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Cheshire Cheese Inn Latchford.(Date unknown).

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Cheshire Cheese Inn, Latchford.(Date unknown)

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Church Cottage, Latchford.

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Houghtons Carriage Workshop on Knutsford Road. Note the steering wheel of a motorcar in the background!.

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The Junction of Knutsford Road & Wilderspool Road (right). Workmen demolishing old shops, these would eventually be replaced by the buldings shown in the following photo.

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These single story unnatractive shops replaced the buildings shown in the previous photo.

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John Edelsten & Son, pin, file & tool manufacturers, Mersey Works, Latchford.

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Knutsford Road, Latchford.

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The old sandstone wall approaching the weir opposite Grove Street on Knutsford Road.

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A view from the Railway bridge in Latchford village, all the private houses on the right are now shops.

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I really like the first one of the Chehire Cheese with the tram lines etc Algy. Great picture.

 

Any idea what the building was on the right? Was it one house at some time as it looks like it might have been? The bit on the corner looks like a shop in your pic though. Any idea what ?

 

Do you happen to have a photo which shows that building and the houses that were to the right of it on Lower Wash Lane ?

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I really like the first one of the Chehire Cheese with the tram lines etc Algy. Great picture.

 

Any idea what the building was on the right? Was it one house at some time as it looks like it might have been? The bit on the corner looks like a shop in your pic though. Any idea what ?

 

Do you happen to have a photo which shows that building and the houses that were to the right of it on Lower Wash Lane ?

Dizz, the half timbered building on the corner was a shop and in 1895 it belonged to John Hartley, a Grocer, the two on the left adjoining it on Knutsford Road were (next to the shop) 'Uton Cottage' (could be Upton?) and occupied by Harry Lowe, occupation, clerk, the cottage next to that and nearer to town was called 'Sylvan Cottage' occupied by Harry Kerfoot a mechanic. The photo was later than 1895 as the trams didn't start running until 1902. Sorry no photos of the houses in Lower Wash lane.

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