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Many of these photograph’s may be available

from the Warrington Museum/Library and will

be of far superior quality to those viewed here.

Anyone having any issue with the displaying

of these photographs due to copyright or

ownership infringement please contact me either by PM.

or through the Moderators and I shall

remove them immediately.

 

The Old Dog Dart.

GrappenhallTheOldDogDart.jpg

 

Grappenhall Village Old Post Office.

GrappenhallTheVillageOldPostOffice.jpg

 

Turner's Middlehurst Farm situated between Shirley Drive & MiddlehurstRd.

GrappenhallTurnersMiddlehurstFarmsituatedbetweenShirleyDriveMiddlehurstRd.jpg

 

Grappenhall New Rectory.

GrappenhalltheNewRectory.jpg

 

St Wilfrid's with Mr James Mainwaring the Sexton and the Rector the Rev. Richard Greenall.

GrappenhallStWilfridswithMrJamesMainwaringSextontheRectortheRevRichardGreenallRect1892-1905.jpg

 

The Dog & Dart Cross Roads.

GrappenhallDogDartCroossRoads.jpg

 

The Cottages between the two village public houses.

GrappenhallCottagesbetweenthetwopubs.jpg

 

The Dog & Dart, 1935, decorated for King George V & Queen Mary's Jubilee.

TheDogDart1935decoratedforKingGeorgeVQueenMarysJubilee.jpg

 

Old print of St. Wilfrid's.

StWilfridsGrappenhall1.jpg

 

Outside the village school.

GrappenhallVillage.jpg

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