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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.

 

 

Sandstone cottage in Grappenhall Road. (date unknown).

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Grappenhall Lodge.

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Grappenhall Heys.

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Grappenhall Hall.

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The Lodge to Grappenhall Hall.

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The crossroads by the old Dog & Dart.

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Grappenhall Church Lane Bridge.

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Grappenhall Church Lane Bridge, the shop on the right provided provisions not only to the villagers but also to the boat people travelling along the canal, it is now a private house.

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The junction of Broad Lane and Church Lane before the new Post Office was built.

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Broad Lane, the thatched cottage was the Infirmary to the old village Work/Poor House.

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Great pictures.

Was Grappenhall Heyes once used for storage by a well known Removal firm whose name escapes me?

Also was the lodge just up Lumbrook rd (next to Coopers Farm) and the walled garden part of Grappenhall Heyes?

 

Grappenhall Heyes was used by Pickfords, the walled garden was part of the Heyes

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Did you have a nice break though Algy? Were you away or just banished from the computer and forced to do diy at home?

Thanks Trace, we had a great break at our sons apartment in Los Balcones, Spain with temperatures of 30C+ every day, blue skies and a light breeze, we did quite a bit of walking and quaffed a number of litres of San Miguel during the evening, we are so tanned that the neighbours have got a petition going saying we are lowering the tone of the neighbourhood.

Here's a few shots from our hols.

 

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