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    Hi All,

    Dos anyone have any info/photo's on the above and of the court dwelling that where there? my great nan lived there and i am tracing different sides of the family
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    I'll check it out in the records office next time i'm there - should be a piece of cake given the street name
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    Thanks Ged

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    I've ascertained that it was near Garibaldi street off Netherfield Road and pictures exist of the front and rear of house numbers 2 and 4 of court No.1 taken on 9th April 1956 as they are about to be demolished. It would be very lucky to get the actual court, never mind the house you're after but sometimes it does happen, however, they will give you an idea of the general area and conditions. For other courts click on my site below and see the courts page.
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    Hello jodie.

    Ged is right with his information, although it was called Eccles Lane not Eccles St. It was the last opening on the top left hand side of Roscommon St.
    A very narrow Lane with housing on one side only, a large brick wall facing, Also a dead end, although there was a flight of narrow steps that led up to Abram St. there was only the one court,on the left hand side about half way down. Hope this helps!

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    How did you trip to the shewsy go today Samp. I was right by there last sat night and got some pics up on my site. Scroll to near bottom of the streets ahead page and the bottom of the high rise page.
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