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    Gt Richmond St dwellings looking good

    L.Keizer`s glass merchants old building ,built 1876

    Bought my first set of bowls in here many years ago,the original Clares was on the opposite side of the road near Islington.

    A new fire station built on the site of a very old church on St Anne St


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    Great pic's G.D.! Any info' on the old church?

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    Wow! ain't it changed somewhat? well it has since my working days in Edmondsons "Full swing Lemonade" which was off St Anne Street.

    I believe "Full Swing Lemonades" works is now a Double Glazing factory?

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    Fantastic pics Joe. The church, Holy Trinity was on that mound of grass to the right of the fire station across Springfield. The fire station is built on the site of the Wellington pub and a corner Geogian block that became a doss house before falling into dereliction. My brother lived in Gt Richmond street tennies when they were council, it was known as ghost town back then due to the lack of kids residing there, mostly elderly.
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    Bushell`s Building on the corner of Springfield and Harker St

    Rose Place with it`s sets still in place,buildings on the right were once Syke`s bakery and then Sotts bakery
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    Quote Originally Posted by gregs dad View Post
    **** why can't this council be more strict with the road crews,ie make em replace the cobbles instead of just filling it with tarmac.

    The Germans would do it so why shoudn't we.

    Hmmmm! just had a thought dig up all the cobbles around areas where they're not needed,store the cobbles for the town centre when needed and tarmac where the cobbles have been dug up.

    That would make sense...yeah.
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