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    Hiya....anyone know how we can find a photo of 76 Warwick St from 1900-1910 ?....any help appreciated....cheers...allan


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    Quote Originally Posted by fiftyfive View Post
    Hiya....anyone know how we can find a photo of 76 Warwick St from 1900-1910 ?....any help appreciated....cheers...allan
    I think Warwick Gardens would have been build on that house.
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    Thanks Waterways....it was a pub owned by Robert Caine & sons...don`t know the name of it, but someones ancestors lived there in the 1901 census but had moved by 1911 census...trying to find out the name and a possible photo.....cheers....allan

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    Quote Originally Posted by fiftyfive View Post
    Thanks Waterways....it was a pub owned by Robert Caine & sons...don`t know the name of it, but someones ancestors lived there in the 1901 census but had moved by 1911 census...trying to find out the name and a possible photo.....cheers....allan

    I think a few people here have access to the 1906 Ordnance Survey map. I would think any photos, if they exist, would be private and put on the web.

    The Star pub was around that point in Warwick St.
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    Thanks Waterways........I`ll let them know...cheers.,..allan

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