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    Townsend Lane by Larkhill. The building on the corner of Cherry lane
    is the old Manchester and counties bank.


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    Excellent shot there!

    Townsend Lane is quite old, I think it is the old way of getting from Ann Field and Mare Green to Stoneycroft and Tue Brook Via Lisburn Lane one thinks???

    Townsend Lane/Avenue and Larkhill should feature in a upcoming Flickr Update if your interested.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wallasey View Post
    Excellent shot there!

    Townsend Lane is quite old, I think it is the old way of getting from Ann Field and Mare Green to Stoneycroft and Tue Brook Via Lisburn Lane one thinks???

    Townsend Lane/Avenue and Larkhill should feature in a upcoming Flickr Update if your interested.
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    yes, I'm interested. I live just off Townsend Ave by Queens Drive

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    The original towns end lane of course was Byrom st, when it really was the towns end at the top of Dale st. It then became Dog kennel lane after the structures that housed the Corporation's pack of hounds.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wallasey View Post
    Excellent shot there!

    Townsend Lane is quite old, I think it is the old way of getting from Ann Field and Mare Green to Stoneycroft and Tue Brook Via Lisburn Lane one thinks???

    Townsend Lane/Avenue and Larkhill should feature in a upcoming Flickr Update if your interested.
    I'll be interested too.

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    Thanks all!

    I never realised that the Larkhill Estate stretched over Queens Drive! Was quite a find!

    Been working on the update today, theres 24 images in total.

    I hope you all wont be disappointed.
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