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Selby Road (Halton Hill), looking south-east.


Selby Road (Halton Hill), looking south-east.
Description:
Undated. Looking south-east up the part of Selby Road known as Halton Hill.

User Comments:

Name:
Barry

Comment:
Yes you can still see these houses on the left today,but now its a tyre shop and off licence

Date:
01-Feb-2009

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Name:
Raymond Jones

Comment:
The row of three terrace houses look like William Avenue where i lived in 1936 in the middle one, the gable end of the one faceing Halton Hill was i think a fish and chip shop. This looks like a photo from the early thirties before St Willfreds church was built. Raymond Jones.March 2009.

Date:
04-Mar-2009

Email:
raynmavis@btinternet.com

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