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Town End, looking south-east

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Town End, looking south-east
Undated. View of Town End looking south-east with Station Road leading up towards the left and Main Street going off to the right. Prominent in the foreground is a water pump and trough, one of seven in the village which, along with a number of wells, supplied the residents with water in the days before houses had their own running water on tap. The Miner's Arms public house is seen on the left of centre, to the right of the carts. Next to this, behind the carts, is the substantial house of the Pickering family, farmers and butchers, which was demolished around 1939 to make way for Oak Road.

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