|||Green Lane, junction with Hollyshaw Lane and Knightsway (Cross Gates)
View shows Green Lane, running across the picture from left to right, at the junction with Hollyshaw Lane, on the left, and Knightsway, in the centre beside the Paws For Thought pet shop. Paws For Thought is at no.137 Green Lane, then moving right are Antiques and Reproductions at no.135 and A. & J. Payton, selling fish, fruit and poultry, at no. 133.
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|||Halton Ring Road, number 16 (Halton)
|9th May 1940.
View of number 16 Halton Ring Road, a semi-detached house where at that time Joseph Ramsden was the occupant. The frontage has semi-circular bay windows and a recessed porch at the entrance. A small wooden porch has been erected to the side door. Part of number 14 Halton Ring Road can be seen at the right edge. These semis had front gardens and larger back gardens stretching to Hollyshaw Lane. The substantial stone-built semi-detached properties visible in the background are situated in Hollyshaw Walk, off Hollyshaw Lane, and number from 1 to 9.
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|||Hollyshaw Lane, numbers 109 and 107. (Whitkirk) (3 comments)
A wintry view of a pair of semi detached houses in a snow-covered Hollyshaw Lane, numbering 109 on the left and 107, right. The occupants at the time were George and Nellie Grabham who lived in the house from 1936 - 1958.
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|||Hollyshaw Lane, Postcard (Whitkirk)
Postcard view of Hollyshaw Lane showing row of townhouses. Woman in period dress poses for camera.
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|||Hollyshaw Lane, view from the back garden of number 109 (Whitkirk)
View from the back garden of number 109 Hollyshaw Lane to the backs of red brick semi-detached houses on the Halton Ring Road and fields beyond. The houses on this side of Hollyshaw Lane were newly built at this time.
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