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Great pics Lyn , pic1 3rd set of doors to the left of the bill boards on the opposite side of the road early 60's , I used to court a girl from that house . Obviously nothing ever came of it , last pic Lyn where the car is, was situated GN House which were my employers when serving my apprentice ship . G N the initials for George Nott head shareholder of G N Industries . By the way if you look over the wall of St Thomas's Garden of Rest , you can see the St Thomas School in Granville St .
Rr I was'nt saying that pic 1 was in the 60's . I wasjust giving a bit of info about the 60's and that houseDon't agree with early 1960's as a date for photo 1. There is not one car from the 1950's in the photo, the tram tracks are still there and the bus stop design, in most cases, had changed by then. The bus appears to be a pre WW2 Leyland which would more than likely by one of Roseberry Streets allocation. Most had gone by the mid 1950's and newer buses , also Leylands, had taken their place.
Lyn great pics, picture 4 the garage when I was a lad they acquired a drinks machine . Tea, coffee, chocolate , vegetable soup , me and a mate always went for the soup , thinking back now it was terrible but it was new to usas promised sorry a tad late here are a few more of bath row..sorry no datesView attachment 146064View attachment 146065View attachment 146066View attachment 146067View attachment 146068View attachment 146069View attachment 146070View attachment 146071View attachment 146072View attachment 146073