It was never moved it was just refurbished and everything removed from around it. Where it is now is where it has always been. If you look at this photo of Camp Hill in the 60's the B & B was just down Ravenhurst St from the Cafe on the corner. I used the B & B in the 60's before all the demolition and I used it in the 70's when Don was the Landlord.
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Yes all gone now. Dad was born there and desperate for any pictures please. I guess even the area around?? I have just shown him the one of the corner and he was made up.will have look tomorrow nick and post if i have any..i take it ravenhurst st has been demolished
Hi Nick, I've only recently started using the forum to add some background to my ancestry search. I don't have any pictures, unfortunately, and, like you, delighted to find the photos posted by other members on this thread. My great-grandparents, John and Ellen Neal, were living at 21, Ravenhurst Street from 1911 and Neal's were living there right up until my grandad Tom Neal's death in 1971, so I'm sure your Dad would have known them. I believe my grandad was living there with his sister and brother-in-law, Jane and Victor Fox, in the 50s/60s, along with their sister Fanny and brother George. Apparently they had a wire-making factory in the back yard! My grandad Tom was a drover and then foreman at the Meat Market.Hi
I know post is old but I don’t suppose you have any other Ravenhurst Street pictures do you. My dad lived there in the40’s to the 60’s and he’s desperate to find some