As can be seen from this map Lode Lane once met Popular Road and The Barley Mow at it's junction with Warwick Road. When the new road was cut through that end of Lode Lane was converted to a cul de sac and used for parking.I thought this was at the junction with Warwick Road. Lode Lane being the road heading into the distance and the pub being what is now O'Neills (formerly the Barley Mow). The white house on the right is Quinet House.
Phil - I suppose I noticed as I pass the other end which is no longer a cul-de-sac several times a week to and from my Dad's in Loders Lane.Janice
I pass this junction at least twice a week and have never noticed that it is open to buses, I'm often held up at those traffic lights and I have never noticed a bus crossing. It shows just how much notice I take of the traffic around me other than registering that it's there, I suppose one would have to hit me side on before I noticed it.
Stars I remember the old Bristol cinema, I also remember that murder living in William Street at the time I remember the cops doing house to hose inquiries and my brother in law being interviewed at the time as was everyone else in the streetHi to all
A few mixed ones to ponder over.
I don't know if this is an older photo of the same church lyn, as the one you posted