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Saturday, 9 February 2008

Fruit and Veg


Fruit and vegetable stalls on Ashton's open market.

8 comments:

  1. Lovely pic Martin. I really miss Ashton market. When I first moved to London everyone kept enthusing about the local market and I had to say it was nothing compared to northern ones!

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  2. Terrific picture Martin, I can really smell the freshness and feel the dampness of those lettuces! I can still see the old 'Tin Bertha' where they washed and kept the veggies clean and cool all those years ago. Thanks for the memory.

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  3. the caulies and tomates look lovely and ripe ,i notice the ground has been done up ,it used to be cobble stones .yes its certainy changed for the better ,how i would love a walk around there ,have a good rummage through all the stalls ,

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  4. Having another look at this photograph, have they changed the spot for the Veggies, I seem to be looking down towards the Town Hall, have they got the veggies facing Marks and Spencers now? The last time I was in Ashton the Fruit and Veggies seemed to face out onto Bow Street!

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  5. The veggies still do face Bow Street, GG. There are two rows, with stalls across each end. This pic shows the stalls across the end near M & S.

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  6. Having a closer look this week, there don't seem to be as many fruit and veg stalls as there used to be.

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  7. hi i remember working on that stall it use to be eric lambs that was way back in the 60s all along that front were fruit and veg stalls

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