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Friday, 21 March 2008

Curzon Road


Looking across Curzon Road, Hurst, from the corner of Cedar Street. Opposite is Alfred Street leading to Diamond Street and Bengal Square.

6 comments:

  1. Our coalman John 'Jack' Hough lived on Diamond Street in the 1950s and 1960s. A few days after each coal delivery, my dad would give me the coal money and I would cycle to Jack's house to pay him - I think it was number 11. I might be wrong but I have a memory of Diamond Street being untarmaced in those days.

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  2. Hey this is nice! I like the fact that you captured shadows!
    Seda
    Istanbul Photo

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  3. Thanks, Seda.
    Strong winter sunshine can make photography difficult, but it can be used to advantage!

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  4. i wish i had a dollar for everytime i have walked down that back ,as a teenager my sister lived on bengal st .i used to go visit her ,walk from lees rd .down queens rd .cross over what we called the football pitch near the cedar ,down cedar st ..a nice little walk after work there and back .

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  5. Interesting house in the middle of the picture

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  6. hi i was brought up on curzon rd my mother and father still live there . you mentioned your cole man did he have a sister called shelia who died in house fire on domond street i have many memories of the area bk in the 60s and 70s i think the area was a much better place . mr m sullivan

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