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Wednesday, 28 January 2009

Trafalgar Street



This is part of Trafalgar Street in Ashton's West End. The houses were part of a renewal scheme to re-furbish properties and give the area a new lease of life. The new tiles and outer brickwork make the houses look new.

Today's photo was taken very close to where last week's picture of Hamilton Street and Ryecroft Mill was taken. The very tall television aerials are necessary because the mill stands between the houses and the television mast at Winter Hill!

The tower of St Peter's Church at Chester Square can be seen in the distance.

See Google Aerial View of this location.
See LiveSearch Birds Eye View of this location.

3 comments:

  1. A very familiar street for me.

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  2. And a very familiar street to me as well!! being born at number 36 in 1955.

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  3. I have family living in number 36 Trafalgar street 1881 and 1891

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