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EPW006037 ENGLAND (1921). Wye Bridge and St Ethelbert's Cathedral, Hereford, 1921

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Title [EPW006037] Wye Bridge and St Ethelbert's Cathedral, Hereford, 1921
Reference EPW006037
Date 30-April-1921
Link
Place name HEREFORD
Parish HEREFORD
District
Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 350935, 239723
Longitude / Latitude -2.7156300597202, 52.053299475025
National Grid Reference SO509397

Pins

12 Bridge Street, next to the Methodist Chapel, was a Saddlers shop in 1861, owned by Samuel McLean, with his son Edward assisting. His family lived on the premises. Two other sons left for London, and after he died his widow joined them in Islington.

ewellcr
Monday 1st of December 2014 11:21:38 PM
1921: Portfields Garden Allotments (Ref: John Venn) 2013: "Portfields" - The Central Avenue development 1920-30s ,including St Guthlac St, Central Ave, Lloyd St, Andrews Close Symonds St.

Hollybush
Tuesday 22nd of January 2013 11:09:34 AM
A very rural track running through allotments, Today this track is Symonds Street.

Hollybush
Tuesday 22nd of January 2013 10:44:39 AM
Cider Stores: William Pulling & Co Cider Merchants, Bath Street, (Pre Symonds Street days)

Hollybush
Monday 21st of January 2013 06:01:50 PM
The former Working Boy's Home and Industrial School on Bath Street Today is Hereford Council Offices.

Hollybush
Monday 21st of January 2013 05:45:05 PM
St Owen's Primary School on Symonds Street.

Hollybush
Monday 21st of January 2013 05:39:06 PM
Percival Hall. Early 18 century GII listed building, formerly known as No.17 Saint Owen Street. The YWCA. (Young Women's Christian Association)

Hollybush
Monday 21st of January 2013 05:22:38 PM
1921: Here's a view taken six years before the Hatton family purchased "No:12" St Owens street, Herbert Charles Hatton acquired the building in 1927 for his ever growing fishing tackle business - back then the building was still known as Cliftonia

Hollybush
Monday 21st of January 2013 04:18:02 PM
Wargrave House. For many years has been a Doctors surgery. Saint Owens Street.

Hollybush
Monday 21st of January 2013 04:00:21 PM
Wargrave House. For many years has been a Doctors surgery. Saint Owens Street.

Hollybush
Monday 21st of January 2013 04:00:13 PM
East Street - These buildings were formerly the bonded warehouse & distillery of William Pulling & Co, makers of Pulling's Gin. The site has been sympathetically converted back into a terraced residence.

Hollybush
Monday 21st of January 2013 03:25:38 PM
The Workhouse Chapel - Built Circa 1888 on the South west corner of the Workhouse Buildings. Present to this day. Access to view is via Union Walk (On Hospital Grounds)

Hollybush
Friday 18th of January 2013 04:26:17 PM
Johnson's Hospital.

Hollybush
Friday 18th of January 2013 04:16:29 PM
The Site of Saint Guthlacs Priory, Benadictine Order.

Hollybush
Friday 18th of January 2013 04:12:45 PM
1921: City Police Station and Magistrates Court, The ultimate stone clad building In Gaol Street. 2013: Is no longer in Police hands, it is now called the Elim Christian Center.

Hollybush
Friday 18th of January 2013 12:34:02 PM
W.J.Bowers Builders, Workshops & Sawmills, once sat on the corner of Bath Street & De-Lacey St - Bowers were the main contractors for the prestigious 1904 Town Hall project - In it's last years this building was the home of Godsells Motor Garage.

Hollybush
Friday 18th of January 2013 12:20:11 PM
The 1850's Swimming Bath on Kyrle Street (Formerly, Venn Road) It's just about visible, identified by it's distinctive raised glass roof vents - The waters were originally heated by waste exhaust heat from the Steam Powered Flour Mills adjoining it on Bath Street - 1921: Plans for new Bathes on Edgar Street were being made. (Ref: Rev John Venn, friends of the Hereford poor) Masonic Lodge?.

Hollybush
Friday 18th of January 2013 12:01:01 PM
Connelly Brothers Ltd: Motor Carriage Builders. Commercial Road: More recently the site was occupied by a company named "AeroParts" they were involved in the machined engineering of vehicle components, The site was finally leveled then re-developed in the mid 80's it's site now forming part of the Morrisons car park.

Hollybush
Wednesday 16th of January 2013 10:07:46 PM
Hereford: Barrs Court Railway Station - This fine building is of Tudor/Elizabethan style and was built between the years of 1854 & 1856 - it was accessed via Commercial Road into Station Approach, with just a slightly different, more straightforward approach than it is today.

Hollybush
Wednesday 16th of January 2013 09:05:06 PM
1921: Monkmoor Mills - Commercial Road, Proprietor G.R.Herron & Sons Ltd, who were Leather manufacturer's (Skin Tanners) English and Foreign wool Merchants. Today, nothing remains of the Mill, the entrance would have stood where the BP petrol (Commercial Rd) station now is and the majority of the Mills other buildings were scattered across what is now Morrisons car-park and supermarket.

Hollybush
Wednesday 16th of January 2013 08:39:28 PM
The Baptist Church on Commercial Road. The HBC was built and opened in 1838, It's still being used for worship, though sadly it has now lost it's twin domed towers, which, having seen old photos of...is a real shame.

Hollybush
Wednesday 16th of January 2013 06:39:28 PM
The Greenlands Furniture Repository on Commercial Road - A quite large, rather ornate Red brick building - Has now lost it's identity somewhat, having recently been re-named "Jacobs Court" - The ground floor being now called The Litten Tree, which is a Pub, or so I am told.

Hollybush
Wednesday 16th of January 2013 06:28:16 PM
Hopton Road (Links Barrs Court Road and Penn Grove Road )

Hollybush
Wednesday 16th of January 2013 06:11:13 PM
Stonebow House, on the corner of Stonebow Road and Commercial Street - Most locals (Including myself) would remember this as the home of R.P.Ravenhills, who were for a long time the Cities main Ford Dealership. though over the years it did have several other residents. Today, like my Mk1 Ford Escort the grand old building has long gone, and now...it's a drive-through KFC.

Hollybush
Wednesday 16th of January 2013 06:08:17 PM
His Majesties Prison on Commercial Road, designed in part by the famous architect John Nash, was demolished circa 1932. Is today occupied by Hereford Bus Station, a Cinema/ Club/ Cafe/ Hairdressers complex - The cinema cafe was formerly known as The Ritz (then ABC) but ironically now it's now the Odeon, all very confusing, sorry.

Hollybush
Wednesday 16th of January 2013 05:50:00 PM
Hereford Prison in Commercial Road - This building was the Prison Governors Residence - Today it is the only part of the Prison (apart from the odd high wall) to survive - Currently it's a bus travel booking office, tourist information branch.

Hollybush
Wednesday 16th of January 2013 05:33:07 PM
Derlton Villa. Still on Rockfield Road, easily identified these days, as it has one of the largest Monkey Puzzle trees in it's garden.

Hollybush
Tuesday 15th of January 2013 01:35:50 PM
Aylestone Hill House, At junction of Rockfield Road. Today it is a Hotel.

Hollybush
Tuesday 15th of January 2013 01:30:20 PM
The Elms, a magnificent building that once stood at the top of Aylestone Hill on junction with Folly Lane - Formerly a private residence (Hereford Times Owner) a private School and latterly a hotel, re-named The Three Counties, It was finally demolished circa 1970.

Hollybush
Tuesday 15th of January 2013 01:19:02 PM
The South Bank - Southbank Road

Hollybush
Tuesday 15th of January 2013 12:47:51 PM
The Poplars on Bodenham Road.

Hollybush
Tuesday 15th of January 2013 12:43:47 PM
Essington House on Rockfield House

Hollybush
Tuesday 15th of January 2013 12:39:53 PM
Red Brick Warehouse on Rockfield Road. records do show it as having been a Cider Stores/? - today, it is the site of multiple small businesses and warehouses, but unfortunatly no sign of any Cider.

Hollybush
Tuesday 15th of January 2013 12:35:25 PM
Hereford City Slaughter Houses - Access via Stonebow Road (Possibly also rail linked?)

Hollybush
Tuesday 15th of January 2013 11:58:50 AM
1921: These buildings form what is probably best known as the old Hereford Union Workhouse - later it was also known as Longfield Buildings Poor Law Institution, then it became the Public Assistance Institution, and finally with the building of a modern "Art Nouveau" styled adjoining wing in 1937, The Hereford County Hospital. Much still remains of the old buildings but sadly not all.

Hollybush
Tuesday 15th of January 2013 11:55:11 AM
The Isolation Hospital, located in the grounds of the Hereford Union Workhouse.(Ref: Union House Walk)

Hollybush
Tuesday 15th of January 2013 11:39:42 AM

User Comment Contributions

Thank you Hollybush for all your valuable contributions,

Rosalind Bos

Britain from Above Project

Rosalind Bos
Monday 18th of February 2013 02:03:30 PM
Wye Bridge and St Ethelbert's Cathedral, Hereford, 1921

Hollybush
Wednesday 27th of June 2012 07:36:54 PM