EPW025055 ENGLAND (1928). The Carr and Co Biscuit Factory and Holy Trinity Church, Carlisle, 1928

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Title [EPW025055] The Carr and Co Biscuit Factory and Holy Trinity Church, Carlisle, 1928
Reference EPW025055
Date 12-October-1928
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Place name CARLISLE
Parish
District
Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 339238, 555976
Longitude / Latitude -2.94750080435, 54.894734928408
National Grid Reference NY392560

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J Grahams & Sons (QUEENS) Brewery Est 1860 Byron Street

Anon
Saturday 19th of September 2020 10:28:26 AM
Bonded Warehouse Is clearly visible on the right of the attached sketch(photo) of the Canal Basin taken from this publication http://www.bookscumbria.com/cgi-bin/trolleyed_public.cgi?action=showprod_5677

border reiver
Wednesday 10th of August 2016 09:24:21 PM
Temperance Hall-the building on the right (east) is or was the W M Church

border reiver
Sunday 3rd of August 2014 12:05:56 AM
Canal Goods Station

border reiver
Friday 1st of August 2014 12:50:31 AM
JOVIAL SAILOR. This pub may well have gotten its name from the fact that prior to the railway being laid to the side of it, a canal ran to port carlisle enableing goods to be brought to the city from the sea. Perhaps many a sailor ended up very jovial indeed in the inn.

Trish@Carlisle
Saturday 29th of December 2012 01:47:00 PM
JOINERS ARMS. This is thought to be one of the oldest, if not the oldest inns in Carlisle at nearly three hundred years old. still running today (2012)

Trish@Carlisle
Saturday 29th of December 2012 01:38:05 PM
THE TEMPERANCE HALL. Many of the buildings around this area were built by the carr family who built their famous biscuit factory opposite in 1837. The hall was later turned into a bingo hall, currently a cycle shop (2012)

Trish@Carlisle
Saturday 29th of December 2012 01:11:56 PM
This building was the W.M. Church - the Hall is to its left (west) on the corner of Hawick Street

border reiver
Saturday 2nd of August 2014 11:45:57 PM