EPW045092 ENGLAND (1934).  British Tar Products Ltd, adjacent reacreation ground and the Manchester Ship Canal, Cadishead, from the north-west, 1934


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    Title [EPW045092] British Tar Products Ltd, adjacent reacreation ground and the Manchester Ship Canal, Cadishead, from the north-west, 1934
    Reference EPW045092
    Date July 1934
    Place name CADISHEAD
    Parish
    District
    Region
    Country ENGLAND
    Easting / Northing 371195,  392197
    Longitude / Latitude -2.4335352479966,  53.42551998926
    National Grid Reference SJ712922
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     Cadishead Viaduct which has been disused since 1982

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    Saturday 8th of August 2015 08:38:37 PM
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    Saturday 22nd of February 2014 08:35:47 PM
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    Saturday 22nd of February 2014 07:11:17 PM
     Drinking water fountain. Wotec

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    Wotec
    Tuesday 18th of February 2014 09:53:34 PM
     Public toilets Male & Female. Wotec

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    Wotec
    Tuesday 18th of February 2014 09:51:50 PM
     This was a Rose Garden, Nice blooms but the only smell you got was TAR. Wotec

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    Wotec
    Tuesday 18th of February 2014 09:49:29 PM
     In later years I told many people there used to be a mens urinal in Cadishead with no roof which could be seen into from passing trains on the Cheshire lines railway at the side. Lots said I was wrong - here's the proof, Wotec

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    Wotec
    Tuesday 18th of February 2014 09:44:59 PM
    Photos don't lie,like it

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    boltie
    Wednesday 19th of August 2015 11:11:20 PM
    Hi,anywhere nearby?

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    boltie
    Tuesday 8th of September 2015 10:45:23 PM
     These are the Tar beds where liquid tar was run out to set and harden, in my youth they frequently caught fire and we were ofter evacuated from Hayes Road till it was put out. The comment "Tar Works Is On Fire Again" was often heard in our house but was ignored unless the police called. During the war we watched incendiary bombs falling around here and some rolling of the large gasometer just across the canal. Fortunately when they should have ignited they didn't.

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    Wotec
    Tuesday 18th of February 2014 09:40:46 PM
     No 31 Hayes Road. It was very likely that I was in this house when this picture was taken. Aged about 5. Now (2014) Aged 84 and this house hasn't changed much though I don't live there now.

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    Wotec
    Tuesday 18th of February 2014 09:30:57 PM
     Paddling pool. My brothers, sister and I have had many happy times here. Picture is of my sister, center, about 19 . The pool was only 12" at deep end so I don't know why the bathing caps were a necessity. Wotec

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    Wotec
    Tuesday 18th of February 2014 09:24:05 PM
     Played in this area for lot of years, some of my children played here. Attached photo of my daughter Christine on this see saw about 1958. Wotec

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    Wotec
    Tuesday 18th of February 2014 09:12:22 PM