EAW001767 ENGLAND (1946). Vyner Road North and housing around Birkenhead County Borough Infectious Diseases Hospital, Bidston Hill, 1946

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Title [EAW001767] Vyner Road North and housing around Birkenhead County Borough Infectious Diseases Hospital, Bidston Hill, 1946
Reference EAW001767
Date 11-July-1946
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Place name BIDSTON HILL
Parish
District
Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 328892, 389764
Longitude / Latitude -3.0695903780062, 53.399644802428
National Grid Reference SJ289898

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Site of Hill Crest a very large house. Can be seen in photo's dated 1926

Colin
Tuesday 24th of December 2019 08:41:54 AM
emergency exit and ventilation shaft for Bidston Hill large air raid shelter. Tower now demolished and sealed at ground Level.

Colin
Tuesday 24th of December 2019 08:38:55 AM
surface Air Raid shelters with blast walls.

rivermersey
Saturday 22nd of June 2019 12:33:15 AM
Gautby Road model boating lake

Pete65
Sunday 23rd of February 2014 03:43:40 AM
Blocks with outside balconies whereby beds could be wheeled onto the balcony for the patient to get the fresh airs - deemed at hat time to be necessary - and usually effective !

Pete65
Sunday 23rd of February 2014 03:42:40 AM
"The Home", Overchurch. Originally the home of Mr Paul (owner of flour mills/"Homepride") who was a major figure in the 1925 Boy Scouts World Jamboree and created swimming pool/scouts camp ground. He sold it on to a religious organisation who ran a Children's Home for displaced children during/after WW2. Demolished in the 50s. (Much was owed to Nancy Kinmont, e.g. see blog on internet, specifically "chapter 8: Blue birds over...")

Roger Reid
Tuesday 18th of February 2014 03:35:39 AM
Brookside Farm, Saughall Massie.

Roger Reid
Tuesday 18th of February 2014 01:41:16 AM
Site of M62 Spur (through Professor Harper's home).

Roger Reid
Tuesday 18th of February 2014 01:39:45 AM
Think you mean M53 Roger :-)

Pete65
Sunday 23rd of February 2014 03:44:55 AM
Overchurch Primary School; before the two-end extensions to the original building; with air-raid shelters' "hummocks" in front of this this rear facade.

Roger Reid
Tuesday 18th of February 2014 01:37:10 AM

hughes di
Tuesday 21st of January 2014 07:52:07 PM

hughes di
Tuesday 21st of January 2014 07:51:20 PM

hughes di
Tuesday 21st of January 2014 07:50:30 PM

hughes di
Tuesday 21st of January 2014 07:49:51 PM