The photo id for this photograph is 260, in the Whaley Bridge T-Z album.

White Hart Bridge

White Hart Bridge, Market Street

Photograph added 6th April 2013


Comment 1

Left by R. S-S on the 30th March 2013

The tree growing up the gable wall of the old bookies shop was a pear tree and it was fed on blood from Wild's butchers to ensure a good crop.

Comment 2

Left by Mary H on the 25th August 2013

The House with the pear tree was where I was born and brought up.
It was a Butchers Shop owned by Mr J.Drinkwater then owned by my Father Mr J.E.Hall.

Comment 3

Left by Brenda Whelan on the 16th February 2014

I remember Mr Hall and Ben and Gladys Revell who worked for him. They were friends of my mum and dads.

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