EAW004622 ENGLAND (1947). Long Lane, Everton Cemetery and environs, Fazakerley, 1947

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Details

Title [EAW004622] Long Lane, Everton Cemetery and environs, Fazakerley, 1947
Reference EAW004622
Date 17-April-1947
Link
Place name FAZAKERLEY
Parish
District
Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 337267, 395951
Longitude / Latitude -2.9448680274883, 53.456317555067
National Grid Reference SJ373960

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iron cycle loop line bridge

austin
Friday 29th of May 2020 10:24:01 PM
Nelsons Preserving Co

Davy
Tuesday 7th of April 2020 06:13:33 PM

Davy
Tuesday 7th of April 2020 06:11:53 PM
Liverpool Boys Association sports ground. The this location is now called The Geoffrey Humble ground.

Davy
Tuesday 7th of April 2020 06:09:43 PM
Entrance to the warehouse dispatch area. On site railway entered this area.

Davy
Tuesday 7th of April 2020 04:33:08 PM
the crown public house

austin
Sunday 29th of March 2020 08:41:47 PM
railway to Liverpool exhange

austin
Sunday 29th of March 2020 08:38:19 PM
Jewish cemetary

austin
Sunday 29th of March 2020 08:34:49 PM
This yard was one of Hartleys despatch areas onto the adjacent railways. Hartleys owned and used a couple of small tank locomotives on the site to take wagons of their product to sidings on the extension line (formerly Cheshire Lines) just opposite this yard, and to the former LMS (ex LYR)line passing along the north side of the factory. Product was loaded from the three vast warehouses on site (one of which supports the clock tower) The on site railway tracks went into the warehouse loading area inside the factory through an entrance that can be seen on the north side of the works.

Davy
Thursday 24th of December 2015 11:12:06 AM
This is the former home of William Pickles Hartley. It was built near to the then new Aintree works that had replaced his Bootle factory. Later he and his family moved to a large villa in Southport. Latterly, the building was used as an office annexe.

Davy
Sunday 13th of September 2015 04:26:38 PM
This small lake was used to supply water for the boilers at the Hartleys Jam works nearby.

Davy
Wednesday 26th of August 2015 08:30:01 PM
Hartley's Village http://www.hartleysvillage.org.uk/

Hesketh
Sunday 5th of October 2014 02:54:56 PM
Jacob's Biscuit Factory

Hesketh
Sunday 5th of October 2014 02:51:50 PM