EAW004627 ENGLAND (1947). Hartley's Village, the site of the Liver Industrial Estate and environs, Walton, from the north-west, 1947

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Title [EAW004627] Hartley's Village, the site of the Liver Industrial Estate and environs, Walton, from the north-west, 1947
Reference EAW004627
Date 17-April-1947
Link
Place name WALTON
Parish
District
Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 336787, 396143
Longitude / Latitude -2.9521351773492, 53.457985920623
National Grid Reference SJ368961

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Old coal yard,now the site of McDonald s , named aptly Stoker way

Raddy76
Monday 12th of August 2019 10:57:28 PM
Now a accommodation home

Raddy76
Monday 12th of August 2019 10:55:08 PM
Was Walton library,now a social health NHS building

Raddy76
Monday 12th of August 2019 10:51:48 PM
Fazakerly road

Raddy76
Monday 12th of August 2019 10:48:18 PM
The everard rose garden

Raddy76
Monday 12th of August 2019 10:46:59 PM
The building at the immediate rear of the church was a primary school. St John the Evangelist C of E school apparently closed in the mid eighties. The light building further back (it was actually red brick)was the school canteen. The buildings were still extant in 2012, but somewhat dilapidated according to a video taken there by a local. Do not know the fate of this sight since that time as I do not live in this area since moving to Scotland in 1973, however, I was a pupil at the school from 1952 to 1956

Davy
Sunday 7th of May 2017 09:33:57 PM
This house was the residence of William Pickles Hartley. It was built here next to the new factory when manufacturing moved from Bootle to Aintree in the nineteenth century. He and his family moved to a large villa in Southport a couple of decades later.The building was still in use as an office until the factory ceased manufacturing in the sixties.

Davy
Wednesday 8th of February 2017 05:00:55 PM
Basement of the original Windsor Castle pub, Walton Vale. The pub was destroyed by a German bomb in 1941.

Lord Axminister
Monday 25th of January 2016 10:51:56 PM
Nelsons Preserving Co. For many years they had a contract, among others, to supply jam to Woolworth's Dept 3 in-store grocery areas.

Davy
Saturday 9th of May 2015 04:10:49 PM
Hartley Avenue comes to an abrupt end here just over the bridge. The avenue was probably intended to link up with Rice Lane to the west across the rec.

Davy
Sunday 3rd of May 2015 04:45:29 PM
Midland bank, demolished May 1941 by German high explosive bomb.

Lord Axminister
Friday 6th of June 2014 01:41:17 AM
Hartley Garden Village

OllieMac
Friday 22nd of November 2013 04:40:58 AM
Hartley Village was developed by William Pickles Hartley to house his workers when the factory was built in 1886.

OllieMac
Friday 22nd of November 2013 04:48:19 AM
The 'Rec' recreation ground

OllieMac
Friday 22nd of November 2013 04:21:50 AM
St John's Church

OllieMac
Friday 22nd of November 2013 04:20:59 AM
Blessed Sacrament Church (prior to rebuilding after WWII bombing)

OllieMac
Friday 22nd of November 2013 04:19:47 AM
Jacobs Biscuit Factory

OllieMac
Friday 22nd of November 2013 04:15:48 AM
Hartleys Jam Factory

OllieMac
Friday 22nd of November 2013 04:13:37 AM