EPW020011 ENGLAND (1927). Greatbach Avenue and the North Staffordshire Blind and Deaf School, Hartshill, 1927

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Title [EPW020011] Greatbach Avenue and the North Staffordshire Blind and Deaf School, Hartshill, 1927
Reference EPW020011
Date October-1927
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Place name HARTSHILL
Parish
District
Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 386991, 345164
Longitude / Latitude -2.1938785253521, 53.003327110078
National Grid Reference SJ870452

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Stanley's Ice Cream

Kerpow1
Friday 25th of September 2015 02:36:53 PM
The house "The Quarry"

reg edwards
Saturday 30th of June 2012 08:39:31 AM
Penkhull Senior School and later Penkhull Infant School

Iain
Tuesday 26th of June 2012 03:45:50 PM
Became the Close C. Middle School

Iain
Tuesday 26th of June 2012 03:44:27 PM
Site of present day Tolkien Way.

leeguv
Monday 25th of June 2012 07:25:40 PM
Site of present day Richmond Street Park. Notice that it was dominated by a large lake in 1927. Richmond Street was called Jubilee Road back then, and the present street name was probably a tribute to the previous name of the area (before the street existed). It was called Richmond Hill.

leeguv
Monday 25th of June 2012 07:20:55 PM
Richmond Street was originally two streets, the original higher part was named Richmond Street when it was first built around the 1870s? The lower part joining Honeywall was called Jubilee Road until the 1950s street renaming, when it all became Richmond Street.

Muso
Friday 26th of April 2013 09:35:58 PM

User Comment Contributions

This is actually Penkhull not Hartshill. Penkhull was a much older area and had the Manorial court held there.

amm
Friday 29th of June 2012 08:36:25 PM