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Friday 19th June 2009

2009

Photos of Thornton

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14:11:36
Briar Road, Thornton. Trevor’s old house is hidden by trees:…


14:12:49
“Sharon House”…


14:13:52
…or just plain “Sharon”.


14:17:00
The far end of Briar Road: ahead, Lancaster Avenue; behind and right, Lawsons Road


14:34:36
Wignall Memorial Methodist Church, Victoria Road East, Thornton


14:35:18
Wignall Memorial Methodist Church, Victoria Road East, Thornton


14:35:52
“Sun. 10.45am 21 June: Rev. W. R. Davies” — see Sunday School: Perhaps September 1960.


14:36:04
“Sun. 10.45am 21 June: Rev. W.R. Davies”


14:37:37
Lime Grove, Thornton, Victoria Road end


14:39:01
View of Wignall Memorial Methodist Church from Park Road


14:39:15
Park Road, Thornton


14:40:53
Jones’s old house in Park Road


14:43:15
Looking down Victoria Road


14:44:56


14:45:21
Looking back towards “Wignall”


14:46:53
The shops on the corner of Hawthorne Road


14:48:05
Jones’s old house in Victoria Road


14:51:55
Mayfair Drive, Thornton


14:52:28
Mayfair Drive, Thornton


14:53:02
Little Peter’s”, 9 Mayfair Drive, Thornton


14:54:04
Mayfair Drive, looking back towards Victoria Road


14:54:49
View of “Davelyshome” from Mayfair Drive


14:56:02
Victoria Road, junction of Lawsons Road and Alexandra Road


14:57:29
View down Alexandra Road, Thornton


14:59:06
Lawsons Road, Thornton


15:00:34
Lime Grove, Thornton, Lawsons Road end


15:02:21
Lawsons Road, Thornton


15:16:52
Clifton Close, Thornton


15:20:25
Entrance to my Mum’s


15:21:01
My Mum’s


Comments:
Thornton is such a lovely place! I know one can't hear any traffic noise, or anything like that, in the pictures, but they convey such a sense of orderliness and tranquility.
 
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