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All Prescotians will know where this is. But what is it's correct name ?

 

 

 

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It's at the rear of the cemetery,but I'm buggered if I know it's name.

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I thought 'Garden Walk' was the other side of the Cemetery - behind Sewell Street/off Manchester Road.

 

I know that this entry goes from Vicarage Place to Wood Lane; and that Wood Lane used to be known as 'The Wood' - but that particular part in the photograph eludes me completely. Thought at first it was 'Rowson's/Rowley's Walk' but think that was closer to where I'm living :unsure:.

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No idea Les - will try Church Walk

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I always thought that it formed part of Vicarage Place, given that the Vicarage is actually half way down there !!

 

But I'm sure Les knows better :)

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I know that this entry goes from Vicarage Place to Wood Lane; and that Wood Lane used to be known as 'The Wood' - but that particular part in the photograph eludes me completely.

 

Keep tryin'. Beaky the shot is from the bottom of the entry, at Wood Lane.

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Can I have another go please ? Wood Walk

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A nameless entry. I propose we call it "Arthur"

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Sod off yer bugger!!

 

According to the Post Office Walk Sort Map it is yclept " Church Entry". Although like " Box Entry" no name plate was ever set.

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While we're waiting for enlightenment, anyone know where this dated tablet is situated?

Yes - but I'm not telling bleh.gif

 

Back to the subject in hand - I always thought (without any evidence mind, just a theory) that the entry might have been the original Vicarage Walk & the name was later applied to the part with the houses.

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Maybe Mr B. But the PO Walk Sort c 1971 gave it as Church Entry. I did the route/walk plan in 1972.

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It's a cracker Les and one I hadn't seen previously. Nice touch by the photographer exposing the church steeple through the foliage.

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My better half originates from Central Avenue The Wood Prescot. FWIW, when I showed her the photo her response was Church Entry.

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