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Dave
Fri, 15 Jan 2010, 22:16.
Somehow it was put into the Mining folder. Thanks for pointing it out.

Flagged as "we know about it".
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parrer
Fri, 15 Jan 2010, 15:57.
sorry but this is not a mining pictureLink to Photo
parrer
Fri, 15 Jan 2010, 15:53.
on this photo are my grandparents henry and louisa harrison
they lived at 304 park road.also their sons benjamin and harry
the man on the right is my uncle jack hoyle but i don't know the others.
i am certain the date is wrong it is not 1926 it is more1921.
benjamin was born in 1907 and that would make him 19 .on this
photo he is just a lad probably 14.
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DJGAZZA
Fri, 8 Jan 2010, 23:59.
Or somewhere off Merton Bank RoadLink to Photo
DJGAZZA
Fri, 8 Jan 2010, 23:57.
It has a feel of being at the fingerpost end of Jackson streetLink to Photo
carl dean
Thu, 7 Jan 2010, 20:03.
This picture was taken in Victoria B.C 1974 not long afer arrival from the UK.Link to Photo
DJGAZZA
Mon, 4 Jan 2010, 10:51.
Is that Brian Griffiths in the front row, centre. He went on to play at Wembley for St Helens Town, beating Warrington Town to win the FA Vase. The same year as Saints lost to Halifax in the Challenge Cup, Wembley twice in two weeksLink to Photo
Tipsy_Squam
Mon, 4 Jan 2010, 5:41.
Where has the crown gone?Link to Photo
eejayess
Thu, 31 Dec 2009, 10:26.
My Grandmother lived in one of the houses you can see opposite the brewery, it's now Lily's Tea RoomsLink to Photo
eejayess
Wed, 30 Dec 2009, 18:28.
This is my mother, brother &; sister taken about 1932Link to Photo
eejayess
Wed, 30 Dec 2009, 18:27.
This is Joseph Critchlow my great uncle killed in April 1918.Link to Photo
eejayess
Wed, 30 Dec 2009, 18:24.
This is a picture of my great uncle Joseph Critchlow he is the one on the left, unfortunately he was killed in April 1918 leaving 3 young children. The one on the far right was Bill Litherland possibly Joseph's brother-in-law and the one seated was James Holmes. Take note of the second buttons being black, this means that a member of the family died in active serviceLink to Photo
Le200
Sat, 19 Dec 2009, 22:01.
Judging by the banners I would say it was the end of the war but which one?
Clothing suggests the end of WW1 to me.
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daystate
Sat, 12 Dec 2009, 15:33.
Possible blocked entranceLink to Photo
Gareth
Wed, 9 Dec 2009, 1:02.
St Helens from Beechams tower, 1914, showing Willacy's windmill in College Street and the YMCALink to Photo

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