Monday, 27 December 2021

PHOTOS, POSTCARDS, SNIPPETS AND OCCASIONAL NOTICES

 


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Photos will be headers here for approx 1-2 weeks before being uploaded to the No.10 album (2022) which can be accessed using the link below:

Hindle Street, (Click over to enlarge)
Photo: Kindly shared to us by Michael Mullaney
Will shortly be archived in our "Before the Central Flats Blog"


Back Pleasant Street (Click over to enlarge)
Photo: Kindly shared to us by Michael Mullaney
Will shortly be archived in our "Before the Central Flats Blog"

Wilkinson Street, across from Marsden Square 1959
Photo: Thanks to Michael Mullaney for sharing with us

Hindle Street, Nos 33,31,29 and 27 (Click over to enlarge)
Photo: Kindly shared to us by Michael Mullaney
Will shortly be archived in our "Before the Central Flats Blog"


Hindle Street - No.8 on right (Michael's family home), and No.27 on left (his Grandad Walsh home)
Chapel is St. Andrews Mission, which later became the Church Lads Brigade, drill hall.
Photo: Kindly shared to us by Michael Mullaney.
Will shortly be archived in our "Before the Central Flats Blog"

32 Far Back Pleasant Street (from English back)
Photo: Kindly shared to us by Michael Mullaney
Will shortly be archived in our "Before the Central Flats Blog"

8 Hindle Street and also showing the entry into Back Hindle Street,
and also showing the old CLB drill hall
Photo: Thanks to Michael Mullaney for sharing
Will shortly be archived in our "Before the Central Flats Blog"

Back Pleasant Street (Click over to enlarge)
Photo: Thanks to Michael Mullaney for sharing with us.
Will shortly be archived in our "Before the Central Flats Blog"

Far Back Pleasant Street (lower half) showing passage through to Manchester Rd.
Photo: Thanks to Michael Mullaney.
Will shortly be archived in our "Before the Central Flats Blog"

Top of Hindle Street (off Bury Road) Click over to enlarge
Photo: Kindly shared by Michael Mullaney
Soon be archived in the "Before the Central Flats Blog"

Back Pleasant Street with the Grammar School (Click over to enlarge)
Photo: Kindly shared to us by Michael Mullaney

Soon be archived in the "Before the Central Flats Blog"




Did you know that Haworth's Ice Cream used to be in Haslingden! Just look at this fabulous photo with the horses and carts
Photo: thanks to Peter Fisher, Julia Wood (nee Haworth)
Yes it was Haslingden originally started in the basement of a house on Manchester road I think as a sideline with a recipe given by a relative , they were farmers from trough of Bowland area !

If my memory serves me correctly Haworth’s Ice Cream was situated in a house in the first long row on the left hand side of Manchester Road after Fields Road (Road End).Haslingden
I lived at 13 Holly Avenue (off Fields Road),which backs on to Manchester Road, until July 1936 and I remember as a child watching the pony traps leaving the rear of the premises.
Kind regards,
Clifford Hargreaves.



Sketch by Micheal Laffey 1908
Thanks to Sean Laffey for sharing with us
also now included in the Haslingden In Art Gallery


Photo: Griffin outing 1956 or 1958 ish.
Shows Teddys dad Martin Dagg 2nd from right on front row. 
Photo: Teddy Dagg






or if you still want to check out

After one week the above photographs or text will be moved over to their appropriate blogs and will also be transferred over to 
PHOTO ALBUM NO.10 (YEAR 2022) Which can be accessed by clicking here

PHOTO ALBUM NO.9 (YEAR 2021) Which can be accessed by clicking here
PHOTO ALBUM AND SNIPPETS NO.8 (YEAR 2020) which can be accessed by clicking here
PHOTO ALBUM AND SNIPPETS NO.7 (YEAR 2019) which can be accessed by clicking here
PHOTO ALBUM and SNIPPETS NO.6 (Year 2018) which can be accessed by clicking here
PHOTO ALBUM AND SNIPPETS NO.5 (Year 2017)
PHOTO ALBUM AND SNIPPETS NO.4 (year 2016) which can be accessed by clicking here
 PHOTO ALBUM and SNIPPETS NO.3 (year 2015) which you can access by clicking here
PHOTO ALBUM and SNIPPETS NO.2 
(Does not exist)
PHOTO ALBUM No.1 (year 2013 and earlier) which you can access by clicking here 

Dont Forget!  HASLINGDEN ON FILM is accessed from the title further down on the left hand column - please enjoy the films.