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Friday, October 24, 2008

Newton Street

This is Newton Street which leads up towards Flowery Field church.

Dukinfield Road (the A627 from Ashton under Lyne) after passing Edward Street, meets Newton Street at a T-Junction now controlled by traffic lights.

At one time, instead of traffic lights there was just a mini-roundabout. There was also Ashton Bros Mill in the background.

You can see this earlier view on Old Hyde.


Super Happy Jen said...

I saw you commented on my photo blog, so I thought I'd check out yours. How sneaky of you to link to your other blog in your post, and then to link back to this post in that blog, thereby creating a Hyde blog loop that could keep a dummy busy for days! Cheers. :)

Ruby said...

Some of the places round your way have great names. I love Flowery Field!


flowery field? i love it

Eki Akhwan said...

The city looks quiet and peaceful from this junction. How big is Hyde, Gerald?

Eki Akhwan said...

Gerald, I have just decided to pass on the Blogging Friend Forever (BFF) that I received from Virginia of Birmingham, ALabama, Daily Photo to you and your blog for your friendship and your efforts to keep aN updated record of Daily Photo Blogs.

I posted the information about the award on my yesterday and today's posts (Thursday and Friday's).


uncleawang said...

I am very honoured indeed as my blog is included in 'Around the World'.
I am indeed very greatful and I will do my very best to updated my blog with photos and information of my City that is Kuching.

danieldemain said...

I remember standing on the corner and watching the Queen drive past around 1965 we was allowed to go watch from Flowery Field Junior School to watch the Queen ride past in a Rolls Royce.

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