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Wednesday, December 17, 2008

Victoria Street Railings

The War Memorial at Cartwright Street, Newton is actually on Victoria Street, the former street bending round to the left, whilst Victoria Street carries on towards Matley.

The streets are separated by these wrought iron railings.

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JoAnn's-D-Eyes said...

Hy HYDE, isn't your name Gerald ?
Anyhow.... this VICTORIA street is an awsome shot very nice to see, I like it!

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Bye greetings from JoAnn/Holland

RuneE said...

I liked the composition of that one. Victoria would have been amused.

Clueless in boston said...

I've never seen green ironwork before, let alone topped with gold. Very nice. Is this color combination common in the UK?

Life with Kaishon said...

What a very pretty fence. What a very pretty name for a street; Victoria!

babooshka said...

Parks tend to be green railings that I have noticed. Victoria Street, must be one in every British town but not many with Wrought iron railings which I have a fondness for.

Ashtonian said...

Please tell MartinC I don't like his new comment feature because
the security letters (Turing Test) is blank

Love the railings!

Leslie: said...

Love the shot! Looks like a lovely place to wander around. :D

magiceye said...


kikamz said...

konnichiwa hyde! very nice perspective of the victoria street railings! the ironwork was awesome too!

mine is here:

happy wednesday!

spacedlaw said...

This railing looks very inhospitable.
Good picture and good V though.

splummer said...

Wonderful Railings! They look old! Thanks for sharing.


Jay said...

Railings can be so decorative, can't they? Sad that so many were torn up during the war.

Gail's Man said...

I'm surprised they weren't cut up and used in the war effort. Very glad they weren't as they add something to the area.

MumbaiiteAnu said...

Very pretty. I'd love to stroll around here. In Mumbai we had a few places with the name Victoria- like the Victoria Terminus and the Victoria Gardens, but now they have been renamed.

antigoni said...

Great post!

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