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St Nathaniel's, Platt Bridge   Views: 1188
Walking Day 1920's   Comments: 7
Photo: RON HUNT   Item #: 29600  
Walking Day 1920's

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  A Walking day in 1920's  

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Comments by Sonia, 29th July 2017  
Looks as though they are going down Liverpool Road, on the way back to the church perhaps.

Comments by HENRY7, 29th July 2017  
Positive the girl second from the right is my Mother, Gladys Ensor.

Comments by Albert heaton, 31st July 2017  
Ron, they turned out immaculate even in those day for there walking days,I walked with st nathaniels as a boy first with the life boys and then with the church choir,during the 1950s - 60s.an event that the majority of the local community took part,lovely memories.

Comments by Wigwann, 2nd August 2017  
Loely to see the banner and in use so long ago.

Comments by Mary (nee Gore), 28th February 2018  sayersmarym@gmail.com 
Can anyone place this photograph, please?

Comments by henry7, 4th September 2018  
Think the place is Liverpool Road near the Palace cinema.

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