1930s (Page 1)

High Tide at Parkgate, 1930s Liverpool, St Georges Hall area from above, 1930s Church Street, Liverpool, 1930s Queen Mary, March 1936 Cycling on Tarvil Road, Chester, 1930s
Parkgate looking as it did before the Dee silted up. The marshes rarely see water now. St Georges Hall Liverpool and environs. The top right corner was "improved" in the 1960s Church Street, Liverpool, packed with trams. Coopers is on the left. Queen Mary. The negative is labelled "March 1936", though her maiden voyage was in May Cycling on Tarvil Road, Chester, when a passing car was a big event.
Working farm horses, Wirral, 1930s Seagull on steps, Douglas I.O.M.? 1930s Isle of Man, The Great Laxey Wheel, 1930s Northop Village, North Wales, 1930s A street in Bromborough, 1930s
Horses were still used on this Wirral farm until tractors became common after WW2 Feeding the seagulls. The negative was with others of the Isle of Man, but please tell us if it is somewhere else Isle of Man. Great Laxey Wheel was still lifting water when this photo was taken in the 1930s The Red Lion pub, Bents cottages and Northop Village church A Bromborough street shortly after it was built in the 1930s. Does anybody recognise it?
Possibly Almere Ferry on the Dee, 1930s Handbridge, near Chester, 1930s Handbridge, near Chester, 1930s Storeton Quarry, 1930s Bangor on Dee, 1930s
Probably Almere Ferry on the river Dee. Can anyone confirm this? A quiet scene at Handbridge, Chester, with St Mary's Church in the background Handbridge, Chester, with mudlarks playing on the riverbank Stone from Storeton Quarry was used for many distinctive buildings, including Birkenhead's Hamilton Square This view of Bangor on Dee hasn't changed much since it was taken 80 years ago
West Kirby beach and Bathing Pool, 1930s Hastings and St. Leonards from the East Hill, 1930s St. Leonards promenade and Eversfield Place, 1930s Coleridge Drive, Lower Bebington, 1930s Go to Page:
West Kirby beach on a hot summer's day in the 1930s, with the Marine Lake in the background Hastings with both piers as seen from above St. Mary in the Castle on the East Hill St. Leonards promenade and Eversfield Place, with "Bottle Alley" under the pavement Coleridge Drive, Lower Bebington. A bike propped carefully at the curb is the only sign of life