1930s (Page 4)

West Kirby, looking down Village Road in the early 1930s. Not much has changed in 80 years, but the Ring-O-Bells pub is now a restaurant Voelas Arms Hotel (Pentrefoelas), near Betws-y-coed, North Wales in the mid 1930s. That Bobby on point duty looks bored silly! Cottages at Raby on the Wirral in the late 1930s. The waters of Raby Mere are on the left. This idyllic winding lane is thought to be Beeston Road on the Wirral in the late 1930s Please let us know if you think otherwise
The George & Dragon Inn, Chester. On the corner of Upper Northgate Street and Liverpool Road. No breathalisers in the 1930s! The crowded ferry boat "Bidston" pulling-in to the Birkenhead landing stage on the Mersey in the early 1930s A group of lads watching "Mauretania" on the Tyne being fitted-out in the late 1930s Rodney Street in Birkenhead is a great (very dangerous!) toboggan run when it snows, as it was here in the late 1930s

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The junction of Kings Lane and Old Chester Road, Bebington, in the late 1930s The Lady Lever Art Gallery, Port Sunlight, in the 1930s. Its Pre-Raphaelite paintings were woefully under-appreciated at the time This strange photograph at Bangor-on-Dee in the late 1930s was probably achieved using Infra-red film