Rural scenes on the Wirral (page 3)

Willaston Mill in the 1930s when its sails had gone. It survives to this day against all expectations Thornton Hough in the 1930s, when an acre was how much land a man could plough in a day Cottages at Raby, taken on a large negative by a keen amateur in the 1930s Is this Beeston Road on the Wirral? Let us know if you know where it is. Taken in the 1930s Raby, "Chicken Corner" in the 1930s, with what looks like a Gurney outside the door
Mollington Mill, minus one of its sails in the 1930s It didn't survive much longer Ice skaters clearing the snow to make a good skating surface on Raby Mere in the 1930s Thurstaston with a view across the Dee to the coast of North Wales, in the 1930s Families enjoying picnics on Hilbre Island in 1961 The Red Rocks make a cosy spot for a family day out on Hoylake beach in the 1930s
Watching activities on the Mersey at Eastham, in 1952 The "Fox & Hounds" in Barnston hasn't changed a great deal since this photo was taken in 1952 "The Wheatsheaf", Ness, in 1956. Before the big car park was laid out in front of it Storeton Woods on a frosty Winter day in the 1930s Shotwick Church, on the border between Cheshire and North, photo taken in the 1930s
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Two Mills Garage, on the corner of Parkgate Road and the Welsh Road, Ledsham, in 1959 The A540 Chester High Road with the "Fiveways Garage" in 1961 Another view of Thurstaston looking down across the Dee to North Wales in the 1940s Parkgate, The end of Boathouse Lane, on the way into Parkgate form the Chester Road in 1955