Urban scenes on the Wirral (page 2)

The new clock on Moreton Cross roundabout in 1959 "The Tower" pub newly built on Mill Lane in Liscard, 1963 Grange Road in West Kirby with the station buildings in the snow, 1963 Grange Road, West Kirby, with a poster for "Ben Hur" at the Tudor Cinema in 1963 Reeds Lane, Leasowe, with the Squibbs factory building site in 1965
Grange Road and West Kirby Station after heavy snow in 1963 Bromborough Cross in the 1940s, with the Royal Oak pub Lever Brothers offices in Port Sunlight, decorated for the visit of George V in 1914 Seacombe Ferry approach with new buses in 1960 Greasby, Arrowe Road in the 1940s
Claremount Road, Wallasey, in the 1930s The Stork Margarine Works at Bromborough in the 1940s Church Hill, Wallasey, in 1923 Earlston Gardens, Wallasey, with children playing in the snow, 1920s Wallasey Village before the road was widened, - photograph taken in 1930
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Storeton Quarry in the 1930s. Its stone was used on many important buildings The Mariners Home on the river bank between Leasowe and New Brighton in 1963 An unusually high tide at Parkgate in 1949 The Plough Inn off Mount Pleasant Road, Wallasey in 1925