Ellesmere Port, Station Road c.1955
Photo ref: E135041
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This view looks along Station Road at its junction with Westminster Road (on the left) and Meadow Lane. The Westminster Bank building (left) still stands, but it is now occupied by a bookmaker's. The buildings on the right of Station Road, which include the Hippodrome, Barclays Bank and the Public Library, have all been demolished.

Memories of Ellesmere Port, Station Road c1955

For many years now, we've been inviting visitors to our website to add their own memories to share their experiences of life as it was, prompted by the photographs in our archive. These memories are of Ellesmere Port, Station Road c.1955

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Born 1955,lived in princes road,so many happy memories of growing up there....the "Olympic stores"nose pressed against the glass looking at all the things we could'nt afford,playing football and being chased off the bowling green at the back of the princes hotel by the landlord Sam White,the hot summer days at the rivacre swimming pool,going to the saturday pictures at the queens cinema,william ...see more
Name: T. Pearce Born: 1955 School: Stanney high sport: E/Port School boys Family/Friends: Holdings, Pearce,s. Clarks. Stokes. Now: Thailand Any old friends out there
Hi Ian I've just read your account of the memories you had of being a baker and scout in EP. I do remember Mike Pagen as I was in the 4th with Jack Allen and Barry Kay. Also in the troupe was Alan (curley) Hughes who did in fact emigrate to New Zealand in the mid 50's. Do you remember him or indeed know of him. My recollection of Waughs the bakers was that the bakery was on the corner of Oak Street and ...see more
I was bike boy for Morris & Davis Butchers. Then went to Warringtons as a bricklayer. In 1968 I went to the Shell, 32 years later took early retirement.