Thanks for interesting information. Didnt onownwhen robrough opened and one nothing about Chelsea hence ky thinking about yeleverton
Whitleigh 1952 Green wrote: No 6 At a guess, the end wall of the former Wiltun Hotel in West Hoe, where a path now runs down beside it to a sea wall with model ships on it.
No 28 Tavistock Road in the '50s looking up to Queen Anne Terrace.
No 6 Sorry, just seen Lyndhurst Sage. He sounds more certain than I am!
Barrie Davis wrote: No.17 looks an awful lot like the Genting casino in Union Street which I had to visit regularly when I worked for the Gambling Commission. Put off that view as there seems to be an incline in the street which there isn't in that part of Union Street.
justanotherfan wrote: 15. The Smiths Crisp Factory off Northolt Avenue Ernesettle which later became part of Rank Radio International, being used as the coil winding and impreg facility, I was a young electrician who was involved in adapting the factory after it was degreased.
cheshiregreen wrote: 13. Peverell. One of the roads between Peverell Park Road and Weston Park Road
Edgcumbe Park Road or Thornbury Park Avenue?