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dutchman
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16 of 24  Wed 13th Nov 2013 12:43am  
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This is an aerial view of the pub taken in 1946 before the construction of New Union Street:
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NeilsYard
Coventry
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17 of 24  Wed 13th Nov 2013 7:23pm  
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Dutchman - tell me you haven't got a view of the entire city centre like that....
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dutchman
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18 of 24  Wed 13th Nov 2013 7:39pm  
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Not yet Neil but I'm working on it!
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19 of 24  Wed 13th Nov 2013 8:25pm  
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What Neil meant to say was - "Dutchman - tell me you have got a view of the entire city centre like that...." Smile
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Dreamtime
Perth Western Australia
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20 of 24  Thu 14th Nov 2013 3:03am  
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morgana
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21 of 24  Mon 10th Nov 2014 9:42am  
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Cow Lane & Squirrel Inn Yard, I wonder where the 60 odd Midland Railway horses were stabled. Sorry link does nt work for me even from my grand kids pc. http://www.denspages.co.uk/roots/william1.htm Edited by member, 10th Nov 2014 10:06 am
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Norman Conquest
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22 of 24  Mon 10th Nov 2014 11:09am  
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That shop on corner of Cow Lane. I served apprenticeship as a carpenter with H L Bates starting in 1946. We had a contract with the head Post Office doing general repairs. My mentor,Wall Coplin who lived in Sydnall Rd Longford would frequently send me down the lane to get tobacco for his clay pipe or Zubes for his hacking cough. Walter Coplin had a big house in Sydnall Rd but lived in a shed in the back garden. The house was stuffed with timber and half finished projects ... Norman
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NeilsYard
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23 of 24  Tue 11th Nov 2014 12:05pm  
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morgana - I'm pretty sure its been mentioned before about the Railway Horses - Stables were around Warwick Road Goods Yard - I think you can still see evidence of stabling in the ramp up the footpath that goes up from Grosvenor Road towards Spencer Park....
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morgana
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24 of 24  Tue 11th Nov 2014 12:19pm  
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Thank you Neil so much Thumbs up
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