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WELLS WAY.

Postby kiwi » Sat Mar 11, 2017 2:48 am

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Wells Way ran between Albany Rd & Southampton Way.

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Re: WELLS WAY.

Postby kiwi » Fri May 05, 2017 9:18 am

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Surrey Canal,Wells Way

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Re: WELLS WAY.

Postby kiwi » Sat Jun 03, 2017 10:53 pm

The Flying Dutchman was situated at 156 Wells Way,on corner with Southampton Way. This pub closed c.2013 and is now used as a community centre and arts venue.
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The Flying Dutchman, Wells Way.

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Re: WELLS WAY.

Postby kiwi » Thu Jun 21, 2018 5:57 am

Wells Way 1960..jpg
Wells Way, Old Library Baths and Washhouse building on the left, with Wells Way bridge over the drained canal, in about 1960.
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Wells Way, same location 2018, Left Canal now an underpass, St Georges Church right. Photo taken from, which is now Burgess Park.

This is where New Church Road emerged from.

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Re: WELLS WAY.

Postby kiwi » Sun Aug 05, 2018 4:57 am

Passmore Edwards Library, Baths and Wash House, an early example of a ‘one-stop shop’, opened in 1903 on the corner of Wells Way and Neate Street. on land donated by the Rolls family.
Wells Way Passmore Edwards Library, Baths and Wash House 1903.jpg
Wells Way Passmore Edwards Library, Baths and Wash House 1903 2.jpg
Passmore Edwards Library, Baths and Wash House Entrance.

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Re: WELLS WAY.

Postby kiwi » Fri Sep 28, 2018 11:17 pm

Lynn AC Boxing Club building (formerly a public library and baths) on Wells Way. Lynn AC is Britain’s oldest continuing amateur club, formed in ‘The Sausage, Potato and Onions Café’ in Borough High Street in 1892. They moved to their current premises in 1981.
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Wells Way, North Camberwell Library is on the left of the building and the Baths and Wash-house on the right.

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Re: WELLS WAY.

Postby kiwi » Fri Nov 16, 2018 10:41 pm

WELLS WAY, off Albany Road, looking towards Southhampton Way,Dowlas Street left..jpg
Wells Way,Dowlas Street on the left.
Wells Way same location 2018. Southhampton Way far end..jpg
Wells Way same location 2018. Southhampton Way far end.

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Re: WELLS WAY.

Postby kiwi » Sun Jan 27, 2019 10:30 pm

Wells Way, Thick Snow in 1975.jpg
Wells Way, Thick Snow in 1975.
Wells Way 2018,roughly the same location as 1975 picture..jpg
Wells Way 2018,roughly the same location as in the 1975 picture,(left).
Wells Way in Thick Snow 1975 2.jpg
Wells Way in 1975 >>>>>>>

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Re: WELLS WAY.

Postby kiwi » Wed Mar 06, 2019 3:50 am

Wells Way was Wells Street. The Kings Arms was situated at 48 Wells Street.jpg
The Kings Arms was situated at 48 Wells Street (now Wells Way)

The Dining rooms where on the corner next to the Old Library Baths.The Kings Arms was on the opposite corner
Wells Way was called Wells Street.  Kings arm. P. H. Noakes & Co. near St. Georges bridge.  c.1915-1925.jpg
The King's Arms public house near St Georges Bridge on Surrey Canal. It seems likely that this pub was owned by P. H. Noakes and Co. c1915-25.

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Re: WELLS WAY.

Postby kiwi » Mon May 20, 2019 11:15 pm

Neate Street no longer runs to Wells Way,coming from Trafalgar Road it stops at Coubourg Road, with Burgess Park in-between.
Wells Way towards Albany Road, Neate Street right, Camberwell.  X.jpg
Wells Way,looking towards Albany Road, Neate Street right, Camberwell.
Wells Way same location 2018. Albany Café left. X.png
Wells Way same location 2018.

In both pictures the railing on the right belong to the Library,Public Baths building.


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