Wilderness Street

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fosney
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Wilderness Street

Postby fosney » Mon Jan 30, 2017 4:15 pm

Wilderness Street was a turn to the right off Weston Street before it met Long Lane, and is today at the point where Law Street meets Weston Street, but at the time of this picture Weston Street went further south to join Great Dover Street.
Wilderness Street ran north east to join Elim Street which ran east to west from Wilds Rents to Weston Street.
Once again both Elim Street and Wilderness Street have been lost in redevelopment and have been swallowed up by the Elim Estate.
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fosney
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Re: Wilderness Street

Postby fosney » Wed Feb 01, 2017 4:11 pm

rstupple2
Glad to know that these pictures are bringing back memories of how it used to be to you and others your coments are greatly appreciated
Joe Foster

-fosney

Hi Joe keep them coming, me ol' cock sparra, their great, is it the result of a mis-spent youth LOL

Rick

fosney
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Re: Wilderness Street

Postby fosney » Tue Feb 21, 2017 1:35 pm

Posted by rstupple2

Wilderness Street was a turn to the right off Weston Street before it met Long Lane, and is today at the point where Law Street meets Weston Street, but at the time of this picture Weston Street went further south to join Great Dover Street.
Wilderness Street ran north east to join Elim Street which ran east to west from Wilds Rents to Weston Street.
Once again both Elim Street and Wilderness Street have been lost in redevelopment and have been swallowed up by the Elim Estate.
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-fosney

Hi Fosney the lastest pics of Elim Estate about four windows along is where my Grandparents lived, they moved there in 1935 when that block was new along with my father & Uncle.


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