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Sunday, 10 July 2011
PEPPER STREET , EARLY 1969 (2)
Once again we find ourselves in Pepper Street in 1969 with a picture which should help to make the layout of things clearer. (The white 'flashes' to the left, by the way, are caused by damage to the original Kodachrome film, illustrating all too clearly why we need to preserve this collection wiihout delay). The houses to the left are what now makes up modern-day Pepper Street and Sherry's house is among them. For the first time, at the end of the row, we can see the side wall of Seddon's office building. On the right of the picture is the end of the row of cottages which have been replaced by our famous 'grass verge'. What's the building to the left of them with the tall, central chimney, just above the Robin Reliant?
This photo was first published on Facebook on 26th April 2011. The original Facebook feedback is below: