I’m still attempting to clear my email mountain(s) and in doing so I’ve just been viewing some great images kindly sent to me by Ian Davies (Hoylake RNLI). There are some great old photos of Hoylake and Meols that I’ll share with you all in due course but I thought I’d start by sharing this one with you.
It’s Trinity Road from years gone by – there isn’t a date so if you’d like to hazard a guess feel free. It could well date from around 1900. You can see the Parish Church in the background and of course houses hadn’t then been built on the lefthand side of the road (the view is looking up Trinity Road from near the promenade).
What was that building in the foreground where the men are standing? It’s a garage nowadays but I’m sure one of you have previously mentioned what it was used for? Was it something to do with a rope business??
Anyway, as always feel free to share your thoughts. Oh, due to a little gremlin in the system yesterday, it wasn’t possible to leave a comment on the recent Lifeboat Day post …so if you been itching to share your comments you can now. Sorry about that.