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56 Derg Street, Pendleton, Salford

50 Derg Street, Pendleton, Salford

29 Milford Street, Pendleton, Salford

Duncan Street, Salford

50 Derg Street, Salford

Derg Street, Salford, in July 2004. The area is scheduled for clearance and redevelopment and the nearest house, number 56 Derg Street, is boarded up. This was where Henry Hartigan (Renshaw) lived for many years.

56 Derg Street, Salford

These houses are also in Derg Street, no. 50 Derg Street is the third house down. Are the different colour bricks on the gable end evidence of repairs done to repair damage caused by the bombs which landed at St Ambrose's Church? (April 2005)

29 Milford Street, Salford

This is Milford Street in Salford. the opposite side of Langworthy Road from Derg Street, but the houses are just that bit bigger and have tiny front gardens. Henry Hartigan and Emily were living in the last house on the right in 1943.(April 2005)

Duncan Street, Salford

Duncan Street, Salford has changed since Mary Keating and her children lived there in 1901. This view looks towards Oldfield Road and Sainsbury's car park. Some of these industrial buildings are quite old, especially the ones on the right which look like a carter's yard; on the 1894 map the street was a mix of industrial and domestic premises so perhaps the street has not changed all that much. (April 2005)

 

 

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