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Henrietta Street, Hillgate, Broadoak, Photographs of Ashton

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Henrietta Street, Ashton under Lyne
A further mixture of terraced houses, looking north up Henrietta Street.
St James Church, Ashton under Lyne
St James Church, Cowhill Lane.
The Canterbury Arms, Ashton under Lyne
The Canterbury Arms at the bottom of Union Road, Hillgate.
Seven Stars, Ashton under Lyne
Seven Stars public house, Hillgate Street and Hurst Laundry, Holden Street.
Halfway House, Ashton under Lyne
The Halfway House public house on the corner of Whiteacre Road and Holden Street.
Hillgate Estate, Ashton under Lyne
Middle Green, Hillgate Estate.
Hillgate Estate, Ashton under Lyne
The Hillgate, Pot Hill.
Union Road, Ashton under Lyne
Union Road, looking towards Kings Road.
Union Road, Ashton under Lyne
Looking down Union Road towards Ashton centre.
Indian Community Centre and Hindu Temple, Ashton under Lyne
Indian Community Centre and Hindu Temple, Union Road.
Ladbrooke Road, Ashton under Lyne
Old Police Station, corner of Ladbrooke Road.
King George VI Playing Field, Ashton under Lyne
King George VI Playing Field, seen from Ladbrooke Road.
The Old Ball, Ashton under Lyne
The Old Ball Inn at the junction of Henrietta Street and Smallshaw Lane.
The Broadoak Hotel, Ashton under Lyne
The splendid Broadoak Hotel in the Smallshaw area of Ashton. This was the setting of the first broadcast of the long-running radio programme Gardeners Question Time, which featured Ashton's own Bill Sowerbutts. Each year on the Friday after Whit Sunday, the hotel hosts one of the local traditional brass band contests, attracting over 40 bands from around the country.

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