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Topic: Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:A local history question
Posted by: Colin Potter
Date/Time: 23/10/15 19:27:00

Thanks for taking the time to check for me Stuart.
120 Cranbrook road is at the other end of the road in the other corner right next to what was Hogarth Garage, which I always remember being numbered 120a. I guess Mr Gurr needed more space for Motorcars.
Can you check where they were in 1901 for me please because I know that in 1902 the road ended with numbers 102 and 67. (Because of the turns in Cranbrook Road 102 is opposite 67)

I may have got a bit of information and now be heading in the wrong direction, but it does appear Mr Gurr had a huge influence on naming, designing and building Cranbrook road. If you have found a photo of him it would be great to see it.

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A local history question28/10/13 20:44:00 Colin Potter
   Re:A local history question28/10/13 20:49:00 Elizabeth Jane Daley
      Re:Re:A local history question28/10/13 20:55:00 bobby osborne
         Re:Re:Re:A local history question28/10/13 23:06:00 Steven Trembath
   Re:A local history question28/10/13 22:41:00 Tracey Szwagrzak
      Re:Re:A local history question29/10/13 02:14:00 Jim Lawes
         Re:Re:Re:A local history question29/10/13 02:31:00 Jim Lawes
            Re:Re:Re:Re:A local history question29/10/13 02:40:00 Jim Lawes
         Re:Re:Re:A local history question29/10/13 08:26:00 Tracey Szwagrzak
            Re:Re:Re:Re:A local history question23/10/15 12:25:00 Colin Potter
               Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:A local history question23/10/15 13:16:00 Stuart Kerr
                  Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:A local history question23/10/15 13:27:00 Stuart Kerr
                     Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:A local history question23/10/15 19:27:00 Colin Potter
                        Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:A local history question24/10/15 10:33:00 Stuart Kerr

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