Thursday, 21 June 2018

Lost and forgotten streets of Salford nu 10 .......... under the arches of Bury Street and beyond

The short trip through the gloom of the railway arches brings you out on a stretch of Bury Road flanked by modern retail and residential properties and ends in a narrow alley.

Along the way you can wander off up one dead end or take the two streets off to the right which will bring you to Blackfriars Road.

Now I thought about digging deep into its history, but instead wonder what other people remember of the buildings, and the people which occupied Bury Street in the time before now.

Location; Salford






Picture; Bury Street from Chapel Street, 2016 from the collection of Andrew Simpson

2 comments:

  1. My ggg grandfather's pub the duke of York was at 101 bury street. Stood roughly where Nathan drive bends today. Bury street of course once joined up with st Stephen street.

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  2. My ggg grandfather Thomas Lewis a chimney sweep lived at 111 Bury Street

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