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Irchester Road
Junction Irchester, W'boro & Washbrook Roads 1926
Blue: Austin Factory Green: Church Army Hall
Red: Eaton Factory Turquoise: Chamberlain Works
Pink: Skerritt Factory Yellow: T Robinson factory

Lovell's Buildings 1894
Nos 1-11 Irchester Road

Fairview built in 1896
Nos 15 & 17 Irchester Road

Wellingtonia - built and occupied by Rev E E Bromage of the Mission Church in 911 - later the home of Charles Clark. A bunglaow was built next door called 'Herradura' for his son Charles H Clark when he married Kathleen, daughter of Charles Ette

Rosemount in 2011 map 1926
'Rosemount' in 2011 - by kind permission of the owner

The land behind has recently been sold.
1926 map of Irchester Road - 'Rosemount' (green), Highbury - built for Charles Claridge, and later home of Arthur Mills (orange) and
Strong & Fisher's factory (yellow) and Radburne & Bennett's (pink)
The ground (lemon) was the Mission Church's field.

Highbury & Rosemount drive to the Cedars
Highbury with Rosemount beyond
Gated drive to No 110 - 4 houses - 'The Cedars' behind Rosemount

Looking from The Crescent across part of the Mission Field.

The Crescent
The Crescent in the 1960s

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