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A misty Highbridge Street  
A misty Highbridge Street

Highbridge Street, near the Lea Bridge. This area was often misty during winter time, with the many rivers and the marshes just over the bridge. The road is still unmade. The Kings Arms public house is on the left and Perry's River on the right. This area is completeley different to-day. The river has gone, as has the Kings Arms. The road has also been widened. This picture c1885.
  Year: 1885 Upload Date: 6th December 2008
Ref No: RSC.1885.323 Location: Highbridge Street
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Comment by Margaret Reed • 13-03-18 • 09.37 PM
My Great Great grandfather,William Pallett and afterwards,his sons,owned and prospered with the corn,seeds,animal foods etc produced and sold at the Mill.
Comment by Pat Fuller • 24-08-10 • 10.54 PM
I think my mum, Ivy Mead, was born in Highbridge Street
Comment by Josi Husain • 27-08-09 • 02.20 AM
My greatgrandfather, Arthur Jones Wheeler, was publican of the Kings Arms in the 1880's
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