Mill, Leighton Road, 1937
The Institute, World War 1
High Street, World War 1 showing soldiers, hospitalised after being wounded.
Mostyn House School
Royal Oak, Little Neston
Neston Mill, Leighton Road
Ivy Farm, Little Neston
Neston Parish Church, viewed from Church Lane
Ness Holt School
Town Hall, wartime.
Ness Holt School, 1930s
Manweb. Neston High Street
Little Neston Mothers Union, possibly taken outside Mrs Wire’s cottage, Well Lane, Ness
Neston. Aerial view. 1970s.
Site of Ashfield Hall. Remnants of original building now used as farm storage
Neston Town Hall
Neston Town Hall. Early photograph
High Street. Looking from Neston Cross towards Raby Road.
Robert Bridson and Son’s steam engine
Neston Cross. Christmas 1970s.
View from Thermecon window
View from church tower showing Interantional, Nicholson’s, Brook Street.
Smiths, the shop which used to operate on Station Road, Parkgate, opposite The Old Quay pub.
Brook Street before The Lodestar and shops.
Fishing boats, Parkgate
Whinerary’s Road, now Buggens Lane. Sometimes shown as Prospect Road on early O. S. maps.
Earle Drive, Parkgate.
The Cross, 1975.
A. G. Grenfell’s Parkgate Baths (perhaps unfinished)
High Street. Saddlers and harness makers, John Johnson or Colonel Lloyd (now Oriental Spice)
The iron Mission Hall, replaced in 1907 by Neston Methodist Church. Police station/Court House on the left.
Liverpool Road, Neston C of E School, 1980s.
Leighton Court, shortly before demolition
Watch House, Parkgate with fishermen and their families.
MIss Elizabeth Molyneux’s private school.
Mostyn House School, Parkgate
Neston and Parkgate Laundry
Shops in front of Woodwards Row
High Street, Neston circa 1925
Parkgate Road before the library was built
Brook Street, 1966
Neston C of E School, Liverpool Road, 1890s
Raby Road, 1966
The Cross, Neston
Brooklyn, Brook Street, 1980s
Cross Street, looking towards Liverpool Road.
The Cross. 1903. This was the year that the Black Bull, on the right, was amalgamated with the Greenland Fishery.
Neston’s Red Cross Hospital opened in the Institute in 1916.
1911 Coronation Day 22nd June. Ness
1911. Coronation Day. 22nd June. Parkgate. Neston Boys Brigade
1911. Coronation Day. 22nd June. Parkgate. 1st Neston Girls Guildery from the Presbyterian Church (URC).
Brewery and farm buildings – where Hallwood now stands
House near the Old Quay pub (use to be Marie Celeste)
The Manor House, down Moorside Lane, home of the Churtons.
March 1915, Hooton Station, Neston Boys Brigade
Pengwern Arms (Boathouse)
Water colour by Henry Melling, a keen local yachtsman.
The Neston Volunteer’s Band who were disbanded 1907.
Neston Victoria Jubilee Lodge of the Order of Ancient Shepherds with the Volunteer band
The Raby School and School house
Little Neston Football Club 1911- 1912