Lower Ince21 Comments
Item #: 5596
Its looking up Ince Green Lane. The Manley pub is the one on the left. Took me some time to work out where it was.
Its Ince Green Lane,looking up towards higher Ince.The picture appears to have been taken just before Lower Ince Station,with the Manly pub is on the lefthand side
This is Ince Green Lane, Manley Street is the road on the left hand side, the building you can see on the left was the Manley hotel but now its called Incefield House a 24 hour emergency clinic, the walls of the bridge went many years ago, the railway line that passed underneath has also long gone and and the area is now grassed on both sides
lookin up manley street towards ince parish church
manley pub on your left
This is on Ince Green lane, at the junction with Manley st. just before the old GC railway bridge. thats the Manley, it's now a clinic.
Looks like Manley pub to me on Ince Green Lane.
is this Higher Ince? is that the Manley pub and Ince Parish in the background.
This is looking up Ince Green Lane from the top of Manley St. The pub is the Manley Hotel.
This would still be classed as Lower Ince, with Higher Ince in the distance.
The sign you can seeon the left is the regulations for the GC railway line which run under the road. Lower ince station is on the left down Junction terrace which is still there. One of my old drivers lived down there Harry Marriot any one remember him, he was a real gentleman.
Aitch I remember a Paul Marriot who I think still lives on Junction Terrace. I worked with him many moons ago. He was a jcb driver.
I think Aitch, you will find junction terr. on the right, to the left is Manley st. I also knew Harry Marriot, from Springs Branch.
there was a street running down the side of the manley pub this was called High street
the area over the wall opposite the manley was next to the old clinic and we used to call it "the little jungle".
I live opposite Manley Pub, Well now it's the 24hr clinic the street where i live nar hasn't been built in that pic yet the street is called Spindlewood Road.
i wish i had a penny for every time my twin sister and i went up the lane
I lived in the Manley pub in the '50s when my dad was landlord
Didn't Rose Bridge rugby team use it as a clubhouse for a while?
Junction Terrace is to the right of this photo I used to deliver papers there.The Station facing the Terrace was were the work men got the train to Irlam Steel Works.Ince station is on the left.top of the lane across from the Church.
Used to live in ince green lane just a bit down from what was Mortons shop on the corner of Manley St and Ince Green Lane.