Photo-a-Day (Sunday, 25th August, 2013)
Magic, Mick......straight in my album...cheers!!!
very nice. the way to Wigan park
Not long now, Mick, before the leaves turn brown. The nights are drawing in too, worse luck!
That is a photo I would be pleased to show to any non Wiganer.
Well done - a photo that shows the better side of Wigan. Lovely, thank you x
Nice one Mick. Nicely framed .a pleasant picture. Good.
I've always thought that to have lived there years ago must have been lovely..I would love to see a photo of the time when those offices were houses,I bet they were very grand.
.....Or, for that matter, many other places around the world!
A really pleasant picture. Good to see on a beautiful Sunday, after church. This could not be in North America, the traffic is on the "wrong"side of the road!
I agree with every statement, nothing negative about this shot. Mind you, I wonder when the council will start bulldozing these wonderful old houses(offices) down.
Lots of detail about Bridgeman Terrace at :-
See Character Area 4: Bridgeman Terrace.
I started my driving test from the spot where the blue car, on the right, is parked. The driving test centre used to be in an office in Bridgeman Terrace.
so simple its a cracker
Is it Autumn, leaves dropping...must be last years photo.
I just love pictures like this.....because I have been away for so long.....cheers!!!!
I wonder how many trees there are in Bridgeman Terrace.
Garry, Photo was took a couple of weeks ago so dead leaves taht you can see must be hedge clippings
Lizzie, just because I'm curious;how long have you been ,like me, an ex-pat?
Ellen...Hello...February 2014 I will have been here in Adelaide for 50 years....loved every minute of it....Great place to bring up a family.....part of my heart will always be in Wigan though.....cheers!!!
Much safer driving on the left hand side of the road - Proven fact. Especially as most people are right handed and drive manual cars. (Unless you're left handed of course!)
Hi Lizzie. You've been away a little longer than I have. We left in October 1966. Still miss England and particularly Wigan, even though I'm a happy Canadian citizen; Wigan (and Upholland) will always be "home" to me!
Not sure how, after 60 years, but this is what it looked like when I walked to WGS in '54-ish.