Back in the day. Chester.

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Chester June 1987

By request. For Roughseas.

Looking East along Eastgate Street from what is known as The Cross – where the Town Crier does his thing … still. I kid you not.

In the distance you can see the clock over the arch that is the original Eastgate. It sits atop the famous Chester Walls that I mentioned in the previous Back in the Day photo. The town centre was pedestrianized in the early eighties.

 

Ark.

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17 thoughts on “Back in the day. Chester.

          1. Personally, not that I know much about it, I would describe them as medieval, based on Roman origens. Tudor is quite a limited period of time. I may be shit on religion but roman to medeieval is my field.

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              1. Speeling is crap but history ain’t bad. Spent three years at Liverpool doing Roman history and archaeology up to my ears. Plus medieaval. Plus school medieaval. At one point I could tell you every UK town with the Roman name.

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  1. As I gazed at the picture my mind fastened on the Disney World Harry Potter street they created. I was suddenly of the idea that someone took a picture of the mystical magic world of wizards. Hugs

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