Still got the original, It was taken by Charlie Woodfin , my great Grandfather as he was one of the first people to move into the road when they were built. Billy and his wife Betty (My Grandmother and Grandfather moved into 15 when they got married and my Dad was born in 15. They moved to number 16 after the war as the house was larger and when my Dad married they bought number 30, so you could say that the Woodfin's have always lived in Fieldside road.
My late father used to tell me stories of playing in the area during the war and some of the things he used to get up to and where all the bombs dropped. He remembers getting chased by the police when he was getting the glass out of a heinkel or junker bomber that crashed where the old Rock Ferry library used to be at the corner of Grove road and remembered watching the emergency services recovering all the bodies from opposite the Fairfield Pub
after a house that was having a party in it was hit by a land mine.