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#996734 - 1st Jan 2016 4:55pm Norman Street
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Does anybody know when the houses on Norman Street were roughly built? And are some of the houses on the street older than others?

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#996739 - 1st Jan 2016 5:19pm Re: Norman Street [Re: geprgie260]
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Norman Street, Birkenhead, does not appear in the 1906 Directory, the following are the 1910 & 1911 directories.


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#996742 - 1st Jan 2016 5:30pm Re: Norman Street [Re: bert1]
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Directories,

1910, Numbers, 2-10
1911 " " 2-54
1916 " " 2-68
1938 " " 4-70 21-135
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#996743 - 1st Jan 2016 5:30pm Re: Norman Street [Re: bert1]
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Thanks very much bert1. Can't access the links but at least I know that they weren't any houses in 1906.

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#996787 - 1st Jan 2016 7:58pm Re: Norman Street [Re: geprgie260]
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On the 1909 old ordnance survey map it shows that Norman Street has got the outlines of all the terrace houses, which normally means they where built by that year.
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#996793 - 1st Jan 2016 8:37pm Re: Norman Street [Re: jimbob]
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The 1923 Directory has numbers,

2-70

Left side, Mrs Asprey (Claughton Fields)
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#996795 - 1st Jan 2016 9:17pm Re: Norman Street [Re: bert1]
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That's great information bert1. I think that by 1923 all the houses were definitely built by then.

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#996833 - 2nd Jan 2016 1:57pm Re: Norman Street [Re: geprgie260]
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Norman St was bombed twice in WW2 so some of the houses will probably have been rebuilt either then or later.
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#996869 - 2nd Jan 2016 5:22pm Re: Norman Street [Re: diggingdeeper]
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That's very interesting that it was bombed twice during WW2. I noticed that the styles of the houses are different too. I wonder if that's by design or because of the bombing.

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#996891 - 2nd Jan 2016 8:10pm Re: Norman Street [Re: geprgie260]
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If you look at Clifford St and Kingsley St the areas that were flattened there are quite distinct.

The cinema at the end was badly damaged and demolished (The Avenue - now called the Open Arms or something)
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#996917 - 3rd Jan 2016 8:16am Re: Norman Street [Re: geprgie260]
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Yes, I see what you mean. Thanks very much for your help and information!

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