Folly Lane, Wallasey ran down alongside St Hillary's Church across Wallasey village and on down towards where the railway line is now. I do not know exactly where it ended.
The initial view of the "bakers boy" was created at the upper part of Folly Lane alongside the high sandstone wall that surrounds a lot of the church. When taking the photo I have used the skyline and Halkyn Mountains too try to judge the same sort of position.
The second photo shows the view looking up from from Wallasey Village to the same sort of point.
The upper part of Folley Lane is now part of St Georges Road - changed when the road was widened to take trams
The lower part of Folly Lane still exists with that name and runs down alongside the playing field that used to be the garden of Buxton House. Buxton House was owned by Mrs Billington whose husband had been a matress manufacturer. the hose also belonged to the Wallace family who owned Blackler's store in Liverpool. I know the house burned down in the 20s or 30s but I cannot find a reference to when and why. The flats to the left of the picture are situated where the house used to be.The gates of Buxton House are still there. Once upon a time there was a small lodge house beside the gates
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