Fairlop Avenue

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This photo was taken in Fairlop Avenue. At a guess the 60’s??? I cannot see this building there now. Do you remember it?

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  • I remember this house well it was Long Road end on the corner of fairlop

    By Margaret (02/10/2011)
  • It’s facing towards us that suggests this photo was taken from Long Road looking down?

    By David Bullock (02/10/2011)
  • The photo was indeed taken from Long Road – the bungalow was called Fairlawns. In the 1940’s the Shaw family lived there.

    By michael swanson (03/10/2011)
  • I remember the bungalow so well as I walked past it nearly every day going down Fairlop to Lionel Road (Cul-de-sac) where I lived….On the other corner was where the Trevelian family lived.

    By Carol Norman (18/09/2012)
  • Hello The other house you mention was called “Inglenook”. At one time there were teachers lodging there and I remember one of them [our year about 1958] had a spinal condition, so that is probably his adapted car on the left Regards Sparrow

    By sparrow (18/09/2012)
  • My grandparents, Sam and Nellie Morton bought Fairlawns from their friends Alice and John Shaw in the mid 1940s.

    By Theresa Puckett (15/01/2021)
  • The Property Fairlawn appears some time between Autumn 1924 and Spring of 1925 and owned by Martha Amy TURNER.

    She applies for planning for a brick chimney in 1932 and drains in 1942.

    In 1956 Mrs H. B. ELMES applies for planning and gives this her address.

    By Martin Lepley (17/01/2021)

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