Travellers HallSame place as Travellers Rest?? zoomAuthor By Janet PennPage added 13/11/2013 Comments about this pageYep. Most definitely the Traveller’s Rest, the frontage only really changed when the dyke was filled in(probably late 60s). Even then if you went round the back you could still see the concrete blocks it stood on.By Graham Stevens (15/11/2013)My sister Wendy and me lived here from 1945 to 1949 with our parents George and Ivy who ran it as a restaurant. Lill Sides was the waitress and Mrs Monday the cook. I remember crawling under the veranda searching for coins that the patrons may have dropped whilst putting their change away. I taught myself to swim in Small Gains creek, happy days.By John Devonald (15/08/2017) Add a comment about this pageYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Your comment:Name * Email * I consent to my name and e-mail address being stored along with this comment, and to the website editors communicating with me by e-mail about the comment if necessary. My name may be published alongside the comment on the website, but my e-mail address will not be published. My information will not be shared with any third party (see our Privacy Statement - opens in a new window). * Δ Places60 AcresBoat Trips in the 50'sBuilding Canvey WayCanvey 1973Canvey Island SeasideCanvey Island's Stepping StonesCanvey Tennis CourtCanvey Village c1907Canvey Village looking WestCanvey Village PhotoCanvey visitorsCanvey Winter TimeCanvey's Concrete BargeCanvey's Paddling PoolCasino and AmusementsCasino and Boating PoolCasino Horses 'Rest in peace'Chapman LighthouseChristmas comes to Chapman LighthouseClaremont HouseClarks StoresColvin BridgeCottage influenced by the Dutch CottagesCoxs Hotel and CafeDay Trip to Canvey in 1949Demolition of Holmes Brothers hardware shopDutch Cottage 1618Early Photo of Canvey Village and Pump.Early picture of the LakeFarming on CanveyFielder's Post War CampFirst Pile for New BridgeFrom Dutch CottageFrom the Grounds Of the King CanuteFurtherwick Farm HouseFurtherwick RoadFurtherwick Road?Glidaboating PoolGoddard Bungalow 1925Great Seafront PictureHaven RoadHaven Road JunctionHaystack CornerHigh Street and Hindles RoadHill Hall FarmHouse Boat on a CreekIs This Jones' Corner?Island Farm & Croppenberg LakeJones CornerLabworth CaféLabworth Farm HouseLeigh BeckLoe and Co buildersLowering the High St/London Rd 1928Lowering the roadMarlborough not Mulburry HouseMonty's Mono Bar & TeasMore Canvey HousesNew Photo of Concrete BargeNew Photo of the beach tearoomsNew Picture of the VillageNewlands Holiday CampOld Canvey PhotosOld Canvey Traffic JamsOld Glass Plate Negatives from c1900Old Lakeside SignPhotos by Stephen MitchellPhotos from the 1950'sShiner & Holmes PhotographersSlides of 1980's CanveySmallgains Creek and the Annie JonesSnowy Canvey AgainSome pictures of CanveySomnes Avenue 1992Southfalls to BevelandSt Johns Crescent Banjo c1986St Katherine's Church and SchoolSt Katherine's Church DerelictStepping Stones and old bridgeStorm FloodingStreet Party in Smallgains CloseSutherlands Fair GroundTanker Crossing the Old BridgeTemple BarThames Sailing Barge EventThe 'New' Tidal PoolThe 'Windmill' HouseboatThe Bay Country ClubThe Beatrice Littlewood House 1960'sThe Building of Somnes AvenueThe Canvey and District OrchestraThe CasinoThe Casino and EsplanadeThe crossing to Benfleet 1930/31The Dutch Cottage Haven Road (1621)The FerryThe Ferry BoatsThe High StreetThe Kynoch HotelThe Lending LibraryThe Lobster Smack InnThe Moorings Drapery StoreThe Occidental RefineryThe Old BridgeThe Old JettyThe Parade Hardware and Domestic StoresThe Pavilion, May AvenueThe Stepping StonesThorney Bay Beach and TearoomThree Photos of Canvey.Three pictures of the Village StoresTimber GaloreTransport homeTravellers HallTwo Canvey photosTwo Photos Labworth FieldUrmond RoadVery Rare PhotoView from seawallWaterside Athletics Track ConstructionWaterside Sports CentreWhere or what was it? And when?***Update***Where was this taken?Who can tell me what this is.Winterswyk Avenue Share thisFacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedin
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Yep. Most definitely the Traveller’s Rest, the frontage only really changed when the dyke was filled in(probably late 60s). Even then if you went round the back you could still see the concrete blocks it stood on.
My sister Wendy and me lived here from 1945 to 1949 with our parents George and Ivy who ran it as a restaurant. Lill Sides was the waitress and Mrs Monday the cook. I remember crawling under the veranda searching for coins that the patrons may have dropped whilst putting their change away. I taught myself to swim in Small Gains creek, happy days.
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