|St John the Evangalist|
|Old North Road|
|OVERTON, High Cross, 1907|
|Old Bakery, High Cross, 19th/20th century|
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The Pub Sign on the right is the "Waggon & Horses." The 1908 Kelly's Directory lists Joseph Copland as the landlord of this public house, the other on in High Cross being the "White Horse," landlord William Arnold.
A Quiet Spot near High Cross è
(Another R.A. card published by W. A. Giffin)
This postcard, of the obelisk just over the parish boundary into Wades Mill, was published by A. H. Ginn, Post Office, High Cross.
Wades Mill Village
|June 2008||Page updated|
|November 2009||three extra "quick link" postcards|
|May 2015||"Giffin PC" recorded posted in 1924|