THIS is Birchall Moss Tollhouse - in Audlem Road, Hatherton -
been replaced by a modern house (built in 2006) standing behind the original
building. When major roads were turnpiked, anyone travelling past a tollhouse had to pay to use the next section
of road. It stopped being a tollhouse in1875, or thereabouts.
PREVIOUSLY occupied by the Johnson family, Stapeley Farm, Stapeley,
stood on the corner of Audlem Road and Peter de Stapeleigh Way, near to the
traffic lights. It is on the
adjacent site to Stapeley Manor where houses and offices were later built. See
THIS home is in the village of Walgherton. Often pronounced with a soft "j" in the middle
(because of the "h") this village is, in fact, "WOL-ger-ton"
(stress on the first syllable and a "hard" G. Hillcrest, the
bungalow pictured above in London Road, was built in the 1950s or '60s, but the site now stands
THIS wooden bungalow - 194 Audlem Road - was one of two owned by the
same family before it was demolished in 2006 to be replaced by a two-storey
house. The other bungalow, number 196, was demolished much earlier to become
the site of a modern house. The two stood on the boundary between
Nantwich and Stapeley.