North Quay and Fullers Hill

By Val Norman

Views of Fullers Hill and Rainbow Corner off North Quay, all kindly supplied by Colin Cockle.

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This page was added by Val Norman on 24/04/2012.
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Hi Val seeing your pictures of Fullers Hill and Rainbow Corner was a great surprise only very recent I have found out via a Sue Bennett who writes for the Lets Talk magazine also who sent me my mother's birth certificate it states that she was born at number 3 Rainbow Corner so you can see that I am very interested in knowing more about your pictures? i.e. are they at the Time and Tide Museum? kind regards

By colin browne
On 08/05/2012

The photo of Fullers Hill is taken from North Quay the sign on the wall saying Lacons Ales is the side of the North Star p/h,it is better to see in the next photo showing the front view. By Colin Cockle 15/05/2012

By Colin Cockle
On 25/06/2012

The photo of Fullers Hill is taken from North Quay the sign on the wall saying Lacons Ales is the side of the North Star P/H it is better to see in the next photo showing the front of the North Star P/H

By Colin Cockle
On 25/06/2012

Thank you for posting these pictures, my family tree research led me to no. 7 Rainbow Corner, where I believe my Great Grandfather and family, plus lodgers lived - from the 1901 census. Pictures from their time makes it all the more worthwhile. Fantastic!

By John Wilkinson
On 19/04/2013

John Wilkinson I lived no 7 Rainbow Corner in 1953 prior to that Mr Perrin the chimney sweep lived there .

By Colin Cockle

on 24/01/15

By colin cockle
On 30/03/2016

Hi Colin Cockle, I am just looking for picture of Rainbow Corner as I lived there with my father who was the chimney sweep Fred Perrin.  His father was called George Perrin and was also a chimney sweep and lived in Row 45 in the 1920's.  If you have any further information, I would be most grateful

By David Perrin
On 30/09/2016

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