Moor Pool Avenue - Moor Pool History

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Moor Pool Avenue

Moor Pool Avenue  takes its name from the Moor Pool itself which is a natural feature and almost in the centre of the Estate. Moor Pool Avenue is divided into 2 parts by Ravenhurst Road which runs alongside the Moor Pool.

This picture below is looking down towards the Park Hill Road railway bridge. The top of the Weekin Works chimney is poking up behind the railway embankment. The white houses are in Margaret Grove. There are no tennis court clubhouse of trees to obscure them so this must have been not long after the Estate was built in 1907.
This picture is taken from Ravenhurst Road. On the right is Eastway.
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