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Tetlow Lane, Salford, M8 9HF
Tetlow Lane is situated off the A576, Leicester Road at
Broughton in Salford. St Mark’s Church (Manchester, M8 7HF) is also located
in the Lane. The site of what is believed to be the original home of the
Tetlows at Tetlow Fold, Boughton is on the corner of Tetlow Lane and George
Street. However, this is now a new housing estate and nothing remains of the
original buildings. Map co-ordinates are (N53:30:33 W2:14:53). The following
Ordnance Survey map shows the locality (the pink circle):
Whilst a more detailed street map can be accessed by
following this link (note however that to return to this site you will need to
use the back button on your browser). An aerial photograph can also be accessed
from this same link.
Tetlow Lane from the A576 end. I believe that the
building on the right has been a Jewish Girls Seminary since 1988 &
before 1988 this school was known as North Salford Boys High School .
If you look hard then you can just about make out "Tetlow Lane" on
the road sign immediately ahead. Photograph courtesy of Eric Tetlow, taken in
1974, from the northern end of Great Cheetham Street East, with George
Street off to the left and Heath Street to the right. The
building below is Bethel Community College and Bethel Apostolic Ark and
is the same building as in Eric's photo but some 27 years later. The
building is the Hamilton Memorial Hall and was built in the early 20th
Century with funds donated to St Marks Church by the widow of William
Vickers Hamilton. The Bethel Apostolic Ark bought the building a few
years ago following the demise of St Marks.
Tetlow Lane from the other end, which leads into
Heath Street. The two roads join at the boundary of Salford and
Manchester (note the Salford sign in the photo on the right).
The following snippet was extracted by Bill Dowdell from the recently
released 1901 Census:
RG13/3727, ff77. Tetlow Lane, St Mark's Cheetham, Manchester. Tetlow
Grove House, boys & girls refuge (branch).