The Changing Face of Poulton

The Changing Face of Poulton

Everything changes all around us all of the time. We thought it would be nice to start a gallery about the changing face of Poulton. If you’ve got (or take) any photos which document things as they happen in the area please send them in for inclusion.

Our gallery begins with the demolition of the Royal Oak pub at the corner of Breck Road and Station Road. It’s been closed for a long time, and it will be good to see the back of the derelict building. Thanks to our friend and photographer Mel Jones for these photos.

The changing face of Poulton today will eventually become the past history of tomorrow. It’s all interesting to look back on, it’s the social history of our times.

Changing Face of Poulton
Demolition of Royal Oak on Breck Road, Poulton, 12.6.18. Photo by Mel Jones
Changing Face of Poulton
Demolition of Royal Oak on Breck Road, Poulton, 12.6.18. Photo by Mel Jones
Changing Face of Poulton
Demolition of Royal Oak on Breck Road, Poulton, 12.6.18. Photo by Mel Jones
Changing Face of Poulton
Demolition of Royal Oak on Breck Road, Poulton, 12.6.18. Photo by Mel Jones
Changing Face of Poulton
Demolition of Royal Oak on Breck Road, Poulton, 12.6.18. Photo by Mel Jones
Changing Face of Poulton
Demolition of Royal Oak on Breck Road, Poulton, 12.6.18. Photo by Mel Jones
Changing Face of Poulton
Demolition of Royal Oak on Breck Road, Poulton, 12.6.18. Photo by Mel Jones
Changing Face of Poulton
Demolition of Royal Oak on Breck Road, Poulton, 12.6.18. Photo by Mel Jones

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Demolition of Royal Oak on Breck Road, Poulton, 12.6.18. Photos by Mel Jones Photography

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