Runcorn Quiz 6 – The answers

Hello again people and pooches. Joe the Cocker here. Our first five quizzes about Runcorn have been very popular so, we have decided to carry on until you tell us that you have had enough. Quiz number 5 was a tough one according to the feedback. Even so, a lot of people joined in. Amazingly, there were four people who identified every photograph correctly. They were Glen Forward, Beryl Littler, Pam Briscoe and Pat Keogh. Well done you four and well done everyone who had a go! So, here are the answers!

1 This fingerpost can be found in the Town Hall grounds. The post points to Leiria, Portugal which is twinned with Runcorn.

2 This wall mounted street lamp can be seen outside of the Clarendon pub.

3 The building below is one of a few Mersey Power substations in the town. This one is located on Heath Road opposite the Norman Road exit.

4 The window shutter below can be found the front of the Library building opposite Monks Deli.

5 This item of children’s playground furniture is in Wellington Street Playground

6 This is part of the Masonic Hall building in York Street

7 This wall can be seen by the Decks on the Manchester Ship Canal

8 The bell and clock tower can be seen on the top of the Halton People into Jobs building

9 This building is the Barley Mow public house in Church Street

10 This ‘lamppost’ can be found opposite the old ‘Waterloo’ pub. It was originally a sewer gas destructor lamp which burned off sewer gasses to produce streetlight.

Ok everyone, that’s our sixth Runcorn quiz. Hope you enjoy attempting to identify where we were when we took the photographs. For an extra point this week the eleventh photo is Yours Truly, Joe the Cocker. Till next time!

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