KING EDWARD VI CAMP HILL SCHOOL FOR BOYS
GEOGRAPHY DEPARTMENT
CHESTER - 2000
HUMAN GEOGRAPHY
6 INDUSTRIAL HERITAGE
ALBION STREET. Backyards, shared lavatories, outside tap, no front garden and no bathroom. These working family houses date from the 1850's and were associated with the factory that once stood at the end of the street.
The Public house serving the community.This would have been a male preserve.
Albion Street - front view. These houses have been refurbished, amenities have been added and because of their centrality they have become highly sought after.

An example of one of the older industies of flour milling. This flour mill was bought and converted into a four star hotel in1988.

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The Roman Settlement in Chester
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The Medieval Settlement
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Relic land use and the modern CBD
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Conzen's Theory in practice
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Architectural Styles in Chester
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Pricetown
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Port Sunlight
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Port Sunlight II
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Preservation and conservation of the past
Copyright 2000