Nash's Wheelwrights, Acton Trussell

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Date:1901 - 1904 (c.)

Description:Nash's wheelwright's workshop in Lower Penkridge Road, adjacent to Nash Cottage. The older man seated is probably wheelwright Ephraim Nash (1826-1904) and the two younger men may be his sons William (born 1865, a wheelwright) and Harvey (born 1873, blacksmith and wheelwright), who carried on the business after their father's death. The workshop buildings were demolished in about 1974 to be replaced with new houses.

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Image courtesy of: Mr Bryan Downes

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