What year were the terraced houses on hawthorn road stretford manchester built?
Hawthorn Road appears to be an ancient track. The Bridgewater Canal that goes over it was built c1761. The Railway Line also goes over it. Each of the bridges will have a construction year stone or plaque on it, as is also likely on the terraced houses. However…..you need to contact Stretford Council (as someone has already said) Ashton & Sale Historical Society, Bridgwater Canal Society or Manchester Museum of Science and Industry. History 1759-1761 – The process begins The Duke’s Bill, received Royal Assent on 23rd March 1759, proposed two separate cuts from Worsley keeping north of the River Irwell, one via Patricroft to Salford and the other in the direction of Warrington to link with the River Mersey at Hollins Ferry. The route towards Patricroft made good progress but the cut to Hollins Ferry ran into difficulties with peat deposits, but second thoughts on routing seem evident anyway. At the time James Brindley, who had established a reputation for mine and other workings invol