This week down memory lane goes to Corringham but for the dress of the 2 children which places this photo about 1910, we are looking at a view from earliest years of photography.

At the end of the row is the Bull Inn and to the right of it stands a pair of sixteenth century cottages near the entrance to Hall farm.

The building next to the Bull have been demolished to make a car park, but the rest of the group has survived without any major alterations.

Opposite the Bull is Corringham Church this corner of old Corringham has fortunately escaped serious alterations.

The church dedicated to St Mary is mainly of the fourteenth century, But it has a late Saxon or early Norman Tower architecturally the most interesting in the borough.

The 3 men with the dog, gun, and cat add interest perhaps the photographer found them in the Bull Inn opposite and persuaded them to leave there lunchtime drink for a few moments.

Lastly the light railway on its last Journey in December 1952 taking workers children to a Christmas party .