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MORECAMBEOLOGY 183: Harrison’s Favourites by Peter Wade
Alexandra Park is a public open space in the West End of Morecambe. Formerly it was the location of a church and a 2-storey garage built in the 1930s and home to a business, Harrison & Sons, which had made the move from Bradford in about 1910.
The Harrisons had an ironmongers shop in Bradford where they began repairing bicycles. Photographs show Harrison’s cycle business on Alexandra Road as a series of adjoining wooden sheds. Signs describe it as Harrison & Sons Motor Depot and a large door is marked Garage. Another sign indicates the business to be a CTC (Cycle Touring Club) Official Repairer’s while window signs advertise Rex Motor Cycles, Moseley Tyres and Clincher Tyres. Bicycles on show feature front passenger seats and upholstered driving seats.
Re-styled Harrison & Son, the business branched out into car repairs, advertising ‘Vulcanising on the premises’. Harrisons were also one of the first businesses in Morecambe to move into charabancs (early motor coaches) which operated across from West End Road. However, Morecambe Corporation were less than enthusiastic, only reluctantly granting licenses and indicating that they ‘didn’t want these noisy, smelly machines racing up and down the promenade’. Later charabancs were painted green and known as Harrison’s Favourite Coaches with a horse’s head painted on the side.
When the new garage was built, some of the wooden buildings were sold on to Frank Chapman on Lansdowne Road in Bare.
Some garage buildings from the 1930s are still to be seen locally on Clark Street and Thornton Road. Another, the County Garage on Lancaster Road, once had a particularly fine corner tower.
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