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Answered 2012-03-06 21:07:40

I don't know the back story but I remember it from when I lived in Thornhill as a child in the 1960s. As I remember it was a short row of terraced houses, by then ruined and derelict, somewhere in the westrern Edge Top area of Thornhill (but I may be wrong). I went there with my father and my memory is of crossing a field on a path to reach this isolated row of derelict houses with the street sign 'T'BACK O'T'MOON' still there. People used to refer to it fondly.

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