The road from Leighton Road to Parkgate Road was built in 1903 across land that was originally part of Neston's medieval deer park and took it's name from the developer, N.A. Earle whose house can be seen in this photograph.
Earle Drive - c1910.
The two young ladies, on the left of the photograph, are walking down Earle Drive. I believe my grandmother was in service in this house before leaving to get married and start a family.
By the early 1930s, there were eight properties along the length of a beautiful, tree-lined Earle Drive.