Houses and Streets

“Carrería” (Cart workshop)

In the middle of the 1920s, in what was then a plot of land, a family from Carlet (a nearby town) settled in, making paving stones.
Federico Aparici continued here, in the house built with these cobblestones, with the manufacture of carts from 1930 to 1963. He also ground cereal and rotten fruit to feed sheep, during the 40s and 50s. He himself opened a sawmill in 1963, which will last until 1995.
But it wasn’t just a job. It also served as a distraction. During the years 1950-55, Eloy Aparici installed a children’s cinema here.
Between 1966-75 he was also a dealer for Westinghouse Appliance Company.