Old Photos of Witham

Bottom of Newland Street including Sorrell butcher at 143

Taken: 1910 to 1937, Ref: M757

Bottom of Newland Street looking up. Left hand side of road, left to right, part of forge at 130 Newland Street with cart wheel outside, Crotchet Inn (130 – ‘storage of cycles’, ‘luncheons and teas’, 128 Newland Street, 126 Newland Street, 124 Newland Street (tall, gable and foliage), 118 Newland Street (white, gable), 116 Newland Street (ditto). Right hand side of road, left to right, some in distance including clock on 61 Newland Street, and then 125 Newland Street, 127 Newland Street (these two the Gables, just visible), 129 Newland Street (bow windows), 137 Newland Street and/or 139 Newland Street, 141 Newland Street (house, built 1913 according to building plan 262), 143 Newland Street (Sorrell butcher, in directories till 1937).

RefM757
PublisherBell [to judge from number]
Date taken1910 to 1937
SourceKevin Bruce
Posted on Full size 3362 × 2319

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