Old Photos of Witham

The bottom of Newland Street looking up including the Globe and people

Taken: 1902-1907, Ref: M709

The bottom of Newland Street looking up.

Left hand side of the road, left to right, Globe Inn (132 Newland Street; J. Wass on sign; also William Bright & Sons on building), part of 130 Newland Street (forge), the Crotchet (part of 130 Newland Street, H Hart on sign), 128 Newland Street, 126 Newland Street (both brick).

Right hand side of road, left to right, Carpenters Arms (141 Newland Street (brick, right of telegraph pole), probably 143 Newland Street, 145 Newland Street, 145 Newland Street.

The date on the postmark is illegible. Addressed to Miss O Fowler, Oakland House, Endcliffe Vale, Sheffield. Message reads ‘This is a picture of the great town of Witham, it is really a pretty street. Why haven’t you written to me. You would get a letter in reply. W L F.’

RefM709
PublisherAfford, Stationer, Witham
Date taken1902-1907
SourcePat Slugocki
Posted on Full size 575 × 359

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