Photos of Witham

Middle of Newland Street looking east

Taken: 1912 to 1916, Source: Alderton, Simon, Ref: M1168

Middle of Newland Street looking up. One car coming out of what is now Coach House Way, and one bicycle. Includes, left hand side of road, left to right, 64 Newland Street (with awning saying ‘Fred’k Pluck’), 66 Newland Street (house with creeper), 64 Newland Street (with awning saying ‘Bellamy chemist’; he first appeared in directories in 1914), 62 Newland Street, 60 Newland Street (both three-storey), 58 Newland Street, 56 Newland Street (both two-storey), 54 Newland Street, 52 Newland Street (both two-storey, part of the Wilderness, with foliage). On right, the Spread Eagle (49 Newland Street). From folding letter card’ of five views

PublisherB C Afford, Printer and Stationer, Witham
Date taken1912 to 1916
SourceAlderton, Simon
Posted on Full size 2785 × 1767

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