Old Photos of Witham

Middle of Newland Street, with motorbike

Taken: 1914-1925 appox, Ref: M558

Middle of Newland Street looking east. Left hand side of road, left to right, 60 Newland Street (Pratt, tea rooms; Herbert Ernest Pratt, confectioner, is in Kelly 1914, 1917, 1922 (not 1912 or 1926)), 58 Newland Street (two-storey with foliage at right hand side), 56 Newland Street (two storey with date plaque), 54 Newland Street, 52 Newland Street (both tall, with foliage, part of the Wilderness), 50 Newland Street (3-storey behind telegraph pole), 48 Newland Street (two white gables), 46 Newland Street (one brick gable, hardly visible but can see cranes), 44 Newland Street (4 windows), 42 Newland Street (3 windows). On right hand side, left to right, the Angel public house (39-41 Newland Street), 43 Newland Street (tall, 3-storey), 45 Newland Street (low, 3-storey, probably Crickmore written on it (who were in directories 1890-1922), 47 Newland Street (three storey with bays windows, now part of Spread Eagle), Spread Eagle hotel (49 Newland Street).

RefM558
PublisherBell [to judge from number]
Date taken1914-1925 appox
SourceLester Shelley
Posted on Full size 3360 × 2354

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