Old Photos of Witham

Part of Victory parade, showing air cadets and the Girls Training Corps in Newland Street

Ref: M1812c

M1812.The Victory parade in Newland Street after the Second World War.Seen from the north side Three sections, M1812(a), (b) and (c) They show the part with the air cadets (ATC), with the Girls Training Corps (GTC) behind.
1812(c) In background, left to right, are 64 Newland Street (behind stand, Bellamy, chemist), White Hart (far distance, with gable with black beams, 39 Newland Street (tall), 41 Newland Street, 43 Newland Street, 45 Newland Street, 47 Newland Street (tall, thin, bay window), Spread Eagle (with gables, 49 Newland Street and 51 Newland Street), 53 Newland Street, 55 Newland Street, 57 Newland Street (with porch), 59 Newland Street (pale), 61 Newland Street (with clock), 63 Newland Street (Mondy’s ironmonger’s shop with flags, and house with turrets to its right), 65 Newland Street (two storey, grey), 67 Newland Street (three storey, grey, British Restaurant), 83 Newland Street (Palmer, baker), 85 Newland Street (bay windows), 87 Newland Street (mansard roof), 89 Newland Street (A A Pettican). See also M647, M1811, M1813-M1814, M2193 and M2194. See links for numbered version and list and for newspaper report.

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