Slides of Witham, 1968 to 1988

  1. Numbered W1 to W985
    Taken by Janet Gyford (except W969-W985 by unknown photographer)

Some of the images may be on my web site (www.janetgyford.com)

Table in Word/RTF, converted from Access database

At present (2022) the original slides are in coloured slide boxes at the end of the study at Blanfred, Chalks Road. They are being bequeathed to the Essex Record Office with the rest of Janet’s local history collection.

RefNoDateMYearDescription
W1102 June 196861968Maldon railway station (disused) from front.
W2202 June 196861968Maldon railway station (disused) from track.
W3302 June 196861968Maldon railway station (disused) from track.
W4402 June 196861968Maldon railway station (disused) from across road.
W5502 June 196861968Old wooden railway viaduct at Wickham mill, with Betty Loring crossing.
W6602 June 196861968Old wooden railway viaduct at Wickham mill.
W7702 June 196861968Old wooden railway viaduct at Witham near Sauls bridge and Blackwater Lane, with house.
W8802 June 196861968Old wooden railway viaduct at Witham near Sauls bridge and Blackwater Lane.
W9902 June 196861968Old wooden railway viaduct at Witham near Sauls bridge and Blackwater Lane.
W101002 June 196861968Old wooden railway viaduct at Witham near Sauls bridge and Blackwater Lane.
W111101, 02, 031970Church Street, tree opposite St Nicholas Close, being lopped.
W121201, 02, 031970Saxon Drive under construction from Chipping Hill green, also showing 55 Chipping Hill and empty site formerly a barn and later 55A Chipping Hill.
W131301, 02, 031970Chipping Hill, showing (left to right) 12 Chipping Hill, 10 Chipping Hill, and site where Temples (8 Chipping Hill) stood, which shortly afterwards had the new road to Braintree built through it.
W141401, 02, 031970Chipping Hill, looking west from Collingwood Road railway bridge, showing (left to right), tower of St Nicolas church, 14 Chipping Hill (Recess), 12 Chipping Hill, 10 Chipping Hill, and the Albert public house (2 Chipping Hill).
W151501, 02, 031970Cullens' seed warehouse (49 Braintree Road), and White Horse Lane, looking west from Braintree Road. St Nicolas church tower on right.
W161601, 02, 031970White Horse Lane looking west towards Church Street, showing buildings at back of White Horse public house (2 Church Street), and in distance Barnardiston House (35 Chipping Hill); shortly afterwards the new road to Braintree was built across this view.
W171701, 02, 031970Looking north-east from White Horse Lane to Braintree Road car park across Crittall's window store, towards Crittall's factory in Braintree Road. Shortly afterwards the new road to Braintree was built across the field. Also shows 55 Braintree Road (with two windows showing, in centre) and backs of houses on south side of Chalks Road.
W181801, 02, 031970Old Braintree Road, north of White Horse Lane, looking north. Crittall's window store on left. Backs of houses on south side of Chalks Road behind it. 55 Braintree Road right of nearest lamp post. 65-75 Braintree Road to right of that. Crittall's window factory to right of road. 42 and 40 Braintree Road to right of that. Shortly afterwards this piece of road was by-passed by the new Braintree Road crossing from the left.
W191901, 02, 031970From Braintree Road looking west across Crittall's window store towards St Nicolas church tower. Houses in Chalks Road on right.
W202001, 02, 03197057-63 Braintree Road (block on left), 55 Braintree Road (on right). Backs of houses on south side of Chalks Road in middle. Shortly afterwards the new Braintree Road crossed the front of this view.
W212118 June 197061970Labour Hall (69 Collingwood Road), with posters for General Election. Labour candidate was Stephen Haseler.
W222206, 07, 081970Archaeological excavation by Witham Archaeological Research Group at Ivy Chimneys, with Ivy Chimneys cottages behind. Left to right, Mike Wadhams, Frank Johnson, Betty Loring.
W232306, 07, 081970Archaeological excavation by Witham Archaeological Research Group at Ivy Chimneys, with Ivy Chimneys cottages behind. Left to right, Mike Wadhams, Bob Wager, Frank Johnson, Harry Loring, Betty Loring.
W242406, 07, 081970Archaeological excavation by Witham Archaeological Research Group at Ivy Chimneys, with Ivy Chimneys cottages behind. Left to right, Frank Johnson, Betty Loring.
W252506, 07, 081970Bottom of Newland Street, south side. Left to right, Spread Eagle inn (47 Newland Street and 49 Newland Street), 51 Newland Street (Wine market), 53 Newland Street, 55 Newland Street, 57 Newland Street, 59 Newland Street, 61 Newland Street (with clock), 63 Newland Street (Mondy's ironmonger's, with goods on pavement).
W262606, 07, 081970Bottom of Newland Street looking up, with 64 Newland Street on left, then from right 63 Newland Street (Mondy's ironmonger's, with goods on pavement), 61 Newland Street (with clock). In front of 64 Newland Street is a red telephone box, probably the K6 Jubilee type designed by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott and introduced in 1936, but not put here after 1945 to judge from other photos.
W272708, 091970Left to right, part of the Red Lion (7 Newland Street, half-timbered), 9 Newland Street, 11 Newland Street, 13 Newland Street (three with awning), 29 Newland Street (Edwards, butcher), 31 Newland Street (empty).
W282808, 091970Left to right, 26 Newland Street, 24 Newland Street, 22 Newland Street, Whitehall (18 Newland Street, empty, with name of former Whitehall cinema, and including restaurant building in front), tree in front of Roslyn House (16 Newland Street).
W292908, 091970Whitehall (18 Newland Street, empty, with name of former Whitehall cinema, and including restaurant building in front), tree in front of Roslyn House (16 Newland Street).
W3030121971Railway station and Baird's maltings, from Albert Road near railway bridge. House(s) in front of maltings at end of Easton Road, near coal yard. Extreme right, dark with railings on top, is 5 storey glass building of Cooper Taber, seed merchants.
W31311219711 and 2 Easton Road and Slythe's stonemasons' yard.
W3232121971Albert hotel (2 Chipping Hill). Shows new road to Braintree to its left.
W3333121971On left of road (left to right), 12 Chipping Hill, 10 Chipping Hill. On right of road, Albert hotel (2 Chipping Hill). Shows new road to Braintree to left of the Albert.
W3434121971Albert hotel (2 Chipping Hill), outbuildings.
W3535121971New Braintree Road, looking north from near Chipping Hill. So-called 'Bell meadow' behind middle lamp post. Backs of houses on south side of Chalks Road in centre. Back of Ramsden Mills' carpet warehouse on right.
W3636121971Albert hotel (2 Chipping Hill), including black figure head 'the African chief'.
W373712197110 Collingwood Road (right of bus stop), 4 Collingwood Road and/or 6 Collingwood Road (Eastern electricity showroom).
W38381219714 Collingwood Road and/or 6 Collingwood Road (Eastern electricity showroom, single storey, left of centre). To right of it, 2 Collingwood Road and the George (36 Newland Street). Facing (white), 29 Newland Street. On right, 9 Collingwood Road.
W393911972Moat farm bridge from Armond Road, with backs of houses on south side of Chipping Hill. Includes St Nicolas church tower. River walk in foreground.
W404011972The Park, Maldon Road, looking south-west from the fountain.
W414111972The Park, Maldon Road, looking south from near Park View. Includes playground and cedar trees.
W424211972Maldon Road looking south from near no.2. Left to right, entrance to Brown's builders' yard, 21 Maldon Road, 23 Maldon Road (semi-detached brick houses), 25 Maldon Road (dark, jutting out), 27 Maldon Road (white).
W434311972White Hart Hotel, Newland Street, from back, i.e. from Maldon Road.
W444411972Shooting Field Lane (off Maldon Road). On left, Maltings which had its entrance in Collins Lane (later turned into 12 Grove Shopping Centre, Superdrug). On right, Brown's builders' yard.
W454511972Shooting Field Lane (off Maldon Road). On left, Maltings which had its entrance in Collins Lane (later turned into 12 Grove Shopping Centre, Superdrug). On right, Brown's builders' yard. In centre left of lamp post are 3 Maldon Road and 5 Maldon Road (white).
W464611972Collins Lane from Newland Street, with maltings at end. Dark.
W474711972On right, side of Red Lion (7 Newland Street). Behind car park, left to right, 5 Maldon Road and 3 Maldon Road (low), and maltings in Collins Lane (tall).
W484811972Cedar trees in grounds of the old Grove house (1 Newland Street), from behind Freebornes (3 Newland Street).
W494911972View behind Freebornes (3 Newland Street), looking away from Newland Street into fields and towards old Maldon railway line. Later Freebornes Court and Health Centre and offices.
W505011972Freebornes (3 Newland Street) from the rear. Also shows 18 Newland Street (Whitehall, left of short tree), part of 16 Newland Street (Roslyn House, right of Freebornes), 14 Newland Street, 12 Newland Street (behind tall tree).
W515111972Cedar trees in grounds of the old Grove house (1 Newland Street), seen from back of Freebornes (3 Newland Street).
W525211972Front wall of old Grove house (1 Newland Street), looking east along pavement, with trees. Taken in January.
W535311972Front wall of old Grove house (1 Newland Street), looking east from bottom of the Avenue. Taken in January.
W545411972Railway station from front. Cycle rack to left. Red telephone box. Philip Gyford in pram. Taken in January.
W555501, 021972Entrance across Chipping Hill green to the Vicarage, Chipping Hill (later the old Vicarage). Also, on left, Chipping bridge.
W565601, 021972The Vicarage, Chipping Hill, from below (later the old Vicarage). Also St Nicolas church tower.
W575701, 021972Chipping Hill bridge, from west, before wooden walkway added on right (south). In distance, left to right, 22 Chipping Hill, 20 Chipping Hill (both brick), 18 Chipping Hill (forge).
W585801, 021972Mill pond at Chipping mill (1 Powershall End), showing arches previously under mill.
W595901, 021972View north-east over garden of Chipping mill (1 Powershall End), to river walk below church, and backs of houses in Church Street.
W606001, 021972Barn behind Spring Lodge (3 Powershall End), from Powershall End over wall. Shows 'crow-step' gable. Later part of Spring Lodge community centre. Also on right, vet's surgery.
W616101, 021972Looking west along sixteenth-century wall in Powershall End (formerly belonging to the mansion of Witham Place, which stood behind it until the 19th century).
W626201, 021972Path to Faulkbourne, adjoining 29 Powershall End. See link for map.
W636301, 021972Field behind houses from 31 Powershall End onwards, looking west from path to Faulkbourne. Houses in Powershall End behind trees on left. Probably site of the old avenue of trees known as the 'Monks walk'. See link for map.
W646401, 021972View from path from Powershall End to Faulkbourne, looking north-east. Houses in Powershall End behind hedge etc. on right. See link for map.
W656501, 021972Powershall End looking east. From next to 62 Powershall End, whose wooden fence can be seen behind the pavement extreme right. The large white gate shows the entrance to Spa Place (58 Powershall End, on right). The gable behind and to the left of it is probably the Well House, (38 Powershall End). Left of centre, left of the road, the lower white gable on the eft is 55 Powershall End, the higher one just to the right and behind if is 45 Powershall End. Since then, the Flora Road/Spa Road roundabout has been built just past Spa Place, and the road bends to the left before the roundabout. See link for map.
W666601, 021972Powershall End, view north-west from north side, from approximately opposite Spa Place (58 Powershall End). See link for map.
W676701, 021972Powershall End, view north-west from north side, from approximately opposite Spa Place (58 Powershall End). See link for map.
W686801, 021972On right, the Well House (38 Powershall End). In centre distance (white), 30 Powershall End. In pram, Philip Gyford.
W696901, 021972On right, 30 Powershall End. On left, 29 Powershall End. In centre, sixteenth-century wall in Powershall End (formerly belonging to the mansion of Witham Place, which stood behind it until the 19th century).
W707001, 021972Looking east along sixteenth-century wall in Powershall End (formerly belonging to the mansion of Witham Place, which stood behind it until the 19th century). In distance, white, 3 Powershall End (Spring Lodge). On right, Chipping bridge.
W717101, 021972Looking west along sixteenth-century wall in Powershall End (formerly belonging to the mansion of Witham Place, which stood behind it until the 19th century). From opposite Saxon Drive.
W727271973Grove field, behind the site of the old Grove house, 1 Newland Street, from the north-east corner.
W737371973Grove field, behind the site of the old Grove house, 1 Newland Street, from the north-east corner.
W747481973The forge, 18 Chipping Hill. Melvyn Baker shoeing horse.
W757581973The forge, 18 Chipping Hill. Melvyn Baker shoeing horse. Philip Gyford in push-chair.
W767604, 05, 06, 07, 08,1974View from Bramston Green towards north-west, over fields on west side of river Brain, later built on. See link for map.
W777704, 05, 06, 07, 08,1974View from north end of river walk, just at back of north-west corner of Glebe Crescent, looking west-north-west towards Faulkbourne. See link for map.
W787804, 05, 06, 07, 08,1974View from chicken sheds behind Spring Lodge (3 Powershall End) north towards Faulkbourne, including on left 'houses for sale' being built, later Bramble Road etc. See link for map.
W797904, 05, 06, 07, 08,1974Adams and Mortimer's builders' yard, White Horse Lane
W808004, 05, 06, 07, 08,1974View from White Horse Lane looking north across part of Adams and Mortimer's builders' yard, with so-called 'Bell field' on the right. Backs of houses on south side of Chalks Road behind.
W8181111974So-called 'Bell field' in Braintree Road, looking west towards Church Street. Tower of St Nicolas church in centre. Dean House (21 Chalks Road) on right.
W8282111974So-called 'Bell field' in Braintree Road, looking west towards Church Street. Chipping Hill infants' school in centre.
W8383111974So-called 'Bell field' in Braintree Road, looking towards backs of houses in Chalks Road. Also has 55 Braintree Road on right.
W8484111974Shed adjoining 40 Church Street (later site of 40A to 40C Church Street). Also to right, 26-40 Church Street ('Charity Row').
W8585111974Probable Second-World War bomb crater in field behind houses, 83 Church Street etc. Later site of Chipping Dell. St Nicolas church and old Vicarage on left. Philip Gyford in the crater. See link for map.
W8686111974Chipping mill house (1 Powershall End), looking west across river Brain from near Chipping bridge, after subsidence of floods. See link for map.
W8787111974View from river walk near Old Vicarage, west towards Chipping mill house (1 Powershall End) after subsidence of floods. See link for map.
W8888111974Field later the site of Chipping Dell, looking north. On left, 11 Church Street (Totscotts) behind brick wall. On right, St Nicolas church. See link for map.
W898917 December 1974121974In foreground, building on bridge next to Collingwood Road railway bridge, being demolished. It was first the office of the cattle market, then Hammonds estate agents, the Cabin etc. On left, part of the old Pinkham's glove factory (1 Chipping Hill).
W909017 December 1974121974In foreground, building on bridge next to Collingwood Road railway bridge, being demolished. It was first the office of the cattle market, then Hammonds estate agents, the Cabin etc. On left, part of the old Pinkham's glove factory (1 Chipping Hill). Behind cars, Albert public house (2 Chipping Hill). On right, Slythe's stonemason's yard, Easton Road.
W919117 December 1974121974In foreground, building on bridge next to Collingwood Road railway bridge, being demolished. It was first the office of the cattle market, then Hammonds estate agents, the Cabin etc. On right, part of the old Pinkham's glove factory (1 Chipping Hill).
W929217 December 1974121974In foreground, building on bridge next to Collingwood Road railway bridge, being demolished. It was first the office of the cattle market, then Hammonds estate agents, the Cabin etc. On right, part of the old Pinkham's glove factory (1 Chipping Hill). Horses and riders on road.
W939317 January 19751197543-49 Church Street, and 51-53 Church Street, looking north. On right, prefabs in Church Street, near entrance to Bramston Green.
W949417 January 19751197568-80 Church Street.
W959517 January 197511975Left to right, 25-31 Church Street, 33-37 Church, 43-53 Church Street. 39, 41, 41A (shop) are hidden between 37 and 43.
W969617 January 197511975In foreground, 54 Church Street and 54A Church Street (white). To their left, 56 Church Street (brick, Richards' funeral directors and carpenters). On left, 68-80 Church Street.
W979712 February 19772197776 Newland Street, side seen from rear. In background, part of 61 Newland Street (Magnet and Planet building society).
W989812 February 197721977One of two wells at back of 70 Newland Street, revealed during reconstruction, close-up.
W999906 June 197761977Bottom of Newland Street south side, with Silver Jubilee decorations. Includes, left to right, 65 Newland Street (grey brick), 67A Newland Street (Cheshunt Building Society), 67B Newland Street (Lesters estate agents) (both part of 67 Newland Street), 83 Newland Street (Gilbert's bakers), 85 Newland Street, 87 Newland Street, 89 Newland Street (pink), 91 Newland Street.
W10010006 June 197761977Silver Jubilee decorations. Left to right, 68 Newland Street (Farthings, fruit and vegetables), 66 Newland Street (Interiors, antiques).
W10110106 June 197761977Middle of Newland Street, south side, with Silver Jubilee decorations. Includes, left to right, 45 Newland Street (International stores), Spread Eagle inn (47-49 Newland Street), 51 Newland Street, 53 Newland Street, 55 Newland Street, 57 Newland Street.
W10210206 June 1977619773 Collingwood Road (Margot, children's clothes), with Silver Jubilee decorations.
W10310306 June 197761977Left to right, 44 Newland Street (Williams butchers), 42 Newland Street (Lipton's supermarket), with Silver Jubilee decorations.
W10410406 June 19776197733 Newlands precinct (Freeston, fruit and vegetables), with Silver Jubilee decorations.
W10510506 June 19776197735 Newlands precinct (Martin's, books and records), with Silver Jubilee decorations.
W10610606 June 19776197721 Newlands precinct (Shelley, dresses), with Silver Jubilee decorations.
W10710706 June 197761977Left to right, part of 51 Newland Street (Wine market), 53 Newland Street, 55 Newland Street (Trustee Savings Bank), 57 Newland Street (Midland Bank), with Silver Jubilee decorations.
W10810806 June 19776197757 Newland Street (Midland Bank), with Silver Jubilee decorations.
W10910906 June 19776197761 Newland Street (Magnet and Planet Building Society), with Silver Jubilee decorations.
W11011006 June 19776197763 Newland Street (Mondy, ironmongers), with Silver Jubilee decorations.
W11111106 June 197761977Left to right, 65 Newland Street, 67A Newland Street (Cheshunt Building Society), 67B Newland Street (Lesters estate agents) (both part of 67 Newland Street, with Silver Jubilee decorations.
W11211206 June 197761977Left to right, 83 Newland Street (Gilberts, bakers), 85 Newland Street (jewellers), with Silver Jubilee decorations.
W11311306 June 19776197787 Newland Street, with Silver Jubilee decorations.
W11411406 June 197761977Left to right, 89 Newland Street (pink), 91 Newland Street (Braintree and Witham Times), 93 Newland Street (James Abbott, estate agents), with Silver Jubilee decorations.
W11511506 June 197761977Left to right, 113 Newland Street (Pelican House, Co-op drapery), 115 Newland Street (Co-op food centre), at time of Silver Jubilee.
W11611606 June 197761977Left to right, 117 Newland Street, 119 Newland Street (to let), 121 Newland Street (K and S), at time of Silver Jubilee.
W11711706 June 197761977129 Newland Street (doctors' surgery), at time of Silver Jubilee.
W11811806 November 197711197748 Collingwood Road (after closure of Heddles, clothes sales).
W11911906 November 197711197748 Collingwood Road (after closure of Heddles, clothes sales).
W12012006 November 1977111977Left to right, Constitutional Club (14 Collingwood Road) and Public Hall, Collingwood Road.
W12112106 November 1977111977Left to right, 20 Collingwood Road (bungalow), 18 Collingwood Road (Bygrove House).
W12212206 November 197711197716 Collingwood Road (Pelican cottage).
W12312306 November 1977111977Left to right, 31 Maldon Road (grey brick), 33 Maldon Road, 35 Maldon Road, 37 Maldon Road (newsagents).
W12412406 November 1977111977Left to right, 41 Maldon Road, Witham Community Centre, Maldon Road (formerly Maldon Road school, later Parkside youth centre).
W12512506 November 1977111977Left to right, 125 and 127 Newland Street (blue, The Gables), 129 Newland Street (doctors' surgery).
W12612606 November 1977111977Left to right, 137 Newland Street, 139 Newland Street (both green), part of 141 Newland Street (Goold's dental surgery).
W12712706 November 1977111977141 Newland Street (Goold's dental surgery).
W12812806 November 1977111977143 Newland Street (Pets, run by Roberts).
W12912906 November 1977111977149-151 Newland Street (Keys, confectionery and toys).
W13013006 November 1977111977The Swan public house (153 Newland Street).
W13113106 June 197761977West end of Chalks Road, with sunset, and St Nicolas church tower, from Blanfred.
W13213218 July 197771977Yard at 56 Church Street (Richards, funeral directors).
W13313318 July 197771977Yard of 56 Church Street (Richards, funeral directos), from Chalks Road.
W13413426 May 19785197818 Chipping Hill, back of house, being restored, from Church Street.
W13513526 May 19785197818 Chipping Hill, back of house, being restored, from Church Street. Builders J.W.Iszard Ltd., Witham.
W13613621 March 197931979Holly Bank (52 Mill Lane), remains of, with gate with name of house. Clock tower of All Saints church behind.
W13713721 March 197931979Holly Bank (52 Mill Lane), remains of, with gate with name of house. Probably back of clinic, old police station, right of yew tree. Part of Bramston View on left.
W13813821 March 197931979View of river walk from south edge of site of Holly Bank (52 Mill Lane).
W13913921 March 197931979Holly Bank (52 Mill Lane), empty site of, with gate.
W14014021 March 197931979Left to right, The Crown public house, Guithavon Street, and old fire station at corner of Guithavon Street and Mill Lane.
W14114121 March 197931979The Old Mill House, Guithavon Valley, part.
W14214221 March 1979319796 Powershall End (later part of 8 Powershall End), with river Brain in foreground. See link for map.
W14314321 March 1979319796 Powershall End (later part of 8 Powershall End). On right, sixteenth-century wall in Powershall End (formerly belonging to the mansion of Witham Place, which stood behind it until the 19th century). See link for map.
W14414421 March 1979319796 Powershall End (left of centre, later part of 8 Powershall End), Spring Lodge (3 Powershall End, nearly hidden by 6), and Chipping mill house (1 Powershall End, right of centre). See link for map.
W14514521 March 197931979View of Chipping Hill from Saxon Drive, across river walk. Includes, left to right, Old Vicarage, Chipping Hill, St Nicolas church with Church hall in front, 30 Chipping Hill, 28 Chipping Hill, 26 Chipping Hill (together on green), back of houses on south side of Chipping Hill. See link for map.
W14614621 October 1979101979Dean House (21 Chalks Road).
W14714761980Newbury House (2 Newland Street).
W14814861980Avenue House (4 Newland Street).
W14914961980Left to right, 12 Newland Street, 10 Newland Street, 8 Newland Street, 6 Newland Street.
W15015061980Roslyn House (16 Newland Street).
W15115161980Whitehall (18 Newland Street, former cinema), being restored for Witham library.
W15215261980Tiptree Villa (20 Newland Street).
W15315325 July 198071980Left to right, 6 Church Street, 4 Church Street, part of White Horse public house (2 Church Street).
W15415425 July 198071980White Horse public house (2 Church Street).
W15515525 July 198071980White Horse Lane from Church Street, looking west. Left to right, buildings behind White Horse public house (2 Church Street), Adams and Mortimer's builders' yard (white), part of Crittall's window factory, Braintree Road, Saddle Lodge, White Horse Lane.
W15615625 July 198071980Back of White Horse public house (2 Church Street) from White Horse Lane.
W15715725 July 198071980Left to right, 22 Chipping Hill, 20 Chipping Hill (both brick), 18 Chipping Hill and forge.
W15815825 July 198071980Left to right, St Nicolas church tower, 30 Chipping Hill, 28 Chipping Hill, 26 Chipping Hill.
W15915925 July 198071980Spring Lodge (3 Powershall End), being renovated; shutters have been removed.
W16016025 July 198071980Spring Lodge (3 Powershall End), being renovated; shutters have been removed.
W16116125 July 198071980Spring Lodge (3 Powershall End), being renovated; shutters have been removed. Part of Chipping mill house (1 Powershall End) on right.
W16216225 July 198071980Church Street looking north. On left of road, Woolpack public house (7 Church Street). On extreme right, part of E.G.Coates shop (fishing tackle, bicycles, toys). Left of that, 22 Church Street (brick). Left of that, 24-40 Church Street (Charity Row).
W16316325 July 198071980Side of Woolpack public house (7 Church Street) from south, from St Nicolas churchyard, showing old bakehouse etc.
W16416425 July 19807198042 Church Street.
W16516525 July 198071980Left to right, 50 Church Street (almshouse), 48 Church Street (shop, grocery, V.J.Wood), 46 Church Street, 44 Church Street (curtain over door). Ladies from Stibbs' fish and chip shop, 10 Church Street.
W16616625 July 198071980Left to right, 54 Church Street (blue eaves boards), 52 Church Street, 50 Church Street (two almshouses), 48 Church Street (shop, grocery, V.J.Wood), part of 46 Church Street. Ladies from Stibbs' fish and chip shop, 10 Church Street.
W16716725 July 198071980Left to right, builders yard and house at 56 Church Street (brick, with gates), 54 Church Street and 54A Church Street (both white).
W16816826 July 198071980Left to right, part of 49 Chipping Hill (brick), 51 Chipping Hill, 53 Chipping Hill, 55 Chipping Hill (shop), site later 55A Chipping Hill, formerly barn.
W16916926 July 198071980Left to right, 43 Chipping Hill, 45 Chipping Hill (shop window), 47 Chipping Hill, 49 Chipping Hill (both brick). Landrover and horse box in front, visiting forge at 18 Chipping Hill.
W17017026 July 198071980Left to right, 43 Chipping Hill (centre, with chains in front), 45 Chipping Hill (shop window).
W17117126 July 198071980Barnardiston House (35 Chipping Hill), part.
W17217207, 081980Collingwood House (15 Collingwood Road), part.
W17317320 August 198081980Extreme left, part of Baird's maltings. Left of centre, Cooper Taber, five-storey glass seed-processing building. To its right, remains of old Cooper Taber building, mostly destroyed in fire in 1953. In Easton Road and Station Road.
W17417415 June 198161981Library, Maldon Road (on north side of northern (smaller) of the two entrances to the Park).
W17517521 July 198171981Congregational church, Newland Street (later United Reformed Church).
W17617621 July 198171981Chipping Hill infants' school, Church Street, old 'Medway hut' before demolition, from the east. Extreme left (brick), boys toilets. In this, the entrance, windows and urinals were all on the wall facing the Medway; the boys' ambition was to pee out of the windows (one succeeded as a dinner lady passed). Brick building showing between boys' toilets and Medway housed the girls' toilets and the teachers' toilet. Tower of St Nicolas church, with scaffolding, behind.
W17717722 July 198171981Chipping Hill infants' school, Church Street, old 'Medway hut', being demolished, from the south-west. On left, the building that housed the girls' toilets and the teachers' toilet, on right, boys' toilets. In the latter, the entrance, windows and urinals were all on the wall facing the Medway; the boys' ambition was to pee out of the windows (one succeeded as a dinner lady passed)
W17817823 July 198171981Library, Maldon Road (on north side of northern (smaller) of the two entrances to the Park).
W17917929 July 1981719818 Newlands Precinct (Childsplay, toy shop), decorated for Royal wedding (Prince Charles and Diana).
W18018029 July 198171981The Crotchet public house (130 Newland Street), decorated for Royal wedding (Prince Charles and Diana).
W18118129 July 198171981Left to right, 128 Newland Street, 126 Newland Street (both E.G.Coates, electrical shop), decorated for Royal wedding (Prince Charles and Diana).
W18218229 July 198171981Left to right, 128 Newland Street, 126 Newland Street (both E.G.Coates, electrical shop), decorated for Royal wedding (Prince Charles and Diana).
W18318329 July 198171981Left to right, part of 126 Newland Street, 124 Newland Street (under offer), part of 118 Newland Street, at time of Royal wedding (Prince Charles and Dians).
W18418429 July 198171981118 Newland Street (Highway Cottage), at time of Royal wedding (Prince Charles and Diana).
W18518529 July 198171981100 Newland Street (Batsford Court Hotel), with (on right) part of 98 Newland Street, decorated for Royal wedding (Prince Charles and Diana).
W18618629 July 198171981Left to right, 94 Newland Street (Lawn Cottage, green), 92 Newland Street, 90 Newland Street (both Byford, furniture, china, etc.), decorated for Royal wedding (Prince Charles and Diana).
W18718729 July 198171981Congregational church, Newland Street (later United Reformed Church), at time of Royal wedding.
W18818829 July 198171981Left to right, 88 Newland Street (Holt, butcher), 86 Newland Street (Eastern Gas), decorated for Royal wedding (Prince Charles and Diana).
W18918929 July 19817198186 Newland Street (Eastern Gas), at time of Royal wedding.
W19019029 July 198171981Left to right, 84 Newland Street, 82 Newland Street (both Coopers, fabrics, haberdashery, children's clothing), 80 Newland Street (Mellon's, decorating materials), with Medina Villas behind, decorated for Royal wedding (Prince Charles and Diana).
W19119129 July 19817198178 Newland Street (Michelle, florist, and Richards, funeral directors), decorated for Royal wedding (Prince Charles and Diana).
W19219229 July 19817198174 Newland Street and 76 Newland Street (both Rumbelow, electrical shop), at time of Royal wedding (Prince Charles and Diana).
W19319329 July 198171981Left to right, 72 Newland Street (Adams, children's wear), 70 Newland Street (Martin, newsagent), decorated for Royal wedding (Prince Charles and Diana). Also view down Guithavon Street.
W19419429 July 198171981Left to right, 64 Newland Street (DER television rental), 62 Newland Street (part) (Witham Sports), decorated for Royal wedding (Prince Charles and Diana). To the left of no 64 is a red telephone box, probably the K6 Jubilee type designed by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott and introduced in 1936, but not put here after 1945 to judge from other photos.
W19519529 July 198171981Left to right, 62 Newland Street (part) (China charm), 60 Newland Street (Kingston, butcher), 58 Newland Street (Bairstow Eves, estate agent), decorated for Royal wedding (Prince Charles and Diana).
W19619629 July 198171981Left to right, 56 Newland Street (Hilton, shoes), 54 Newland Street (Edmund Wilkes, optician) (part), at time of Royal wedding (Prince Charles and Diana).
W19719729 July 198171981Left to right, George public house (36 Newland Street), 34 Newland Street (ladies' clothes), 32 Newland Street (Witham Travel Ltd.), 30 Newland Street (Waide Pollarde, clothes), 28 Newland Street (H.W.Stone, electrical?), decorated for Royal wedding (Prince Charles and Diana).
W19819816 October 1981101981Left to right, 41 Maldon Road, and old Maldon Road school, formerly community centre, later Parkside youth centre.
W19919916 October 1981101981Old Maldon Road school, formerly Community Centre, later Parkside youth centre.
W20020016 October 1981101981Old Quaker meeting house, Maldon Road (39 Maldon Road). After the Quakers left it was the Peculiar People's chapel until the 1930s, and then later the Freemason's lodge.
W20120105 February 19752197589 Newland Street, 91 Newland Street (showing old fascia for Central Garage, visible during renovation), 93 Newland Street (James Abbott, estate agent), 95 Newland Street (part) (National Westminster Bank).
W20220205 February 19752197591 Newland Street, part of old fascia visible during renovation, ('CENTRAL GARAGE & ENGINEERING WORKS').
W20320305 February 19752197591 Newland Street, old fascia visible during renovation, ('Office and Stores. 91. CENTRAL GARAGE & ENGINEERING WORKS').
W20420405 February 19752197591 Newland Street, part of old fascia visible during renovation, ('Office & Stores. 91').
W20520505 February 19752197591 Newland Street, old fascia visible during renovation, ('Office and Stores. 91. CENTRAL GARAGE & ENGINEERING WORKS').
W20620605 February 19752197591 Newland Street, part of old fascia visible during renovation, ('WORKS').
W20720705 February 197521975132 Newland Street ('Mill Lane Tropicals'), and building on corner of Mill Lane and Newland Street ('Gents hairdressing' - probably Frank O'Brien or his successor).
W20820809 March 19753197548 Church Street ('Grocer. V.J.Wood. General'). Mr and Mrs Wood had left the day before (8 March 1975).
W20920927 June 197561975Old water tower, Cressing Road. Demolished two days later (29 June 1975).
W21021027 June 197561975Old water tower, Cressing Road, close-up. Demolished two days later (29 June 1975).
W21121127 June 197561975Old water tower and house, Cressing Road. Tower demolished two days later (29 June 1975).
W21221227 June 197561975Old water tower, Cressing Road, in distance from south. Tower demolished two days later (29 June 1975). Braintree railway line in front, with train. Probably Whitehead's farm in the distance.
W21321327 June 197561975Gate across Witham to Braintree railway line, north of Cherry Tree public house in Cressing Road. Notice says 'ANY PERSON WHO OMITS TO SHUT AND FASTEN THIS GATE / IS LIABLE TO A PENALTY NOT EXCEEDING FORTY SHILLINGS'.
W21421427 June 197561975Old water tower, Cressing Road, in distance from footbridge over railway at top of Church Street. Tower demolished two days later (29 June 1975). Braintree railway line in front. Houses in Ebenezer Close on left.
W21521527 June 197561975Level crossing over Braintree railway line between Cherry Tree public house (Cressing Road), and Church Street. Shows crossing keeper's house (Cherry Tree cottage).
W21621627 June 197561975Looking north up Cressing Road. Cherry Tree public house on left. Old water tower, Cressing Road, in distance. (Tower demolished two days later (29 June 1975). Houses on Templars estate on right.
W21721721 September 197591975Water tower, Cross Road, looking south down Rickstones Road. Houses in Rickstones Road also.
W21821821 September 197591975Water tower, Cross Road, close-up, with Council yard in front.
W21921921 September 197591975Second World War pill box in Cut Throat Lane, closeup. Later demolished for electricity sub-station.
W22022021 September 197591975Second World War pill box in Cut Throat Lane. Later demolished for electricity sub-station. Baird's maltings in background.
W22122121 September 197591975Old railway turntable in Cut Throat Lane. To the right after the level crossing, when going away from station.
W22222221 September 197591975Old railway turntable in Cut Throat Lane. To the right after the level crossing, when going away from station. Crittall's window store behind.
W22322321 September 197591975Old railway turntable in Cut Throat Lane. To the right after the level crossing, when going away from station.
W22422421 September 197591975Level crossing over Braintree railway line, in Cut Throat Lane, facing away from station. Old turntable is to the right.
W22522521 September 197591975Old Urban District Council offices, part of 12 Collingwood Road (later Citizen's Advice Bureau), on the south side of the Public Hall. Over door is 'WITHAM U.D.C. / 1934'.
W22622621 September 197591975Swiss chalet' behind old Urban District Council offices, part of 12 Collingwood Road (later Citizen's Advice Bureau). 'Gent's hairdressing', probably Frank O'Brien or his successor. Chalet was probably built originally in grounds behind the Whitehall, 18 Newland Street, and then the land changed hands.
W22722721 September 197591975Witham Bowls club, Collingwood Road. Seen looking north from garden behind old Urban District Council offices, part of 12 Collingwood Road (later Citizen's Advice Bureau). Baird's maltings behind.
W22822821 September 197591975Garden behind old Urban District Council offices, part of 12 Collingwood Road (later Citizen's Advice Bureau).
W22922921 September 197591975Garden behind old Urban District Council offices, part of 12 Collingwood Road (later Citizen's Advice Bureau) (dark).
W23023021 September 197591975On left, back of Langleys (10 Collingwood Road). On right, back of old Urban District Council offices, part of 12 Collingwood Road (later Citizen's Advice Bureau).
W23123121 September 197591975On left, old Urban District Council offices, part of 12 Collingwood Road (later Citizen's Advice Bureau). On right, Langleys (10 Collingwood Road).
W23223221 September 197591975Riding school, Collingwood Road, later the site of The Paddocks. Seen from garden behind old Urban District Council offices, part of 12 Collingwood Road (later Citizen's Advice Bureau). Houses in the Avenue behind.
W23323321 September 197591975Stone tablet in wall in garden behind old Urban District Council offices, part of 12 Collingwood Road, reading 'A.C.M. 1923' [Arthur Charles Mens]
W23423425 January 197611976View from Chipping Hill green in snow. On left, left to right, 22 Chipping Hill, 20 Chipping Hill, 18 Chipping Hill (forge house). On right, right to left, 51 Chipping Hill (behind telegraph pole), 47 Chipping Hill (brick), 45 Chipping Hill (shop window), 43 Chipping Hill (white), 37 Chipping Hill (brick), Barnardiston House (35 Chipping Hill) (grey).
W23523525 January 197611976View from Chipping Hill green in snow. Left to right, St Nicolas church tower, 30 Chipping Hill, 28 Chipping Hill, 26 Chipping Hill.
W23623625 January 197611976Chipping Hill green in snow. In centre, the forge (18 Chipping Hill). On right, White Horse public house (2 Church Street). On left, left to right, 30 Chipping Hill, 28 Chipping Hill. St Nicolas church tower behind.
W23723720 February 197621976Corner of Highfields Road and Spinks Lane, looking west into Blunts Hall Road. 1-5 Highfields Road on right.
W23823820 February 197621976Spinks Lane, looking north from east side, with hedge along eastern path being cut down. Railings of Bramston school field on right. 1-5 Highfields Road in background.
W23923920 February 197621976Spinks Lane, looking north from west side, with hedge along eastern path being cut down. Bramston school field on right. 1-5 Highfields Road in background. Bus on road.
W24024020 February 197621976Spinks Lane, looking north from west side, with hedge along eastern path being cut down. Bramston school field on right. 1-5 Highfields Road in background.
W24124120 February 197621976South end of Spinks Lane, from south. On left, 3 Spinks Lane. In centre, railings of Bramston school.
W24224220 February 197621976South end of Spinks Lane, from Bridge Street. On left, Poplar Hall, Hatfield Road.
W24324325 February 19762197655 Chipping Hill, previously Charlie Rallings' shoe repairers shop. Close-up of shop window with advertising boards etc.
W24424425 February 19762197655 Chipping Hill, previously Charlie Rallings' shoe repairers shop. Close-up of shop window with advertising boards etc.
W24524525 February 19762197655 Chipping Hill, previously Charlie Rallings' shoe repairers shop. Door and shop window with advertising boards etc. On right, site later 55A Chipping Hill, formerly barn.
W24624625 February 19762197655 Chipping Hill, previously Charlie Rallings' shoe repairers shop. Close-up of advertising board in shop window.
W24724725 February 19762197655 Chipping Hill, previously Charlie Rallings' shoe repairers shop. Close-up of advertising boards in shop window.
W24824821 June 197661976Post Office at 9 Church Street (centre, white). Closed shortly afterwards, and new one set up at 2 Rickstones Road instead. On left, Woolpack public house (7 Church Street) with lorry unloading. On right, old Quaker burial ground next to 11 Church Street (Totscotts). Lady with pram and dog.
W24924921 June 197661976Post Office at 9 Church Street. Closed shortly afterwards, and new one set up at 2 Rickstones Road instead.
W25025029 June 1976619768 Collingwood Road, new building being built for Health Authority. Seen from Newlands precinct looking east. On left, Collingwood House (15 Collingwood Road). On right, part of 27 Newlands shopping centre.
W25125118 September 197691976Braintree railway line from road bridge between Braintree Road and Cressing Road, looking north. On left, house in St Nicholas Road.
W25225218 September 197691976Braintree railway line from road bridge between Braintree Road and Cressing Road, looking south. On right, back of Crittall's window factory.
W25325318 September 197691976View east from platform of railway station, including main line and branch to Braintree.
W25425417 October 1976101976Old maltings, Collins Lane, from end of Collins Lane looking south. Later turned into 12 Grove Shopping Centre, Superdrug.
W25525517 October 1976101976Old maltings, Collins Lane, from yard at end of Collins Lane looking south. Later turned into 12 Grove Shopping Centre, Superdrug.
W25625617 October 1976101976Collins Lane, looking from its south end back towards Newland Street. On left, left to right, backs of 31 Newland Street and 29 Newland Street. On right (white), back of 13 Newland Street.
W25725717 October 1976101976Collins Lane, looking from its south end back towards Newland Street. On extreme left, back of part of 29 Newland Street. In centre and right (white), left to right, backs of 13 Newland Street, 11 Newland Street, 9 Newland Street.
W25825817 October 1976101976Collins Lane looking south from Newland Street. In centre, at end of lane, old maltings, in Collins Lane. Later turned into 12 Grove Shopping Centre, Superdrug. On left, part of 13 Newland Street, on right, part of 29 Newland Street. Includes photographer's bicycle.
W25925917 October 197610197640 Newland Street (Lisa Marie) being altered. On right, part of George public house (36 Newland Street).
W26026017 October 1976101976Old maltings, Collins Lane. Later turned into 12 Grove Shopping Centre, Superdrug. Seen from top of fire escape at 37 Newland Street (then Tesco, later entrance to Grove shopping centre).
W26126117 October 19761019761 and 3 Maldon Road (in Shooting Field Lane, which was behind White Hart in Newland Street). Part probably Samaritans' office. Later part of Grove shopping centre. Building work visible on right.
W26226217 October 1976101976On left, old maltings, Collins Lane. Later turned into 12 Grove Shopping Centre, Superdrug. On right, 1and 3 Maldon Road (in Shooting Field Lane, which was behind White Hart in Newland Street). Part probably Samaritans' office. Later part of Grove shopping centre. Seen from south, from car park, also later part of Grove shopping centre.
W26326317 October 1976101976Offices at the Grove (1 Newland Street) (Sedgwick). On left, existing office, on right, new block under construction (later Mayland House?).
W26426417 October 1976101976Left to right, 4 Maldon Road (ThreeBees), old Baptist chapel (grey) (later Chapel House), 2 Maldon Road (with white and yellow signs, probably Jennings, betting shop), 2A Maldon Road (white sign board), 2B Maldon Road (white gables), 2C Maldon Road (white top, red sign, probably Empire House Chinese takeway), back of 39 Newland Street (tall, brick), and front of Newlands shopping centre (windows above).
W26526517 October 1976101976Left to right, 21 Maldon Road, 23 Maldon Road (brick houses), 25 Maldon Road ('Just Ralpa'?), 27 Maldon Road (A.J.M Glass), tree at Retreat. In distance on right (black), 37 Maldon Road (small newsagaents).
W26626617 October 1976101976Old blue and white street name on White Hart hotel, Newland Street, saying 'Maldon Road'.
W26726717 October 1976101976Left to right, 70 Newland Street (striped awning) (Martin, newsagent), 4 Guithavon Street (tall, white), 68 Guithavon Street (Farthing, greengrocer), 66 Newland Street (Interiors, antiques).
W26826817 October 1976101976Left to right, 64 Newland Street (television, probably DER), 62 Newland Street (west part) (Witham Sports), 62 Newland Street (east part) (Tooks bakers), 60 Newland Street (Kingstons butcher), 58 Newland Street (empty?), 56 Newland Street (awning), (Lloyd or Hilton, shoes), entrance to Newlands shopping centre.
W26926917 October 1976101976Left to right, 68 Guithavon Street (Farthing, fruit and greengrocer), 66 Newland Street (Interiors, antiques), 64 Newland Street (television, probably DER), 62 Newland Street (west part) (Witham Sports), 62 Newland Street (east part) (Tooks bakers), 60 Newland Street (Kingstons butcher), 58 Newland Street (empty?), 56 Newland Street (awning), (Lloyd or Hilton, shoes), entrance to Newlands shopping centre. To the left of 64 Newland Street is a red telephone box, probably the K6 Jubilee type designed by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott and introduced in 1936, but not put here after 1945 to judge from other photos.
W27027017 October 1976101976Left to right, 80 Newland Street (Mellons, decorating supplies), 78 Newland Street (part) (Michelle, florist), 78 Newland Street (part), Richards (funeral director), 76 Newland Street and 74 Newland Street (Stanwood, electrical), 74 Newland Street (Adams, childrens' wear), 70 Newland Street (striped awning) (Martin, newsagent), 68 Newland Street (Farthing, greengrocer).
W27127117 October 1976101976Left to right, 84 Newland Street and 82 Newland Street (Coopers, fabrics, haberdashery, children's clothes), 80 Newland Street (Mellons, decorating supplies), 78 Newland Street (part) (Michelle, florist), 78 Newland Street (part), Richards (funeral director), 76 Newland Street and 74 Newland Street (Stanwood, electrical).
W27227216 December 1976121976132 Newland Street, with old fascia reading 'M.Bright and Sons, wines and spirits' (dark).
W27327316 December 1976121976132 Newland Street, old fascia reading 'M.Bright and Sons, wines and spirits' (dark).
W27427416 December 1976121976132 Newland Street, old fascia reading 'M.Bright and Sons, wines and spirits' (dark).
W27527516 December 1976121976132 Newland Street, old fascia reading 'M.Bright and Sons, wines and spirits' (dark).
W27627630 January 197711976Left to right, 41 Newland Street (Gallant, clothing and sportswear), 43 Newland Street, 45 Newland Street (both the International Stores, grocery), 47 Newland Street (bay window) (part of Spread Eagle hotel).
W27727706 January 197711977New demountable hall ('diner') arriving on lorries for Chipping Hill infants' school, Church Street, new hall arriving in pieces. On left, from front, Susie Gyford in push chair, wall of school, shed (later 40A, 40B, 40C Church Street). On right, churchyard and part of St Nicolas church.
W27827806 January 197711977Chipping Hill infants' school, Church Street, crane waiting for new hall ('diner'). Children in playground, running in a 'caterpillar' line, after something in a TV programme. By door, with headscarf, Mrs Angela Dersley (dinner lady). On right, part of Cullens' seed warehouse at 49 Braintree Road and in White Horse Lane.
W27927906 January 197711977New demountable hall ('diner') arriving on lorries for Chipping Hill infants' school, Church Street, new hall arriving in pieces.
W28028006 January 197711977Chipping Hill infants' school, Church Street, crane waiting for new hall ('diner'). Children in playground.Children in playground, running in a 'caterpillar' line, after something in a TV programme. On right, part of Cullens' seed warehouse at 49 Braintree Road and in White Horse Lane.
W28128106 January 197711977Chipping Hill infants' school, Church Street. Men on right waiting to unload new hall ('diner'). Children in playground. Fourth from left, facing left, in grey duffle coat, is Philip Gyford. Probably Mrs Byford, shool secretary, in striped jacket in front. Wooden building on left is school office. On left, backs of houses in Chalks Road.
W28228206 January 197711977Chipping Hill infants' school, Church Street. 'The Line' waiting to go in after play. Mrs Nesta Hinchcliffe (teacher) at door with bell. Mrs Angela Dersley (dinner lady) in headscarf bending down. Wooden building on left is school office. On left, backs of houses in Chalks Road.
W28328306 January 197711977Chipping Hill infants' school, Church Street. Part of new hall ('diner') going into playground on lorry. Part of St Nicolas church on right.
W28428406 January 197711977Chipping Hill infants' school, Church Street. Part of new hall ('diner') being lowered onto site by crane. On right, part of Cullens' seed warehouse at 49 Braintree Road and in White Horse Lane.
W28528506 January 197711977Chipping Hill infants' school, Church Street. Part of new hall ('diner') being lowered onto site by crane. Behind, on left, part of Crittall's window factory in Braintree Road.
W28628606 January 197711977Chipping Hill school, Church Street, new hall arriving. Behind, on left, part of Crittall's window factory in Braintree Road. On right, Richard Harris, head.
W28728711 January 197711977Left to right, 25 Maldon Road ('Just Ralpa'?), 27 Maldon Road (A.J.M Glass).
W28828811 January 197711977Left to right, part of 72 Newland Street (Adams childrenswear), 70 Newland Street (striped awning, closed for alterations) (Martins newsagents), 1 Guithavon Street (behind Martins).
W28928911 January 197711977Left to right, 1 Chalks Road (brown door), 2 Chalks Road, 3 Chalks Road (green doors), 4 Chalks Road (white door).
W29029006 June 197761977The Gables (125-127 Newland Street), with Silver Jubilee decorations. On left, part of 123 Newland Street. On right, part of 129 Newland Street (surgery).
W29129112 February 19772197770 Newland Street, from rear, from Guithavon Street, and 1 Guithavon Street, during reconstruction.
W29229212 February 197721977Side of 74 Newland Street, seen from site of 70 Newland Street, during reconstruction of the latter.
W29329312 February 197721977Well at back of 70 Newland Street, revealed during reconstruction, close-up.
W29429412 February 197721977One of two wells at back of 70 Newland Street, revealed during reconstruction, close-up.
W29529512 February 197721977One of two wells at back of 70 Newland Street, revealed during reconstruction, close-up.
W29629612 February 197721977Back of 70 Newland Street, seen from rear during reconstruction. Part of the building in Guithavon Street on left. Site of one of the two wells visible.
W29729712 February 197721977Side of 74 Newland Street (on right), and part of back of 72 Newland Street, from back, accessed during reconstruction of 70 Newland Street.
W29829812 February 197721977From back of 70 Newland Street during its reconstruction, looking away from Newland Street west along Guithavon Street. Back of 70 on right. End of 3 Guithavon Street in centre, with backs of 7-17 Guithavon Street adjoining it to left.Side of 19 Guithavon Street (Colne House) beyond.
W29929912 February 19772197770 Newland Street and 1 Guithavon Street, rear, during reconstruction, looking north across Guithavon Street, showing 4 Guithavon Street (white).
W30030012 February 197721977Side of 74 Newland Street (on right), and part of back of 72 Newland Street, from back, accessed during reconstruction of 70 Newland Street.
W30130116 October 1981101981About 8 Mill Lane, wooden building (part of Shelley's) ('second hand goods bought and sold').
W30230216 October 1981101981Shelley's yard and sheds for storage and sale of second hand goods, Mill Lane. Formerly Drill yard. On left, 10 Mill Lane and 12 Mill Lane.
W30330316 October 198110198132 Mill Lane (formerly the Beehive).
W30430416 October 198110198134 Mill Lane.
W30530516 October 1981101981Part of 34 Mill Lane (on right) and brick building adjoining (on left).
W30630616 October 1981101981Left to right, part of back of Crown public house, Guithavon Street, 74 Mill Lane, 72 Mill Lane.
W30730716 October 1981101981All Saints church, Guithavon Street.
W30830816 October 1981101981All Saints church, Guithavon Street.
W30930916 October 198110198114 Guithavon Street (The Parsonage) in centre, part of 16 Guithavon Street (Woodhams) on left.
W31031016 October 198110198116 Guithavon Street (Woodhams) in centre, part of 14 Guithavon Street (The Parsonage) on right.
W31131116 October 1981101981Valley House (formerly Row Cottage), Guithavon Valley.
W3123127198215 Collingwood Road (Collingwood House).
W31331371982Old Quaker meeting house, Maldon Road (39 Maldon Road). After the Quakers left, it was the Peculiar People's chapel until the 1930s, and then later the Freemason's lodge. Being altered, from rear, looking west.
W31431471982Old Quaker meeting house, Maldon Road (39 Maldon Road). After the Quakers left it was the Peculiar People's chapel until the 1930s, and then later the Freemason's lodge. Being altered, from rear, looking west.
W31531571982Old Quaker meeting house, Maldon Road (39 Maldon Road). After the Quakers left it was the Peculiar People's chapel until the 1930s, and then later the Freemason's lodge. Being altered, from rear, looking north-west. In centre (white), back of 31 Maldon Road. On right, tree at entrance to The Retreat.
W31631671982Old Quaker meeting house, Maldon Road (39 Maldon Road). After the Quakers left it was the Peculiar People's chapel until the 1930s, and then later the Freemason's lodge.Being altered, from rear, looking west.
W31731771982Field at rear of old Quaker meeting house, Maldon Road (39 Maldon Road). After the Quakers left it was the Peculiar People's chapel until the 1930s, and then later the Freemason's lodge. Looking north (later Grove shopping centre and Tesco supermarket). On right, part of Sedgwick office (Mayland House?). Behind (white), Whitehall (18 Newland Street). On left, hedge at back of properties in Maldon Road.
W31831871982Field at rear of old Quaker meeting house, Maldon Road (39 Maldon Road). After the Quakers left it was the Peculiar People's chapel until the 1930s, and then later the Freemason's lodge. Looking north (later Grove shopping centre and Tesco supermarket). On left, part of Sedgwick office (Mayland House?).
W31931971982Field at rear of old Quaker meeting house, Maldon Road (39 Maldon Road). After the Quakers left it was the Peculiar People's chapel until the 1930s, and then later the Freemason's lodge. Looking north (later Grove shopping centre and Tesco supermarket). On right, part of Sedgwick office (Mayland House?). Behind (white), Whitehall (18 Newland Street). On left, hedge at back of properties in Maldon Road.
W32032071982Ditch at back of old Quaker meeting house, Maldon Road (39 Maldon Road). After the Quakers left it was the Peculiar People's chapel until the 1930s, and then later the Freemason's lodge.
W32132171982Old Quaker meeting house, Maldon Road (39 Maldon Road). After the Quakers left it was the Peculiar People's chapel until the 1930s, and then later the Freemason's lodge. Being altered, from rear, looking west. On right, back of 35 Maldon Road and 33 Maldon Road.
W32232271982Old Maldon Road school (later Parkside youth centre), from south. Behind trees on right, old Quaker meeting house, Maldon Road (39 Maldon Road). After the Quakers left it was the Peculiar People's chapel until the 1930s, and then later the Freemason's lodge.
W32332371982Park and cricket ground, Maldon Road, looking west from car park south of old Maldon Road school (later Parkside youth centre), showing wall and bank.
W324324719823-17 Guithavon Street, from the east.
W3253257198219 Guithavon Street (Colne House), from the east. To its right, left to right, 21-37 Guithavon Street, Methodist church (tall windows), Methodist church hall (formerly church, tall gable), old clinic (with squared corners (former police station, later site of Mill Vale lodge).
W32632671982Left to right, 21-37 Guithavon Street, Methodist church (tall windows), Methodist church hall (formerly church, tall gable), old clinic (with squared corners (former police station, later site of Mill Vale lodge).
W3273277198225-37 Guithavon Street.
W32832871982Methodist church hall, Guithavon Street (formerly church). On right, wall of old clinic (former police station, later site of Mill Vale lodge).
W32932971982Old clinic, Guithavon Street (empty, former police station, later site of Mill Vale Lodge), from east.
W33033071982Old clinic, Guithavon Street (empty, former police station, later site of Mill Vale Lodge), from west.
W33133171982Old clinic, Guithavon Street (empty, former police station, later site of Mill Vale Lodge), from north.
W33233271982Back of 70 Newland Street and 1 Guithavon Street, looking west. To right, behind cars, end of 3 Guithavon Street. On right-hand side of road, wall and tree where Penhaligon Court built later.
W33333320 July 198271982Powershall, with barn, and pond with ducks.
W33433420 July 198271982Blunts Hall from east.
W33533520 July 198271982Old Mill house, Guithavon Valley, from east.
W33633620 July 198271982Blue Mills, from entrance, with postbox.
W33733720 July 198271982Olivers farm, from south, with cottage behind.
W33833815 October 1982101982Left to right, 7 Chalks Road, 8 Chalks Road (behind tree), 9 Chalks Road (with roof off), 10 Chalks Road (pink door).
W33933917 October 1982101982Poster of James Smyth company, Stowmarket museum (dark) (see M286 in M photos).
W34034024 October 1982101982Rickstones Road, by Rickstones school field, looking north, with Rickstones farmhouse at end. Susie Gyford (left) and Phil Gyford (right).
W34134111 November 1982111982100-134 Church Street (Chipping Hill terrace).
W34234211 November 1982111982116-134 Church Street (part of Chipping Hill terrace).
W34334311 November 198211198277 Church Street (prefabs) being demolished. Looking east towards houses in Church Street.
W34434411 November 198211198213-23 Bramston Green (prefabs) awaiting demolition.
W34534511 November 198211198218-24 Bramston Green (prefabs) awaiting demolition. River walk and houses in Glebe Crescent at back.
W34634611 November 19821119826-10 Bramston Green (prefabs) being demolished.
W34734711 November 1982111982c.81-83 Church Street (prefabs) being demolished.
W34834811 November 198211198287 Church Street and prefab at 85 Church Street, looking south down Church Street.
W34934911 November 1982111982Church Street looking north, including prefabs on left awaiting demolition.
W35035011 November 1982111982Church Street looking north, including prefabs on left awaiting demolition.
W35135115 November 198211198266 Newland Street and 68 Newland Street with roof off (left), 4 Guithavon Street (white), awaiting extension, from rear, from Guithavon Street.
W35235215 November 19821119824 Guithavon Street, awaiting extension, from rear, from Guithavon Street.
W35335315 November 198211198266 Newland Street and 68 Newland Street with roof off (left), 4 Guithavon Street (white), awaiting extension, from rear, from Guithavon Street (dark).
W35435415 November 198211198266 Newland Street and 68 Newland Street with roof off (left), 4 Guithavon Street (white), awaiting extension, from rear, from north-west at corner of corner of Newlands precinct (across garden, later site of Penhaligon Court).
W35535515 November 198211198266 Newland Street and 68 Newland Street with roof off (left), 4 Guithavon Street (white), awaiting extension, from side, from north from back yard near corner of Newlands precinct.
W35635603 February 198321983General Post Office, part of 5 Newland Street, before extension to right.
W35735703 February 198321983Left to right (all parts of 5 Newland Street), part of chemist's shop (Stoffer and Hunter), General Post Office (before extension to right), High House (Eureka Indian Tandoori Restaurant).
W35835803 February 198321983Left to right, building formerly Pinkham's glove factory (1 Chipping Hill), the Albert public house (2 Chipping Hill), Collingwood Road railway bridge, Braintree Road, 1 and 2 Easton Road (Slythe's monumental masons). Site in front of glove factory later 71 Collingwood Road (poll tax/Council tax office).
W35935903 February 198321983Left to right, 67 Collingwood Road, 65 Collingwood Road, 63 Collingwood Road, 61 Collingwood Road. 59 Collingwood Road, 57 Collingwood Road. In front of 67, the Jubilee oak and seat. Hill in Collingwood Road is edge of earthworks, probably Anglo Saxon burh.
W36036003 February 198321983Left to right, the Jubilee oak and seat, 8 Guithavon Valley, 6 Guithavon Valley, 4 Guithavon Valley, 2 Guithavon Valley. Hill down road is edge of earthworks, probably Anglo Saxon burh.
W36136103 February 198321983Building formerly Pinkham's glove factory (1 Chipping Hill).
W36236228 April 198341983Freeland House (20 Maldon Road), from north-east.
W36336328 April 198341983Left to right, Freeland House (20 Maldon Road), back entrance to Spread Eagle inn (49 Newland Street). From east.
W36436428 April 198341983Left to right, 50 Maldon Road (behind telegraph pole), car park in front of old library, 38 Maldon Road (white), 36 Maldon Road, from north-east.
W36536528 April 198341983Left to right, 54 Maldon Road (park lodge, black and white), entrance to park, 52 Maldon Road (white porch), 50 Maldon Road, car park in front of old library, from north-east.
W36636628 April 198341983Side of 139 Newland Street, from side entrance of 129 Newland Street.
W36736728 April 198341983Back of 141 Newland Street and 139 Newland Street, from back of 129 Newland Street.
W36836810 May 198351983Left to right, 31 Newland Street (part) (Kiddimart, children's clothes), 31 Newland Street (part) (shoe repairs), 33 Newland Street (empty), 35 Newland Street (Woolworth), 37 Newland Street (Tesco, later entrance to Grove shopping centre), White Hart hotel (striped).
W36936910 May 198351983Left to right, corner of Red Lion (7 Newland Street), 9 Newland Street (Woolwich Building Society), 11 Newland Street (Rooks, bakers), 13 Newland Street (E.Bixby, goldsmith and silversmith), entrance to Collins Lane.
W37037010 May 198351983Red Lion (7 Newland Street). On right, 9 Newland Street (Woolwich Building Society).
W37137110 May 198351983Left to right, 5A Newland Street (B.Clarke, optician), 5B Newland Street (E.W.Noakes, electrical engineer).
W37237210 May 198351983Left to right (both parts of 5 Newland Street), General Post Office, (High House (Eureka Indian Tandoori Restaurant).
W37337310 May 198351983Left to right, Sedgwick's offices (1 Newland Street), 3 Newland Street (Freebornes) (Kempco, stationers, in left part, Tommy Tucker, takeaway, in right part).
W37437410 May 198351983Left to right, Crown public house (Guithavon Street), old fire station at corner of Mill Lane and Guithavon Street, 74 Mill Lane (white boards).
W37537510 May 198351983Left to right, Crown public house (Guithavon Street), old fire station at corner of Mill Lane and Guithavon Street, 74 Mill Lane (white boards).
W37637610 May 198351983Left to right, Crown public house (Guithavon Street), 74 Mill Lane (white boards).
W37737710 May 198351983Left to right, 151 Newland Street (part) (Motormania), the Swan (153 Newland Street), 155 Newland Street, 157 Newland Street (both Ginetta, makers of racing cars), with petrol pumps.
W37837810 May 198351983Faragon Terrace (59-67 Bridge Street).
W37937910 May 198351983George and Dragon public house (29 Bridge Street).
W38038010 May 198351983Left to right, end of 9 Bridge Street (white), sign in front of Morning Star public house (13 Bridge Street), 23 Bridge Street, 25 Bridge Street, 27 Bridge Street (all three half-timbered), 27A Bridge Street (Witham Antiques).
W38138110 May 198351983View east over Newland Bridge, including left to right, 149 Newland Street, 151 Newland Street (both white, Motormania), 153 Newland Street, 155 Newland Street (both Ginetta, makers of racing cars), with petrol pumps, 1 Bridge Street, 3 Bridge Street, 5 Bridge Street.
W38238210 May 1983519831-9 Bridge Street.
W38338310 May 1983519831 Bridge Street, with river walk to left.
W38438410 May 198351983Left to right (all Co-op), 103 Newland Street, 105 Newland Street, entrance to Kings Chase, 113 Newland Street (Pelican House), 115 Newland Street.
W38538522 May 198351983Blue Mills bridge from top of Blue Mills mill, looking west, during open day.
W38638622 May 198351983Blue Mills from rear, during open day.
W38738722 May 198351983Blue Mills from rear, with river, during open day.
W38838822 May 198351983Blue Mills, main house from front, during open day.
W38938922 May 198351983Blue Mills, from side, during open day.
W39039001 August 198381983Piece of glass with poem on, found at 126-128 Newland Street (now in Chelmsford and Essex museum) (dark). It reads 'Abercrombie. Stand on the funeral Pile, immortal Fame, / Broad Starrs adorn, thy brightest Robe; / Thy thousand voices, sound his name, / In silver accents round the Globe. / Glory, with all her Lamps shall burn, / To watch the Warriors, sleeping lay, / 'Till the last Trumpet, rouse his --urne / To aid the Tryumphs of the Day ! ! EV [or EN].
W39139101 August 198381983Piece of glass with poem on, found at 126-128 Newland Street (now in Chelmsford and Essex museum). It reads 'Abercrombie. Stand on the funeral Pile, immortal Fame, / Broad Starrs adorn, thy brightest Robe; / Thy thousand voices, sound his name, / In silver accents round the Globe. / Glory, with all her Lamps shall burn, / To watch the Warriors, sleeping lay, / 'Till the last Trumpet, rouse his --urne / To aid the Tryumphs of the Day ! ! EV [or EN].
W39239201 August 198381983Piece of glass with poem on, found at 126-128 Newland Street (now in Chelmsford and Essex museum). It reads 'Abercrombie. Stand on the funeral Pile, immortal Fame, / Broad Starrs adorn, thy brightest Robe; / Thy thousand voices, sound his name, / In silver accents round the Globe. / Glory, with all her Lamps shall burn, / To watch the Warriors, sleeping lay, / 'Till the last Trumpet, rouse his --urne / To aid the Tryumphs of the Day ! ! EV [or EN].
W39339301 August 198381983Piece of glass with poem on, found at 126-128 Newland Street (now in Chelmsford and Essex museum). It reads 'Abercrombie. Stand on the funeral Pile, immortal Fame, / Broad Starrs adorn, thy brightest Robe; / Thy thousand voices, sound his name, / In silver accents round the Globe. / Glory, with all her Lamps shall burn, / To watch the Warriors, sleeping lay, / 'Till the last Trumpet, rouse his --urne / To aid the Tryumphs of the Day ! ! EV [or EN].
W39439427 November 1983111983Powershall, with barn on right.
W39539527 November 1983111983Powershall, with barn on right and pond in front. Susie Gyford and ducks.
W39639627 November 1983111983Wheelers farm, Blunts Hall Road.
W39739722 August 198481984Looking from Albert Road across railway station towards station car park. Includes (left), five-storey glass building of Cooper Taber (seed merchants), old building of same company (brick, remaining from fire in 1953), office block at end of Easton Road.
W39839816 September 198491984Left to right, 30 Newland Street (Waide Pollarde, clothing), 28 Newland Street (H.W.Stone, electrical goods).
W39939916 September 198491984Left to right, 34 Newland Street (GK Motor Factors), 32 Newland Street (Witham Travel Limited), 30 Newland Street (Waide Pollarde, clothing).
W40040016 September 198491984Bottom of Newland Street, north side, including left to right 124 Newland Street (black timbers), 118 Newland Street (Highway Cottage), 102-116 Newland Street (formerly Parion's caravan sales, later Newland Court), 100 Newland Street (Batsford Court Hotel).
W40140116 September 198491984123 Newland Street, from front (empty?).
W40240216 September 198491984123 Newland Street, from front (empty?).
W40340316 September 198491984123 Newland Street, from front (empty?). Close-up of entrance to cellar.
W40440416 September 198491984123 Newland Street, from front (empty?).
W40540516 September 198491984137 Newland Street, cottage at rear (with red and black brickwork, probably early 18th century).
W40640616 September 198491984Part of old waterworks, behind 153 Newland Street (the Swan).
W40740716 September 198491984Part of old waterworks, behind 153 Newland Street (the Swan).
W40840816 September 198491984Remains of old swimming pool, behind 153 Newland Street (the Swan), showing the steps.
W40940916 September 198491984Remains of old swimming pool, behind 153 Newland Street (the Swan), showing the edge.
W41041016 September 198491984Remains of old swimming pool, behind 153 Newland Street (the Swan).
W41141116 September 198491984Waterworks cottages, behind 153 Newland Street (the Swan).
W41241216 September 1984919849-21 Mill Lane (Avon Terrace).
W41341316 September 198491984On left, 5 Mill Lane, 7 Mill Lane, and 9-21 Mill Lane (Avon Terrace). On right, about 8 Mill Lane, wooden building (then or formerly part of Shelley's) ('second hand goods bought and sold').
W41441416 September 198491984Left to right, part of 129 Newland Street (surgery), 137 Newland Street (chemist; for sale), 139 Newland Street (red awning, name not visible).
W41541516 September 198491984Left to right, side of 121 Newland Street, 123 Newland Street (behind), 125 Newland Street (the Gables, for sale), 127 Newland Street.
W41641616 September 198491984View across Newland Street from site of 102-116 (formerly Parion's caravans; later Newland Court). Left to right, 113 Newland Street (Pelican House, part of Co-op), 115 Newland Street (Co-op, probably food centre), 117 Newland Street, 119 Newland Street, 121 Newland Street.
W41741716 September 198491984Left to right, part of 95 Newland Street (National Westminster Bank), 97 Newland Street (Lloyd's Bank), 99 Newland Street (Spar, grocery 'Eight till late'), part of 101 Newland Street (part of Co-op).
W41841816 September 198491984Left to right, Spread Eagle hotel, Newland Street (47 Newland Street and 49 Newland Street), 51 Newland Street (Sue Ryder, charity shop).
W41941916 September 198491984White Hart hotel, Newland Street.
W42042016 September 198491984Left to right, 39 Newland Street and 41 Newland Street (Gallant's, clothing and sportswear), 43 Newland Street (empty), 45 Newland Street (empty), part of Spread Eagle hotel (47 Newland Street and 49 Newland Street).
W42142116 September 198491984Left to right, (all part of 5 Newland Street), small part of Stoffer and Hunter (chemist), General Post Office, High House (probably Squares, club).
W42242216 September 198491984War memorial, Newland Street (west corner of The Avenue) (dark).
W42342316 September 198491984British Legion Hall, Newland Street (between the Avenue and Avenue Road). Iceni House (Inland Revenue, tax office) behind.
W42442416 September 198491984Glovers Motors, Newland Street (east corner of the Avenue).
W42542516 September 198491984Roman Catholic church, Newland Street (east corner of Avenue Road, later a house). Part of Presbytery on left.
W42642616 September 198491984Grove Cottages, Newland Street.
W42742716 September 198491984Buildings on north side of Newland Street, between the Avenue and Avenue Road. Left to right, British Legion Hall (single story), Iceni House (Inland Revenue, tax office, tall), unknown (yellow brick, single storey), Hurrell and Beardwell garage (west corner of Avenue Road).
W42842816 September 198491984Police station, Newland Street.
W42942916 September 198491984Health Clinic, Mayland Road, behind 3 Newland Street (Freebornes). Before building of Freebornes Court between the two.
W43043016 September 198491984Victoria Cottages, Maltings Lane.
W43143116 September 198491984Victoria Cottages, Maltings Lane.
W43243216 September 198491984The maltings, Maltings Lane, and maltings house. Later Denholm Court and Maltings Court.
W43343316 September 198491984Jacksons farm, Maltings Lane.
W43443416 September 198491984Victoria Cottages, Maltings Lane, and view down Maltings Lane from west.
W43543516 September 198491984Jack and Jenny, Hatfield Road (corner of Maltings Lane).
W43643609 September 198591985Left to right, 38 Church Street and 36 Church Street (part of Charity Row, old parish workhouse), being renovated, showing timbers behind plaster.
W43743709 September 198591985Left to right, 38 Church Street and 36 Church Street (part of Charity Row, old parish workhouse), being renovated, showing timbers behind plaster.
W43843809 September 198591985Left to right, 38 Church Street and 36 Church Street, 34 Church Street, 32 Church Street (part of Charity Row, old parish workhouse), being renovated, showing timbers behind plaster, and plaque with initials.
W43943909 September 198591985Left to right, 38 Church Street and 36 Church Street (part of Charity Row, old parish workhouse), being renovated, showing timbers behind plaster.
W44044003 October 1985101985West Stow, near Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk (reconstructed Saxon village). Visit by Templars Junior School. Ann McDevitt (teacher) in centre (yellow jacket).
W44144103 October 1985101985West Stow, near Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk (reconstructed Saxon village). Visit by Templars Junior School. Ann McDevitt (teacher) in centre (yellow jacket).
W44244203 October 1985101985West Stow, near Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk (reconstructed Saxon village). Visit by Templars Junior School. Ann McDevitt (teacher) in centre (yellow jacket).
W44344329 December 198512198516 Chipping Hill (Bramstons).
W44444429 December 198512198514 Chipping Hill (Recess).
W44544529 December 1985121985Left to right, 12 Chipping Hill, 10 Chipping Hill.
W44644629 December 198512198514 Chipping Hill (Recess). Tower of St Nicolas church on left.
W44744729 December 198512198516 Chipping Hill (Bramstons).
W44844829 December 198512198524 Chipping Hil, from green.
W44944929 December 1985121985Left to right, 4 Chipping Hill (The Grange), 2 Chipping Hill (Albert public house).
W45045029 December 1985121985Left to right, 62 Avenue Road, 60 Avenue Road (double fronted), 58 Avenue Road (white), and 46-56 Avenue Road (probably 46 jutting out at right).
W45145129 December 1985121985Left to right, 1 Easton Road (Slythe's monumental masons), 2 Easton Road (Easton House), 64 Avenue Road (yellow door), 62 Avenue Road (red door).
W45245229 December 1985121985Co-op dairy, Highfields Road (later site of Fiveways, Co-op shop).
W45345329 December 1985121985Co-op dairy, Highfields Road (later site of Fiveways, Co-op shop).
W45445429 December 1985121985Co-op dairy, Highfields Road (later site of Fiveways, Co-op shop).
W45545529 December 1985121985Church House, Collingwood Road, being refurbished. 50 Collingwood Road on the right.
W45645629 December 1985121985Church House, Collingwood Road, being refurbished. 50 Collingwood Road on the right.
W45745729 December 1985121985Back of Church House, Collingwood Road, being refurbished.
W45845829 December 1985121985Crittall's window factory, Braintree Road, from Braintree Road.
W45945907 May 19865198672 Newland Street (Adams, childrenswear), from side, showing laths underneath plaster, and the side of the brick front. Parking restriction sign in front.
W46046007 May 19865198672 Newland Street (Adams, childrenswear), from side, showing laths underneath plaster, and the side of the brick front.
W46146107 May 19865198672 Newland Street (Adams, childrenswear), from side, showing laths underneath plaster, and the side of the brick front.
W46246207 May 198651986Left to right, 59 Newland Street (Barclays bank), 61 Newland Street (Town and Country Building Society) showing false brick front at top, 63 Newland Street (Mondy, ironmongers).
W46346307 May 198651986Part of old Pinkham's glove factory (1 Chipping Hill). Empty. The southern, earlier, end, inscribed '1912'.
W46446407 May 198651986Left to right, 2 Albert Road, 4 Albert Road (formerly used as the first Pinkham's glove factory), part of 6 Albert Road.
W46546507 May 198651986Left to right, 13 Albert Road, 14 Albert Road (both formerly used as the second Pinkham's glove factory), part of 15 Albert Road.
W46646607 May 198651986Albert Road, looking west from corner near 15 Albert Road. The slope upwards is the edge of the earthworks, probably the Anglo Saxon burh.
W46746707 May 19865198615 Albert Road.
W46846807 May 198651986Left to right, 20 Albert Road, 21 Albert Road, 22 Albert Road, 23 Albert Road, backs of 26 Braintree Road, 28 Braintree Road (behind shed), 30 Braintree Road, Cullen's seed warehouse (part of 49 Braintree Road). The bank with the hedge, in the centre, is the edge of the earthworks, probably the Anglo-Saxon burh; it also forms the slope in front of the Albert Road houses.
W46946907 May 198651986On left, front garden of 23 Albert Road, on right, hedge and bank behind 30 Braintree Road. The slope of the front gardens, and the bank, are the edge of the earthworks, probably the Anglo-Saxon burh. See W468 for wider view.
W47047007 May 198651986On left, front gardens of 22 Albert Road and 23 Albert Road, on right, hedge and bank behind 30 Braintree Road. The slope of the front gardens, and the bank, are the edge of the earthworks, probably the Anglo-Saxon burh. See W468 for wider view.
W47147108 May 19865198660 Rickstones Road, showing bollards formerly at the Whitehall (18 Newland Street).
W47247208 May 198651986Back of 16 Chipping Hill (Bramstons), seen from White Horse Lane, showing edge of earthworks, probably the Anglo-Saxon burh.
W47347308 May 198651986Garden of 'Hunsett', White Horse Lane, showing edge of earthworks, probably the Anglo-Saxon burh.
W47447408 May 198651986Left to right, garden of 'Hunsett', White Horse Lane, showing edge of earthworks, probably the Anglo-Saxon burh, Saddle Lodge, White Horse Lane, and back of 16 Chipping Hill (Bramstons).
W47547519 June 198661986Newlands car park from Guithavon Street, showing railings formerly in front of Guithavon Street school.
W47647619 June 19866198618 Newland Street (library, formerly Whitehall).
W47747719 June 198661986Three sketch maps showing development of Witham.
W47847824 August 198681986Left to right, 40 Newland Street (Lisa Marie, women's clothes), entrance to Lockram Lane, 38 Newland Street (Eastern Electricity showroom).
W47947924 August 198681986Bramston Sports Centre, Bridge Street, from Bridge Street.
W48048024 August 198681986Left to right, 12 Bridge Street (brick and white), 10 Bridge Street (cream/green), 8 Bridge Street (brick).
W48148124 August 198681986Left to right, part of 30 Bridge Street (motorcycles), 28 Bridge Street (white house).
W48248224 August 198681986Fire station, Hatfield Road.
W48348324 August 198681986Left to right, All Saints church, Guithavon Street, and Newlands car park from Guithavon Street, showing railings formerly in front of Guithavon Street school.
W48448424 August 198681986Plaque on back wall of Newlands car park (with All Saints churchyard behind), with 'E.C.Smith 1867' on it, for Edward Charles Smith.
W48548524 August 198681986View from east end of Armond Road looking north, with railway viaduct on left and Labour Hall (69 Collingwood Road). Bank is edge of earthworks, probably Anglo-Saxon burh.
W48648624 August 198681986Moat farm bridge, bottom of Moat farm chase.
W48748723 September 198691986Window, shutters and door, at forge, 18 Chipping Hill.
W48848823 September 198691986Window, shutters and door, at forge, 18 Chipping Hill.
W48948923 September 198691986Windows and shutters at forge, 18 Chipping Hill.
W49049023 September 198691986Windows and shutters at forge, 18 Chipping Hill.
W49149123 September 198691986Broad mead (adjoining east side of Witham by pass) fropm south-west, with sign reading 'FOR SALE / 28 ACRES / PART OF / CRESSING TEMPLE ESTATE / 364 Acres - 8 Lots Available / SAVILLS / 0245 269311'.
W49249223 September 198691986Broad mead (adjoining east side of Witham by pass) fropm south-west, with sign reading 'FOR SALE / 28 ACRES / PART OF / CRESSING TEMPLE ESTATE / 364 Acres - 8 Lots Available / SAVILLS / 0245 269311'.
W49349323 September 198691986Broad mead (adjoining east side of Witham by pass) fropm south-west, with sign reading 'FOR SALE / 28 ACRES / PART OF / CRESSING TEMPLE ESTATE / 364 Acres - 8 Lots Available / SAVILLS / 0245 269311'.
W49449423 September 198691986Broad mead (adjoining east side of Witham by pass) looking south from west side.
W49549523 September 198691986Broad mead (adjoining east side of Witham by pass) looking east across north end towards Little Braxted.
W49649628 September 198691986River Blackwater, with geese. Looking north, several hundred yards west of Blue Mills.
W49749728 September 198691986Blue Mills bridge from south-west.
W49849828 September 198691986Barn of former Ishams farm, Ishams Chase, from west.
W49949928 September 198691986Barn of former Ishams farm, Ishams Chase, from east.
W50050028 September 198691986Blue mills from south.
W50150128 September 198691986Blue mills, the mill building from Blue Mills bridge.
W50250228 September 198691986Benton Hall from the south.
W50350328 September 198691986Benton Hall from the south.
W50450428 September 198691986View of fields near Benton Hall.
W50550528 September 198691986Freeland House (20 Maldon Road), from back. Designed by Frederick Chancellor, 1862.
W50650628 September 198691986Freeland House (20 Maldon Road), from side. Designed by Frederick Chancellor, 1862.
W50750728 September 198691986Old Maltings building which had its entrance in Collins Lane (later turned into 12 Grove Shopping Centre, Superdrug). Close-up of black and red brickwork, probably from west (Maldon Road) end.
W50850828 September 198691986Crittall's window factory, Braintree Road, from south-west.
W50950919 October 1986101986Sauls bridge, Maldon Road showing original parapet on east side, from road looking north-east towards building site.
W51051019 October 1986101986The maltings, Maltings Lane (Nitrovit), and maltings house. Later Denholm Court and Maltings Court.
W51151119 October 1986101986Part of the maltings, Maltings Lane (Nitrovit). Later part of Denholm Court and Maltings Court.
W51251219 October 1986101986Part of the maltings, Maltings Lane (Nitrovit). Later part of Denholm Court and Maltings Court.
W51351319 October 1986101986Part of the maltings, Maltings Lane (Nitrovit), and maltings house. Later part of Denholm Court and Maltings Court.
W51451419 October 1986101986Part of the maltings, Maltings Lane (Nitrovit), and maltings house. Later part of Denholm Court and Maltings Court.
W51551519 October 1986101986Part of the maltings, Maltings Lane (Nitrovit), and maltings house. Later part of Denholm Court and Maltings Court.
W51651619 October 1986101986The maltings, Maltings Lane (Nitrovit), and maltings house, from distance, looking west along Maltings Lane. Later part of Denholm Court and Maltings Court.
W51751719 October 1986101986The maltings, Maltings Lane (Nitrovit), and maltings house, from distance, looking east along Maltings Lane. Later part of Denholm Court and Maltings Court.
W51851819 October 1986101986Back of Jack and Jenny public house from Maltings Lane. Old trees on Witham Lodge estate behind.
W51951919 October 1986101986Bridge Hospital, Hatfield Road (formerly Witham Union workhouse).
W52052019 October 1986101986Bridge Hospital, Hatfield Road (formerly Witham Union workhouse).
W52152119 October 1986101986Bridge Hospital, Hatfield Road (formerly Witham Union workhouse).
W52252219 October 1986101986Poplar Hall, Hatfield Road, west corner of Spinks Lane.
W52352319 October 19861019865 Howbridge Road (site of 19th century windmill behind).
W52452419 October 19861019865 Howbridge Road (site of 19th century windmill behind).
W52552519 October 1986101986Bramston School, Spinks Lane.
W52652619 October 1986101986Cuppers farmhouse (19 Blunts Hall Road).
W52752719 October 1986101986Cuppers farmhouse (19 Blunts Hall Road).
W52852819 October 1986101986Blunts Hall Drive.
W52952919 October 1986101986Earthworks in garden in Blunts Hall road, seen from west (Blunts Hall cottages? - west of Blunts Hall).
W53053019 October 1986101986Earthworks in garden in Blunts Hall road, seen from west (Blunts Hall cottages? - west of Blunts Hall).
W53153119 October 1986101986Earthworks in garden in Blunts Hall road, seen from west (Blunts Hall cottages? - west of Blunts Hall).
W53253219 October 1986101986Earthworks in garden in Blunts Hall road, seen from north (Blunts Hall cottages? - west of Blunts Hall).
W53353319 October 1986101986Earthworks in garden in Blunts Hall road, seen from west (Blunts Hall cottages? - west of Blunts Hall).
W53453419 October 1986101986Guithavon Road, south side from west.
W53553519 October 1986101986Guithavon Valley, north end. Left to right, side of 8 Guithavon Valley, 48 Collingwood Road (two gables), back of 55 Collingwood Road (behind trees), back of 53 Collingwood Road. The hill up the road is the edge of the earthworks, probably the Anglo Saxon burh
W53653620 January 198711987View south-west from west of 55A Chipping Hill, across river walk to Saxon Drive. Machine for dumping earth from drainage excavation. In snow.
W53753720 January 198711987View south-east from west of 55A Chipping Hill, across river walk to Moat Farm estate. Earth from drainage excavation. In snow.
W53853820 January 198711987Left to right, 22 Chipping Hill, 20 Chipping Hill (both brick), 18 Chipping Hill (forge house, partly behind machine), 51 Chipping Hill, 53 Chipping Hill, 55 Chipping Hill (with shop window), 55A Chipping Hill. Road closed for drainage excavation. In snow.
W53953920 January 198711987St Nicolas church, icicles, in snow.
W5405401987Field north of Holly Walk (lent to John Gyford; missing 2001 !)
W5415411987View from south-east corner of Old Rectory, Rectory Lane, Rivenhall (lent to John Gyford; missing 2001 !)
W5425421987Old Rectory, Rectory Lane, Rivenhall (lent to John Gyford; missing 2001 !)
W5435431987Old Rectory, Rectory Lane, Rivenhall (lent to John Gyford; missing 2001 !)
W5445441987Old Rectory, Rectory Lane, Rivenhall (lent to John Gyford; missing 2001 !)
W5455451987Field between Rickstones Road and Forest Road (lent to John Gyford; missing 2001 !)
W54654601 February 19872198711 Church Street (Totscotts).
W54754701 February 198721987Front wall and trees of Quaker burial ground next to 11 Church Street (Totscotts).
W54854801 February 198721987Front wall and trees of Quaker burial ground next to 11 Church Street (Totscotts).
W54954901 February 198721987Woolpack public house (7 Church Street), and view up Church Street.
W55055001 February 198721987The Avenue looking north. Old Pinkham's glove factory (1 Chipping Hill) at top.
W55155101 February 198721987The Avenue looking north. Old Pinkham's glove factory (1 Chipping Hill) at top.
W55255201 February 198721987War memorial, Newland Street, west corner of the Avenue, with wreaths.
W55355301 February 198721987Whitehall Court, behind 18 Newland Street (Library, formerly Whitehall). On right, brick wall between 18 Newland Street at 16 Newland Street (Roslyn House).
W55455401 February 198721987Lockram Lane, east end, looking west. In background, left to right, Telephone Exchange (in the Newlands and Collingwood Road, pale brick), and back of 9 Collingwood Road and 7 Collingwood Road (Lockram Villas, red brick).
W55555501 February 198721987War memorial, Newland Street, west corner of the Avenue, with wreaths.
W55655601 February 198721987All Saints churchyard, one side of tombstone of Edward Charles Smith and Mary Keningale Smith. Inscription reads 'EDWARD CHARLES SMITH / OF COLLINGWOOD HOUSE / BORN 12 DEC 1821, DIED 24 MARCH 1889'. See W563 for location.
W55755701 February 198721987All Saints churchyard, one side of tombstone of Edward Charles Smith and Mary Keningale Smith. Inscription reads 'ALSO OF HIS WIFE / MARY KENINGALE SMITH / BORN 4TH SEPTEMBER 1823, DIED 29TH JULY 1916 / "BLESSED ARE THE PURE IN HEART". See W563 for location.
W55855801 February 198721987All Saints churchyard, tombstone of Round family including Auriol Round, near Lockram Lane entrance, looking east. Fallen cross in middle. Newlands precinct in background.
W55955901 February 198721987All Saints churchyard, tombstone of Round family including Auriol Round, near Lockram Lane entrance, looking east. Fallen cross in middle. Newlands precinct in background.
W56056001 February 198721987All Saints churchyard, tombstone of Round family including Auriol Round, near Lockram Lane entrance, looking east. Close-up of fallen cross in middle.
W56156101 February 198721987All Saints churchyard, tombstone of Round family including Auriol Round, near Lockram Lane entrance, looking east. Close-up of inscription on fallen cross in middle. Reads 'IN MEMORIAM / AURIO F. [?] ROUND / Lieutenant, 2nd Essex Regiment / Wounded near Le Cateau / Died 5 September 1914 Aged 22 / THE HAPPY WARRIOR'.
W56256201 February 198721987All Saints churchyard, tombstone of John Cook, view of name on kerb only (probably 1905). See W563 for location.
W56356301 February 198721987All Saints churchyard, tombstones of John Cook, Edward Charles Smith and Mary Keningale Smith. See W556, W557, W562 for details.
W56456401 February 198721987West end of Lockram Lane, looking west down hill into Guithavon Valley. Left to right, backs of Valley House, Guithavon Valley, 31 Guithavon Valley, 29 Guithavon Valley.
W56556501 February 198721987Old bed of river Brain west of Armond Road.
W56656601 February 198721987Moat farm' (house made from outbuildings of former Moat farm), doves and dove cote. Seen from Moat farm chase.
W56756720 March 198731987Mug with picture of Newland Street decorated for 'Visit of Princess Louise to Witham' (in May 1885). Lent by Mr and Mrs Owers.
W56856820 March 198731987Mug with picture of Newland Street decorated for 'Visit of Princess Louise to Witham' (in May 1885). Lent by Mr and Mrs Owers.
W56956917 April 198741987Cut Throat Lane from west. On left, back wall of Crittall's window factory. This corner used by Anglia Fixing.
W57057017 April 198741987Left to right, 23 Albert Road (person at door), Cullen's seed warehouse (49 Braintree Road, white), 24-32 Albert Road.
W57157117 April 198741987Braintree Road (left) and Albert Road (right), from south. Flower stall between the two. Crittall's window factory visible up Braintree Road.
W57257217 April 198741987Albert Road from south-west. Flower stall on left. Railway station on right.
W57357317 April 198741987Albert Road from Easton Road car park, looking north-west. Left to right, 15 Albert Road (white), 15A Albert Road, small part of Crittall's window factory. Shows section through earthworks, probably Anglo Saxon burh.
W57457417 April 198741987Albert Road from Easton Road car park, looking north-west. Left to right, 12A Albert Road (new, red brick), 13 Albert Road, 14 Albert Road (tall, semi-detached), 15 Albert Road (white), small part of Crittall's window factory, car repairs in Easton Road. Shows section through earthworks, probably Anglo Saxon burh.
W57557517 April 198741987Albert Road from Easton Road car park, looking north-west. Left to right, part of 9 Albert Road (tall), 10 Albert Road, 11 Albert Road (white semi-detached), 12 Albert Road (white), 12A Albert Road (new, red brick), 13 Albert Road, 14 Albert Road (tall, semi-detached), 15 Albert Road (white), 15A Albert Road, small part of Crittall's window factory, car repairs in Easton Road. Railway station left foreground. Shows section through earthworks, probably Anglo Saxon burh.
W57657617 April 198741987Easton Road. Backs of houses on south side, from east end.
W57757717 April 198741987Albert Road from Easton Road car park, looking north-west. Left to right, part of 8 Albert Road (yellow brick), 9 Albert Road (tall), 10 Albert Road, 11 Albert Road (white semi-detached), 12 Albert Road (white), 12A Albert Road (new, red brick), 13 Albert Road, 14 Albert Road (tall, semi-detached), 15 Albert Road (white), 15A Albert Road, small part of Crittall's window factory. Railway station left foreground. Shows section through earthworks, probably Anglo Saxon burh.
W57857817 April 198741987Left to right, 50 Avenue Road (behind trees), 48 Avenue Road (with car), part of 46 Avenue Road.
W57957917 April 19874198714 Avenue Road (Littmans) (probably including with bricks from the old Grove, 1 Newland Street).
W58058017 April 198741987Roman Catholic church, Newland Street (corner of Avenue Road), with Presbytery on left.
W58158117 April 198741987Roman Catholic church, Newland Street (corner of Avenue Road). Probably part of Baird's maltings or Cooper Taber seeds behind on left.
W58258217 April 198741987All Saints churchyard from Guithavon Street (grave of Rebecca Cook is under cedar tree).
W58358317 April 198741987Millbridge Road.
W58458417 April 198741987Earthworks in garden in Blunts Hall road, west side seen from south (Blunts Hall cottages? - west of Blunts Hall).
W58558517 April 198741987Earthworks in garden in Blunts Hall road, west side seen from south (Blunts Hall cottages? - west of Blunts Hall).
W58658617 April 198741987Earthworks in garden in Blunts Hall road, looking towards Blunts Hall along south side from west (Blunts Hall cottages? - west of Blunts Hall).
W58758717 April 198741987Earthworks in garden in Blunts Hall road, distant view from south-west, including house (Blunts Hall cottages? - west of Blunts Hall).
W58858817 April 198741987Ivy Chimneys, Hatfield Road.
W58958917 April 198741987Ivy Chimneys, Hatfield Road.
W59059017 April 198741987All Saints churchyard, tombstone of Rebecca Cook, under cedar tree. Reads 'In Loving Memory / of / REBECCA COOK / WHO DIED FEBRUARY 2ND 1879[?] / AGED 88 YEARS / ALSO OF HER SON / BENJAMIN KENINGALE COOK / WHO DIED JULY 20TH 1855 / AGED 25 YEARS'.
W59159117 April 198741987All Saints churchyard, tombstone of Rebecca Cook, under cedar tree. Reads 'In Loving Memory / of / REBECCA COOK / WHO DIED FEBRUARY 2ND 1879 / AGED 88 YEARS / ALSO OF HER SON / BENJAMIN KENINGALE COOK / WHO DIED JULY 20TH 1855 / AGED 25 YEARS'.
W59259217 April 198741987All Saints churchyard, tombstone of Rebecca Cook, under cedar tree. Reads 'In Loving Memory / of / REBECCA COOK / WHO DIED FEBRUARY 2ND 1879[?] / AGED 88 YEARS / ALSO OF HER SON / BENJAMIN KENINGALE COOK / WHO DIED JULY 20TH 1855 / AGED 25 YEARS'.
W59359317 April 198741987Jubilee oak, from Guithavon Valley. In background, left to right, 42 Collingwood Road (white bungalow), 40 Collingwood Road (detached), 38 Collingwood Road and 36 Collingwood Road (semi-detached).
W59459407 September 198791987Maltings which had its entrance in Collins Lane, being rebuilt, seen from Collins Lane (later turned into 12 Grove Shopping Centre, Superdrug).
W59559507 September 198791987Maltings which had its entrance in Collins Lane, being rebuilt, seen from Collins Lane (later turned into 12 Grove Shopping Centre, Superdrug).
W59659607 September 198791987Maltings which had its entrance in Collins Lane, being rebuilt, seen from Collins Lane (later turned into 12 Grove Shopping Centre, Superdrug).
W59759707 September 198791987Maltings, Collins Lane, being rebuilt
W59859807 September 198791987Grove shopping centre under construction, seen from east of Parkside in Maldon Road. Tesco clock tower right of centre. To its left, beams of Maltings which had its entrance in Collins Lane (later turned into 12 Grove Shopping Centre, Superdrug). Probably Mayland House (Sedgwick) on right.
W59959907 September 198791987Grove shopping centre under construction, seen from east of Parkside in Maldon Road. Tesco clock tower left of centre. To its left, beams of Maltings which had its entrance in Collins Lane (later turned into 12 Grove Shopping Centre, Superdrug). Probably Mayland House (Sedgwick) on right.
W60060007 September 198791987Grove shopping centre under construction, seen from entrance to new roadway south of Parkside in Maldon Road. Noticeboard with builders etc.
W60160107 September 198791987Maldon Road, looking up to Parkside and new road under construction.
W60260207 September 198791987Grove shopping centre under construction, seen from entrance to new roadway south of Parkside in Maldon Road.
W60360307 September 198791987Grove shopping centre under construction, from entry from Malon Road (formerly Shooting Field Lane). Left of centre, with roof timbers exposed, maltings which had its entrance in Collins Lane (later turned into 12 Grove Shopping Centre, Superdrug).
W60460407 September 198791987Grove shopping centre under construction, from Maldon Road. On left, corner of builders yard at 7-19 Maldon Road (Brown's). On right, part of 21 Maldon Road.
W60560507 September 198791987End (west) wall of Swan public house (153 Newland Street), with part of 'Home brewed beer' sign painted on wall.
W60660607 September 198791987End (west) wall of Swan public house (153 Newland Street), with part of 'Home brewed beer' sign painted on wall.
W60760707 September 198791987Swan public house (153 Newland Street), and end wall of 151 Newland Street with plaster off showing construction underneath, seen from west.
W60860807 September 198791987151 Newland Street, close-up from west, with plaster off showing construction underneath.
W60960907 September 198791987151 Newland Street with plaster off showing construction underneath, and also old metal post in pavement.
W61061007 September 198791987Close-up of metal post in pavement 151 Newland Street.
W61161107 September 198791987The Cottage', Kings Chase, from the north.
W61261207 September 198791987Park in Maldon Road from about a third of the way down the west side, looking south-east past the southern cedar. Shows play area, swings, slide etc. In background, cricket ground and cricket pavilion.
W61361307 September 198791987Park in Maldon Road from about a third of the way down the west side, looking east-south-east past the two cedar trees and the sweet chestnut tree. Library in background on left. Sight-screen on cricket ground on right.
W61461407 September 198791987Cricket ground and cricket pavilion, looking south from southern boundary of Park in Maldon Road.
W61561507 September 198791987Brown's builders' yard, 7-19 Maldon Road. On right, 21 Maldon Road and 23 Maldon Road.
W61661625 September 198791987Plan of Witham in 1680 by Charles Bannister (poor pic).
W61761727 September 198791987Shelley's yard and sheds for storage and sale of second hand goods, Mill Lane. Formerly Drill yard.
W61861827 September 198791987On left, Shelley's yard and sheds for storage and sale of second hand goods, Mill Lane. Formerly Drill yard. On right, 149 Newland Street and 151 Newland Street (Motormania).
W61961927 September 198791987Big brick building at end of Shelley's yard for storage and sale of second hand goods, Mill Lane. Formerly Drill yard.
W62062027 September 198791987Big brick building at end of Shelley's yard for storage and sale of second hand goods, Mill Lane. Formerly Drill yard.
W62162127 September 198791987Big brick building at end of Shelley's yard for storage and sale of second hand goods, Mill Lane. Formerly Drill yard.
W62262227 September 198791987Shelley's yard and sheds for storage and sale of second hand goods, Mill Lane. Formerly Drill yard.
W62362327 September 198791987Entrance to Shelley's yard and sheds for storage and sale of second hand goods, Mill Lane. Formerly Drill yard. On left (white), about 8 Mill Lane, wooden building (part of Shelley's).
W62462427 September 198791987Looking north from Mill Lane car park. Left to right, about 8 Mill Lane (white wooden building, part of Shelley's), entrance to Shelley's yard and sheds for storage and sale of second hand goods, Mill Lane (formerly Drill yard), car park of 132 Newland Street (A.J.M.Glass), building near corner (blue, 'Sizzlers', takeaway), side of 132 Newland Street (A.J.M.Glass), view up bottom of Newland Street.
W62562527 September 198791987Mill Lane looking north at east side, from grass on site of former tannery on west side. Left to right, new houses, Orchard Lodge (small, projecting window), Little Orchards (large, L-shaped).
W62662627 September 198791987Clifton House, Mill Lane.
W62762727 September 198791987St Nicolas churchyard, tombstone of Matthew Nichols and Priscilla Hawes (very dark).
W62862801 November 1987111987On left, St Nicolas church tower, with corner glebe field in front, showing damage and fallen tree, after 'hurricane' of 16 October 1987. On right, left to right, 30 Chipping Hill, 28 Chipping Hill, 26 Chipping Hill. People left to right, Susie Gyford, John Gyford.
W62962901 November 1987111987River walk from Chipping Hill after 'hurricane' of 16 October 1987. Saxon Drive in background.
W63063001 November 1987111987Left to right, St Nicolas church tower, 30 Chipping Hill, 28 Chipping Hill, 26 Chipping Hill, showing damage after 'hurricane' of 16 October 1987.
W63163101 November 1987111987River walk from Chipping Hill green after 'hurricane' of 16 October 1987. Saxon Drive in background. Corner of 30 Chipping Hill on right.
W63263203 January 198811988Left to right, 40A, 40B, 40C Church Street (small, brick), 28-40 Church Street (long, Charity Row, old parish workhouse), 26 Church Street (with overhang), 24 Church Street (extreme right), both part of old parish workhouse.
W63363303 January 198811988St Nicolas church from south-east, reflecting winter sun.
W63463403 January 198811988St Nicolas church from south-east, reflecting winter sun.
W63563503 January 198811988St Nicolas church from south-east, reflecting winter sun.
W63663603 January 198811988Left to right, 34 Church Street, 32 Church Street, (part of old parish workhouse) with plaque showing date and initials.
W63763703 January 198811988Left to right, 34 Church Street, 32 Church Street, (part of old parish workhouse) close-up of plaque showing date and initials.
W63863803 January 198811988Looking east from St Nicolas church yard. Left to right, 40A, 40B, 40C Church Street (small, brick), 28-40 Church Street (long, Charity Row, old parish workhouse), 26 Church Street (with overhang), 24 Church Street (extreme right), both part of old parish workhouse.
W63963903 January 198811988St Nicolas church, south porch, closeup (before doors put on outside of porch).
W64064003 January 198811988St Nicolas church, south porch (before doors put on outside of porch).
W64164103 January 198811988St Nicolas church, south side. On left, the south porch (before doors put on outside of porch), on right the Lady Chapel (formerly the chapel of St Mary's chantry). On right, left to right, 40A, 40B and 40C Church Street (brick), 36-40 Church Street (part of old parish workhouse).
W64264203 January 198811988St Nicolas church, south side. On left, the south porch (before doors put on outside of porch), on right the Lady Chapel (formerly the chapel of St Mary's chantry).
W64364303 January 198811988Bottom of Church Street from the north. Left to right, 40A, 40B, 40C Church street (brick), 28-40 Church Street (long, part of old parish workhouse), 26 Church Street (overhanging first floor), 28 Church Street (last two also part of old parish workhouse), 22 Church Street (broick), end of 6 Church Street, White Horse (2 Church Street, overhanging first floor), Barnardiston House (35 Chipping Hill, Georgian). On right, St Nicolas churchyard.
W64464403 January 198811988St Nicolas church from west, showing tower.
W64564503 January 198811988Left to right, Old Vicarage, Chipping Hill, St Nicolas church tower, St Nicolas church hall, from west.
W64664603 January 198811988Left to right, Old Vicarage, Chipping Hill, St Nicolas church tower, St Nicolas church hall, from west.
W64764703 January 198811988Left to right, Old Vicarage, Chipping Hill, St Nicolas church tower, St Nicolas church hall, 30 Chipping Hill, from west, from Chipping Hill bridge (parapet in front).
W64864803 January 198811988Mill House (1 Powershall End), looking north-north-east. House in Chipping Dell in background.
W64964903 January 198811988Mill House (1 Powershall End), looking north-west. Old barn at Spring Lodge Community Centre, just visible in background to right of house.
W65065003 January 198811988Spring Lodge (3 Powershall End).
W65165103 January 198811988Left to right, part of vet's surgery (low), old barn at Spring Lodge Community Centre, part of Spring Lodge (3 Powershall End), seen from south.
W65265203 January 198811988Left to right, part of vet's surgery (low), old barn at Spring Lodge Community Centre, part of Spring Lodge (3 Powershall End), seen from south.
W65365303 January 198811988Left to right, old barn at Spring Lodge Community Centre, part of vet's surgery (low), seen from south-west.
W65465403 January 198811988Left to right, 26 Powershall End (Stourton), part of 28 Powershall End.
W65565503 January 198811988Left to right, 28 Powershall End, 30 Powershall End. Seen from track to Faulkbourne.
W65665603 January 198811988Spring behind houses on north side of Powershall End that is possibly site of spa (according to Ordnance Survey map). Approxmiately behind 55 Powershall End (dark).
W65765703 January 198811988Spring behind houses on north side of Powershall End that is possibly site of spa (according to Ordnance Survey map). Approxmiately behind 55 Powershall End (dark).
W65865803 January 198811988Spring behind houses on north side of Powershall End that is possibly site of spa (according to Ordnance Survey map). Approxmiately behind 55 Powershall End (dark).
W65965903 January 198811988Spring behind houses on north side of Powershall End that is possibly site of spa (according to Ordnance Survey map). Approxmiately behind 55 Powershall End (dark).
W66066003 January 198811988Junction of Flora Road (in foreground) and Powershall End. Left to right, the Chestnuts (54 Powershall End), Spa Place (58 Powershall End).
W66166103 January 198811988Spa Place (58 Powershall End).
W66266203 January 198811988Spa Place (58 Powershall End).
W66366303 January 198811988Spa Place (58 Powershall End).
W66466403 January 198811988Blunts Hall Road, west of Blunts Hall cottages[?] (i.e. the 'back lane), looking west towards Wheelers farm, after storm.
W66566503 January 198811988Blunts Hall Road, west of Blunts Hall cottages[?] (i.e. the 'back lane), looking west towards Wheelers farm, after storm.
W66666608 January 198811988Little Elms public house, Dorothy Sayers Drive (formerly Elm farm), close-up from south-west.
W66766708 January 198811988Little Elms public house, Dorothy Sayers Drive (formerly Elm farm), from south-west.
W66866808 January 198811988Little Elms public house, Dorothy Sayers Drive (formerly Elm farm), from south-west.
W66966908 January 198811988Houses on site of Elm Hall farm, Cressing Road, looking north from Conrad Road, with Faulkourne Hall in distance to left.
W67067008 January 198811988Back of Cherry Tree public house, Cressing Road, from south, with orchard, later site of houses in Upper Acres.
W67167124 January 198811988Moat Farm bridge, looking north-west (same view as painting by A.B.Bamford). Tower of St Nicolas church left of centre. Back of 37 Chipping Hill (Oaklands) right of centre, with back of Barnardiston House (35 Chipping Hill) to its right, and house called Moat farm (made from outbuildings of Moat farm) front right.
W67267224 January 198811988Moat Farm bridge, looking north-west (same view as painting by A.B.Bamford). Tower of St Nicolas church left of centre. Back of 37 Chipping Hill (Oaklands) right of centre, with back of Barnardiston House (35 Chipping Hill) to its right, and house called Moat farm (made from outbuildings of Moat farm) front right.
W67367324 January 198811988Moat Farm bridge, looking north-west (same view as painting by A.B.Bamford). Tower of St Nicolas church left of centre. Back of 37 Chipping Hill (Oaklands) right of centre, with back of Barnardiston House (35 Chipping Hill) to its right, and house called Moat farm (made from outbuildings of Moat farm) front right.
W67467424 January 198811988River walk between Moat farm bridge and Chipping Hill bridge, looking north-west across river, showing trees brought down by the 'hurricane' of 16 October 1987. In background on right, St Nicolas church hall.
W67567524 January 198811988River walk between Moat farm bridge and Chipping Hill bridge, looking north-west across river, showing trees brought down by the 'hurricane' of 16 October 1987. Left to right in background, St Nicolas church hall (low red brick), back of 55A Chipping Hill (Bridge House), St Nicolas church tower, back of 55 Chipping Hill, back of 53 Chipping Hill, bnack of 51 Chipping Hill, back of 49 Chipping Hill, back of 47 Chipping Hill (last two jut out).
W67667624 January 198811988River walk between Moat farm bridge and Chipping Hill bridge, looking north-west across river, showing trees brought down by the 'hurricane' of 16 October 1987. Left to right in background, Old Vicarage, St Nicolas church hall (low red brick), back of 55A Chipping Hill (Bridge House), St Nicolas church tower, back of 55 Chipping Hill, back of 53 Chipping Hill, bnack of 51 Chipping Hill, back of 49 Chipping Hill, back of 47 Chipping Hill (last two jut out).
W67767724 January 198811988River walk between Moat farm bridge and Chipping Hill bridge, looking north-west across river, showing trees brought down by the 'hurricane' of 16 October 1987. Left to right in background, Old Vicarage, St Nicolas church tower, St Nicolas church hall (low red brick).
W67867824 January 198811988River walk between Moat farm bridge and Chipping Hill bridge, looking north-west across river, showing trees brought down by the 'hurricane' of 16 October 1987. Left to right in background, Old Vicarage, St Nicolas church tower, St Nicolas church hall (low red brick).
W67967924 January 198811988Left to right, 6-8 Powershall End (later 8 Powershall End) (red brick), mill house (1 Powershall End, yellow brick, Chipping bridge, from river walk looking north. Similar view to drawing by Mrs Bramston c.1840 (in E.R.O. D/DLu 17/4).
W68068024 January 198811988Left to right, Spring Lodge (3 Powershall End), Mill House (1 Powershall End), old barn at Spring Lodge Community Centre, Mill house (1 Powershall End).
W68168124 January 198811988Spring Lodge (3 Powershall End).
W68268224 January 198811988Garden of Mill house (1 Powershall End) with mill pond, showing site of mill to right of house over small arches, looking north-west from Chipping bridge.
W68368324 January 198811988Garden of Mill house (1 Powershall End) with mill pond, showing site of mill to right of house over small arches, looking north-west from Chipping bridge.
W68468424 January 198811988Left to right, sixteenth-century wall in Powershall End (formerly belonging to the mansion of Witham Place, which stood behind it until the 19th century), parapet of Chipping bridge, Mill house (1 Powershall End) with mill pond, showing site of mill to right of house over small arches. Old barn at Spring Lodge Community Centre, just visible in background to right of house. Looking west from Chipping bridge.
W68568524 January 198811988Left to right, sixteenth-century wall in Powershall End (formerly belonging to the mansion of Witham Place, which stood behind it until the 19th century), parapet of Chipping bridge, Mill house (1 Powershall End) with mill pond, showing site of mill to right of house over small arches. Old barn at Spring Lodge Community Centre, just visible in background to right of house. Looking west from Chipping bridge.
W68668624 January 198811988Left to right, sixteenth-century wall in Powershall End (formerly belonging to the mansion of Witham Place, which stood behind it until the 19th century), parapet of Chipping bridge, Mill house (1 Powershall End) with mill pond, showing site of mill to right of house over small arches. Old barn at Spring Lodge Community Centre, just visible in background to right of house. Looking west from Chipping bridge.
W68768731 January 198811988North side of St Nicolas church from east. In foreground, north chapel, formerly St John's chantry. On right, part of Old Vicarage.
W68868831 January 198811988Left to right, sixteenth-century wall in Powershall End (formerly belonging to the mansion of Witham Place, which stood behind it until the 19th century), parapet of Chipping bridge, Mill house (1 Powershall End) with mill pond, showing site of mill to right of house over small arches. Old barn at Spring Lodge Community Centre, just visible in background to right of house. Looking west from Chipping bridge.
W68968931 January 198811988Garden of Mill house (1 Powershall End) with mill pond, showing site of mill to right of house over small arches. Old barn at Spring Lodge Community Centre, in background to right of house. Looking west from Chipping bridge (over-exposed).
W69069031 January 198811988Garden of Mill house (1 Powershall End) with mill pond, showing site of mill to right of house over small arches. Old barn at Spring Lodge Community Centre, in background to right of house. Looking west from Chipping bridge.
W69169131 January 198811988Garden of Mill house (1 Powershall End) with mill pond, showing site of mill to right of house over small arches. Old barn at Spring Lodge Community Centre, in background to right of house. Looking west from Chipping bridge.
W69269231 January 198811988Garden of Mill house (1 Powershall End) with mill pond, showing site of mill to right of house over small arches. Old barn at Spring Lodge Community Centre, in background to right of house. Looking west from Chipping bridge.
W69369331 January 198811988Left to right, 6-8 Powershall End (later 8 Powershall End, red brick), Spring Lodge (3 Powershall End, white brick), old barn at Spring Lodge Community Centre (in background), Mill house (1 Powershall End, behind trees), Chipping bridge. From river walk looking north. Similar view to drawing by Mrs Bramston c.1840 (in E.R.O. D/DLu 17/4). On right, remains of trees blown down by the 'hurricane' of 16 October 1987.
W69469431 January 19881198888 Powershall End, with old railway carriage in garden, looking west along Powershall End. Victoria public house in background on right.
W69569531 January 198811988119 Powershall End.
W69669631 January 198811988Victoria public house, Powershall End.
W69769731 January 198811988Victoria public house, Powershall End.
W69869831 January 198811988Powershall from east, in distance.
W69969931 January 198811988Powershall from east, showing old barn left of centre.
W70070031 January 198811988Powershall from south-east, showing old barn left of centre.
W70170131 January 198811988Powershall from south, showing house on left, barn on right, pond in front.
W70270231 January 198811988Powershall from south, showing house on left, barn on right, pond in front, with geese.
W70370331 January 198811988Faulkbourne Hall in distance from river walk, north-west of Ebenezer Close.
W70470431 January 198811988Old orchard of former Vicarage grounds, on river walk, at corner of Chipping Dell and Bramston Green.
W70570531 January 198811988St.Nicolas churchyard, tombstone of Matthew Nicholls. Inscription reads:
‘Here lyeth the body of / Mat[ ] NICHOLS / w[ ]arted / th[ ]e / No[ ]ber the 2th8 1700 / Aged 41 years’. 22 Church Street behind on left (brick), 18 Church Street left of tree (gable).
W70670631 January 198811988St.Nicolas churchyard, tombstone of Matthew Nicholls. Inscription reads:
‘Here lyeth the body of / Mat[ ] NICHOLS / w[ ]arted / th[ ]e / No[ ]ber the 2th8 1700 / Aged 41 years’. Behind, left to right, 26 Church Street (gable), 24 Church Street (dormer), 22 Church Street (brick).
W70770731 January 198811988St.Nicolas churchyard, tombstone of Matthew Nicholls. Inscription reads:
‘Here lyeth the body of / Mat[ ] NICHOLS / w[ ]arted / th[ ]e / No[ ]ber the 2th8 1700 / Aged 41 years’. Behind, left to right,part of 28-40 Church Street (old parish workhouse, long, dormer windows), 26 Church Street (gable), 24 Church Street (dormer window), 22 Church Street (brick), 18 Church Street (gable, right of tree).
W70870814 February 198821988River Blackwater, west of Blue mills. Shows trees blown down in 'hurricane' of 16 October 1987.
W70970914 February 198821988Blue Mills bridge from south-east.
W71071014 February 198821988Maltings, Maltings Lane, close-up of boarding and shutters. Later part of Denholm Court and Maltings Court.
W71171114 February 198821988Maltings, Maltings Lane, part. Later part of Denholm Court and Maltings Court.
W71271214 February 198821988Maltings, Maltings Lane, inside. Later part of Denholm Court and Maltings Court. Too dark to see.
W71371314 February 198821988Maltings, Maltings Lane, base of tower. Later part of Denholm Court and Maltings Court.
W71471414 February 198821988Dengie farm from north. By-pass in front.
W71571514 February 198821988Dengie farm from north-west. By-pass in front.
W71671614 February 198821988Dengie farm from north. By-pass in front.
W71771714 February 198821988Howbridge Hall from south.
W71871814 February 198821988Howbridge Hall from south.
W71971914 February 198821988Howbridge Hall from south.
W72072014 February 198821988Howbridge Hall from east.
W72172114 February 198821988Cottage next to Howbridge Hall.
W72272214 February 198821988Cottage at Howbridge Hall
W72372314 February 198821988Old Mill house, Guithavon Valley, from west, across river Brain.
W72472414 February 198821988Old Mill house, Guithavon Valley, from west, across river Brain.
W72572504 March 198831988River walk near Armond Road, showing damage and fallen tree, after 'hurricane' of 16 October 1987.
W72672604 March 198831988River walk near Armond Road, showing damage and fallen tree, after 'hurricane' of 16 October 1987. Behind, on left, house in Earlsmead, on right part of old Pinkham's glove factory, 1 Chipping Hill.
W72772704 March 198831988River walk near Armond Road, showing damage and fallen tree, after 'hurricane' of 16 October 1987. Behind, on left, houses in Earlsmead.
W72872804 March 198831988Blunts Hall Drive, with Blunts Hall at end.
W72972904 March 198831988Old earthworks in garden of Blunts Hall cottage in Blunts Hall road. Looking east across pond, possibly old ditch or moat. Near new houses called 'Saxons'.
W73073004 March 198831988Old earthworks in garden of Blunts Hall cottage in Blunts Hall road. Looking east across pond, possibly old ditch or moat. Near new houses called 'Saxons'.
W73173104 March 198831988Blunts Hall from south, across field.
W73273204 March 198831988Blunts Hall from south, across field. Site of old earthworks is on left behind conifers etc.
W73373304 March 198831988Blunts Hall from south, across field.
W73473404 March 198831988Blunts Hall from south, across garden.
W73573504 March 198831988Blunts Hall from south, across field. Site of old earthworks is on left behind conifers etc.
W73673604 March 198831988Blunts Hall from south, across garden.
W73773704 March 198831988Looking east from field south of Blunts Hall to show 'halh' (shallow valley) after which the hall may have been name. Also towards site of former Battels tannery in Blunts Hall Road in distance.
W73873804 March 198831988Looking east from field south of Blunts Hall to show 'halh' (shallow valley) after which the hall may have been name. Also towards site of former Battels tannery in Blunts Hall Road in distance.
W73973904 March 198831988Stream at back of former Battels tannery, behind houses on south side of Blunts Hall Road.
W74074004 March 198831988Back of houses in Blunts Hall Road, built on site of former Battels tannery, seen across field. Stream is along line of trees. With white horse.
W74174104 March 198831988Mound (railway spoil) at Jobs Wood, from west.
W74274204 March 198831988Mound (railway spoil) at Jobs Wood, from south, looking across railway.
W74374304 March 198831988Mound (railway spoil) at Jobs Wood, from east, with new trees in front.
W74474404 March 198831988Mound (railway spoil) at Jobs Wood, from west, close-up.
W74574504 March 198831988Mound (railway spoil) at Jobs Wood, from east across field.
W74674604 March 198831988Plan of Witham in 1680 by Charles Bannister (poor pic).
W74774704 March 198831988Plan of Witham in 1680 by Charles Bannister (poor pic).
W74874804 March 198831988Plan of Witham in 1680 by Charles Bannister (poor pic).
W74974904 March 198831988Plan of Witham in 1680 by Charles Bannister (poor pic).
W75075041988Spring in river walk, behind Glebe Crescent, close-up, looking south-east.
W75175141988Spring in river walk, behind Glebe Crescent. Looking east. Houses in Glebe Crescent in background.
W75275241988Spring in river walk, behind Glebe Crescent. Looking south-east. Houses in Glebe Crescent in background.
W75375341988Spring in river walk, behind Glebe Crescent, close-up, looking south-east.
W75475441988Spring in river walk, behind Glebe Crescent. Looking east. Houses in Glebe Crescent in background.
W75575541988River Brain looking south towards Chipping Hill. Old Vicarage in background.
W75675641988Spring in river walk, behind Glebe Crescent, from across the river. Looking east. Houses in Glebe Crescent in background.
W75775721 May 198851988Forge, 18 Chipping Hill. Truck outside. 43 Chipping Hill on left.
W75875821 May 198851988Old glove factory, 1 Chipping Hill, from north-east, from car park of the Albert (2 Chipping Hill). Shows both main buildings, dating from 1912 (left) and 1948 (right).
W75975921 May 198851988Old glove factory, 1 Chipping Hill, from north-east. Shows newest (right-hand) main building, dating from 1948.
W76076021 May 198851988Old glove factory, 1 Chipping Hill, from north. Shows oldest (left-hand) main building, dating from 1912.
W76176121 May 198851988Old glove factory, 1 Chipping Hill, from north. Shows oldest (left-hand) main building, dating from 1912.
W76276221 May 198851988Old glove factory, 1 Chipping Hill, from south-east, from Collingwood Road railway bridge. Shows oldest (left-hand) main building, dating from 1912.
W76376321 May 198851988Old glove factory, 1 Chipping Hill, from north. Shows oldest (left-hand) main building, dating from 1912.
W76476421 May 198851988Old glove factory, 1 Chipping Hill. Probably at back of oldest (left-hand) main building, dating from 1912.
W76576521 May 198851988Old glove factory, 1 Chipping Hill. Probably at back of oldest (left-hand) main building, dating from 1912.
W76676621 May 198851988Old glove factory, 1 Chipping Hill. At back of newest (right-hand) main building, dating from 1948.
W76776721 May 198851988Old glove factory, 1 Chipping Hill. From south, showing side of oldest (left-hand) main building, looking along railway line towards Collingwood Road railway bridge.
W76876821 May 198851988Old glove factory, 1 Chipping Hill. At back of newest (right-hand) main building, dating from 1948.
W76976921 May 198851988Old glove factory, 1 Chipping Hill, from south-east across railway line, showing side of oldest (left-hand) main building, dating from 1912.
W77077021 May 198851988Old glove factory, 1 Chipping Hill, from south-east across railway line, with passing train, showing side of oldest (left-hand) main building, dating from 1912.
W77177121 May 198851988Old glove factory, 1 Chipping Hill, from south-east across railway line, with passing train, showing side of oldest (left-hand) main building, dating from 1912.
W77277221 May 198851988Looking north-west over Collingwood Road railway bridge. On left is old glove factory, 1 Chipping Hill, showing side of oldest (left-hand) main building, dating from 1912. On right is the Albert public house (2 Chipping Hill).
W77377321 May 198851988Guithavon Valley, opposite 3-5 Guithavon Valley, grass next to Armond Road, site of old 'Watering'. Side of 8 Guithavon Valley behind telegraph pole.
W77477421 May 198851988Old Mill house, Guithavon Valley (over-exposed).
W77577527 May 198851988Grove shopping centre nearing completion. South end, looking south, showing Tesco supermarket, close-up.
W77677627 May 198851988Grove shopping centre nearing completion. South end, looking south, showing Tesco supermarket.
W77777727 May 198851988Grove shopping centre nearing completion. East wing, looking east. 12 Grove shopping centre (later Superdrug) on the left (formerly maltings which faced onto Collins Lane). Public toilet on right. Health centre in centre in distance.
W77877827 May 198851988Grove shopping centre nearing completion. East wing, looking east. 12 Grove shopping centre (later Superdrug) on the left (formerly maltings which faced onto Collins Lane). Public toilet on right with Mayland House (Sedgwick) behind. Health centre in centre in distance.
W77977927 May 198851988Grove shopping centre nearing completion. Centre, looking north. 12 Grove shopping centre (later Superdrug) on the right (formerly maltings which faced onto Collins Lane). Back of 35 Newland Street (Woolworth) on left.
W78078027 May 198851988Grove shopping centre nearing completion. Centre, looking south. On left is 10 Grove Shopping centre (later Richards ladies' clothing). On right in foreground is 18 Grove Shopping centre (later Surprise, toys etc.) and on right under the arch is 19 Grove shopping centre (later Miller and Sainthouse, opticians).
W78178127 May 198851988Grove shopping centre nearing completion. Central square looking north-west. Far left, Brown's builders. Centre is 17 Grove shopping centre (Intatravel). Far right is back of 35 Newland Street (Woolworth).
W78278227 May 198851988Grove shopping centre nearing completion. East wing, looking east. 12 Grove shopping centre (later Superdrug) on the left (formerly maltings which faced onto Collins Lane). Public toilet on right with Mayland House (Sedgwick) behind.
W78378327 May 198851988Grove shopping centre nearing completion. East wing, looking south. Public toilet on right with clock tower of Tesco supermarket behind.
W78478427 May 198851988Grove shopping centre nearing completion. East wing, looking south. Public toilet on right with clock tower of Tesco supermarket behind.
W78578527 May 198851988Grove shopping centre nearing completion. Back of 12 Grove shopping centre (later Superdrug) from service yard (formerly maltings which faced onto Collins Lane).
W78678627 May 198851988Grove shopping centre nearing completion. Looking west along footway from Maldon Road (opposite 2 Maldon Road.. On right is back of Brown's builders' yard in Maldon Road, and on left the back of 17 Grove shopping centre (later Intatravel)..
W78778727 May 198851988Grove shopping centre nearing completion, from Maldon Road. Brown's builders' yard. Part of 21 Maldon Road on right.
W78878827 May 198851988Grove shopping centre nearing completion, from Maldon Road. Brown's builders' yard on right. Car park of White Hart hotel on left.
W78978927 May 198851988Grove shopping centre nearing completion, from Maldon Road. 25 Maldon Road (Crofter's Wine Bar) on left, 27 Maldon Road (probably empty, formerly A.J.M.Glass) on right.
W79079027 May 19885198825 Maldon Road (Crofter's Wine Bar) on left, 27 Maldon Road (probably empty, formerly A.J.M.Glass) on right.
W79179106 June 198861988Old glove factory, 1 Chipping Hill, being demolished, from north-east. Shows oldest (left-hand) main building, dating from 1912.
W79279206 June 198861988Old glove factory, 1 Chipping Hill, being demolished, from north-east. Shows oldest (left-hand) main building, dating from 1912.
W79379313 June 198861988100 Newland Street (Batsford Court hotel) with half parapet removed for renovation.
W79479413 June 198861988100 Newland Street (Batsford Court hotel) with half parapet removed for renovation. On right, 98 Newland Street (Balch estate agent).
W79579513 June 198861988100 Newland Street (Batsford Court hotel) with half parapet removed for renovation. On right, 98 Newland Street (Balch estate agent).
W79679613 June 198861988Back of Roslyn House (16 Newland Street) from garden.
W79779713 June 198861988Back of Roslyn House (16 Newland Street) from garden.
W79879813 June 198861988Back of Roslyn House (16 Newland Street) from garden.
W79979913 June 198861988Back of Roslyn House (16 Newland Street) from garden.
W80080013 June 198861988Back of Roslyn House (16 Newland Street) from garden, including projecting wing.
W80180113 June 198861988Back of Roslyn House (16 Newland Street) from garden, including projecting wing.
W80280214 June 198861988Labour Hall (69 Collingwood Road), including car park, with Connie Edwards in attendance.
W80380314 June 198861988100 Newland Street (Batsford Court hotel) with half parapet removed for renovation. On left, part of Newland Court (102-116 Newland Street). On right, 98 Newland Street (Balch estate agent).
W80480414 June 198861988100 Newland Street (Batsford Court hotel) with half parapet removed for renovation. On left, Newland Court (102-116 Newland Street). On right, 98 Newland Street (Balch estate agent).
W80580514 June 198861988100 Newland Street (Batsford Court hotel) with half parapet removed for renovation.
W80680614 June 198861988100 Newland Street (Batsford Court hotel) with half parapet removed for renovation.
W80780714 June 198861988100 Newland Street (Batsford Court hotel) with half parapet removed for renovation.
W80880814 June 198861988100 Newland Street (Batsford Court hotel) with half parapet removed for renovation. To right (left to right) 98 Newland Street (Balch estate agent), 96 Newland Street (probably Nationwide Building Society), 94 Newland Street (white, probably Silhouette hairdressers), 92 Newland Street and 90 Newland Street (both Byford furnishing etc.).
W80980914 June 198861988Lockram Lane from south. On left, 40 Newland Street (Lisa Marie, clothing) and on right 38 Newland Street (Eastern Electricity).
W81081014 June 198861988Lockram Lane from south. On left, 40 Newland Street (Lisa Marie, clothing) and on right 38 Newland Street (Eastern Electricity).
W81181114 June 198861988Lockram Lane from north.
W81281214 June 198861988Lockram Lane from north.
W81381314 June 198861988Lockram Lane from north.
W81481419 June 198861988Old glove factory, 1 Chipping Hill, being demolished, with only the newer part remaining., i.e. the right-hand main building dating from 1948. From south-east.
W81581519 June 198861988Old glove factory, 1 Chipping Hill, being demolished, with only the newer part remaining., i.e. the right-hand main building dating from 1948. From south-east.
W81681619 June 198861988Old glove factory, 1 Chipping Hill, being demolished, with only the newer part remaining., i.e. the right-hand main building dating from 1948. From north-east.
W81781719 June 198861988Old glove factory, 1 Chipping Hill, being demolished, with only the newer part remaining., i.e. the right-hand main building dating from 1948. From south.
W81881819 June 198861988Old glove factory, 1 Chipping Hill, being demolished, with only the newer part remaining., i.e. the right-hand main building dating from 1948. From south, looking over Collingwood road railway bridge.
W81981919 June 19886198824 Newland Street showing plaque which reads 'Dorothy L. Sayers / 1893-1957 / novelist theologian / and Dante scholar / lived here'.
W82082019 June 198861988Tiptree Villa (20 Newland Street), including railings in front made by 'Davey Paxman and Co.' of Colchester.
W82182119 June 198861988Roslyn House (16 Newland Street), side (north) wing.
W82282219 June 198861988Roslyn House (16 Newland Street), side (north) wing. Intended to show carpenters' marks at bottom of wide stud left of window, but not very clear.
W82382319 June 198861988Roslyn House (16 Newland Street), side (north) wing. Intended to show carpenters' marks at bottom of wide stud left of window, but not very clear.
W82482419 June 198861988Roslyn House (16 Newland Street), side (north) wing. Intended to show carpenters' marks at bottom of wide stud left of window, but not very clear.
W82582519 June 198861988Roslyn House (16 Newland Street), side (north) wing. Intended to show carpenters' marks at bottom of wide stud left of window, but not very clear.
W82682619 June 198861988Roslyn House (16 Newland Street), side (north) wing, from distance, i.e. from south-east.
W82782719 June 198861988Roslyn House (16 Newland Street), from front, with tree still there.
W82882819 June 198861988Roslyn House (16 Newland Street), from front, with tree still there.
W82982919 June 198861988Sauls bridge, Maldon Road, east side, from east, showing inscription 'RANSOME AND SON. IPSWICH 1814'. Second iron bridge built in Essex, the first commissioned by the County Surveyor, and the earliest still surviving. Designed for Ransome and Son of Ipswich in 1814 by William Cubitt, later Sir William Cubitt.
W83083019 June 198861988Sauls bridge, Maldon Road, east side, from east, showing part of inscription , i.e.'IPSWICH 1814'. Second iron bridge built in Essex, the first commissioned by the County Surveyor, and the earliest still surviving. Designed for Ransome and Son of Ipswich in 1814 by William Cubitt, later Sir William Cubitt.
W83183119 June 198861988Sauls bridge, Maldon Road, east side, from east, showing part of inscription , i.e.'RANSOME AND SON'. Second iron bridge built in Essex, the first commissioned by the County Surveyor, and the earliest still surviving. Designed for Ransome and Son of Ipswich in 1814 by William Cubitt, later Sir William Cubitt.
W83283219 June 198861988Sauls bridge, Maldon Road, east side, from east. Second iron bridge built in Essex, the first commissioned by the County Surveyor, and the earliest still surviving. Designed for Ransome and Son of Ipswich in 1814 by William Cubitt, later Sir William Cubitt.
W83383319 June 198861988Sauls bridge, Maldon Road, east side, from east. Second iron bridge built in Essex, the first commissioned by the County Surveyor, and the earliest still surviving. Designed for Ransome and Son of Ipswich in 1814 by William Cubitt, later Sir William Cubitt.
W83483419 June 198861988Sauls bridge, Maldon Road, east side, from east, showing bolt. Second iron bridge built in Essex, the first commissioned by the County Surveyor, and the earliest still surviving. Designed for Ransome and Son of Ipswich in 1814 by William Cubitt, later Sir William Cubitt.
W83583519 June 198861988Sauls bridge, Maldon Road, east side, from east, showing part of inscription , i.e.'RANSOME AND SON'. Second iron bridge built in Essex, the first commissioned by the County Surveyor, and the earliest still surviving. Designed for Ransome and Son of Ipswich in 1814 by William Cubitt, later Sir William Cubitt.
W83683619 June 198861988Sauls bridge, Maldon Road, east side, from east, showing part of inscription , i.e.'IPSWICH 1814'. Second iron bridge built in Essex, the first commissioned by the County Surveyor, and the earliest still surviving. Designed for Ransome and Son of Ipswich in 1814 by William Cubitt, later Sir William Cubitt.
W83783719 June 198861988Sauls bridge, Maldon Road, east side, from east, showing inscription 'RANSOME AND SON. IPSWICH 1814'. Second iron bridge built in Essex, the first commissioned by the County Surveyor, and the earliest still surviving. Designed for Ransome and Son of Ipswich in 1814 by William Cubitt, later Sir William Cubitt. Car crossing.
W83883819 June 198861988Bank of river Brain near Sauls bridge, Maldon Road, showing brickwork.
W83983919 June 198861988Sauls bridge, east side, from east, showing inscription 'RANSOME AND SON. IPSWICH 1814'. Second iron bridge built in Essex, the first commissioned by the County Surveyor, and the earliest still surviving. Designed by William Cubitt, later Sir William Cubitt. People crossing.
W84084019 June 198861988Sauls bridge, east side, from east, showing inscription 'RANSOME AND SON. IPSWICH 1814'. Second iron bridge built in Essex, the first commissioned by the County Surveyor, and the earliest still surviving. Designed for Ransome and Son of Ipswich in 1814 by William Cubitt, later Sir William Cubitt.
W84184119 June 198861988Sauls bridge, east side, from east. Second iron bridge built in Essex, the first commissioned by the County Surveyor, and the earliest still surviving. Designed for Ransome and Son of Ipswich in 1814 by William Cubitt, later Sir William Cubitt.
W84284219 June 198861988Sauls bridge, east side, from east. Second iron bridge built in Essex, the first commissioned by the County Surveyor, and the earliest still surviving. Designed for Ransome and Son of Ipswich in 1814 by William Cubitt, later Sir William Cubitt.
W84384319 June 198861988Sauls bridge, east side, close-up of parapet, from north-east. Second iron bridge built in Essex, the first commissioned by the County Surveyor, and the earliest still surviving. Designed for Ransome and Son of Ipswich in 1814 by William Cubitt, later Sir William Cubitt.
W84484419 June 198861988River walk west of Maldon Road, showing erosion of path.
W84584519 June 198861988Newland bridge between Newland Street and Bridge Street from east, including ducks. Inscription on badge on bridge reads 'ESSEX COUNTY COUNCIL 1900'.
W84684619 June 198861988Newland bridge between Newland Street and Bridge Street from east, including ducks. Inscription on badge on bridge reads 'ESSEX COUNTY COUNCIL 1900'.
W84784719 June 198861988Newland bridge between Newland Street and Bridge Street from east, including ducks. Inscription on badge on bridge reads 'ESSEX COUNTY COUNCIL 1900'.
W84884819 June 198861988Newland bridge from east, close-up of parapet. Also includes building west of 132 Newland Street, at corner of Mill Lane (Sizzlers, take-away). Inscription on badge on bridge reads 'ESSEX COUNTY COUNCIL 1900'.
W84984919 June 198861988Newland bridge from east. Inscription on badge on bridge reads 'ESSEX COUNTY COUNCIL 1900'. Also includes on left side of road (left to right), 132 Newland Street, 130 Newland Street (Crotchet public house), 128 Newland Street, 126 Newland Street (both red brick), 124 Newland Street (gabled). On right side of road is 149 Newland Street and 151 Newland Street (behind telegraph pole) and corner of 157 Newland Street (painted brick).
W85085027 June 198861988Forge (18 Chipping Hill), with horse and blacksmith and mobile forge. Also includes 43 Chipping Hill on left.
W85185127 June 198861988Forge (18 Chipping Hill), with horse and blacksmith and mobile forge. Also includes 43 Chipping Hill on left (behind telegraph pole) and part of White Horse public house (2 Church Street) on right.
W85285227 June 198861988Forge (18 Chipping Hill), with horse and blacksmith and mobile forge. Also includes 43 Chipping Hill on left.
W85385327 June 198861988Forge (18 Chipping Hill), with horse and blacksmith and mobile forge. Also includes 43 Chipping Hill on left.
W85485427 June 198861988Forge (18 Chipping Hill), with horse and blacksmith and mobile forge. Also includes on left (left to right), 30 Chipping Hill, 28 Chipping Hill, 26 Chipping Hill, and on right, White Horse public house (2 Church Street). St Nicolas church tower behind.
W85585527 June 198861988Forge (18 Chipping Hill), with horse and blacksmith and mobile forge, from distance. Also includes on left (left to right), porch of 35 Chipping Hill (Barnardiston House), 30 Chipping Hill (pinkish), and on right, White Horse public house (2 Church Street). St Nicolas church tower behind.
W85685627 June 198861988Forge (18 Chipping Hill), with horse and blacksmith and mobile forge, from distance. Also includes on left (left to right), porch of 35 Chipping Hill (Barnardiston House), 30 Chipping Hill (pinkish), and on right, White Horse public house (2 Church Street). St Nicolas church tower behind.
W85785727 June 198861988Forge (18 Chipping Hill), with horse and blacksmith and mobile forge. Also includes on left (left to right), 30 Chipping Hill, 28 Chipping Hill, 26 Chipping Hill, and on right, Woolpack public house (7 Church Street, in distance) and White Horse public house (2 Church Street). St Nicolas church tower behind.
W85885827 June 198861988Forge (18 Chipping Hill), with horse and blacksmith and mobile forge. Also includes 43 Chipping Hill on left.
W85985927 June 198861988Forge (18 Chipping Hill), with horse and blacksmith and mobile forge
W86086002 July 198861988Barnardiston House (35 Chipping Hill), early morning, in sun. Part of White Horse public house (2 Church Street) on right.
W86186102 July 198861988Barnardiston House (35 Chipping Hill), early morning, in sun. 37 Chipping Hill on right.
W86286202 July 198861988Barnardiston House (35 Chipping Hill), early morning, on left, in sun. Also to its right, on left side of road (left to right), 37 Chipping Hill (behind tree), 43 Chipping Hill (behind telegraph pole), and on right side of road, part of forge (18 Chipping Hill).
W86386302 July 198861988Left to right, part of 49 Chipping Hill (brick), 51 Chipping Hill, 53 Chipping Hill, 55 Chipping Hill (with shop window), 55A Chipping Hill (Bridge House, behind tree). In early morning, in sun.
W86486402 July 198861988Left to right, part of 49 Chipping Hill (brick), 51 Chipping Hill, 53 Chipping Hill, 55 Chipping Hill (with shop window). In early morning, in sun.
W86586502 July 19886198855 Chipping Hill, in early morning, in sun.
W86686602 July 19886198851 Chipping Hill, external brickwork of chimney breast. Plaque reads 'ORIGINAL BRICKWORK / MADE GOOD BY / EDWARD MAZUREK / 1966. / C. E. RICHARDS / BUILDER'. In early morning, in sun.
W86786702 July 19886198851 Chipping Hill, external brickwork of chimney breast, with part of house. Plaque reads 'ORIGINAL BRICKWORK / MADE GOOD BY / EDWARD MAZUREK / 1966. / C. E. RICHARDS / BUILDER'. In early morning, in sun.
W86886802 July 19886198851 Chipping Hill, from Chipping Hill green. In early morning, in sun.
W86986902 July 198861988Left to right, 51 Chipping Hill, 53 Chipping Hill, 55 Chipping Hill (with shop window), 55A Chipping Hill (Bridge House, behind tree), Chipping Hill bridge.
W87087002 July 198861988Left to right, 43 Chipping Hill, 45 Chipping Hill (with shop window), 51 Chipping Hill (projecting).
W87187102 July 198861988Left hand side of road, left to right, 43 Chipping Hill, 45 Chipping Hill (with shop window), 51 Chipping Hill (projecting). Right hand side of road, corner of forge (18 Chipping Hill).
W87287202 July 198861988Left to right, 45 Chipping Hill (with shop window), 47 Chipping Hill, 49 Chipping Hill (both brick), 51 Chipping Hill.
W87387302 July 198861988Chipping bridge, south parapet, from east, with carving by soldiers billeted in Witham during First World War. Reads: 'NUNEATON / COVENTRY / WARWICK / LEAMINGTON / RUGBY / 1.6.15 / 1915 / PTE/ F.V.EDWARDS / RANGE WARDEN / 7TH R WARWICK R / 1915 / PTE P BAYLIS / RANGE WARDEN / 7TH R WARWICK R'. Also includes carving of badge.
W87487402 July 198861988Chipping bridge, south parapet, from east, with carving by soldiers billeted in Witham during First World War. Reads: 'NUNEATON / COVENTRY / WARWICK / LEAMINGTON / RUGBY / 1.6.15 / 1915 / PTE/ F.V.EDWARDS / RANGE WARDEN / 7TH R WARWICK R / 1915 / PTE P BAYLIS / RANGE WARDEN / 7TH R WARWICK R'. Also includes carving of badge.
W87587502 July 198861988Chipping bridge, south parapet, from east, with carving by soldiers billeted in Witham during First World War. Reads: 'NUNEATON / COVENTRY / WARWICK / LEAMINGTON / RUGBY / 1.6.15 / 1915 / PTE/ F.V.EDWARDS / RANGE WARDEN / 7TH R WARWICK R / 1915 / PTE P BAYLIS / RANGE WARDEN / 7TH R WARWICK R'. Also includes carving of badge.
W87687602 July 198861988Chipping bridge, south parapet, from east, with carving by soldiers billeted in Witham during First World War. Reads: 'NUNEATON / COVENTRY / WARWICK / LEAMINGTON / RUGBY / 1.6.15 / 1915 / PTE/ F.V.EDWARDS / RANGE WARDEN / 7TH R WARWICK R / 1915 / PTE P BAYLIS / RANGE WARDEN / 7TH R WARWICK R'. Also includes carving of badge.
W87787702 July 198861988Chipping bridge, close-up of north side, from north-east.
W87887802 July 198861988Chipping bridge, close-up of north side, from north-east.
W87987902 July 198861988Chipping bridge, north side, from north-east.
W88088002 July 198861988Chipping bridge, north side, from north-east.
W88188102 July 198861988Chipping bridge, north side with reflection in river Brain. In early morning sun.
W88288209 July 198861988Grove shopping centre, north end, ceremony for unveiling plaque re twinning with Waldbrohl, Germany. Includes, in main group of five under archway, all wearing chains, Alf Slowman (Witham town mayor, second from left), Roy McDowell (chair, Braintree District Council, fourth from left), Kath Richards (vice-chair, Braintree District Council, fifth from left). See also photos P139/11-24, P148/1-2.
W88388309 July 198861988Grove shopping centre, north end, ceremony for unveiling plaque re twinning with Waldbrohl, Germany. Includes, in main group of four under archway, all wearing chains, Alf Slowman (Witham town mayor, first from left), Roy McDowell (chair, Braintree District Council, third from left), Kath Richards (vice-chair, Braintree District Council, fourth from left). See also photos P139/11-24, P148/1-2.
W88488409 July 198861988Grove shopping centre, north end, ceremony for unveiling plaque re twinning with Waldbrohl, Germany. Probably shows unveiling by Alf Slowman, town mayor, on left of archway (dark), Also Includes, in main group of three under archway, both wearing chains, Roy McDowell (chair, Braintree District Council, second from left), Kath Richards (vice-chair, Braintree District Council, third from left). See also photos P139/11-24, P148/1-2.
W88588509 July 198861988Grove shopping centre, north end, ceremony for unveiling plaque re twinning with Waldbrohl, Germany. Speech by unidentified person on left of archway. Also Includes, under archway, both wearing chains, Roy McDowell (chair, Braintree District Council, below left side of red awning), Kath Richards (vice-chair, Braintree District Council, below right side of red awning). See also photos P139/11-24, P148/1-2.
W88688609 July 198861988Grove shopping centre, north end, ceremony for unveiling plaque re twinning with Waldbrohl, Germany (over-exposed). Speech possibly by Connie Edwards (town councillor). See also photos P139/11-24, P148/1-2.
W88788709 July 198861988Gathering in the Grove shopping centre to celebrate the unveiling of the plaque about the twinning agreement with Waldbrohl, Germany. Left to right, Inspector David Wilkinson, Joan Lyon of Silver End (county and district councillor), Connie Edwards (town councillor and ex-mayor), Chief Inspector Brian Palmer. See also photos P139/11-24, P148/1-2.
W88888809 July 198861988Gathering in the Grove shopping centre to celebrate the unveiling of the plaque about the twinning agreement with Waldbrohl, Germany. Coffee at Crofters, 25 Maldon Road. Includes May Sabin (town councillor, yellow hat, left of sign), Dennis Sabin, town councillor, right of and partly obscured by sign), Barry Fleet (town councillor, further right, back to camera, with beard), Helen Pitchforth (district councillor, above Barrie Fleet, facing right, pale greenish outfit), Joan Lyon (county and district councillor, right of Helen, looking left, dark glasses and cardigan), John Gyford (district councillor, right of Joan, looking left, light jacket). See also photos P139/11-24, P148/1-2.
W88988909 July 198861988Gathering in the Grove shopping centre to celebrate the unveiling of the plaque about the twinning agreement with Waldbrohl, Germany. Coffee at Crofters, 25 Maldon Road. Includes, bottom left, stooped, below sign, Dennis Sabin (town councillor), Roy McDowell (chair, Braintree District Council, back to camera by bottom right hand corner of sign, with chain), Chris Heron (further up, right of policeman, cup in each hand), Rachel Allen (town councillor, right of lady in bright red jacket to right of lower part of sign, Rachel facing left with flowered dress), Helen Pitchforth (district councillor, behind and to right of Rachel, pale greenish outfit, facing right), Joan Lyon (district and county councillor, right of Helen, dark glasses and cardigan, facing left), John Gyford (district councillor, right of Joan, facing left). See also photos P139/11-24, P148/1-2.
W89089009 July 198861988Looking north from roof of Crofters, 25 Maldon Road, during gathering in the Grove shopping centre to celebrate the unveiling of the plaque about the twinning agreement with Waldbrohl, Germany. Includes, left to right, corner of 2 Maldon Road (brick with awning), 2a Maldon Road (with red sign, probably Kashmir Indian restaurant), 2b Maldon Road (white, probably Sach), electricity substation, 2c Maldon Road (green, probably Empire House Chinese restaurant), 2d Maldon Road (small, brick, Hollick, shoe repairs), back of 39 Newland Street (tall, brick), entrance to Newland shopping centre (left of tree), back of White Hart hotel, Newland Street, back of buildings in Grove shopping centre.
W89189109 July 198861988Gathering in the Grove shopping centre to celebrate the unveiling of the plaque about the twinning agreement with Waldbrohl, Germany. Coffee at Crofters, 25 Maldon Road. Includes, bottom left, Roy McDowell (chair, Braintree District Council, extreme bottom left, back to camera, with chain), Helen Pitchforth (district councillor, near front left, to right of lady in red jacket, pale greenish outfit, facing right), Joan Lyon (district and county councillor, right of Helen, dark glasses and cardigan, facing left), Dr Bill Foster (town councillor, right of and above Joan, pale grey suit, facing left), Connie Edwards (town councillor, right of Bill, facing camera, pale blue flowered outfit), John Gyford (district councillor), directly above Joan Lyon, pale jacket, facing left), Dennis Sabin (town councillor, left of John and facing him, red tie), May Sabin (town councillor), extreme front, left of centre, yellow hat, back to camera), Rachel Allen (town councillor, right of May, facing left with flowered dress), John Gyford (district councillor, right of Joan, facing left). See also photos P139/11-24, P148/1-2.
W89289209 July 198861988Gathering in the Grove shopping centre to celebrate the unveiling of the plaque about the twinning agreement with Waldbrohl, Germany. Coffee at Crofters, 25 Maldon Road. See also photos P139/11-24, P148/1-2.
W89389309 July 198861988Plaque in Grove shopping centre re twinning with Waldbrohl, Germany, after unveiling ceremony. See also photos P139/11-24, P148/1-2.
W89489409 July 198861988Northern entrance to Grove shopping centre from south, and plaque re twinning with Waldbrohl, Germany, after unveiling ceremony. See also photos P139/11-24, P148/1-2.
W89589509 July 198861988View south-west from north end of Grove shopping centre, across car park of White Hart hotel, Newland Street. Includes, left to right, 4 Maldon Road (small, in front of tree), Chapel House (former Baptist chapel, greeny grey, with gable), back of White Horse hotel, Newland Street.
W89689609 July 198861988Northern entrance to Grove shopping centre seen from Newland Street. Includes, left to right, 37 Newland Street (vacant, still showing old Tesco fascia), entrance to centre, part of White Hart hotel, Newland Street. With people and cars.
W89789709 July 198861988Northern entrance to Grove shopping centre seen from Newland Street. Includes, left to right, 37 Newland Street (vacant, still showing old Tesco fascia), entrance to centre, part of White Hart hotel, Newland Street. With people and cars.
W89889809 July 198861988Market in Collingwood Road car park, from east. Also includes part of 9 Collingwood Road on left, and back of shops in Newlands precinct, behind.
W89989909 July 198861988Left to right, 3a Collingwood Road (Connell estate agents, red fascia), 5 Collingwood Road (SPL employment agency), 7 Collingwood Road, 9 Collingwood Road (both Lockram Villas), market in Collingwood road car park, 15 Collingwood Road (Collingwood Noel Pelly House). With people.
W90090009 July 198861988Left to right, 3a Collingwood Road (Connell estate agents, red fascia), 5 Collingwood Road (SPL employment agency), 7 Collingwood Road, 9 Collingwood Road (both Lockram Villas), market in Collingwood road car park, 15 Collingwood Road (Collingwood Noel Pelly House). Also, on right side of road, part of 2 Collingwood Road (Daman plumbing and Beacon cabs). With people.
W90190109 July 198861988Left to right, market in Collingwood Road car park, 15 Collingwood Road (Collingwood Noel Pelly House). With people.
W90290209 July 198861988Market in Collingwood Road car park, with back of shops in Newlands precinct behind. With people.
W90390309 July 198861988Old glove factory, 1 Chipping Hill, newer part, at back of newest main building (dated 1948) being demolished, seen from south, across the railway line.
W90490409 July 198861988Old glove factory, 1 Chipping Hill, newer part, at back of newest main building (dated 1948) being demolished, seen from south, across the railway line.
W90590509 July 198861988Old glove factory, 1 Chipping Hill, newest main building (dated 1948), with newer part at back, being demolished, seen from east.
W90690609 July 198861988Old glove factory, 1 Chipping Hill, newest main building (dated 1948) being demolished, seen from east.
W90790709 July 198861988Woolpack public house (7 Church Street), with St Nicolas churchyard on left. Also includes 54 Church Street (white, gabled), on right.
W90890809 July 1988619881-7 Chalks Road, seen from upper windows of Blanfred, Chalks Road.
W90990909 July 19886198818-24 Chalks Road, seen from upper windows of Blanfred, Chalks Road. Tower of St Nicolas church behind.
W91091009 July 1988619881-14 Chalks Road.
W91191117 July 198861988Cut Throat Lane, looking south-west towards level crossing over Braintree railway line.
W91291217 July 198861988Cut Throat Lane, looking north-east. Fence of electricity substation on left. Houses in Teak Walk in distance on left.
W91391317 July 198861988Cut Throat Lane, looking north-east from next to houses in Teak Walk.
W91491417 July 1988619881 Motts Lane and 2 Motts Lane, and Motts Lane level crossing across main railway line, looking east.
W91591517 July 1988619881 Motts Lane and 2 Motts Lane, and Motts Lane level crossing across main railway line, looking east.
W91691617 July 198861988Motts Lane, looking south-east from near junction with Cut Throat Lane. In distance are 1 Motts Lane and 2 Motts Lane, and Motts Lane level crossing across main railway line.
W91791717 July 198861988Motts Lane, looking north-west at junction with Cut Throat Lane.
W91891817 July 198861988Looking north-east up Forest Road, with its junction with south end of Rectory Lane on right.
W91991917 July 198861988Rectory Lane, south end looking north-east.
W92092017 July 198861988Rectory Lane, south end looking north-east.
W92192117 July 198861988Rectory Lane, south end looking south-west.
W92292217 July 198861988Green lane leading from Rickstones Road opposite Rickstones farmhouse (dark).
W92392317 July 198861988Green lane leading from Rickstones Road opposite Rickstones farmhouse (dark).
W92492417 July 198861988Green lane leading from Rickstones Road opposite Rickstones farmhouse (dark).
W92592517 July 198861988Cherry Tree public house, Cressing Road, from north-east, with houses in Cressing Road also.
W92692617 July 198861988Cherry Tree public house, Cressing Road, from east, also showing (on right) lane leading to crossing over Braintree railway line to Church Street.
W92792717 July 198861988Cherry Tree public house, Cressing Road, from east, also showing (on right) lane leading to crossing over Braintree railway line to Church Street.
W92892817 July 198861988Cherry Tree public house, Cressing Road, from north-west, i.e. from lane leading to crossing over Braintree railway line to Church Street.
W92992917 July 198861988Lane leading from Cherry Tree public house, Cressing Road, to crossing of Braintree railway line to Church Street. Seen from near the crossing, looking south-east towards Cherry Tree.
W93093017 July 198861988Cherry Tree public house, Cressing Road, from back, i.e. from lane to back of Cressing Road houses, looking north across field which later had houses of Upper Acres.
W9319311971Old kitchen at Blanfred, Chalks Road, looking towards washhouse etc. Out of date order because copied from family slides later.
W9329321971Old kitchen at Blanfred, Chalks Road, looking out of window towards shed. Old kitchen at Blanfred, Chalks Road, looking towards washhouse etc. Out of date order because copied from family slides later.
W93393319 January 197511975The play area at the bottom of Rickstones Road recreation ground, near Manor Road. Standing, left to right, John Gyford, Mary Lanch, David Lanch; sitting, left to right, Philip Gyford, Pip Lanch. The Lanches were visiting from London. Out of date order because copied from family slides later.
W93493419 January 197511975The play area at the bottom of Rickstones Road recreation ground, near Manor Road. Left to right, David Lanch, Mary Lanch, Janet Gyford holding Susie Gyford, Philip Gyford, Pip Lanch. The Lanches were visiting from London. Out of date order because copied from family slides later.
W93593503 June 197761977Silver Jubilee celebrations - after school (at Chipping Hill school), with mugs etc., in back garden of Blanfred, Chalks Road. Left to right, Philip Gyford, Susie Gyford, Sara Lines.
W93693607 June 197761977Silver Jubilee celebrations - setting off for 'street party' held for St Nicholas Road and Chalks Road at the Labour Hall (69 Collingwood Road). Leaving Blanfred, Chalks Road; left to right, Philip Gyford (penguin, second prize), Janet Gyford, Susie Gyford.
W93793707 June 197761977Silver Jubilee celebrations - setting off for 'street party' held for St Nicholas Road and Chalks Road at the Labour Hall (69 Collingwood Road). Procession down St Nicholas Road.
W93893807 June 197761977Silver Jubilee celebrations - setting off for 'street party' held for St Nicholas Road and Chalks Road at the Labour Hall (69 Collingwood Road). Procession down St Nicholas Road. In front, left to right, Janet Gyford, Philip Gyford (penguin, second prize).
W93993909 July 197771977Chipping Hill Infants school field day. Mr Noisy. Richard Harris (head), with beard, behind and to left of girl in striped dress. In background are houses at 32-42 Braintree Road (42 at right hand end of houses), and part of Cullen's old seed warehouse at 29 Braintree Road and in White Horse Lane.
W94094009 July 197771977Chipping Hill Infants school field day. Mr Noisy. School hall (demountable) behind.
W94194109 July 197771977Chipping Hill Infants school field day. Witham Drum and Trumpet Band (newly formed). In background are houses part of Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (on left), houses at 32-42 Braintree Road (42 at right hand end of houses), and to Cullen's old seed warehouse at 29 Braintree Road and in White Horse Lane.
W94294201 July 197871978The first medieval fayre held by St Nicolas church at Chipping Hill and in the churchyard. Bale throwing on the green. Shows (left to right) church tower, 30 Chipping Hill, 28 Chipping Hill, 26 Chipping Hill.
W94394301 July 197871978The first medieval fayre held by St Nicolas church at Chipping Hill and in the churchyard. Chipping Hill from west. Shows 43 Chipping Hill and 45 Chipping Hill on left, and the forge (18 Chipping Hill) on right.
W94494401 July 197871978The first medieval fayre held by St Nicolas church at Chipping Hill and in the churchyard. Chipping Hill from west. Shows (left to right), 30 Chipping Hill, 28 Chipping Hill, 26 Chipping Hill, and the forge (18 Chipping Hill, right foreground).
W94594501 July 197871978The first medieval fayre held by St Nicolas church at Chipping Hill and in the churchyard. The pillory, with spong throwing, on the green.
W94694601 July 197871978The first medieval fayre held by St Nicolas church at Chipping Hill and in the churchyard. Bowling in the churchyard, with Philip Gyford (in red).
W94794701 July 197871978The first medieval fayre held by St Nicolas church at Chipping Hill and in the churchyard. Dancing on the road. Susie Gyford in left foreground, in green. Shows 30 Chipping Hill behind.
W94894801 July 197871978The first medieval fayre held by St Nicolas church at Chipping Hill and in the churchyard. Maypole on the road. Susie Gyford left of centre, foreground, in green. On right are Annie Chinnery of 54 Church Street (pink cardigan) and Rosie Burch of 23 Chalks Road (waving hand). Shows (left to right) 22 Chipping Hill, 20 Chipping Hill, 18 Chipping Hill (forge house).
W94994901 July 197871978The first medieval fayre held by St Nicolas church at Chipping Hill and in the churchyard. Maypole on the road. On left holding hands, John Gyford, Susie Gyford (in green). Roy Belsham holding pole. Shows (left to right) 43 Chipping Hill, 45 Chipping Hill, 47 Chipping Hill, 49 Chipping Hill.
W95095001 July 197871978The first medieval fayre held by St Nicolas church at Chipping Hill and in the churchyard. Maypole on the road. Philip Gyford on right in red. Shows (left to right) 47 Chipping Hill, 49 Chipping Hill (both red brick), part of 51 Chipping Hill.
W95195101 July 197871978The first medieval fayre held by St Nicolas church at Chipping Hill and in the churchyard. Tom Henderson selling poster of Tom Jones, in churchyard.
W95295217 February 197921979Sledging in snow on River Walk above Chipping Bridge. Susie Gyford on sledge. St Nicolas church tower and church hall behind.
W95395317 February 197921979Sledging in snow on River Walk above Chipping Bridge. John Gyford on sledge, Philip Gyford in red, pushing. St Nicolas church tower and church hall behind.
W95495428 April 197941979General election campaign for Labour candidate John Gyford. Car outside Blanfred, Chalks Road. John Gyford standing on left, Hilary Bryan (agent) in car, Philip and Susie Gyford on left. Behind John are Floreat, Chalks Road (left), and 1 St Nicholas Road (right).
W95595528 April 197941979General election campaign for Labour candidate John Gyford. Philip Gyford (left) and Susie Gyford (right) at Blanfred, Chalks Road.
W95695630 April 197941979General election campaign for Labour candidate John Gyford. The Labour Hall (69 Collingwood Road).
W95795730 April 197941979General election campaign for Labour candidate John Gyford. The Labour Hall (69 Collingwood Road).
W95895830 April 197941979General election campaign for Labour candidate John Gyford. The Labour Hall (69 Collingwood Road). Left to right, Brian Sherratt, Hilary Bryan (agent), John Gyford, Dennis Sabin, Reg Edwards.
W95995903 May 197951979General election campaign for Labour candidate John Gyford. The Labour Hall (69 Collingwood Road), on election day.
W96096023 May 197951979Sycamore tree in Church Street, by driveway of Chipping Hill infants' school, being cut down. Looking south-east. Right of the tree is the roof framework of 40a, 40b and 40c Church Street, being built on site of former shed. Right of that is end of 40 Church Street.
W96196123 May 197951979Celebration of National Playgroups week. St Nicholas playgroup walking from Chipping Hill to Witham Park. Crossing Newland Street, Leading, to right of traffic lights, Pam Steed (leader), Susie Gyford. Also shows, left to right, 56 Newland Street, 54 Newland Street, 52 Newland Street (Foster Brothers menswear).
W96296223 May 197951979Celebration of National Playgroups week. St Nicholas playgroup walking from Chipping Hill to Witham Park. In Maldon Road, passing back entrance to Spread Eagle. Leading, left to right, Pam Steed, Gerry Moscrop (leaders), Susie Gyford.
W96396323 May 197951979Celebration of National Playgroups week. St Nicholas playgroup walking from Chipping Hill to Witham Park. In Maldon Road, passing back entrance to Spread Eagle. Also showing, left to right, 4 Maldon Road, old Baptist chapel, and in distance, entrance to Newland precinct, Newland Street, with offices over.
W96496423 May 197951979Celebration of National Playgroups week. St Nicholas playgroup in the Park. Left to right, Pam Steed, leader (waving hands), Gill Haines (red coat), Margaret Haines (back to camera, between Pam and Gill), Susie Gyford (red hood).
W96596523 May 197951979Celebration of National Playgroups week. St Nicholas playgroup in the Park. Left, Gerry Moscrop (leader) with accordion. Elizabeth Lines, extreme front, centre, fair fringe.
W96696623 May 197951979Celebration of National Playgroups week. St Nicholas playgroup in the Park. Refreshments. Incudes, at front, Georgina Merrick (left of girl in red), Paul Nichols (white collar), Philip Crathern (right of Paul). Behind, Susie Gyford (white shirt, behind Georgina), Gareth Stevens (right of Susie, with orange mug).
W96796725 May 198351983Rickstones School fun run. Norma Turner, head (in blue top), 'finishing'.
W96896827 November 1983111983Powershall farm, with barn behind and pond in front. Susie Gyford and ducks and geese.
W96996925 October 1974101974Witham Local Labour Party fish and chip supper at the Labour Hall, (69 Collingwood Road) (slide no. 1). Exact date not known - early 1970s. Photographer not known - not taken by JG - but put in this 'W' collection as being the most appropriate location for the subject matter. Includes, sitting, Alf Bentley (left, collecting tickets), John Howe (left side of table, in grey suit). Standing at back, Phyl Hyam (to left of door, mauve top), Gladys Wood (to right of door, under black and white picture, greenish dress, grey hair), Reg Edwards (to right of Gladys, facing left), Vi Bentley (to right of Reg, white cardigan, hands on hips).
W97097025 October 1974101974Witham Local Labour Party fish and chip supper at the Labour Hall, (69 Collingwood Road) (slide no. 2). Exact date not known - early 1970s. Photographer not known - not taken by JG - but put in this 'W' collection as being the most appropriate location for the subject matter. Top table includes, left to right, Sonia Clampin, (behind pink flowers), John Gyford (behind red flowers, with specs), Bryan Heading (visiting speaker; political commentator, Anglia TV), Derek Clampin (Chairman), Charlie Poulter (with hand to mouth, President), Graham Wicks. Others include Jean Gilbert (left foreground, black waistcoat).
W97197125 October 1974101974Witham Local Labour Party fish and chip supper at the Labour Hall, (69 Collingwood Road) (slide no. 3). Exact date not known - early 1970s. Photographer not known - not taken by JG - but put in this 'W' collection as being the most appropriate location for the subject matter. Top table includes, left to right, Dennis Franklin (white shirt, left of red flowers), John Gyford (behind red flowers, with specs), Bryan Heading (visiting speaker; political commentator, Anglia TV), Derek Clampin (standing, Chairman), Charlie Poulter (in front of tall flowers, President), Graham Wicks. Others include Alice Springett's nieces (two small girls facing camera on left), Jean Gilbert (foreground, left of centre, black waistcoat).
W97297225 October 1974101974Witham Local Labour Party fish and chip supper at the Labour Hall, (69 Collingwood Road) (slide no. 4). Exact date not known - early 1970s. Photographer not known - not taken by JG - but put in this 'W' collection as being the most appropriate location for the subject matter. Includes Lou Saltmarsh (left foreground, mauve top), possibly Joe Burch (behind Lou, looking left), Gladys Smith (right of centre, in blue, back to camera).
W97397325 October 1974101974Witham Local Labour Party fish and chip supper at the Labour Hall, (69 Collingwood Road) (slide no. 5). Exact date not known - early 1970s. Photographer not known - not taken by JG - but put in this 'W' collection as being the most appropriate location for the subject matter. Includes Alf Bentley (left, collecting tickets), John Howe (left side of table, in grey suit).
W97497425 October 1974101974Witham Local Labour Party fish and chip supper at the Labour Hall, (69 Collingwood Road) (slide no. 6). Exact date not known - early 1970s. Photographer not known - not taken by JG - but put in this 'W' collection as being the most appropriate location for the subject matter. From behind top table, which includes, left to right, the backs of Derek Clampin (in front of yellow flowers, Chairman), Bryan Heading (visiting speaker; political commentator, Anglia TV), John Gyford, Dennis Franklin (white shirt). Possibly Peter and Doris Oliver on right behind Dennis Franklin.
W97597525 October 1974101974Witham Local Labour Party fish and chip supper at the Labour Hall, (69 Collingwood Road) (slide no. 7). Exact date not known - early 1970s. Photographer not known - not taken by JG - but put in this 'W' collection as being the most appropriate location for the subject matter. Includes David Thorogood (left foreground, long hair).
W97697625 October 1974101974Witham Local Labour Party fish and chip supper at the Labour Hall, (69 Collingwood Road) (slide no. 8). Exact date not known - early 1970s. Photographer not known - not taken by JG - but put in this 'W' collection as being the most appropriate location for the subject matter. The Women's section eating in the kitchen after serving the rest. Includes Elsie Seaborn (on left, eating), and facing camera, left to right, Phil Hyam, Vi Bentley (with food), Anna Dean.
W97797725 October 1974101974Witham Local Labour Party fish and chip supper at the Labour Hall, (69 Collingwood Road) (slide no. 9). Exact date not known - early 1970s. Photographer not known - not taken by JG - but put in this 'W' collection as being the most appropriate location for the subject matter. From behind top table which includes left to right, the backs of Charlie Poulter (President), Derek Clampin (to left of pink flowers, Chairman), Bryan Heading (visiting speaker; political commentator, Anglia TV), John Gyford, Dennis Franklin (white shirt).
W97897825 October 1974101974Witham Local Labour Party fish and chip supper at the Labour Hall, (69 Collingwood Road) (slide no. 10). Exact date not known - early 1970s. Photographer not known - not taken by JG - but put in this 'W' collection as being the most appropriate location for the subject matter. Top table, which includes, left to right, Sonia Clampin, Dennis Franklin (white shirt), John Gyford, Bryan Heading (visiting speaker; political commentator, Anglia TV), Charlie Poulter (President), Graham Wicks. Others include Ken Bliss sitting centre front, with hand to mouth, and Joan Bliss right front, in green and white.
W97997925 October 1974101974Witham Local Labour Party fish and chip supper at the Labour Hall, (69 Collingwood Road) (slide no. 11). Exact date not known - early 1970s. Photographer not known - not taken by JG - but put in this 'W' collection as being the most appropriate location for the subject matter. From behind top table, which includes, left to right, the backs of Graham Wicks, Charlie Poulter (President), Derek Clampin (behind pink flowers, Chairman), Bryan Heading (visiting speaker; political commentator, Anglia TV). Others include Jean Gilbert (behind Graham Wicks, red and white blouse).
W98098025 October 1974101974Witham Local Labour Party fish and chip supper at the Labour Hall, (69 Collingwood Road) (slide no. 12). Exact date not known - early 1970s. Photographer not known - not taken by JG - but put in this 'W' collection as being the most appropriate location for the subject matter. Top table, which includes, left to right, Dennis Franklin (white shirt), John Gyford, Bryan Heading (visiting speaker; political commentator, Anglia TV), Derek Clampin (Chairman), Charlie Poulter (President), Graham Wicks. Others probably include Ken Bliss sitting in front, with hand to mouth.
W98198125 October 1974101974Witham Local Labour Party fish and chip supper at the Labour Hall, (69 Collingwood Road) (slide no. 13). Exact date not known - early 1970s. Photographer not known - not taken by JG - but put in this 'W' collection as being the most appropriate location for the subject matter. Includes Gladys Smith (in blue with head turned, left of centre), Anna Dean (standing, in black, in centre), Jean Gilbert (right foreground, red and white blouse).
W98298225 October 1974101974Witham Local Labour Party fish and chip supper at the Labour Hall, (69 Collingwood Road) (slide no. 14). Exact date not known - early 1970s. Photographer not known - not taken by JG - but put in this 'W' collection as being the most appropriate location for the subject matter. Top table, applauding speaker; it includes, left to right, Dennis Franklin (white shirt), John Gyford, Bryan Heading (visiting speaker; political commentator, Anglia TV, standing), Derek Clampin (Chairman), Charlie Poulter (President), Graham Wicks.
W98398325 October 1974101974Witham Local Labour Party fish and chip supper at the Labour Hall, (69 Collingwood Road) (slide no. 15). Exact date not known - early 1970s. Photographer not known - not taken by JG - but put in this 'W' collection as being the most appropriate location for the subject matter. The Women's section eating in the kitchen after serving the rest. Includes, left to right, Ann Bentley, Gladys Wood (standing, with roll), Elsie Seaborn, sitting, facing camera), Phil Hyam (top right, blue top), Vi Bentley (extreme right, white cardigan).
W98498425 October 1974101974Witham Local Labour Party fish and chip supper at the Labour Hall, (69 Collingwood Road) (slide no. 16). Exact date not known - early 1970s. Photographer not known - not taken by JG - but put in this 'W' collection as being the most appropriate location for the subject matter. The Women's section eating in the kitchen after serving the rest. Includes, left to right, Dilly Minton, Gladys Wood (eating), Vi Bentley (back to camera).
W98598525 October 1974101974Witham Local Labour Party fish and chip supper at the Labour Hall, (69 Collingwood Road) (slide no. 17). Exact date not known - early 1970s. Photographer not known - not taken by JG - but put in this 'W' collection as being the most appropriate location for the subject matter. The bar.
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