Old Photos of Witham

Wide part of Newland Street, north side, decorated for Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee

Wide part of Newland Street, north side, decorated for Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee. On extreme left, projecting, is 134 Newland Street. Other buildings left to right, 100 Newland Street (Batsford, left of horse and cart), 98 Newland Street, 96 Newland Street (these two together, Christmas House), 94 Newland Street (small, with gable), 92 Newland Street, 90 Newland Street, Constitutional Club (with clock and tower), 88 Newland Street (right of telegraph pole), 86 Newland Street, 84 Newland Street (small with gable, left of bush), 78 Newland Street (bow window ground floor), 76 Newland Street, 74 Newland Street (these two together: London House Drapery Stores, J H Pearce, and E Spurge, grocer), 72 Newland Street (Bradshaw), part of 70 Newland Street. People standing in road.

RefM96
Date taken1897
SourceMaurice Smith
Posted on Full size 3929 × 2864

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