Plan of Slum Clearance Area 84 - Loomer Bridge, Chesterton

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Date:March 1939

Description:This is a slum clearance plan of Loomer Bridge, Chesterton. These five houses were demolished under the Housing Act 1930. The street was probably named after a bridge which formerly crossed over the canal, a remaining part of which is marked on this plan, hence the name Loomer Bridge.


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Creators: Mr A Cotton - Creator

Image courtesy of: Newcastle-under-Lyme Borough Council

Donor ref:NM.2010.31.33 (22/49313)

Source: Brampton Museum and Art Gallery, Newcastle under Lyme

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