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Blackfriars Road, Newcastle-under-Lyme

View from Pool Dam of the Higherland Methodist Church by Reginald Haggar with the Orme School to the right.

Blockley's, 48 High Street, Newcastle-under-Lyme

Blockley's grocers and wine merchants was located at number 48 High street for many years and later became Hargreaves.

C. Capener's Butchers Shop, Newcastle-under-Lyme

This is Charles Capener's Butchers shop on Newcastle High Street, during the 1920s

C. Capener's Butchers Shop, Newcastle-under-Lyme

This is Charles Capener's Butchers on Newcastle-under-Lyme's High Street, sometime during the 1920's.

C.J. Wain, Red Lion Square, Newcastle-under-Lyme

The shop pictured on the far left was C.J. Wain's original location before it moved to its more prominent and familiar position at the top of Red Lion Square, next to St. Giles' church, in the 1890s. ...

Church Street and Lower Street, Newcastle-under-Lyme

The area in the foreground of this photograph has changed greatly through the years and this scene was not recognisable in 2002. The shops are, from left to right, John Hamrouse, Grocer, Thomas Sproston, ...

Confectioners, High Street, Newcastle-under-Lyme

A Confectioners on the High Street displaying a wide variety of sweets and chocolates in its window. The lady standing outside the shop is presumably the owner.

Coronation celebration in Market street, Kidsgrove

J. Dean The Clogger is here decorated to celebrate the coronation of George VI.

Dicken's Toy shop and Stationers, Newcastle-under-Lyme

64 Penkhull Street (now High Street)and Paradise Street and now (correct at time of writing 2015) entrance to the car park.

Dixon's Warehouse, High street, Newcastle-under-Lyme

Dixon's Warehouse on the High Street, who were amongst other things tea and coffee merchants established in 1799. The photographer has been captured in a mirror in the doorway to the shop.

E.V. Jones grocer, Merrial street, Newcastle-under-Lyme

A well stocked grocers store which was situated next door to the Conservative Club in Newcastle, and is now an Estate Agents. A member of staff, and possibly the owner, are pictured outside.

Frederick H. Burgess Agricultural Company, Newcastle-under-Lyme

This is the now defunct Frederick H. Burgess Agricultural Company store on Friar Street, Newcastle-under-Lyme. They were a major ironmonger and agricultural supply chain founded in 1900 in Eccleshall. ...

George V and Queen Mary visit Newcastle-under-Lyme, View of High Street

George V and Queen Mary visited Newcastle as part of a visit to north Staffordshire in 1925. During the same visit the King created the city out of the County Borough of Stoke-on-Trent. The island ...

Harrison's Confectionery, 17 Ironmarket, Newcastle-under-Lyme

Harrison's is here decorated to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the succession of Queen Victoria to the throne. The two gentlemen on the left are possibly the confectioners, with one of the ladies in ...

Hassell Street, Newcastle-under-Lyme

The proprietor James Cooper Bennett, is probably the gentleman pictured outside this shop, which was located on Hassell Street. In addition to being a shopkeeper Mr Bennett was also a coal dealer.

Hickman's Hat Shop, Merrial Street, Newcastle-under-Lyme

High street looking north west, Newcastle-under-Lyme

A view of the High Street in the 1970s. Traffic is still going through the town centre at this stage and so the High Street is quite a busy road. The building on the far right hand side is the Guildhall. ...

High Street, May Bank, Newcastle-under-Lyme

May Bank has always been a predominantly residential area and it remained such in 2002. The main feature of May Bank is the Marsh, which can be seen on the left hand side of this photograph.