NORTHAMPTON TOWN STREET PHOTOGRAPHS

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The aim of these web pages are to show (mainly) the old streets of Northampton where people lived during the 19th and 20th centuries.

I would be extremely grateful for copies of photographs of any Northampton town streets you may have,

if you cannot send me a digital copy please still contact me as we may be able to sort out an alternative method.

My email address is:- clarkealanj@gmail.com

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AERIAL PHOTOGRAPH OF NORTHAMPTON TOWN CENTRE - thanks to Mick Kightley, click on link for full size.

 

 

 

 

 

ABBEY STREET, ST JAMES

 

 

 

 

ABBEY TERRACE, ST JAMES

ABBOTTS WAY, ST JAMES Coronation Day, 1935, thanks to Marilyn Ponting

ABERDEEN TERRACE (St. James) photograph taken in 1914.

ABINGTON GROVE

ABINGTON PLACE, this cul-de-sac was situated off York Road, the houses have been demolished.

ABINGTON SQUARE, click here to read Brian Faulkner's memoirs      ABINGTON SQUARE, THE SAVOY, click here to read Alan Ashton's email.

ABINGTON SQUARE 1920's - thanks to Martin Dunkley

ABINGTON STREET, thanks to Graham Baker.

ABINGTON STREET - 1925

ABINGTON STREET / WELLINGTON STREET

ADAMS AVENUE

ADELAIDE STREET, this street has been demolished.

ADELAIDE TERRACE, 1959.

ADNITT PLACE, off Weston Street, now demolished, photograph taken in 1928. 

The lady holding the child with curly hair is Annie Bayliss [b.1897 her married name], she was the grandmother of Doreen Dyson.

ADNITT PLACE, 1935, now demolished.

ALBERT STREET, now demolished

ALBION PLACE, much of Albion Place still survives today.

ALEXANDRA ROAD, 1923. Photograph taken by Jenny Maguire's grandfather Reginald Doble.  Thanks to Jenny.

ALEXANDRA ROAD, Photograph taken by Jenny Maguire's grandfather Reginald Doble. 

May 12,1937 - Coronation Day.

ALFRED STREET

ALLEN ROAD, click here to read Lynda Rich's explanation.

ALLEY YARD, SILVER STREET, now demolished (photo taken in 1937)

ALLISTON GARDENS, this street has been demolished.

ALMA STREET, ST. JAMES, one side of the street still survives today.

APLPHA STREET, this street has been demolished.

ALPHA STREET, photograph taken in 1937.

ALTHORP STREET, has now been demolished.

ALTON STREET, FAR COTTON, now demolished.

ALTON TERRACE, 1964, now demolished.

AMBUSH STREET

ANGEL STREET

ARMY BARRACKS, BARRACK ROAD, this photograph belongs to Doreen Dyson, her father Bill Jones is on the left on the front row, Mrs. Cosford is second from the left on the second row and to the right of her is Mrs. Fitzhugh.

ARYGLE STREET

ARTHUR STREET, has been demolished.

ARTHUR STREET, this street has been demolished.

ARTHUR TERRACE, 1975

ARUNDEL STREET, this street has been demolished.

ASHBURNHAM ROAD

AUGUSTIN STREET, now demolished.

BAILIFF STREET, this street partly survives.

BAILIFF STREET, 1970

BAKER STREET, click here to read Brian Faulkner's memoirs.

BARRACK ROAD, Hopes Place c.1930 shows Brookes' coal merchants. Thanks to Ian Johnson.

BARRACK ROAD, 1971, thanks to Bill Rich.

BATH ROW, has now been demolished.

BATH SQUARE, no longer survives, click here to read Ron Draper's description

BATH STREET, this street partly survives, click here to read some anecdotes.

BATH STREET, Chequers - thanks to Geoff Dunkley.

Geoff says "My Great Grandfather (Frederick James Dunkley b.Feb Jan, 1866) bought it out of the winnings of a bet.  In 1911 he was the landlord of Kings Head in the Mayorhold."

BATH STREET, Chequers - thanks to Geoff Dunkley.

BEARWARD STREET, this street has been demolished and no longer survives on the modern day map.

                                                                                                     BELL BARN, click here for a description.

BILLING ROAD

BILLING ROAD - Grammar School, thanks to Tony Boullemeir.

BLACK LION HILL               

BLACK LION TERRACE

BURROWS / BOROUGHS click here to read an article on this interesting part of Northampton.

BOUVERIE STREET, has been demolished.                           

 BOUVERIE ROAD, 1974, thanks to Bill Rich.                             

BRIDGE STREET, taken in 1876, has seen many changes.

BRIDGE STREET CROSSING - 1926

BRISTOL STREET

BRISTOL STREET, completely demolished, click here for a description by John Short & Bryan Watts.

BROAD STREET, has been completely demolished.

BRUNSWICK PLACE, has now been demolished.

BRUNSWICK PLACE, click here to read Lynda Rich's explanation.

BRUNSWICK STREET, has been demolished.

BULL HEAD LANE, has been demolished, click here for a description by Irene Swainsbury.

CAMBRIDGE STREET, 1935 Silver Jubilee, thanks to Eric Parker, if you recognize anybody in this photograph then please email clarkealanj@myway.com

CAMBRIDGE STREET, 1935 Silver Jubilee, thanks to Eric Parker, if you recognize anybody in this photograph then please email clarkealanj@myway.com

CAMBRIDGE STREET No. 55, Ivy Squires is standing outside, thanks to Eric Parker. Click here for more information.

CANAL VIEW- Nene, Rush Mills, thanks to Jim Payler.

CANAL VIEW - rear of NBC Brewery, thanks to Jim Payler.

CANAL VIEW - Nene, Northampton, thanks to Jim Payler.

CANAL VIEW - Nene, looking towards Phipps Brewery, thanks to Jim Payler.

CAMPBELL STREET, all of the buildings in this section have now been demolished.

CASTLE STREET, this street has been demolished.

CASTLE TERRACE, has been demolished. Click here to read Joan May's story.

CATTLE MARKET HOUSE, floods in 1940, thanks to Jayne Evans.

CATTLE MARKET ROAD, Latimer & Crick building, now redeveloped for housing.

CHALK GARDENS, have now been demolished.

CHARLES STREET - thanks to Mick Kightley (click on link)

GARDEN AT BACK OF HOUSE IN CHEYNE WALK, owned by Edmund Augustus Law, thanks to Rose Freeman, site now occupied by the General Hospital, Rose's email contact is rose821@btinternet.com

CLARE STREET, corner of Kettering Road.

CLEVELAND ROAD, has now been demolished.

CLEVELAND ROAD, 1974, thanks to Bill Rich.

CLIFF ROW, ST. ANDREWS STREET, has been demolished.

CLIFTONVILLE HOUSE, thanks to Roy Smith -  roy.smith27@ntlworld.com

CLOUTSHAM STREET, thanks to Steven Graham

[This is a photo of my late mother (Joyce Skelton) with neighbours .
She lived in Cloutsham street so I presume that the photo was
taken there. She is the shorter dark haired girl to the left of centre.
She was seventeen at the time.]

COLLEGE STREET, some buildings have been demolished.COMMERCIAL STREET, has now been demolished.

COMPTON STREET, has been demolished, photo taken in 1935. Click here for Kit Lack's description.

COOPER STREET, has been demolished and erased off the modern day map.

CRANSTOUN STREET, still survives today.

CROMWELL STREET, has been demolished.

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