NORTHAMPTON TOWN STREET PHOTOGRAPHS

G - L

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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GAS STREET, houses have all been demolished.

GEORGE ROW, photograph taken in 1930, thanks to Graham Baker.

GEORGE ROW, 1962 thanks to Marilyn Ponting.

GEORGE HOTEL, GEORGE ROW, thanks to Roy Smith - roy.smith27@ntlworld.com

GOLD STREET, two photographs taken in 1930, thanks to Graham Baker.

GOLD STREET JCN DRAPERY

GOLD STREET 1962, thanks to Marilyn Ponting.

GOLD STREET, looking towards All Saints Church

GOLD STREET, Maypole shop, thanks to Mr. Stephen Hall,  the lady on the left is Stephen's  Grandmother Mrs Doris Barker and the other lady is Madge Jarman

GLADSTONE TERRACE, has been demolished and erased off the modern day map.

GRAFTON PLACE, has been demolished, click here to read Jim Edwards' description.

GRAFTON STREET, mostly demolished, click here to read Lucy Starmer's description.

GREAT RUSSELL STREET, thanks to RH Oliver.

GREAT RUSSELL STREET, thanks to RH Oliver.

GREAT RUSSELL STREET, thanks to RH Oliver.

GREAT RUSSELL STREET, VE Day 1945, click here to read Reg Oliver's description.

GREAT RUSSELL STREET, houses demolished, street partly survives.

GREAT RUSSELL STREET, 1953 Cornonation Day click here

GREEN STREET, houses now demolished, click here to read about Payne the chimney sweep.

GREENWOOD ROAD, ST. JAMES, partly survives.

GREGORY STREET, houses now demolished.

GREYFRIARS STREET, has been demolised, the Grosvenor Centre now occupies this site.

GROOMS YARD, ABINGTON STREET, no longer exists.

GUILDHALL ROAD, 1974, thanks to Bill Rich.

HARDINGSTONE, WATERPUMP COURT - photo taken c.1908.  Thanks to Martin Dunkley.

Martin says that the court was named after the water pump and his grandmother, great aunt and uncle are in the photo.  The rabbit cages are placed up on the wall to keep them out of reach of foxes.

HARDING TERRACE, has been demolished and no longer exists.

HAZELWOOD ROAD, rear of No. 24 - Edmund Augustus Law (known as Gus) thanks to Rose Freeman.

The site of HAZELWOOD ROAD (from article 1933)

HENLEY STREET, FAR COTTON, has been completely demolished.

HERBERT STREET, has been demolished, click here for Len Riley's description.

HOOD STREET (No. 50), c.1910 shows Samuel Swindall with his wife Maria nee Barker, if you have any other information about this photograph then please email me at clarkealanj@myway.com [thanks to Alan Muddiman]

HOOD STREET, (o/s No. 3), taken in 1978, thanks to Chris Downing.

HORSEMARKET - click here to read Arthur George Hanwell's memoirs

HORSEMARKET, properties now all demolished.

HORSEMARKET GARDENS, properties now all demolished.  Click here for a description.

INKERMAN TERRACE, click here for Brian Faulkner's memoirs.

INKERMAN TERRACE, has been completely demolished.

                                                                                                      JOHNSONS ROW, no longer exists.  Click here for Lucy Starmer's description.

JUNCTION ROAD, click here for an explanation.

KERR STREET, now all demolished.

KETTERING GARDENS, houses demolished, street pattern still in existence.

KETTERING ROAD, this section has hardly changed.

KETTERING ROAD, 1971, thanks to Bill Rich. Click here for an article on this street.

KETTERING ROAD outside John Clare School, Alfred Bayes is in the car, thanks to Lynda Rich.

KETTERING ROAD, Maypole Dairy, c.1930 thanks to Mr. Stephen Hall.

The man in the doorway on the left is Stephen's Grandfather Mr George Barker.

KINBURN PLACE [on the left], back view, now demolished, click here for a description.

JUNCTION ROAD, plane crash - thanks to Pete Kirton.

KING STREET, has been demolished, click here to read Joyce Hall's description and Brian              

                                                                                                                                                                                                            Faulkner's & Terry Mason's memoirs.KING STREET, now demolished.

 

KINGSTHORPE HOLLOW, thanks to Richard Chaplin, photo dated 1942. (Gents toilets are in the background)

                                                                                                       KINGSTHORPE HOLLOW, click here to read Reg Spittle's memoirs.

                                                                                                       KINGSTHORPE HOLLOW, click here to read Mr. Eales' memoirs.

                                    KINGSWELL STREET, this side of the street has mostly been demolished.

KINGSWELL STREET, 1923.

KINGSWELL TERRACE, has been completely demolished.

KINGSWELL TERRACE, has been completely demolished.

LADYS LANE, 1970.

 

LAWRENCE STREET, has been completely demolished.

LAWRENCE STREET, please click here to view more photo's.

LEICESTER STREET, houses demolished, street pattern still survives.

LEICESTER STREET, c.1930-40 - thanks to Ian Johnson.

LITTLE CROSS STREET, BAKERS ARMS - now demolished.

LLOYD ROAD, still survives today, click here to see what it looks like today.

                                                                                                        Thanks to Roy Smith for this photograph - roy.smith27@ntlworld.com

LONDON ROAD, 1923.

LORNE ROAD

LOWER ADELAIDE STREET

LOWER MOUNTS, has been mostly demolished.

 

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