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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MAPLE STREET, has been completely demolished.

MAPLE TERRACE, MAPLE STREET, May 6th,1935 has been completely demolished.

MAPLE STREET, Jubilee Day, thanks to Steve Hill.

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

MAREFAIR, photograph taken on 5.45 p.m. on 13 April, 1963, thanks to Marilyn Ponting.

MAREFAIR

MARGARET STREET, 1955, looking towards Charles Street, thanks to Mr. Stephen Hall.

MARKET SQUARE, 1967, click here to read Brian Faulkner's memories of the Emporium Arcade.

MARKET SQUARE, thanks to Margo Clarke

MARKET SQUARE (taken from an old slide)

 

MARKET STREET, has been completely demolished.

MARKET STREET (1964), has been completely demolished.

MARKET STREET (1953), click here for more pictures and Colin Dunlop's memoirs.

MARLBOROUGH ROAD (1939)

MARRIOTT STREET, still survives today with little change.

MAYORHOLD, has been completely demolished.  Click here to read people's memories.

MAYORHOLD MISSION - thanks to Mick Kightley

MAYORHOLD (1959), all completely demolished.

MERCERS ROW, 1967 thanks to Marilyn Ponting.

 

MOAT STREET, has been completely demolished.

MOUNTS THE, 1971, thanks to Bill Rich.

MELBOURNE STREET, Photo taken in 1911, thanks to Dave Sheriff

MELBOURNE ST, No. 55 showing Emma & Joseph Astell with their

                                                                                                            son Harold plus two soldiers billeted with them during WW1.

                                                                                                            (Thanks to Dave Sheriff)

MELBOURNE STREET, has been demolished.

MERCERS ROW (1927)

MILTON STREET, No. 19 (on the right hand side), Ian Cole's ABBOTT family lived here, please contact him at ianvdiana@aol.co.uk see Ian's Surname Page here

MONKS POND STREET, photo taken around 1949, now demolished, thanks to Dinah Stanton.

MOUNTS, if you know anybody in this photo please email me or roy.smith27@ntlworld.com

MOUNTS, if you know anybody in this photo please email me or roy.smith27@ntlworld.com

MOUNT GARDENS, has been demolished and no longer exists.  Click here for a description.

NAVIGATION ROW (1925) - now demolished.

 

NELSON STREET, has been demolished, the street name still survives.

NEWLAND, has been completely demolished.  Click here to read Brian Faulkner's memories.

NEWLAND, looking towards Campbell Square.

NEWTOWN ROAD, has been demolished.

NORTHCOTE STREET, thanks to Alan Bradshaw, click here to help with identification.

OAKLEY STREET, coronation day 1953. Thanks to Doreen Dyson. [Who is pictured on the back row].

OAKLEY STREET, coronation day 1953. Thanks to Doreen Dyson.

                                                                                                       OLIVER STREET, click here to read the Osborne family memoirs.

PALACE YARD, CHURCH LANE, demolished, street name no longer survives.

PALMERSTON ROAD, thanks to Lee Palmer.

PARADE, read Isabel Chamberlain's memoirs here

PARK ROAD

PARK STREET, click here for an explanation.

PARK STREET, click here for an explanation.

PARKWOOD STREET, has been completely demolished.

PINE STREET, has been demolished and no longer survives.

PORTLAND STREET, has been completely demolished.

PRINCES STREET, now completely demolished.

PYTCHLEY STREET

QUEEN STREET, near the Gasometer Pub, taken in 1935 (Jubilee), Olive Jeffs is in this photo, thanks to Chris Downing.

RACECOURSE, taken in 1974, thanks to Chris Downing.

RAGLAN STREET, has been completely demolished

RAGLAN STREET, 1974, thanks to Bill Rich.

REGENT SQUARE, photograph taken 1887.

REGENT SQUARE, 1920's.

REGENT STREET, most of the properties have now been demolished. [Photo taken 1959]

RICKARD STREET, FAR COTTON, has been completely demolished.

ROBERT STREET

RUSSELL TERRACE, no longer exists, photo taken in 1935.

 

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