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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SCARLETWELL STREET, has been completely demolished.

SCARLETWELL STREET, houses demolished, street name still survives, photo taken in 1919.   click here for a several descriptions.

SHEEP STREET, click here for Alfred Knight's description.

SHEEP STREET, 1972, thanks to Bill Rich.SILVER STREET, has been demolished.

SEMILONG PLACE

SEYMOUR PLACE, has been demolished.

 

SOUTHBRIDGE, all the properties have been demolished. [Photo taken 1913]

SOUTHBRIDGE, before redevelopment, click on picture to view actual size.

SOUTHBRIDGE, before redevelopment.

SOUTHBRIDGE, before redevelopment.

SPENCER BRIDGE ROAD, survives today.

SPENCER PARADE, survives today, photo taken in 1914.

SPENCER PARADE, rear of No. 7, 1890 - Edmund Law & his wife Elisabeth (nee Tanner) thanks to Rose Freeman. Rose's email contact is rose821@btinternet.com

SPRING GARDENS, houses partly demolished, street still survives today.

SPRING GARDENS TERRACE - now demolished

ST. ANDREWS PLACE [on the right], view of the back of, completely demolished.

ST. ANDREWS ROAD, this section has been demolished.

ST. ANDREWS STREET, now demolished.

ST. EDMUNDS ROAD

ST EDMUNDS STREET

ST. GILES STREET

ST GILES STREET, 1971, thanks to Bill Rich.

ST. GEORGES STREET

ST. JAMES ROAD, ST JAMES END, [before 1965] -  thanks to Christine Jones.

ST. JAMES ROAD, thanks to Sue Morley, click here for a full description.

ST. JAMES ROAD (No. 69),thanks to Sue Morley, click here for a full description.

ST. JAMES, tram outside the tramshed & Padmoor & Barnes shoe factory c.1904.  Thanks to Sue Morley.

ST. JAMES, floods in 1939 thanks to Sue Morley.

ST. JAMES SQUARE, completely demolished.

ST. JAMES SQUARE - thanks to Andi Downes, the woman on the left is Sheila Downes (nee Wilson) if you know the lady on the right then please email Andi at :- andidownes@adcontrols.co.uk

ST. JOHN'S HOSPITAL

ST. JOHN'S HOSPITAL, WELLINGBOROUGH ROAD - thanks to Mick Kightley

ST. JOHNS PLACE, now demolished.

ST. JOHNS TERRACE, now demolished (photo taken 1935)

SK. KATHERINE, has been demolished (thanks to Daniel Wyman).

ST. KATHERINES STREET, looking towards College Street, taken 1967, thanks to Chris Downing (who is in this photo)

ST. MARYS STREET, houses all demolished.

ST. MARYS STREET, taken 1947, on waste ground on the north side of St. Marys Street, behind is Horsemarket & St. Katherines Church.  Photo is of Ron & Olive Downing with Chris.  Thanks to Chris Downing.

ST. MICHAELS MOUNT, thanks to Alan Ashton, click here for a full explanation.

ST. PETERS STREET, has been demolished.

ST. PETERS STREET, click here for Brian Faulkner's description.

ST. SEPULCHRE (Northampton)

STIMPSON AVENUE SCHOOL, click here for more photographs.

SWAN STREET, has been demolished.

THENFORD STREET, still survives today.

TODDS LANE, now demolished, click here to read Lucy Starmer's description.

TURNER STREET

                                                                                                        UNION COURT, ST. ANDREWS STREET, demolished, click here to read a description.

UNION STREET, has been completely demolished.

UPPER CROSS STREET, has been completely demolished.

UPPER HARDING STREET, the houses have all been demolished.

VERNON STREET

VICTORIA GARDENS, click here for an explanation.

VICTORIA GARDENS, click here for an explanation.

WELLINGBOROUGH ROAD, thanks to Tony Boullemeir.

WELLINGTON STREET, has been completely demolished.

WEST STREET, has been demolished.

WEST STREET, 1975, thanks to Bill Rich.

WESTON STREET, now demolished (photo taken 1911)

WHITWORTH ROAD, photo taken in 1923.

WILLIAM STREET, has been demolished.

WINDSOR TERRACE, now demolished, click here for a description.

WOOD HILL, click here for more photographs, thanks to Matty Allison.

YORK PLACE, OFF WESTON STREET, now demolished, photograph taken in 1935.

YORK ROAD, mostly survives, photograph taken in 1936.

 

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