Ferryhill in old picture postcards

Ferryhill in old picture postcards

Auteur
:   Anne Dixon
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Provincie
:   Durham
Land
:   United Kingdom
ISBN13
:   978-90-288-5903-6
Pagina's
:   80
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:   EUR 16.95 Incl BTW *

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19. The Town Hall, Ferryhill, circa 1904. Probably the most photographed building in the village, this view shows the garden created on the site of the farmer village pond. Note the two beautifully dressed young girls in the foreground.

20. N orth Street, FerryhiIl, circa 1900, showing on the right the old village school built in 1847 and enlarged in 1870 to accommodate 250 pupils at a cast of fS77. The large double-fronted house following was the residence of Doctor Shirlaw.

21. Voluntary workers and school stafffeeding the children of FerryhiIl Village School during the 1921 Coal Strike.

22. Celebrations in the Market Square Ferryhill, 1901, for the coronation of Edward VII.

23. Church Lane, Ferryhill, circa 1910, prior to the building of the Gaiety picture house.

24. East End ofFerryhill, circa 1890. This view, looking from the village towards Manor Farm, clearly shows Hallgarth Pond, on the north side of the raad junction, long since filled in.

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25. East End Farm, Ferryhill, 1910. This farm stood on the north side of Wood Lane, where Tenlands nursing home now stands. The owner at the time, lohn Walker, is seen standing outside with four of his sans.

26. St. Luke's Parish Church, Ferryhill, circa 1920. This church was built in 1853 and replaced the former St. Luke's which stood to the east end of the market square.

27. The vicarage of St. Luke's Parish Church, Ferryhill, circa 1900, from a card postmarked 1908. A large stone house built in 1846, seven years before the present church.

28. 'Broom Cottages Babies -1923', Ferryhill. What a fine group of children. This photograph makes me smile every time I look at it.

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