Teesside and Old Cleveland / A Final Selection?

Teesside and Old Cleveland / A Final Selection?

Auteur
:   Robin Cook
Gemeente
:  
Provincie
:   Cleveland
Land
:   United Kingdom
ISBN13
:   978-90-288-5650-9
Pagina's
:   144
Prijs
:   EUR 16.95 Incl BTW *

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39. The Square, Eston, at a later date - about 1930. Two early United buses stand beyond the car, and Watson's café can be seen on the right.

40. A postcard view from about 1905 ofthe 'Eston Worknien's Institute' in its original form , built in red brick in 1902 at a cost of fl,700. It included billiards and recreation and reading rooms. Why did the girls and men always pose separately for the camera on such occasions?

41. A section of the High Street at Eston, taken about 1905. The Royal Hotel on the extreme left and the shop next to it have since been demolished. The Miners' Arms dominates the centre ('Charles H. Kay - Good Stabling'), with the Talbot Hotel several doors further along.

42. A magnificent postcard of a shunting engine standing alongside Eston High Street, near the bottom of California, about 1905. The Eston Institute stands just behind the photographer. The engine had come up from the Iron Works to this point, next to the Tip Yard, where the sm all ironstone tubs were tipped into the large rail wagons seen here, then to be taken down to the Iron Works for processing.

43. A postcard view of the Tip Yard in Eston, a servicing area for the ironstone mines. Taken about 1905, it is possible to see railway lines and pit props piled up for future use. Tbe area lay just to the north of the High Street, and the associated office buildings still stand today.

44. A peaceful scene in Eston High Street, about 1905, with the vicarage - built in 1898 - in the background on the right. The vicar at this time was Rev. William Robert Hannam, and the new Christ Church was only some twenty years old at this time. It lies across the road trom the vicarage.

45. Christ Church, Eston, with a stately carriage taking two ladies up the hill towards what later became the Square. From about 1905.

46. An interesting posteard view of New Bank, Eston Mines, taken about 1905. Two rakes of ironstone tubs ean be seen, and a white horse stands in the middle of a group of miners.

47. Early cottages on The Banks at Eston - built up at Old Bank Drift and long since demolished. The postcard is from about 1905.

48. Loaded ironstone tubs ean clearly be seen on the rail gradient to the right, in this posteard view taken up the hillside near to the Engine House at the Eston Mines, about 1908.

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