I have been trying to date this photo of Gateshead High Street. Just realised that in the distance the Dun Cow is being built. Does anyone know when this would be?
Do you know which street it was on?Discussing the early 1970s with an old pal and we remembered a Holly House beside St Cuthberts Village in Gateshead. Are there any details on when it was built, what it was used for and when it was demolished ? Photos would be appreciated.
Anderson and Garland history.So Mrs NP found this on the Newcastle libraries photostream, posted in pics of Newcastle
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Is the caption right?
I m having trouble placing it. Can't be either of the western corners. There's a reference to it being 30s which seems unlikely - 'Electricity board' and nick? Any thoughts?
Found this photo of Pilgrim Street on the WWW. Taken in 1911. The Cooks Corner building can be seen further up Pilgrim Street. If you look at the building on the right hand side which has the large flag. Does it look like the Anderson building? The building to the south of it has the 'urns' that NP has mentioned. If it is I think that it is where the Police and Fire station building is today?Cheers
Its the corner of that has me scratching my head, looking at the 'urn' [I assume not the right architectural term] on the building to the right.
The 'current' Anderson house seems to be part of the Magistrates Courts so that building is on the South of Market St with a building to the west-ish.
Anderson House, Market Street, Newcastle © Stephen Richards cc-by-sa/2.0
It reads as if it's further along Market rather than being on the Corner of Market and Pilgrim because there's a building it seems closer to Pilgrim ?
Kelley's 04 has Anderson at 71 Pilgrim St.