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Thank you all - to keep it simple 1) the photo was taken from the west of the Bedlington Bank, between Atlee Park and Millfield - 2) Bedlington bank & Furnace bank are not in the photo and 3) the building on the skyline of the photo is Millbank House(just East of Beatty Road).

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I have never heard of Millbank House. Can someone enlighten me please?

Millbank - the identification of Millbank House, by Ovalteeny, was the first I had heard of it. Remember Millbank Road & Millbank Place, still there of course, what we used to pass to get to me granny's in Beatty Road but got no history on Millbank House. 

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Here's another one for Eggs  :o

 

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Don't recognize the name or any features in the photo Foxy. The sign on the building to the left says Traveller's Rest and the only Traveller's rest pub I know of, or in Reedy's dads list is the one at Scotland Gate.

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Here's another one for Eggs  :o

 

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I did not work out from the partial photo where this photo was taken - onky ever knew a Traveller's Rest pub at Scotland Gate but now I know there used to be one at the Top End :-

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On 2 February 2014 at 16:06, Eggy1948 said:

Confirmation of Foxy's Albert Hayley + a few others. Not by me, by a relative born 1937. Second from the right front row is Alan Thornton

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On 1/31/2014 at 19:17, Reedy said:

Finally finished scanning 800+ photographs of Bedlington related stuff including Cambois, Barrington, Netherton etc.

 

There are about 6-8 which Dad can't name so any suggestions would be welcome.

 

I've posted the first which he thinks is a Westridge School Football Team from 1952-53. Confirmation or any players names please.

 

 

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Back row second from left my Father in law John Ferguson

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On 14/10/2017 at 13:30, graeme said:

Back row second from left my Father in law John Ferguson

@graeme

 - searching for another football pic and I noticed your comment without a reply to it. I know it's a while back but did you see the entry in the Whitley Memorial Album, with this photo and some name, in the  gallery?

this is a link to the Album :-  

 

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