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Canny lass - Joan Morland says :-"The last time I saw her was at St Mary's Hospital give her my regards"

and she gave 3 more names for the photo

28 Murial Marsh

33 Lillian Turnbull

38 Margaret Morton

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Netherton Colliery School 1950s - Bygone Bedlington site  - 4 more names, George Armstrong - Eric Johnson - Dereck Young ? - Brian Curry added by Geprge Armstrong. One name from Eileen Owen, not added, that she thinks could be one of the girls is Isobel Bowman (Brian Moor & Isobel Bowmen were her cousins).

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Canny Lass - update to the aerial photo + info - based on additional info bluebarby sent me.

I have not added the updated version into the Gallery yet. Unlike the old version of this site photos in the Gallery can't be deleted by members. When I have finsihed all the updates I will get Admin to delete the redundant photos from the album in :- Historic Bedlington - Netherton/Nedderton old photos 2.  

 

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On Friday, June 26, 2015 at 08:20, Canny lass said:

Nice photo eggy. May I take a copy for personal use?

 

A - First Street

B - Second Street

C - Plessey Street

D - Third Street

 

All house numbers running from 1 left to 25 right in the picture

 

E . Netherton Institute

F -  The Chapel (Methodist, I think but not 100% sure). Not in use during my time. It was ownwd by Bill Mullen (Redhouse farm area) and used for his Haulage Contraction Business The area behind it is the football field.

G - Netherton Infant's School

H - Blue House Farm - better known as Fail's farm (owner Geordie Fail)

I - Depends when the photo was taken. The long building could be a row of new houses built in the ?50s but the "store" (Cooperative Wholesale Society) was here as well.

J - Netherton Pit

K - Netherton Working Men's Club

L - A Chapel (denomination not known), unused as such in my lifetime. Was owned by the Bell family of Third Street who used it as a pig "farm". (Discussed somewhere else on this site).

M - Waste ground. There were rumours that there had been Another row of houses here and there was a lot of rubble under the grass. Strangely, it was skirted by a pavement on it's left-hand side, so possibly there had been houses.

 

There was one more Chapel in Netherton - the Weslyan Chapel. It was still  in use. It's the larger building seen to the left of A and in a direct line NW of L.

 

Hope this helps.

i think I was the pit baths

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