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Netherton/Nedderton old photos 2

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Photo Information for Wendy Reed Nedderton c1932.jpg


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Confirmation from Wendy that her relatives lived at Netherton Colliery, she hadn't realised there were two schools. Info on photo updated to show Netherton Colliery Infant School - c1932.

Wendy Reed Nedderton c1932 named.jpg

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On 14/05/2020 at 21:17, Alan Edgar (Eggy1948) said:

@Canny lass - a lad, Alan Brady, on the Facebook group Bygone Bedlington reckons this will be Netherton Colliery Infants school, not Nedderton Junior School. What do you think.

 

I must have missed this. An easy way to distinguish Netherton Infants School at Netherton Colliery from Nedderton Junior School at Nedderton Village is their different building materials. The colliery school was brick built while the village school was stone built (the older part facing the road) with a more modern annexe in green-painted corrugated iron at the rear.

This is brick built but the window is not one I recognise - especially with a door to the right . Compare it to other photos in the gallery and they all show windows with four pains of glass in width. They also seem rather higher than I remember if that's an adult on the far left top row. On other photos the window sill is at chest height.

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