Cecil Street, Stockton. c1911

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

These are pictures of my grandparent’s House at 42 Cecil  Street. The first picture was taken in 1911 and shows my grandmother in the window. The two young girls are my aunts and the baby is my father. The other picture is the same place; my aunts and Dad slightly older. 42 Cecil Street was also the Labour Party offices for Parkfield ward for many years.

Photographs and details courtesy of Paul Marwood.

5 thoughts on “Cecil Street, Stockton. c1911

  1. My husband’s grandparents had a large house in Cecil St, I believe it was 2 houses (60/62) combined. The upper floor called the Lyceum was used for Spiritulist meetings in the 30s and 40s, their names were George and Maud Neale.

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  2. WASN’T THE END HOUSE OF CECIL STREET USED FOR BINGO PLAYING ON THE TOP FLOOR? IT WAS ALSO KNOWN AS THE BIG HOUSE.

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  3. What a wonderful photo of Cecil Street, my mother was born at number 20 in 1921 and it is lovely to see what the houses looked like as they are now gone.

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