7 thoughts on “Maritime Road, Stockton c1960s

    • Towards Major Street, some buildings that survived after Maritime Road cut Major Street in half can be seen near the crane. It looks like they were then incorporated into the works on the industrial side of the road.


  1. The cul-de-sac on the left is Paxton Close, the people are crossing Maritime Close, with the Tilery Inn and Portrack Lane just out of shot to the right. There seem to be some older buildings to the right of the crane that could be remnants of the terraced housing in the Major/Buxton/Emanuel/Garbutt Street area. The flats on the left have already been flattened with the rest of the Victoria Estate to follow soon.


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