A view of the gateway leading up towards St Cuthbert’s Church, Redmarshall.
This shot of the Central Methodist Hall shows the builders just as building work was completed. I was married in this church in 1968 and at that time there were a set of gates and an iron fence to the right of the main building, the annex to the right was the church hall, if you were to walk past the hall you would be in Chiltons Avenue with two prefab classrooms belonging to the South Modern School.
Continuing across Belasis Avenue and along Chiltons Avenue you would bring you to ICI’s West Gate, Chiltons Avenue continued through the ICI works and reappeared at the East Gate. The imaginatively named New Road was built as a replacement for Chiltons Avenue. The church in no longer there, in fact there is very little or nothing left of the original East Row.
Image and details courtesy of Bruce Coleman.
The Church of St Cuthbert in Redmarshall dates from the late 12th century and is now a Grade I listed building.
Photographs taken 13/06/1988
This photograph was taken on a snowy day in February 2009.
An interior view of Stockton Baptist Tabernacle on Wellington Street taken in 1986. The building was demolished in 1999.
Photograph and details courtesy of Philip Moore.
Clergymen from the Parish of Stockton and Norton. Taken Easter 1897.
A view of Stockton Parish Church on the High Street, Stockton. Taken in May 1973.
Ernest Luff, a well known National Christian Evangelist conducted a crusade in Stockton centered in the Hebron Hall Brethren Chapel. My mother aged 18 was baptised by immersion by Ernest Luff there in 1923. This is the front of the Hymn Book used for the services.
Image and details courtesy of Philip Moore.
A photograph showing the interior of Stockton Baptist Tabernacle on Wellington Street, now demolished.
Photograph and details courtesy of Ian Bell
A view of St. Peters Church on West Hartlepool Road in Wolviston. The church was built in 1876 to replace an earlier building.
A close up of the main entrance and doors to the Baptist Tabernacle on Wellington Street, Stockton. The building was designed by T.W.T Richardson and opened in 1902.
This photograph of Norton United Reform Church was taken by one of the 4th Norton Scouts (of which I was a member) who were based in the church hall at the time, I reckon the photograph was taken c1986. The building was demolished in 2007.
Photograph and details courtesy of Neal Aberdeen.
Stockton Parish Church during snowfall, taken on Friday 29th December 2017 from Church Road.
Photograph and details courtesy of Paul Simpson.
This old Church on Thornaby Village Green dates from the 12th century. I attended a service there this month, it was my first view of the inside – beautiful. I remember when the church area was surrounded by a high hedge and gravestones.
Photographs and details courtesy of Derek Brittain.
There have been a few recent posts on Picture Stockton about the previous Mayors of Stockton and whilst I was in the Parish Church I was surprised to find these ‘honours boards’ just inside the main entrance. They are well worth a look but check the church opening times first as it is not always open and even then only by the side or rear entrance but certainly worth a visit.
Photograph and details courtesy of David Thompson.
A view of the Parish Church, Stockton taken in May 1984.