I believe this photograph was taken during the 1950s/1960s and shows The Green at Wolviston.
Photograph and details courtesy of Roger Clayton.
Approaching Stockton Town Centre from Church Road, Stockton c1985.
Church Road construction, April 2005.
Photograph courtesy of Andrew Pearson.
We believe this building is next to Yarm Lane Dental Surgery. Photograph taken c1985.
The Argory being built at Ingleby Barwick and a view from The Argory.
Photographs and details courtesy of Graham Wright.
Norton Road heading towards Stockton High Street c1970s.
Photograph taken by Len Toulson. Courtesy of Neal Toulson.
A view of Billingham Green. Note the Pre-Worboys ‘torch of learning’ school sign on the right of the photograph.
A view from Hanover Street, Thornaby with the coking plant and ‘torch’ in the distance c1980s.
As can be seen, Stockton Council have made a real effort to make Walton Court and the grassy area more appealing. I guess that gas has replaced coal for heating in the flats, but how is it done today. Gas fired or individual central heating?
Photographs and details courtesy of Fred Starr.
A view of Nelson Terrace in Stockton c1985.
On the corner of Wilfred Street, in the Parkfield area of Stockton. Wilfred Street and others in this area were demolished c2006.
A view of The Groves in Stockton c1986.
This photograph shows the bulldozers at work during the final phase of the demolition of homes on the Swainby Road Estate, Stockton-on-Tees. This programme commenced in year 2014, as part of a Stockton Council housing old-for-new regeneration housing project. The £10m project was expected to take five years to complete, and was undertaken after residents were invited to a consultation event to find out what was planned for the area, along with details of the new family homes planned for this once highly popular, but now rundown estate. New residents were expected to move in, on a phased intake tenants scheme commencing in Autumn 2014.
Details courtesy of Bob Wilson, photograph courtesy of Neil Hodkinson (Evening Gazette).
A Pen and Ink sketch of Mandale Road, Thornaby in 1920.
Image and details courtesy of Philip Moore.
A view of 8 and 10 Durham Road, Wolviston c1976. (10 Sundial House Farm grade II listed).
Durham Road looking east towards the High Street in Wolviston c1976.