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Fitzarthur Street, nos. 2-8, Tong Road no. 106, demolition

Fitzarthur Street, nos. 2-8, Tong Road no. 106, demolition
1980s. View showing a block of terraced houses in the process of being demolished. From the left are nos. 8 to 2 Fitzarthur Street then on the end, mostly hidden behind a digger, is no. 106 Tong Road. These houses wre back-to-backs with Fearnley Street on the far side. In the background on the left is the end of a block of terraced housing on Grasmere Avenue, while beyond this are two blocks of high-rise flats, Wortley Towers and Wortley Heights. Taken around the early 1980s.

User Comments:

Chris Page

My cousin John Edward Stead lived at No.75 Fitzarthur Street in 1901 with his wife Alice (nee Thackray) and their son John.




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