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Jowett Motorcar, belonging to the business of Wellock (Shadwell) (2 comments)
Black & White imageLate 1920s. Image shows a man photographed beside a Jowett motorcar in the late 1920s. The car belongs to the business of Wellock (initials indecipherable.) At the rear is a bulding with a large wooden door and a window at first floor level which is boarded up. Exact location unknown. Courtesy of Shadwell Local History Society.
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Main Street (Shadwell) (1 comment)
Black & White image1904. View of Main Street in 1904. On the left is the Temperance Hotel at number 2 Main Street. A sign reading "Shadwell Temperance Hotel" is displayed on the gable end. It was a favourite meeting place for local people and dances were organised in the large room at the rear of the property. Wrestling matches were also held here. The building opened onto a field which was a popular venue for Sunday School outings, games and picnics. In the years of World War 2 Shadwell A.R.P. Centre operated from the former Temperance Hotel. It is thought to date from the 1860s and was originally built as two cottages by mason, Edward Tarbotton. By 1776 they were occupied by James Stead and his family when they became known as Stead's cottages. They were converted to the Temperance Hotel 1889 and it was run by local man, George Wilson Junior. It was not until 1930 that the name changed to Temperance Cottage. On the right, part of a row of five brick-built terraced houses is visible, numbering from 1 to 9 Main Street in an odd-numbered sequence. The houses stand at the junction with Holywell Lane and are shown on an OS map dated 1908. Courtesy of Shadwell Local History Society.
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Main Street no. 125 (Shadwell) (2 comments)
Black & White imageJune 1965 View shows number 125 Main Street, a Grade II listed building in Shadwell. This property, now Shadwell Village Fish Shop, was built in 1637 of gritstone. In the lintel over the front door is a datestone which reads '1B:AB 1637'. To the left, a shop window and second doorway have been inserted in place of the original 5 light mullion window.
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Main Street no. 61 (Shadwell) (1 comment)
Colour image2003 View of Main Street, Shadwell. The single storey building on the right is number 61, occupied by Classic Cleaners.
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Main Street, early terraced cottages (Shadwell)
Black & White imageUndated. View of part of an old row of listed terrace cottages situated on the north side of Main Street (Shadwell Lane). The terrace of five properties, formerly known as Clemishaw's Cottages, is built in coursed squared gritstone with a slate roof. It is beleived to date from c1800 but was altered in the 20th century. Courtesy of Shadwell Local History Society.
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