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Mabgate and Middle Fold (Mabgate) (5 comments)
12th December 1929. View shows Mabgate junction with Middle Fold, shop on corner is premises of Mrs Ann Parish, Newsagent this is 44 Mabgate. The property to the left is listed in the 1929 Kelly's directory as been the premises of Mrs Leah Sneider but was believed to have originally been the Old Buck Inn. Beyond the newsagents are the premises of Mrs Ann Smith, shopkeeper, then New Church Place. Two men stand on the pavement beside a low wall with railings that enclose the graveyard. Junction with St Mary's Street can be seen in the distance.
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Mabgate and New Church Place (City Centre)
12th November 1929. Junction of Mabgate with New Church Place. Shop on corner is property of Mrs Rose Ann Smith. View is looking up Mabgate, the chimney of the Hope foundry is visible in the distance.
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New Church Place (Mabgate) (2 comments)
1956, A row of through houses on New Church Place. Numbers run in descending order from the left to number 54 on the right. Photograph is taken from land when the odd numbered side of this street once stood.
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New Church Place nos. 30 - 36 (Mabgate)
6th April 1964 Image shows a row of four single fronted through-by-light terraced houses with a shared outside toilet block on the right. Two people are stood looking out from the doorways of numbers 30 and 32, while a young child sits on the doorstep of number 36 next to a bundled up carpet.
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New Church Place nos. 30 - 36 (Mabgate) (1 comment)
6th April 1964 Image shows a view of the gable end and rear of a row of through-by-light terraced houses on New Church Place. The grassed area surrounded by a wall and railings belongs to St Mary's Church on St Mary's Street.
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