Eastgate Street, Stafford,

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Date:1939

Description:View of the junction of Market and Salter Streets, taken from Eastgate Street.

The corner building belonged to Harold Parkes, a music shop owner, who later moved to the building which was once occupied by William Marson's 'Olde Curiosity Shoppe' in St. Mary's Gate.

The offices and bank of the Co-operative Society can be seen on the right of the picture, down the road.


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1890s
Borough Hall, Stafford,
Borough Hall, Stafford,

The Borough Hall on Eastgate Street was designed by Henry Ward, the Borough architect. ...

1900s
Members of Stafford Corporation,
Members of Stafford Corporation,

This photograph of Members of the Corporation outside the Borough Hall on Eastgate ...

1920s
Market Street, Stafford,
Market Street, Stafford,

These buildings in Market Street were demolished in the 1960s. The building on ...

1940s
Dancing School, Borough Hall, Stafford,
Dancing School, Borough Hall, Stafford,

Members of Miss Stitchling's Dancing School in the Borough Hall on Eastgate Street. The ...

1960s
Stafford Borough and British Legion Band
Stafford Borough and British Legion Band

Stafford Borough and British Legion Band standing outside the Borough Hall in Eastgate ...

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Donor ref:P98.011.0003 (18/1916)

Source: Staffordshire Museum Service

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