Outside the Spread Eagle, Newcastle under Lyme

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Date:1905 - 1910 (c.)

Description:Dancers and a barrel organ outside The Spread Eagle, Penkhull Street on Hospital Saturday. The Spread Eagle can be traced back to 1832. Its name was changed to The Blackfriar in 1977 due to its proximity to the site of the medieval friary. Hospital Saturdays is a charity which was established in 1873 to raise money for health organisations.


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1830s
View of Newcastle-under-Lyme from Clayton fields
View of Newcastle-under-Lyme from Clayton fields

A drawing of a panoramic view of Newcastle from Clayton, by J. Buckler. The close ...

1850s
Sewer map of Newcastle-under-Lyme
Sewer map of Newcastle-under-Lyme

This map shows all the drains and sewage system for Newcastle-Under-Lyme. It was ...

1930s
Paradise Street, Newcastle-under-Lyme
Paradise Street, Newcastle-under-Lyme

Paradise Street in Newcastle-under-Lyme was one of the first areas to be demolished ...

1940s
Paradise street, Newcastle-under-Lyme
Paradise street, Newcastle-under-Lyme

This removal from Paradise Street was one of the many slum clearances that took ...

1970s
Octocentenary Celebrations, Grosvenor roundabout, Newcastle-under-Lyme
Octocentenary Celebrations, Grosvenor roundabout, Newcastle-under-Lyme

In 1973 Newcastle celebrated its octocentenary, to mark the 800th anniversary of ...

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Source: Brampton Museum and Art Gallery, Newcastle under Lyme

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