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Remember When: A magical history tour around the vibrant city of Newcastle
A new city walking tour that takes in Newcastle's Grey Street, the Monument, the Castle Keep and much more
1866 medieval Steep Street from the junction with Trenchard Street
Steep Street - Host Street to Griffin Lane -road line altered and became Colston Street. 1871 Joseph Dann, chimney sweeper Edward Robins, umbrella maker John Murphy, newsagent Rosamond Holloway, marine stores John Weeks, boot maker This picture by Frost & Read of Steep Street curving away to the right was recorded five years before it was demolished and replaced by Colston street but on a different realignment.
Riddle's Court, Lawnmarket, Edinburgh
Girls stand in front of a door in Riddle's Court in the Lawnmarket. Wooden stairs are above. A boy leans against a metal gate in a doorway. Above the doorway is a carved stone, writing is carved into the arch.
Incredible black and white pictures show the squalor and misery of life in Slum Britain in the 1960s
In the sixties, an era remembered for its social progress, photographer Nick Hedges's worked with housing charity, Shelter, to capture the austere life in Britain's slums
S.S. Great Britain Bristol 1970
Brunel's ship The S.S. Great Britain passes under Brunel's Bridge and home to her birthplace. There were some tricky moments as salvage experts brought the ss Great Britain back from the Falkland Islands in July 1970. With only inches to spare, the ship was returned to the Jefferies Dock from where she was launched back in 1843.