EPW031524 ENGLAND (1930). Horner Confectionery Works and the town centre, Chester-le-Street, 1930

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Title [EPW031524] Horner Confectionery Works and the town centre, Chester-le-Street, 1930
Reference EPW031524
Date February-1930
Link
Place name CHESTER-LE-STREET
Parish
District
Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 427277, 551330
Longitude / Latitude -1.5750659019064, 54.855930236135
National Grid Reference NZ273513

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The field next to the station was known as Tunbull's field. During the Second World War the American Forces were encamped in the field. The building on the corner of the field was Turnbull's Office. Colonel Turnbull was an auctioneer and had served in the First World War.



Turning right at the office takes us onto Osborne Road. On your left is the Wesleyan Chapel, the Osborne Working Men's Club, then the Empire Ballroom.

Pelton Fell History Group
Tuesday 19th of March 2013 03:36:33 PM
The field next to the station was known as Tunbull's field. During the Second World War the American Forces were encamped in the field. The building on the corner of the field was Turnbull's Office. Colonel Turnbull was an auctioneer and had served in the First World War.



Turning right at the office takes us onto Osborne Road. On your left is the Wesleyan Chapel, the Osborne Working Men's Club, then the Empire Ballroom.

Pelton Fell History Group
Tuesday 19th of March 2013 03:22:11 PM