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Victorian St Bees V2

Victorian St Bees V2



Old photographs of the village with commentary

Old photographs of the village with commentary



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    Victorian St Bees V2 Victorian St Bees V2 Presentation Transcript

    • Victorian St Bees Harry Ollis
    • 1905 Main Street and new terraces at Lonsdale terrace and Vale View . The railway in 1849 made it attractive for commuting. Look for the train and the new swimming baths
    • Broomfield Chemist shop on the left and Harding’s store on the right. Cobbles for the pavement, but no kerbs . Horse riders use to ride right up to the post box to post their letters. Notice no railings
    • The Station hotel, then the Royal Hotel was brought by St Bees School in 1888. Can you see the tuck shop?
    • The telegraph hut at the Seacote Beach – a submarine cable laid in 1859, to the Isle of Man 36 miles long. Two more cables were added in 1875 and 1885.
    • The Village School
      • This was built in 1875.
      • There were two parts - infants and boys.
      • In 1897 it became a mixed school with 200 children.
    • Main Street c.1900 Became the co-op in 1902 Blacksmith
    • Main Street c.1900 No 27 was the chemist and telephone exchange. Can you see the pole?
    • Sources
      • C means circa – approximately in years
      • Book by Douglas SIM
      • 100 Years of St Bees
      • Old Calendar Postcards
      • Harry scanned the pictures and inserted them
      • Daddy helped with some of the typing.