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PC00119501950: Hexham Abbey From The Air. Looking E, Church Row, Market Place, Beaumont Street. Shows the rebuilt Chapter House, so post-1950sWalter ScottC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC0021994Pre-1994: Northumberland. Earlier edition of PC4Dennis ProductionsC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC00319921992: Hexham, Northumberland. Ordnance Survey of town map, 1:25,000 scale, with main roads overprintedBoltshole Cards GN92/03aC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC00419941994: Northumberland: Twixt Tyne & Tweed. Later edition of PC2Dennis ProductionsC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC0051930c1930: Hexham Hydro Hotel, Northumberland. Aerial view looking NW showing surrounding landUnknownC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC00619831983: Hexham Abbey, aerial view looking N, Beaumont Street and Battle Hill to Fore Street on right. Between 1950s when the Chapter House lobby was rebuilt as a chapel, and the addition of the Song School above it in 1984Airfotos 240C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC0071930c1930?: Air View of Hexham, Elvaston. Looking E, the "saints" roads off Elvaston Road, town in backgroundAerofilms 14000C Dallison: postcard collectionAerialGallery1Gallery2
PC00819911991: Hexham Abbey aerial view looking E, Market Place, top of Beaumont StreetRJL AssociatesC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1Gallery2
PC00919831983: Hexham, Northumberland, Market town with Abbey. Aerial view looking NW, running track in foregroundAirfotos 241C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC01019901990: Hexham Abbey aerial view looking NE. Post 1984 (the Song School above the Chapter House Lobby was added in 1984)J. Arthur DixonC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC01119951995: Hexham Abbey aerial view looking W, Moot Hall in foregroundC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC0121980c1980?: NorthumberlandHarvey Barton MP12C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC0131980c1980?: Drive 108, map showing round trip from Hexham to Stanhope via HaltwhistleAA Drive 108C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC0141984Post-1984: Hexham Abbey looking SW from bowling green, insets: Hexham Bridge, Cawfields, Queen's HallLarkfield PrintingC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC0152000c2000: The market town of Hexham. Town view from FellsideSimon Fraser PN37C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC01619951995: Hexham, aerial view looking S, centred on the Abbey, Beaumont Street, Market Street and Battle HillAir Images N720-16C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC01719951995: Hexham, aerial view looking E, centred on the Market Place, Gilesgate and Beaumont StreetAir Images N720-22C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC01819951995: Hexham, aerial view looking NE, centred on the Abbey, Battle Hill, Priestpopple, Beaumont Street with Robbs Tynedale Retail Park and railway in distanceAir Images N720-18C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC0191910c1910?: The Abbey and Market Place, St Wilfrid's Gate, Hexham. Two views overlaid with Abbey's arms bearing the motto: Hexam (sic) AbbeyHills Aquatint Series HEA1C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC0201950c1950: Hexham coat of arms. Arms awarded to Hexham Urban District CouncilUnknownC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC0211900c1900: The Abbey. Image of the Abbey prior to the building of the nave (1907) and post Vestry extension (1870), with the coats of arms labelled Umfreville, Northumbria, HexhamLisle's Series No 1670C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC02219161916: Hexham. Tinted; Battle Hill, Hydropathic, Swallow Ship, Beaumont Street, with Abbey from NW in centreF. Mothersill, PO HexhamC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC02319071907: Greetings from Hexham. Monochome; Hexham from Station, Moot Hall, St Wilfrid's Gateway, Market Place, Hexham Abbey, Swallowslip (sic) near HexhamPhotocromC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC02419541954: Greetings from Hexham. Sepia; Tyne Green, Hexham from Anick, Battle Hill, Beaumont Street, with Abbey centredValentine & SonsC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC02519091909: Hexham. Tinted; Priestpopple from W, Tyne Green, Hydro and Winter Gardens, Hexham from Railway Station, Hexam (sic) Abbey coat of arms centredValentine & SonsC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC0261930c1930: Hexham. Sepia; from the Station, Tyne Green From N side, The Market Place, The Bowling Green, The AbbeyPhotocromC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC02719151915: Hexham, Swallowship, Tyne Bridge, Abbey arms. SepiaUnknownC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC02919211921: Hexham. 12 tinted images of area with Hexham embossed in centreHills Aquatint Series HEX1C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC03019131913: Hexham from station (actually from railway bridge), Market Place, Abbey, Benson Monument, Abbey Grounds. ColourUnknownC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC0311910c1910?: Greetings from Hexham. The Abbey and Market Place, St Wilfrid's Gate, Hexham Abbey From North West, Tyne Green, Moot Hall, The Tyne Bridge. SepiaHills Aquatint Series HEQ2C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC03219131913: Peeps around Hexham. Monochrome; Grammar School, Moot Hall, Old Mill Acomb, Anick, Swallowship, Linnolds (sic), Swallowship (again). SepiaHills Aquatint Series HEQ1C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC0331936Post-1936: Greetings from Hexham. Tyne Green, Hexham from Anick, Battle Hill, Beaumont Street, Abbey centred. SepiaValentine & Sons G8237C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC03419141914: Hexham. The Abbey, Benson's Monument, The Seal, Tyne Green, crossed flensing tools in centre. TintedGFP SeriesC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC03519521952: Best of luck from Hexham. St Wilfrid's Gate, Hexham Abbey, Market Square, Linnolds Bridge near Hexham, dog bearing basket of flower in centre. SepiaValentines H4613C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC03619621962: Good Luck From Hexham. Public Park and War Memorial, Hexham Abbey from Hexham House, Tyne Bridge, Rustic bridge Recreation Ground, black kitten in centre. MonochromeValentines H3911C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC0371908c1908: Hexham Abbey, The Roman Wall. Tinted; Abbey is post 1908 (new nave shown) and before the graveyard was properly levelled after having the spoil from the nave site dumped there - hence the half buried gravestones!PhotocromC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1Gallery2
PC03819801980: Hexham in Tynedale. Colour; Beaumont Street (W side), Market Street, Market Place, Tyne GreenDickinson Robinson L6/SP 5669C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC03919151915: Hexham. Tyne Green, St Wilfrid's Gate Hexham Abbey, Market Place, Tyne Bridge, Hexham Abbey centred. MonochromeValentinesC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC04019821982: Hexham. Colour; Abbey, War memorial, Moot Hall, Hexham BridgePhoto Precision PLX22110C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC04119821982: Hexham. Abbey from the South, Abbey and War Memorial, Beaumont Street and Abbey, Abbey from the park, Abbey and Market Place centred. ColourBamforth ET5090C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC0421990c1990: Greetings from Hexham. The Abbey, Hadrian's Wall, Tyne Bridge. ColourJ. SalmonC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC04319821982: Hexham. Colour; Abbey looking W across Shambles with text description of townPhoto Precision PLX22326C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC0441990c1990: Hexham. Colour; the Abbey from Beaumont Street and from the Market Place, Moot HallDennis Print H059005LC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC04519601960: Hexham. Tyne Bridge, Hexham (from the station), Priestpopple, Market Place and Abbey, Hexham Abbey centred. TintedValentines L7503C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC0461980c1980?: Hexham. Colour; Swaledale sheep with twin lambs, dusk over Hexham, Hexham AbbeyPhilip Parker PhotographyC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC04719171917: Hexham. Market Place (caption off image at top), Hexham Abbey, Priestpopple. Embossed sepiaValentines SeriesC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC04819171917: Tyne Bridge, Hexham from Station, Linnolds Bridge. Embossed sepiaValentines SeriesC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC04919061906: Hexham. Linnolds Bridge (caption off image at top), The Linnolds, Hexham embossed in centre. TintedHills Aquatints HE72C Dallison: postcard collectionHexhamshireGallery1
PC05019061906: Hexham. Swallowship, Hexham embossed in centre. TintedHills Aquatints HE71C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC05119021902: Hexham from Oakwood. Monochrome; Bridge End buildings, town in distanceUnknownC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC05219091909: Hexham from Oak Wood. Monochrome; Bridge End buildings, town in distanceW.M. Lisle, Glosso SeriesC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC05319071907: Hexham from Oakwood Bank. Tinted; Bridge End buildings, town in distanceValentine's Series (10975 J.V.)C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC0551910c1910: Valley of Tyne, Hexham. Tinted; looking NE, Alemouth Road to Hexham BridgeJ.W. JurC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC0561910c1910?: Hexham from Anick. Monochrome; General view of town looking SW, bridge in middle distanceValentine IJ005C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC0571910c1910?: Tynedal (sic) at Hexham. Monochrome; looking N (from Fellside?) towards Hexham Bridge and Bridge End buildingsPhotocrom 75859C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC0581900c1900?: General View Hexham. Tinted; town view from Tyne Green across Mart fieldsBills, Sunderland He2C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC0591910c1910?: Hexham. Tyne Green From N side. Sepia monochrome; river, Abbey in centre above Tyne Green treesPhotocrom 73748C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC0601900c1900?: The Tyne at Hexham. Coloured painting of fishman on islets east of the bridge, from the N bank with Abbey centred. Signed: Norman CrusseDainty SeriesC Dallison: postcard collectionTyne GreenGallery1
PC0611930c1930?: Hexham from Fellside. Colour; looking NW across roofs, town view with Abbey in mid distanceHarvey Barton 01148C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC06219041904: Hexham - General View. Monochrome; looking NW town view along valleyW.M. Lisle's No.3 Series, HexhamC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC0631904c1904?: Hexham, Northumberland, from the South. Monochrome; looking NW town view across fieldsE.T.W. Dennis & SonsC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC0641898c1898: Hexham and Tyne Vale. Hand tinted; looking NW town view along valleyUnknown 3917.7C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC0651898c1898: From the South Hexham. Hand tinted; looking N town view across fieldsUnknown 11298C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC0661900c1900?: Hexham From S. Monochrome; large house (Hackwood?) in foreground, town in distanceUnknown 2356C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC06719061906: Hexham. Monochrome; looking NW town view across fieldsLisle's New Series No. 6C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC06819191919: The Tyne, Hexham, Northumberland. Coloured painting by Sutton Palmer of valley looking NW, the town to the left and the bridge to the rightJ. Salmon 1736C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC0691910c1910?: Hexham From E. Monochrome; town view centred on Abbey with bridge in distance on rightUnknownC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC0701932c1932: Hexham & Tyne Green. Hand tinted; looking S across river, landing stage and boathouse, town view and Abbey centred in distanceValentine's Series (217363 J.V.)C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1Gallery2
PC07119141914: Hexham, West End. Hand tinted; looking NW, Windmill Hill, housing to the W and SRichardson & Co., HexhamC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1Gallery2
PC07219851985: Dark over Hexham. Twilight, looking SPhilip Parker PhotographyC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC07319871987: Rainbow over the rooftops, Hexham Abbey looking NWPhilip Parker PhotographyC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC0741910c1910?: Hexham Abbey NW. Monochrome; across roof tops, rebuilt naveGibson & Son (41)C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC07519171917: Hexham From The South. Sepia photograph, looking NW farm building in foreground (High Shield, same house shown in PC76?), town below in mid distanceJudges' Ltd 2249C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC0761955c1955: Hexham. Monochrome; looking NW town view across fields (High Shield, same house shown in PC75?)Walter Scott DD120C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC0771900c1900?: Hexham from the Station. Hand tinted; looking SW from railway bridge endUnknown 3917.2C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC0781900c1900?: Hexham from the Nurseries. Hand tinted; looking SW across Wentworth nurseries with town in backgroundReliable Series 309C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1Gallery2
PC07919041904: The Bridge, Hexham. Looking N over Hexham Bridge from railway bridge, pony and trapRuddock Ltd C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC08119141914: Hexham. Hand tinted; looking SW along Alemouth Road, town viewRuddock Ltd C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC0821900c1900: Hexham from the N. Monochrome; looking SW from Wentworth nurseries to Old Gaol and Prospect HouseGibson & Son (108)C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1Gallery2
PC08319131913: Tyne Bridge and Railway Station, Hexham. Hand tinted; looking SE from above Haugh LaneMilton No 270C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1Gallery2
PC08419051905: General View Hexham. Hand tinted; looking S from Tyne GreenBills, Sunderland He2C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC0851910c1910?: Tyne Valley and Hexham Station. Hand tinted; looking E, town view from Abbey roof across Moot Hall and Old Gaol, J Ching's Central Tea Rooms in foregroundRichardson & Co., HexhamC Dallison: postcard collectionRailwayGallery1Gallery2
PC0861910c1910?: Hexham From Station. Sepia; looking SW, across Wentworth nurseriesPhotocrom 75641C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1Gallery2
PC0871900c1900?: General View Hexham. Hand tinted; looking SW across Wentworth nurseriesWalter Benton 4010C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1Gallery2
PC0881910c1910?: Hexham From Station. Monochrome; looking SW across Wentworth nurseriesValentine & Sons 21760C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1Gallery2
PC08919231923: Hexham From The Railway Station. Sepia; looking SW across Wentworth nurseriesT & G Allan 8066JVC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1Gallery2
PC0901920c1920?: Hexham from Railway Station. Hand tinted; looking SW across Wentworth nurseries, Abbey shield insetValentine's Series (10848 J.V.)C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1Gallery2
PC09119021902: Hexham From The Nurseries. Sepia; looking SW across Wentworth nurseriesGibson & SonC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1Gallery2
PC09219041904: Hexham from Railway Station. Hand tinted; looking SW across Wentworth nurseriesWrench Series 11334C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1Gallery2
PC09318891889: Hexham. Monochrome; looking SW from AnickC. Armstrong & Sons, Hexham, Valentines Series (11005)C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC0941932c1932: Tyne Bridge, Hexham. Monochrome; looking E from Tyne Green, man at landing stage with pleasure boatsValentine's Series (217366 J.V.)C Dallison: postcard collectionHexham BridgeGallery1
PC09519561956: Hexham from Anick. Sepia; looking SW, Hexham BridgeValentines 11005C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC0961920c1920?: Hexham, Tyne Bridge. Monochrome; looking SW from N bankPhotocrom 8815C Dallison: postcard collectionHexham BridgeGallery1
PC09719571957: Tyne Bridge, Hexham. Sepia; looking E from Tyne Green above landing stage, two canoeistsValentines L2062C Dallison: postcard collectionHexham BridgeGallery1
PC09819071907: Hexham from the Tyne. Monochrome; looking S from N bankGibson & Son, Hexham, No. 184C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC09919111911: Tyne Bridge, Hexham. Monochrome; looking E from Tyne Green, bridge reflected in calm waterValentine's Series (70916 J.V.)C Dallison: postcard collectionHexham BridgeGallery1
PC10019321932: Tyne Bridge, Hexham. Tinted; looking E from Tyne Green, pleasure boat on river, people on riverside footpathValentine's Series (217364 J.V.)C Dallison: postcard collectionHexham BridgeGallery1
PC10119361936: Tyne Green, Hexham. Tinted; looking W from S end of bridge, landing stageValentine's Series (217362 J.V.)C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC10219131913: Hexham, Tyne Green and Bridge. Oil painting (artist uncredited), looking E from S river bank W end of Tyne GreenRaphael Tuck 7027C Dallison: postcard collectionHexham BridgeGallery1Gallery2
PC10319071907: Tyne Bridge, Hexham. Tinted; looking E from N river bank near bridgeGibson & Son (256)C Dallison: postcard collectionHexham BridgeGallery1
PC1041967Pre-1967: Tyne Bridge, Hexham. Monochrome; looking E from S bankF. Frith HXM90C Dallison: postcard collectionHexham BridgeGallery1
PC10519041904: Tyne Bridge, Hexham. Monochrome; looking E apparently taken from mid riverW.M. Lisle's No.3 Series, HexhamC Dallison: postcard collectionHexham BridgeGallery1
PC1062000c2000: Tyne Bridge, Hexham. Colour; looking N from Tyne Green, bridge through treesSalmon 2-02-05-02C Dallison: postcard collectionHexham BridgeGallery1
PC10719901990: River Tyne, Hexham. Colour; Hexham Bridge through trees and mist, from Tyne GreenPhilip Parker PhotographyC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC1081950c1950: Tyne Green, Hexham. Tinted; looking NW from S end of bridge, landing stages, two canoeistsValentines L2061C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC10919651965: Tyne Bridge, Hexham. Colour; looking E from Tyne GreenHarvey Barton 01145C Dallison: postcard collectionHexham BridgeGallery1
PC11019031903: Hexham, Tyne Bridge. Tinted; looking SW from N bankUnknown 573C Dallison: postcard collectionHexham BridgeGallery1
PC1111960c1960: Tyne Bridge, Hexham. Monochrome; looking E, traffic on bridgeUnknown 107C Dallison: postcard collectionHexham BridgeGallery1
PC1121910c1910: The Tyne at Hexham. Monochrome; looking NW, landing stages, pleasure boatsPhotocrom 53371C Dallison: postcard collectionTyne GreenGallery1
PC1141907c1907: Tyne Green, Hexham. Monochrome; looking W from centre of bridge, landing stages with pleasure boatsUnique seriesC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC11519031903: Fountain, Market Place, Hexham. Monochrome; looking SW, men at Temperley Memorial Fountain, No 17/18 Spencer Bros. and Beaumont Street in backgroundHunters SeriesC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC11619041904: Old Houses Market Place Hexham, Tinted. Looking SE from Market Street No 2 on right to Market Place, No 23 Market Place John GreggGibson & Son, Hexham, No. 19..C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1Gallery2
PC11719111911: Market Place, Monochrome; N side looking N, No 27/28 decorated for coronation of George V, Porteous & Thomson, HW Gillies ironmongerUnknownC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC11819011901: The Fountain, Hexham. Monochrome; Market Place looking SW towards Beaumont Street, newly-installed Temperley Memorial Fountain & piles of rubble, No 17/18 Spencer Bros. in backgroundHunter's SeriesC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC11918201820: Hexham Market Place in 1820 AD. Hand tinted engraving on 1906 postcard; looking SW showing S and E sides of Market Place, buildings in front of AbbeyGibson & Son, Hexham, No. 171C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC12019571957: Market Place and Abbey, Hexham. Hand tinted; looking SW towards Beaumont Street from NE corner of Market Place, Temperley Memorial FountainValentines L4260C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC12118101810: Old Market Place, Hexham, 1810 AD. Monochrome engraving on c1905 postcard; looking SW from the NE corner of Market Place, the Shambles, pant, buildings in front of AbbeyGibson & Son, Hexham No. 150C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC12220132013: Farmers' Market, Hexham. Colour; looking W from outside Moot Hall, market stalls, Abbey in backgroundArmstrongs of HexhamC Dallison: postcard collectionMarket PlaceGallery1
PC12320132013: The Abbey and Market Place, Hexham. Colour; looking SW from junction with Hallstile Bank, market stallsArmstrongs of HexhamC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC12419101910: Market Place, Hexham. Tinted; looking SW towards Beaumont Street from NE corner, the Shambles, Temperley Memorial Fountain, Abbey, No 17/18 Spencer Bros. on leftUnknown 3917.3C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC12519051905: Market Place and Abbey, Hexham. Monochrome; looking SW towards Beaumont Street, elevated view from NE corner, the Shambles, Temperley Memorial Fountain, Abbey, No 17/18 Spencer Bros. on leftValentine's Series (46475 J.V.)C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC1261912c1912: The Abbey, Hexham. Monchrome; looking W from Moot Hall, Market Place Temperley Memorial Fountain, Abbey with scaffolding at gable end of S transept, railings outside Abbey, No 19 Flag Ends Inn pub on rightT & G Allans Real Photo SeriesC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1Gallery2
PC12719061906: Market Place, Hexham. Monochrome; looking SW towards Beaumont Street from NE corner, Temperley Memorial Fountain, the Shambles, No 17/18 Spencer Bros, Abbey, horse and cart being led, No 19 Flag Ends Inn pub on rightLisle's New Series No. 6C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC1281910c1910?: The Abbey and Market Place, Hexham. Tinted; looking SW towards Beaumont Street from NE corner, No 19 Flag End Inn pub on right, Temperley Memorial Fountain, postmarked 1925 but would appear to have been taken considerably earlierHills Aquatint HEP21C Dallison: postcard collectionFlag EndsGallery1Gallery2
PC12919161916: Hexham Abbey. Tinted; looking SW from Market Place, Temperley Memorial FountainJ. Chaffey 2357C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC1301900c1900?: Hexham Abbey and Market Place. Tinted; looking SW from Market Place, laden horse-drawn wagons, Temperley Memorial FountainGibson & Sons, Hexham (184)C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC13119501950: The Abbey and Market Place, Hexham. Coloured; looking W from roof of Moot Hall, market stalls, AbbeyValentines H9724C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC13219571957: Market Place and Moot Hall, Hexham. Monochrome; looking E, elevated image, market stalls, No 32/33 RS Cato & Co Wines & Spirits, No 9 Red Stamp Stores adjacent to Moot HallValentines H9725C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC13319471947: Market Day, Hexham. Monochrome; looking W from Market Place, stalls, AbbeyWalter Scott DD53C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC1341990c1990: Market Square, Hexham. Colour; looking W from Moot Hall roof, travelling fair in Market Place, AbbeyHumshaugh WIC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC13519111911: Hexham Abbey, Monochrome; looking W across Market Place, pedestrians gathered around Temperley Memorial Fountain, No 19 Flag Ends Inn pub on rightMessrs Hunter, HexhamC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1Gallery2
PC13619391939: The Cross and Abbey, Hexham. Monochrome; looking SW from Market Place, mis-named Temperley Memorial Fountain, No 19 Market Place HH Telfer butcherValentines H1795C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC1371990c1990: Northumberland, Hexham. Colour; looking SW from Market Place, Abbey, No 19 Gourmet Kitchens (possibly vacant), Tea Rooms aboveMichael Goonan SPN105C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC13820032003: Hexham Abbey looking SW from Market Place. Coloured pencil and wash artwork (B Claughton), Temperley Memorial FountainClaughton Photography BC11C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC13919821982: Hexham Market Place. Colour; looking W from Moot Hall roof, Abbey with parking spaces in front, wooden shack for Abbey shop, No 19 Robsons Nurseries to the rightHexham TICC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC14019821982: Hexham Market Place. Colour; looking W from Moot Hall roof, market stalls, Abbey with parking spaces in front, wooden shack for Abbey shop, No 19 Robsons NurseriesHexham TICC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC1411970c1970: Hexham Abbey. Colour; looking SW across Market Place, Temperley Memorial Fountain, No 19 Robsons Nurseries shopJ. Salmon 1-02-05-04C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC1421910c1910: Beaumont Street and Abbey. Tinted; looking SW towards Beaumont Street from NE corner of Market Place, children at Temperley Memorial Fountain, No 19 Flag Ends Inn pubBills, Sunderland He1C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1Gallery2
PC14319951995: Market Day, Hexham. Colour; looking SW from NE corner past Market Place stalls, AbbeyAge ConcernC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC14420012001: Hexham Northumberland. Colour; looking W from Moot Hall, Market Place stalls, AbbeyMichael Goonan SPN105C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC14519971997: Hexham Abbey and Market. Colour; looking W from Moot Hall, Market Place stalls, AbbeyJ. Arthur Dixon L6/PNO 42080C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC1461960c1960: Hexham Abbey & Market Place. Monochrome; looking W from Moot Hall roof, Temperley Memorial Fountain, Abbey with parked vehicles in front, No 19 Market Place (grocer?), No 20 Armstrong printer, No 21 (?)Walter Scott DD109C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC1471970c1970: Hexham Abbey from the East. Monochrome; looking W from Moot Hall roof, wooden shack for Abbey shopWalter Scott DD137C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC1481970c1970: Hexham Abbey and Market Place. Colour; elavated view from Moot Hall looking NW across Market Place, No 19 F Charlton Grocer and ?, No 20 Armstrong printer, Temperley Memorial FountainValentines ET5040C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC1491965c1965: Market Place and Moot Hall, Hexham. Monochrome; looking E from Abbey, market stalls, No 32/33 R Cato & CoBorder Series 101C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC15019801980: The Abbey and Market Place, Hexham. Colour; elavated view from SE corner looking W across roof of the ShamblesPhoto Precision PLX22326C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC15119811981: Hexham Abbey. Colour; looking W from Market Place, floodlit Abbey, No 19 Market Place Robsons Nurseries shopWalter Scott CN127C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC15219041904: Market Place, Hexham. Monochrome; looking E across Market Place, Temperley Memorial Fountain, buildings including No 6/7 Gibson in front of Moot HallGibson & Son (151)C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC15319081908: Market Place, Hexham. Hand tinted; looking NE from Beaumont Street, horse-drawn cart in front of the Shambles, Moot Hall with No 6/7 in frontJ. ChaffeyC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC1541908c1908: Market Place, Hexham. Hand tinted; looking NE from Beaumont Street, Temperley Memorial Fountain, No 9 E Riddle, in front of Moot Hall No 6/7 Gibsons, No 5 J Ching's Central Tea RoomsADB SeriesC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC15519081908: Hall Gate, Hexham. Hand tinted, mis-titled unless referring to archway under Moot Hall; looking NE from Beaumont Street, horse-drawn cart in Market Place, the Shambles, No 6/7 Gibsons in front of Moot HallRuddock Ltd C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC15619231923: Market Place, Hexham. Monochrome; looking NE from Beaumont Street, shoppers, Temperley Memorial Fountain, No 6/7 Kirby Confectioner Tobacconist and Electrical Supply Co Ltd in front of Moot Hall, No 9 E Riddle on rightValentine's Series (88446 J.V.)C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC1571920c1920: The Moot Hall and Shambles, Hexham. Monochrome; looking NE from Beaumont Street, No 6/7 Kirby Confectioner Tobacconist in front of Moot HallLilywhite HHM4C Dallison: postcard collectionMarket PlaceGallery1
PC15819131913: Market Place, Hexham. Monochrome; looking NE from Beaumont Street, corner of Abbey railings, No 32/33 RS Cato, No 5 J Ching's Central Tea Rooms and No 6/7 (?) in front of Moot HallUnknownC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC15919051905: Market Place, Hexham. Tinted; looking SE from NW corner, Temperley Memorial Fountain, buildings in front of Moot Hall (No 5 J Ching's Central Tea Rooms just visible, No 6/7 vacant?), No 9 E Riddle on rightValentine's Series (46474 J.V.)C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC16019081908: Market Place, Hexham. Tinted; looking NE from Beaumont Street, Temperley Memorial Fountain, the Shambles, in front of Moot Hall No 5 J Ching's Central Tea Rooms, No 6/7 vacant (?)NPC HexhamC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC16119041904: The Market Place, Hexham. Tinted; looking E across Market Place, Temperley Memorial Fountain, buildings in front of Moot HallGibson & Son, Hexham 151C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC1621920c1920: Market Place, Hexham. Tinted; looking NE on market day from Beaumont Street, the Shambles, Moot HallUnknownC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC1631955c1955: Market Place and Moot Hall, Hexham. Monochrome; looking NE from Beaumont Street, Temperley Memorial FountainPhotocraftsC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC16519821982: Moot Hall and Market Place. Colour; looking E across Market Place, construction boarding in front of Moot Hall, Temperley Memorial Fountain, No 9 LiptonsPhoto Precision PLX22151C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC16620132013: Hexham, Northumberland. Colour; looking NE from Abbey flags across Market Place, Hexham information board, the Shambles, Moot Hall, No 9 The Edinburgh Woollen MillArmstrongs of HexhamC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC1671990c1990: Hexham Market. Colour; stalls and shoppers in the Shambles, No 11/12 Stafford's fruiterers in backgroundSt Oswald's HospiceC Dallison: postcard collectionMarket PlaceGallery1
PC16819961996: Moot Hall, Hexham. Colour; looking E at dusk from Abbey flags, Temperley Memorial Fountain, No 9 The Edinburgh Woollen MillDennis Print H059004LC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC16919821982: Hexham Market Place. Colour; elevated view looking SE across Market Place, market stalls, Moot Hall, No 9 Liptons, No 10 Bell & Riddle ChemistsHexham TICC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC17019171917: Hexham, the Market Place. Tinted; looking NE from Beaumont Street, Market Place, the Shambles, buildings in front of Moot HallTuck's Oilette 7027C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC17119261926: Hexham, The Moot Hall. Monochrome; looking W from Hallgate, early double doors (cropped version of PC173)Photocrom PanoramicC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC1721960c1960: Moot Hall, Hexham. Monochrome; looking E from Market PlaceCarlile Photocrafts LtdC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC17319261926: Hexham, The Moot Hall. Monochrome; looking W from Hallgate, early double doors8816 Photochrom 2093C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC1741960c1960: The Moot Hall, Market Square, Hexham. Monochrome; looking NE across Market Place, No 9 Red StampM & L National SeriesC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC17519951995: Early morning choir call. Looking E, choristers on Abbey S transept roof, Market Place, Moot Hall and the ShamblesUnknownC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC1761940c1940?: Archway Beneath Moot Hall, Hexham. Monochrome; looking W from Hallgate through archway towards Market PlaceWalter Scott DD55C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC17719801980: The Moot Hall, Hexham. Colour; looking W from Hallgate, entrance to Albert Edward Club to rightJ. Salmon 1-02-05-05HC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC1781910c1910?: Moot Hall. Tinted; looking W from Hallgate, early double entrance doors, advertising sign for J Johnson, hardware suppliesHills Aquatint HE11C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC1791900c1900?: Moot Hall, Hexham. Monochrome; looking NW from Hallgate, ajoining buildings to right, early double entrance doors, over a pencil sketch of the execution of the Duke of Somerset in the Market Place in 1484R.P. PhillimoreC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC1801930c1930?: Moot Hall, Hexham. Monochrome; looking W from Hallgate, newly-installed single entrance door, adjoining buildings to right under demolitionWalter Scott DD57C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC18119321932: Moot Hall, Hexham. Monochrome; looking W from Hallgate, newly-installed single entrance door, adjoining buildings to right under demolitionValentine's Series (21370 J.V.)C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC1821930c1930?: The Moot Hall, Hexham. Monochrome; looking W from Hallgate, newly-installed single entrance door, adjoining buildings to right demolishedDennis C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC1831950c1950?: Moot Hall, Hexham. Monochrome; looking W from Hallgate, concrete and chain fence in front of Prospect HouseWalter Scott DD57C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC1841980c1980?: St Wilfred's (sic) Gateway, Hexham. Colour; looking NW from Cowgarth through St Wilfrid's Gateway to GilesgateNorthumberland Federation of WisC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC18518891889: St Wilfrid's Gateway, Hexham Abbey. Monochrome; looking N from Cowgarth to Gilesgate, No 17 Hadrian HouseC. Armstrong & Sons, Hexham, Valentines Series (10858)C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC18619051905: St Wilfrid's Gateway, Hexham. Tinted; looking N from Cowgarth to Gilesgate No 17 Hadrian House? (11303)C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC1871910c1910?: St Wilfred's (sic) Gate. Monochrome; looking N from Cowgarth through St Wilfrid's Gateway to Gilesgate, shop advertising Fry's Chocolates next to No 17 Post Office (Hadrian House) on GilesgateRichardson & Co., HexhamC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC1881930c1930?: St Wilfred's (sic) Gate, Hexham. Tinted; looking N from Cowgarth through St Wilfrid's Gateway to Gilesgate No 17 Hadrian HouseChristian NovelsC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC1891930c1930?: Hexham, St Wilfred's (sic) Gateway. Monochrome; looking N from Cowgarth through St Wilfrid's Gateway to Gilesgate No 17 Post Office (Hadrian House)Photocrom 8812C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC19019321932: St Wilfrid's Gate, Hexham. Monochrome; looking N from Cowgarth through St Wilfrid's Gateway to Gilesgate No 17 Post Office (Hadrian House), foliage removed from gatewayValentine's Series (217371 J.V.)C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC19119161916: Gateway, Hexham Abbey. Monochome; looking N from Cowgarth through St Wilfrid's Gateway to Gilesgate No 17 Post Office (Hadrian House)Gibson & Son 241C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC19219951995: St Wilfrid's Gateway. Colour; looking NW, cherry tree blossom?C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC1931910c1910?: St Milfred's (sic) Gate, Hexham. Monochrome moonlit image; looking N from Cowgarth through St Wilfrid's Gateway to Gilesgate No 17 Hadrian HouseLisle's Midnight SeriesC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC1941950c1950?: St Wilfred's (sic) Gate, Hexham. Monochrome; looking N from Cowgarth through St Wilfrid's Gateway to Gilesgate No 17 Hadrian House, gateway newly cleared of vegetationValentine's L2058C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC19519061906: St Wilfreds (sic) Gateway, Hexham. Tinted; looking S through St Wilfrid's Gateway from Gilesgate down Cowgarth, Abbey buildings in backgroundF. Chaffey, HexhamC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC19619291929: St Wilfrid's Gateway, Hexham. Sepia; looking S from Gilesgate down Cowgarth, buildings inside to left of gateway, Abbey buildings in backgroundJudges' Ltd 2251C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC1971900c1900?: The Manor Keep, Hexham. Monochrome; looking SE from Moot Hall to Old Gaol, corner of No 16 Hallgate on rightGibson & Son, Hexham, No. 152C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC1981910c1910?: Manor Keep, Hexham. Monochrome; looking SE from Moot Hall to Old Gaol, slightly later image than PC197 as parapet has been restoredGibson & Son 271C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC1991920c1920?: St Wilfred's (sic) Gate, Hexham. Monochrome; looking N from Cowgarth through St Wilfrid's Gateway to Gilesgate, shop next to No 17 Post Office (Hadrian House)Unknown (Gibson?) 1C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC2001910c1910?: Abbey Gate, Hexham. Monochrome; looking NW from Cowgarth through St Wilfrid's Gateway to Gilesgate, shop advertising Fry's ChocolatesGibson & Son, HexhamC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC2011910c1910?: Abbey Gateway, Hexham. Tinted; looking N from Cowgarth through St Wilfrid's Gateway towards Gilesgate,No 17 Post Office (Hadrian House)Gibson & Son (241)C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC20219821982: The Manor Office/Old Gaol, Hexham. Colour; looking SEHexham TICC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC2031968c1968: 1869 Congregational Church Hencotes. Monochrome; looking E from Hencotes, prior to demolition in 1968Original photoC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC20419081908: Congregational Church, Hexham. Monochrome; looking W from HencotesRichardson & Co., HexhamC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC2051920c1920: Primitive Methodist Church. Monochrome; looking NE, Benson Memorial Statue with railingsMessrs Hunter, HexhamC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC2061907c1907?: St Mary's Catholic Church, Hexham. Tinted; looking S from Hencotes, gates and western perimeter wallGFP Series, Hexham, No. 13C Dallison: postcard collectionSt Mary's RC ChurchGallery1
PC20719071907: St Mary's Catholic Church, Hexham. Tinted; looking S from Hencotes, gates and western perimeter wallRichardson & Co., HexhamC Dallison: postcard collectionSt Mary's RC ChurchGallery1
PC2081920c1920: St Mary's Catholic Church, Hexham. Monochrome; looking S from Hencotes, front elevation from driveOriginal photoC Dallison: postcard collectionSt Mary's RC ChurchGallery1
PC20919081908: Hencotes, Hexham. Tinted; looking W, Congregational ChurchGibson & Son 10C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1Gallery2
PC2101910c1910?: Interior, St Mary's Catholic Church, Hexham. Monochrome; looking towards altarOriginal photoC Dallison: postcard collectionSt Mary's RC ChurchGallery1
PC2111909Pre-1909: Seal Gates, Hencotes, Hexham. Monochrome postcard dated 1914; looking N, old gates, lamp-post, St Aidan's Church prior to demolition of original buildingElliott Bros, 6946C Dallison: postcard collectionSeleGallery1Gallery2
PC2121910c1910?: Primitive Methodist Church. Monochrome; interior with pews and gallery dressed for Harvest Festival?Elliott & ThomasC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC21319081908: Primitive Methodist Chapel Foundation Stone Laying. Monochrome; looking S from Beaumont Street, crowd attending ceremony, Battle Hill buildings and foot of Benson Memorial Statue top rightNPC HexhamC Dallison: postcard collectionPrimitive Methodist ChurchGallery1
PC21419601960s: United Methodist Free Chapel, Tanners Row. Monochrome; from Gilesgate, showing burn in flood, pant on leftOriginal photoC Dallison: postcard collectionUnited Methodist Chapel Cockshaw BurnGallery1Gallery2
PC2151910c1910: Primitive Methodist Church, Hexham. Monochrome; looking NE, framed image showing church, Benson Memorial Statue, Abbey HotelMessrs Hunter, HexhamC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC21619131913: P.M. Church and Bensons Monument, Hexham. Monochrome; looking NE from Hencotes, Primitive Methodist Church, old gates to Sele prior to the installation of the Benson Memorial GatesT & G Allans Real Photo SeriesC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1Gallery2
PC2171920c1920: Hexham and District War Memorial Hospital. Monochrome; St Wilfrid's House, converted by 1921unknownC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC2181920c1920?: Convalescent Home, Hexham. Monochrome. Hextol Court, Hextol Terrace, ivy-covered S elevationunknownC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC21919091909: The Convalescent Home, Hexham-on-Tyne. Monochrome; Hextol Court, Hextol Terrace, in use as a convalescent home, S elevation with nurses and childrenThe Scientific PressC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC2201916c1916: 3rd NVA Hospital, Hexham. Hextol Court, Hextol Terrace, line drawing of S elevation, names and numbers of 2 soldiers written on reverse (not recorded)unknownC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC22119071907: Grammar School, Hexham. Tinted; looking NW from Wentworth Place, front elevation of Old Grammar SchoolHills Aquatint HE13C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC22219311931: St Andrew's School, "Burncroft", Hexham. Monochrome (sepia version CD0578); near St Cuthbert's LaneunknownC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC2231910c1910: Grammar School, Hexham. Monochrome; looking NE, rear of school on Fellside siteGibson & Son 101C Dallison: postcard collection. Original owned by Bell & Riddle Hexham 1992Gallery1
PC2241910c1910: Grammar School, Hexham. Monochrome; looking SE, front of school on Fellside siteGibson & Son 100C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC2251910c1910: Grammar School, Hexham. Monochrome; Fellside site looking SWGibson & Son 102C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC2261910c1910: Hexham Grammar School. Monochrome; Fellside site looking SWunknownC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC2271910c1910: Grammar School, Hexham. Monochrome; Fellside site interior of main hallGibson & Son 99C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC22819581958: Hexham, Dukes House Wood School. Sepia; school buildings across fieldF. Frith HXM3C Dallison: postcard collectionDukeshouse Wood CentreGallery1
PC22919281928: Interior Winter Gardens, Hexham Hydro. Sepia; plants and seatingunknownC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC2301910c1910?: With love from Hexham. Tinted; floral surround of monochrome image of HydroW.H.S. & S.C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC23119081908: Winter Gardens, Hexham Hydropathic. Monochrome; looking N, interior showing plants, carpet and seatingunknownC Dallison: postcard collectionHydroGallery1
PC23219281928: Interior Winter Gardens, Hexham Hydro. Tinted; plants and seating.GFP Series, Hexham, No. 8C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC23319061906: Tynedale Hydropathic, Hexham. Tinted; looking W, front elevation, prior to building of Winter GardensGibson & Son 224C Dallison: postcard collectionHydroGallery1
PC23419041904: Hexham Hydro. Monochrome; looking NW front elevationW. Moore's Series (2354)C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC23519041904?: Tynedale Hydropathic. Monochrome; looking W, front elevation, main driveunknownC Dallison: postcard collectionHydroGallery1
PC23619071907: Hexham Hydropathic. Monochrome; looking NW, includes Winter GardensunknownC Dallison: postcard collectionHydroGallery1
PC23719041904: Hexham Hydro. Hand tinted; looking NW, front elevation behind mature treesRuddock Ltd C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC23819171917: Hexham, The Hydropathic & Winter Gardens. Sepia; looking W, now-demolished chapel down hill from the Winter GardensPhotochrom 47633C Dallison: postcard collectionHydroGallery1
PC23919251925: Hydro and Winter Gardens, Hexham. Monochrome; looking W, front elevationValentine's Series ( 57742 J.V.)C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC24019091909: Tynedale Hydropathic, Hexham. Monochrome; looking NW, Winter GardensKingsway (Real Photo Series S.4150)C Dallison: postcard collectionHydroGallery1
PC24119251925?: Tynedale Hydropathic, Hexham. Monochrome; looking W, front elevation and Winter Gardens behind young treesUnknownC Dallison: postcard collectionHydroGallery1
PC24219061906: Tynedale Hydropathic. Monochrome; looking W, front elevation pre Winter GardensGibson & Son, Hexham HB3CC Dallison: postcard collectionHydroGallery1
PC24320132013: Hexham, Northumberland. Colour; looking E from Abbey grounds, War Memorial, Queen's HallArmstrongs of HexhamC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC2441930c1930: Queen's Hall, Hexham. Monochrome; 4 images of interior surrounding one of exteriorUnknownC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC24519041904: Town Hall, Hexham. Monochrome; looking EUnknownC Dallison: postcard collectionQueen's HallGallery1
PC24619851985: Queens Hall. Colour; looking E from Abbey Grounds, with Memorial ArchJ. Arthur Dixon PNO 26130C Dallison: postcard collectionQueen's HallGallery1
PC24719041904: Railway bridge, Hexham. Tinted; looking E and taken from the N bank. Message on reverse says that this is the Border Junction, North Tyne railway to WardenRuddock Ltd C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC2481939c1939: Forum, Hexham. Monochrome; 4 images of original interior, balcony and booking office, surrounding a shot of the exterior advertising: Gone with the WindUnknownC Dallison: postcard collectionForum CinemaGallery1
PC24919691969: St Camillus Hospital, Hexham. Monochrome; aerial view looking NEAerofilms A/73151C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC25019851985: St Camillus Hospital, Hexham. Colour; aerial view looking NAirfotos 261C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC25119041904: Benson Monument, Hexham. Monochrome; looking N, Memorial unveiling ceremonyRichardson & Co., HexhamC Dallison: postcard collectionBenson MemorialGallery1
PC25219041904: Benson's Memorial, Hexham. Monochrome; looking N down Beaumont Street, wood fence surround, winterC. Armstrong & Sons, HexhamC Dallison: postcard collectionBenson MemorialGallery1
PC25319041904?: Benson Memorial, Hexham. Sepia; looking N, wood fence surround?C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC2541905c1905: The Benson Memorial, Hexham. Tinted; looking N, stone and chain railingsHills Aquatint, SunderlandC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC25519121912: Benson Memorial, Hexham. Tinted; looking N, stone and chain railings, Hexham ShieldValentine's Series (55478 J.V.)C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC25619041904?: Benson Memorial, Hexham. Tinted; looking N3917.6. (Printed in Saxony)C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC25719041904: Benson Memorial, Hexham. Sepia; looking N, wood fence surroundQ.H W.BC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC25819161916: Abbey Grounds Gates, Hexham. Sepia; looking NW, Benson Memorial Gates and Statue (later version postcard of PC259)Valentine's Series (74349 J.V.)C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC25919141914: Abbey Grounds Gates, Hexham. Tinted; looking NW, entrance gates, Benson Memorial Gates and Statue (also see PC258)74349 J.V.C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC26019181918: Col. Benson's Memorial, Hexham. Monochrome; looking NGibson & Son, Hexham (205)C Dallison: postcard collectionBenson MemorialGallery1
PC26119051905: Benson Monument, Hexham. Tinted; looking NPhotocromC Dallison: postcard collectionBenson MemorialGallery1
PC2621914c1914?: Entrance Gates, Abbey Grounds, Hexham. Sepia; looking NW, Benson Memorial Gates?C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC2631920c1920?: Hexham Abbey from Hexham House. Colour; looking SE across Bowling GreenValentine & Sons 'Collo'C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1Gallery2
PC2641990c1990?: Abbey and Grounds, Hexham. Colour; looking NEN'land Fed. W.I. & Judges (photo Mrs. O.Burton, Whalton W.I.)C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC2651950c1950?: Hexham Abbey and Grounds. Monochrome; Hexham Courant sketch showing proposed street alterations never carried out, War Memorial (erected c1920) and Abbey Chapter House as a ruin (rebuilt as a chapel in the 1950s)John E. Hedley, HexhamC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC2661990c1990?: Hexham. Colour; looking NE, Abbey, grounds, War MemorialM. Goonan, Cresswell (SPN 009)C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC2671907Pre-1907: Abbey & Grounds, Hexham. Sepia; looking NE, shows the vestry extension (1870) but not the nave (1907)J.P. Gibson, HexhamC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC2681970c1970: Hexham Abbey from the Park. Colour; looking NEValentines (ET 5043)C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC2691980c1980: Park and Abbey at Hexham. Colour; looking NE, Abbey Grounds, bandstandN'land Fed. W.I. (photo Mrs. SM Green, Brizlee W.I.), Judges publisherC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC2702015c2015: Abbey, Bandstand & Grounds, Hexham. Colour; looking NEN'land Fed. W.I. (photo Mrs.J. Dodd, Beaufront & Anick W.I.)C Dallison: postcard collectionAbbey GroundsGallery1
PC2712015c2015: Bandstand & Abbey Grounds, Hexham. Colour; looking NEN'land Fed. W.I. & Judges ( (photo Miss. J.Littler, Embleton W.I.)C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC2721930c1930?: Hexham Park & War Memorial. Monochrome; looking EPhotocrom 53367C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC2731930c1930?: War Memorial and Bandstand, Abbey Grounds, Hexham. Sepia; looking NWValentine's Series (88085 J.V.)C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC2741939c1939: Public Park and War Memorial, Hexham. Sepia; looking W, bandstandValentine & Sons (H. 1786)C Dallison: postcard collectionAbbey GroundsGallery1
PC2751970c1970: Hexham Abbey from Sele School, Hexham. Monochrome; looking W, wooden footbridgeWalter Scott DD 138C Dallison: postcard collectionGroundsGallery1
PC2761995c1995: Bandstand & Abbey Grounds, Hexham. Colour; looking NE, autumnRee Print / photo Stan BeckensallC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC27719851985: Hexham Abbey Grounds. Colour; looking E, bandstandJ Arthur DixonC Dallison: postcard collection, Library Cat No PNO 26127Gallery1
PC2781920c1920?: Hexham War Memorial. Sepia; looking NW?C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC2791930c1930?: Bandstand & Abbey Grounds, Hexham. Monochrome; looking WC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC28019181918: The Seal, Hexham. Sepia; looking N, the Sele on left, Abbey grounds on rightPhotocromC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC2811910c1910?: The Sele. Tinted; looking N, the Sele on left, Abbey grounds on rightRichardson & Co., HexhamC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC2821918Post-1918: Abbey Grounds. Sepia; looking W, War MemorialWalter Scott DO44C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1Gallery2
PC28319051905: The Seal, Hexham. Tinted; looking W across the Sele to Windmill HillW. Moore's Series (2358)C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1Gallery2
PC2841905c1905?: Seal Walk, Hexham. Tinted; looking N, the Sele on left, Abbey grounds on rightNicholson & Cartner, CarlisleC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC28519051905: Seal Avenue, Hexham. Tinted; looking N, the Sele on left, Abbey grounds on right?C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC28619081908: The Seal, Hexham. Tinted; looking N, the Sele on left, Abbey grounds on rightA.D.B. SeriesC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC28719171917: The Seal, Hexham. Sepia; looking N, the Sele on left, Abbey grounds on rightPhotocromC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC28819041904: The Lele (sic), Hexham. Tinted; looking SE to Abbey, Sele on right, fountain to leftW.M. Lisle's No.3 Series, HexhamC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC29018341834: Hexham. Sepia; looking E from Windmill Hill, artwork of T. Allom?C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC29118561856: The Sele, Hexham. Tinted; looking SE, Sele Subscription School to leftGibson & Son, Hexham (240)C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC2921900c1900?: Hexham from Anick. Tinted; looking SW, before development of west end of townValentine & Sons, 'Collo'C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC29319171917: Hexham From Windmill Hill. Tinted; looking E along Cowgarth, Sele on right? (Bridge Series)C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC2941939c1939: Hexham: A.R.P. Trenches. Monochrome; looking E, trench digging at Sele top towards AbbeyJohn E. Hedley, HexhamC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC2951920c1920?: The Seal, Hexham. Monochrome; looking NE from Sele top, children playing cricket etc.Raphael Tuck & Sons (HA 19)C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC29619061906: Sele Well, Hexham. Tinted; looking S from just below well, on left of west path near topGibson & Son, Hexham (259)C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC2971950c1950?: Bowling Green at Hexham House. Monochrome; looking SE?C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC2981920c1920?: Allendale Road, Hexham. Monochrome; looking E, Hextol Terrace on rightH.H. Clark, HexhamC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC29919251925: Battle Hill, Hexham. Sepia; looking W from Cattle Market, Eastgate junction, No 1 Eastgate Criterion Hotel pub , No 4 Cattle Market Alexander Cafe, No 2 Verraes Tea Rooms (?), No 1 Old Grey Bull pubValentine's Series (88453 J.V.)C Dallison: postcard collectionTap & SpileGallery1Gallery2
PC3001900c1900?: Battle Hill, Hexham. Monochrome; looking W from Cattle Market, Eastgate junctionW. Moore's Series (2401)C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC30119321932?: Battle Hill, Hexham. Sepia; looking W, Eastgate junction, No 1 Eastgate Criterion Hotel pub, No 4 Cattle Market Charlton's Cafe, No 1 Grey Bull pubValentine's Series (217367 J.V.) printed N.C.Robson. 19, HencotesC Dallison: postcard collectionTap & SpileGallery1Gallery2
PC30219041904?: Battle Hill, Hexham. Monochrome; looking W from Cattle MarketGibson & Son, Hexham No. 222C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC3031900c1900?: Battle Hill, Hexham. Sepia; looking W from Cattle Market, cattle emerging at Eastgate, horse drawn carts, No 1 Eastgate Cattle Market Post Office, No 4 Cattle Market Jameson's Tea and Dining Rooms, No 2 Verraes Tea Rooms (?), No 1 Old Grey Bull pubT & G Allans Real Photo SeriesC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1Gallery2
PC30519041904?: Battle Hill, Hexham. Monochrome; looking E from topHunters Series, HexhamC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC30619501950s: Battle Hill. Monochrome; looking E from outside No 21 JR Denton newsagentRaphael Tuck & Sons (HA 14)C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC30719141914: Battle Hill N side. Monochrome photo; No 5 HP Rose, Tailor and Costumier, Hosier and OutfitterOsbourne SeriesC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC3081900c1900?: Beaumont Street and Town Hall Buildings, Hexham. Monochrome; looking NE from Trinity Methodist Church to Abbey and Market PlaceLisle's New SeriesC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC30919071907: Beaumont Street, Hexham. Tinted; looking NE to Market Place, recently planted trees, Abbey, Queen's Hall, Trinity Methodist Church, corner of Abbey HotelGem Series (195)C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC31019061906: Beaumont Street, Hexham. Tinted; looking NE to Market Place, Abbey, Queen's Hall, Trinity Methodist Church, Abbey HotelF. Chaffey, HexhamC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC31119071907: Beaumont Street, Hexham. Tinted; looking NE to Abbey and Market PlaceW R & S (Reliable Series)C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC31218961896: Beaumont Street looking NE to Market Place, Sepia, Robert Bolam Short, rolley man at Hexham Station with his railway dray, newly planted trees, Abbey, Trinity Methodist Church, Queen's HallAbacus, CumbriaC Dallison: postcard collection (JP Gibson Collection)Gallery1
PC31318961896: Hexham Abbey and Town Hall. Monochrome; looking NE to Market Place, Robert Bolam Short, rolley man at Hexham Station with his railway dray, newly planted trees, Abbey, Trinity Methodist Church, Queen's HallGibson & Son, Hexham, No. 186C Dallison: postcard collectionBeaumont StreetGallery1
PC31418961896: Beaumont Street, Hexham. Monochrome; looking NE to Market Place, Abbey, Trinity Methodist Church, Queen's HallC. Armstrong & Son (Valentines Series)C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC31519061906: Beaumont Street, Hexham. Tinted; looking NE to Market Place, Abbey, Trinity Methodist Church, Queen's HallW. Moore's SeriesC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC31619061906: Beaumont Street and Town Hall Buildings, Hexham. Tinted; looking NE, Abbey, Trinity Methodist Church, Queen's HallRaphael Tuck & Sons 'Oilette' (7027)C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC31719701970s: Beaumont Street and Abbey, Hexham. Colour; looking NE to Market PlaceM. Bamforth & Co.,Holmfirth (ET. 5044)C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC31819101910: Beaumont Street, Hexham. Tinted; looking NE to Market Place, Abbey, Abbey Hotel, Trinity Methodist Church, Queen's HallWalter Benton & Co., N'cle. (4011)C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC31919081908: The Abbey, Hexham. Tinted; looking N down Beaumont Street from Queen's HallHill's Aquatint SeriesC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC32119081908: Market Place from Beaumont Street, Hexham. Tinted; looking E from Abbey to the Shambles, Moot HallW R & S (Reliable Series)C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC3221920c1920: Line up of Newcastle S/Deck Buses in Beaumont Street at Hexham Abbey 1920. Sepia; looking SWPamlin Prints, Croydon (M2392)C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1Gallery2
PC32319201920: Beaumont Street, Hexham. Monochrome; looking NE, bus outside Queen's Hall CinemaValentine (1925 'Photo Brown' 86215 J.V.)C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1Gallery2
PC32419211921: Beaumont Street, Hexham. Sepia; looking SW, Queen's Hall, Trinity Methodist Church, Hotel, Abbey Hotel, Benson Memorial Statue in distanceKingsway (Real Photo Series S.4145)C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC32519221922: Beaumont Street, Hexham. Sepia; looking NE, Benson Memorial, corner of Primitive Methodist Church, Abbey HotelT & G Allans Real Photo SeriesC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC32619061906: Abbey Hotel, Beaumont Street Monochrome; looking S, hotel frontageHunters Series, HexhamC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC3271980c1980: Beaumont Hotel, Beaumont Street. Monochrome; looking E, hotel frontage?C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC3281939c1939: Beaumont Street, Hexham. Sepia; looking NE, elevated view down the street, Benson Memorial Statue, Primitive Methodist ChurchValentine & Sons ('Photo Brown' H1796)C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC3291939c1939: Beaumont Street, Hexham. Looking North from the top of Battle Hill. Sepia; Benson Memorial Statue, Abbey Hotel, Trinity Methodist Church, Queen's Hall with Cafe signM & L National Series 8C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC33018891889: Town Hall, Hexham. Tinted; looking NE Beaumont Street, horse and cart, now Queen's HallValentine's SeriesC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC3311960c1960: Beaumont Street, Hexham. Sepia; looking NE, Hotel, E Weller Fruiterer and FloristBorder Series (106)C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC33219271927: Crescent Avenue. Tinted; looking NE from West RoadRexatone SeriesC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC3331910c1910?: Fore Street, Hexham. Tinted; looking N towards Meal Market, memorial archway (now in Beaumont Street), horse and cart, Sun InnT.H. Dickinson, GatesheadC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1Gallery2
PC3351920c1920: Fore Street, Hexham. Monochrome photocopy of c1920 postcard; looking N towards Meal Market, No 39 Hogarth & CoT & G Allans Real Photo SeriesC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC3361930c1930: Fore Street, Hexham. Tinted; looking N towards Meal Market, No 46 Robbs, No 44 Murray's Café, sign for No 36 Sun InnValentine's Register 1932 (217368)C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1Gallery2
PC33719091909: Fore Street, Hexham. Tinted; looking N towards Meal Market, Geo. Hunter, memorial archway, sign for No 36 Sun Inn, No 39 Hogarth & Co on leftWalter Benton & Co., N'cle. (4012)C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1Gallery2
PC33819071907: Fore Street E side. Sepia; No 12 Red Lamp Hotel opposite Meal Market junction, group of men outside?C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1Gallery2
PC33919501950: Fore Street, Hexham. Sepia; looking N towards Meal Market from top of bank building, sign for Sun Inn, No 35/37 (Robbs?) on leftValentine & Sons (H9727)C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1Gallery2
PC3402000c2000?: Hallstile Bank. Colour; looking E towards No 14, with hot-air balloon, No 17 Hallstile AntiquesPhilip Parker PhotographyC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1Gallery2
PC34119131913: Hallstile Bank. Tinted; looking SW about half way up to Prospect HouseC. Armstrong & Sons, HexhamC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1Gallery2
PC3422000c2000?: Hallstile Bank. Colour; looking SW, back of Hallstile Bank buildings, AbbeyPhilip Parker PhotographyC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC34319061906: The Stocks, Hexham. Tinted; below Moot Hall steps, now in Border History MuseumGibson & Son, Hexham 214C Dallison: postcard collectionHallgateGallery1
PC34419061906: Hall Orchard. Tinted; looking NE to Wentworth Place, which leads to the Wentworth car park (originally orchards)?C Dallison: postcard collectionHallgateGallery1
PC34519121912: Hencotes, Hexham. Sepia; looking NE from Temperly Place towards Presbyterian Congregational Church on right, horse and cartT & G Allans Real Photo Series 12C Dallison: postcard collection. Original owned by Bell & Riddle Hexham 1992Gallery1Gallery2
PC34619151915: Leazes Terrace, Hexham. Sepia; off West Road looking W, Hydro Hotel in background, Methodist Chapel building site to leftElliott Bros., HexhamC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC3471915c1915?: Clifton & Burswell Cottages, Hexham. Sepia, Hellpool Lane (off West Road)Elliott Bros., HexhamC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC3481980c1980: Heart of all England Tavern, Hexham. Colour; Market Street, bar area (Henderson Inns)Photo Precision, St. Ives (R68125)C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC3491906c1906: Hexham Station. Tinted; looking N on Station Road, station behind Station Court buildings on rightRuddock, NewcastleC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC35018901890s: Dr Parker's Birth-Place, Hexham. Monochrome; St Mary's Chare looking N into Old Church, No 1 Grapes Inn pub, JA Hedley licenseeGibson & Son, Hexham (183)C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1Gallery2
PC35118901890s: Dr Parker's Birth-Place, Hexham. Tinted; St Mary's Chare looking N into Old Church, No 1 Grapes Inn pub, JA Hedley licenseeGibson & Son, Hexham, No. 183C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1Gallery2
PC3521930c1930: Entrance to St. Mary's Chare, Hexham. Sepia; looking S through archway in Market Place to Old Church, Robin Hood Inn, St Mary's Chare in the distanceWalter Scott, Bradford DD 54C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1Gallery2
PC3531904c1904: St Mary's Chare. Monochrome; looking N towards Meal Market, celebration crowd, bunting, No 5 (?) Fish and Chip Salon, No 4 Meal Market D Bonini's Pure Ices?C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC35419101910: Priestpopple from W, Hexham. Tinted; looking E from Battle Hill to Cattle Market and Priestpopple in distance, stacked carts, herded cattle, Battle Hill No 1 Old Grey Bull pubValentine's Series (57741 J.V.)C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1Gallery2
PC3551930c1930: Priestpopple from Battle Hill. Sepia; looking E from Battle Hill to Cattle Market & Priestpopple, Battle Hill No 1 Old Grey Bull Hotel pub; Cattle Market No 2 unknown (Verraes tea rooms?), No 4 Cafe, bank at junction with Fore Street on leftPhotochrom R.Tunbridge Wells 73743C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1Gallery2
PC35619051905: Priestpopple, Hexham. Tinted; looking E from Cattle Market, Fore Street to leftRuddock, NewcastleC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1Gallery2
PC3571900c1900: J. Holliday Potato Merchant, Fruitier and Florist, Priestpopple Hexham, Noted for Select Quality. Monochrome; Tel PO 36; No 2, between Lloyds and Barclays BanksSeries of the S.P.T and P.P.C. Coy, GlasgowC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC35819021902: Priestpopple, Hexham. Monochrome; looking E, No 10/12 Welch's haircutting, carts lined up along road (original photo thought to be 1883 - Mrs. Leah Fox)Hunter's Series, HexhamC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC3591939c1939: Priestpopple, Hexham. Sepia; looking E, on left No 6 GF Pegg newsagent, No 10/12 possibly Welch family's high class confectioner shop, hairdresser salon advertised on upper floors), on right garage, cars, petrol pumpsValentine & Sons ('Photo Brown' H1787)C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC36019211921: Priestpopple, Hexham. Monochrome; looking W, No 32 Coach & Horses Inn with alleyway labelled 'Stabling'Walter Benton, Glasgow (Unique Series)C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1Gallery2
PC3611900c1900?: Priestpopple from E, Hexham. Tinted; looking W to Cattle Market, cyclist, horses and carts, possibly No 10 downwards on leftValentine's Series C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC3621950c1950: Priestpopple, Hexham. Monochrome; looking W, No 28 Childrens shop on right, No 22/24 Royal Hotel, on right possibly outside No 13 cars, petrol pumpsWalter Scott DD 114C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC3631940c1940: County Hotel, Priestpopple, Hexham. Plain County Hotel postcardC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC36419081908: Priestpopple St, Hexham. Tinted; looking W from County Hotel, horse and cart, Johnson's garage?C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC36519121912: Priestpopple, Hexham. Sepia; looking W, cattle and herdsmen, No 17 Tynedale Motor Garage and J Cowen & SonsKingsway (Real Photo Series S.4144)C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC3661960c1960: Priestpopple, Hexham. Sepia; looking W, pedestrian crossing, County Mills building on leftBorder SeriesC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC3671950c1950: New Road showing Abbey and Moot Hall, Hexham. Sepia; looking W towards Priestpopple, from (what is now) Corbridge RoadM & L National SeriesC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC3682000c2000?: Priestpopple. Colour; looking W, junction with Loosing HillPhilip Parker PhotographyC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC3691920c1920: Woodlands, Hexham. Sepia; looking SW from Corbridge RoadT & G Allans Real Photo Series 51C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC3701920c1920: Woodlands, Hexham. Sepia; looking SE from Corbridge RoadT & G Allans Real Photo Series 52C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC37119061906: St. John Lee, Hexham. Monochrome; looking NEHunter, HexhamC Dallison: postcard collectionAcombGallery1
PC37219141914: St. John's Lee Church, Hexham. Sepia; looking NEValentine's Series (10977 J.V.)C Dallison: postcard collectionAcombGallery1
PC3731900c1900?: St. John Lee Church. Monochrome; looking NW?C Dallison: postcard collectionAcombGallery1
PC3741900c1900?: St. John Lee Church. Tinted; looking NEGibson & Son 'Northumbria Series 254'C Dallison: postcard collectionAcombGallery1
PC37519361936: St. John Lee, Acomb. Monochrome; looking NE? (2301)C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC37619161916: Interior, St. John Lee, Hexham. Tinted?C Dallison: postcard collectionAcombGallery1
PC37719141914: Water Famine at Acomb Oct 1914. Monochrome; men women and children with buckets at water pump?C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC37819161916: Anick Bank Foot. Monochrome; house, family group at doorOswald Peterson, South ShieldsC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC3791900c1900: Allerwash. Sepia; South TyneAbacus, CumbriaC Dallison: postcard collection (JP Gibson Collection)Gallery1
PC3801920c1920?: Allerwash Hall. Monochrome; front across lawns? (1254)C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC38119041904: Beaufront Castle. Tinted; looking N, full frontage?C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC38219311931: Beaufront Castle, South Front, Near Hexham. SepiaValentine's Series (88068 J.V.)C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC38319151915: Beaufront Castle, Hexham. Tinted; looking W to house, lawns, fountainValentine's SeriesC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC38419151915: Beaufront Castle. Sepia; lawns, looking W to house, fountainGibson & Son, Hexham (439)C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC38519031903: Beaufront Castle. Monochrome; looking W, fountain, house in backgroundValentine 's SeriesC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC38619151915: Beaufront Castle. Sepia; looking W to house, lawns, fountainGibson & Son, Hexham (183)C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC38719151915: Beaufront Castle, Hexham. Tinted; looking W to house, lawns, fountainValentine's Series (10973 J.V.)C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC38819061906: Beaufront Castle, Hexham. Tinted; looking W to house, lawns, fountainValentine's Series C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC3891900c1900: Hexham Battlefield A.D. 1464. Tinted, HexhamshireGibson & Son, Hexham (183)C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC39019071907: Scene of The Battle of Hexham May 15th 1464. Tinted, Hexhamshire? (20096)C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC39119081908: Black Hall Mill, Hexhamshire. Tinted; looking S from aboveRichardson & Co., HexhamC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC3921920c1920: Inn Kitchen Blanchland. Monochrome; sitting areaGibson & Son (138)C Dallison: postcard collection (JP Gibson Collection)Gallery1
PC3931900c1900?: Corbridge. Sepia; looking E along Main Street to Pele Tower?C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC39419131913: Meeting of the Waters Corebridge (sic). SepiaMcNab (115)C Dallison: postcard collectionCorbridgeGallery1
PC39519041904: The Devilswater, W Hexham. Tinted; looking S, the old Mill at the Linnels HexhamshireW.M. Lisle's No.3 Series, HexhamC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC3961910c1910?: Bridle Bridge across Devil Water Nr. Corbridge. Monochrome; at Dilston Castle, also called Lord's Bridge, Castle Bridge, Earl's Bridge? (C.16566)C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC3971938c1938: Dilston Mill, Corbridge. Sepia;Valentine's (G.4547)C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC3981910c1910?: Corbridge. Dilston. Castle Bridge. Tinted, at Dilston Castle, also called Lord's Bridge, Earl's BridgePhotocrom, LondonC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC39919091909: Dilston Castle, on the Devil's Water. Tinted; looking S to castle, Dilston Mill, aquaduct carrying water pumped from the Mill to a threshing mill at Dilston Haugh FarmAuty Series (G.H. N/C 4704)C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC4001910c1910?: Dilston Castle. Tinted; E face? (20996)C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC40119201920s: Dukesfield Mill. Monochrome; looking E across old bridge over Devil's Water?C Dallison: postcard collectionHexhamshireGallery1
PC4021920c1920?: Dye House, Hexhamshire. MonochromeGibson & Son, HexhamC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC4031920c1920?: St. Christopher's, Gunnerton, N. Tyne. Monochrome; Chancel and High Altar?C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC40419081908: Haliwell Bridge, Hexhamshire. TintedRichardson & Co., HexhamC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC40519051905: The Hermitage, Hexham. Monochrome; looking NW, house and garden frontageHunter, HexhamC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC40619031903: The Hermitage, Hexham. Tinted; looking NW, house and garden frontageBridge SeriesC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC4071930c1930?: The Bridge and Reading Room, Haydon Bridge. Monochrome; view across South TyneFrith, Reigate (HNB.13)C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC40819091909: The Tyne at Haydon Bridge. Tinted; view across river and bridgeGem Series (204)C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC40919121912: Church Street Haydon Bridge. Tinted; horse and cartWrench Series (11504)C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC41019101910: View from the Gates of the Allen Starward, Haydon Bridge. TintedWrench Series (11518)C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC4111910c1910?: Ridley Hall. Sepia; across garden to houseGibson & Son (204)C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC41219141914: Ridley Hall. Tinted; across lawn to frontAuty Series (G.H. N/C 1684)C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC4131920c1920?: Langley Castle. Monochrome; sketch from original painting by EL ForrestNorthumbriaC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC41419061906: Langley Castle, Haydon Bridge. Tinted; prior to restorationAuty Series (G.B. W.B. 2317)C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC4151900c1900?: Derwentwater Cross, Langley. Sepia; lady preparing wreath at memorial to the beheaded earlsGibson & Son (128)C Dallison: postcard collectionLangley CastleGallery1
PC4161900Post-1900: Linnels Bridge. Monochrome; looking S, house (built around 1897) at bridge endW.M. Lisle's No.3 Series, HexhamC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC4171897Pre-1897: Linnold's (sic) Bridge. Tinted; looking S, Linnels Bridge, showing earlier house than in PC416J.W. Jur, Sunderland Bridge SeriesC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC41819341934: At Linnolds (sic) Bridge. Monochrome; across Devil's Water to Linnels house, old mill on leftValentine 'Bromotone PCs' (88073 J.V.)C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC41919231923: Linnolds (sic) Bridge Near Hexham. Sepia; looking S upstream, Linnels Bridge, portrait version of PC427Valentine 'Photo Brown PCs' (88075 J.V.)C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC42019101910: View From Linnolds (sic) Bridge. Sepia; looking S upstream from Linnels Bridge, 17thC Linnels Mill ruinsValentine 'Photo Brown PCs (68635 J.V.)C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC4211950c1950?: The Linnolds (sic) Bridge. Colour; looking N downstream Linnels BridgeM & L National SeriesC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC42219101910?: Linnels Bridge, Near Hexham. Sepia; looking N downstreamPhotocrom 75645C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC42319391939: Linnolds (sic) Bridge Near Hexham. Tinted version of PC426 (posted in 1939?), GF Pegg, Stationer & Bookseller, Priestpopple)Valentine (88072 J.V.)C Dallison: postcard collectionLinnelsGallery1
PC42419081908: Linnolds (sic) Bridge, Hexham. Tinted; looking S, Linnels Bridge, woman sitting in grassValentine (10985 J.V.)C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC42519151915: Linnolds (sic) Bridge, Hexham. Tinted; looking S, Linnels BridgeValentine (10985 J.V.)C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC42619201920s: Linnolds (sic) Bridge Near Hexham. Sepia version of PC423 (posted in 1920s?); looking N, Linnels BridgeValentine 'Photo Brown' PCs (88072 J.V.)C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC42719231923: Linnolds (sic) Bridge Near Hexham. Sepia; looking S upstream, Linnels Bridge, landscape version of PC419Valentine 'Bromotype' (88075 J.V.)C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC42819131913: Linnolds (sic) Bridge, Hexham. Sepia; looking S upstream Linnels Bridge?C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC42919061906: The Presbytery Minster Acres. MonochromeRoylat SeriesC Dallison: postcard collectionMinsteracresGallery1
PC43019061906: Minsteracres. Monochrome; Hall and Church?C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC4311910c1910?: The Riding, Gardens, Hexham. TintedRichardson & Co., HexhamC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC4321920c1920?: Sandhoe House, Hexham. MonochromeGibson & Son (94)C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC4331920c1920?: Shaws Farm, Hexham. Sepia; S of West Road looking NW, St Andrew's Cemetery just visible on right?C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1Gallery2
PC43419071907: Slaley Church, Interior. TintedRichardson & Co., HexhamC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC43519071907: The Glen, Slaley. TintedRichardson & Co., HexhamC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC43619101910: Click-em Inn, Hexhamshire. TintedRichardson & Co., HexhamC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC4371920c1920?: Ladle Wells, Hexhamshire. Monochrome; moorland sceneGibson & Son (15)C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC43819061906: Near the Queen's Cave, Hexham. Tinted; two boys by West Dipton BurnGibson & Son, Hexham No. 131C Dallison: postcard collectionHexhamshireGallery1
PC43919101910: Swallowslip (sic), Hexham. Tinted; Swallowship, Devil's Water, rock outcropDenholm Brash, N/cle. Brash SeriesC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC44019241924: Swallowship, Hexham. Tinted; Devil's Water, rock outcrop, view upstreamG.P. SeriesC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC44119171917: Swallowship. Tinted; Devil's Water, rock outcrop, view upstreamF. Chaffey, HexhamC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC44219061906: Swalloship (sic), M. Hexham. Tinted; Swallowship, Devil's Water, rock outcrop, view upstreamRuddock, NewcastleC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC44319041904: Swallowship, Hexham. Tinted; Devil's Water, rock outcrop, view upstreamW.M. Lisle's No.3 Series, HexhamC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC44419041904: Swallowship, Near Hexham. Monochrome; Devil's Water, rock outcrop, view upstreamW.M. Lisle's No.3 Series, HexhamC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC44519081908: Swallowship, Hexham. Tinted; Devil's Water, rock outcrop, view upstreamG.P. SeriesC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC4461900c1900?: Swallowship, Hexham. Sepia; Devil's Water, rock outcrop, view upstreamValentine's Series (10899 J.V.)C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC44719161916: Hexham, Swallowship. Devil's Water, rock outcrop, view upstreamPhotocrom Sepiatone SeriesC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC44819081908: Swallowship, Hexham. Sepia; Devil's Water, rock outcrop, view upstreamLuke's Moonlight Series of HexhamC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC44919061906: Swallowship, Hexham. Sepia; Devil's Water, rock outcrop, view downstream(Auty Series ?) 3723. G.H. N/CC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC45019041904: Swallowship on the Devil's Water, Hexham. Monochrome; rock outcrop, view upstreamGibson & Son, Hexham No. 107C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC45119051905: Swallowship, Hexham. Tinted; Devil's WaterNicholson & Cartner, CarlisleC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC4521905c1905: Swallowship, Hexham. Tinted; Devil's Water, PC451 with A Happy Christmas overprintNicholson & Cartner, CarlisleC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC45319171917: Devil's Water, Swallowship, Hexham. SepiaValentine's Series (10926 J.V.)C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC45419201920: Swallowship Woods, Hexham. MonochromeValentine's Series (80096 J.V.)C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC4551903Pre-1903: Warden Chain Bridge. Tinted; built 1826, replaced 1903Gibson & Son, Hexham No. 143C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC4561903c1903: Warden Bridge. Sepia; looking NW across river, Toll House, Boat InnAbacus, CumbriaC Dallison: postcard collection (JP Gibson Collection)Gallery1
PC45719061906: Warden Bridge. Tinted; looking NW across river, Toll House, Boat InnGibson & Son, Northumbria Series 234C Dallison: postcard collection (JP Gibson Collection)Gallery1
PC45819061906: Warden Bridge. Tinted; looking NW across river, Toll House, Boat InnRichardson & Co., HexhamC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC4591915c1915: Warden Bridge. Tinted; looking NW across riverJ.B. & S.- CC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC46019061906?: The Meeting of the Waters. Near Hexham. Tinted; junction of North and South TyneHills, Sunderland Aquatint HE7C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC46119041904: Warden Rocks, North Tyne. Lightly tinted; looking N upstreamGibson & Son, HexhamC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC46219061906: North Tyne at Warden, near Hexham. Monochrome; looking N upstream at Warden RocksW.M. Lisle's No.3 Series, HexhamC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC46319031903: Warden Mill, North Tyne. Sepia; looking N upstream from E bankGibson & Son, HexhamC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC46419031903: Warden Mill, North Tyne. Sepia; looking N upstream from E bankGibson & Son, HexhamC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC4651900c1900?: Warden Church, Northumberland. TintedGibson & Son, Hexham No. 235C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC4661900c1900?: Lych Gate, Warden Church, Nr Hexham. TintedJ.W. Jur, Sunderland Bridge SeriesC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC4671910c1910?: Valentine's Picture Panels of Hexham. Sepia; cover of collection of 12 photos of Town and AreaValentineC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC4681910c1910?: Hexham Letter Card. Sepia; cover of selection of views of Town and AreaGibson & Son C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC4691910c1910?: Hexham Letter Card. Sepia; cover of selection of views of Town and AreaValentine & Sons CellotypeC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC4701910c1910?: Cover of Collotype 6 View Letter Card of Hexham. Sepia;Valentine & Sons CellotypeC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC4711910c1910?: Cover of A Photochrom Letter Card, Gravure Edition de Luxe, Series A, HexhamPhotochrom Co Gravure Edn.de LuxC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC4721910c1910?: Cover of Coloured Lettercard Six Latest Views of HexhamHarvey Barton, BristolC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC4731910c1910?: The Pictures are Fine. Hexham Photo Novelty Card. Cover of 10 mini monochrome Town ViewsPhotocrom Celesque Series 428C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC47419191919: We are Not Downhearted at Hexham. Photo Novelty Card. Cover of 12 mini monochrome town viewsValentine's SeriesC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC47519191919: Why we Crow about Hexham. Photo Novelty Card. Cover of 12 mini monochrome town viewsValentine & Sons Ltd, PC Regd. No. 584.963.C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC4761910c1910?: Beauty in a Box From Hexham. Photo Novelty Card. Cover of 12 mini monochrome town viewsValentine's SeriesC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC47719211921: Hexham Photo Novelty Card. Floral greetings cardW & KC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC47819131913: We've Got Jolly Good Apartments at Hexham. Photo Novelty Card. Joke cardCorona Publishing, Blackpool (552)C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC47919091909: A Little Fresh 'air from Hexham. Photo Novelty Card. Joke card (Printed in Saxony)Wild & Kray, London (1595)C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1Gallery2
PC48019841984: The Tynedale Tapestry. ColourAbacus, CumbriaC Dallison: postcard collection, Photo Don JacksonGallery1
PC4811920c1920?: Cuddy's Crag, Housesteads. ColouredValentine's 'Collo Series' (G.8968)C Dallison: postcard collectionRoman WallGallery1
PC4821920c1920?: Path on Top of Roman Wall at Borgovicus, Housesteads. ColouredValentine's 'Collo Series' (G.8971)C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC4831910c1910?: Godess Coventina & Water Nymphs.Chesters MuseumC Dallison: postcard collection, Photo JE Hedley, HexhamRoman WallGallery1
PC4841910c1910?: Bronze Horse, Coventina's Well. 2 x 1.25 inchesChesters MuseumC Dallison: postcard collectionRoman WallGallery1
PC4851910c1910?: Bronze Terrier, Coventina's Well.Chesters MuseumC Dallison: postcard collection, Photo JE Hedley, HexhamRoman WallGallery1
PC4861910c1910?: North Tyne River God, Chesters Fort. From Commandant's Bathhouse, 3 foot longChesters MuseumC Dallison: postcard collection, Photo JE Hedley, HexhamRoman WallGallery1
PC4871910c1910?: Winged Victory, HousesteadsChesters MuseumC Dallison: postcard collection, Photo JE Hedley, HexhamRoman WallGallery1
PC4881910c1910?: Torch-bearer, Mithraeum HousesteadsChesters MuseumC Dallison: postcard collection, Photo JE Hedley, HexhamRoman WallGallery1
PC48919151915: Mithraic Figure, Borgovicus. As PC488Gibson & Son, Hexham (55)C Dallison: postcard collectionRoman WallGallery1
PC4901910c1910?: Bronze Corn-measure, CarvoranChesters MuseumC Dallison: postcard collection, Photo JE Hedley, HexhamRoman WallGallery1
PC4911910c1910?: Citizenship Certificate, Chesters Fort. Dated AD 46, original at British MuseumChesters MuseumC Dallison: postcard collection, Photo JE Hedley, HexhamRoman WallGallery1
PC4921910c1910?: Offering to CoventinaChesters MuseumC Dallison: postcard collection, Photo JE Hedley, HexhamRoman WallGallery1
PC4931910c1910?: Unit Building Stone, Chesters Fort. 1st Cohort Dalmatians, late 2nd CChesters MuseumC Dallison: postcard collection, Photo JE Hedley, HexhamRoman WallGallery1
PC4941915c1915?: Roman Altar, CorstopitumGibson & Son, Hexham (97) C Dallison: postcard collectionRoman WallGallery1
PC4951915c1915?: Roman Arch in Corlridge (sic) Church TowerGibson & Son, Hexham (14) C Dallison: postcard collectionCorbridgeGallery1
PC4961920c1920?: Bronze Aqumanile. Knight on horseback, ht.33cm, from Tyne near HexhamBritish MuseumC Dallison: postcard collection, photo Stone & Son, BanburyRoman WallGallery1
PC4971910c1910?: Bishop Pudsey's Bible. 12th CDurham Cathedral LibraryC Dallison: postcard collection, photo @Advertiser, DurhamGallery1
PC4981907Pre-1907: Hexham Abbey. Sepia; looking N, shows vestry extension erected 1870 but before it was demolished in 1907 to make way for the present naveT.H. McAllan, HexhamC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC4991850c1850: Hexham Abbey Church. Sepia; looking W, a reconstruction showing how the Abbey probably looked pre-1868 when the east end fell and the chapels were subsequently demolished by John DobsonT.W. Milburn, HexhamC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC5001821Post-1821: Hexham Abbey. Sepia; looking SE, between 1821 (erection of clock) and 1870 (erection of vestry extension to W of tower)J.P. Gibson, HexhamC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC5011875Pre-1875: Hexham Abbey. Sepia; looking SE, shows the vestry extension (1870) but not the nave (1907). A 'Carte de visite' style card before postcards became popular. The square corners suggest pre-1875J.P. Gibson, HexhamC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC5021860Post-1860: Hexham Abbey. Sepia; looking W, view of the E end. A 'Carte de visite' style card before postcards became popular. The square corners suggest pre-1875J.P. Gibson, HexhamC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC5031907Pre-1907: Hexham Abbey, Choir. Sepia. Between 1860 and 1907J.P. Gibson, HexhamC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC5041904Pre-1904: Hexham Abbey, South Transept. Sepia. Shows the back of the organ installed c1860 but modified in 1904J.P. Gibson, HexhamC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC5051875Pre-1875: Hexham Abbey, Night Stairs. Sepia. A 'Carte de visite' style card before postcards became popular. The square corners suggest pre-1875J.P. Gibson, HexhamC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC5061859Post-1859: Hexham Abbey, Frid Stool. Sepia; Bishop's Seat, later Sanctuary (Frid or Frith) Stool. Post 1859 which was when it was broken in two! In this position between 1872 and 1885?J.P. Gibson, HexhamC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC5071900c1900?: Hexham, the Seal Tree. Sepia; looking N above Sele Cottage, Sele Walk to rightJ.P. Gibson, HexhamC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC5081900c1900?: Hexham, the Seal. Sepia; looking W, Hencotes rear gardens to leftJ.P. Gibson, HexhamC Dallison: postcard collectionSeleGallery1
PC5091900c1900?: Hexham, the Seal. Sepia; looking N to Sele schoolJ.P. Gibson, HexhamC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1Gallery2
PC51019971997: Hexham, the Seal Tree. ColourC Dallison: postcard collectionSeleGallery1
PC51119971997: The Sele. Colour; looking W, Hencotes rear gardens to leftC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC51219971997: The Sele. ColourC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC5131890c1890: Portrait of three men. Sepia; Father and sons (probably) T.H. McAllan, HexhamC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC5141860c1860: Lady's full length studio portrait. Sepia T.H. McAllan, HexhamC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC5151875c1875: Studio portrait of mother and daughter. SepiaA. Ramsden, HexhamC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC5161860c1860: Tom Richardson studio portrait. Sepia; born Willington (Wallsend) in 1841, living in Lovaine Terrace Newcastle upon Type 1861, 1871, died 26-7-1871 aged 30J.P. Gibson, HexhamC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC5171914c1914?: Soldier's Army camp portrait. Monochrome photo; Bombardier, R.A., Camp Depot photo 34Elliott Bros., HexhamC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC5181900c1900?: Man's studio portrait. SepiaThos. P. Edwards, Hexham C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC5191900c1900?: Unidentified workman studio portrait. SepiaHunter, HexhamC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC5201900c1900?: Portrait of two girls. Sepia; probably sistersThos. P. Edwards, Hexham C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC5211905c1905: Studio portrait of young lady. SepiaThos. P. Edwards, Hexham C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC5221900c1900?: Studio portrait of youg man. SepiaR.W. Hunter, HexhamC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC5231910c1910?: Three young girls and dog. Sepia; probably sisters with family dogHunter, HexhamC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC5241910c1910?: Unidentified sisters and brothers studio portrait. SepiaR.W. Hunter, HexhamC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC5251910c1910?: Girl in rustic studio setting as milkmaid with bucket. SepiaThos. P. Edwards, HexhamC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC5261930c1930?: Studio portrait of young lady. SepiaJ. W. Young, Hencotes HexhamC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC5271915c1915: Portrait of young lady. Sepia; studio portraitElliott Bros., Hexham, Haltwhistle & RytonSepia; Studio portraitC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC5281900c1900?: Lady at front of Spital House. Monochrome; Martha Cockfield of Gilesgate, seamstress, kept coffins in houseElliott Bros., Hexham & West RytonC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1Gallery2
PC5291910c1910?: Portrait of a clergyman. MonochromeThos. P. Edwards, Priestpopple HexhamC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC53019051905: Ginky. Monochrome portrait; attended most funerals in area, his first words every morning: whee's deed ? B.H.C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC5311902c1902: Ginky. Monochrome; studio portrait. Real surname Dodd, lived Prior Terrace area. 'The Wizard's Light' was published in 1902Hunter, HexhamC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC5321940c1940?: Little girl with doll's pram. Monochrome; wintry street sceneJohn E. Hedley, HexhamC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC5331930c1930?: Group of 'Hexham Gang' outside work premises. SepiaC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC5341920c1920?: Amateur Dramatic Group on stage. SepiaThos. P. Edwards, HexhamC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC53519051905: Komical Skots Entertainers. Monochrome; six men in naval style costumeT.P. Edwards, HexhamC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC5361950c1950?: Ladies in gym kit. Monochrome; photo of local 'League of Health & Beauty' or similarJohn E. Hedley, HexhamC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC5371950c1950?: Football Team. Monochrome; at Dene Park, HexhamJohn E. Hedley, HexhamC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC5381912c1912: School Group IV. Monochrome; mixed Infant and Junior schoolchildren and teachersM. Higgins, York St., NewcastleC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC5391920c1920?: Grammar School. Monochrome; Fellside site, girls at Main Entrance dressed for May Day festival?C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC5401920c1920?: Grammar School. Monochrome; Fellside site, lower school cricket team and teachersHunter, HexhamC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC54119201920s: British Legion Group. Monochrome; group photo in Hexham House groundsJ.W. Young, Hencotes HexhamC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC54219921992: Border History display. ColourThe Old Goal/J. Arthur DixonC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC5431910c1910?: Mitford Castle and Church. SepiaAbacus, CumbriaC Dallison: postcard collection, (JP Gibson Collection)Gallery1
PC54419371937: Amateur radio transmission card G5R1. From FJ Ritson, Sele House to Santa Cruz, IndiaC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC54518761876: Postcard addressed to builder W John Middlemass, CorbridgeRoyal MailC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC54618751875: Postcard addressed to builder W John Middlemass, CorbridgeRoyal MailC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC54719101910: Traecan Well. Tinted; Well and access steps, location unknownRichardson & Co., HexhamC Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC5481910c1910?: High Level & Swing Bridges, Newcastle. Aluminized finish; pleasure boat at quaysideAluminoC Dallison: postcard collectionTyne & WearGallery1
PC54919021902: Marsden Rock, South Shields. Monochrome; arch collapsed 11-2-1996Raphael Tuck & Sons 'County' (2105), published in BerlinC Dallison: postcard collectionTyne & WearGallery1
PC55020001950-2000: Two Multi-view cards of Hexham. ColourClaughton Photo. (a) & Valentine (b)C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC5511950c1950: Hexham Abbey. Collo Colour; looking NE from Abbey GroundsValentine N9720C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
PC5531920c1920: The Bandstand, Abbey Grounds, Hexham. MonochromeGibson photo?C Dallison: postcard collectionGallery1
CD000119831983: Abbey Flags looking NE towards Church Row, churchwardens' gate 1826C Dallison04/1983Gallery1
CD000219951995: Abbey Flags looking NE, churchwardens' gate 1826C Dallison05/1995Gallery1
CD000319951995: Abbey Flags N side looking NE, old wall and gateway at W endC Dallison05/1995Gallery1
CD000419911991: Abbey Flags looking E from CowgarthC Dallison05/1991Gallery1
CD00051920c1920: Churchyard Gate, Abbey Flags looking W to CowgarthCopy of old photographGallery1
CD000619901990: Abbey Flags looking E from CowgarthC Dallison06/1990Gallery1
CD000719781978: Abbey Flags looking E from Cowgarth, gatewayC Dallison06/1978Gallery1
CD000819601960s: Abbey grounds looking NWWM BarnetGallery1
CD000920072007: Abbey Flags looking N to Church Row, churchwardens' gate 1826C Dallison11/2007Gallery1
CD001019931993: Abbey Flags looking W, churchwardens' gate on right, archway to Cowgarth in centreC Dallison05/1993Gallery1
CD001120072007: Abbey Flags churchwardens' gate 1826 looking S to AbbeyC Dallison11/2007Gallery1
CD001219601960s: Abbey Grounds looking N to Hexham HouseWM BarnetGallery1
CD001319601960s: Abbey Grounds looking E to Hexham Abbey HouseWM BarnetGallery1
CD001419601960s: Abbey Grounds looking E to Hexham Abbey House and AbbeyWM BarnetGallery1
CD001519901990: Abbey Grounds and bandstand looking NE to AbbeyC Dallison05/1990Gallery1
CD001619951995: Abbey Grounds and bandstand looking NC Dallison05/1995Gallery1
CD001719951995: Abbey Grounds looking S from Abbey bakehouse wallC Dallison12/1995Gallery1
CD001819911991: Abbey Grounds putting greenC Dallison07/1991Gallery1
CD001919921992: Abbey Grounds, oak tree planted to mark National Tree WeekC Dallison03/1992Gallery1
CD002019921992: Abbey Grounds looking W with crocuses S of bandstand, Halgut Burn in centreC Dallison03/1992Gallery1
CD002119921992: Abbey Grounds with crocuses looking SE to Trinity Methodist ChurchC Dallison03/1992Gallery1
CD002219961996: Abbey Grounds, excavator re-laying flower bed on site of old paddling poolC Dallison03/1996Gallery1
CD002320192019: Abbey Grounds from Prior's CourtC Dallison06/2019Gallery1
CD002419981998: Abbey Grounds looking SE after tree felling, bandstandC Dallison05/1998Gallery1
CD002520002000: Abbey Grounds looking NE, new path from bandstand to Sele WalkC Dallison10/2000Gallery1
CD002620002000: Abbey Grounds looking NE, new path from bandstand to Sele WalkC Dallison10/2000Gallery1
CD002720022002: Abbey Grounds, detail of Hexham Fusiliers Memorial gatewayC Dallison04/2002Gallery1
CD002819821982: Abbey Grounds looking W, Northumberland Fusiliers Memorial ArchG Trayhurn Collection03/1982Gallery1
CD002920072007: Abbey Grounds, plaque erected by the National Forestry SocietyC Dallison10/2007Gallery1
CD003020072007: Abbey Grounds, Sessile Oak planted 1932C Dallison10/2007Gallery1
CD003120072007: Abbey Grounds, plaque erected by the National Forestry SocietyC Dallison10/2007Gallery1
CD003220072007: Abbey Grounds, English Oak planted 1882C Dallison10/2007Gallery1
CD003320072007: Abbey Grounds, newly-planted European Walnut tree 'Angie's Tree'C Dallison10/2007Gallery1
CD003419871987: Abbey Grounds looking S from Abbey towerC Dallison04/1987Gallery1
CD003519871987: Abbey Grounds and bandstand looking SW from Abbey towerC Dallison04/1987Gallery1
CD003620012001: Abbey Grounds, new seat in memory of Derek RobbC Dallison09/2001Gallery1
CD003720012001: Abbey Grounds, new seat in memory of Derek RobbC Dallison09/2001Gallery1
CD003819821982: Abbey Grounds looking S from Abbey tower, Beaumont Street on leftG Trayhurn03/1982Gallery1
CD003919871987: Abbey Grounds looking S from Abbey tower, Beaumont Street on leftC Dallison04/1987Gallery1
CD004019951995: Abbey Grounds and Beaumont Street looking S from Abbey roofC Dallison04/1995Gallery1
CD004119931993: Abbey Grounds and War Memorial looking SW from The GranaryC Dallison09/1993Gallery1
CD004219771977: Abbey Grounds looking W, bandstandC Dallison01/1977Gallery1
CD004319921992: Abbey Grounds, bandstand with Summer Holiday Club run by the Scripture UnionC Dallison08/1992Gallery1
CD004419911991: Abbey Grounds looking S, bandstand, 17th hole of putting greenC Dallison08/1991Gallery1
CD004519811981: Abbey Grounds looking N, bandstandC Dallison08/1981Gallery1
CD004619861986: Abbey Grounds, bandstand detail of railings and Henry Bell presentation plaqueC Dallison08/1986Gallery1
CD004719941994: Abbey Grounds, bandstand at duskC Dallison10/1994Gallery1
CD004820022002: Abbey Grounds looking NE, bandstand newly repaintedC Dallison07/2002Gallery1
CD004919941994: Abbey Grounds, bandstand at duskC Dallison10/1994Gallery1
CD005019941994: Abbey Grounds, bandstand at duskC Dallison10/1994Gallery1
CD005119951995: Abbey Grounds, bandstand plaque commemorating 1995 restorationC Dallison06/1995Gallery1
CD005219911991: Abbey Grounds looking NE, bandstandC Dallison10/1991Gallery1
CD005319931993: Abbey Grounds, bandstand, railings vandalisedC Dallison08/1993Gallery1
CD005419941994: Abbey Grounds looking W, bandstand under repairC Dallison03/1994Gallery1
CD005519951995: Abbey Grounds, bandstand with Newcastle Brown Ale Band performingC Dallison08/1995Gallery1
CD005619951995: Abbey Grounds, bandstand with Newcastle Brown Ale Band performingC Dallison08/1995Gallery1
CD005719951995: Abbey Grounds, bandstand with Newcastle Brown Ale Band performingC Dallison08/1995Gallery1
CD005819771977: Abbey and War Memorial in snow, looking NEC Dallison01/1977Gallery1
CD005919601960s: War Memorial looking SWWM BarnetGallery1
CD006019831983: War Memorial and bandstand looking WC Dallison04/1983Gallery1
CD006119811981: War Memorial looking NWC Dallison09/1981Gallery1
CD006220022002: Abbey Grounds, plaque marking tree planted by GinGin Bowling Club of Australia 1984C Dallison04/2002Gallery1
CD006320012001: Abbey Grounds, plaque marking tree planted by Australian bowling club 1912C Dallison12/2001Gallery1
CD006420002000: Abbey Grounds, notice detailing refurbishment schemeC Dallison09/2000Gallery1
CD006520002000: Abbey Grounds, notice detailing refurbishment schemeC Dallison09/2000Gallery1
CD006619951995: Abbey Grounds, Durham University magnetometer survey looking for Roman remainsC Dallison08/1995Gallery1
CD006719951995: Abbey Grounds, Durham University magnetometer survey looking for Roman remainsC Dallison08/1995Gallery1
CD006819951995: Abbey Grounds, Durham University magnetometer survey looking for Roman remainsC Dallison08/1995Gallery1
CD006919971997: Abbey House S faceC DallisonAbbey Grounds 10/1997Gallery1
CD007019951995: Abbey House S facing wall showing signs of alterationC DallisonAbbey Grounds 08/1995Gallery1
CD007119991999: Abbey House S faceC DallisonAbbey Grounds 11/1999Gallery1
CD007219951995: Alemouth Road looking S from Rotary Way to new roundabout built at entrance to Tyne GreenC Dallison07/1995Gallery1
CD007319841984: Alemouth Road No 3 now demolishedC Dallison02/1984Gallery1
CD007419921992: Alemouth Road W side looking N, Bishops Garages Rover car showroomC Dallison08/1992Gallery1
CD007519781978: Alemouth Road looking W, No 6 CuriosC Dallison06/1978Gallery1
CD007619891989: Alemouth Road looking W, No 6 Gledhill's Estate AgentC Dallison08/1989Gallery1
CD007720082008: Alemouth Road W side looking SW, Bishops Garages Vauxhall car showroomC Dallison09/2008Gallery1
CD007819971997: Alemouth Road looking NW, WW2 cold store/emergency government bunkerC Dallison11/1997Gallery1
CD007919971997: Alemouth Road looking NE, WW2 cold store/emergency government bunkerC Dallison11/1997Gallery1
CD008019971997: Alemouth Road looking SW, WW2 cold store/emergency government bunkerC Dallison11/1997Gallery1
CD008219951995: Alemouth Road, WW2 cold store/emergency government bunker, for sale and being demolishedC Dallison05/1995Gallery1
CD008319841984: Robsons Nurseries looking SW from Alemouth Road, rear of Forum Cinema on skylineC DallisonTynedale Retail Park 02/1984Gallery1Gallery2
CD008419841984: Alemouth Road, Robsons NurseriesC DallisonTynedale Retail Park 02/1984Gallery1
CD008519841984: Alemouth Road, Robsons NurseriesC DallisonTynedale Retail Park 02/1984Gallery1
CD008719851985: Alemouth Road looking N, J & ME Hunter (Tynedale) Nursery Garden Centre, Bishops garage behindC DallisonTynedale Retail Park 08/1985Gallery1Gallery2
CD008819781978: Alemouth Road, No 1C DallisonTynedale Retail Park 10/1978Gallery1Gallery2
CD008919841984: Alemouth Road, Robsons NurseriesC DallisonTynedale Retail Park 02/1984Gallery1
CD009019841984: Alemouth Road, Robsons NurseriesC DallisonTynedale Retail Park 02/1984Gallery1
CD009119841984: Alemouth Road, Robsons NurseriesC DallisonTynedale Retail Park 02/1984Gallery1
CD009219851985: Alemouth Road, Robsons Nurseries just before closureC Dallison08/1985Gallery1
CD009319891989: Alemouth Road, Robbs at Tynedale Retail Park, entrance noticeC Dallison08/1989Gallery1
CD009419891989: Alemouth Road looking N, Robbs at Tynedale Retail Park, new roundaboutC Dallison08/1989Gallery1
CD009519891989: Alemouth Road looking W, Robbs at Tynedale Retail Park garden centreC Dallison08/1989Gallery1
CD009619981998: Roofscape looking N from roof of Moot Hall, Alemouth Road, Tynedale Retail Park, after demolition of cold store/emergency government bunkerC DallisonMoot Hall Roof 09/1998Gallery1Gallery2
CD009719921992: Tynedale Retail Park and Tyne Green looking N from roof of Abbey over No 27/28 Market Place, WW2 cold store/emergency government bunkerC DallisonAbbey Roof 04/1992Gallery1Gallery2
CD009819981998: Looking N from roof of Moot Hall, Tynedale Retail Park (Robbs), and new Auction Mart, after demolition of cold store/emergency government bunkerC DallisonMoot Hall Roof 09/1998Gallery1Gallery2
CD009920022002: Looking NW from Haugh Lane/Alemouth Road junction, entrance to Tynedale Retail ParkC Dallison08/2002Gallery1
CD010019911991: Roofscape looking N from roof of Moot Hall, Robbs at Tynedale Retail Park on Alemouth Road, WW2 cold store/emergency government bunker beyondC DallisonMoot Hall Roof 02/1991Gallery1Gallery2
CD010120052005: Tynedale Retail Park closedC Dallison05/2005Gallery1
CD010220052005: Alemouth Road looking N, TescoC DallisonTynedale Retail Park 11/2005Gallery1
CD010320052005: Alemouth Road looking E, Tesco street signsC Dallison11/2005Gallery1
CD010420052005: Alemouth Road, Tesco car park signC Dallison10/2005Gallery1
CD010520072007: Conniscliffe Road (off Causey Hill Road) at junction with Bishopton Way looking NE, Egger new and old plant in distanceC Dallison08/2007Gallery1Gallery2
CD010619921992: Allen Drive looking N from Wanless Lane, Nos 39-43 1923 railway housing with plaque reading 'NER Cottage Homes & Railway Fund'C Dallison11/1992Gallery1Gallery2
CD010719921992: Egger plant looking looking NE from Allen DriveC Dallison11/1992Gallery1
CD010819821982: Allen Drive looking N from Wanless Lane, Nos 39-43 1923 railway housing with plaque reading 'NER Cottage Homes & Railway Fund'C Dallison08/1982Gallery1Gallery2
CD010920032003: Allendale Road, West Orchard House summer houseC Dallison05/2003Gallery1
CD011020032003: Allendale Road, West Orchard House summer houseC Dallison05/2003Gallery1
CD011120022002: Allendale Road, West Orchard House summer houseC Dallison05/2002Gallery1
CD011219931993: Allendale Road looking SW from junction with Temperley Place/West RoadC Dallison11/1993Gallery1
CD011419941994: Allendale Road looking E, Lincoln Terrace on rightC Dallison09/1994Gallery1
CD011519811981: Allendale Road, The Larches, part of E elevationC Dallison03/1981Gallery1
CD011619931993: Allendale Road looking NE from Hextol Terrace, The Westbrook Hotel signC Dallison10/1993Gallery1
CD011719861986: Allendale Road looking N, Maiden's Croft, North HousingC Dallison08/1986Gallery1
CD011920002000: Allendale Road looking SE at junction with Hextol Terrace, Westbrooke HotelC Dallison06/2000Gallery1
CD012019931993: Allendale Road, Mount Royal E elevationC Dallison06/1993Gallery1
CD012119931993: Allendale Road, The Larches E and S elevationsC Dallison03/1993Gallery1
CD012219811981: Allendale Road looking W, Maiden Cross E elevation with conservatoryC Dallison05/1981Gallery1
CD012319931993: Allendale Road, Summerrods S elevationC Dallison07/1993Gallery1
CD012419941994: Allendale Road, Summerrods stable block, weathervanes on roofC Dallison09/1994Gallery1
CD01261980c1980?: Wooden staircase in Westfield House, now part of QEHSPrintHydroGallery1
CD01271889Pre-1889: The Tynedale Hydropathic Establishment, Hexham. Advert from 'Hexham & its Abbey' Hodges 1889C DallisonGallery1
CD012819951995: Hydro tower on E faceC Dallison07/1995Gallery1
CD012919851985: Hydro Westfield House original 1863 S doorC Dallison07/1985Gallery1
CD013019851985: Hydro Westfield House original 1863 S doorC Dallison07/1985Gallery1
CD013119201920s: Hexham Hydropathic. Winter Gardens interiorG TrayhurnGallery1
CD013319791979: Hydro and Winter Garden looking NWC Dallison03/1979Gallery1
CD013519821982: Hydro Westfield House S faceC Dallison04/1982Gallery1
CD01361920c1920?: Four interior views of Hydro from Hotel eraC DallisonGallery1
CD013719051905: Tyndale Hydropathic, Hexham. Looking W pre Winter GardenOld postcard03/1905Gallery1
CD013919971997: Hydro Westfield House looking NWC Dallison10/1997Gallery1
CD01401960c1960?: Hydro original furniturePrintGallery1
CD014120062006: Hydro Westfield House original 1863 S door detailC Dallison07/2006Gallery1
CD014220062006: Hydro ventilator in rear buildingC Dallison07/2006Gallery1
CD014320062006: Hydro walled gardenC Dallison07/2006Gallery1
CD014420062006: Hydro new caretaker's building to SWC DallisonQEHS 07/2006Gallery1
CD014520062006: Hydro walled garden in QEHS. Open Gardens signC Dallison07/2006Gallery1
CD014620062006: Hydro rear W faceC Dallison07/2006Gallery1
CD014719501950s: Hydro Winter Gardens interiorOld photographGallery1
CD014820082008: Hydro in landscape looking SW from OakwoodC Dallison08/2008Gallery1
CD014920032003: Anick Road, Oaklands residential homeC Dallison03/2003Gallery1
CD015020032003: Anick Road looking N, Beaufront Park under constructionC Dallison03/2003Gallery1
CD015119891989: Egger looking S from A69C Dallison08/1989Gallery1
CD015219921992: Egger looking S from St Camillus OakwoodC Dallison07/1992Gallery1
CD015319871987: Roofscape looking NE from Abbey roof over Market Place, Moot Hall to right, Wentworth car park and sports facility, Egger in distanceC Dallison04/1987Gallery1
CD015419891989: Egger looking E from Hexham BridgeC Dallison08/1989Gallery1
CD015519891989: Egger looking S from OakwoodC Dallison08/1989Gallery1
CD015619921992: Egger looking SE from Oakwood bankC Dallison07/1992Gallery1
CD015719891989: Egger looking E from Windmill HillC Dallison08/1989Gallery1
CD015820062006: Egger looking SW from Anick Road, new developmentC Dallison10/2006Gallery1
CD015920062006: Egger looking SW from Anick Road, new developmentC Dallison11/2006Gallery1
CD016020062006: Bridge End Industrial Estate entrance noticeC Dallison11/2006Gallery1
CD016120062006: Post Office sorting office, Bridge End Industrial EstateC Dallison11/2006Gallery1
CD016220072007: Egger looking SW from Anick RoadC Dallison04/2007Gallery1
CD016320072007: Egger looking S from Anick RoadC Dallison04/2007Gallery1
CD016419961996: Argyle Terrace looking S from Priestpopple, corner of County MillsC Dallison09/1996Gallery1
CD016519961996: Argyle Terrace looking N from Maiden's Walk towards County Hotel and Fewsters Model Shop Priestpopple No 44aC Dallison08/1996Gallery1
CD016619951995: Argyle Terrace looking NW, rear of County Mills, NFU Insurance office, Fewsters Motorcycles No 44a PriestpoppleC Dallison06/1995Gallery1
CD016720022002: Argyle Terrace looking S to Maiden's Walk shopping area, new Co-op car parkC Dallison06/2002Gallery1
CD016819701970: Cattle Mart looking W, Ropery on rightC Dallison09/1970Gallery1
CD016919791979: Argyle Cafe in The Ropery looking WC Dallison02/1979Gallery1
CD017019781978: Argyle Terrace looking NW from Maiden's Walk, Argyle Cafe in The Ropery, Auction MartC Dallison01/1978Gallery1
CD017119961996: Argyle Cafe in The Ropery looking NW from Co-op car park in Maiden's Walk shopping area, Argyle Terrace to rightC Dallison08/1996Gallery1
CD017219911991: Argyle Cafe in The Ropery looking W from Argyle TerraceC Dallison10/1991Gallery1
CD017319911991: Ropery N side looking E down Nick to Argyle TerraceC Dallison06/1991Gallery1
CD017419811981: Ropery Nick looking E towards Argyle TerraceC Dallison05/1981Gallery1
CD017519811981: Back Row looking NW, North Eastern Mews Shopping Centre (North Eastern Hotel)C Dallison05/1981Gallery1
CD017619811981: Back Row, evidence of sleeper-bed for iron tramwayC Dallison04/1981Gallery1
CD017719801980: Back Row, interior of gallery of old theatre (Assembly room of North Eastern Hotel?)B Denness02/1980Gallery1
CD017819871987: Back Row, exterior of old theatre (Assembly room of North Eastern Hotel?), S James SculptorB Denness04/1987Gallery1
CD017919871987: Back Row, bricks said to be pre-1660, S James SculptorC Dallison04/1987Gallery1
CD018019871987: Back Row, exterior of old theatre (Assembly room of North Eastern Hotel?), S James SculptorC Dallison04/1987Gallery1
CD018120072007: Egger looking SW from OakwoodC Dallison12/2007Gallery1
CD018220072007: Egger looking SW from OakwoodC Dallison12/2007Gallery1
CD018319871987: Back Row, looking S from the North Eastern Hotel yard on N sideC Dallison01/1987Gallery1
CD018419871987: Back Row N side, North Eastern Hotel rear yard, Phillips-Cain School of Dance doorC Dallison01/1987Gallery1
CD018519871987: Back Row N side, unknown buildings A and BC Dallison01/1987Gallery1
CD018619871987: Back Row N side, North Eastern Hotel rear yard, Phillips-Cain School of Dance doorC Dallison01/1987Gallery1
CD018719871987: Back Row looking SE, North Eastern HotelC Dallison01/1987Gallery1
CD018819871987: Back Row, looking S from North Eastern Hotel yard entrance on N sideC Dallison01/1987Gallery1
CD018919871987: Back Row looking W, North Eastern Hotel, corner of Forum CinemaC Dallison01/1987Gallery1
CD019019871987: Back Row N side, unknown building A rearC Dallison01/1987Gallery1
CD019119871987: Back Row N side, unknown building CC Dallison01/1987Gallery1
CD019219871987: Back Row N side, unknown building A on right, B on leftC Dallison01/1987Gallery1
CD019319871987: Back Row N side, unknown building CC Dallison01/1987Gallery1
CD019419871987: Back Row, North Eastern Hotel shop frontC Dallison01/1987Gallery1
CD019519871987: Back Row N side, North Eastern Hotel and part of unknown building CC Dallison01/1987Gallery1
CD019619871987: Back Row N side, North Eastern Hotel passage to yard (poor image)C Dallison01/1987Gallery1
CD019719871987: Back Row, North Eastern Hotel door detailC DallisonDoorway 01/1987Gallery1Gallery2
CD019819871987: Back Row N side, unknown building A on left, B on right, old theatre at end, S James SculptorC Dallison01/1987Gallery1
CD019919871987: Back Row N side, North Eastern Hotel rear W sideC Dallison01/1987Gallery1
CD020019871987: Back Row N side, North Eastern HotelC Dallison01/1987Gallery1
CD020119871987: Back Row N side, unknown building B on left, A on right, old theatre on rightC Dallison01/1987Gallery1
CD020219871987: Back Row N side, old theatre on right, Building B above, Building B on leftC Dallison01/1987Gallery1
CD020319871987: Back Row looking NE, unknown buildings A, B and C, and part of North Eastern Hotel on right, S James SculptorC Dallison01/1987Gallery1
CD020419871987: Back Row looking NE, unknown building A frontC Dallison01/1987Gallery1
CD020520012001: Back Row looking NW from Hallgate, No 34 Market Place, Pudding MewsC Dallison03/2001Gallery1
CD020619781978: Back Row looking NW, cobbled streetC Dallison07/1978Gallery1
CD020719811981: Back Row looking SW, rear of Nos 29-30 Market PlaceC Dallison04/1981Gallery1
CD020819911991: Back Row looking SE, rear of Nos 29-30 Market PlaceC Dallison07/1991Gallery1
CD020919811981: Back Row looking SE, rear of No 31 Market PlaceC Dallison03/1981Gallery1
CD021019911991: Back Row looking SW, rear of Nos 27-28 Market PlaceC Dallison07/1991Gallery1
CD021119911991: Back Row looking SE, rear of No 25/26 Market PlaceC Dallison07/1991Gallery1
CD021219781978: Back Row looking SW, rear of No 27/28 Market PlaceC Dallison01/1978Gallery1
CD021319951995: Back Row looking E from roof of No 27/28 Market Place, Pudding MewsC Dallison05/1995Gallery1
CD021419601960s: Back Row looking SE, North Eastern Hotel on leftUnknown photographerGallery1
CD021519931993: Battle Hill, extremely large load at crest of hill heading WC Dallison08/1993Gallery1
CD021619961996: Battle Hill looking W from scaffolding outside Excelsior BuildingsC Dallison03/1996Gallery1
CD021719771977: Battle Hill looking W, No 4 JW Oxley on left, on right No 11 Newcastle and Gateshead Water Company, No 13 Fine Fare,L Davies06/1977Gallery1
CD021819961996: Battle Hill looking W from scaffolding outside Excelsior BuildingsC Dallison01/1996Gallery1
CD021919891989: Battle Hill looking W from Fore Street, Cattle Market S side behind hay trailerC Dallison07/1989Gallery1
CD022019921992: Battle Hill looking W from roof of Midland/HSBC bankC Dallison04/1992Gallery1
CD022119771977: Battle Hill looking W, No 8 Fine Leathers, No 10 T&G Allan, entrance to Excelsior Building, No 12 unknown, construction of Post Office buildings on Newman Way siteL Davies06/1977Gallery1
CD022219801980: Battle Hill looking W from Cattle MarketG Trayhurn10/1980Gallery1
CD022319921992: Battle Hill looking W from roof of Midland/HSBC bankC Dallison04/1992Gallery1
CD022419771977: Battle Hill looking W, No 3/5 National Westminster Bank, No 7 The Globe pubL Davies06/1977Gallery1Gallery2
CD022519921992: Battle Hill looking W from scaffolding outside Midland/HSBC bankC Dallison04/1992Gallery1
CD022619921992: Battle Hill looking W from Cattle Market showing Christmas lightsC Dallison12/1992Gallery1
CD022719921992: Roofscape looking W from Midland/HSBC bank roof, Battle Hill on leftC Dallison04/1992Gallery1
CD02331900c1900: Battle Hill looking W from Cattle Market, junction with EastgateM CharltonGallery1
CD023719931993: Battle Hill looking E from No 30 Battle HillC Dallison10/1993Gallery1
CD023819861986: Battle Hill looking E from Post Office siteC Dallison09/1986Gallery1
CD023919811981: Battle Hill looking E from Post Office site, No 21 JE Denton newsagent tobacconistC Dallison05/1981Gallery1
CD024019501950s: Battle Hill looking E from Post Office site, No 21 JR Denton newsagent tobacconistTuck HA14Old postcardGallery1
CD024119501950s: Battle Hill N side, No 5 HP Rose tailor, proprietor Frank Fox shutting up shop on last dayUnknown photographerGallery1
CD024220042004: Battle Hill S side looking E from Primitive Methodist Church building, Stainthorpe Court, Newman WayC Dallison09/2004Gallery1
CD024319781978: Cattle Market and Battle Hill N side looking W from Eastgate junction, Cattle Market No 4 Spinning Wheel cafe, No 2 Northern Rock Building Society; Battle Hill No 1 Old Grey Bull pub, No 3/5 National Westminster BankC Dallison01/1978Gallery1Gallery2
CD024419971997: Battle Hill N side at junction with St Mary's Chare, No 3/5 National Westminster Bank, No 7 Globe Inn pubC Dallison05/1997Gallery1Gallery2
CD024519641964: Battle Hill N side at junction with Back Street (St Mary's Chare), No 3 Barclay's BankUnknown photographerGallery1
CD024619641964: Battle Hill N side at junction with Back Street (St Mary's Chare), No 3 Barclay's BankUnknown photographerGallery1
CD024719401940: Battle Hill N side at junction with Back Street (St Mary's Chare), No 3 Barclay's BankUnknown photographerGallery1
CD024919921992: Battle Hill N side, No 5 National Westminster BankC Dallison01/1992Gallery1
CD02501940c1940: Battle Hill, No 5 HP Rose tailor, advert from 1940s cookery bookUnknown photographerGallery1Gallery2
CD025119971997: Battle Hill N side, No 9, Sherlock Hairshop and Johnsons Dry Cleaners, archway to Globe Inn yardC Dallison05/1997Gallery1
CD025219871987: Battle Hill N side, No 7 The Globe Inn pub, door of No 5C Dallison04/1987Gallery1
CD025319971997: Battle Hill N side, No 9 Sherlock Hairshop and Johnsons Dry Cleaners, archway to Globe Inn yardC Dallison05/1997Gallery1
CD025419861986: Battle Hill looking W, No 3/5 National Westminster Bank, No 7 Globe Inn pub, No 9 Hexham China Shop and Hartonclean drycleanersC Dallison08/1986Gallery1Gallery2
CD025519851985: Battle Hill N side, No 7 The Globe pubC Dallison03/1985Gallery1
CD025619851985: Battle Hill N side, No 7 The Globe pubC Dallison03/1985Gallery1
CD025719861986: Battle Hill N side, No 7 The Globe Inn pubC Dallison08/1986Gallery1
CD02581940c1940: Battle Hill N side, No 11 TL Lishman and Son grocer confectioner, Mr Lishman outside shopR Charlton postcard collectionGallery1
CD025919971997: Battle Hill N side, No 7 The Globe Inn pubC Dallison09/1997Gallery1
CD026020002000: Battle Hill N side, No 13 RW Welch (corner of) and Pound Shop, No 11 Dental PracticeC Dallison08/2000Gallery1
CD026119911991: Battle Hill N side, No 11 Newcastle and Gateshead Water Company, alleyway to St Mary's WyndC Dallison06/1991Gallery1
CD026219911991: Battle Hill N side, No 9 Hexham Health Foods and Hartonclean, archway entrance to Globe Inn yardC Dallison04/1991Gallery1
CD026319871987: Battle Hill N side, No 9 Hartonclean and Hexham China Shop, archway to Globe Inn yard, No 7 The Globe Inn pubC Dallison04/1987Gallery1Gallery2
CD026419911991: Battle Hill N side, No 11 Newcastle and Gateshead Water Company, No 13 Penney's audio TV and RW Welch shoes, No 15 JC Herdman jewellerC Dallison04/1991Gallery1
CD026520002000: Battle Hill looking N from Gaprigg Lane following demolition of Post OfficeC Dallison10/2000Gallery1
CD02661910c1910: Battle Hill N side, No 13 R Milburn & Son butcher (smaller version of CD0274)Unknown photographerGallery1
CD026719871987: Battle Hill N side, No 13 RW Welch shoes and Murray Brothers Scottish woollen mill, No 11 Newcastle and Gateshead Water Company, alleyway to St Mary's WyndC Dallison04/1987Gallery1
CD026819961996: Battle Hill N side, No 13 RW Welch shoesC Dallison10/1996Gallery1
CD026919961996: Battle Hill N side, No 13 RW Welch shoesC Dallison10/1996Gallery1
CD027019951995: Battle Hill N side, No 13 RW Welch shoes, close-up of doorC DallisonDoorway 07/1995Gallery1
CD027219781978: Battle Hill N side, No 11 Newcastle and Gateshead Water Company (with projecting sign for London & Newcastle Tea Company), No 13 Fine Fare (vacant?) and RW Welch shoesC Dallison10/1978Gallery1
CD027319961996: Battle Hill N side, No 15 JC Herdman Jeweller and L Dickinson opticianC Dallison08/1996Gallery1
CD02741910c1910: Battle Hill N side, No 13 R Milburn and Son butcherUnknown photographer, M Charlton collectionGallery1
CD027519961996: Battle Hill N side, No 15 L Dickinson optician, No 17 Wilf Curry & Co menswearC Dallison08/1996Gallery1
CD027619971997: Battle Hill N side, No 17 Wilf Curry & Co New Man menswear, revised fasciaC Dallison10/1997Gallery1
CD027720002000: Battle Hill looking N from Gaprigg Court following demolition of Post OfficeC Dallison10/2000Gallery1
CD027819961996: Battle Hill looking W from scaffolding on Excelsior Buildings, Nos 17-21C Dallison03/1996Gallery1
CD027919911991: Battle Hill N side, No 21 JR Denton newsagent tobacconist, No 19 North of England Building Society (vacant?)C Dallison04/1991Gallery1
CD028019791979: Battle Hill N side, No 21 JR Denton newsagent tobacconist, No 19 Card Shop and the Music CentreC Dallison03/1979Gallery1
CD028120002000: Battle Hill N side looking N, side of No 21 and rear of Beaumont HotelC Dallison02/2000Gallery1
CD028219961996: Battle Hill N side, No 21 Dentons News with Willow Wear for horse and rider aboveC Dallison08/1996Gallery1
CD028320012001: Battle Hill N side, No 21 rear of Dentons from No 19, Primitive Methodist Chapel behindC Dallison08/2001Gallery1
CD028420012001: Battle Hill N side, No 21 rear of Dentons from No 19C Dallison08/2001Gallery1
CD028519961996: Battle Hill N side, No 21 Dentons News tobacconist, No 19 Tynedale Community HospiceC Dallison08/1996Gallery1
CD028620082008: Battle Hill looking N, side of No 21 and rear of Beaumont Hotel, extension under constructionC Dallison11/2008Gallery1
CD028719931993: Battle Hill S side, No 2 Ridley's fishmonger, seafood, poultry & gameC Dallison05/1993Gallery1
CD028819791979: Battle Hill S side, No 2 T Murray and Co LtdC Dallison06/1979Gallery1
CD028919921992: Battle Hill S side, No 2 Ridley's fishmonger, seafood, poultry & game, shop windowC Dallison10/1992Gallery1
CD029019941994: Battle Hill S side, No 2 Ridley's fishmonger, seafood, poultry & game, after removal of renderC Dallison06/1994Gallery1
CD029119961996: Battle Hill S side, No 2 Ridley's fishmonger, seafood, poultry & gameC Dallison08/1996Gallery1
CD029219931993: Battle Hill S side, No 2 Ridley's fishmonger, seafood, poultry & game, shop front windowC Dallison01/1993Gallery1
CD029319931993: Battle Hill S side, No 2 Ridley's fishmonger, seafood, poultry and gameC Dallison01/1993Gallery1
CD029419811981: Battle Hill S side, No 4 Thomas Pattinson & Sons estate agents and JW Oxley confectioner tobacconistC Dallison05/1981Gallery1
CD029520002000: Battle Hill S side, No 4 JW Oxley confectioner tobacconist (closed for renovation)C Dallison10/2000Gallery1
CD029619791979: Battle Hill S side, No 6 Greggs Sports, No 8 Fine LeathersC Dallison06/1979Gallery1
CD029719961996: Battle Hill S side looking E, No 10 Excelsior Buildings with scaffoldingC Dallison03/1996Gallery1
CD029819961996: Battle Hill S side, Excelsior Buildings with scaffolding, No 10 T&G Allan stationers, No 12 AT Mays travel agentC Dallison03/1996Gallery1
CD029919951995: Battle Hill S side, No 10 Excelsior Buildings decorative dormerC Dallison07/1995Gallery1
CD030019791979: Battle Hill S side, No 10 Excelsior Buildings arch showing alley prior to redevelopmentC Dallison02/1979Gallery1
CD030119911991: Battle Hill S side Excelsior Buildings, No 10 T&G Allan stationers, No 12 AT Mays travel agentC Dallison06/1991Gallery1
CD030219211921: Battle Hill S side Excelsior Buildings, No 12 National Provincial & Union Bank of England LtdUnknown photographerGallery1
CD03031910c1910: Battle Hill S side, corner of No 24 on right, Nos 20/22 after archway. Only the archway remains; a manual telephone exchange was built on the site of No 20 and Gibson House built to the right of the archwayG TrayhurnGallery1
CD03041910c1910: Battle Hill S side, No 14 Battle Hill House Charles J Rogerson's School for Boys, No 12/10 Excelsior Buildings in distanceJ PeirsonGallery1Gallery2
CD030519901990: Battle Hill S side looking SW along Newman Way, No 5 Gojo Video, No 4 Lords Books, No 3/2 Jasmine Garden Chinese restaurant, No 1 unknown. Originally the site of Nos 14-18 Battle HillC Dallison06/1990Gallery1
CD030619921992: Battle Hill S side looking SE along Newman Way, No 2/3 Jasmine Garden Chinese restaurant, No 4 Lords Books, No 5 Gojo Video. Originally the site of Nos 14-18 Battle HillC Dallison02/1992Gallery1
CD030719961996: Battle Hill S side looking SW along Newman Way, No 5 Gojo Video, No 4 ?, No 3/2 Jasmine Garden Chinese restaurant. Originally the site of Nos 14-18 Battle HillC Dallison08/1996Gallery1
CD030819911991: Battle Hill S side looking E along Newman Way, No 1 James hair stylist, No 2/3 Jasmine Garden chinese restaurant, No 4 Lords books, No 5 Gojo Video. Originally the site of Nos 14-18 Battle HillC Dallison06/1991Gallery1
CD030919911991: Battle Hill S side looking SE along Newman Way, No 1 James hair stylist, No 2/3 Jasmine Garden chinese restaurant, No 4 Lords books, No 5 Gojo Video. Originally the site of Nos 14-18 Battle HillC Dallison06/1991Gallery1
CD031019961996: Battle Hill S side looking SE along Newmans Way, Nos 5-1. Originally the site of Nos 14-18 Battle HillC Dallison10/1996Gallery1
CD031219921992: Battle Hill S side looking SE, Gibson House No 2 Second Sense, No 3 Greggs Sports, archway. Originally site of Nos 22-24.C Dallison02/1992Gallery1
CD031319911991: Battle Hill S side looking SE, Gibson House No 3 Greggs Sports, archway. Originally site of Nos 22-24.C Dallison05/1991Gallery1
CD031419851985: Battle Hill looking SE from Beaumont Street, junction with St Wilfrid's Road, Gibson House No 1 North East Co-op last day of trading. Originally site of Nos 22-24.C Dallison08/1985Gallery1
CD031519931993: Battle Hill looking SE from Beaumont Street, junction with St Wilfrid's Road, No 24 Nichol & Laidlow on right, Gibson House No 1 Cumbria Fine Furnishing, No 2 Second Sense, No 3 Greggs Sports. Originally site of Nos 22-24.C Dallison08/1993Gallery1
CD031619911991: Battle Hill looking S, junction with St Wilfrid's Road, Gibson House No 1 Cumbria Fine Furnishing, No 2 Second Sense. Originally site of Nos 22-24.C Dallison05/1991Gallery1
CD031719991999: Battle Hill S side, buildings to rear of No 4C Dallison12/1999Gallery1
CD031819981998: Battle Hill S side, buildings to rear of No 6C Dallison11/1998Gallery1
CD031919991999: Battle Hill S side, buildings to rear of No 6C Dallison01/1999Gallery1
CD032019991999: Battle Hill S side, old cottages at rear of No 6C Dallison01/1999Gallery1
CD032119991999: Battle Hill S side looking N from old cottages at rear of No 6 Rainbow PetsB Denness11/1999Gallery1
CD032219941994: Battle Hill S side, old cottages at rear of Nos 6-8, Hexham Antiques, Hotspur AntiquesC Dallison03/1994Gallery1
CD032319991999: Battle Hill S side, looking NW from old cottages at rear of No 8C Dallison01/1999Gallery1
CD03242002Post-2002: Battle Hill S side, Johnnie Johnson housing development behind No 10 Excelsior BuildingsC DallisonGallery1
CD03252002Post-2002: Battle Hill S side, Johnnie Johnson housing development, through alleyway behind No 10 Excelsior BuildingsC DallisonGallery1
CD032620022002: Battle Hill S side, Johnnie Johnson housing development behind No 10 Excelsior BuildingsC Dallison04/2002Gallery1
CD032719851985: Battle Hill S side looking N, rear of No 10 Excelsior Buildings archC Dallison03/1985Gallery1
CD03281990c1990: Hallstile Bank and Hallgate looking E from top rear of No 27/28 Market Place, Forum Cinema on left, Moot Hall on rightC DallisonGallery1
CD03321900c1900?: Battle Hill S side, English/United Presbyterian Church built in 1864 (possibly No 18), demolished in 1954, near site of the 1963 Post OfficeUnknown photographerBattle Hill Presbyterian ChurchGallery1Gallery2
CD033320002000: Battle Hill S side, sign indicating Johnnie Johnson housing development behind No 10 Excelsior BuildingsC Dallison07/2000Gallery1
CD033419541954: Battle Hill S side, possibly No 18, English/United Presbyterian Church during demolitionUnknown photographerBattle Hill Presbyterian ChurchGallery1Gallery2
CD03351900c1900?: Battle Hill S side, possibly No 18, English/United Presbyterian Church interior after 1883 extensionUnknown photographerBattle Hill Presbyterian ChurchGallery1
CD03361900c1900?: Battle Hill S side, possibly No 18, English/United Presbyterian Church interior after 1883 extensionUnknown photographerBattle Hill Presbyterian ChurchGallery1
CD033719791979: Battle Hill S side looking SW, No 20 Post OfficeC Dallison01/1979Gallery1
CD033819911991: Battle Hill S side, No 20 Post OfficeC Dallison11/1991Gallery1
CD033919921992: Battle Hill S side, No 20 Post Office and Sorting OfficeC Dallison09/1992Gallery1
CD034019961996: Battle Hill S side, No 20 Post Office and Sorting OfficeC Dallison08/1996Gallery1
CD034119871987: Battle Hill S side, No 20 Post Office and Sorting OfficeC Dallison04/1987Gallery1
CD034219961996: Battle Hill S side, No 20 Post Office and Sorting Office following closureC Dallison10/1996Gallery1
CD034320002000: Battle Hill looking S, No 20 Post Office and Sorting Office under demolition, telephone exchange behindC Dallison09/2000Gallery1
CD034420002000: Battle Hill looking S, No 20 Post Office and Sorting Office being demolished, telephone exchange behindC Dallison08/2000Gallery1
CD034519901990: Battle Hill S side, No 20 Post Office wooden collage from interiorC DallisonInteriors 10/1990Gallery1
CD034620012001: Battle Hill S side looking S across site of No 20, Stainthorpe Court Phase 1C Dallison08/2001Gallery1
CD034720012001: Gaprigg Court looking N, Stainthorpe Court Phase 1 under constructionC Dallison03/2001Gallery1
CD034820002000: Battle Hill, Stainthorpe Court Phase 1 under constructionC DallisonDevelopers Signs 10/2000Gallery1
CD034920012001: Battle Hill S side looking SW across site of No 20, Stainthorpe Court Phase 1 under constructionC Dallison05/2001Gallery1
CD035020012001: Battle Hill S side looking S across site of No 20, Stainthorpe Court Phase 1 under constructionC Dallison05/2001Gallery1
CD035120012001: Battle Hill S side looking S across site of No 20, Stainthorpe Court Phase 1 under constructionC Dallison12/2001Gallery1
CD035220022002: Battle Hill S side looking S across site of No 20, Stainthorpe Court Phase 2 under constructionC Dallison04/2002Gallery1
CD035320022002: Battle Hill S side looking S across site of No 20, Stainthorpe Court Phase 2 under constructionC Dallison04/2002Gallery1
CD035420022002: Battle Hill S side looking S across site of No 20, Stainthorpe Court Phase 2 under constructionC Dallison09/2002Gallery1
CD035520032003: Battle Hill S side looking SE from junction with Beaumont Street, Gibson House (site of Nos 24-20) No 1 Road Runner, No 2 Tan Express, No 3 Greggs Sports, archway, Stainthorpe CourtC Dallison07/2003Gallery1
CD03561905c1905: Battle Hill S side looking SE from Beaumont Street junction. From right: No 24, No 22, archway, No 20, No 18 English/United Presbyterian ChurchJP GibsonBattle Hill Presbyterian ChurchGallery1Gallery2
CD035819921992: Battle Hill S side looking SE from junction with Beaumont Street, Gibson House (site of No 24-20) No 3 Greggs Sports, archwayC Dallison09/1992Gallery1
CD03591920Pre-1920: Battle Hill S side looking S from junction with Beaumont Street, No 24 (now site of Gibson House) and Maltkiln Lane, prior to cutting of St Wilfrid's RoadUnknown photographerGallery1
CD036019201920s: Battle Hill looking E, No 16 Hexham Motor Company, No 14 Mickley Coal Company, Excelsior BuildingsUnknown photographerGallery1
CD036119921992: Battle Hill S side, Newman Way Nos 4-5, Gojo Video, Lords Books, Battle Hill Excelsior Buildings, No 12 AT Mays travel agent, No 10 T&G Allan stationersC Dallison09/1992Gallery1
CD036219921992: Battle Hill S side, Newman Way Nos 3-5, Jasmine Garden Chinese restaurant, Lords Books, Gojo Video, Battle Hill Excelsior Buildings, No 12 AT Mays travel agent, No 10 T&G Allan stationersC Dallison08/1992Gallery1
CD036319771977: Battle Hill looking W from junction with Beaumont Street to N side of HencotesL Davies06/1977Gallery1
CD036419891989: Hencotes S side, alterations to St Mary's presbytery (now Middlemarch)B DennessSt Mary's RC Church 04/1989Gallery1Gallery2
CD03651920c1920: Battle Hill S side, No 26 PJ Guthrie Coal & Coke Merchant, United Delivery, tricycle cartUnknown photographerGallery1
CD036619931993: Battle Hill S side, garden of No 30 looking across garden of CarntyneC Dallison09/1993Gallery1
CD036719981998: Battle Hill looking S from Beaumont Street, No 24 Kids Corner,No 26 ?, No 28 HL Caris & Son watchmaker jeweller, No 30 residentialC Dallison06/1998Gallery1
CD036819911991: Battle Hill looking S, junction with St Wilfrid's Road, No 24 Nichol & Laidlow kitchenware, No 26 PJ Guthrie & Son, No 28 HL Caris & Son watchmaker jewellerC Dallison07/1991Gallery1
CD036919871987: Battle Hill looking S, junction with St Wilfrid's Road, No 24 Nichol & LaidlowC Dallison04/1987Gallery1
CD037019931993: Battle Hill S side, No 28 HL Caris & Son watchmaker jewellerC Dallison10/1993Gallery1
CD037119961996: Battle Hill S side, No 28 HL Caris & Son watchmaker jeweller, detail of hanging signC Dallison07/1996Gallery1
CD037219781978: Battle Hill looking S from Beaumont Street, No 28 HL Caris & Son watchmaker jeweller, No 30 residential, No 32 residentialC Dallison09/1978Gallery1
CD037319911991: Hencotes S side looking S, former RC convent now Carntyne Residential HomeC Dallison07/1991Gallery1Gallery2
CD037419921992: Hencotes S side looking S, gates to former RC convent now Carntyne Residential HomeC Dallison08/1992Gallery1
CD037519911991: Hencotes S side looking S, former RC presbytery now residential (Middlemarch)C DallisonSt Mary's RC Church 07/1991Gallery1Gallery2
CD037619991999: Beaufront Avenue, ornamental gate to Hexham East First SchoolC DallisonIronwork 02/1999Gallery1
CD037719821982: Hexham East First School (Primary) looking SC Dallison08/1982Gallery1
CD037819821982: Hexham East First School (Primary) looking NC Dallison08/1982Gallery1
CD037920082008: Beaufront Avenue, Hexham East First School signs for school and Surestart CentreC Dallison11/2008Gallery1
CD038020082008: Beaufront Avenue, Hexham East First School NCC behavioural signC Dallison11/2008Gallery1
CD038119891989: Beaumont Park sign advertising new developmentC DallisonCausey Hill 08/1989Gallery1
CD038219951995: Robson Drive (off Causey Hill), decorative wall featuresC Dallison04/1995Gallery1
CD038319891989: Beaumont Park looking S, original entry from Causey Hill RoadC Dallison08/1989Gallery1
CD038419871987: Roofscape across Beaumont Street looking S from Abbey roof, No 7 Thomas Ellis painter decorator signwriter, No 8 Hexham Courant office, No 9 Universal Building Society, telephone exchange in distanceC Dallison04/1987Gallery1
CD038519871987: Roofscape across Beaumont Street looking S from Abbey roof, buildings in St Mary's WyndC Dallison04/1987Gallery1
CD038619951995: Beaumont Street looking S from roof of No 27/28 Market Place, Market Place No 17 Claremont Fine Art, No 18 Victoria Wines, Beaumont Street No 1/2 Dickinson Bros Ltd furnitureC Dallison05/1995Gallery1
CD038719871987: Roofscape across Beaumont Street looking S from Abbey roof, No 8 Hexham Courant office, Queens Hall to Battle HillC Dallison04/1987Gallery1
CD038819931993: Roofscape across Beaumont Street and Abbey Grounds looking S from Abbey roof, Queen's Hall to Battle HillC Dallison01/1993Gallery1
CD038919921992: Roofscape along Beaumont Street and Abbey Grounds looking SE from Abbey roof to Battle Hill, No 4 A & VE DunnC Dallison04/1992Gallery1
CD039019921992: Roofscape along Beaumont Street and Abbey Grounds looking SE from Abbey roofC Dallison04/1992Gallery1
CD039219951995: Beaumont Street looking NE towards Market Place from S of Abbey Shop, No 4 Dunns of Hexham, No 3 Newcastle Building SocietyC Dallison12/1995Gallery1
CD039319081908: Beaumont Street Hexham. Hand tinted postcard; looking NE to Market Place, Robert Bolam Short, rolley man at Hexham Station with his railway dray, newly planted trees, Abbey, Trinity Methodist Church, Queen's HallOld postcardGallery1
CD039420042004: Beaumont Street looking NE from Beaumont HotelC Dallison09/2004Gallery1
CD039520022002: Beaumont Street looking E to Market Place from Abbey FlagsC Dallison09/2002Gallery1
CD039619981998: Beaumont Street looking NE from Benson Memorial StatueC Dallison05/1998Gallery1
CD039719991999: Beaumont Street and Abbey Grounds looking NE, before re-installation of railingsC Dallison11/1999Gallery1
CD039819601960s: Beaumont Street looking N towards Abbey, Abbey Shop in small white buildingWM BarnetGallery1
CD03991900c1900?: Beaumont Street looking NE, Abbey Hotel, Trinity Methodist Church, Queen's HallG TrayhurnGallery1
CD04001897Pre-1897: Beaumont Street looking NE towards Abbey and Market Place, Queen's Hall prior to the building of Trinity Methodist ChurchG TrayhurnGallery1
CD040120022002: Beaumont Street south end looking NE from Battle Hill, Benson Memorial Statue with Hexham Community Church behindC Dallison04/2002Gallery1
CD040219921992: Beaumont Street looking N towards Abbey from Beaumont HotelC Dallison01/1992Gallery1
CD04031897Pre-1897: Beaumont Street looking NE towards Abbey (behind trees) and Market Place, Queen's Hall, prior to the building of Trinity Methodist ChurchG TrayhurnGallery1Gallery2
CD04041901Pre-1901: Beaumont Street looking NE towards Abbey and Market Place, Trinity Methodist Church on right, prior to building of Abbey Hotel, horse and cartGibson photoTrinity ChurchGallery1Gallery2
CD04051901c1901: Beaumont Street looking NE towards Abbey and Market Place prior to building of Abbey Hotel, Trinity Methodist Church, Queen's HallUnknown photographerTrinity ChurchGallery1Gallery2
CD040619931993: Beaumont Street and Abbey Grounds looking NE from No 30 Battle Hill, Benson Memorial Statue and gatesC Dallison09/1993Gallery1Gallery2
CD040719911991: Beaumont Street, No 1/2 Dickinson Bros LtdC Dallison07/1991Gallery1
CD040819981998: Beaumont Street, No 1/2 Dickinson Bros Ltd new shopfrontC Dallison05/1998Gallery1
CD040919791979: Beaumont Street, No 4 T Patterson fish game and poultry dealerC Dallison04/1979Gallery1
CD041019851985: Beaumont Street, No 6 Conservative & Unionist ClubC Dallison03/1985Gallery1
CD041119791979: Beaumont Street, No 6 Conservative & Unionist Club stained glass detailsC DallisonWindow 04/1979Gallery1
CD041219911991: Beaumont Street, No 6 Conservative & Unionist ClubC Dallison06/1991Gallery1
CD041319851985: Beaumont Street, No 7 Thomas Ellis painter decorator signwriterC Dallison03/1985Gallery1
CD041419851985: Beaumont Street, No 8 Hexham Courant officeC Dallison03/1985Gallery1
CD041519851985: Beaumont Street, No 8 Hexham Courant office window detailC Dallison03/1985Gallery1
CD041619851985: Beaumont Street looking E, No 9 Temperley's Grain Merchant (closed Oct 1984)C Dallison03/1985Gallery1
CD041720022002: Beaumont Street, Beaumont HotelC Dallison09/2002Gallery1
CD041819951995: Beaumont Street, Beaumont HotelC Dallison08/1995Gallery1
CD04191905c1905: Beaumont Street, Abbey HotelOld postcardGallery1
CD042019851985: Beaumont Street, Beaumont Hotel, Carousel, Wallhead Gray & Coates Chartered Valuation SurveyorsC Dallison03/1985Gallery1
CD04211887Pre-1887: Beaumont Street, fairground at S end, next to Trinity Methodist Church and eventual site of Abbey Hotel and Primitive Methodist ChurchUnknown photographerGallery1
CD04221887Pre-1887: Beaumont Street, fairground at S end, next to Trinity Methodist Church and eventual site of Abbey Hotel and Primitive Methodist ChurchG TrayhurnGallery1
CD042319781978: Queen's Hall looking E across Beaumont Street from Abbey Grounds, archwayC Dallison07/1978Gallery1
CD04241887Pre-1887: Beaumont Street looking S, No 9 Temperley & Co grain merchant, Queen's Hall, gates across St Mary's Wynd, Trinity Methodist Church being constructedUnknown photographerTrinity ChurchGallery1Gallery2
CD04261890c1890: Beaumont Street looking S, No 9 Temperley & Co grain merchant, Queen's Hall, gates across St Mary's Wynd, Trinity Methodist Church constructedUnknown photographerGallery1
CD042719961996: Beaumont Street looking S, No 9, Queen's Hall, Trinity Methodist Church, HotelC Dallison04/1996Gallery1
CD042820032003: Queen's Hall notice announcing work to improve accessibilityC Dallison02/2003Gallery1
CD042919931993: Queen's Hall looking E across Beaumont Street from Abbey Grounds at nightC Dallison05/1993Gallery1
CD043019871987: Queen's Hall Beaumont Street entranceC Dallison04/1987Gallery1
CD043119791979: Queen's Hall looking E across Beaumont Street from Abbey GroundsL DaviesGallery1
CD043219791979: Beaumont Street, Queen's Hall SW corner, remains of pre-1939 cafe signC Dallison06/1979Gallery1
CD043319931993: Queen's Hall at night looking E from Beaumont StreetC Dallison05/1993Gallery1
CD043418931893: Town Hall. Beaumont Street looking SE, now Queen's HallNew album of Hexham & vicinity. Pike & CoGallery1
CD043519931993: Queen's Hall looking E across Beaumont Street from Abbey Grounds at dusk, archwayC Dallison05/1993Gallery1
CD043819911991: Queen's Hall interior SE corner of libraryC Dallison06/1991Gallery1
CD043919951995: Queen's Hall looking E across Beaumont Street from Abbey GroundsC Dallison03/1995Gallery1
CD044019911991: Queen's Hall interior, library mezzanine and ceiling, SE cornerC Dallison06/1991Gallery1
CD044119901990: Queen's Hall interior, library mezzanine and ceiling, SW cornerC Dallison04/1990Gallery1
CD044219901990: Queen's Hall interior, library mezzanine and ceiling, W endC Dallison04/1990Gallery1
CD044319901990: Queen's Hall interior, library mezzanine and ceiling, E endC Dallison04/1990Gallery1
CD044419911991: Queen's Hall interior, library, W endC Dallison06/1991Gallery1
CD044519911991: Queen's Hall interior, library, detail of ironworkC Dallison06/1991Gallery1
CD04461950Pre-1950: Queen's Hall interior, theatreUnknown photographerGallery1
CD044719911991: Queen's Hall interior, library, detail of ironworkC Dallison06/1991Gallery1
CD044819911991: Queen's Hall interior, library, detail of ironworkC Dallison06/1991Gallery1
CD044919911991: Queen's Hall interior, library, detail of ironwork, 1980 iron spiral staircaseC Dallison06/1991Gallery1
CD045019911991: Queen's Hall interior, library, detail of ironworkC Dallison06/1991Gallery1
CD045119911991: Queen's Hall interior, library, detail of ironworkC Dallison06/1991Gallery1
CD045219371937: Queen's Hall poster advertising Bioscope showing in theatreC DallisonGallery1
CD045318971897: Queen's Hall dance card for Yeomanry Ball with Northumberland Hussars' BandC DallisonGallery1
CD04541882c1882: Hexham Wesleyan Sunday School Teaching Staff (about 1882). Trinity Methodist ChurchUnknown photographerTrinity ChurchGallery1
CD045519971997: Beaumont Street, Trinity Methodist Church garden to S after replantingC DallisonTrinity Church 03/1997Gallery1
CD045619461946: Flower Service Procession 1946. Beaumont StreetUnknown photographerGallery1
CD045719971997: Beaumont Street, Trinity Methodist Church garden to S after replantingC DallisonTrinity Church 03/1997Gallery1
CD045819851985: Trinity Methodist Church looking SE from Abbey grounds across Beaumont StreetC DallisonTrinity Church 03/1985Gallery1
CD045919851985: Trinity Methodist Church looking E from Beaumont StreetC DallisonTrinity Church 03/1985Gallery1
CD046019991999: Trinity Methodist Church 1998/9 extension to church hallC DallisonTrinity Church 11/1999Gallery1
CD046119821982: Re-dedication of Organ 1982. Trinity Methodist Church interior, group of people with namesC DallisonTrinity ChurchGallery1
CD046219811981: Trinity Methodist Church looking SE from Abbey grounds across Beaumont StreetC DallisonTrinity Church 08/1981Gallery1
CD046319961996: Battle Hill looking NE corner with Beaumont Street, Primitive Methodist Church building main entranceC Dallison08/1996Gallery1
CD046419081908: Primitive Methodist Church laying foundation stones, looking SW to Battle Hill and rear of Benson Memorial StatueUnknown photographerGallery1
CD046519781978: Primitive Methodist Church looking E from Battle Hill junction with Beaumont StreetC Dallison07/1978Gallery1
CD046619961996: Community Church (Primitive Methodist Church building) looking NW from Battle HillC Dallison08/1996Gallery1
CD046719851985: Beaumont Street looking E, Primitive Methodist Church building, Wallhead Gray & Coates Charted Valuation SurveyorsC Dallison03/1985Gallery1
CD046819791979: Primitive Methodist Church building looking NW from Battle Hill, Wallhead Gray & Coates Charted Surveyors Valuers & Estate AgentsC Dallison06/1979Gallery1
CD046919091909: Primitive Methodist Church opening ceremony, looking NE from Battle HillG TrayhurnGallery1
CD04701910c1910: P.M. Church and Bensons Monument Hexham. Sepia; looking NE from Battle Hill, Primitive Methodist ChurchOld postcardGallery1
CD047119501950: Assembling prior to Procession. Hexham Methodist Churches, flower processionC DallisonGallery1
CD047220012001: Community Church (Primitive Methodist Church building) and Benson Memorial Statue, looking NE from Battle HillC Dallison03/2001Gallery1
CD047319921992: Rear of Market Place buildings looking E from roof of Dickinson's in Old Church, corner of Old Gaol on skylineC Atkinson07/1992Gallery1
CD047519961996: Community Church (Primitive Methodist Church building) looking NE from Battle HillC Dallison10/1996Gallery1
CD04761952Pre-1952: Primitive Methodist Church interior with flower decorationsUnknown photographerGallery1
CD047719791979: Beaumont Street looking E, Primitive Methodist Church building N wing, Wallhead Gray & Coates Charted SurveyorsC Dallison06/1979Gallery1
CD047820012001: Hexham Community Church (Primitive Methodist Church building) looking SE from Abbey grounds across Beaumont StreetC Dallison05/2001Gallery1
CD047919931993: Community Church (Primitive Methodist Church building) N wing looking SE from Abbey grounds across Beaumont StreetC Dallison08/1993Gallery1
CD048019951995: Primitive Methodist Church detail of Arts & Craft lettering inscriptionC Dallison05/1995Gallery1Gallery2
CD048119951995: Primitive Methodist Church detail of Arts & Craft lettering inscriptionC Dallison10/1995Gallery1Gallery2
CD048219961996: Community Church (Primitive Methodist Church building) looking NE from Battle HillC Dallison10/1996Gallery1
CD048419931993: Beaumont Street W side, laying Abbey flagsC Dallison03/1993Gallery1
CD048519931993: Beaumont Street W side, removing grass and laying Abbey flagsC Dallison02/1993Gallery1
CD048619911991: Beaumont Street looking NW, Clinic, Magistrate's Court and Abbey car parkC Dallison09/1991Gallery1
CD048819991999: Beaumont Street looking NE towards Market Place, installation of new railingsC Dallison11/1999Gallery1
CD048920002000: Beaumont Street S end looking S, new pedestrian refuge, Battle Hill No 28 HL Caris & Son watchmaker jeweller, No 30 No 32 residentialC Dallison02/2000Gallery1
CD049019811981: Beaumont Street, Northumberland Fusiliers' WW2 War Memorial GatesC Dallison05/1981Gallery1
CD049119871987: Beaumont Street, Northumberland Fusiliers' WW2 War Memorial GatesC Dallison04/1987Gallery1
CD049219951995: Beaumont Street, Northumberland Fusiliers' WW2 War Memorial Gates following repairC Dallison07/1995Gallery1
CD049319871987: Beaumont Street, Northumberland Fusiliers' WW2 War Memorial plaqueC Dallison04/1987Gallery1
CD049420052005: Beaumont Street, Northumberland Fusiliers' WW2 War Memorial bench to 3rd BattalionC Dallison09/2005Gallery1
CD049519911991: Beaumont Street, Northumberland Fusiliers' WW2 War Memorial GardenC Dallison08/1991Gallery1
CD049719191919: Northumberland Fusiliers' WW1 War Memorial arch in Beaumont Street into Abbey grounds looking NW from Queen's Hall, opening ceremony presentation by the Robb familyG TrayhurnGallery1
CD049819811981: Northumberland Fusiliers' WW1 War Memorial arch looking E from Abbey grounds to Beaumont StreetC Dallison09/1981Gallery1
CD049919791979: Northumberland Fusiliers' WW1 War Memorial plaque to 4th Battalion, Beaumont StreetC Dallison02/1979Gallery1
CD050019911991: Northumberland Fusiliers' WW1 War Memorial arch looking NW from Beaumont StreetC Dallison08/1991Gallery1
CD050120072007: Northumberland Fusiliers' WW2 War Memorial Gates looking E from Abbey car park to Beaumont StreetC Dallison10/2007Gallery1
CD050220022002: 1912 Benson Memorial Gates detailC Dallison04/2002Gallery1
CD050320022002: 1912 Benson Memorial Gates detailC Dallison04/2002Gallery1
CD050419931993: 1912 Benson Memorial Gates and Abbey Grounds looking N from roof of No 30 Battle HillC Dallison09/1993Gallery1
CD050519861986: 1912 Benson Memorial Statue and Gates looking NW from Battle HillC Dallison08/1986Gallery1
CD050619811981: 1912 Benson Memorial Gates looking NW from Battle HillC Dallison04/1981Gallery1
CD050719771977: 1912 Benson Memorial Statue and Gates looking NW from Battle HillC Dallison06/1977Gallery1
CD050819991999: 1912 Benson Memorial Gates following refurbishment, looking W from Beaumont StreetC Dallison11/1999Gallery1
CD050919041904: Benson Memorial Statue unveiling ceremony, looking N from Battle Hill down Beaumont SteetG Trayhurn03/1904Gallery1
CD051020012001: Benson Memorial Statue looking EC Dallison10/2001Gallery1
CD051319961996: Benson Memorial StatueC Dallison10/1996Gallery1
CD051419811981: Benson Memorial Statue looking NW from Battle HillC Dallison05/1981Gallery1
CD051619961996: Benson Memorial Statue looking NW from Battle HillC Dallison10/1996Gallery1
CD051719041904: Benson Memorial Statue unveiling ceremony, looking NE down Beaumont Street, Abbey HotelC Dallison03/1904Gallery1
CD05181904c1904: Benson Memorial Statue, Beaumont Street, Hexham. Looking N down Beaumont Street to AbbeyG TrayhurnGallery1
CD051919051905: River Tyne looking E frozen overUnknown photographerHexham Bridge 04/1905Gallery1
CD052019501950: Hexham Bridge prior to carriageway widening in 1967Rotary Club05/1950Gallery1
CD052119911991: Hexham Bridge W side looking E from Tyne GreenC Dallison08/1991Gallery1
CD052219921992: Hexham Bridge W side looking E from Tyne GreenR Mylne08/1992Gallery1
CD052319931993: Hexham Bridge W side looking NC Dallison08/1993Gallery1
CD052419931993: Hexham Bridge looking NE from Tyne Green through southern arch onto spillwayC Dallison09/1993Gallery1
CD052520032003: Hexham Bridge W side looking N from Tyne Green showing high water levelC Dallison02/2003Gallery1
CD052619781978: Hexham Bridge W side looking N from Tyne GreenR Mylne01/1978Gallery1
CD052720032003: Hexham Bridge E side looking N from Tyne Green showing high water level over spillwayC Dallison02/2003Gallery1
CD052820002000: Hexham Bridge E side looking N over spillwayC Dallison06/2000Gallery1
CD052919321932: Hexham Bridge looking E from Tyne Green, rowing boat317694Old postcardGallery1
CD053019981998: Hexham Bridge E side looking N over spillwayC Dallison06/1998Gallery1
CD053119981998: Hexham Bridge E side looking N over spillwayC Dallison06/1998Gallery1
CD05321904c1904: The Bridge Hexham. Hexham Bridge from Alemouth Road looking N, buildings at Bridge End2362Old postcardGallery1
CD053519971997: Hexham Bridge and Alemouth Road looking NC Dallison06/1997Gallery1
CD053619971997: Hexham Bridge and Alemouth Road looking NC Dallison11/1997Gallery1
CD053719931993: Hexham Bridge, 200th anniversary. The river's story display boardC Dallison10/1993Gallery1
CD053819931993: Hexham Bridge, 200th anniversary commemorative plaqueC Dallison09/1993Gallery1
CD053919971997: Hexham Bridge, map showing Alemouth Road and river crossingsC Dallison05/1997Gallery1Gallery2
CD054019931993: Hexham Bridge, 200th anniversary. The river's early story display boardsC Dallison10/1993Gallery1
CD054119931993: Hexham Bridge, 200th anniversary. The river's early story display boardsC Dallison10/1993Gallery1
CD054219931993: Hexham Bridge, 200th anniversary. The river's early story, Buck's view of 1728C Dallison10/1993Gallery1
CD054319931993: Hexham Bridge, 200th anniversary. The river's story new roads display boardC Dallison10/1993Gallery1
CD054519931993: Hexham Bridge, 200th anniversary. The river's story bridge construction diagramC Dallison10/1993Gallery1
CD054619931993: Hexham Bridge, 200th anniversary. The river's story, arch bridges display boardsC Dallison10/1993Gallery1
CD054720052005: Battle Hill looking E, water bowser during water shortageC Dallison01/2005Gallery1
CD054820052005: Hencotes looking E, Burnbrae House with water bowsers during water shortageC Dallison01/2005Gallery1
CD054920052005: Hellpool Lane (off West Road) W side, water bowser during water shortageC Dallison01/2005Gallery1
CD055020052005: Allendale Road E side, water tanker during water shortageC Dallison01/2005Gallery1
CD055120052005: Leazes Lane, Leazes Crescent looking SE to Quatre Bras, portaloo during water shortageC Dallison01/2005Gallery1Gallery2
CD055220052005: Hexham Bridge looking NE, emergency water pipeline crossing river during water shortageC Dallison01/2005Gallery1Gallery2
CD055320052005: Hexham Bridge W side looking SW, emergency water pipeline during water shortageC Dallison01/2005Gallery1Gallery2
CD055419891989: Bridge End Industrial Estate entrance looking NC Dallison08/1989Gallery1
CD055519891989: Anick Grange Road, Egger signageC Dallison08/1989Gallery1
CD055619791979: Bridge End House (former brewery) looking E from Rotary WayC Dallison02/1979Gallery1
CD055719931993: Foundry Industrial Estate looking NW, aerial shot of Davison/Tyne Metal worksC Dallison07/1993Gallery1
CD055819501950s: Foundry Industrial Estate looking SW, aerial shot of Hexham Bridge and Davison/Tyne Metal worksUnknown photographer: poss RAFGallery1
CD055919911991: Broadgates warehouses looking EC Dallison06/1991Gallery1
CD056019911991: Broadgates warehouses looking SC Dallison06/1991Gallery1
CD056119921992: Rear of No 11 Cattle Market (TSB Building) looking N from behind Broadgates, rear of Jubilee Buildings on leftC Dallison08/1992Gallery1
CD056219941994: Ropery nick looking EC Dallison03/1994Gallery1
CD056319941994: Broadgates looking E, nick to N of roperyC Dallison03/1994Gallery1
CD056419931993: Broadgates W side, No 2/3 The Potting Shed (closed 2019)C Dallison10/1993Gallery1
CD056519921992: Broadgates looking S, new houses on Vine TerraceC Dallison08/1992Gallery1
CD056619961996: Broadgates looking SW from Commercial Place, NE corner of old ChapelC DallisonBroadgates Chapel 09/1996Gallery1
CD056719791979: Broadgates looking NE, Broadgates HouseC DallisonBroadgates Chapel 03/1979Gallery1
CD056819911991: Broadgates looking S, Broadgates House, Robinson & Cowell carpets and beddingC DallisonBroadgates Chapel 06/1991Gallery1
CD056919601960s: Broadgates Chapel S sideUnknown photographerGallery1
CD057019911991: Broadgates looking NE, Broadgates HouseC DallisonBroadgates Chapel 08/1991Gallery1
CD05711900c1900: Broadgates looking E, Ropery Nick to N of ropery, Broadgates Chapel, horse drawn carts labelled HexhamG TrayhurnGallery1Gallery2
CD057219601960s: Broadgates Chapel N sideUnknown photographerGallery1
CD057320042004: West Road, looking N, garden behind Broadway House cleared for Bowman Drive developmentC Dallison03/2004Gallery1
CD057420042004: West Road, looking N Broadway House gardenC Dallison03/2004Gallery1
CD057520042004: West Road, looking E across Broadway House garden to Park AvenueC Dallison03/2004Gallery1
CD057620042004: West Road looking N, Broadway House warehouses during demolitionC Dallison03/2004Gallery1
CD057720042004: West Road, looking S from rear of Broadway HouseC Dallison03/2004Gallery1
CD05781920c1920: St Andrew's School, Burncroft, Hexham Northumberland, near St Cuthbert's Lane (Sepia version of PC0222)Old postcardGallery1
CD057920022002: Burncroft (private street) at S end of St Cuthbert's Terrace looking SE, Burncroft House formerly St Andrew's schoolC Dallison03/2002Gallery1
CD058020042004: West Road, Broadway Garage (vacant) looking N from junction with Leazes LaneC Dallison03/2004Gallery1
CD058119941994: Burn Lane looking N, Nos 4-6C Dallison05/1994Gallery1
CD058219791979: Burn Lane looking S, gas holderC Dallison06/1979Gallery1
CD058319821982: Burn Lane looking E from Eilansgate, gas holderC Dallison03/1982Gallery1
CD058419871987: Burn Lane looking NE from Haugh Lane, gas holderC Dallison04/1987Gallery1
CD058519871987: Burn Lane, gas holder detailC Dallison04/1987Gallery1
CD058619871987: Burn Lane, gas holder detailC Dallison04/1987Gallery1
CD058719871987: Burn Lane, gas holder detailC Dallison04/1987Gallery1
CD058819901990: Burn Lane, gas holder detailC Dallison05/1990Gallery1
CD058919901990: Burn Lane looking NE from near bottom of Gilesgate, gas holder, Burrough car showroomsC Dallison07/1990Gallery1
CD059019901990: Burn Lane looking NE from near bottom of Gilesgate, gas holder, Burrough car showroomsC Dallison07/1990Gallery1
CD059119901990: Burn Lane looking NE from near bottom of Gilesgate, demolition starting on gas holder, Burrough car showroomsC Dallison11/1990Gallery1
CD059219901990: Burn Lane, gas holder from Haugh Lane under demolitionC Dallison11/1990Gallery1
CD059319901990: Eilansgate looking E, gas holder under demolitionC Dallison11/1990Gallery1
CD059419911991: Burn Lane looking NE from Haugh Lane, gas holder under demolitionC Dallison02/1991Gallery1
CD05951980c1980: Burn Lane looking N from Haugh Lane, gas holder, Dale GarageUnknown photographerGallery1
CD059619901990: Burn Lane looking NE from top of Holy Island House Gilesgate, gas holderC Dallison08/1990Gallery1
CD059720042004: Burn Lane/Tyne Green Road looking SE, construction of new houses on Wordsworth CloseC Dallison09/2004Gallery1Gallery2
CD059820042004: Burn Lane looking NW, construction of Hexham Business ParkC Dallison03/2004Gallery1
CD059920032003: Burn Lane looking W, site of old feed mill, Ridley and Hebbron Terraces in distanceC Dallison05/2003Gallery1
CD060020012001: Burn Lane looking SW, West Cumberland Farmers feed millC Dallison11/2001Gallery1
CD060120012001: Burn Lane looking NW, West Cumberland Farmers feed millC Dallison11/2001Gallery1
CD060220012001: Burn Lane looking NW, West Cumberland Farmers feed millC Dallison11/2001Gallery1
CD060320012001: Burn Lane looking SW, West Cumberland Farmers feed mill for saleC Dallison11/2001Gallery1
CD060419921992: Burn Lane looking NW, AF Northern depot (old West Cumbria Farmers feed mill)C Dallison07/1992Gallery1
CD060519921992: Burn Lane looking SW, AF Northern depot (old West Cumbria Farmers feed mill)C Dallison07/1992Gallery1
CD060620042004: Haugh Lane industrial estate looking S, St Matthew's House, Aldi in backgroundC Dallison09/2004Gallery1
CD060720042004: Burn Lane looking W at rear of old tannery (now the Mill) on Tyne Green Road, Hexham Business Park,C DallisonLeather 09/2004Gallery1Gallery2
CD060820042004: Burn Lane looking W, Hexham Business Park under constructionC Dallison09/2004Gallery1
CD060920042004: Burn Lane looking NW, Hexham Business Park under constructionC Dallison03/2004Gallery1
CD061019781978: Burn Lane, old Mart building prior to demolitionC Dallison01/1978Gallery1
CD061119921992: Burn Lane looking NW from S end, former gasworks buildingC Dallison07/1992Gallery1
CD061220002000: Burswell Villas (off Leazes Lane) looking NE, Glenrothes and RoseneathC Dallison04/2000Gallery1
CD061420002000: Bywell Avenue looking NW, Nos 15-16, then Ratcliffe Road (after car)C DallisonHudshaw 09/2000Gallery1
CD061518601860s: Cattle Market looking E to Priestpopple. The light coloured building with chimney on the left is at the top of Fore Street, replaced in 1896 by the Midland Bank. The light bay-fronted building on the right was replaced by the Jubilee Buildings in 1887Unknown photographerGallery1
CD061619961996: Cattle Market looking E from Excelsior Buildings on Battle Hill into Priestpopple, Battle Hill No 1a vacant, No 1 Pattison Photography; Cattle Market No 2 GA Property, No 4 cafe; bank at S end of Fore StreetC Dallison07/1996Gallery1
CD061719961996: Cattle Market looking E from Excelsior Buildings on Battle Hill towards PriestpoppleC Dallison02/1996Gallery1
CD061820052005: Priestpopple N side looking E from Fore StreetC Dallison07/2005Gallery1
CD061919921992: Cattle Market looking E from Battle Hill towards Priestpopple, Battle Hill No 1 Pattison Photography; Cattle Market No 2 GA Property, No 4 cafe; bank at S end of Fore Street, junction with Eastgate on rightC Dallison12/1992Gallery1
CD06211930c1930: Hexham, Priestpopple from Battle Hill. Looking E from Battle Hill to Cattle Market & Priestpopple, Battle Hill No 1 Old Grey Bull Hotel pub; Cattle Market No 2 unknown (Verraes tea rooms?), No 4 Cafe, bank at junction with Fore Street on leftOld postcardGallery1Gallery2
CD06221900c1900: Cattle Market looking W from Priestpopple towards Battle Hill, bank at S end of Fore Street at middle-rightUnknown photographerGallery1
CD062319771977: Cattle Market looking E from Battle HillC Dallison06/1977Gallery1
CD062519961996: Battle Hill N side, No 1 Pattinson PhotographyC Dallison08/1996Gallery1
CD062619901990: Cattle Market N side, No 2 GA Property Services, Battle Hill No 1 Old Grey Bull pub following closureC Dallison09/1990Gallery1Gallery2
CD062719911991: Battle Hill N side looking NE from junction with St Mary's Chare, No 1A Cruddas Estate Agents, No 1 Pattinson Photography, Cattle Market No 2 GA Property ServicesC Dallison04/1991Gallery1
CD062819961996: Battle Hill N side, No 1 Pattison Photography, No 1A vacantC Dallison08/1996Gallery1
CD062919901990: St Mary's Chare looking NE from junction with Battle Hill, corner of Battle Hill No 1C Dallison09/1990Gallery1
CD063019911991: Cattle Market looking N, No 2 GA Property ServicesC Dallison06/1991Gallery1
CD06311920c1920: Cattle Market, No 2 advert for M Verraes, confectioner and tea roomsUnknown photographerGallery1Gallery2
CD063219861986: Cattle Market N side looking N into Fore Street, No 4 The Shire Gate RestaurantC Dallison08/1986Gallery1
CD063319821982: Cattle Market N side looking N, No 4 The Shire Gate RestaurantC Dallison07/1982Gallery1
CD063419791979: Cattle Market N side looking N into Fore Street, No 4 Spinning Wheel CafeC Dallison02/1979Gallery1
CD063519871987: Cattle Market N side looking N from Eastgate, No 4 The Shire Gate RestaurantC Dallison04/1987Gallery1
CD063619961996: Cattle Market N side looking NW, No 4 The Shire Gate Restaurant, No 2 Dudley Charlton Estate Agent, Battle Hill No 1 Old Grey Bull pub, with Hare's on Fore StreetC Dallison08/1996Gallery1Gallery2
CD063719041904: Battle Hill S side at Eastgate junction, Lord Methuen's procession leaving after unveiling of Benson statue. Eastgate No 1 Thompson confectioner, Cattle Market Post Office, Criterion InnUnknown photographerTap & SpileGallery1Gallery2
CD06381863Pre-1863: Battle Hill S side at Eastgate junction, painting with Beehive Inn on rightUnknown artistTap & SpileGallery1Gallery2
CD063919601960s: Fore Street S end looking NW from Cattle Market, Midland BankJE HedleyGallery1
CD06401896Pre-1896: Fore Street S end looking NE from Cattle Market, site subsquently occupied by a bank, archway just visible on leftUnknown photographerGallery1
CD064119861986: Fore Street S end looking NW from Cattle Market, Midland BankC Dallison08/1986Gallery1
CD064219791979: Fore Street S end looking NW from Cattle Market, Midland BankL DaviesGallery1
CD064319821982: Fore Street S end looking NW from Cattle Market, Midland Bank, No 45 Hare of HexhamC Dallison08/1982Gallery1
CD064419621962: Fore Street S end looking NE from Cattle Market, Midland Bank, other banks on Priestpopple on rightM HutchinsonGallery1
CD064519931993: Fore Street S end looking NE from Cattle Market, Midland Bank, other banks on Priestpopple on rightC Dallison01/1993Gallery1
CD06461896Pre-1896: Fore Street S end looking NE from Cattle Market, site subsequently occupied by a bank, detail of CD0640/HL1007G TrayhurnGallery1
CD064819701970s: Fore Street S end looking NE from Cattle Market, Midland Bank, Robbs extension in backgroundM CharltonGallery1
CD064919791979: Battle Hill looking SE at Eastgate junction, Eastgate No 1 Criterion pub, Battle Hill No 2 T Murray fishmongerC DallisonTap & Spile 06/1979Gallery1Gallery2
CD065019911991: Eastgate and Battle Hill junction S side looking SE, Eastgate No 1 Tap & Spile pubC Dallison06/1991Gallery1
CD065119791979: Cattle Market S side, No 1 W Pattinson dispensing chemistC Dallison03/1979Gallery1
CD065219791979: Cattle Market S side, No 1 W Pattinson dispensing chemistL Davies04/1979Gallery1
CD065319781978: Cattle Market S side at Eastgate junction, No 1 W Pattinson chemist, No 3 E Robson butchersC Dallison09/1978Gallery1
CD06541880c1880: Staff of J Guthrie Painter & Glazier, Battle Hill No 26Unknown photographerGallery1
CD065519911991: Cattle Market S side, No 5 Northern Rock Building SocietyC Dallison06/1991Gallery1
CD06561925c1925: Cattle Market S side, No 5 National Provincial Bank, No 7 Benefit shoe shopUnknown photographerGallery1
CD06571925Pre-1925: Cattle Market S side, No 7 Public Benefit Boot Company Ltd, No 5 The Hexham Motor Co, London & Newcastle TeaUnknown photographerGallery1
CD065819581958: Cattle Market S side, No 5 National Provincial Bank, No 3 Edward Robson butcherUnknown photographerGallery1
CD065919981998: Cattle Market S side (Jubilee Buildings), No 7 Thompson & Huddleston butcher, No 9 Britannia Building Society,C Dallison05/1998Gallery1
CD066020032003: Cattle Market S side, Jubilee Buildings date detailC Dallison07/2003Gallery1
CD066119941994: Cattle Market S side looking N through cut between No 7 and No 9C Dallison03/1994Gallery1
CD066219961996: Cattle Market S side (Jubilee Buildings), No 7 Thompson & Huddleston butcher, No 9 Britannia Building SocietyC Dallison08/1996Gallery1
CD066319791979: Cattle Market S side (Jubilee Buildings), No 7 Freeman Hardy Willis shoe shop, No 9 Britannia Building SocietyC Dallison03/1979Gallery1
CD066419931993: Cattle Market S side, No 7 Thompson & Huddleston butcherC Dallison03/1993Gallery1
CD066519891989: Cattle Market S side (Jubilee Buildings), No 9 Britannia Building Society, No 7 Thompson & Huddleston Ltd butcherC Dallison07/1989Gallery1
CD066618961896: Cattle Market S side No 7 (Jubillee Building) J Young grocer & baker, staff standing in doorwayOriginal owned by M CharltonGallery1
CD066719951995: Cattle Market S side, Jubilee Buildings decorative detailC Dallison07/1995Gallery1
CD066919941994: Cattle Market rear of S side looking N, rear of No 7, Nos 1-5 Jubilee Buildings on rightC Dallison03/1994Gallery1
CD067019921992: Roofscape view over Jubilee Buildings, Cattle Market S side, looking SE from roof of Midland/HSBC BankC Dallison04/1992Gallery1
CD067119821982: Cattle Market S side, No 13 Nichol & Laidlow baker and floristC Dallison04/1982Gallery1
CD06721970c1970: Priestpopple S side, No 1/7 Moores superstoreUnknown photographerGallery1
CD067319911991: Cattle Market S side looking SW at junction with Broadgates, No 13 Nichol & Laidlow cafeC Dallison08/1991Gallery1
CD06741890c1890: Cattle Market S side, No 13 White & Son confectioner and caterer with restaurant upstairsG TrayhurnGallery1
CD06751920c1920: Cattle Market S side, No 13 R&R Phipps ironmongerUnknown photographerGallery1
CD06761890c1890: Cattle Market S side, No 13 White & Son confectioner and caterer with restaurant upstairsG TrayhurnGallery1
CD067720032003: Cattle Market S side, No 11 Trustee Savings Bank building, Coral BettingC Dallison07/2003Gallery1
CD067819941994: Cattle Market S side, No 11 Trustee Savings Bank building detail of stepsC Dallison03/1994Gallery1
CD067919821982: Cattle Market S side, No 11 Trustee Savings Bank buildingC Dallison04/1982Gallery1
CD068019791979: Cattle Market S side, No 11 Trustee Savings Bank buildingC Dallison06/1979Gallery1
CD068119311931: Cattle Market S side, No 11 Trustee Savings Bank building, drawing from bookletUnknown artistGallery1
CD068219891989: Cattle Market S side, No 11 Trustee Savings Bank buildingC Dallison07/1989Gallery1
CD068319961996: Causey Hill Road looking N from junction with Causey ParkC Dallison10/1996Gallery1
CD068419961996: Causey Hill Road looking N from junction with Causey ParkC Dallison05/1996Gallery1
CD068519951995: Causey Hill Road E side looking SE, sign for Nursery Grange development, Belle-VueC Dallison10/1995Gallery1
CD068619951995: Causey Hill Road E side looking S, sign for Ash Tree Ridge development (renamed Nursery Grange), Belle-Vue behindC Dallison07/1995Gallery1
CD068719941994: Causey Hill Road E side looking NE, Ash Tree Ridge development (renamed Nursery Grange)C Dallison06/1994Gallery1
CD068819931993: Causey Hill Road E side looking E, Ash Tree Ridge development (renamed Nursery Grange), houses on St Matthew's Road in bacngroundC Dallison05/1993Gallery1
CD068919941994: Causey Hill Road E side looking S, Belle-VueC Dallison06/1994Gallery1
CD069019951995: Causey Hill Road E side looking E, Nursery GrangeC Dallison11/1995Gallery1
CD069119981998: Causey Hill Road E side looking E, The OaksC Dallison05/1998Gallery1
CD069219941994: Causey Hill Road E side looking E, The OaksC Dallison06/1994Gallery1
CD069320022002: Causey Hill Road W side, UnderwoodC Dallison01/2002Gallery1
CD069419981998: Causey Hill Way, The Mount E elevationC Dallison05/1998Gallery1
CD069519931993: Causey Hill Road W side looking NW, Hassall Homes sign for Bishopton Way developmentC Dallison05/1993Gallery1
CD069620072007: Chareway looking W from Tyne Green Road during renovation projectC Dallison09/2007Gallery1
CD069719931993: Causey Hill Road W side, Bishopton Way, area designated for primary school but then used for homesC Dallison05/1993Gallery1
CD069819941994: Causey Hill Road W side looking NW at junction with Bishopton Way, sign for The Chase developmentC Dallison06/1994Gallery1
CD069919941994: Causey Hill Road W side looking W, The ChaseC Dallison11/1994Gallery1
CD070019941994: Causey Hill Road W side looking SW, The ChaseC Dallison09/1994Gallery1
CD070119951995: Campey Hill graveyard, Ridley family memorialC DallisonAbbey 06/1995Gallery1
CD070219871987: Church Row looking N from Abbey Flags, corner of No 19 Market PlaceC Dallison01/1987Gallery1
CD070319911991: Church Row looking N from Campy Hill graveyardC Dallison07/1991Gallery1
CD070419861986: Church Row looking N from Abbey FlagsC Dallison12/1986Gallery1
CD070519841984: Church Row and eastern end of Abbey looking E to rear of Nos 20-19 Market PlaceC Dallison10/1984Gallery1
CD070619891989: Church Row looking E rear of No 20 Market Place C Armstrong printerC Dallison07/1989Gallery1
CD070719791979: Church Row looking NW from Abbey FlagsL Davies03/1979Gallery1
CD070819791979: Church Row looking NE, back of No 24 Market StreetC Dallison06/1979Gallery1
CD070920032003: Church Row looking NE, back of No 22 Market StreetC Dallison01/2003Gallery1
CD071019781978: Church Row looking EC Dallison06/1978Gallery1
CD071119911991: Market Place, doorway at rear of No 19 The Rowan Tree Tea Rooms & RestaurantC Dallison07/1991Gallery1
CD071220042004: Church Row looking NW, top of St Wilfrid's GateC Dallison11/2004Gallery1
CD071320032003: Church Row looking NE, back of No 22 Market StreetC Dallison03/2003Gallery1
CD071419921992: Church Row and beyond looking N from Abbey towerC DallisonAbbey Roof 04/1992Gallery1
CD071519781978: Church Row and N side of Market Place looking NE from Abbey tower, rear of No 20 C Armstrong PrinterC Dallison10/1978Gallery1
CD071619781978: Roofscape looking NE from Abbey tower, Church Row in foreground, Robsons nurseries in distanceC DallisonAbbey Roof 10/1978Gallery1
CD071719921992: Church Row and beyond looking N from Abbey towerC DallisonAbbey Roof 04/1992Gallery1
CD071819871987: Roofscape looking N from Abbey tower, Church Row and Market Street, Haugh Lane Industrial Estate beyondC DallisonAbbey Roof 04/1987Gallery1
CD071919941994: Church Row looking NE from Abbey tower, cold store/emergency government bunker behindC DallisonAbbey Roof 09/1994Gallery1
CD072019921992: Roofscape looking NE from Abbey tower, Church Row to Pudding Mews and Tynedale Retail ParkC DallisonAbbey Roof 08/1992Gallery1Gallery2
CD072119781978: Roofscape looking NE from Abbey roof, Church Row and Market Street, Haugh Lane Industrial EstateC Dallison10/1978Gallery1
CD072219921992: Roofscape looking NE from Abbey tower, Church Row to Pudding Mews and Tynedale Retail ParkC DallisonAbbey Roof 08/1992Gallery1
CD072319871987: Church Row and W end of Market Street looking NE from Abbey tower, buildings prior to Pudding Mews on Back Row, Robson's nurseries beyondC DallisonAbbey Roof 04/1987Gallery1
CD072419831983: Circle Place (NE off Gilesgate) looking SWC Dallison04/1983Gallery1
CD072519931993: Circle Place (NE off Gilesgate) looking SWC Dallison11/1993Gallery1
CD072619961996: Cockshaw Burn looking SW, after landscaping, rears of Nos 5-8 Shaftoe CrescentC Dallison05/1996Gallery1
CD072719891989: Cockshaw Burn looking N along Tanners Row, rear of Holy Island, gas holder on Burn Lane just visibleC Dallison08/1989Gallery1Gallery2
CD072820052005: Cockshaw Burn looking N from Tanners Row, flood relief scheme pipingC Dallison06/2005Gallery1
CD072920052005: Cockshaw Burn looking SW from Cockshaw opposite Cockshaw Court, flood relief scheme piping, Nos 13-14 Ordley TerraceC Dallison06/2005Gallery1Gallery2
CD073020052005: Cockshaw Burn to rear of Holy Island looking S along Tanners Row, flood relief scheme pipingC Dallison06/2005Gallery1
CD073120052005: Cockshaw Burn to rear of Holy Island looking S from Tanners Row, flood relief scheme pipingC Dallison06/2005Gallery1
CD073220052005: Cockshaw Burn poster detailing flood prevention schemeC Dallison07/2005Gallery1
CD073320052005: Cockshaw Burn looking SW up Cockshaw, flood prevention scheme piping, Nos 13-16 Ordley TerraceC Dallison07/2005Gallery1Gallery2
CD073420062006: Cockshaw Burn looking S, flood prevention scheme pipingC Dallison01/2006Gallery1
CD073520062006: Cockshaw Burn looking NE from Cockshaw, flood prevention scheme piping, No 5 Cockshaw Terrace on left, Wilkinson Place centre rightC Dallison01/2006Gallery1Gallery2
CD073620062006: Cockshaw Burn, newly-engraved wording on wall paving to side of burnC Dallison06/2006Gallery1Gallery2
CD073720062006: Cockshaw Burn, newly-engraved wording on wall paving to side of burnC Dallison06/2006Gallery1Gallery2
CD073820062006: Cockshaw Burn, cryptic symbol on new wall beside burnC Dallison06/2006Gallery1Gallery2
CD073920062006: Cockshaw Burn, cryptic symbol on new wall beside burnC Dallison06/2006Gallery1Gallery2
CD074020062006: Cockshaw Burn, plaque with quotation from Heraclitus on burnside bedC Dallison06/2006Gallery1Gallery2
CD074120062006: Cockshaw Burn, cryptic symbol on new wall beside burnC Dallison06/2006Gallery1Gallery2
CD074220062006: Cockshaw Burn looking S, newly-landscaped burn bedC Dallison06/2006Gallery1
CD074320052005: Cockshaw Burn looking NW from Tanners Row at rear of Holy Island, flood prevention scheme constructionC Dallison10/2005Gallery1
CD074420052005: Cockshaw Burn looking SW from rear of Holy Island to Tanners Row, flood prevention scheme constructionC Dallison10/2005Gallery1
CD074520052005: Cockshaw Burn looking NW, flood prevention scheme constructionC Dallison10/2005Gallery1
CD074620052005: Cockshaw Burn looking NW, flood prevention scheme construction installation of branch catcher at rear of Holy IslandC Dallison10/2005Gallery1
CD074720072007: Cockshaw Burn, totem pole sculptures installed as part of flood compensationC Dallison11/2007Gallery1
CD074820072007: Cockshaw Burn, improved access pathways installed as part of flood compensationC Dallison11/2007Gallery1
CD074920082008: Cockshaw Burn in spate looking S towards bridge near Ordley TerraceC Dallison08/2008Gallery1
CD075020082008: Cockshaw Burn in spate at Holy Island showing branch catcherC Dallison08/2008Gallery1
CD075120082008: Cockshaw Burn in spate at rear of Holy Island showing branch catcherC Dallison08/2008Gallery1
CD075220082008: Cockshaw Burn at rear of Holy Island with ducksC Dallison08/2008Gallery1
CD075320082008: Cockshaw Burn at rear of Holy Island showing sluice gateC Dallison08/2008Gallery1
CD075419781978: Cockshaw looking NE, Cockshaw Terrace during demolition (site of present-day Nos 3-7), Wilkinson PlaceC Dallison01/1978Gallery1
CD075520082008: Cockshaw Burn at rear of Holy Island with duckC Dallison08/2008Gallery1
CD075619721972: Cockshaw looking N across burn, Cockshaw Terrace being demolished (site of present-day Nos 3-7)C Dallison11/1972Gallery1
CD075719761976: Rear of Cockshaw Court before demolitionB Denness03/1976Gallery1
CD075819761976: Cockshaw Terrace during demolition looking NE, site of present-day Nos 3-7B Denness03/1976Gallery1
CD07591971c1971: Tanners Row (off Cockshaw) looking E, Wilkinson Place before demolition of building on Glovers PlaceUnknown photographerGallery1
CD076019921992: Glovers Place looking W to Wilkinson Place and CockshawTerraceC Dallison02/1992Gallery1
CD076119921992: Tanners Row (off Cockshaw) looking E, Wilkinson PlaceC Dallison02/1992Gallery1
CD076219931993: Tanners Row (off Cockshaw) looking E, Wilkinson PlaceC Dallison07/1993Gallery1
CD076319801980s: Cockshaw looking E along Albion Terrace on right towards Wilkinson PlaceG TrayhurnGallery1
CD076419811981: Cockshaw looking W from Glovers Place across bridge over Cockshaw Burn, Nos 3-7 Cockshaw TerraceC Dallison04/1981Gallery1
CD076519861986: Cockshaw looking NE across burn, entrance to Gibson Place, Nos 7-3 Cockshaw TerraceC Dallison08/1986Gallery1
CD076619891989: Cockshaw Court looking NWC Dallison08/1989Gallery1
CD076719791979: Cockshaw looking NW, Nos 3-7 Cockshaw TerraceL Davies03/1979Gallery1
CD076819791979: Cockshaw looking NE, Nos 3-7 Cockshaw Terrace on left, entrance to Gibson Place with stone glinters (wheel-guards), Wilkinson Place centre rightC Dallison05/1979Gallery1
CD076919951995: Tyne Green Road (closed) looking N from Gilesgate, rebuilding Cockshaw and Halgut culvertsC DallisonCockshaw Burn 10/1995Gallery1
CD077019951995: Tyne Green Road looking S to Garland Place, rebuilding Cockshaw and Halgut culvertsC DallisonCockshaw Burn 10/1995Gallery1
CD077119951995: Tyne Green Road looking S to Garland Place, rebuilding Cockshaw and Halgut culvertsC DallisonCockshaw Burn 10/1995Gallery1
CD077219951995: Tyne Green Road looking S, rebuilding Cockshaw and Halgut culvertsC DallisonCockshaw Burn 10/1995Gallery1
CD077319951995: Tyne Green Road looking NE from Haugh Lane, rebuilding Cockshaw and Halgut culvertsC DallisonCockshaw Burn 10/1995Gallery1
CD077419961996: Tyne Green Road, Ridley Terrace looking N, removal of old double culvert for Cockshaw BurnC Dallison10/1996Gallery1
CD077519961996: Tyne Green Road, Ridley Terrace looking N, new culvert for Cockshaw BurnC Dallison11/1996Gallery1
CD077619961996: Tyne Green Road, Ridley Terrace looking N, new culvert for Cockshaw BurnC Dallison11/1996Gallery1
CD077719821982: Cockshaw looking N, No 10 former Roman Catholic priest's houseC Dallison03/1982Gallery1
CD077819791979: Cockshaw looking N, No 10 former Roman Catholic priest's houseC Dallison02/1979Gallery1
CD077919821982: Cockshaw looking NW, No 10 former Roman Catholic priest's houseC Dallison03/1982Gallery1
CD078019911991: Cockshaw looking NW, No 10 Catholic priest's house window detailC Dallison09/1991Gallery1
CD078119891989: Cockshaw looking SW across Cockshaw Burn to Ordley Terrace on left, No 10 former Roman Catholic priests house & entrance to Cockshaw Court on rightC Dallison08/1989Gallery1
CD078219971997: Cockshaw looking N, No 9C Dallison10/1997Gallery1
CD078319981998: Cockshaw looking NW, No 9C Dallison06/1998Gallery1
CD078419931993: Cockshaw looking W from Glovers Place across Cockshaw Terrace to Windmill HillC Dallison03/1993Gallery1
CD078519981998: Cockshaw looking NW, No 12 Cockshaw HouseC Dallison06/1998Gallery1
CD078720012001: Cockshaw, refurbishment notice on Sele View HouseC Dallison10/2001Gallery1
CD078819801980: Cockshaw looking N, Sele View HouseG Trayhurn10/1980Gallery1
CD078919961996: Cockshaw looking NW, Nos 5-1 Dunwoodie TerraceC Dallison07/1996Gallery1
CD079019661966: Cockshaw Roman Catholic chapel building detailD StokoeCockshaw RC ChapelGallery1
CD079119811981: Cockshaw looking S from what is now Cockshaw Court, Newman's builders with petrol pumps, former RC chapelC DallisonCockshaw RC Chapel 04/1981Gallery1Gallery2
CD079219881988: Cockshaw Roman Catholic chapel building interiorC AtkinsonCockshaw RC Chapel 07/1988Gallery1
CD079319881988: Cockshaw Roman Catholic chapel building interiorC AtkinsonCockshaw RC Chapel 07/1988Gallery1
CD079419881988: Cockshaw Roman Catholic chapel building interiorC AtkinsonCockshaw RC Chapel 07/1988Gallery1
CD07951970c1970: Looking S from what is now Cockshaw Court, former Cockshaw Roman Catholic chapel buildingUnknown photographerCockshaw RC ChapelGallery1Gallery2
CD07961970c1970: Cockshaw Court looking N, former Cockshaw Roman Catholic chapel building, conversion of ground floorUnknown photographerCockshaw RC ChapelGallery1Gallery2
CD079719921992: Cockshaw Court looking N, former Cockshaw Roman Catholic chapel building converted into flatsC DallisonCockshaw RC Chapel 07/1992Gallery1Gallery2
CD079920062006: Corbridge Road looking N, Sunningdale residential home S elevationC Dallison11/2006Gallery1
CD080019971997: Corbridge Road looking N, Sunningdale residential home sheltered housing units, S elevationC Dallison10/1997Gallery1
CD080119981998: Dean Street N side, Halliwell Dene sheltered housing under constructionC Dallison07/1998Gallery1
CD080220032003: Corbridge Road N side looking W, new planting at junction with Dean StreetC Dallison06/2003Gallery1
CD080319941994: Corbridge Road S side, NCH sign for MonksfieldC Dallison02/1994Gallery1
CD080419941994: Corbridge Road S side looking S, Action for Children residential care homeC Dallison02/1994Gallery1
CD080519841984: Corbridge Road N side, Torch Centre under constructionC Dallison10/1984Gallery1
CD080619911991: Corbridge Road S side looking SE, Woodlands sub-Post Office and shopC Dallison10/1991Gallery1
CD080720032003: Corbridge Road S side looking S, Woodlands sub-Post Office and shop after conversion to residential, gable end of Monk's HouseC Dallison06/2003Gallery1
CD080819931993: Corbridge Road S side looking E from Kitty Frisk Drive, old Corbridge RoadC Dallison10/1993Gallery1
CD080920062006: Corbridge Road S side looking SE, horse chestnuts in full bloomC Dallison06/2006Gallery1
CD081020062006: Corbridge Road S side looking E, horse chestnuts in full bloomC Dallison06/2006Gallery1
CD081120062006: Corbridge Road S side, new play equipment at Dene ParkC Dallison11/2006Gallery1
CD081220092009: Corbridge Road S side, notice for new play equipment at Dene ParkC Dallison07/2009Gallery1
CD081319931993: Corbridge Road S side looking S, Priory Special School extension under constructionC Dallison05/1993Gallery1
CD081420092009: Priory Special School under construction, builder's noticesC Dallison07/2009Gallery1
CD081519911991: Corbridge Road S side, Priory Special SchoolC Dallison10/1991Gallery1
CD081619911991: Corbridge Road S side, Priory Special SchoolC Dallison10/1991Gallery1
CD081720092009: Corbridge Road S side looking S, new Priory Special School under constructionC Dallison07/2009Gallery1
CD081820092009: New Priory Special School residential blockC Dallison07/2009Gallery1
CD081920092009: Corbridge Road S side, new Priory Special School under constructionC Dallison07/2009Gallery1
CD082019921992: Hexham General Hospital entrance signC Dallison09/1992Gallery1
CD082119921992: Hexham General Hospital entrance signC Dallison09/1992Gallery1
CD082219921992: Hexham General Hospital internal signage for Coronary Care unitC Dallison09/1992Gallery1
CD082319921992: Hexham General Hospital general view looking N from Maiden's WalkC Dallison09/1992Gallery1
CD082419921992: Hexham General Hospital entranceC Dallison09/1992Gallery1
CD082519921992: Hexham General Hospital Physiotherapy UnitC Dallison09/1992Gallery1
CD082619921992: Hexham General Hospital sign at entrance to Maternity UnitC Dallison09/1992Gallery1
CD082719921992: Hexham General Hospital entrance to Maternity UnitC Dallison09/1992Gallery1
CD082819931993: Hexham General Hospital WRVS canteen, formerly the chapelC Dallison05/1993Gallery1
CD082919931993: Hexham General Hospital WRVS canteen, formerly the chapelC Dallison05/1993Gallery1
CD083019921992: Hexham General Hospital corridor for Wards 5-9C Dallison09/1992Gallery1
CD083119921992: Hexham General Hospital corridor for Wards 12-15C Dallison09/1992Gallery1
CD083219921992: Hexham General Hospital corridor to JB Kyle Ward 15C Dallison09/1992Gallery1
CD083319931993: Hexham General Hospital montage wall decoration by Helen Swanson in Care of the Elderly Day HospitalC Dallison05/1993Gallery1
CD083419931993: Hexham General Hospital trompe l'oeil wall painting by Claire Bruce, zebra/penguins, from rightC Dallison05/1993Gallery1
CD083519931993: Hexham General Hospital trompe l'oeil wall painting by Claire Bruce, zebra/penguins, from leftC Dallison05/1993Gallery1
CD083619921992: Hexham General Hospital stained glass window at entrance made by 7 High School studentsC Dallison09/1992Gallery1
CD083720072007: Maiden's Walk looking NW, Acomb Court Care home developmentC Dallison07/2007Gallery1Gallery2
CD083820052005: Hexham General Hospital first phase, looking S from Corbridge RoadC Dallison04/2005Gallery1
CD083920042004: Hexham General Hospital from car park looking S from Corbridge RoadC Dallison08/2004Gallery1
CD084020062006: Hexham General Hospital looking N, car parks under constructionC Dallison10/2006Gallery1
CD084120072007: Hexham General Hospital under construction looking N from Maiden's WalkC Dallison10/2007Gallery1
CD084220082008: Hexham General Hospital snowdrop gardenC Dallison02/2008Gallery1
CD084320082008: Hexham General Hospital snowdrop gardenC Dallison02/2008Gallery1
CD084420012001: Hexham General Hospital under construction looking NW from Maiden's WalkC Dallison10/2001Gallery1
CD084520012001: Hexham General Hospital under construction looking NE from Maiden's WalkC Dallison10/2001Gallery1
CD084620012001: Hexham General Hospital under construction looking NW from Maiden's WalkC Dallison10/2001Gallery1
CD084720012001: Hexham General Hospital under construction looking S from Corbridge RoadC Dallison10/2001Gallery1
CD084820012001: Hexham General Hospital under construction, builder's sign boardC Dallison08/2001Gallery1
CD084920012001: Hexham General Hospital under construction looking NW from Maiden's WalkC Dallison12/2001Gallery1
CD085020032003: Hexham General Hospital under construction looking N from Maiden's WalkC Dallison03/2003Gallery1
CD085120032003: Hexham General Hospital looking SW from Loosing Hill/Priestpopple roundaboutC Dallison07/2003Gallery1
CD085220042004: Hexham General Hospital Primary Care unit looking S from Corbridge RoadC Dallison08/2004Gallery1
CD085320082008: Hexham General Hospital main entranceC Dallison08/2008Gallery1
CD085420082008: Hexham General Hospital central linking corridorC Dallison08/2008Gallery1
CD085520082008: Hexham General Hospital central linking corridor and eastern blockC Dallison08/2008Gallery1
CD085620082008: Hexham General Hospital 2002 foundation stoneC Dallison08/2008Gallery1
CD085720082008: Hexham General Hospital 2006 phase 3 foundation stoneC Dallison08/2008Gallery1
CD085920082008: Hexham General Hospital smoke free area noticeC Dallison08/2008Gallery1
CD086020082008: Hexham General Hospital volunteer cafe advertising A-boardC Dallison08/2008Gallery1
CD086120082008: Corbridge Road, Hexham General Hospital Primary Care unit, signs for the two GP surgeriesC Dallison08/2008Gallery1
CD086219791979: Hexham Auction Mart building looking E from junction of Corbridge Road and Maiden's WalkC Dallison06/1979Gallery1
CD086319921992: Hexham Auction Mart, Holden Agricultural ChemC Dallison07/1992Gallery1
CD086418891889: Hexham Auction Mart front of 1889 sale catalogueArmstrong's PrintersGallery1
CD086519981998: Corbridge Road, Hexham Auction Mart site acquiring site for new Hexham General HospitalC DallisonDevelopers Signs 12/1998Gallery1
CD086619961996: Hexham Auction Mart during demolition looking SE from junction of Corbridge Road and Maiden's WalkC Dallison05/1996Gallery1
CD086719961996: Hexham Auction Mart during demolition looking WC Dallison05/1996Gallery1
CD086819961996: Hexham Auction Mart during demolition looking WC Dallison05/1996Gallery1
CD086919961996: Hexham Auction Mart during demolition looking WC Dallison05/1996Gallery1
CD087019911991: Hexham Auction Mart looking N, Egger factory in distanceC Dallison10/1991Gallery1
CD087119961996: Hexham Auction Mart during demolition looking WC Dallison05/1996Gallery1
CD087219931993: Hexham Auction Mart looking NW, view across townC Dallison09/1993Gallery1
CD087319911991: Hexham Auction Mart looking NW from Wanless Lane across holding pensC Dallison10/1991Gallery1
CD087419811981: Workhouse, pediment over door of Master's House with date 1883C Dallison04/1981Gallery1Gallery2
CD087519781978: Workhouse looking E, W elevation of Master's HouseC Dallison06/1978Gallery1
CD087619811981: Workhouse, front door of Master's HouseC DallisonDoorway 05/1981Gallery1Gallery2
CD087719921992: Workhouse S side of central rangeC Dallison09/1992Gallery1
CD087819921992: Workhouse looking NW from Corbridge Road, S side of south rangeC Dallison09/1992Gallery1
CD087919981998: Cockshaw looking N, No 10 former Roman Catholic Priest's HouseC Dallison10/1998Gallery1
CD088020012001: Thought to be the rear of a hospital (and possibly the Nurses Changing Rooms) that is now the site of Broomhaugh Close. The site is marked as an Isolation Hospital in the 1920sC Dallison10/2001Gallery1
CD088120042004: Workhouse looking E from Dean Street, N side of towerC Dallison03/2004Gallery1
CD088220042004: Workhouse looking W from Dean Street, N side of northern range and towerC Dallison03/2004Gallery1
CD088320052005: Workhouse N side of southern rangeC Dallison04/2005Gallery1
CD088420052005: Workhouse looking W, S side of central rangeC Dallison04/2005Gallery1
CD088520052005: Workhouse S side of northern range showing original main entrance, Dean Street just visibleC Dallison04/2005Gallery1
CD088620052005: Workhouse small building to EC Dallison04/2005Gallery1
CD088720052005: Workhouse looking NW from Corbridge Road, S side of southern range, W endC Dallison04/2005Gallery1
CD088820052005: Workhouse looking E, W elevation of southern rangeC Dallison04/2005Gallery1
CD088920052005: Workhouse S side of central range, rear of Master's HouseC Dallison04/2005Gallery1
CD089020052005: Workhouse looking N from Corbridge Road, S side of south range, E endC Dallison04/2005Gallery1
CD089120052005: Workhouse looking SE from Dean Street, N side of northern rangeC Dallison04/2005Gallery1
CD089220052005: Loosing Hill looking S from Station Road/Dean Street junction, Torch CentreC Dallison04/2005Gallery1
CD089320052005: Workhouse looking SE from Station Road/Dean Street junctionC Dallison04/2005Gallery1
CD089420052005: Workhouse eastern buildingC Dallison04/2005Gallery1
CD089520052005: Workhouse looking NW, S side of N rangeC Dallison03/2005Gallery1
CD089620052005: Workhouse looking SW, N side of central rangeC Dallison03/2005Gallery1
CD089720052005: Workhouse looking SW, N side of central rangeC Dallison03/2005Gallery1
CD089820052005: Workhouse looking SW, N side of southern rangeC Dallison03/2005Gallery1
CD089919781978: Cowgarth looking SE to Abbey, blossomC Dallison05/1978Gallery1
CD090019811981: Cowgarth looking N, public toilet block on SeleC Dallison05/1981Gallery1
CD090119911991: Cowgarth, medieval bridge over Halgut Burn looking SE from path, Victorian superstructureG Trayhurn08/1991Gallery1
CD090219911991: Cowgarth, medieval bridge over Halgut Burns, archC Dallison08/1991Gallery1
CD090319911991: Cowgarth, medieval bridge over Halgut Burns, arch detailC Dallison08/1991Gallery1
CD090419911991: Cowgarth, medieval bridge over Halgut Burn looking S, Victorian superstructureC Dallison08/1991Gallery1
CD090519961996: Cowgarth, medieval bridge over Halgut Burn looking SE from path, Victorian superstructureC Dallison05/1996Gallery1
CD090619961996: Cowgarth, medieval bridge over Halgut Burn looking S from below, Victorian superstructureC Dallison05/1996Gallery1
CD090719961996: Cowgarth, medieval bridge over Halgut Burn looking S from below, Victorian superstructureC Dallison05/1996Gallery1
CD090819961996: Cowgarth, medieval bridge over Halgut Burn looking SE from path, Victorian superstructureC Dallison05/1996Gallery1
CD090920012001: Hexham House, stone marking establishment of the war memorial Rose GardenC Dallison12/2001Gallery1
CD091019961996: Hexham House looking N across bowling greenC Dallison04/1996Gallery1
CD091119931993: Hexham House and Gilesgate looking NW from Abbey towerC DallisonAbbey Roof 03/1993Gallery1
CD091219781978: Hexham House looking N across bowling greenC Dallison07/1978Gallery1
CD091319831983: Hexham House, trees in burn deneC Dallison04/1983Gallery1
CD091419921992: Hexham House and Gilesgate looking NW from Abbey towerC DallisonAbbey Roof 08/1992Gallery1
CD091619931993: Hexham House garden looking S from Gilesgate, bowling green in useC Dallison05/1993Gallery1
CD091719931993: Hexham House looking NW across bowling green, snowC Dallison11/1993Gallery1
CD091819941994: Hadrian House looking NE across bowling greenC Dallison01/1994Gallery1
CD091919621962: Hexham House and Gilesgate Court looking N across bowling greenM HutchinsonGallery1
CD092019941994: Hexham House and grounds looking NW from Abbey nave roof across bowling greenC Dallison09/1994Gallery1Gallery2
CD092119951995: Hexham House and grounds S sideC Dallison08/1995Gallery1
CD092219961996: Bowling green looking S from Hexham House roof, Abbey buildingsC Dallison01/1996Gallery1
CD092319961996: Bowling green looking S from Hexham House roofC Dallison01/1996Gallery1
CD092519961996: Hexham House and grounds looking N across bowling greenC Dallison05/1996Gallery1Gallery2
CD092620012001: Hexham House grounds looking W towards Sele school, new decorative seatC Dallison12/2001Gallery1
CD092720012001: Hexham House grounds, decorative seatC Dallison12/2001Gallery1
CD092820042004: Bowling green looking S from Hexham House roof, Abbey buildingsC Dallison09/2004Gallery1
CD092920042004: Bowling green and clubhouse looking SE from Hexham House roofC Dallison09/2004Gallery1
CD093020042004: Bowling green looking S from Hexham House roof, Abbey nave, Abbey buildingsC Dallison09/2004Gallery1
CD093120042004: Bowling green looking S from Hexham House roof, AbbeyC Dallison09/2004Gallery1
CD093220052005: Hexham House sensory gardenC Dallison08/2005Gallery1
CD093320052005: Hexham House sensory gardenC Dallison08/2005Gallery1
CD093420052005: Hexham House sensory gardenC Dallison08/2005Gallery1
CD093520052005: Bowling green and Abbey looking SE from Hexham House sensory gardenC Dallison08/2005Gallery1
CD093619871987: Crescent Avenue (E off West Road), N side looking NEC Dallison04/1987Gallery1
CD093719931993: Dean Street S side looking S, old shop/garageC Dallison10/1993Gallery1
CD093819931993: Dean Street N side looking NE, Halliwell DeneC Dallison05/1993Gallery1
CD093919961996: Dean Street N side looking N, Halliwell Dene sheltered housing under constructionC Dallison07/1996Gallery1
CD094019931993: Dean Street N side looking N, Halliwell Dene frontC Dallison05/1993Gallery1
CD094119931993: Dean Street N side looking E, Halliwell Dene CottageC Dallison05/1993Gallery1
CD094219961996: Dean Street N side looking E, Halliwell Dene CottageC Dallison07/1996Gallery1
CD094319911991: Corbridge Road looking E across Dene Park House towards the rear of Monks TerraceC Dallison10/1991Gallery1
CD094419911991: Corbridge Road, Dene Park House residential home looking W across rugby field towards White CrossC Dallison10/1991Gallery1
CD094519921992: Corbridge Road looking N, No 5 Dene Park, plaque marking gift of Henry Bell Esq, erected 1962 for retired employeesC Dallison07/1992Gallery1
CD094620082008: Dene Park allotments entrance looking N from Bywell AvenueC Dallison08/2008Gallery1
CD094719821982: Dean Street N side looking E from junction with Station Road/Loosing HillC Dallison09/1982Gallery1
CD094819781978: Dilston Park looking N to Beaufront, tile and pipe worksC Dallison09/1978Gallery1
CD094919781978: Dilston Park looking E, tile and pipe worksC Dallison11/1978Gallery1
CD095019941994: Dilston Park looking E, Brickworks archC Dallison06/1994Gallery1
CD095119941994: Dilston Park looking NE, Brickworks archC Dallison06/1994Gallery1
CD095219941994: Dilston Park looking S, Brickworks archC Dallison06/1994Gallery1
CD095319781978: Dipton Mill Road looking N, old tannery at High ShieldC DallisonLeather 10/1978Gallery1
CD095419931993: Dipton Mill Road looking N, old tannery at High ShieldC DallisonLeather 11/1993Gallery1
CD095519881988: Dipton Mill Road looking N, High ShieldC Dallison08/1988Gallery1
CD095719951995: Dipton Mill Road, farm buildings at Middle ShieldC Dallison04/1995Gallery1
CD095819931993: Dipton Mill Road, Middle ShieldC Dallison03/1993Gallery1
CD095919921992: Dipton Mill Road, Loughbrow HouseC Dallison07/1992Gallery1
CD096019921992: Dipton Mill Road, Loughbrow House and gardens looking NWC Dallison07/1992Gallery1
CD096119921992: Dipton Mill Road, Loughbrow House front elevation looking NC Dallison07/1992Gallery1
CD096219951995: Dipton Mill Road looking W, The Gables and Lane DykesC Dallison04/1995Gallery1
CD096319831983: Dotland ParkC DallisonHexhamshire 09/1983Gallery1
CD096419831983: Dotland ParkC DallisonHexhamshire 09/1983Gallery1
CD096519811981: Cockshaw, Dunwoodie Terrace looking NE, Nos 1-5G TrayhurnGallery1
CD096619931993: Eastgate E side looking N towards junction with Cattle MarketC Dallison05/1993Gallery1
CD096719781978: Eastgate rear of W side, from rise above Tap & SpileC Dallison10/1978Gallery1
CD096819801980: Eastgate W side looking N to Cattle Market, rear of Tap & Spile pub on leftG Trayhurn10/1980Gallery1
CD096919861986: Eastgate W side looking N to Cattle MarketG Trayhurn09/1986Gallery1
CD097119911991: Eastgate E side looking S, No 21 King & Cowen garageC Dallison08/1991Gallery1
CD097220042004: Eastgate E side looking S Nos 17a-20C Dallison09/2004Gallery1
CD097320082008: Eastgate E side looking N to junction with Cattle Market, No 12 Danielle's BistroC Dallison08/2008Gallery1
CD097420052005: Eastgate E side looking S, King's Court development under constructionC Dallison06/2005Gallery1
CD097520052005: Eastgate W side looking S from junction with Cattle Market, Tap & Spile pub on rightC Dallison05/2005Gallery1Gallery2
CD097620042004: Eastgate E side looking SE, King's Court development under constructionC Dallison09/2004Gallery1
CD097720042004: Eastgate E side, looking SE, site of No 18a, renovation on Nos 19/20C Dallison04/2004Gallery1
CD097819931993: Eastgate E side looking S, Nos 18-20, King & Cowen garage just visibleC Dallison09/1993Gallery1
CD097919931993: Eastgate E side looking S, Nos 18-20C Dallison09/1993Gallery1
CD098019931993: Eastgate E side looking S, Nos 2-6C Dallison01/1993Gallery1
CD098219771977: Eastgate E side looking E along passage N of No 12 leading to Jubilee BuildingsC Dallison06/1977Gallery1
CD09831890c1890: Eastgate E side looking NE to junction with Cattle Market, R to L No 8, No 6 T.Herron's smithy, thatched, No 4. Detail of image IA0507JP GibsonGallery1
CD098419861986: Eastgate E side looking N, Nos 12-2G Trayhurn09/1986Gallery1
CD098519961996: Eastgate W side looking NW, Nos 5-1, Eastgate ShowroomC Dallison10/1996Gallery1
CD098619911991: Eastgate W side looking NW, Nos 5-1, Eastgate ShowroomC Dallison08/1991Gallery1
CD098719911991: Eastgate W side looking W, Nos 5-7C Dallison08/1991Gallery1
CD098819951995: Eastgate W side looking W, Nos 5-7 after renovation, Casual Kids, David Coates & Co Chartered AccountantsC Dallison07/1995Gallery1
CD098919911991: Eastgate W side looking NW, Nos 9-11C Dallison08/1991Gallery1
CD099019801980: Eastgate W side, No 5 sign for OXFAM Gift ShopG Trayhurn10/1980Gallery1
CD099119871987: Eastgate W side looking NW, No 3 Eastgate SaleroomsC Dallison04/1987Gallery1
CD099219921992: St Wilfrid's House, Hexham War Memorial HospitalC Dallison11/1992Gallery1
CD09931930c1930: St Wilfrid's House, Hexham War Memorial HospitalOld postcardGallery1
CD099420012001: Plaque to demolished Hexham War Memorial HospitalC Dallison12/2001Gallery1
CD09951920c1920: St Wilfrid's House, converted to Hexham War Memorial Hospital by 1921Old postcardGallery1
CD099619211921: St Wilfrid's House, Prince Henry and others at opening of Hexham War Memorial HospitalG Trayhurn09/1921Gallery1
CD099719931993: Nurses home to S of Hexham War Memorial HospitalC Dallison09/1993Gallery1
CD099819941994: Eastgate W side looking NW at junction with Gallows Bank, Corner Cottage and St Wilfrid's Lodge St Wilfrid's Lodge, former (1818) Subscription SchoolC Dallison01/1994Gallery1Gallery2
CD099919781978: Eastgate W side looking NW at junction with Gallows Bank, St Wilfrid's Lodge, former (1818) Subscription SchoolC Dallison11/1978Gallery1Gallery2
CD100019931993: Eastgate W side looking NW at junction with Gallows Bank, St Wilfrid's Lodge former (1818) Subscription SchoolC Dallison05/1993Gallery1Gallery2
CD100119921992: Eastgate W side looking E at junction with Gallows Bank, rear of St Wilfrid's Lodge, former (1818) Subscription SchoolC Dallison11/1992Gallery1Gallery2
CD100220002000: Eastwood Grange Road (off Corbridge Road S side) looking N, Nos 16-13C Dallison10/2000Gallery1
CD100320002000: Eastwood Grange Road (off Corbridge Road S side) looking W, Nos 22-24C Dallison10/2000Gallery1
CD100419781978: Eilansgate N side looking NW, iron and brass foundry, Kennedy and Rutherford motor repairer, Rickerby Ltd, junction with Tyne Green RoadC DallisonMetal Works 01/1978Gallery1Gallery2
CD100519781978: Eilansgate N side looking E, Kennedy and Rutherford motor repairers on site of former marble worksC Dallison01/1978Gallery1
CD100619711971: Eilansgate, site of marble works and Davison's Tyne metal worksAV ShepleyGallery1Gallery2
CD100719821982: Eilansgate N side looking NW, demolition on site of marble works, Rickerby Ltd., Davison's Tyne metal works, junction with Tyne Green RoadC Dallison03/1982Gallery1Gallery2
CD100819831983: Eilansgate N side looking NW, Rickerby Ltd. on site of marble works and Davison's Tyne metal works, junction with Tyne Green RoadC Dallison05/1983Gallery1Gallery2
CD100919911991: Eilansgate N side looking N, Rickerby Ltd.C Dallison10/1991Gallery1
CD101019961996: Eilansgate N side looking NW, Hexham Horseless Carriages, junction with Tyne Green RoadC Dallison11/1996Gallery1
CD101119971997: Eilansgate N side looking NW, Hexham Horseless Carriages, junction with Tyne Green RoadC Dallison05/1997Gallery1
CD101219981998: Eilansgate N side looking NW, Hexham Horseless Carriages, junction with Tyne Green RoadC Dallison11/1998Gallery1
CD101320012001: Eilansgate N side looking NW, Hexham Horseless Carriages, junction with Tyne Green RoadC Dallison04/2001Gallery1
CD101420012001: Eilansgate N side looking NW, Hexham Horseless Carriages, junction with Tyne Green RoadC Dallison10/2001Gallery1
CD101520032003: Eilansgate N side looking NW, Hexham Horseless Carriages, junction with Tyne Green RoadC Dallison01/2003Gallery1
CD101620042004: Eilansgate N side looking NW, Hexham Horseless Carriages, junction with Tyne Green RoadC Dallison08/2004Gallery1
CD101719871987: Eilansgate N side looking N, Prior's Flat cricket ground, match in progressC Dallison07/1987Gallery1
CD101819991999: Eilansgate N side looking E, Prior's Flat cricket ground, advert for Gary Cant dairymanC Dallison09/1999Gallery1
CD101919991999: Eilansgate N side looking NE, Prior's Flat cricket ground, adverts and ball netC Dallison09/1999Gallery1
CD102020062006: Eilansgate N side looking NW to Prior's HouseC Dallison04/2006Gallery1
CD102120012001: Eilansgate N side looking NW, Hexham Horseless Carriages, junction with Tyne Green RoadC Dallison04/2001Gallery1
CD102219931993: Eilansgate N side looking NW from Haugh Lane, Rickerby Ltd, junction with Tyne Green RoadC Dallison07/1993Gallery1
CD102319931993: Eilansgate N side looking NW from Haugh Lane, Rickerby Ltd, junction with Tyne Green RoadC Dallison02/1993Gallery1
CD102419831983: Eilansgate N side looking N, No 1 Spital Terrace storeC Dallison04/1983Gallery1
CD102519911991: Eilansgate N side looking N, No 1 Spital Terrace Rutherford's Off LicenceC Dallison10/1991Gallery1
CD102620032003: Eilansgate N side looking N, No 1 Spital Terrace former store following conversion to residentialC Dallison02/2003Gallery1
CD102720032003: Eilansgate S side looking S, garage of No 16 Quatre Bras following conversionC Dallison02/2003Gallery1
CD102819781978: Eilansgate N side looking N, Fern CottageC Dallison07/1978Gallery1
CD102920002000: Eilansgate N side looking N from roof of No 21 Leazes Crescent, Fern Cottage, junction with West Road, Quatre Bras allotments, Broadway GarageC Dallison08/2000Gallery1Gallery2
CD103020082008: Eilansgate N side, gateway to Quatre Bras allotmentsC Dallison09/2008Gallery1
CD103120062006: Eilansgate S side, Eilansgate House apartmentsC DallisonDevelopers Signs 04/2006Gallery1
CD103220012001: Eilansgate N side, Prior's Flat cricket ground, old club houseC Dallison10/2001Gallery1
CD103320062006: Eilansgate N side looking W, Prior's Flat cricket ground, new club houseC Dallison04/2006Gallery1
CD103420062006: Eilansgate N side looking W, Prior's Flat cricket ground, new club house with Prior's House behindC Dallison04/2006Gallery1
CD103519781978: Eilansgate Terrace, No 22C Dallison09/1978Gallery1
CD103619921992: Eilansgate Terrace W side, No 7 upwardsC Dallison08/1992Gallery1
CD103719941994: Eilanville looking E from Eilansgate TerraceC Dallison06/1994Gallery1
CD103819941994: Eilanville looking S, Nos 13-15C DallisonEilansgate 06/1994Gallery1
CD103920082008: Elvaston Drive (off Elvaston Road), new construction signC Dallison08/2008Gallery1
CD10431880c1880: Fellside (off Gallows Bank) looking E, Shield Close cottages, thatched roofUnknown photographerGallery1
CD104420022002: Fellside (off Gallows Bank) looking E, Nos 1-4 Shield Close cottagesC Dallison01/2002Gallery1
CD104520032003: Delegate Cottage, Fellside (off Gallows Bank), looking NEC Dallison06/2003Gallery1
CD104620032003: Delegate Cottage, Fellside (off Gallows Bank), looking NEC Dallison06/2003Gallery1
CD104720082008: Kingswood Centre, Dukeshouse Wood off Slaley RoadC DallisonDukeshouse Wood Centre 08/2008Gallery1Gallery2
CD104819091909: Fellside site, latin inscription on 1909 foundation stone of Grammar School (picture taken 02/1992)C DallisonGallery1
CD105119791979: Middle School Fellside site looking S, formerly Queen Elizabeth's Grammar SchoolC Dallison06/1979Gallery1
CD105320072007: Fenwick Grove looking S from Windmill HillC Dallison11/2007Gallery1
CD105419061906: Fore Street, Hexham. Monochrome; looking S from Market Place, on left No 22/24 F Robinson & Sons drapers, and Gregg & Hedley tobacoonist and bicycle agents, prominent sign is at No 26 Blue Bell Inn, on right in distance No 41 (?) GT Tinn surgeon dentist, No ? G Richardson chemist (see also HL0352)Hunters Series, HexhamOld postcardGallery1Gallery2
CD10551890c1890: Fore Street looking N towards Meal Market, sign for Sun Inn on rightC DallisonGallery1Gallery2
CD105619921992: Fore Street looking S to Midland BankC Dallison08/1992Gallery1
CD105720072007: Fore Street S end, Potato Oven stallC Dallison04/2007Gallery1
CD105819781978: Roofscape across Fore Street looking SW from Moot Hall roof, telephone exchange in distanceC Dallison08/1978Gallery1
CD105920052005: Fore Street S end, new paving being laid in front of HSBC BankC Dallison05/2005Gallery1
CD106020052005: Fore Street S end, new paving being laid in front of HSBC BankC Dallison05/2005Gallery1
CD106119971997: Fore Street E side, No 2/6 ArgosC Dallison05/1997Gallery1
CD106219961996: Fore Street N end, No 2/6 prior to opening of Argos, Forum Cinema in distanceC Dallison09/1996Gallery1
CD106319791979: Fore Street E side, No 2/6 Northern Gas showroomsL Davies03/1979Gallery1
CD10641890Pre-1890: Fore Street E side N end looking from the Market Place, No 2/6 before Robbs shop of 1890C DallisonGallery1
CD106519911991: Fore Street E side, No 2/6 Northern Gas showroomsC Dallison06/1991Gallery1
CD106619971997: Fore Street E side, No 2/6 Argos, No 8/10 Leveys decorating suppliesC Dallison10/1997Gallery1
CD106719981998: Fore Street E side, No 2/6 Argos shopfront with shutters downC Dallison05/1998Gallery1
CD106819911991: Fore Street E side looking S, No 8/10 Leveys decorating supplies, No 12 Hamiltons shoesC Dallison01/1991Gallery1
CD107019861986: Fore Street E side, No 14 Gibson & Son opticiansC Dallison08/1986Gallery1
CD107119911991: Fore Street E side, No 14 Northumbria & Cumbria EstatesC Dallison06/1991Gallery1
CD107219911991: Fore Street E side, No 22/24 vacantC Dallison04/1991Gallery1
CD107319821982: Fore Street E side, No 22/24 Books FashionsC Dallison03/1982Gallery1
CD107419911991: Fore Street E side, No 22/24 vacantC Dallison02/1991Gallery1
CD107519781978: Fore Street E side, No 22/24 Books Fashions and SlendosL Davies06/1978Gallery1
CD107619801980: Fore Street E side, No 22/24 Books FashionsC Dallison05/1980Gallery1
CD107719801980: Fore Street E side, No 26 Klick Photopoint, No 28 Dewhurst butchers, Stephen & Wade optician aboveC Dallison05/1980Gallery1
CD107819911991: Fore Street E side, No 30 Greenwoods mens clothingC Dallison06/1991Gallery1
CD107919801980: Fore Street E side, No 30 Greenwoods mens clothingC Dallison02/1980Gallery1
CD108019801980: Fore Street E side, No 30 Greenwoods mens clothingC Dallison02/1980Gallery1
CD108120052005: Fore Street E side, advert for Jobi & Co No 26/28C Dallison05/2005Gallery1
CD108220052005: Fore Street E side, advert for Jobi & Co No 26/28C Dallison05/2005Gallery1
CD108320052005: Fore Street E side, No 36 Caffe NeroC Dallison10/2005Gallery1
CD108419861986: Fore Street E side, No 34 Cascade AmusementsC Dallison08/1986Gallery1
CD108519911991: Fore Street E side, No 34 Dorothy Perkins women's clothingC Dallison06/1991Gallery1
CD108619781978: Fore Street E side, No 36 (vacant?) arm supporting Sun Inn sign still in place, No 44 Burton TailoringC Dallison07/1978Gallery1
CD108719201920s: Fore Street E side, No 54/56 Low & Hare chemistUnknown photographerGallery1
CD108819781978: Fore Street E side, No 46/56 Robbs new shopfrontB Denness06/1978Gallery1
CD108919801980: Fore Street E side from Cattle Market looking NE, corner of Midland Bank on left, Robbs new shopfront, Lloyd's Bank on Priestpopple on rightL Davies05/1980Gallery1
CD10901962c1962: Fore Street E side, No 36 Sun Inn, No 44 Burton TailoringM HutchinsonGallery1Gallery2
CD109119931993: Fore Street E side, No 16/20 PoundstretcherC Dallison08/1993Gallery1
CD109220012001: Fore Street E side, No 16/20 PoundstretcherC Dallison02/2001Gallery1
CD109319891989: Fore Street E side, No 16/20 PoundstretcherC Dallison07/1989Gallery1
CD109419741974: Fore Street E side, No 16/20 Gibson & Son Chemists Opticians, Portnell Solicitors aboveB Denness05/1974Gallery1Gallery2
CD10951952c1952: Fore Street E side, No 16/20 Gibson & Son Chemists OpticiansGibson photoGallery1Gallery2
CD10961919Pre-1919: Fore Street E side, No 16/20 Gibson & Son Chemists Opticians, before decorative carvings added to shopfrontC DallisonGallery1Gallery2
CD109719701970: Fore Street E side, No 16/20 Gibson & Son Chemists OpticiansC Dallison09/1970Gallery1Gallery2
CD109919731973: Fore Street E side, No 16/20 Gibson & Son Chemists Opticians, Portnell Solicitors aboveR HigginsGallery1Gallery2
CD110019781978: Fore Street E side, No 16/20 Gibson & Son Chemists Opticians, Portnell Solicitors aboveC Dallison07/1978Gallery1Gallery2
CD110219831983: Fore Street E side, No 16/20 PoundstretcherC Dallison08/1983Gallery1
CD110319931993: Fore Street E side, No 16/20 Gibson & Son pillar head detailC Dallison11/1993Gallery1
CD110420012001: Fore Street E side, No 16/20 Gibson & Son pillar head detailC Dallison03/2001Gallery1
CD110519931993: Fore Street E side, No 16/20 Gibson & Son central crest with City of London armsC Dallison03/1993Gallery1
CD110619801980: Fore Street E side, No 16/20 Laws groceryL Davies05/1980Gallery1Gallery2
CD110720012001: Fore Street E side, No 20 doorC Dallison03/2001Gallery1
CD110820012001: Fore Street E side, No 20 detailC Dallison03/2001Gallery1
CD110920012001: Fore Street E side, No 20 detailC Dallison03/2001Gallery1
CD111019911991: Fore Street E side, No 16/20 PoundstretcherC Dallison06/1991Gallery1Gallery2
CD111119921992: Fore Street E side, No 16/20 PoundstretcherC Dallison02/1992Gallery1Gallery2
CD111219601960s: Fore Street E side, No 16/20 Gibson & Son Chemists OpticiansM HutchinsonGallery1Gallery2
CD111319781978: Fore Street E side rear view from Robbs car park of No 16/20 before demolitionC Dallison07/1978Gallery1
CD111419791979: Fore Street E side looking SE from rear of No 16/20 after demolition, path leading to Goose Market and roof and rear of No 19 Hallgate on left, building in Robbs car park to the rightC Dallison06/1979Gallery1
CD111519791979: Fore Street E side looking W rear view of No 16/20 during demolition, alleyway to Fore Street and path to Goose Market on rightC Dallison06/1979Gallery1
CD111619791979: Fore Street E side looking W, rear of No 16/20 under demolition, rear of No 14 with alleyway to Fore Street, No 12 Crawford's Bakery on rightC Dallison06/1979Gallery1
CD111719601960s: Fore Street E side, No 16/20 Gibson & Son Chemists Opticians, Philip Gibson (& wife?) standing outsideM HutchinsonGallery1Gallery2
CD111819401940s: Fore Street E side, advert for John Gibson's sight-testing serviceG TrayhurnGallery1
CD111919961996: Fore Street E side, interior view of Gibson & Son shop reconstructed in Science MuseumPrint02/1996Gallery1
CD112019961996: Fore Street E side, interior view of Gibson & Son shop reconstructed in Science MuseumPrint02/1996Gallery1
CD112119601960s: Fore Street E side, interior view of Gibson & Son shop before closurePhoto in Newcastle Central LibGallery1
CD112219961996: Fore Street E side, interior view of Gibson & Son shop reconstructed in Science MuseumPrint02/1996Gallery1
CD112319951995: Fore Street E side, No 20 detailC Dallison02/1995Gallery1
CD112419911991: Fore Street E side, No 36 Radio RentalsC Dallison06/1991Gallery1
CD112519931993: Fore Street E side, No 44 Freeman Hardy WillisC Dallison01/1993Gallery1
CD112619971997: Fore Street E side, No 44 Thorntons chocolatesC Dallison10/1997Gallery1
CD112719781978: Fore Street E side looking N towards Meal Market, No 44 Burton Tailoring, No 36 Radio Rentals (?), No 34 Thompson & Huddleston The Pork ShopC Dallison01/1978Gallery1
CD112819591959: Fore Street E side looking E from St Mary's Chare after demolition of W side shops Nos 39-41, No 50/54 BootsC DallisonGallery1
CD112919981998: Fore Street E side looking N, No 44 Skipton Building Society, Thorntons chocolatesC Dallison05/1998Gallery1
CD113019911991: Fore Street E side, No 44 Freeman Hardy Willis shoesC Dallison06/1991Gallery1
CD113119591959: Fore Street E side looking E from St Mary's Chare after demolition of W side shops Nos 39-41, No 50/54 BootsC DallisonGallery1
CD113219031903: Fore Street E side, No 48 Harry Awburn butcher'sG TrayhurnGallery1
CD113319031903: Fore Street E side, No 48 Harry Awburn butcher'sG TrayhurnGallery1
CD113419801980: Fore Street E side, No 44 vacantC Dallison01/1980Gallery1
CD113619921992: Fore Street looking N towards Meal Market from roof at S endC Dallison04/1992Gallery1
CD113719921992: Fore Street looking N towards Meal Market from roof at S endC Dallison03/1992Gallery1
CD113919781978: Fore Street E side, No 44 Burton Tailoring closing down saleC Dallison07/1978Gallery1
CD114019721972: Fore Street E side, No 48 Robbs before 1972 extensionC DallisonGallery1
CD114119691969: Fore Street looking S, crane at Robbs extensionHexham Courant photoGallery1
CD114219911991: Fore Street E side, No 46/56 RobbsC Dallison06/1991Gallery1
CD114319631963: Fore Street E side, Robbs advertNewcastle Life11/1963Gallery1
CD114419761976: Fore Street E side, No 46/56 Robbs, construction of extensionB Denness07/1976Gallery1
CD114519801980: Fore Street E side, No 46/56 RobbsL Davies05/1980Gallery1
CD114619091909: Wm Robb & Son advertPresbyterian cookery bookGallery1
CD114719121912: Fore Street E side, advert Wm Robb & Son (Robbs) Drapers and Silk Mercers, House Furnishings, Gents outfitters, picture of No 35/37Hexham Borough guideGallery1Gallery2
CD114820072007: Fore Street E side, No 46/56 Robbs displaying closure noticesC Dallison04/2007Gallery1
CD114919961996: Fore Street E side, rear of No 2/6 under constructionC Dallison07/1996Gallery1
CD115019781978: Roofscape across Fore Street rear of E side looking SW from Moot Hall roof, old police station and lock-up at bottom leftC Dallison08/1978Gallery1
CD115119921992: Roofscape across Fore Street rear of E side looking S from Old Gaol roofC Dallison10/1992Gallery1
CD115219931993: Roofscape across Fore Street rear of E side looking W from Old Gaol roof towards AbbeyC Dallison05/1993Gallery1
CD115319791979: Fore Street E side looking W, rear of No 22/24, wooden WC attached at first floorC Dallison06/1979Gallery1
CD115419791979: Fore Street E side looking SW from Goose Market, rear of No 22/24, wooden WC attached at first floorC Dallison06/1979Gallery1
CD115619781978: Goose Market looking SW from roof of Old Gaol, rear of Nos 10-26 Fore Street, wooden WC attached to first floor of No 24, old police station and lock-up at bottom left, Goose Market at baseC Dallison08/1978Gallery1Gallery2
CD115719971997: Fore Street E side, architrave at rear of No 36 Sun InnC Dallison10/1997Gallery1Gallery2
CD11581950c1950: Fore Street rear of E side looking SW from Old Gaol roof, rears of of Nos 10-26 Fore StreetH EdgarGallery1
CD115919911991: Fore Street W side, No 31/33 during alterations to Penney'sC Dallison02/1991Gallery1
CD116019901990: Fore Street W side, No 31/33 during alterations to Penney's looking through to rearC Dallison02/1990Gallery1
CD116119921992: Fore Street W side, No 31/33 Peter's Cathedral Bakers and Holland & Barrett health foodsC Dallison12/1992Gallery1
CD11621910c1910: Fore Street W side, No 33 Willoughby & Purvis tailors advertC DallisonGallery1Gallery2
CD116319911991: Fore Street W side, No 39 Bradford & Bingley Building Society, No 35/37 MacKays clothingC Dallison07/1991Gallery1
CD116419921992: Fore Street W side, No 31/33 Peter's Cathedral Bakers and Holland & Barrett health foodsC Dallison10/1992Gallery1
CD116519971997: Fore Street W side, No 35/37 detail of upper floor windowsC Dallison10/1997Gallery1
CD116620062006: Fore Street W side, No 35/37 M&Co clothingC Dallison10/2006Gallery1
CD116719591959: Fore Street W side, during demolition of No 39 (Hogarth?), No 41 HL Bonney giftsM CharltonGallery1
CD116819911991: Fore Street W side, No 39 Bradford & Bingley, No 39a Northern Electric showroom, No 41 Greggs baker, No 41a ClassiqueC Dallison07/1991Gallery1
CD116919861986: Fore Street W side, No 45 Hare's tobacconist & confectioner, No 43 Travel ServicesC Dallison08/1986Gallery1
CD117019841984: Fore Street W side, No 45 Hare of Hexham tobaccconistC Dallison10/1984Gallery1
CD11721919Pre-1919: Fore Street looking NE from Cattle Market, No 44 White Hart Hotel and archGibson photoGallery1
CD117619201920s: Fore Street looking N, military parade passing No 48 Robbs, No 44 Murray's Cafe, sign for No 36 Sun InnG TrayhurnGallery1Gallery2
CD11771910c1910: Fore Street looking N towards Meal Market, No 39 Hogarth & Co groceriesC DallisonGallery1
CD11781910c1910: Fore Street looking N towards Meal Market, No 39 Hogarth & Co groceriesC DallisonGallery1
CD117919681968: Fore Street looking N from Cattle Market, Midland Bank on left, No 35/37 Hadrians, No 50/54 BootsC Dallison04/1968Gallery1
CD118119771977: Fore Street looking N towards Meal Market with Morris Dancers, No 31/33 Penney's radio television, No 44 Burtons tailoringL Davies06/1977Gallery1
CD118219771977: Fore Street looking N towards Meal MarketL Davies06/1977Gallery1
CD118319771977: Fore Street looking S towards Cattle Market, No 22/24 Books fashions and Slendos, No 17/21 Woolworth, No 23 Thomas Owen clothes, Midland Bank in distanceL Davies06/1977Gallery1
CD118419891989: Fore Street looking N towards Meal Market, No 15 Currys, No 11/13 ?, No7/9 Boots chemist, No 5 Baker's Oven, on right No 34 Dorothy Perkins women's clothingC Dallison07/1989Gallery1
CD118519821982: Fore Street looking S towards Cattle Market, No 22/24 Books Fashions, No 17/21 Woolworth, No 23 Thomas Owen, Midland Bank in distanceC Dallison04/1982Gallery1
CD118619921992: Fore Street looking N towards Meal Market, No 35/37 Mackays, No 46/56 Robbs, No 44 Freeman Hardy Willis shoesC Dallison02/1992Gallery1
CD118719921992: Fore Street looking N, No 46/56 RobbsC Dallison10/1992Gallery1
CD118819931993: Fore Street looking N towards Meal Market, No 46/56 Robbs, No 31/33 Peter's Cathedral Bakers and Holland & Barrett health foodsC Dallison01/1993Gallery1
CD118919931993: Fore Street looking N towards Meal Market, No 31/33 Peter's Cathedral Bakers and Holland & Barrett health foods, No 46/56 RobbsC Dallison01/1993Gallery1
CD119119891989: Fore Street looking S towards Cattle Market, Midland BankC Dallison07/1989Gallery1
CD119219791979: Fore Street S end looking NW from Cattle Market, Midland BankC Dallison06/1979Gallery1
CD119319861986: Fore Street looking S, Midland Bank, No 31/33 Penney's Radio and Television, on Cattle Market in distance TSB and Britannia Building SocietyC Dallison08/1986Gallery1
CD119419991999: Fore Street looking S, Midland BankC Dallison06/1999Gallery1
CD119519921992: Fore Street looking S, Midland Bank frieze around lower floorC Dallison07/1992Gallery1
CD119619921992: Fore Street looking S, Midland BankC Dallison08/1992Gallery1
CD119720022002: Fore Street Bank, detail on E face above ATMC Dallison04/2002Gallery1
CD119819921992: Fore Street Bank, frieze on SW cornerC Dallison10/1992Gallery1
CD119919941994: Fore Street Bank, frieze on SE corner above doorC Dallison01/1994Gallery1
CD120019971997: Fore Street Bank, frieze on NW cornerC Dallison10/1997Gallery1
CD120219911991: Fore Street Bank, frieze on NW cornerC Dallison05/1991Gallery1
CD120319911991: Fore Street Bank, frieze showing Arms of the City of LondonC Dallison06/1991Gallery1
CD120419791979: Fore Street Bank, frieze showing florin and sovereignC Dallison08/1979Gallery1
CD120519951995: Fore Street Bank, door and frieze on SE cornerC Dallison04/1995Gallery1
CD120619951995: Fore Street Bank, decoration below oriel windowC Dallison04/1995Gallery1
CD120719891989: Fore Street Bank, frieze showing old penny, florin and sovereignC Dallison07/1989Gallery1
CD120819201920?: Fore Street looking S, London & Midland BankGibson photoGallery1
CD120920002000: Fore Street, Midland Bank interior furnishings after relocation to York Museum in 1964C DallisonInteriors 07/2000Gallery1Gallery2
CD121020002000: Fore Street, London & Midland Bank interior door after relocation to York Museum in 1964C DallisonDoorway 07/2000Gallery1
CD121120002000: Fore Street, Midland Bank interior furnishings after relocation to York Museum in 1964C DallisonInteriors 07/2000Gallery1Gallery2
CD121220002000: Fore Street, Midland Bank interior furnishings after relocation to York Museum in 1964C DallisonInteriors 07/2000Gallery1Gallery2
CD121320002000: Fore Street, Midland Bank interior furnishings after relocation to York Museum in 1964C DallisonInteriors 07/2000Gallery1Gallery2
CD121419871987: Fore Street W side looking NW at junction with Meal Market, No 5 Baker's OvenC Dallison04/1987Gallery1
CD121519911991: Fore Street W side, No 17/21 WoolworthsC Dallison07/1991Gallery1
CD121619921992: Fore Street W side, No 23 Thomas Owen clothes, No 17/21 WoolworthsC Dallison12/1992Gall