Garden Street, Newcastle-under-Lyme

pen and ink drawing of Garden Street, Newcastle under Lyme

Mid point of Garden Street, Newcastle-under-Lyme

Garden Street sits at right angles to Well Street and is the older of these two terraces. There are 11 years between the two, Garden Street with a date stone of 1886and Well Street dated 1897 (year of Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee).

Looking at the street more closely from left to right, the corner turns on the diagonal towards no’s 82 and 80. Note the drop in the ridge to follow the fall of the ground.

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Garden Street, at the corner with Well Street, No’s 82 (brown door) and 80 (black door)

 

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No’s 78, 76, 74 and 72 Garden Street.

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74, 72, 70, 68, 66 and 64 Garden Street

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62, 60, 58, 56 and 54 Garden Street

I would be really interested to know what happened to the rest of the numbers on Garden Street, numbers 1- 56. If you have any recollections of this street, please do get in touch!

I would love this to become a living history archive.

Where the old meets the new, Garden Street meets TW Heating

Where the old meets the new, Garden Street meets TW Heating

If you live near Newcastle, why not call in for a coffee at Bellinis in Pepper Street? There are some of my framed prints of local streets on display and available to buy or order.

Franceso and Cassie Amore in Bellini's Newcastle under Lyme

Cassie and Francesco Alfano – at their Newcastle restaurant, Bellinis

For more drawings and where you can see this street as a whole, please visit  www.drawingthestreet.co.uk .If you would like to know what’s happening on the drawing board, I’d be delighted to welcome you over on my other blog  www.drawingthestreet.com

Thanks for reading!

Ronnie

About ronniecruwys

Worked as a conservation architect in Staffordshire for many years, I'm now living and working in the Clyde Valley, South Lanarkshire. Drawing, sketching and exploring my new Scottish life and surroundings. Graduate of Aidan Hart's Icon Diploma course, run by the Prince's School of Traditional Arts. Please visit my other blogs https://www.icondiplomastudent.com and https://drawingthestreet.com and main website https://www.drawingthestreet.co.uk
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