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Aerial view of Tupton

 

Taylor's Post Office

Opposite the Methodist Church in Wood-Yard, Tupton.

Tupton

Queen Victoria Road, New Tupton.

Tupton War Memorial, outside St. John's Church.

September 1921

 

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Buildings in Tupton.

 

Four Lane Ends Farm

 

Nethermoor Road

 

 

Red Tile Road

Mrs Molinue

Valerie Roe and her family lived at number 6 Red Tile Row next door to Mrs Molinue who was in number 5.

 

Also living in the row were Mr and Mrs Chinnery and Mr and Mrs Sly lived at the start of the houses. The houses only had Gas Lighting and had a black range that heated water and an oven for baking. They only had cold water in the houses and an outside toilet.

 

 

Tupton Post Office

 

 

Woodbine Cottage

The above photos from Catherine Moorcroft with thanks.

 

  The White Hart

The White Hart, Station Road in 1976 (now demolished)                                                                     Credit: David G. Edwards & picturethepast.org.uk.

              Tupton Youth Hall

Tupton Youth Hall

Tupton Youth Club in Nethermoor Road (behind the Methodist Church)  in 1987 before renovation.     First Tupton Brownies begun by Marjorie Ellis, Brown Owl and Mrs Slack, Tawny Owl, met here, as did First Tupton Guides, captained by Hilary Hinchcliffe, Lieutenant, Stephanie Hinchcliffe. Scouts and Clubs also met here and the Methodist Church used it for anniversaries.

Credit: Photo: S. D. Featherson. Text: Pam Winmdley & picturethepast.org.uk

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