Stockton Town Hall c1895

The steeple on Stockton Town Hall, included in a view of the Town Hall, Market Cross and Nos. 45-47 High Street. c1895The Misses Wilsons premises, No. 46 High Street, Stockton (1896-1907) included in a view of the Town Hall, Market Cross and Nos. 45-47 High Street. c1895Winpennys shop., No. 45 High Street, Stockton (1899-1981) included in a view of the Town Hall , Market Cross and Nos. 45-47 High Street. c1895Stockton Market Cross (erected 1768) included in a view of the Town Hall and Nos. 45-47 High Street. c1895A view of Stockton High Street, including the Town Hall, Market Cross and Nos. 45-47 High Street. No. 45, E. Winpenny, hatter and menswear. No. 46 Misses A & S Wilson, dining and refreshment rooms, No. 47, R. Goodson, mantel maker and in the Town Hall, J. Collitt, general dealer. c1895Goodsons shop. No. 47 High Street Stockton (c1890-1899) included in a view of the Town Hall, Market Cross and Nos. 45-47 High Street.c1895Collitts shop, on the ground floor of Stockton Town Hall, included in a view of the Town Hall, Market Cross and Nos. 45-47 High Street. c1895The Stockton Borough coat of arms on Stockton Town Hall, included in a view of the Town Hall, Market Cross and Nos. 45-47, High Street. c1895Stockton Town Hall Clock, included in a view of the Town Hall, Market Cross and nos. 45-47 High Street. c1895

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