3 thoughts on “Stockton High Street c1950s

  1. Only just found this website and so pleased to see so many photos. I remember Clinkards and good to hear someone had the foresight to use those beautiful windows for Preston Park Museum, instead of being part of the rubble after demolition.

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  2. I’ve just found this web site. I used to live at Norton Ave, my father used to work at Pickergills and when we moved to Norton, my parents used to help run the roller skateing rink opposite the Fiesta night club. My parents names were Trevor and Kate Rodley.
    My name is Michael Rodley (age 61), I went to Fairfield Sec Modern (1960,s) then serving an electrical apprentership for H.G SPROATES (Linthorpe Road, m/boro) before joing RAF in 1969. keep up the good work.

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  3. Clinkards shop front was removed to Preston Park and used for the clothing shop front in the renovated street before demolition.

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