5 thoughts on “Yarm Road Substation c1924

    • I too thought the road marking looked later, but then road markings were around in the 1920’s, although it looks like these markings wouldn’t be required until this section of Yarm Road became a dual carriage way. The 1940’s image seems to show that it was only single carriage way at that time. So this building must have survived a while?
      https://britainfromabove.org.uk/en/image/EAW024097

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  1. This sub station was on the corner of the entrance to the old Head Wrightson’s works. On the opposite corner to the Eaglescliffe Hotel public house. I do not know why it had an anchor above the door but remember passing it a number of times over the years.

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