Rimswell Manor, Stockton from what looks like the rear perspective when compared to other photographs found on Picture Stockton. I found this when sorting my late father-in-laws photo collection. Written on the back was “Rimswell, just before demolition 1960”. Photograph … Continue reading
An image of the long demolished Rimswell Manor in Fairfield, Stockton. Once home to William Anderson, JP who helped finance the original Five Lamps in Thornaby.
This is a photograph of the lodge which still stands at the entrance to Manor Place in Fairfield. I myself lived there for a few years. It was built in 1898 and was originally the gatekeepers lodge and the road … Continue reading
Rimswell Manor is well described by the comments on the house, and surrounding area, but I thought this section of map would make the comments clearer. The map is an OS 6″ map published in 1923 but surveyed earlier. Image and … Continue reading
Rimswell Manor House was built in the Victorian style and stood in 62 acres of grounds. It was the residence of William Anderson, Justice of Peace. William Anderson along with 2 others helped to finance the original Five Lamps in Thornaby. … Continue reading
An aerial View of looking south of Stockton in 1981. The line of the abandoned ‘cuckoo’ railway (now cycle route) runs through the centre. Elm Tree estate, Rimswell estate and Fairfield to the right of the cycle route. Photograph by John … Continue reading