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Looking Back - the '˜Welcome to the Past' series

Monday, 3rd December 2018, 3:41 pm
Updated Wednesday, 9th January 2019, 8:21 am
Looking Back

This week we take a look at key buildings in 1950s, 60s and 70s Northampton.

WL Richardson & Sons sign above the demolished Conservative Club in Northampton on February 25, 1960
The Princess Street demolition taking place in Northampton town centre on August 31, 1970

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Box makers and printers Horton and Arlidge in Campbell Square, Northampton, in April 7, 1962, demolished in 1981
The Northampton PDSA building is demolished on Jan 21, 1970 Marefair junction with Doddridge Street
June 29, 1962, F A Goode, TV and electrical shop property affected by new road at Far Cotton, Northampton
The Peacock Hotel in Northampton Market Square, in the 1950s it was demolished in 1960
The now demolished Commercial Street Chapel, off St Peters Way, Northampton, on July 16, 1959
Ladys Lane, Northampton, before demolition
The Mitre Inn, Northampton, at the King Street/Silver Street/ College Street junction