HASTINGS IN OLD PICTURES. 31.

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A grand impression by a local Architect of what St. Paul’s School might have looked like if chosen. 1884.

 

A 1930s view of rock a nore the Star In The East public house has been replaced by a snack bar but the Prince Albert is clinging on further down the road is the Dolphin public house.

 

A crowded Band performance at White Rock. 1916.

 

A tram at White Rock heading towards Robertson Street and the TownCentre. 1908.

 

An Aerial View of Marina. 1925.

 

 

Another Aerial view of West Marina and Bulverhythe. 1925.

 

The Albert Memorial in glorious colour. 1945.

 

All Saints Street looking up towards All Saints Church. 1916.

Railings were put in place in the Old Town on all the high pavements (such as All Saints Street and High Street) to prevent residents in the blackouts, these were all left in place after the war.

 

All Saints Street. 1929.

 

Beauty competition at the Bathing Pool. 1935. With knitted swimwear!

 

Bensly & Co Timber mechants at Brook Street saw mills. 1948.

 

Bloomfield Road. 1905. Now all been demolished and replaced with modern housing!

 

Boning & Small Photographers – Verulem Place (pier end of Eversfield Place). 1912.

 

Carnival Floats at Eversfield Place. June 1949.

 

Chapman’s Dairy, 89 Queens Road. 1908.

 

Clyde Road. 1908.

 

A some what different scene today at West Marina railway station sheds. 1956.

 

Convent of the Holy Child Jesus – Magdalen Road. 1908.

 

Cricket ground. 1904.

 

Dengates lorry, outside their depository warehouse in Waterworks Road. 1935.

 

Constructing the Bathing Pool. 1933.

 

Diver at the Bathing Pool. 1935.

 

Diving Platform Bathing Pool. 1935.

 

Drinks on the Diving Boards at the Bathing Pool 1937 part of a series of promotional photos.

 

Fun and Games at the Bathing Pool. 1935.

 

Skipping Ladies at the Bathing Pool. 1935. Part of a series of promotional photos for the Bathing Pool.

 

ON GUARD! Fencing lessons at the Bathing Pool. 1937. This too was part of a series of promotional photos for the Bathing Pool.

 

The Bathing Pool. 1935.

 

Grange Road – The Ridge. 1953.

 

Hop Pickers returning to All Saints Street 1904.

 

Kenilworth Road. 1908.

 

London Road. 1902.

 

London Road. 1903.

 

London Road. 1908.

 

London Road. 1910.

 

Looking East from London Road. 1910.

 

Looking up Cambridge Road from the Memorial. 1907.

 

Marine Parade. 1904.

 

NCOs & Gunners – Royal Garrison Artillery march at the Bull Inn – Bexhill Road. 1914. Where are all the houses? Nearly all weren’t built until about 1918 onwards.

 

Paddle Steamer approaching Hastings Pier. 1906.

 

Pelham Crescent. 1908.

 

Priory Avenue. 1908.

 

Salisbury Road. 1908.

 

Southwater Road. 1908.

 

Stockleigh Road. 1908.

 

Again Stockleigh Road. 1908.

 

Swimming Lesson at the Bathing Pool. 1936.

 

The Albert Memorial. 1904. Gone are the days when you could stand in the middle of the road and read your paper.

 

The Prince Albert Public House – Rock a Nore Road. 1902.

 

The raised parade at Eversfield Place. 1948.

 

The Royal Albert Public House Battle Road. 1903.

 

Town centre looking up Havelock Road. 1900.

 

Town Centre. 1920.

 

Tram opposite The Royal albert – Battle Road – Hollington. 1906. A very grainy picture!

 

Two long lost pubs in Rock a Nore Road. On the left the Prince Albert and far right the Star in the East . 1904.

 

Victoria Ave Ore. 1905.

 

Victoria Avenue Ore again in 1905.

 

White Rock bandstand. 1909.

 

The Hertfordshire Convalescent Home – West Hill Road. 1907.

At a public meeting held at Shire Hall, Hertford on 13 January 1875, the Reverend F Burnside (Rector of Hertingfordbury) presented a scheme that would provide a convalescent home for the poor of the county. On Thursday 28 October 1880 the Hertfordshire Seaside Convalescent Home at St. Leonards-on-sea, Sussex was formally opened by Her Royal Highness Princess Christian. The money for the scheme had been provided by voluntary subscriptions by the people of Hertfordshire. The home received people for periods of convalescence and recuperative holidays. It was a non-profit making charity run by a voluntary committee and was not part of the National Health Service. In 1982 the home was sold and the money remaining was invested and used to send convalescents to appropriate surroundings under the Hertfordshire Convalescent Trust.

 

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See you all again in Pictures 32, coming soon.

 

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