Life on the Brickgarth housing estate, Easington Lane

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When: 01 January 1960

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A view of the old Brickgarth housing estate, Easington Lane, mid 20th Century (TWAM ref. 220).

These images are part of a small series of photographs produced and accumulated by Hetton Urban District Council. The Council was established in 1895 under the Local Government Act 1894. The district included Hetton-le-Hole, Hetton Downs, Easington Lane, East Rainton and Moorsley. It was abolished in 1974 when the area became part of Sunderland Metropolitan Borough (later City) Council.

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    mariamanray

    • 21/Apr/2016 09:01:51

    The good old days when people talked to the people next door.

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    A.Davey

    • 21/Apr/2016 12:39:26

    Not for them paving, sidewalks, trees, windows and who knows what else.