Website compiled by Jim Lyttle of Portadown, now well over one thousand old photographs of our town, hope you enjoy viewing.

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Dedicated to Granda Tom Weir 1884-1968  Born and bred in Portadown

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Updated 12th. September 2014

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The main menu below is getting a bit on the large size, check out the first 'Sub Menu' Lots more there.      Jim.  

"Record it before you forget it, remember, in just two days, tomorrow will be yesterday"

Sub Menu  -  Lots more here.

YouTube Links.  Festival of Britain 1951 + Coronation 1953 +  Granting of Royal Charter to Portadown 1947

Victor Gordon's Portadown Times article on 70 years of McKeever family History  NEW

Street Directory 1959 and Householders Alphabetical List 1959

Street Directory 1910

Sprott Collection, with appreciation to Mr. Victor Mullen. Photos from 1850.

Portadown Various Photos

More Various Portadown Photos

Old Postcards of Portadown  

Sam McGredy - Sam McGredy Royal Nurseries Portadown. A loss to our town, a gain to New Zealand.

Mervyn Heatley's collection.  Coronation Celebrations 1953 plus others of the period including Governors Visit and unveiling plaque at Killycomain Estate 1954.

Webb Collection, photographs taken of Portadown by the late David Webb during the 1960's.

Tunnel area and surrounding streets, photos of locals including St. Anthony's football team.

Errol McCrory Collection.

Help Find People & Places, appeals from abroad

'Portadown Today' Photos of town centre in 2001, also a page showing typical modern housing.

  Country Comes To Town 2001and 2002.  A great day organized by the Birches Community Association and Birches Vintage and Classic Car Club.

A new historical book on The Birches, Tartaraghan, Milltown, Maghery, and the south Lough Neagh Hinterland.  Greatly appreciated by genealogists.

Ballyoran Primary School

Church Street P. School

Clounagh J.H. School

Derryhale School

Derrylard School

Drumgoose PS School

Edenderry School

Hart Memorial School

Killycomain J. H.  School

Park Road Junior School

Portadown College Photos.  A huge section covering over fifty years of Rugby and Hockey Teams since 1921.  Also a link to PC Alumni site.

Presentation Convent Primary School

Richmount Primary School

St. Columba's Boys School and Curran Street School.

Thomas Street School

Old Technical College, Armagh Road

The Tiny Tots 1951 & The Bright Spots

Rotary Club Past Presidents Since 1936

Inner Wheel

Junior Chamber of Commerce.

Girl Guides & Brownies in Portadown

2nd. Portadown Scout Troop, Edenderry

Rugby Club

Golf Club

Football Club

Portadown Cricket Club

Laurelvale - Cricket and the Vales most famous son. + School

Male Voice Choir

Ladies Choir

Portadown Catholic Dramatic Society 

St. Mary's Hall and associated groups.

St. Mark's Church Photos.

Thomas Street Methodist Church Photos.

Drumcree Church Photos.

Marley Estate and Residents 1930's

Regal Cinema

Wade (Ireland) Portadown

Famous Portadown Artists. Lamb - Skelton

Corcrain and the Flemings, 1930's-50's by Sally Woods

David (Sprick) McCracken.  As Remembered by John Allen, a contemporary

Harry Foy's books, 'Growing up in Portadown in the Thirties and Forties' and  next link;

'Memories' Portadown by Harry Foy

Bertie Martin on Woodhouse Street, It's past and it's people.  Also article on Portadown Drama Circle

Charles Street/Charlie's Walls or Dawson's Row during the 1800's. Now the site of Corcrain Housing Estate.

Moses Teggart. The Poet of The Boglands.  Plus Dr. John Wright's anthology on Moses.

History of Portadown as written by George Henry Bassett in 1888. 

V-E Day in Portadown 1945

War Memorial. All the names of the men and women of Portadown and neighbourhood who gave their lives in past Wars.

Cars in Portadown 1956

Maps of Portadown

Links

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