Portadown Various Photos P4

Edward Street, showing on the left the offices of R.M.Cullen Solicitors, opposite is the Carnegie Library, early 1900's.  

The funeral of some notable person passing through Market Street in the 1930's.

Note the white bill-board on gable wall at right of photo, this was the entrance to Fowlers Entry, locally known as The Orange Cage.

The tallest building, centre, was 'The Home Stores'

1950's Bridge Street. Lorry loaded with carboy's,  The gap between the terrace houses was the entrance to Francis Street. This was a part of the Marley Estate.

1950's Edward Street, Montgomery's delivery lorry outside their shop on the corner of Edward/High Street. The little plaque on wall at extreme left of photo says 'Joan Grey Photographic Studio'

The building in background is 'The Bank of Ireland' in High Street.

Flanagan's shop at 125 West Street.

This was on the corner of West Street and Little West Street, just at the entrance to the Pork Market.



Late 1950's

Local mourners entering St. Mark's Church for funeral service.

Some names there, Bob Heathwood, builder, Bob Williamson, one time Mayor, Andy Camblin, councilor, Mr. McGowan, Town Clerk, Mr. Turner of Woodside Hill.

Background shows, The Home Stores, Tower Ice Cream and West End Chemist.



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