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Promenade & Sands, Redcar

Promenade & Sands, Redcar

The title of this postcard view of Redcar sands is postmarked 21st May 1917. However the dress of the participants in the scene are probably pre World War I.
Image courtesy of John G. Hannah.

Cleveland Grammar School, Redcar

Cleveland Grammar School, Redcar

Our Aero Films postcard view of Cleveland Grammar School is from the 1960’s.
Image courtesy of a friend of the ECIA.

Redcar High Street

The Queen’s Hotel on the High Street, now long gone, can anybody remember when?
Image courtesy of Olive Bennett.

Cliff House, Marske

Post marked 1914, this postcard view produced by J. Nelson of Marske; shows Cliff House. Built in 1844 by Joseph Pease as a summer residence; (he owned Upleatham Mines) and father of Henry Pease, it is now a retirement home.
Image courtesy of Olive Bennett, thanks to Jackie Farrell Barnett for the update.

High Street, Marske

High Street, Marske

Another Nelson of Marske, postcard view of the upper High Street; again postmarked 1914.
Image courtesy of Olive Bennett.

National Provincial Bank, Redcar

National Provincial Bank, Redcar

Now familiarly known as the Natwest, the bank still stands in the same situation on Redcar High Street. The image is from a ‘Sepiatone’ postcard dating from the early 20th century.
Image courtesy of Olive Bennett.

Early days at Redcar

Early days at Redcar

A view of Redcar seafront, possibly before the promenade was built in the 1880’s.
Image courtesy of a supporter of the Archive.

Ship Inn at Marske

Ship Inn  at Marske

The Ship Inn at Marske dominates the approach of the coast road from Redcar. It is situated at the point where Marske High Street veers down into the valley area towards the beach.
Image courtesy of a supporter of the Archive.

Promenading at Redcar

Promenading at Redcar

A further view, possibly even earlier in the 20th century than our other view.
Image courtesy of a supporter of the Archive

Redcar Sands and Promenade

Redcar Sands and Promenade

A view of the bandstand on Redcar promenade from the days when people dressed to go an walk along the ‘prom’!
Image courtesy of a supporter of the Archive.