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Petersham Street - Lenton



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Photographs
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Photograph courtesy of Rashpal Sahota.

 

Photograph courtesy of Lenton Local History Society

 

Photograph courtesy of Lenton Local History Society

 

 

Harjit Sahota posing for his photograph on Petersham Street in the early 1970s.  The black van is parked on Grove Road and to its left is the junction with Hungerton Street with Abbey Bridge passing over the top of it.

 

Peter Holland took this shot of Petersham Street in 1978. The properties all came down in the early 1980s and were later replaced by the present housing development known as Petersham Mews.  In the far distance is the Royal Ordnance factory, over in The Meadows, which is also now no more.

 

This picture postcard No. 180a in the 'Clumber' series shows a view of the Nottingham Canal.  On the right are the end properties of Petersham Street and to their left the bridge which carries the railway line over the canal.  The postcard was posted to an address in Radford in December 1907.

 

 

 

 

 

Photograph by Paul Bexon - December 2007

 

 

 

 

 

 

The same stretch of canal as in the picture postcard but showing the canal-side properties now making up part of Petersham Mews - photograph taken in 2007.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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