Smeaton Street, North Ormesby

The Worsley Arms Hotel on the left and the Salt Works at the end of the street.  (Courtesy of Cleveland County Council).

Smeaton Street. Worsley Arms & Salt Works

Smeaton Street, North Ormesby.

Smeaton Street, North Ormesby

A postcard (postmarked 31 October 1908) of Smeaton Street, North Ormesby. (Courtesy of Cleveland County Council).

Postcard of Smeaton Street, North Ormesby

An undated postcard of Smeaton Street, North Ormesby.  (Courtesy of Cleveland County Council).

Undated postcard of Smeaton Street, North Ormesby

The Holy Trinity Church. c.1900.  (Courtesy of Cleveland County Council).

Smeaton Street. Holy Trinity Church.

The Old Blacksmiths Shop, Smeaton Street, North Ormesby Road junction.  Smeaton Street School is off the right of the picture.  (Courtesy of Mr K Broomfield).

The Old Blacksmiths, Smeaton Street, North Ormesby

Smeaton Street School.  (Courtesy of Mr K Broomfield).

Smeaton Street School

Smeaton Street and the school on the right.  The photograph also shows the Eston Urban District trolley bus service and the turning circle overhead wires at terminus. (Courtesy of Mr K Broomfield).

Smeaton Street, the school and trolley bus service

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  1. In the later 1900s a great g grandfather of mine had an engineers shop ( Dickons & Walker bros ) on Atlas street north ormesby. Does anyone have any information.

  2. Hello Keith,

    We have electoral rolls, trade directories such as the Ward’s and Kelly’s, and some items relating to businesses in the area. We also pay for subscriptions to Ancestry and Find My Past, and with them you can access Census records. To use those, you would need to register for a Library card with a form of current ID containing name and address.

    Kind regards,

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