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Sheffield Road, Whittington Moor, Chesterfield, c 1910

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:Chesterfield, Whittington Moor
:Sheffield Road
:Sheffield Road, Whittington Moor, Chesterfield, c 1910
:c 1910
:Huson, John
:John Manning
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Looking north on Sheffield Road at Whittington Moor. Queen Street goes off to the right just in front of the large building on the left-hand side of the picture, while the similar junction with Foundry Street is just to the rear of the photographer. At some point around the time of the First World War, or perhaps a little later, all the buildings seen here - apart from the two over to the left - were demolished and replaced by a pub called 'The Travellers Rest' and a new row of shops.

Image taken by John Huson. John was a keen semi-professional photographer who died in 1941 and, it is believed, was company secretary at Pearson's Pottery.

Picture the Past would like to thank John Cuttriss for prompting a re-appraisal of the original incorrect caption to this photo.