Photographs bring history to life, and these fascinating and in some cases rare images are no exception.
Note that these are only low-resolution images and hence unsuitable for printing off for a wall picture or poster. Higher resolution images of all these photographs are available from Bailiffgate Museum. Just use the contact us option on the website to state your interest.( A contribution to museum funds will be invited to offset the cost of preparing your image).
WW1 Alnwick Camp 7
Alnwick Camp convalescent hospital later in the war. Flower beds were planted to make the surroundings more pleasant and to provide gardening activities for the convalescents....
WW1 : Women 1
Alnwick and District in the Great War. Women were recruited to many jobs they previously had not done. Here is a young woman porter at Wooperton Station on the Alnwick to Cornhill line....
Craster Views 7
Craster harbour in the 1930s. The structure at the end of the south pier was used to store stone from Craster quarry ready for loading into ships. It was built in 1913 and demolished in the late 1930s....
Postcard of Alnmouth fishermen early 1900s. Left to right front row are William Brown, Harry Brown, John Brown and Jack Stewart. To the rear are men of the Earls and Richardson families....