Bishop's Close Street
Bishop’s Close Street was the location of the family ‘two up two down house’ and was surrounded by a railway embankment, the iron works, the gas works and a slag heap. 33 Bishops Close St. was the venue for Melvyn Bragg’s first documentary for BBC TV in 1963. The house is being re-created at Beamish Museum as part of the 1950s town development.
Printed Dimensions: 25.2cm x 17.8cm.
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