Ref: B30 *
Ref: B30 *

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“A Fish Stall at Whitby”
Nelly Backhouse (second from left), owned this fish stall which was situated on the New Quay. Nelly is talking to Eleanor Locker and looking on, with her back to the camera, is Eliza Cummins. The lady third from the right is Hannah Wastel.
In the background you can see Tin Ghaut and St. Michael’s School which were demolished in the late 1950's early 1960's.
Taken circa 1890 by Frank Meadow Sutcliffe, Hon.F.R.P.S. (1853-1941)

Ref: B30 *

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“A Fish Stall at Whitby”
Nelly Backhouse (second from left), owned this fish stall which was situated on the New Quay. Nelly is talking to Eleanor Locker and looking on, with her back to the camera, is Eliza Cummins. The lady third from the right is Hannah Wastel.
In the background you can see Tin Ghaut and St. Michael’s School which were demolished in the late 1950's early 1960's.
Taken circa 1890 by Frank Meadow Sutcliffe, Hon.F.R.P.S. (1853-1941)