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Darlington, Union Row Mission, band
Band, possibly Boys Brigade, outside Union Row Mission, Johnson's cabinet makers and undertakers in background. Union Row was the former name for that part of King Street from the Old English Gentleman public house up to the junction with Union Street. The remainder of the street up to the junction with Gladstone Street was called Queen Street. About 1930 the whole was renamed King Street.
You can see a history of Darlington
at the Keys to the Past website.
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) website provides access to a complete record of archaeological and historical sites in County Durham and Northumberland.
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