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Railway Heading East Out Of Newport High Street Station

The level crossing was the main way out of Newport northwards via Thomas Street. The white arrow points to the old prison in Mill Street, known as the clock house. It took this name from the old Clock House which DID have a clock. Note Brunel's...

Newport Looking North-West

Looking up Commercial Street towards its junction with High Street on the right and Bridge Street and Stow Hill on the left. The building in the mid-distance is that of one of the principal banks, and here is the chief town centre. In the background ...

Buildings in High Street

The road to the right of picture runing down the side of the Evening Post building was Exchange Road. It continued around the back of the buildings to meet Thomas Street. (Photo from "Who's Who In Newport" 1920.)

Savoy Buildings and General Post Office High Street.

(Photo from "Who's Who In Newport" 1920.)

High Street Looking Towards The Westgate Hotel

(Photo from "Who's Who In Newport" 1920.)

Railway Station Approach

(Photo from "Who's Who In Newport" 1920.)

High Street As It Appears On Emerging From The Station Approach

(Photo from "Who's Who In Newport" 1920.)

Old Post Office And Corn Exchange, High Street, 1892

Corn Exchange with Clock Tower, also the Post Office in High Street opened August 1844. Many changes have taken place since 1892, the year this photograph was taken. (Photo and text from "Who's Who In Newport" 1920.)

E. Fennell & Sons, Fishmongers. 11 High Street.

Proprietors of the Severn Salmon Fisheries. Fruiterers, Poultry and Game salesmen. Importers of Norwegian Ice. 11, High Street, Newport, opposite the Post Office & Great Western Railway Station. Telegrams: "Fennell Newport." Telephones: National No. ...

National Provincial Bank Of England Limited

On the junction of High Street and Bridge Street. (Photo from Johns's Newport Directory 1911.)