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Bridge Street

Just before the properties on the left were demolished. (Photo from a pivate collection.)

Bridge Street

The properties on the right - soon to be demolished - are closed and some boarded up. The pub just beyond Depot Street is the New Bridge Inn. (Photo from a pivate collection.)

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 ...

The Queens Hotel and the Lyceum Theatre

View up Bridge Street with the Lyceum Theatre on the right and a portion of the Queens Hotel on the left. (Photo from "Who's Who In Newport" 1920.)

May Day Show And Horse Parade

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

National Provincial Bank Of England Limited

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

London City and Midland Bank Limited, Bridge Street.

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

Davies Music Stores, 68 Bridge Street

Up to date music stores. 68 Bridge Street, Market Arcade and Pump Street. Nat. Tel. 828. Davies will tune your piano from 3/6. Davies will take your piano in exchange or buy it. Davies will sell you a piano fron 2/6 a week. Davies will arrange ...

Queen's Square

(Photo from Johns's Newport Directory 1928)

Cambrian Road From The Railway Station

Postcard - maker unknown. An unusual postcard view of Cambrian Road.