BRIDGE STREET (South Side) Nos 59 & 61 (formerly listed as No 1 Bridge End) II

Forms a rounded comer to Bridge End. 2 storeys. Early C19. No 61 has a Victorian shop front with a

dentilled cornice, No 59 has a similar doorway. 6 12-ported sash windows on each floor, with a stone band

below 1st floor windows.


Originally 2 houses possibly one with a shop  later converted horizontally into flats the ground floor converted into a public house in 19??.


The first floor flat has fine plaster cornices and doors curved to follow the bowed wall.


Features in the well known Lowry painting of 1938 at which time No 59  was a boarding house

Plan showing the horizontal conversion to flats

Advertisement from 1939 guidebook to Berwick


No 59

2010                       Private dwelling Mrs T Bennett

1939                       Lodging House Mrs S B Young

1929,25                  Wholesale Draper James S Clements & Bridge End

1910,06                  Private Henry Lindsay Christson

1901census            In occupation

1891census            Grocer & Wine Merchant Henry Lindsay Christison also listed 1897,1891,87,81,79,73   


No 61

2010                         Public  House  Barrels Ale House

2000                         Public  House  Barrels Ale House. Mark Dixon