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New Marske History

The First To Settle

Gurney Street 1881

Dale Street 1881

Arthur Terrace 1881

Zetland Terrace 1881

Dundas Terrace 1881

Dundas Street 1881

Charles Street 1881

Cliff Street 1881

West Terrace 1881

Top Of West Terrace 1881

Stable Cottages 1881

Upleatham Mine

St. Thomas's Church

Institute Club

People In Pictures

New Marske Band

Village Shops

Days Out

At The Allotment

Down The Line

The Yorkshire Lass

Rock The Lass

Weddings

In Errington woods

The Methodist Church

War Years

Sporting Teams

The Old School

A Bit Of A Do

*New and Updated*

Local History Links

*** Thankyou ***

**To Contact Me**

The Old Iron Chapel

Verses and Poems

Posters and Adverts

Humour

Local Pits

Memoirs

The Hill Run

Boys Brigade

Girl Guides

Errington Schools

Local Towns

In The Papers

Pear Tree Cottage

'Lambs War'

Fever Hostpital

Upleatham Village

Mine Walk 2009

Black & White To Colour

1964 Aerial Photo's

New Marske Books & Publications.

New Marske Harriers

House and Rent Details

How It Used To Be !

Soap Well Lodge

Longbeck Lane

Mine Walk May 2010

Gurney Street 1901

Zetland Terrace 1901

Dundas Terrace 1901

Dundas Street 1901

Charles Street 1901

Cliff Street 1901

West Terrace 1901

Stable Cottages 1901

Arthur Terrace 1901

Dale Street 1901

Pease Family

The Great War 1914 - 1918

World War 2 1939 - 1945

Message Board

Guestbook

Mail Form

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New Marske History - Still Looking Back

PINCHERS CROSSING 1920'S

In The 1980's a book was published entitled 'New
Marske Looking Back' this was written and compiled by the late Ena Holloway and the Rev Alan Hughes.The book is now sadly out of print, but can be found in most libaries.

My aim is to build up this site and gather as much information as i can on the History Of New Marske, provided by the folk of New Marske.

Its the photo's from the villager,s that count - a true reflection of New Marske life.


With the discovery of ironstone in the hills in the 1850's and the undertaking of mining it out, properties were built to house the miners hence New Marske was born, prior to this building the land was all farmland, the main villages been Marske By The Sea and Upleatham .

Due to the mining taking place before New Marske was built the mines were named after the nearest village, Upleatham - as the miners "hacked out the iron" the village grew .

The above photo shows the 'crossing' from the mine .The rail line led all the way down "Black Loddin" -(modern day Pontac Road) to the main Redcar - Saltburn branch line .At the end of of what we now call the line the loaded trucks of iron ore were diverted to Warrenby Ironworks.

The mine finally closed in 1923 so this photo preceeds this date - note the old school house and school including round towers on the roof,if anyone remembers when the school lost its towers please let me know.

On this site you will find many a photo that was not published in the original book,many of which are from people's personnel collections.

These are the type of picture's that i am sourcing - typical village life in the history of New Marske.

We Are Still Looking Back.

As i found out whilst doing my family tree research 'Without Asking, The Stories Are Left Untold'.

Photographs contained in this website are the copyright of Mike Holliday and the contributer.



















!! PHOTOGRAPHS WANTED !!

If you have the sort of photos that will be of public interest in the History Of New Marske, and you feel comfortable in sending them in for all to see - please see ' Contact Me'.

All emails will be answered in strict confidence -and i respond to all.

Many thanks

Mike Holliday

site admin

''GUESTBOOK ENTRIES''

Thankyou all for your kind words of encouragement and information on your New Marske family ties and connections - very much appreciated indeed. - KEEP 'EM COMING !

BUT - If you make an entry please make sure you check in your own email inbox, please complete the 'validation' form - in this your message will appear for all to see and read on the site Guestbook.

Again many thanks Mike

Site Admin

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New Marske History |The First To Settle |Gurney Street 1881 |Dale Street 1881 |Arthur Terrace 1881 |Zetland Terrace 1881 |Dundas Terrace 1881 |Dundas Street 1881 |Charles Street 1881 |Cliff Street 1881 |West Terrace 1881 |Top Of West Terrace 1881 |Stable Cottages 1881 |Upleatham Mine |St. Thomas's Church |Institute Club |People In Pictures |New Marske Band |Village Shops |Days Out |At The Allotment |Down The Line |The Yorkshire Lass |Rock The Lass |Weddings |In Errington woods |The Methodist Church |War Years |Sporting Teams |The Old School |A Bit Of A Do |*New and Updated* | Local History Links |*** Thankyou *** |**To Contact Me** |The Old Iron Chapel |Verses and Poems |Posters and Adverts |Humour |Local Pits |Memoirs |The Hill Run |Boys Brigade |Girl Guides |Errington Schools |Local Towns |In The Papers |Pear Tree Cottage |'Lambs War' |Fever Hostpital |Upleatham Village |Mine Walk 2009 |Black & White To Colour |1964 Aerial Photo's |New Marske Books & Publications. |New Marske Harriers |House and Rent Details |How It Used To Be ! |Soap Well Lodge |Longbeck Lane |Mine Walk May 2010 |Gurney Street 1901 |Zetland Terrace 1901 |Dundas Terrace 1901 |Dundas Street 1901 |Charles Street 1901 |Cliff Street 1901 |West Terrace 1901 |Stable Cottages 1901 |Arthur Terrace 1901 |Dale Street 1901 |Pease Family |The Great War 1914 - 1918 |World War 2 1939 - 1945 |Message Board |Guestbook |Mail Form