OLD EAST STONEHOUSE . UK
www.oldeaststonehouse.uk
 

  Brian Moseley, Plymouth
Webpage created: April 18, 2021
Webpage updated: May 28, 2021

 
OLD EAST STONEHOUSE.UK
 

ROADS AND STREETS IN OLD EAST STONEHOUSE

UNION STREET

The junction of Union Street with Battery Street is behind the photographer
in this scene looking eastwards along Union Street.
Note the Grand Theatre and Grand Theatre Hotel on the left.
From a postcard.

Union Street, East Stonehouse, was a continuation of Union Street, Plymouth, until it became Edgcumbe Street at its western end, adjoining Stonehouse Bridge.

Looking from Union Street, East Stonehouse, eastwards to the New Palace Theatre in Union Street, Plymouth.
An unusual view showing the shops on the south side.
From a postcard.

There were a few prominent buildings in Union Street, East Stonehouse.  The Stonehouse Social Club stood at number 5 but is missing from the photograph above, as is number 9.  The Stonehouse Branch Post Office stood at number 13; the Prince Arthur Public House at number 15; the Ebenezer Baptist Chapel next to it; the Madeira House Public House at number 26 and the Royal Sovereign Public House at number 39 on the corner with Battery Street.  Between Battery Street and the boundary at Manor Street were the Grand Theatre and Grand Theatre Hotel.

The Methodist Chapel on the extreme left of this picture was in Edgcumbe Street.
Next to it was Brownlow Street.
Numbers 1 to 7 Union Street, East Stonehouse, are in the centre of the picture, the end building in the row being the Criterion Inn.
City of Plymouth Museum and Art Gallery.