Aerial view of Stevenage 1958

By Pauline Maryan

Aerial view of Stevenage 1958
Stevenage Museum P12791

Viewed from the north east, across the Old Town in the foreground, Bedwell in the centre, and Shephall in the distance. The railway line is in the lower right corner.

This page was added on 18/02/2011.

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  • I came across some steps and remains of a wall in Stith wood just behind the new mosque. Any idea what this was?

    [Perhaps you mean Sishes Wood? Asking for information about a non-existent place on a post with an aerial view of the whole town might not be the best way to learn something so particular. Ed.]

    By David Tucker (15/04/2021)
  • North is at 8 o’clock.

    By Graham Fraser-Andrews (26/04/2018)
  • I am really impressed with this site and the way stevenage was when parts of stevenage were beginning to get developed.I have browsed this site and found out some thing’s I never knew.My two sisters and brother were bought up at the hyde.I always wondered how long had the oval been built.Now I know thanks to this site.I lived up that end for a few years and loved it.

    By John lingley (05/03/2011)