11 Wendron Street, Helston, about 1890
A stereoscopic photograph of Wendron Street, Helston, about 1890. A group of "Granpa, Mother, Grandma, Auntie, Father" and their dog are pictured outside Dudley's and No 11 Wendron Street, which was their family home.
Wendron Street, Helston, about 1880
Wendron Street, Helston, looking downhill to Coinagehall Street, about 1880. There are many people, mostly children, out on the street to have their photograph taken. Note that the Cornish Bank on the corner of Market Place and Wendron Street has not yet been built.
Baptist Chapel, Helston, about 1900
Interior of the Baptist Chapel, Wendron Street, Helston which is now, in 2017, Helston Flora Cinema by W M Harrison, Falmouth. The foundation stone was laid on 11th May, 1836. The chapel was 70 feet long, 40 feet wide, designed by Sambull, Truro and built by Simon Lugg, Mawgan. It was formally opened on 8th November, 1837 and closed in 1901.
Birth Place of Bob Fitzsimmons, Helston, about 1960
61 Wendron Street, Helston, the birth place of Bob Fitzsimmons on May 26th 1863. Bob Fitzsimmons emigrated with his family to New Zealand in 1873 and became a world class boxer. Photograph by Wallace A S Fuggle of Helston, taken around 1960.
R Lory's Cycle Depot, Helston, early 1900s
R Lory's Cycle Depot at 16 Wendron Street, Helston, taken in the early 1900s. Six men and boys are posing outside the shop with their bicycles.