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Information - Hidden Living quarters/live stock housings? stockton on tees

Discussion in 'Residential Sites' started by spring heeled jack, Sep 26, 2016.


any one got any history on this place ? info on gloucester house stockton on tees

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  1. spring heeled jack

    spring heeled jack 28DL Full Member
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    Mar 24, 2015
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    i recently worked in gloucester house ,stockton-on-tees.i was plastering office space out. i was informed of an subterranean underground dwelling/Street left more or less untouched. Having visited it quite a few time to carry out work including firebording structural steels i'm guessing it was only used for storage and possibly live stock storage. Its reasonably close to the old cattle market area of stockton (long since gone) i'm informed. apparently the 'street' had access to the street above although i could only see one possible route. i'd totally forgot about the place until yesterday when it was reported in the local gazzete http://www.gazettelive.co.uk/news/t...covered-underground-11930436#ICID-FB-Gaz-main. Many theories have arisen as to what it is /was 'old street built over by gloucester house' to 'small dwelling's for servants' with access tunnels (apparently stockton is littered with subterranean tunnels.some leading down to the river and beyond) above road level. . my theory is its just storage with maybe small quarters for servants. But there does seem to be a lack of info out there on the good old internet. Either way quite a quirky interesting place that not many people have seen. i have some personal pictures but new to this site and struggling to upload

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  2. dave

    dave 28DL Regular User
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    Apr 7, 2007
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    There was a clip on last nights local BBC news about it (Look North) worth finding out more i reckon.
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