During planning Newton Aycliffe, deliberate shopping wards were created, simply named Ward A and Ward B. A was designated 11 shops on a curved side of the road(Neville Parade), and B, the smaller with 7 (Simpasture Gate). This photo is of Ward A.
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New towns--Great Britain; Cities and Towns -- New Towns; Storefronts
Smolski, Chester, "Newton Aycliffe: Shops" (1968). Browse All. 1135.
new town, towns, community interests, housing