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Newington Road

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Main Period: Victorian

Newington Road, July 2020

Leadlight apparent at No’s 44, 55, 82, 93, 105, 106, 108, 114 & 122

Newington Road appears as Emily Street as early as 1869 and still appeared as Emily Street till the 1880’s. Sometime before 1903 most of the street had been named Newington Road. This clearly shows the influence of Newington College. Newington House was established in 1863 at Silverwater and moved to Stanmore in 1880 after the construction of the Founders Building.

The subdivision plans on the right show the change in the name of the street and provide an indication of the times when the houses were constructed.

1875 (c.) 24 valuable allotments - Cowpe
1881 - Building sites, Stanmore - Agar S
Valuable Allotments 1875
1869 Sketch plan Marrickville area] - Em
Sketch Plan, Emily Street 1869.
1875  Choice villa sites, Stanmore - Emi
Choice Villa Sites, 1875.
1903 Wellington Estate, Stanmore, Adjoin
1875 (c.) Central subdivision, Stanmore
1876 Reids Subdivision of Lots 17, 18, 1
Reid's Subdivision 1876
Central Subdivision 1875
1908 Wellington Estate, Stanmore, Adjoin
Building Sites 1881
1909 Wellington Estate, Stanmore, Adjoin
Wellington Estate 1903
Wellington Estate 1908
Wellington Estate 1909

Newington Road

Number 44 is a late -Victorian two storey terrace (c.1888) with some reproduction leadlight in the front door panel.

No 44 Newington Road Front Door
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