Aerial view of Barrington Mall, Barrington Park and surrounding houses. Barrington Street is to the left of the Mall with Simone Street on the right.
Places Looking down the drive towards Somerfield Street. There was a tennis court at the back of the section where many tennis parties were held.
Looking down the drive towards Somerfield Street. There was a tennis court at the back of the section where many tennis parties were held.
Exterior view of St Nicholas church, Barrington Street, Spreydon.
Sign on the book return slot at Spreydon Library, Barrington Street.
Exterior of the former grocer, converted into a residential house at 302 Barrington Street on the corner with Wychbury Street in Spreydon.
Upper storey being added to house built by my grandfather Billy Winsor. There are now several houses built on the front of the section, which has been landscaped with a "Monet" bridge and rockery.
Powerlines and pole outside houses on Barrington Street.
A group of Vogue Theatre staff in the projection room at 256 Barrington Street in Spreydon. Pictured are, from left, Mrs O. Cooper, Mrs N. Wheeler, Mrs J. Harry, Mr Ian Blyth, and Mr G. Richards.
Exterior of the Vogue Theatre at 256 Barrington Street in Spreydon shortly before its closure.
Exterior of Spreydon Library shortly prior to being opened on Barrington Street.
Construction of framing on the site of Spreydon Library at 266 Barrington Street.
Built by my grandfather Billy Winsor, who had an expert stone mason working for him at the time. Rock from the Halswell Quarry was used often in his houses.
Exterior of the former grocer, converted into a residential house at 392 Barrington Street on the corner with Howard Street in Spreydon.
Scenes of the exterior of a Barrington Street chemist in Spreydon following a car crashing into the front window.