These photographs were taken in the late 1950s and were donated to our Archive by Jim Alexander, a former Councillor for the City of Berwick. They show Hallam, before suburbanization when it was still mainly rural.
This is thought to have been taken in 1957 and is labelled 'From Frawley Road, looking north'
Same view as above from Frawley Road but looking north to north west, also most likely 1957.
Phil Key's new house, looking from Frawley Road, 1958. The house is now on the corner of Kilberry Crescent and Cressonierre Court, even though these streets were built later as I have a 1963 aerial photograph and the land hadn't been subdivided, so this house originally had a driveway off Frawley Road. According to Google Earth, the house is still there.
As above, construction of Phil Key's house in 1958.
This is Phil Key's house, looking south to south east, 1958. The white farm house, behind Mr Key's house, is described as Frawley's house. In the top right hand corner of the photo is a two storey building, most likely the Hallam Hotel.
Labelled as 'Near Frawley road, looking north to north east' 1957
Labelled as 'Looking towards Frawley Road, 1958'