List number: 1139857
List grade: 2
Grid ref: NZ4403720004
Post code: TS19 0SR

Spark's Daylight Bakery, Stockton-on-Tees


Spark's Daylight Bakery on Bishopton Avenue in Stockton-on-Tees was built in 1938. The Art Deco style building by Kitching & Co. of Middlesbrough was built for Ralph Spark & Sons. Ltd. It incorporated a bakers and company offices. Hot air from the bakery was used to heat the rest of the building through special ducts.[1] The bakery closed in 1985. Most of the bakery at the rear of the building was demolished, but the art deco offices were later converted to residential apartments. The building is Grade II listed.

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Spark's Daylight Bakery

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Spark's Daylight Bakery, Bishopton Avenue, Stockton-on-Tees

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The Daylight Bakery

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1938 Sparks Daylight Bakery, Stockton

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1938 Sparks Daylight Bakery, Stockton

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1938 Sparks Daylight Bakery, Stockton

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SPARKS' DAYLIGHT BAKERY - Stockton - List Entry
- "Bakery and front office building. 1938 by Kitching & Co. of Middlesborough for Ralph Spark & Sons. Cream and green glazed tiles; flat roof not visible. 2 storeys. Long building with 11 close-set windows at either side of a recessed entrance tower. Double ...

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Ralph Spark & Sons Ltd Daylight Bakery on Bishopton Avenue, Stockton-on-Tees, from the south-east, 1948
- Ralph Spark & Sons Ltd Daylight Bakery on Bishopton Avenue, Stockton-on-Tees, from the south-east, 1948. This image was marked by Aerofilms Ltd for photo editing. - Britain from Above. "You may ...

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07 - Adverts - Spark's Quality Cakes, Daylight Bakery, Stockton - Direct Carepet Ware house, Yarm Lane, Stockton - Golden Dragon and Golden Bamboo, Middlesbrough

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