Pilot Street, Belfast, Co. Antrim

Pilot Street lies in what was once the historic Sailortown area of Belfast by the docks. Today, the area is unrecognisable due to extensive redevelopment.

Pilot Street

Belfast

Co. Antrim

United Kingdom

Pilot Street in 1943

The following information is taken from the 1943 Belfast Street Directory.

Number First Name(s) Last Name Occupation
5 Eliza Jane Quinn
7 Mrs. M Maxwell
9 Vacant
11 William Bohan Labourer
13 Mrs. Mary Mullan
15 Patrick O'Neill Cooper
15a JJ McGreevy Labourer
17 Mrs. Ellen Scott
19 Frank Quinn Labourer
21 L McGuigan Moulder
23 Mrs. Smith
25 Vacant
27 Daniel Quinn Labourer
29 Patrick Tinsley Stevedore
31 James Osborne
33 J&C Walls Commercial Agents
35 Patrick Mullan
37 Mrs. M Jaureguiberry
39 Patrick O'Reilly Dealer
41-47 Thomas Flood Stevedore
49 William Doherty Labourer
51 James Cushanan
53 James Power Labourer
55 William John Brunton
57 John McHugh Publican
59 James Killen Labourer
61 S Cushanan Seaman
63-65 Stores
67 Seamen's Junior Public Elementary School
69 AS Davidson Coal Depot
2-14 Vacant
16-18 Northern Storage and Distributing Co.
22 Patrick Kelly Publican
24-30 Northern Ireland Wool Control
32-36 James Clow and Co. Ltd.
38 St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Presbytery
38a Hughes, Dickson and Co. Ltd. Stores
40 Peter Ward Seaman
42 F McGuigan Labourer
44a AW Hamilton and Co. Engineers
50 P Maguire Publican
52-54 Joseph Donnelly Publican

Places of Interest

The following places will be of interest to anyone wishing to explore more of the street's World War Two heritage.

Map showing Seamen’s Junior Public Elementary School, Pilot Street, Belfast, Co. Antrim

Seamen’s Junior Public Elementary School, Pilot Street, Belfast, Co. Antrim

67 Pilot Street, Belfast, Co. Antrim

Nothing remains of the Seamen's Junior Public Elementary School in Pilot Street, North Belfast. Extensive redevelopment destroyed much of old Sailortown.

References

Lennon Wylie

Categories

North Belfast