Rugby. Albert Street

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Description:House in Albert Street, Rugby, which became the Head Post Office from 1901 until 1934, and was built in 1855. 1900.

Maid at upstairs window.


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Rugby.  Albert Street
Rugby. Albert Street

Cattle being driven to market, Albert Street, Rugby. 1880s

Rugby.  Albert Street
Rugby. Albert Street

Two little girls deep in conversation, Albert Street, Rugby. 1901

Rugby.  Collapse of shop building
Rugby. Collapse of shop building

Collapse of A & D Maggott's shop in Albert Street, Rugby. 1936 See Rugby Advertiser ...

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Source: Heritage and Culture Warwickshire, Warwickshire County Council

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