Alcester. Appears to be a temporary Post Office

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Date:1940 - 1949 (c.)

Description:Appears to be a temporary war time Post Office in Alcester Town Hall during World War II. 1940s


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1900s
Alcester.  Baptist Free Church
Alcester. Baptist Free Church

Henley Street, Baptist Free Church, with a group of children with pram, standing ...

1920s
Alcester.  Celebrations by The Town hall
Alcester. Celebrations by The Town hall

Celebrations beside the Town Hall, Alcester. 1900s

1950s
Alcester.  Butter Street
Alcester. Butter Street

Shops in Butter Street, showing a woman pushing a pram and the Old butter market ...

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Source: Heritage and Culture Warwickshire, Warwickshire County Council

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