Napton on the Hill. The Poplars.

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Date:1909 - 1911 (c.)

Description:The Poplars - a line of terraced cottages amongst fields and allotments; children and some of the occupants are standing outside; washing on the line. This road was originally called Brickyards Lane. c.1910 [Nos. 1-6 were 6 council houses, which leads to Brickyard Road. These were built by the former Southam Rural District Council.]


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1890s
Napton on the Hill.  Rose Cottage, Howcombe Hill
Napton on the Hill. Rose Cottage, Howcombe Hill

Mr Allsop with his pony and trap in front of Rose Cottage, Howcombe Hill (now Lane), ...

1910s
Napton on the Hill.  Co-operative Society Shop
Napton on the Hill. Co-operative Society Shop

Co-operative Society shop with adjoining cottage. 1910s

1930s
Napton on the Hill.  Village street
Napton on the Hill. Village street

A village street, Napton on the Hill. 1930s [View looking up Hackwell Street.]

1950s
Napton on the Hill.  Green
Napton on the Hill. Green

The Green, Napton on the Hill, showing a lorry in the foreground. 1950s

1970s
Napton Hill Quarry.
Napton Hill Quarry.

Marlstone rock bed, Middle Lias, Jurassic at Napton Hill Quarry. 1970s

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