Rugby. Albert Street

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Date:1900

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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1880s
Rugby.  Albert Street
Rugby. Albert Street

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

1900s
Rugby.  Albert Street/Regent Place
Rugby. Albert Street/Regent Place

Corner of Albert Street and Regent Place, Rugby. The "Moat" commercial and refreshment ...

1930s
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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