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Compton Verney. Cross roads on the Fosse Way

Cross roads on the Fosse way at Compton Verney. 1900s [ A postcard is known that has a postmark dated 20th August 1906]

Atherstone. Parish fete

Musical Drill being performed by the infants at Atherstone parish fete on the lawn of a large house in July 1905. This large Victorian mansion was built in the 1860s by the Sale family. Known as The ...

Nuneaton. Coton Road

General view of a street in Nuneaton, with cars parked on both sides of the road. 1960s [formerly listed as Coventry Street. Apparently the corner of the building on the left is the Town Hall.]

Old Market Hall with Stocks

View of the old butter market, demolished 1865, with the watch house and stocks to the right of the picture.

St. John the Baptist Church

Showing west side of the church.

Radford Library (Temporary)

Women Factory Workers at Daimler

Female workers in a workshop during the First World War.

Whitley Abbey Bridge

Two men on motorcycles driving over Whitley Abbey bridge in the snow.

Wayzgoose for Coventry Printers

Group photograph of workers during an annual outing.

Walsgrave Road

Showing row of terraced housing.

Visit of George VI and Queen Elizabeth

George VI and Queen Elizabeth pose with Lord Mayor Alderman Joseph Holt and the Mayoress, Miss Kate Anderson.

Upper Precinct

View of upper precinct showing St. Michael's tower in background.

Unveiling the War Memorial

At the War Memorial Park. Earl Haigh, the Mayor Alderman Fred Lee, The Mayoress Mrs Lee and the Bishop of Coventry Dr. Lisle Carr present in photo.

Unveiling Ceremony of Foleshill War Memorial in Durbar Avenue

Crowd containing military band and individuals carrying banners watch the unveiling of Foleshill War Memorial.

Tram Overturned at Lower Ford Street Corner

Crowd of people gathered to view overturned tram. Advertisement for Coventry Sanitary Laundry on side of wall.

The Humber Works Entrance

Employees leaving the works on Folly Lane (now Humber Road) at the end of the day.

The Great Flood Spon Street

Horse and carriage driving through the flooded street.

The Godiva Cafe

View of the Godiva Café in lower precinct at night.