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Coleshill. Chelmsley Hill

The old Chester Road, between Castle Bromwich and Stonebridge. In the distance is Bacon's End Bridge. The lorry belonged to JB & S Lees Ltd a firm of iron founders and timber merchants in West Bromwich. ...

Coleshill. Lower High Street

Lower High Street, Coleshill. Circa 1910

Combrook. Looking towards a farm

Combrook, looking towards a farm. The lane may be flooded. 1930s

Curdworth. Lorry and workmen

Road maintenance with lorry and workmen, Curdworth. 1930s

Ditcher's shovel

This is a typical wooden ditcher's shovel. The wrought-iron blade bears an indistinct maker's name. It is British and dates from 1850 to 1900. Height 143mm, Length 920mm, Width 270mm

Dordon. Coppice Corner

Group of people standing at the cross roads at Coppice Corner. On the right of the picture there is a large steel cable supporting the telegraph pole. 1900s

Dordon. Watling Street

Watling Street in Dordon. 1910s

Dunchurch. Coventry Road

The Coventry Road into Dunchurch with its distinctive pine trees lining the route. 1910s

Dunchurch. Daventry Road

The Daventry Road into Dunchurch, with telegraph posts alongside. 1898

Dunchurch. Tree lined road

Coventry Road looking east towards Dunchurch with a bus in the background. Circa 1932 [East of the present day Blue Boar flyover]

Ettington. Main street

The main street showing a parked bicycle near to Mr Allen's shop, Ettington. 1900s

Exhall, nr Alcester. Country road under snow

Exhall nr. Alcester. Country road under snow. Motor car. 1930s

Galley Common. Terraced houses

Terraced houses in, Galley Common, Nuneaton. 1930s

Galley Common. Stockingford

Terraced houses with railway track running between and motor bus on the road, Galley Common, Stockingford. 1900s

Gaydon. Crossroads

The crossroads near the Malt Shovel Inn. An AA patrolman is standing at the crossroads and an AA telephone box is to the left. 1950s

Gaydon. Ye Olde Gaydon Inn

The Olde Gaydon Inn, Banbury Road, Gaydon. 1940s


Grandborough. 1890s

Harbury. 'Best Kept Village'

Junction of Crown Street, Dovehouse Lane and Church Street when Harbury was judged " Best Kept Village" in August 1958.