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Rugby. West Leyes

Cottages in West Leyes, now demolished, Rugby. 1934

Rugby. White Hart Inn, old stable yard

Old stable yard of the White Hart Inn in Drury Lane, Rugby. 1921

Rugby. Windsor Court

Windsor Court, looking from High Street, Rugby. 1910 [Not shown on present day street atlas]

Rugby. Windsor Court

Windsor Court, which no longer exists, looking towards Little Church Street, Rugby. 1910

Rugby. Windsor Court

View of Windsor Court, Rugby. 1910

Slight Mishap to the Ipswich Coach - The Yard of the White Hart, Brentwood

James and George Temple Slight Mishap To The Ipswich Coach - The Yard Of The White Hart, Brentwood Watercolour on paper 415mm x 785mm Courtyard scene with men fixing a coach, four horses are standing ...

Staircase in the Courtyard of the Lord Leycester's Hospital

Ink on paper Staircase In The Courtyard Of The Lord Leycester's Hospital by W W Keyworth 310mm x 250mm This picture depicts the view from the courtyard at the Lord Leycester Hospital, Warwick. It shows ...

Street Plan - 19th Century Street Plan of Leamington Spa

A street plan of Leamington Spa showing Spencer Street, Bath Street, Stafford Wine Merchants, Victoria Terrace and Victoria Baths. The area shaded in green and red shows the premises of Mr John Edgerton, ...

Tenants Ejected From a Condemned Property, Well Street

Group of tenants with all their belongings outside the condemned property.

The Old Stables, Chequers, Horley

James and George Temple The Old Stables, Chequers, Horley Watercolour on paper 410mm x 780mm Courtyard scene with stables, carriages, horses, men and hens. The brothers James Temple (1843 – 1921) and ...

Warwick. Saltisford, no 42

Gent's Buildings, 42, Saltisford, Warwick. A yard, showing decaying buildings, and three girls. From p6 of Album of Thomas Kemp of Warwick, dated 28th March 1896. 1890

Wolston. Mill

Workers and horses in the yard of Wolston Mill. Circa 1910 [The group in the centre of the photograph could be grandmother, mother and aunts from the Reynolds family. The man holding the two shire ...