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Pre-Electric Street Light

Photograph by William G Gibbons. This is one of a pair of pre-electric street lights that stood outside Leamington Spa Police Station in 1953. It has since been restored and is on display in Leamington ...

Printer's trade sign

Shaped as a rubber stamp, this printer's shop sign is made of zinc and turned wood. It is an excellent example of the skill of a sheet metal worker, as is very light in weight. It comes from France and ...

Pump at Pool Meadow

Boy holding onto pump at Pool Meadow.

Rugby. 11, Grosvenor Road

11 Grosvenor Road, Rugby in a row of terraced houses. 1900s

Rugby. Abdication announcement

A crowd in the Market Square, Rugby listening to the abdication announcement of Edward VIII. 1936

Rugby. Avenue Road

Avenue Road, Rugby. 1900s

Rugby. Bank Street

Boarded up shops after vandalism at the general election of 1906, Bank Street, Rugby. 1906

Rugby. Bath Street

Bath Street, Rugby. 1915

Rugby. Benn Street/Cromwell Road

Benn Street/Cromwell Road, Rugby. 1910s

Rugby. Cambridge Street

Cambridge Street, Rugby. 1910s

Rugby. Church Street

Church Street, Rugby. Trees in iron tree guards. Distant houses and people. 1910s

Rugby. Claremont Road

Claremont Road, Rugby. 1905

Rugby. Clifton Road

Clifton Road, Rugby. Large semi-detached houses, pedestrians and one horse and trap. 1910s

Rugby. Clifton Road

Clifton Road, Rugby. 1910s

Rugby. Clifton Road

The Central Hotel, Clifton Road, Rugby. 1950s [Originally The Graziers Arms was in Church Street not Clifton Road. Location was the corner of Church Street and Railway Terrace.It was demolished in ...

Rugby. Clifton Road

Two motor coaches standing in front of shops in Clifton Road, Rugby. 1920s

Rugby. Corporation Street

The south end of Corporation Street, Rugby. 1957 [Prior to the redevelopement of this area in 1957/8 this street was known as West Street]

Rugby. Dunchurch Road

Houses in Dunchurch Road, Rugby. 1900s [The large house on the left has been identified as The Laurels which later became apprentice accommodation for A.E.I. Rugby and is on the opposite side of the ...