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Rugby. Black Swan Public House

The Black Swan Public House, Rugby. Staff standing in street outside front door. Proprietor Chas. Newman. W. Naseby, market gardener, with horse and cart. Washing dolly and washing basket on cart. ...

Rugby. Chapel Street

A horse and cart in Chapel Street, Rugby. 1900

Rugby. Chapel Street

A young girl walking along Chapel Street, Rugby. 1900

Rugby. Chapel Street

Children playing in Chapel Street, Rugby. 1900

Rugby. Chapel Street

Street with horses and carriages and hand cart, Rugby. 1900s John Birds shop? [Lon]don House Inn? [The sign above the shop is John Hinds not John Birds. It is a butchers shop and the 1891 census ...

Rugby. Chapel Street School

Chapel Street School with two children in the playground, Rugby. 1947

Rugby. Goode's Confectioners Shop

Mr William Bryan Leeson (on left) was in business as a furniture remover and brake proprietor in Chapel Street, Rugby from 1890 until 1917. After 1917 the confectioner's business was run by Mrs Leeson ...

Rugby. Medieval building

This medieval building is reputed to be the oldest shop in Rugby. It is said that the steak used on Tom Brown's black eye (after his famous fight) was purchased from here. For a long time a butchers shop, ...

Rugby. North Street

North Street, Rugby, showing horse-drawn vehicle and delivery man outside public house with group of children and perambulator. 1900s [Boughton House is on the right]

Rugby. Pupils from Chapel Street Wesleyan School

Group photograph of pupils from Chapel Street Wesleyan School, Rugby. 1900s

Rugby. Volunteer Fire Brigade

Rugby Volunteer Fire Brigade pictured outside the old Board of Health Building in Chapel Street. 1880s