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Accident on the Road to Inverness

This is an oil painting on canvas depicting a carriage accident on the road to Inverness in Scotland. In the background is Castle Stuart near Inverness. From this landmark it is possible to work out that ...

Alveston. Bus en route for Tiddington

Local bus travelling from Alveston to Tiddington. 1967

Alveston. Bus Terminus

A Stratford Blue bus at the terminus in Alveston. 1967

Ansley. Road works

Road repairs, Ansley. 1925

Atherstone. Evans Bros. Bus

Evans Bros. de Luxe Ltd. Bus parked by shed, Atherstone. 1932

Atherstone. Midland Motor Bus

Midlands motor bus with "Tamworth & Atherstone" on front. Wood framed structure on roof. Driver and conductress standing beside it and passengers seated inside. Drivers name is Maurice Perry of Croft ...

Barford. Church Street

The Malt House, Bridge Street, Barford. A coach is approaching and a group of children (some are in girl guide uniform) and adults are standing on the pavement. 1967

Bedworth. Market Square

Bedworth, Market Square with bus queue. 1946 [The man in the centre, with the brass buttons on his waistcoat is in the uniform of the Bedworth Alms Houses]

Behind Time, Reigate Tollgate

James and George Temple Behind Time, Reigate Tollgate Watercolour on paper 410mm x 780mm A horse drawn carriage passing through a tollgate at speed. The tollhouse is to the left and there is an inn to ...

Binley. Brandon Road

Brandon Road, Binley. 1930s

Brailes, Lower. Steam bus

Shipston to Brailes steam bus. Ran between Stratford, Shipston and Brailes between 1903 and 1905.

Chilvers Coton. Hill Top

Terraced houses in Hill Top, Chilvers Coton. 1920s

Coleshill. High Street

View of High Street, Coleshill. 1900s

Cubbington. Group of schoolchildren with coaches

Group of schoolchildren and teachers standing in front of two coaches in Cubbington. c. 1949

Fillongley. Charabanc Outing

Ladies' outing in a Midland Red SOS QLC(Queen Low Charabanc) motor charabanc, Fillongley. 1930s [The body was built by Short in 1930]

Galley Common. Stockingford

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

Grendon. Boot Inn

Two motor buses standing outside The Boot Inn, Grendon, ready for departure for a tour around Warwickshire. 1900s

Henley in Arden. First Midland Red Bus

The first Midland Red bus at Henley in Arden. The service ran from Birmingham to Stratford. 6th June 1914