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Alcester. Delivering flour by horse and wagon

One of J L Sisam's teams from Arrow Mill, Alcester, delivering flour to a bakery. This wagon carried 5 tons. George Clark, coach-builder of Arrow, maintained four of these wagons and Ged Clark used it ...

Alcester. Henley Street

Henley Street, Alcester. 1920s

Alveston. Village Postman

The village postman standing in front of his van in Alveston. 1967

Ardens Grafton. Village street

Village street, cottages, man with hand cart, Ardens Grafton. 1910s

Ashorne. Local fishmonger's horse and cart

Benison's fishmongers horse and cart outside a cottage in Ashorne. 1910s

Atherstone. Long Street

A view along Long Street, Atherstone. 1950s

Atherstone. Long Street

View of Long Street, Atherstone. 1950s

Bedworth. Horse drawn bread delivery van

Horse drawn bread delivery van owned by a Mr Faulconbridge, Bedworth. 1920s

Bedworth. Lower Collycroft

Lower Collycroft, Bedworth. A street scene showing a group of children in front of a delivery van bearing the name "Homelight". 1910s

Bedworth. Market Place

Bedworth, Market Place with pedestrians and motor vehicles. 1946

Bidford on Avon. Mr. W. Smith, baker

Mr. W. Smith, baker, of Bidford on Avon with his horse driven delivery van. 1916

Bishops Itchington. Carrier's van

Van of Tom Edwards, carrier of Bishops Itchington. 1930s

Budbrooke. Mr Hicken with horse and milk cart

Mr Sidney Hicken with a horse and milk cart. The farmer was Charles Pratt of Grange Farm, Budbrooke, who was the brother of Henry Pratt, chemist in The Square, Warwick. The milk round included Warwick. ...

Cherington. Baker Boys with horses and carts

Baker boys with horses and carts in Cherington. 1910s

Cherington. Horse and carrier

Two men with carriers cart labelled Albert H. Tarver, Whichford - Warwickshire, carrier to Banbury and Shipston on Stour, Cherington. 1900s

Cubbington. W. Richardson, carrier

W. Richardson, carrier of Cubbington with his horse and cart. 1930

Dunchurch. Houses in Daventry Road

Houses in Daventry Road, Dunchurch. Also showing horse and cart from Pridmores, coal and corn merchants. 1900s

Eastwood's Crown Brewery

This is an oil painting on canvas depicting Eastwood's Crown Brewery. There is a painted inscription in the lower left corner which reads 'EASTWOOD'S CROWN BREWERY'. There is also another inscription ...