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Barracks Market, Coventry

Showing customers and stalls in the market hall before its closure and demolition.

Band of Hope in Field Behind Cedar Cottage, Coventry

Adults and children belonging to the Band of Hope Temperance Movement pose for a group photograph with two banners.

Bablake Hospital Showing Hill Street, Coventry

Showing exterior of Bablake Hospital with Bond's Hospital to the right.

Anti-vicar's Rate Demonstration in the Market, Coventry

Crowd of demonstrators in front of the indoor fish market.

Adderley Street, Coventry

Street view showing part of Adderley Street. Man on bicycle can be seen in the background.

Abbey Cottages, Binley

Street view of cottages on Willenhall Lane.

Warwick. Millers Road

Millers Road, Warwick, with hospital grounds to the right. 1960s

Warwick. Green Lane

Green Lane (unadopted), Warwick. 1960s

Warwick. Lakin Road

Lakin Road, Warwick, approaching the hospital entrance. 1960s

Warwick. Lakin Road

Lakin Road, Warwick, with hospital chapel on the left (now demolished). 1960s

Warwick. Coventry Road

Railway bridge over Coventry Road, Warwick, at the junction with Lakin Road. 1960s

Dunchurch. Rugby Road

Tree lined avenue in Dunchurch with thatched cottage and unidentified wooden structure in front. 1900s [Now believed to be the Rugby Road, heading north out of Dunchurch. Probably midway between Bilton ...

Warwick. Saltisford

A view along Saltisford, Warwick. 1907 The pub on the right is the Green Man, which no longer exists. Beyond it are the Lower Saltisford Almshouses (with dormer windows and tall chimneys), now demolished. ...

Arrow. Church

Holy Trinity Church, Arrow. 1904

Claverdon. Railway Station

Claverdon Station showing a stationary goods train. 1900s [Apparently this is is not a train. "Up until the 1930s the line was single and the 'second' line (where the waggons are stationary) was a ...

Coleshill. Church and Grammar School

A view of the church and grammar schools at Coleshill. 1900s [ Note that there is not a clock face above the chancel. The other three faces of the tower do have clock faces. Only just visible in this ...

Windsor armchair

This primitive Windsor armchair is made of elm and ash. It has an accentuated rake bake, curved toprail, solid back-splat, spindle gallery arm-supports and four splayed legs. It is Welsh, and dates from ...

Maxstoke. Church interior

Interior view of St Michael's church, Maxstoke. Photograph taken in the early 20th century, the box pews were removed prior to the 1950s.