Kings Cliffe villagers arrive for a day trip to Skegness aboard a convoy of Howards Coaches in 1940.
A very old 1860s photograph taken from what appears to be an area behind what would today be Bishops Gardens.
An undated image taken at the top end of Church Street in the village of Holme.
A lovely 1913 image showing the old bandstand in Central Park.
An undated image from Church Street showing the old Town Clerk’s Office that sat alongside and provided access to the Guild Hall.
Looking along Lincoln Road at the early stages of the demolition of Rhubarb Bridge that had previously carried the Peterborough to Wisbech railway. Today’s bridge carries the busy A47 parkway.
Wartime sandbags stacked up against the police station in Stanground.
Two images showing the 1937 construction of a Coffer Dam downstream of the city to enable the laying of a main sewer pipe under the river bed. The dam would be a temporary river enclosure that would then be drained to enable the pipe to be laid.
The 1937 demolition of the Garton End Methodist Chapel which was levelled to enable the widening of Newark Avenue at its junction with Garton End Road.
Crowds gather around a display of 2nd Royal Tank Regiment tanks on Oundle Market Place in 1937.