An undated image of the Morton Fork, formerly the Hare & Hounds, on East Delph/Bassenhally Road in Whittlesey.
An early photo of the Nags Head on High Causeway which is still standing and in use as a private residence in 2015.
Superb image from the early 1970s showing a bus heading down Bourges Boulevard with the Woolworths building far left and the old Huntings Butchers still standing defiantly but dwarfed alongside it !
An undated image of a “private car hire” vehicle being run by the Coomber family in Whittlesey.
Loaded buses on the market square in Whittlesey – date unknown.
An undated image of the old Hare & Hounds on East Delph/Bassenhally Road in Whittlesey along with a 2014 image of the same building now in private use.
The old Queen Adelaide on Whitmore Street in Whittlesey – date unknown. Although significantly updated, the building is still standing today as a private dwelling.
The 1911 frontage of the Falcon Hotel in Whittlesey.
Celebrating the coronation of King George V in Oundle on 22nd June 1911.
The Northamptonshire Regiment 1st Battalion on the Market Square in Oundle in 1910.