The very popular fish and chip shop of Walter Stenson pictured in the 1960s on Albert Place at a location that would be alongside today’s TKMaxx building on Bourges Boulevard.
The top end of Westgate in the 1960s when the road used to continue round to the right and become Westwood Street. At the junction with Ackland Street (distant right) is the Six Bells Public House. Willey’s newsagents shop is in the foreground and furthest left is Morrison’s paint shop.
Below are a set of photos of Ernest and Christopher Willey outside their shop, Christopher inside the shop and Ernest outside in colour in the 1960s.
A series of tired but rarely seen images of the village of Lutton captured between 1907 and 1913.
The top two images both feature the Milton Arms public house in the distance on the left with the top image also showing the village grocery store run by Great Gidding born John Bradshaw who also was the village blacksmith in the adjacent building.