A superb wartime image showing the Tea Bar on the outside of Peterborough North Station pictured in March 1944.
Two similar views taken 70 years apart and showing the Blue Bell pub on Dogsthorpe Road/Welland Road.
Two superb images, both undated and both marked “high school for girls”.
If anybody knows more, please get in touch.
The latest in top loader washing machines advertised by Hotpoint in 1952 !
A property still standing in 2014 at #2 St Marys Close pictured here in 1930 with Princes Gardens on the far right.
Workmen start the long task of tidying up after a derailment and subsequent collision at Conington, south of Peterborough, on 15th December 1961.
A full report on the incident can be viewed at http://www.railwaysarchive.co.uk/eventsummary.php?eventID=490
Class 55 Deltic 55013 “The Black Watch” slips out of Peterborough and over the Fair Meadow car park with a Kings Cross train in 1977.
Sadly, this was one of the class that never survived withdrawal in 1981 and was scrapped in 1982.
An early shot of the rear of St Peter’s Training College on City Road.
A lovely Edwardian shot of Market Place immaculately cobbled !
An undated image of Park Road Baptist Church with Geneva Street to the right and the Co-Operative store far left.