A wonderful image showing Stilton in 1908 and captured by local Stilton photographer John James Nunn. The photographer is standing with the Bell Inn on his immediate left with the Great North Road running left to right and Church Street disappearing into the distance.
Nenedale Cricket Club pictured in the 1980s.
A scene familiar to many Peterborians, with the Bull & Dolphin in the foreground and the original Andys Records in the distance.
Joseph Stephens and his team of stonemasons who were based at 91 Eastfield Road in the early 1900s.
New England based Gresley K2 #61747 heading southbound into Peterborough North with a wonderful rake of coaches.
Gresley V2 #60983 at Peterborough North.
Thompson B1 #61098 cruising stylishly into Peterborough North with a southbound train – date unknown.
The old seating area in Queensgate with Currys store in the background.
A 1930s image showing an immaculately turned out farm horse on Burton’s Farm which was on Bell Drove between Thorney and Crowland.
A1 Class #60117 “Bois Roussel” sitting at Peterborough North awaiting departure under Crescent Bridge to Kings Cross. The engine was named after a French racehorse of the same name that won the Epsom Derby in 1938.