The old Town Bridge captured from the “Rivergate” bank looking downstream towards what is now the Embankment area.
A superb image taken outside the Guild Hall on 15th August 1914 on the occasion of War Rose Day. The photo was taken by photographer Fred Hall of 46 Westgate, assisted by his assistant John Borrill Etches.
The busy Great Eastern railway crossing on London Road showing the pedestrian bridge over the crossing on the right.
This scene now sits below left of the current Town Bridge as you approach the city. If you look down off the bridge today, you can still see what is left of this road approaching the railway lines.
Locals on Whittlesey Market Place preparing for a day trip to Hunstanton – date unknown.
Looking east on the March Road in Coates in 1937 with a horse drawn delivery taking place at The Vine public house on the distant right.
Two local lads strike a pose outside St Pauls Church Hall in New England.
Looking along Lincoln Road with St Pauls Church in the background …… date unknown.
An undated image showing Paston Rectory.
The Grade II listed rectory dates back to the 13th century but was remodelled in the late 16th century. A devastating fire nearly destroyed the building in the 1990s but an extensive restoration project returned it to private use in 2000.
An undated image looking along Dogsthorpe Road towards the St Martins Street (left) and All Saints Road (right) junction and showing the tram standards stacked along the left hand side of the road.
A cold and bleak scene on Broad Bridge Street, pictured from around Town Bridge in 1909.