A late 1960s/early 1970s image showing City Road, probably close to where today’s Passport Office stands.
A lovely early 1900s portrait photo taken at the studio of Peterborough born photographer John Bull of 41 City Road who was a true photographic pioneer in the city, operating from his City Road base as early as the late 1860s.
A colour-tinted image showing the rear of St Peter’s Training College – date unknown.
A 1949 front cover of Keynotes, the student magazine of St Peters Teacher Training College.
Looking down on City Road with New Road far right featuring the Peterborough Motors Garage. Chapel Street sits between the two whilst the distant view towards Broadway shows the Cattle Market, Embassy Theatre and Library building.
A series of images captured at St Peters Teacher Training College in the 1920s.
The 1912/13 Football and Cricket teams from St Peters Teacher Training College.
An obscure image captured in 1910 and featuring the Toolshed at Peterborough College which is probably St Peters teacher training college on City Road.
The “Junior Class” of trainee teachers at St Peters Teacher Training College c.1912.
An unusual shot of the rear sports area of St Peters Teacher Training College probably taken around 1910.