Workman at the end of Cowgate preparing for the building of today’s major roundabout.
A Daily Mail “official war postcard” from 1918 being used by Cowgate based hardware merchant Thomas William Rogers.
An undated view down Cowgate looking towards Market Place with the premises of Peterborough born pharmacist John William Bodger in the centre.
An original enamel sign for Thomson’s of Cowgate featuring – with a degree of artistic license – an image showing the aerial walkway between their stores on both sides of the road.
A wonderful watercolour painting of the top end of Cowgate and showing the old graveyard.
The painting dates to 1945 and was produced by urban landscape artist Wilfrid Rene Wood (1888-1976). Wood was born in Cheadle Hulme near Manchester but moved to Barnack in 1937 after which he was responsible for some superb paintings of both Stamford and Peterborough.
A view of the top end of Cowgate on completion of Bourges Boulevard and the Cowgate roundabout.
Local dignitaries cutting the ribbon for the opening of Crescent Bridge on 15th April 1913. Location is presumably at the top end of Cowgate on or near Station Road.
Construction work taking place on the Cowgate roundabout and Bourges Boulevard in the 1970s.
The top end of Cowgate, probably pictured in the 1940s.
A view along Cowgate towards Bourges Boulevard in 1977.