A lovely image showing a a horse drawn delivery wagon belonging to the Bakery Department of the Peterborough Co-Operative Society and dated close to 1900. Location is thought to be Taverners Road.
The Rivergate Roundabout on Bishops Road under construction – dating to the mid 1970s.
A busy scene on Long Causeway around 1905 with a Walton Tram returning to the city centre terminus. The image highlights the impressive width of the road which arose from it originally having a stream running down the centre of it.
Workman at the end of Cowgate preparing for the building of today’s major roundabout.
The long since demolished Westgate House which was owned by the Tomlin family. It later became Miss Willoughby’s Boarding School for girls.
Looking along Midgate towards the junction with Long Causeway. Curtess Shoes in the distance is at 20 Long Causeway and is, in 2018, Greenwoods Menswear.
An early image showing workers at harvest time somewhere along Vicarage Farm Road in Fengate.
A lovely James Valentine image showing an immaculately prepared Bishops Road Gardens in the early 1900s.
Three smartly dressed gents with canes in hand walking across a quiet Market Place around 1910. Note the Ladies Cloakroom to the right of the Guildhall.
A late 1960s/early 1970s image showing City Road, probably close to where today’s Passport Office stands.