A record sleeve dating back to the 1930s from W Bellairs of 299 Lincoln Road.
An unmarked and presumably new tram carrying a Walton signboard outside of the Tram Depot on Lincoln Road which still survives as a bus depot in 2016 (see below).
The newsagents of Peterborough born Frederick William Elmer at 343 Lincoln Road, Millfield probably dating back to the 1920s given the Edgar Wallace board out front left. In 2016, the same premises is a branch of Subway near to the Lincoln Road Bus Station.
A 1906 image showing a tram outside Adams Mill on Lincoln Road.
Adams Mill on Lincoln Road, Millfield. Date unknown but probably 1920s after the sails were removed but before being replaced by Adams Garage in the late 1930s.
The grocers shop of Etton born John Wade far left alongside the hairdresser/tobacconist shop of Charles Caton on Lincoln Road, Millfield. Today, this would be opposite the Co-Operative supermarket and Windmill Street.
Late sixties glamour at the Western Star Youth Club on Lincoln Road, Millfield.
Western Star Youth Club leader Tony Self (centre) with DJs Eddy Cooke and Paul Heath in the late 1960s.
The opening day of the City Youth Centre on Lincoln Road in February 1968 with new members queueing up to register.
The newly opened Adams Garage on Lincoln Road, Millfield in 1938.