An undated image of Oundle Staunch on the River Nene west of the town.
A westbound passenger train pulling away from Oundle station around 1905.
A 1935 image showing New Street in Oundle with the Post Office in the foreground and the Talbot Hotel behind.
The last timetabled steam departure from Oundle station on Monday 4th May 1964, the day it was officially closed to passenger services.
The train was hauled by Ivatt 2-6-2T #41225 which was based at London’s Nine Elms shed at the time. By the end of the same year, the engine had been withdrawn and cut up, just 16 years after being built at Crewe Works.
Two wonderful images taken at the same location in Oundle and probably dating back to the late 1890s.
The Berrystead on Duck Lane off North Street in Oundle, pictured in 1910. The house was built in the late 1600s and has been a Grade 1 listed building since 1955. Today (2016) it forms part of the Oundle School establishment.
A very nice horse brass from Oundle harness maker Arthur Howitt (1876-1939) who was based on Rock Road in the town.
Two images from 1933 showing the Rugby XV from Oundle School.
An early photo showing Oundle Cricket Club probably from very early 1900s.
Oundle School Chapel on the Glapthorn Road sports ground pictured in 1922.
The top image shows Remembrance Day 1965 at the War Memorial in Oundle. The lower image is of the same ceremony at the same location decades earlier.
Probably the Oundle School Corps on the Glapthorn Road sports ground.
Looking along North Street in Oundle where today (2016) the traffic light controlled section of the road is. Date unknown.
New Street in Oundle pictured in the late 1960s.
An excellent “Forces Leave” railway ticket issued at Oundle for a journey to London Kings Cross in March 1967 which was three years after the station had officially closed to general passenger traffic.
Moores the Tailors and Brudenells Butchers on Market Place in Oundle around 1958.
A nice Edwardian scene looking down Mill Lane in Oundle – now better known as Mill Road. The building on the right is now Oundle Museum but was the Court House at the time of the photo.
Hounds from a local hunt on New Street in Oundle – date unknown.
The Oundle Fire Brigade pictured in the early 1970s.
Staff of the International Stores just off Market Place in Oundle – date unknown.