Stilton – High Street

Looking along a quiet Great North Road in Stilton with the familiar Bell Inn on the right. Date unknown.

Stilton, North Street (1912)

Looking down North Street in Stilton towards The Bell which would be just out of shot in the distant left. The bay windowed house on the right is still standing today (2013) as are many of the other buildings in shot.

The Bell, Stilton (1920s)

The Bell at Stilton with the Great North Road in the foreground – image dates back to the 1920s.

Great North Road – Stilton

Looking south along the Great North Road through Stilton with the Talbot Inn on the right and the Bell Inn out of picture on the left – date unknown.

The Bell @ Stilton

Another nice image of the Bell at Stilton on the Great North Road – date unknown.

Talbot Inn, Stilton

The Talbot Inn in Stilton, past and present with the older image possibly dating to the 1940s.

The Talbot is one of Stilton’s oldest public houses, believed to date back back to the late 1600s.

The Bell, Stilton

A lovely early 1900s image of the Bell at Stilton.

Opening of Stilton Memorial Hall

No details and no date for this one which was taken on the occasion of the opening of Stilton Memorial Hall which was dedicated to “the men who fell from Stilton, Folksworth, Morbourne, Washingley, Denton and Caldecot”.

Stilton, Great North Road c.1957

Looking up past the Bell Inn on the left and still relatively quiet given that this was the Great North Road and today’s equivalent of the A1(M) that now bypasses the village.

Church Street, Stilton c.1912

Church Street in Stilton c.1912.