Market Street, Whittlesey (1960s)

A view along Market Street in Whittlesey, probably dating to the early 1960s.

Whittlesey Day Trippers

Locals on Whittlesey Market Place preparing for a day trip to Hunstanton – date unknown.

Whittlesey, Market Street

Looking along Market Street in Whittlesey – date unknown.

Whittlesey, Queen Street (1915)

Looking from the Market Square along Queen Street in Whittlesey around 1915 with what would today (2015) be the Nat West Bank building on the far left.

Whittlesey Firemen (1907)

Fireman of the Whittlesey Urban District Council pictured in 1907 with their second-hand horse drawn Tilley Manual Fire Engine which originated from the POW Camp at Normans Cross. The horsepower was usually provided by a local farmer or sometimes even the local undertaker !

Whittlesey, High Street

High Street, Whittlesey …… date unknown.


Buses on Whittlesey Market Place

A Peterborough service 343 sitting alongside a Whittlesey Bus Service (WBS) Sentinel Saloon on Market place in Whittlesey.

Delph Street, Whittlesey

The newly formed Whittlesea Fire Brigade on Delph Street, probably captured in the early 1900s.

Morton Fork, Whittlesey

An undated image of the Morton Fork, formerly the Hare & Hounds, on East Delph/Bassenhally Road in Whittlesey.

Nags Head, High Causeway, Whittlesey

An early photo of the Nags Head on High Causeway which is still standing and in use as a private residence in 2015.