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Library-Photographs

Library-Photographs

Norris Museum’ Photograph Collection

NumberProvenance 1Description
PH/S.IVE/Ndgw.Rd/08HUNTSNumbers 100 to 106 Needingworth Road: four large semi-detached houses with bay windows and half-timbered details, dwarf wall with railings in the front, carved house names over the doors.
PH/S.IVE/Ndgw.Rd/09HUNTS41 Tenterleas: a brick-built house with half-timbered pebble dash on the two front gables, dwarf wall with railings in front, and date stone "1910" over the door.
PH/S.IVE/Ndgw.Rd/02a-bHUNTSNeedingworth Road in the flood of August 1912: terraced houses near the south end of the road (the same ones that appear in PH/S.IVE/Ndgw.Rd/01) but seen from the south instead of the north. There is water over the road, four carts and various spectators.
PH/S.IVE/Ndgw.Rd/03a-bHUNTSNeedingworth Road in the flood of August 1912: looking north towards the Catholic Church and its presbytery on the left and a terrace of houses on the right; trees beyond the church and no further houses visible; water over the road, a horse and card, a dog and an errand boy with a basket; milestone on the right reading (I think) "Wisbech 31 miles".
PH/S.IVE/Ndgw.Rd/04HUNTSNeedingworth Road in the flood of August 1912: looking north from near the south end of the road to terraced houses on the east side with the Prince of Wales Feathers pub behind them (with a Star Brewery sign on it); various carts and a wagon, with boys paddling in the water on the road.
PH/S.IVE/Ndgw.Rd/06HUNTSThe back (north) side of Cromwell Terrace, seen from the junction of Needingworth Road and Meadow Lane, with garden gates, walls and outbuildings, and some new building on the right.
PH/S.IVE/Ndgw.Rd/07HUNTSThe Church of the Sacred Heart in 1989: seen from the south, with porch door just ajar, sevice times on a notice board to the right of it and part of the presbytery visible in the right background.
PH/S.IVE/Mrkt.Hl/61 (contd.)HUNTS
PH/S.IVE/Nrth.Rd/03HUNTSThe former Boys' Board School (since demolished), seen from the cemetery on its east side.
PH/S.IVE/Nrth.Rd/04HUNTSThe abbatoir in North Road at about the time of its demolition in 1963: an exterior view, showing a yard, gates and doors, tubs and barrels.
PH/S.IVE/Nrth.Rd/05HUNTSThe abbatoir in North Road at about the time of its demolition in 1963: the "Lairage", open sheds of wood and corrugated iron, with wooden pens and a yard in front.
PH/S.IVE/Nrth.Rd/06HUNTSThe abbatoir in North Road at about the time of its demolition in 1963: the "Lairage", an open shed against the back of the abbatoir building.
PH/S.IVE/Nrth.Rd/07HUNTSThe abbatoir in North Road at about the time of its demolition in 1963: the rear yard, showing the outside of the building with a toilet against it and the wall of the manure pit on the right.
PH/S.IVE/Nrth.Rd/08HUNTSThe abbatoir in North Road at about the time of its demolition in 1963: the corrugated iron boiler room, external view showing it against the abbatoir wall.
PH/S.IVE/Nrth.Rd/09HUNTSThe abbatoir in North Road at about the time of its demolition in 1963: part of the "Lairage", inside view with corrugated iron roof, pens, much dirt, straw and cobwebs.
PH/S.IVE/Nrth.Rd/10HUNTSThe abbatoir in North Road at about the time of its demolition in 1963: the cooling area, interior view showing roof beams, racks above, damaged tiled floor with central channel, carcasses hanging round the walls.
PH/S.IVE/Nrth.Rd/11HUNTSThe abbatoir in North Road at about the time of its demolition in 1963: two slaughtermen at the front and rear of a bullock, with leather aprons, boots, and knife handles protruding from holsters on their hips
PH/S.IVE/Nrth.Rd/12HUNTSThe abbatoir in North Road at about the time of its demolition in 1963: a bullock lying down with slaughtermen bending over it and applying a tool, on the end of a flex, to its head.
PH/S.IVE/Nrth.Rd/13HUNTSThe abbatoir in North Road at about the time of its demolition in 1963: a skinned bullock carcass hanging by its hind legs and being cut down the middle by a slaughterman with a large powered saw.
PH/S.IVE/Nrth.Rd/14HUNTSThe abbatoir in North Road at about the time of its demolition in 1963: part of the interior, a room with cracked floor and a channel down the middle, various hooks and racks above and a large tub in the background.
PH/S.IVE/Nrth.Rd/15HUNTSA parade passing east along North Road, seen from the upstairs window of No. 18: men wearing sashes carry a large banner and behind them are two decorated horse-drawn carts, a donkey and crowds of children.
PH/S.IVE/Nrth.Rd/16HUNTSA parade passing east along North Road, seen from the upstairs window of No. 18: presumably the same occasion as PH/S.IVE/Nrth.Rd/16, here showing two lines of boy scouts in broad-brimmed hats, with some schoolboys and a man on a bicycle.
PH/S.IVE/Nrth.Rd/17HUNTSA party of schoolchildren and some adults marching west along North Road, which has many flags flying on both sides of the road, seen from the upstairs window of No. 18.
PH/S.IVE/Nrth.Rd/18HUNTSNumbers 16 and 18 North Road (18 on the left): two semi-detached houses of brick and tile, with bay windows and the names Beulah and Brooklands carved in the lintels over the front doors. An older cottage or outbuilding in the right background, the vicarage and Westwood Farm (both since demolished) just visible in the left background.
PH/S.IVE/Nrth.Rd/04-14HUNTSThe old abbatoir in North Road was replaced by a new one in Meadow Lane in 1963. Gordon Reeson, the then borough surveyor, gave us these photographs of it and some of its Meadow Lane successor (PH/S.IVE/Meadow/01-04); also a collection of papers & pamphlets, in the Books collection as ST IVES BOROUGH COUNCIL, 1963-67.
PH/S.IVE/(2011.48)HUNTSA house with bay windows and two weatherboarded gables, "SPRING VIEW" carved over the front door, wooden garden fence in front and part of the next-door house visible on the right.
PH/S.IVE/(2011.49)HUNTSA large detached house, brick and tile with bay windows and complicated roofs; a track to the right and a bicycle leaning on the house wall, fields in the left background.
PH/S.IVE/(2011.50)HUNTSThe stables and outhouses of a large house, brick and tile, with lattice fence and gates leading into the yard, half-doors on the ground floor and a weather vane on the roof.
PH/GRAFM/16HUNTSRuined cottage in Grafham: thatched roof and plaster gone from much of the structure, exposing the wooden beams and large central chimney; street in the foreground and more substantial brick house behind.
PH/S.NEO/144HUNTSThe horse-drawn omnibus from the Cross Keys, parked outside the "Priory" house: driver with cloth cap, man sitting beside him in a bowler, another standing in front wearing a straw hat, two children standing behind; the omnibus has union flags at each corner and stuck in the windows, two of the men have flowers in their buttonholes, the horses are glossy and well-groomed - some special occasion apparently.
PH/KEYST/19HUNTSA farm building incorporating the wall of a ruined dove-cote: the wall with its rows of nesting holes, with the farm building behind it - brick built with tile roof and wooden doors on the ground floor.
PH/S.IVE/Fowell/22HUNTSA Fowell engine, No. 93 or No. 101, at the Cromwell Works: showing its right side, with maker's plate, smoke coming from the chimney, the large windows and doors of the factory building behind.
PH/EYNES/21HUNTSThe entrance to Eynesbury rectory decorated for the 1897 Jubilee: parts of two brick and tile houses, the left-hand one with elaborate architecture including a first-floor bow window; between them a decorated archway including a picture of Queen Victoria; a woman with a perambulator stands on the left and a policeman under the arch.
PH/FENST/54HUNTSJoseph Byson (1809-1862): full-face head-and-shoulders portrait of man with side whiskers, neckcloth and coat.
PH/FENST/55HUNTSElizabeth Byson (1811-83): full-length seated portrait of lady in floor-length dress with bonnet and large lappets, holding a book and sitting at a table.
PH/SOUTH/19HUNTSThatched cottage with one-storey tiled extension at one end, trees behind and the churchyard in the foreground.
PH/S.NEO/145HUNTSWintringham Hall: a large, two-storey building of brick and tile with tall, ornamented chimneys; two fir trees and a pond in the foreground.
PH/S.IVE/Bridge/68HUNTSThe bridge and chapel, downstream side, looking from the Quay towards Bridge House; with the extra storeys still on the chapel, a tall telegraph pole at the south end of the bridge, man in boat sheltered by awning on the river.
PH/S.IVE/Bridge/69HUNTSThe bridge and chapel, downstream side, looking towards the Quay from Bridge Foot; with the extra storeys still on the chapel, a tall telegraph pole at the north end of the bridge, sign for the Temperance Hotel on the building on the corner of the Quay and Bridge Street.
PH/S.IVE/Bdge.St/27HUNTSBridge Street soon after the destruction of the Crown Inn on 19th June 1975: looking north from the bridge to the empty Crown site at the far end.
PH/S.IVE/Bdge.St/28HUNTSBridge Street soon after the destruction of the Crown Inn on 19th June 1975: looking north from half-way up the street to the empty Crown site.
PH/S.IVE/Crwn.St/22HUNTSThe site of the Crown Inn soon after its destruction by fire on 19th June 1975: showing the western part of the former inn with the NewBon shop front and the 1887 post office on the right.
PH/S.IVE/Crwn.St/23HUNTSThe site of the Crown Inn soon after its destruction by fire on 19th June 1975: looking from near the 1887 post office towards the remains of the western part of the building, with rubble in the foreground and the Public Institution in Crown Yard behind.
PH/S.IVE/Crwn.St/24HUNTSThe site of the Crown Inn soon after its destruction by fire on 19th June 1975: looking from the end of Bridge Street, with the 1887 post office on the right and the remains of the western part of the building on the left.
PH/S.IVE/Crwn.St/25HUNTSThe site of the Crown Inn soon after its destruction by fire on 19th June 1975: looking from the back of the building toward Bridge Street, with an excavator clearing rubble in the yard and workmen climbing over the damaged buildings to the right.
PH/S.IVE/Broadwy/29HUNTSThe Victoria Memorial (its top cut off by the top of the picture) and the Broadway, looking west from near its eastern end.
PH/S.IVE/Broadwy/30HUNTSThe Victoria Memorial, looking from the north side of the Broadway towards the present-day Nos. 7 & 9, with an early motorcycle and sidecar to the right of the memorial.
PH/S.IVE/Corn.Ex/20HUNTSThe Literary Institute "Delhi Durbar" bazaar in February 1904: Mayor Brownlow, arm-in-arm with a turbanned "Professor Khan Tellum" (Herbert Adams) is welcomed to the event by another turbanned man bowing low; with a crowd of people around them and elaborately painted backdrops behind.
PH/S.IVE/CStatue/14HUNTSThe Cromwell statue from the east, with shops at the west end of the Market Hill around it and the parish church steeple in the distance.
PH/S.IVE/Mrkt.Hl/63HUNTSThe Market Hill looking towards Crown Street from near its south-eastern end, showing buildings on the north side from the Parrot Hotel westwards; with market clutter in the centre and men driving a small group of cattle through the middle of the street; a lady on the far right in a floor-length summer skirt.
PH/S.IVE/Pa.Chur/70HUNTSThe parish church from the south-west, with the trees and shrubs of the Holt Island in the foreground.
PH/S.IVE/Pa.Chur/71HUNTSThe parish church after the 1918 aircrash, seen from the south-west across the osier beds of the Holt Island, with the top of the spire missing.
PH/S.IVE/Railway/22HUNTSSt Ives railway station: the platform and canopy on the north-east side of the tracks, looking south and east to where the line curves under the footbridge towards Cambridge.
PH/S.IVE/Repub.C/07HUNTSRepublic Cottage from the south: showing the full length of the building stretching back from the rounded front with an extension added to the back; wooden fence in front with reflector posts edging the road.
PH/S.IVE/Slepe.H/23a-bHUNTSSlepe Hall: the front of the building seen from Ramsey Road, with grass and standard roses in front and a large tree framing the picture at left and top.
PH/S.IVE/Thicket/16HUNTSThe entrance to the Thicket looking east towards St Ives: with kissing gate and "duck-under" in the wooden fence, trees to the left and the parish church steeple in the background, cyclist in front of the gate.
PH/S.IVE/Waits/41HUNTSThe Backwater with the Holt Island on the left and on the right the parish church, Manchester House and the retaining wall of the Waits; three boys in a rowing boat on the water.
PH/S.IVE/People/07a-c (contd.)HUNTS
PH/S.IVE/Miscell/15HUNTS12 photographs in a ring-bound booklet, showing: the bridge & chapel, Bridge Street from the south, the view upstream from the bridge, the Quay, the bridge & chapel from upstream, Market Hill looking west, the Cromwell statue, the Waits, the Norris Museum from the Waits, Crown Street, the river looking upstream to the Waits, and Bridge Street from the north
PH/HEM.A/19a-bHUNTSBattcock's Island: a river channel between densely wooded banks with a boy fishing on the grassy bank on the left.
PH/S.IVE/ALBUMS/Slepe.H/01.1HUNTS
PH/S.IVE/ALBUMS/Slepe.H/01.2HUNTS
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/01.1HUNTSSlepe Hall, Ramsey Road, St Ives. Water colour painting of Slepe Hall, depicting the hall in 1897, titled " Diamond Jubilee of Queen Victoria", painted by Janet Wallis.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/01.2HUNTSSlepe Hall, the Tennis ground. Print taken from a pamphlet. Showing a group of young ladies playing tennis.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/01.3HUNTSSlepe Hall, print of an orchestra (strings). Group of pupils with staff.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/01.4HUNTSSlepe Hall, print from a pamphlet showing gardens.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/01.5HUNTSSlepe Hall, picture of the front entrance, taken from a pamphlet. View is looking towards Ramsey Road.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/01.6HUNTSSlepe Hall, picture of the drive in front of the hall, looking north. Taken from a pamphlet.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/01.7HUNTSPicture of Miss Lloyd.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/01.8HUNTSMembers of Slepe Hall in the gymnasium. Part of a series of 3 pictures showing a group of pupils exercising. In this picture the girls are balancing on a beam, or on the floor.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/01.9HUNTSSecond photograph in a series of 3, showing members of Slepe Hall in the Gymnasium. Group of pupils exercisng on the floor.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/01.10HUNTSThird photograph in a series of 3, showing members of Slepe Hall in the Gymnasium. Group of pupils balancing on a beam, or floor.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/01.11HUNTSView of the front of Slepe Hall from Ramsey Road, showing main entrance and drive way.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/01.12HUNTSView of the front of Slepe Hall, taken from the drive way looking south, showing main entrance and garden.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/01.13HUNTSPicture showing a garden path. No indication as to exact location, but in Slepe Hall Album.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/01.14HUNTSPicture showing a garden path, with some kind of frame work in the back ground. No indication as to exact location, but in Slepe Hall Album.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/01.15HUNTSGarden view, exact location unknown.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/01.16HUNTSGarden view, exact location unknown.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/01.17HUNTSGarden view, exact location unknown.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/01.18HUNTSGarden view, looking south towards the parish church. Partr of the spire is missing from the church.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/01.19HUNTSStaff photograph, showing Miss Buckfield and staff, 1947. Miss Buckfield is the lady sitting in the middle on the front row.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/01.20HUNTSSchool photograph 1947, showing staff and pupils.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/01.21HUNTSPhotograph of school choir, dated 1948, County Musical with Miss G. Watkins.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/01.22HUNTSPhotograph taken from a pamphlet, showing sketching in the gardens.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/01.23HUNTSPhotograph taken from a pamphlet, showing pupils diving at the outdoor pool on Holt Island.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/01.24HUNTSPhotograph taken from a pamphlet showing a pipe band and pupils dancing.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/01.25St IvesPhotograph taken from a pamphlet showing girls playing rounders on the school playing field.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/01.26St IvesPhotograph showing a large group of people in period costume. Written on the page, " Merrie England " St Ives Choral Society.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/01.27St IvesPhotograph showing staff and pupils. Titled school group June 1952.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/01.28St IvesPhotograph showing staff and prefects June 1952.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/01.29St IvesPhotograph showing cast and helpers for " Quality Street ", June 1952.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/01.30St IvesPhotograph showing cast of Quality Street June 1952.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/01.31St IvesPhotograph showing the south room, new building 1953.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/01.32St IvesPhotograph showing the gymnasium 1953.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/01.33St IvesPhotograph showing the dinning room, 1953
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/01.34St IvesPhotograph showing, school room, 1953
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/01.35St IvesPhotograph showing, Bedroom, 1953.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/01.36St IvesPhotograph showing, bedroom, September 1950.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/01.37St IvesPhotograph of 3 pupils in a bedroom.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/01.38St IvesPhotograph of Slepe Hall pupils playing hockey on the St Ives Cricket Club pitch, looking south from Paragon Road, towards Anderson's farm.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/01.39St IvesPhotograph of a game of netball being playing at Slepe Hall.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/01.40St IvesPhotograph of a lesson in progress, showing 6 pupils and a teacher.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/01.41St IvesPhotograph of a lesson involving 5 pupils one of whom is standing up reading from a book.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/01.42St IvesPhotograph of a PE lesson with 5 girls and a teacher. One pupil is balancing upside down on a vaulting horse.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/01.43St IvesPhotograph of 12 pupils sitting at desks in a classroom.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/01.44St IvesPhotograph of a PE lesson with a pupil sliding down a bench.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/01.45St IvesPhotograph of a music lesson. 9 pupils singing, with a teacher playing the piano.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/01.46St IvesPhotograph of 9 pupils holding small books in a library setting.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/01.47St IvesPhotograph of 5 pupils in a class room, with books on desks.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/01.48St IvesPhotograph of 6 younger pupils in a classroom, appear to be reading.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/01.49St IvesPhotograph of 7 young pupils in a classroom, appear to be reading.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/01.50St IvesPhotograph of 8 pupils, very young. Group includes 2 boys.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/01.51St IvesPhotograph of 5 young pupils sitting on chairs, 3 of whom are boys.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/01.52St IvesPhotograph of younger pupils, including boys, in an art lesson.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/01.53St IvesPhotograph of younger pupils sitting down to school diners. Boys and girls.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/01.54St IvesPhotograph of 4 pupils, with sports trophies 1955.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/01.55St IvesPhotograph of 4 pupils, with sports trophies 1955.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/01.56St IvesPhotograph of the cast of " The Rose and the Ring ".
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/01.57St IvesPhotograph of the cast of " The Rose and the Ring ".
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/01.58St IvesPhotograph of the cast of " The Rose and the Ring ".
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/01.59St IvesPhotograph of the cast of " The Rose and the Ring ".
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/01.60St IvesPhotograph of the cast of " The Rose and the Ring ".
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/01.61St IvesPhotograph of the cast of " The Rose and the Ring ".
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/01.62St IvesPhotograph of the cast of " The Rose and the Ring ".
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/01.63St IvesPhotograph taken at the front of Slepe Hall, no date, circa early 60s. Appears to be an old girls reunion.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/01.64St IvesAriel photograph of St Ives, with view of Slepe Hall, written on the page.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/02.1St IvesSlepe Hall " taken before Mrs Lloyd planted the roses on the "Pear" or the bay window was added to the common room
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/02.2St IvesSchool group photograph taken in 1947.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/02.3St IvesMusic lesson in the library, 1953.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/02.4St IvesDecoupage lesson? June 1953. Includes boys.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/02.5St IvesPupil playing a grand piano with a teacher standing by. June 1953
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/02.6St IvesScience lesson, 1953, using bunsen burner, microscope. 3 pupils seated, older pupil standing.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/02.7St IvesSlepe Hall Prefects, 1953. 6 girls seated around a wind up record player.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/02.8St IvesSlepe Hall classroom, 1953.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/02.9St IvesSlepe Hall dining room, 1953.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/02.10St IvesPupils exercising indoors, walking along a bench.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/02.11St IvesSlepe hall gymnastics, 1953. 4 girls balancing on a bar.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/02.12St IvesView of front of Slepe Hall buildings, 1953.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/02.13St IvesView of front of Slepe Hall buildings, 1953.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/02.14St IvesView of interior of classroom, 1953.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/02.15St IvesView of interior of classroom, 1953.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/02.16St IvesView of interior of library, 1953.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/02.17St IvesView of interior of gymnasium, 1953.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/02.18St IvesView of playing fields, girls playing hockey on St Ives Cricket Club ground, 1953.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/02.19St IvesView of girls playing netball on tennis court, 1953.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/02.20St IvesDomestic science kitchen, June 1960. Showing 5 girls working in various positions, at cooker, drying plates, mixing food. Part of the house craft building.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/02.21St IvesDomestic science kitchen, June 1960. Showing 5 girls working in various positions, at cooker, drying plates, mixing food. Part of the house craft building.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/02.22St IvesDomestic science kitchen, June 1960. Showing 5 girls working in various positions, at cooker, drying plates, mixing food. Part of the house craft building.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/02.23St IvesView of girls working/studying in a classroom.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/02.24St IvesView of girls working/studying in a classroom.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/02.25St IvesGirls in the domestic science kitchen with mixing bowls.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/02.26St IvesGirls playing tennis on tennis courts to the south of Slepe Hall. The house craft building is also shown.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/02.27St IvesTeacher and pupils in a classroom. 3 pupils sat at desks. , femal teacher aslo sat at a desk.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/02.28St IvesSimilar to 26.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/02.29St IvesPupils in a classroom.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/02.30St IvesSimilar to 26 and 28.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/02.31St Ives3 girls standing and 1 girl on a swing, outside the housecraft building.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/02.32St IvesSimilar to 25
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/02.33St IvesPupils in a lesson.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/02.34St IvesPupils at desks in the housecraft building.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/02.35St IvesPupils at desks in a classroom.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/02.36St IvesPupils in class, teacher at the front. Pupils looking at a map of England in text books nad on blackboard.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/02.37St IvesFront view of Slepe Hall, 1961.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/02.38St IvesFront view of Slepe Hall, 1961.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/02.39St IvesView of front of Slepe Hall showing gravel entrance.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/02.40St IvesSide view of front os Slepe Hall.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/02.41St IvesSchool photograph, same day as 42, 1961.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/02.42St IvesSchool photograph, same day as 41, 1961.
PH/S.IVE/Markets/11St Ives markets used for military stabling during WWI: a view from upstairs in the Lamb or nearby, looking north-east across the sheep market to the cattle market with Cromwell Terrace and the railway behind. The area of the cattle market. Behind the lodges, is filled with long wooden huts.
PH/S.IVE/Markets/6The sheep and cattle markets, seen from an elevated position(upstairs in the Lamb Hotel?) looking North-East across the corner of the sheep market towards the cattle market with its entrance lodges, Cromwell Terrace and railway sidings beyojnd; market day, with animals and people, and a horse and cart in the foreground.
PH/GODMC/70Godmanchester Station looking towards Huntingdon East.The level crossing is where the Huntingdon to Godmanchester road crossed the line. Photographed in 1954. Copyright owned by Transport Treasury. Do not reproduce.
PH/HUNTN/111Huntingdon East Station. September 1961. After the line closed to regular traffic, the track on the left was the Cambridge to Kettering line. Buildings on this side had completely gone when this photograph was taken. The surviving building at that time was in use as a store. Track recovery was in progress. Copyright owned by Transport Treasury. Do not reproduce.
PH/HUNTN/112Huntingdon East Station. 29th August 1954. The far left rails were the Kettering line. Note the unusual signal on the branch, the two nearest tracks were the connections to the Eastern Region line.. Copyright owned by Transport treasury. Do not reproduce.
PH/HUNTN/113Huntingdon East. The line to Kettering shown in the photograph had a severe speed restriction of 10 mph, due to the sharp curve. Note the check rails. Photographed in August 1954. Copyright owned by Transport treasury. Do not reproduce.
PH/HUNTN/114The view towards Godmanchester from Huntingdon East, near the locomotive shed. The Huntingdon by pass now follows the route of the railway lines which were photographed in 1954. Copyright owned by Transport treasury. Do not reproduce.
PH/HUNTN/115The locomotive depot at Huntingdon East, photographed in August 1954. The usual class of engine allocated at the time was a Cambridge J15 0-6-0. On this occasion 65461. The shed also had a small turntable at the end of the trackon which the locomotive is standing. Copyright owned by Transport treasury. Do not reproduce.
PH/S.IVE/Railway/23View from the end of the platform at St Ives on the 7th June 1952, looking towards Cambridge. In this photograph the kettering branch, via Huntingdon East can be seen on the right hand side. Copyright owned by Transport treasury. Do not reproduce.
PH/S.IVE/Railway/24K1 2-6-0 class locomotive, 62040, shunting at St Ives on 28th August 1954, before proceeding to Cambridge. Copyright owned by Transport treasury. Do not reproduce.
PH/S.IVE/Railway/25London Midland region class 2MT 2-6-0 class, number 46403, awaits the right of way from St Ives on it's way to Cambridge. From leaving the station at St Ives the Kettering Cambridge trains ran on the Eastern Region March Cambridge line. Photographed the 8th October 1951. Copyright owned by Transport treasury. Do not reproduce.
PH/S.IVE/Railway/126B17/6 Sandringham class locomotive, 4-6-0, 61619, Welbeck Abbey, Standing at St Ives with the afternoon parcels train to March. *th September 1954. Copyright owned by Transport Treasury. Do not reproduce.
PH/HUNTN/116HUNTSGreat Eastern Railway J15 Locomotive. A Cambridge shed engine, out stationed at Huntingdon for duties, such as pilot and local goods working. Number 65442 photgraphed at Huntingdon on 25th August 1954. Copyright owned by Transport Treasury. Do not reproduce.
PH/HUNTN/117HUNTSGreat Eastern Railway J15 Locomotive. A Cambridge shed engine, out stationed at Huntingdon for duties, such as pilot and local goods working. Number 65451 photgraphed at Huntingdon on 31st August 1954. Copyright owned by Transport Treasury. Do not reproduce.
PH/HUNTN/118HUNTSGreat Eastern Railway J15 Locomotive. A Cambridge shed engine, out stationed at Huntingdon for duties, such as pilot and local goods working. Number 65457 photgraphed at Huntingdon on 1st August 1955. Copyright owned by Transport Treasury. Do not reproduce.
PH/HUNTN/119HUNTSGreat Eastern Railway J15 Locomotive. A Cambridge shed engine, out stationed at Huntingdon for duties, such as pilot and local goods working. Number 65474 photgraphed at Huntingdon on 6th August 1954. Copyright owned by Transport Treasury. Do not reproduce.
PH/HUNTN/120HUNTSGreat Eastern Railway J15 Locomotive. A Cambridge shed engine, out stationed at Huntingdon for duties, such as pilot and local goods working. Number 65477 photgraphed at Huntingdon on 1st August 1955. Copyright owned by Transport Treasury. Do not reproduce.
PH/HUNTN/121HUNTSHuntingdon East Station, looking towards Godmanchester, 7th April 1963. The Midland line to Kettering has completely gone. The second trackon the Eastern side has also been lifted. However the water crane and locomotive depot are still there. Copyright Transport Treasury. Do not reproduce.
PH/HUNTN/122HUNTSHuntingdon East Station, taken 7th April 1963. Little remains of the Midalnd line, except the platform. All signals and track have been removed. Note the gas lighting still surviving on the platform. Copyright Transport Treasury. Do not reproduce.
PH/HUNTN/123HUNTSHuntingdon East Station. Midland line platform. Photograph taken 28th August 1954. Copyright Tansport Treasury. Do not reproduce.
PH/HUNTN/124HUNTSSignals near Huntingdon East Station locomotive depot. Photograph taken 28th August 1954. Copyright Tansport Treasury. Do not reproduce.
PH/HUNTN/125HUNTSV2 locomotive, 60800, Green Arrow, heads a north bound pick up goods at Huntingdon North Station. Photograph taken 29th July 1952. 60800 is now preserved at the National Railway Museum. Copyright Transport Treasury. Do not reproduce.
PH/HUNTN/126HUNTS2MT locomotive, 46400, standing at Huntingdon East Station. Photograph taken 29th July 1952. Copyright Transport Treasury. Do not reproduce.
PH/HUNTN/127HUNTS2F locomotive, 58214, turns on the small turntable behind the locomotive shed at Huntingdon East Station. Copyright Transport Treasury. Do not reproduce.
PH/BUCKD/61HUNTS2MT locomotive, 46403, stands at Buckden Station with the Kettering to Cambridge train. Copyright Transport Treasury. Do not reproduce.
PH/HUNTN/128HUNTSB1 class locomotive, 61391, stands at Huntingdon North Station with a Kins Cross local train. Photograph taken on 27th July 1952. Copyright Transport Treasury. Do not reproduce.
PH/HUNTN/129Huntingdon North Station. Photograph taken March 1966, before rebuilding. Copyright Transport Treasury. Do not reproduce.
PH/HUNTN/130Signals at Huntingdon North Station, on the north bound line. Photograph taken in March 1966. Copyright Transport Treasury. Do not reproduce.
PH/HUNTN/131Huntingdon East Station, looking towards Godmanchester on the Cambridge bound platform. Foot bridge in the fore ground and locomotive shed in the back ground. Photographed on 25th December 1955. Copyright Transport Treasury. Do not reproduce.
PH/GODMC/73HUNTSInterior of Godmanchester signal box. Photograph taken on 16th July 1954. Copyright Transport Treasury. Do not reproduce.
PH/HUNTN/132Huntingdon North Station, looking south. Taken before reconstruction. Photograph taken on 28th August 1952. Copyright Transport Treasury. Do not reproduce.
PH/HUNTN/133Signals at the north end of Huntingdon North Station. Photograph taken on 25th August 1952. Copyright Transport Treasury. Do not reproduce.
PH/OFF.C/07HUNTSOfford Station, looking north. Photograph taken on 30th January 1955. Copyright Transport Treasury. Do not reproduce.
PH/HUNTN/134HUNTSOne of the last Great Eastern Locomotives to work in the area was J15 class 0-6-0, number 65420. This locomotive was temporarily allocated to the New England Depot, at Peterbrough and ran down the main line daily to work the engineers train, which was engaged on track recovery, on the Kettering to Cambridge line as far as St Ives. Photographed in the area of Godmanchester Station on 31st August 1961. Copyright Transport Treasury. Do not reproduce.
PH/HUNTN/135HUNTSSee above. Photographed in the area of Godmanchester Station on 31st August 1961. Copyright Transport Treasury. Do not reproduce
PH/HUNTN/136HUNTSSee above. Photographed in the area of Godmanchester Station on 31st August 1961. Copyright Transport Treasury. Do not reproduce
PH/HUNTN/137HUNTSSee above. Photographed in the area of Godmanchester Station on 31st August 1961. Copyright Transport Treasury. Do not reproduce
PH/HUNTN/138HUNTSSee above. Photographed in the area of Godmanchester Station on 31st August 1961. Copyright Transport Treasury. Do not reproduce
PH/S.IVE/Railway/32HUNTSD16/3 class locomotive, 4-4-0, number 62551, stands on the Cambridge bound platform. Photograph taken on 7th June 1952. The D16/3 was a rebuild of the D16, "Super Claud" class also known as "Claud Hamilton". Several were retained as Royal Trains until the class was with drawn in 1960. Copyright Transport Treasury. Do not reproduce.
PH/GODMC/71HUNTSJ15 class locomotive, 65442, standing at Godmanchester Sation, with a goods pick up for Huntingdon. Photograph taken on 7th June 1952. Copyright Transport Treasury. Do not reproduce.
PH/GODMC/72HUNTSStandard class locomotive, 2MT, 46444, ready to leave Godmanchester Station with a Cambridge train. Photograph taken 7th June 1952. Copyright Transport Treasury. Do not reproduce.
PH/S.IVE/Railway/27HUNTSD16 class locomotive, 62551, standing at St Ives Station on the Cambridge bound platform. No date given. This class of locomotive was with drawn from service in 1960.None of the type have been preserved. Copyright Transport Treasury. Do not reproduce.
PH/S.IVE/Railway/28HUNTSView from the March bound platform, St Ives Station, looking towards Cambridge. Next stop along the line was Swavesey Station. Photograph taken on 7th June 1952. Copyright Transport Treasury. Do not reproduce.
PH/S.IVE/Railway/29HUNTSD16 class locomotive, 62618, leaving St Ives Station, bound for Cambridge with a local train. No date given. Copyright Transport Treasury. Do not reproduce.
PH/S.IVE/Railway/30HUNTSD16 class locomotive, 62569, standing at the Cambridge bound platform, St Ives Station, with a local train. No date given. Copyright Transport Treasury. Do not reproduce.
PH/S.IVE/Railway/31HUNTSJ17 class locomotive, 65575, approaches St Ives Station, from Cambridge, working a van train to March. Photograph taken 21st September 1954. Copyright Transport Treasury. Do not reproduce.
PH/HUNTN/139HUNTSJ15 class locomotive, 65405, after crossing the river bridge at Huntingdon, with the afternoon goods train. Photograph taken 7th March 1953. Copyright Transport Tresaury. Do not reproduce.
PH/HUNTN/140HUNTS2MT class locomotive, 46401, leaving Huntingdon East Station with a Cambridge bound train, about to pass the engine shed. Photograph taken 10th April 1953. Copyright Transport Tresaury. Do not reproduce.
PH/HUNTN/141HUNTSV2 class locomotive, 60893, standing on the London bound platform at Huntingdon North Station, with a goods train. Photograph taken 7th March 1953. Copyright Transport Tresaury. Do not reproduce.
PH/HUNTN/142HUNTSA WD 2-8-0 class locomotive, 90259, shunting atHuntingdon North Station, with a north bound pickup freight. Most locomotives of this class were used in Europe by the allies after D Day. BR purchased several after the war. Photograph taken 2nd May 1953. Copyright Transport Tresaury. Do not reproduce.
PH/S.IVE/Railway/33HUNTSJ20 class locomotive, 64690, heads a goods train through St Ives Station towards Cambridge. Photograph taken 28th September 1954. This class of locomotive was one of the most powerful 0-6-0 tender types made. Copyright Transport Treasurey. Do not reproduce.
PH/S.IVE/Railway/34HUNTSD16/3 class locomotive, 62574, arriving at St Ives Station with a March stopping passenger train, from Cambridge. The D16/3 was a rebuilt D16, known as a "Super Claud". Photograph taken 28th August 1954. Copyright Transport Treasurey. Do not reproduce.
PH/HUNTN/143HUNTSThe Huntingdon East Station locomotive depot. To the rear is a small turntable. Photograph taken on 28th September 1954. Copyright Transport Treasurey. Do not reproduce.
PH/RAMSY/48HUNTSJ17 class locomotive, 65562, from the March Depot, working a special train at Ramsey East. The "Fenman" was a regular tour of branch lines around the east. Photograph taken on 24th June 1955. Copyright Transport Treasurey. Do not reproduce.
PH/RAMSY/49Same occasion as above, with the train ready to leave. Copyright Transport Treasury. Do not reproduce.
PH/RAMSY/50Same occasion as above, train leaving Ramsey East Station. Copyright Transport Treasury. Do not reproduce.
PH/RAMSY/51Ramsey North Station layout, looking towards the town. Photograph taken 24th July 1955. Copyright Transport Treasury. Do not reproduce.
PH/RAMSY/52Ramsey East Station. GER branch. Photograph taken 24th July 1955. Copyright Transport Treasury. Do not reproduce.
PH/S.IVE/Railway/35D16, 4-4-0, number 62614, runs into St Ives with a lightweight March to Cambridge local train. Note the unique signal. No date given. Copyright Transport Treasury. Do not reproduce.
PH/RAMSY/53Front of Ramsey North Station, looking out of town towards St Mary's. GNR branch line to Holme Station, which was on the main east coast line. Photograph taken 24th July 1955. Copyright Transport Treasury. Do not reproduce.
PH/HUNTN/144V2 class locomotive, number 60842, leaving Huntingdon North Station with a south bound local train. Note the steam leaks. No date given. Copyright Transport Treasury. Do not reproduce.
PH/HUNTN/145Railway bridge over the river Great Ouse at Huntingdon looking towards Godmanchester, after it's reduction to single track. Photograph taken 8th March 1954. Copyright Transport Treasury. Do not reproduce.
PH/HUNTN/146One of the last ex GER E4 2-4-0 class locomotives in service, number 62788. Seen at Huntingdon East Station with a weed killing train. The E4 class was first built in the 1890s and so would have been in service nearly 60 years. Photograph taken on 22nd April 1957. Copyright Transport Treasury. Do not reproduce.
SAVNM2013.4St IvesGroup photograph 'The Grammar School, St Ives., Hunts, May 1923'. Taken outside, showing pupils (mixture of seated and standing) and teachers (all seated). Under photograph with text is the school's coat of arm and motto 'Oral et labora'.
SAVNM2013.8HUNTSBlack and white copy photograph of The Waits 'during refurbishment', c1933-4. The edge of the newly opened Norris Museum can be seen to the left of the photograph. A man and boy are standing (with their backs to the photographer) leaning on a bicycle, looking over the Waits watching a man working a dragline. The ground has been excavated and planks of wood/timber lie in piles. Two small tress on either side. Holt Island can be seen beyond.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.1HUNTS View of Abbotsley Church, showing man wearing bowler hat with small child standing next to a hedge.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.10HUNTSClipped newspaper(?) image of "Eaton Church" from south same format as PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.24)
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.11HUNTSPrint from photograph of Eaton Socon Mills - nb image has been titled "SOCUM"; viewed across water; Church tower in background
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.12HUNTSView of River Great Ouse - winter showing bank erosion; printed photograph.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.13HUNTSView of waterway possibly in winter (or overexposed) ; printed photograph.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.14HUNTSView of waterway possibly in winter (or overexposed) ; printed photograph.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.15HUNTSView of waterway possibly in flood ; printed photograph.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.16HUNTSView of waterway possibly in summer; showing riverside path ; printed photograph.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.18HUNTSPrinted photograph of Everton Church from South East. This image is probably several years newer than the image which follows.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.19HUNTS Photograph of Everton Church from South East. This image is probably several years older than the image which it follows.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.2HUNTSBlack and white image of Hinchingbrooke House, circa 1910?, showing two women and a figure with a pony and trap( at right hand of image; clear view of architectural features.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.20HUNTSPrint on card of sketch of St Mary's Church Eynesbury 1857 showing tower, nave and single storey structure, which has "gone" fromlater images on the same page - the image shows a possible date stamp.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.21HUNTSPhotograph of St Mary's Church from the south, showing gravestones and neighbouring houses
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.22HUNTSPhotograph of St Mary's Church from the north, showing flinted wall and porch.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.23HUNTSPhotograph of St Mary's Church, Eynesbury, from the north, showing flinted wall and porch.There are groups of people:three boys with bags;girls in possible school clothes; adults ( possibly teachers). Horse dung on roadway.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.24HUNTSPrinted photograph on card ( same format as PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.10) - Showing St Mary's Church, Eynesbury, from the North.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.3HUNTSSepia Photograph Pepys House, Brampton, July 1908, by A B W; with large tree
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.4HUNTSView of Buckden Palace from the churchyard, showing gravestones and church tower(far right)
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.5HUNTSView of Buckden Church, showing the South Porch, 20/4/1903, by Reverend H Knights - gravestone with visible lettering in right foreground.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.6HUNTS Buckden Palace showing grounds with indistinct group of people
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.7HUNTSWall of Buckden Palace - overgrown with ivy.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.8DiddingtonDiddington Church - photograghed from the North (poss in summer)
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.9Eaton SoconEaton Socon Church photographed from south-east also showing gravestones: Samuel and Emma Smith; William Cooper.Boy in view.
SAVNM2013.14St IvesColour photograph of St Ives Post Office, (empty) on Crown Street, taken from Bridge Street, 1998
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.25HUNTSEynesbury Church: triple stained glass windows;alter; choir stalls; organ;hymn board ; pews.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.26Double Stained glass window with mullion.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.27EynesburyDouble Stained glass window with mullion. .. Low quality copy of image "PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.26
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.28EynesburyDetail of pew(?) (finial?) showing leaf design and quadruped creature possibly carrying a human form.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.29EynesburyDetail of pew(?) (finial?)showing leaf design and quadruped creature, cable moulding
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.30EynesburyDetail of pew(?) (finial?) showing leaf design and quadruped creature, cable moulding
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.31EynesburyFoliated capital
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.32EynesburyWooden decoration on pew with leaf motif and finial
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.33EynesburyWooden decoration on pew with leaf motif and finial
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.34EynesburyDetail of pew(?) (finial?) showing leaf design and quadruped creature with horn(?), cable moulding
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.35EynesburyDetail of pew (finial?) showing leaf design and quadruped creature carrying a humanoid figure, cable moulding
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.36EynesburyDetail of pew(?) (finial?) showing leaf design and quadruped creature, cable moulding
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.37EynesburyDetail of pew(?) (finial?) showing leaf design and creature, cable moulding
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.38St NeotsView of "Boys' School, St Neots" showing building, yard , gate , adjacent terrace houses, two boys, church in mist at rear.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.39EynesburyView of "Boys' School, Eynesbury" showing building, yard , gate, fence.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.40EynesburyView of " Eynesbury Rectory" showing building, lawns, flagpole, low wall, church tower in background
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.41EynesburyView of " Eynesbury Rectory from the N.E." showing building, lawns, six figures - five people, one dog.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.42EynesburyView of " Eynesbury Rectory from the N.E." showing building, lawns, seven figures - six people, one dog
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.43EynesburyEynesbury Rectory West front;six(seven?) figures and low wall
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.44EynesburyEynesbury House, Two (three?) figures and croquet lawn
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.45EynesburyEynesbury House, Two (three?) figures and croquet lawn
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.46EynesburyEynesbury House , lawn
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.47EynesburyEynesbury House, Two (three?) figures and croquet lawn
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.48EynesburyEynesbury House, Two (female?) figures, flower bed and lawn
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.49EynesburyEynesbury - man leading horse on road (possibly "Old North Road"); church and small figures in background
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.50EynesburyThree storey shop (Wildemans), Eynesbury with signs, "Frys" "Lyons" "Colemans Starch"" Nestles"" Illegible"; woman with perambulator - see also item PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.53
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.51EynesburyEynesbury - small green with water pump, inn, man crossing road, horse and rider and other figures in distance
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.52EynesburyEynesbury - house in Bukly Street - under modification, suited man at front
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.53EynesburyEynesbury - house of C Wildeman - the same building/shop as in PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.50
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.54EynesburyEynesbury - Church Room- with horse and trap, gas lamp,horse and rider, and figure in background
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.55EynesburyHigh Street, Eynesbury - showing Three storey building (possibly Wildeman's q.v) with flagpole, man and girl on pavement, ornate lamp fitting opposite
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.56EynesburyAerial view of Eynesbury taken from church(?) showing houses, industry, glasshouses, cart with two horses, church with tower
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.57EynesburyAerial view of Eynesbury taken from church(?) showing houses, farm buildings and flooded countryside
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.58EynesburyWilliam Emery seated
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.59EynesburyWilliam Emery seated - outside Emery House
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.59AEynesburyWilliam Emery portrait
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.60EynesburySt Neots UDC employees at Eynesbury with tools , steam engine, "Bayleys" cart, buildings and bicycle
SAVNM2013.3bSt IvesColour photograph of F.A. Standen & Sons Ltd building in St Ives (Ramsey Road). The Toyota Garage now stands where Standen's was (2013).
SAVNM2013.3cSt IvesColour photograph of F.A. Standen & Sons Ltd building in St Ives (Ramsey Road). The Toyota Garage now stands where Standen's was (2013). This is showing the side of the building, with various Standen machinery outside
SAVNM2013.3hSt IvesBlack and white copy photograph of 4 gentlemen at the Royal Show, Trumpington. L-R Frank Standen, ?, Harry Ferguson (inventor - apparently rare photograph of him without his glasses, although he is holding them in his left hand), John Standen in background (face blocked), Peter Standen (inventor).
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.77HuntingdonHuntingdon; St Mary's Church: from the Market Square - showing railings, graveyard and clock
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.78HuntingdonHuntingdon; St Mary's Church: from the Market Square - showing clock
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.79HuntingdonHuntingdon: High Street, looking south-west, showing Brewery entrance(Marshall's?), shopfronts, pub lamps/sign(Queen's Head?) and two churches in background; cart on street.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.80HuntingdonHuntingdon County Hospital, showing "founding details" masonry andlawn; four figures( inc two nurses) in doorway.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.81HuntingdonHuntingdon Market Square ("Market Hill"), showing St Mary's Church, large tree, Old Grammar School( now Cromell Museum), shopfrontages and two men on roadway.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.82HuntingdonHuntingdon Market Square ("Market Hill"), showing St Mary's Church, large trees, Old Grammar School( now Cromell Museum), shopfrontages and many men on roadway; two horsedrawn vehicle - one with produce - also part of building("Falcon Inn"?) in view on west side of square.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.83HuntingdonHuntingdon Bridge (over River Great Ouse) also showing Textile and Flour mills, barges, boathouses,terrace(of Bridge Hotel?)bridgefoot buildings on east side of river, man in rowing boat and two horses feeding on flowery bank.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.84HuntingdonHuntingdon Bridge (over River Great Ouse) also showing Textile and Flour mills, barges, boathouses,terrace(of Bridge Hotel?)bridgefoot buildings on east side of river, man and boy on bankand enclosed black horsedrawn vehicle on east side of bridge.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.85HuntingdonHuntingdon - "Nun'sBridge" (over River Great Ouse, carrying A604 aka "Via Devana").
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.86HuntingdonHuntingdon Aviation Ground -part of the "Portholme"; also showing foot /cattle bridge and buildings( possibly railway and gas structures)
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.87HuntingdonClergyman seated -1912
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.88HuntingdonMan seated (possible Mr De Veasey a banker, High st., Huntingdon)
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.89KimboltonKimbolton Castle, showing steps to pillared entrance
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.90KimboltonKimbolton Castle, showing steps to pillared entrance
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.91Kings RiptonKings Ripton Church from road, showing tower/belfry, woman (with posy?) and five(?) children seated by wall
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.92 PaxtonLittle Paxton Church, showing wall and graveyard
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.93 PaxtonLittle Paxton Collegehurch, showing fence garden and three female figures.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.94 PaxtonView of flooded area from "Paxton Hill" - probably River Great Ouse - large houe in middle distance.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.95 PaxtonView of Great Paxton - from high ground (possibly where school is now sited) with church tower in distance)
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.96 PaxtonView from Paxton Hill, showing River Great Ouseand railway line with signals.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.97RamseyRamsey Church, 1869, showing wall, graves and railings
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.98RamseyRemains of Ramsey Abbey, 1869, partially overgrown.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.99St IvesSaint Ives Parish Church ("AllSaints"), from SW (possibly taken from Holt/Sea Scouts' Island), showing two figures on ford-bank, boats and a boathouse.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.100St IvesSaint Ives Market Hill - The Statue of Oliver Cromwell - also good view of Corn Exchange and adjoining shops - people on the square.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.101St IvesHoughton Mill from the south side of the mill pool with man in boat also showing associated buildings
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.102St IvesSt Ives Bridge and chapel, viewed from the east showing the balcony; the chapel has the, now removed, upper storey; also in view the "Dolphin Hotel"
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.103St IvesSt Ives Bridge and chapel, viewed from the east showing the balcony; the chapel has the, now removed, upper storey; also in view the "Dolphin Hotel" and buildings/boathouses of The Quay and Wellington Lane; man in punt on the river
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.104St IvesHoughton Mill from the south side of the mill pool, also showing associated buildings
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.105St IvesSt Ives Bridge and chapel, viewed from the east showing the balcony; the chapel has the, now removed, upper storey; also in view the building on the bridgefoot (SE side), barges, The Quay and The Manor House - All Saints spire in the distance.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.106St NeotsSt Neots Church, showing lawn, shrubs and graves (image has some mottling)
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.107St NeotsSt Neots Church, showing recent graves and graves with stones - possibly dated May 1919.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.108St NeotsSt Neots Church, showing graves with stones.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.109St NeotsSt Neots Church, showing graves with stones.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.110St NeotsSt Neots Church, showing shrubs and graves.
PH/SPALD/44SpaldwickSt James Church, Spaldwick
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.120St NeotsSt Neots Church showing nave, chancel, wall, graveyard and tower.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.121St NeotsSt Neots Church showing tower and neighbouring houses and other buildings.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.122St NeotsSt Neots Church showing tower .
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.123St NeotsSt Neots Church showing nave, chancel, wall, graveyard and tower.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.124St NeotsSt Neots Church showing tower and neighbouring building and field.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.125St NeotsSt Neots Church showing tower and neighbouring houses.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.126St NeotsSt Neots Church showing tower and surrounding trees.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.127St NeotsSt Neots cemetery/park with some gravestones and a gardener, two girls (and possibly other figures in distance); St Neots church in far distance.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.128St NeotsSt Neots Church showing nave, wall, graveyard and tower.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.129St NeotsSt Neots cemetery with some gravestones; St Neots church in far distance.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.130St NeotsSt Neots Church - the nave and pews.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.131St Neots St Neots Church - pulpit
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.132St Neots St Neots Church - pulpit; also showing finials on two pews.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.133St NeotsSt Neots Church - the nave and pews.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.134St NeotsSt Neots Church - the font, aisle, nave, pews and altar.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.135St NeotsSt Neots Church (interior)- memorial stone for "REVd GEORGE CORNELIUS CORHAM B. D." .. "19th[?] DAY OF JUNE 1857" - there is much other writing on the inscription.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.61GodmanchesterChurch,tower and spire, clock, associated buildings with female and two males in garden and male figure at window.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.62GodmanchesterRiver view at Godmanchester showing church, school and library buildings, Chinese Bridge, river pool and pathway leading to Portholme.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.63GodmanchesterRiver view at Godmanchester pathway leading to Portholme.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.64GodmanchesterRiver view at Godmanchester showing Mill, wooden bridge and rowing boat with man and boy aboard.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.65GodmanchesterThe causeway("Avenue" )across the meadow linking Godmanchester and Huntingdon showing two men (with a bicycle and a dog) and a boy - cattle on meadow.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.66GodmanchesterFrom Godmanchester - the causeway("Avenue" )across the meadow linking Godmanchester and Huntingdon showing "The Black Bull" inn and houses opposite, two women, two young girls and man and horse-drawn vehicle in the distance; also distant view of the "Rivermill".
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.67Great GransdenMiscellany of articles incl. bassoon, two curved tools/sticks/horns?, photographs and books(one of which is an Annotation Bible) - image is rather faded(7.1.2014)
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.68Great StaughtonChurch with tower and graveyard, and half-timbered barn on adjoining plot
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.69Great StaughtonChurch with tower and graveyard.taken from adjoining field(Faded or over exposed image)
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.70GrafhamChurch with tower and steeple and graveyard
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.71HartfordView of Hartford from SE bank of River Great Ouse, showing church, house, two men working with cattle( which may just have been ferried across the river) and boat with two men and a woman.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.72HartfordView of Hartford from SE bank of River Great Ouse, showing church,elevated roadway/bridge? and boathouse/tunnel?
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.73HinchingbrookeHinchingbrooke House general view viewed from the south - showing arched walkway
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.74HinchingbrookeHinchingbrooke House viewed from the south - showing arched walkway
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.75HinchingbrookeSeated man - possibly Earl of Sandwich - with illegible signiture on lower border of photograph (possibly "older" image of person on same page)
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.76HinchingbrookeEarl of Sandwich - standing with cane, buttonhole, boater and light/summer suit ( possibly "younger" image of person on same page)
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.111St NeotsSt Neots Church, showing wall, cobbled road, path and gaslamp
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.111ASt NeotsSt Neots Church, showing wall, path and other buildings in background; also feint image of man in top hat
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.112St NeotsSt Neots Church - possibly a model of.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.113St NeotsSt Neots Church, showing shrubs and graves.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.114St NeotsSt Neots Church, showing shrubs and graves.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.115St NeotsSt Neots Church, showing shrubs and graves.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.116St NeotsSt Neots Church, showing wall and graves; a boy and girl arestanding outside the wall.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.117St NeotsA drawing of St Neots Church with various people and a man on a horse.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.118St NeotsSt Neots Church chancel being constructed/rebuilt.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.119St NeotsSt Neots Church chancel having been constructed/rebuilt.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.136St NeotsSt Neots Church- the aisle, nave, pews and altar - also shows roof beams.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.137St NeotsSt Neots(?); showing the grave stone of "THOMAS GOODGAMES(?) …BORN ??? 1845 DIED 12th MAY1879"
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.138St NeotsSt Neots - parkland showing a man; St Neots church in distance.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.139St NeotsSt Neots - parkalnd/rough pasture ; St Neots church in distance.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.140St NeotsSt Neots - farmland/meadow; St Neots Church in far distance.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.141St NeotsSt Neots park with a gardener - ornate grill fencing; St Neots church in far distance.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.142St NeotsSt Neots- street view, showing"THE BLUE BALL" inn, houses, shops(?) with many people in the street; St Neots church in far distance.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.143HuntsSt Neots Congregational Church; also showing graveyard and wall
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.144HuntsSt Neots Congregational Church; also showing ornate railings and adjoining buildings.
PH/SPALD/45SpaldwickSpaldwick Mill with its sails and hub (the sails were blown off in 1922 and the hub was lost in May 1938). John Belton in foreground.
PH/SPALD/47SpaldwickSt James Church - Nave Door
PH/SPALD/46SpaldwickSpaldwick Bridge
PH/SPALD/48SpaldwickInterior of St James Church, Spaldwick
PH/SPALD/49SpaldwickPostcard of Spaldwick High Street
PH/SPALD/50SpaldwickInterior of St James Church
PH/SPALD/51SpaldwickSt James Church
PH/SPALD/52SpaldwickInterior of St James Church
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.144St NeotsSt Neots Congregational Church; also showing ornate railings and adjoining buildings.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.145St NeotsSt Neots Congregational Church; also showing ornate railings and adjoining buildings(with part of works sign in view "ELLWOOD").
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.146St NeotsFallen trees across Mill Lane, leading up to Priory Hill - with young woman sitting (see also next image)
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.147St Neots Mill Lane, leading up to Priory Hill - (see also prevous image)
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.148St NeotsLarge building(Priory?) with mature trees.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.149St NeotsSt Neots Bridge with adjoining buildings; small boat with men on the water.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.150St NeotsRiver Great Ouse from Paxton Hill
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.151St NeotsHall Place, St Neots:showing building, lawn with sundial and two(?) figures-one male ,one female.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.152St NeotsHall Place, St Neots:showing building, lawn withflower beds and one figures- female on bench;wisteria in bloom.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.153St NeotsHall Place, St Neots:showing ornate gates, wall and garden.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.154St Neots"Priory Hill" .. Showing entrance with circular steps and pillars and lawn
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.155St Neots"Priory Hill" .. Showing building and curved path.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.156St NeotsSt Neots Station - showing platform(north-bound?),thirteen staff, two boys and man with working horse; also advertising posters andlamp.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.157St NeotsSt Neots Station - showing small steam engine and drop-sided truck), two staff, one man and nearby building/house.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.158St NeotsSt Neots Cemetery - showing some paths, lawns, gate post,buildings, some workers, a few graves in the mid distance and St Neots Church in the distance
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.159St NeotsSt Neots mill and River Great Ouse (in flood?)
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.160St NeotsBrook House, St Neots, showing front of house, door railings and roof with television aerial.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.161St Neots St Neots, 1907 - showing plaster work from butchers' shop (this building later became The Bridge Hotel)
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.162St Neots St Neots, 1906 - Showing Mr Brown's House which was a butchers' shop (this building later became The Bridge Hotel), adjoining The Half Moon Hotel.The plaster work in well-shown(see above)
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.163St Neots St Neots, 1906 - Showing the south wall of Mr Brown's House which was a butchers' shop.The plaster work in well-shown(see above)
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.164St NeotsDrawing room of Mr Medalnd's houe, New Road, St Neots(1914); showing rich furnishings and wood panelled walls with very ornate fire surround.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.165St NeotsST Neots - The Vicarage(ca 1875); showing garden and decorated plaster/brick work.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.166St NeotsSt Neots - thatched cottages, gate, road and trees - Priory Hill.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.167St NeotsSt Neots - looking west, showing roofs,some industry, market place and distant countryside.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.168St NeotsSt Neots - looking north-east, showing roofs, glasshouses, houses, houses and distant countryside.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.169St NeotsSt Neots - looking north, showing roofs,school, houses and distant countryside.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.170St NeotsSt Neots; the market square - showing shops, inns, the brewery(?)(Paine's?), Offices of "St Neots Advertiser",people and horsedrawn vehicles.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.171St NeotsSt Neots - ThePriory, also showing ajoining parkland/garden
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.172St NeotsSt Neots - the south side of the market square, showing three three-storey buildings, including two coach arches
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.173St NeotsSt Neots, showing Hunter Street - a house and adjoining buildings; also showing agirl and two men.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.174St NeotsSt Neots, showing three shops;"BEDELLS" - a grocery;"BARNES" a confectioner and fruiterer; a (womens'?)clothing shop.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.175St NeotsSt Neots, showing a road corner with apub("Welles" Ales) and the corrnershop(?) closed/ boarded-up - the road to the right is said to lead to Eynesbury.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.176St NeotsSt Neots, a view of the Market Square and buildings on the north side, including the bridgefoot; several people are in view; the pub sign of "The Golden Ball" is in view.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.177St NeotsSt Neots, a view of the Queen's Head(?)and/or Bull's Head(?)Green End, 1898; "R Baxter Grocer" shop and two women (one with a baby), a woman in the roadway and a pram; a wooded area is in view( this image could be of Godmanchester?)
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.178St NeotsSt Neots, showing a terrace of three cottages, each with a woman outside, and alarger building to the east(possibly an inn) - Cambridge Street(south side)
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.179St NeotsSt Neots - a view of the Market Square and buildings on the south side, including "Commercial Inn" , "H Nottingham","..ard Stephens", a steam engine with a"folded down" stack and other equipment and stalls are in the square with many people.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.180St NeotsSt Neots - a view of the Market Square(looking east) and buildings on the east side, including "The Golden Ball",St Neots Advertiser and other shops with aview of Cambridge Street; many people are in view.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.181St NeotsSt Neots, Paper Mills(ca 1900) - Later"Samuel Jones" - showing a cobbled road surface and the causeway across River Great Ouse.(Four people are in view on the west bank)
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.182St NeotsSt Neots, the Corn Exchange (High Street) with many posters.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.183St NeotsSt Neots, looking west into the market area - showing "The Dewdrop Inn" sign and"Ellwoods" - adjacent to the , out of view, Congregational Church; many people and horsedrawn vehicles are in view.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.184St NeotsSt Neots - the south side of HighStreet/Cambridge Street - showing "The Royal Oak" and "The DewDrop Inn" public houses, "K U R R " pork butcher with many people,young and old, in view
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.185St NeotsSt Neots, Church Street, March 1900 - showing "The Wheatsheaf Inn" and "G Anderso"n?" Wheelwright" aroadway with people in the distance.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.186St NeotsSt Neots - the butcher's shop and "The Half Moon Hotel" at the west end of the Market Square on the Bridgefoot; the butcher and several people are in view as well as much meat and carcasses.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.187St NeotsSt Neots - probably a view of the "old" river bridge{very faint, small, image}showing a works chimney also.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.188St NeotsSt Neots - Market Square, south side, with piles of cobbles/rubble(?) possibly ready for surface repairs.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.189St NeotsSt Neots - Market Square, north and northwest sides, showing "COBB" grocer and Half Moon Hotel - with other premises and some figures in view.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.190St NeotsSt Neots (about 1898) - looking from Market Square to the east towards High Street/Cambridge Street ,"FREEMAN, HARDY & WILLIS" and many shops(with awnings) and people in view.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.191St NeotsSt Neots (about 1898) - looking from west end ofMarket Square to the east towards High Street/Cambridge Street ; many shops(with awnings), a horsedrawn vehicle and people in view.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.192St NeotsSt Neots Market Square - southwest corner - showing entrance to Paine's Brewery, London and County Bank and a shop("BLANDFORD")
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.193St NeotsSt Neots Market Square - southeast corner - showing many premises, including "LONDON CENTRAL MEAT CO","SAWFORD HAIRCUTTING HAIRDRESSERS", "QUEENS HEAD HOTEL", "THOMAS", "POST OFFICE"
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.194St NeotsSt Neots - looking north along River Great Ouse towards the (new) bridge with, in foreground, cut vegetation(reeds?), a loaded barge and workers and aworks chimney at east end of bridge.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.195St NeotsSt Neots - looking north along River Great Ouse towards the (old) bridge with, in foreground, two females with a dog.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.196St NeotsSt Neots - river scene, possibly looking south from bridge, with the rears of buildings, a landing stage and some boats.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.197St Neots(?)St Neots(?) - river scene," Weston Brook" showing a man and woman in a rowing boat (smartly dressed).
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.198St Neots(?)St Neots(?) - river scene," Weston Brook" showing a man and two women in a rowing boat (smartly dressed).
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.199St Neots(?)St Neots(?) - river scene,showing junction of two rivers/brooks.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.200St NeotsSt Neots - river scene," near paper mills" with river side(storage{?}) buildings
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.201St NeotsSt Neots - river scene," Mill Lane" with a road way leading to a river sidetrack/road with a man on abench and a smallriverside structure.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.201ASt NeotsEynesbury - near St Neots - river scene, with two churches in far distance.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.202St NeotsSt Neots - looking north through arch of bridge(possibly the "old" bridge), with the rears of some buildings on the east bank and, possibly, some craft moored on the west bank.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.203St NeotsSt Neots - river scene - showing wide waterway with brick structure( possibly a lock) and a wooden structure linking that to the far bank; a man is seated on a pole fence on the nearside watching two younger males seated on the wooden structure.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.204St NeotsSt Neots - river scene - showing wide waterway with brick structure( possibly a lock) and a wooden structure linking that to the far bank; a man is seated on the nearside watching two younger males on the wooden structure.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.205St NeotsSt Neots - river scene - looking towards the paper mill.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.206St NeotsSt Neots (1885)- river scene - looking towards the paper mill, with two women and a younger person in a rowing boat.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.207St NeotsSt Neots (1885) - river scene - looking at the paper mill.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.208St NeotsSt Neots (1911) - river scene - looking at the paper mill.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.209St NeotsSt Neots (1907 - 8)) - street scene - snow covering, and many shops and other premises, including "HORACE CLARABUT THE NEW DRAPERY STORES"
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.210St NeotsSt Neots - street scene - snow covering, and many inns, shops and other premises, including "JT THIRTLE", "ST NEOTS ADVERTISER", "LONDON CENTRAL MEAT"
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.211St NeotsSt Neots(?) - river scene - possibly at the paper mill - showing timber walk way.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.212St NeotsSt Neots - street scene - showing east side of and the southeast corner of the Market Square before an "alteration to a 'BANK'"; the market has a cross on a stone plinth.(The shop names are not easily readable.)
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.213St NeotsSt Neots: River Great Ouse - frozen - and bridge, looking north; people are walking and skating.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.214St NeotsRiver Great Ouse, frozen; preparing for a "Bandy Match" 1895. Five people in view.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.215St NeotsRiver Great Ouse, frozen; "Bandy Match" February1895. Many players in view.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.216St NeotsSt Neots, Market Square, looking northeast;snow covered; many shops and buildings in view, including "ST NEOTS TOILET CLUB", "J. T. Thirtle" and others with signs difficult to read; ornate central market tower.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.217St NeotsSt Neots, looking from Market Square eastwards; flooded street scene with boats in view and a horsedrawn vehicle appearing from the square.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.218St NeotsSt Neots, looking towards Market Square from the east along High Street; flooded street scene with a person looking from awindow in the premises called, "FORDHAM'S THE THREE TUNS" .
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.219St NeotsSt Neots, looking from Market Square eastwards along High Street; flooded street scene with boats in view and a horsedrawn vehicle appearing from the square.( Smaller version of image .. PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.217 )
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.220St NeotsSt Neots, looking from Market Square eastern side, including, "ST NEOTS ADVERTISER" and, "LONDON CENTRAL MEAT" premises; flood scene with people looking from doors and windows.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.221St NeotsSt Neots, looking from Market Square eastern side, including, "WELLS'S" tavern and,"ST NEOTS ADVERTISER" premises; partial flood scene with people looking at the water and some boats farther down the High Street.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.222St NeotsSt Neots, flood scene showing "FOX HOUNDS INN" and "BOUTAL.SADDLER" with two men on stilts,people looking at the water and a horse drawn carriage in the distance.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.223St NeotsSt Neots, looking into the Market Square from the south east corner - flood scene showing two horse drawn carriages approaching and other people in the distance.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.224St NeotsSt Neots, looking into the Market Square from the south east corner - flood scene showing people in the mid-distance and an "INN" - name difficult to read..
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.225St NeotsSt Neots, looking along the Market Square's south side from the southwest corner - flood scene showing "LONDON CENTRAL MEAT" and a horsedrawn vehicle in the mid-distance.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.226St NeotsSt Neots ; paper mill at Little Paxton; River Great Ouse in flood - 1903; also showing walkway.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.227St NeotsSt Neots ; view from paper mill at Little Paxton; River Great Ouse in flood - 1909; also showing walkway and sluice mechanism.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.228St NeotsSt Neots: looking west along Cambridge Street/High Street; the road is flooded. Several horsedrawn vehicles are in view as are many shops and taverns - no name plates are fully readable, eg" …FURNISHER NMONGER"
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.229St NeotsSt Neots: flooded meadow looking towards town with maltings(?) in view. Several figures are wading in the water.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.230St NeotsSt Neots river scene; many people are crowded on the bridge and in a crowded open launch. There are many flags out - a festival or celebration?
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.231St NeotsSt Neots river scene; many people are crowded on the bridge and in several crowded open launches - a festival or celebration?
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.232St NeotsSt Neots river scene; many people are crowded on the bridge and on the banks; many flags are out - a festival or celebration?
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.233St NeotsSt Neots river scene; many people are crowded on the bridge and on the banks; there is a very crowded open boat on the water; many flags are out - a festival or celebration?
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.234St NeotsSt Neots river scene (1895); many people are crowded on the bridge and on the banks; there are many boats on the water; many flags are out - a festival or celebration?
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.235St NeotsSt Neots river scene (1895); many people are crowded on the bridge and on the banks; many flags are out - a festival or celebration?
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.236St NeotsSt Neots High Street (1897, June 22nd) looking west; many people are in view (smartly dressed), flags are out - Queen Victoria Diamond Jubilee.(The "DEWDROP INN" is in view)
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.237St NeotsSt Neots High Street (1897, June 22nd) looking west;a band is marching, followed by people decorated with the letters, "VR" and floats/carriages many people are in view (smartly dressed), flags are out - Queen Victoria Diamond Jubilee.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.238St NeotsSt Neots Market Square (1897, June 22nd) a crowd is watching a group of girls running, the square is decorated with lanterns(?) - Queen Victoria Diamond Jubilee.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.239St NeotsSt Neots Market Square (1897, June 22nd) a crowd is watching a group of young men on bicycles competing with egg and spoon, the square is decorated with lanterns(?) - Queen Victoria Diamond Jubilee.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.240St NeotsSt Neots Market Square (1897, June 22nd) a crowd and a group of men wearing summer hats (probably the festivities committee) - Queen Victoria Diamond Jubilee.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.241St NeotsSt Neots Market Square (1897, June 22nd) a crowd and a group of men competing with barrels - Queen Victoria Diamond Jubilee.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.242St NeotsSt Neots Market Square (1897, June 26th) - a central stage with a group of (well dressed) people who are possibly judging a decorated bicycle competition and a crowd is watching - Queen Victoria Diamond Jubilee.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.243St NeotsSt Neots Market Square (1897, June 26th) - a crowd is watching a group of men in a running race - Queen Victoria Diamond Jubilee.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.244St Neots St Neots Market Square (1897, June 26th) - a decorated bicycle competition and a crowd is watching - Queen Victoria Diamond Jubilee.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.245St Neots St Neots Market Square (1897, June 26th) - a group of men racing with barrels, a trundling race, and a crowd is watching - Queen Victoria Diamond Jubilee.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.246St NeotsSt Neots Drum and Fife Band - 1883 - posing in a field with their leader and their instruments.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.247St NeotsSt Neots Town Football Club - Fellowes' Cup final winning team and match officials and the Trophy - 1893.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.248St NeotsSt Neots Town Football Club - Fellowes' Cup final winning team and linesman and the Trophy - 1895.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.249St NeotsSt Neots Town Football Club - Fellowes' Cup final winning team with refereeand linesman and the Trophy - 1896.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.250St NeotsOne of four family images - Geo J Gorham - a photograph of a painted portrait.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.251St NeotsOne of four family images - Mrs G L Gorham - a photograph of a painted portrait.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.252St NeotsOne of four family images - G C Gorham - a photograph of a painted portrait.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.253St NeotsOne of four family images - G C(?) Gorham - a photograph of a Daguerreotype portrait.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.254St NeotsImage of Dr S (Sam/Samuel?) Wright, a doctor/surgeon of St Neots and attached the obituary from a newspaper.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.255St NeotsImage of a man, D R Tomson, seated in front of shelves of books, probably his bookshop, in a high room with a picture and mirror.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.256St NeotsImage of a man, Frank Day.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.257St NeotsImage of a man, George Day, who died in 1872 aged 62.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.258St NeotsSt Neots: photograph of a man - William Medland with separate copy of a , hand written , (ledger?) entry and newspaper cuuting of his death notice;December,1872.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.259St NeotsSt Neots: photograph of a boy seated wearing a kilt.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.260St NeotsSt Neots: photograph of a man reading a book ( no clues to identity).
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.261St NeotsSt Neots: a gentleman , Mr Thomas Goode, seated - he was butler for Mr George Rowley at Priory Hill.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.262St NeotsSt Neots: a gentleman , Frank Fairey.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.263St NeotsSt Neots: a gentleman , Samuel Fairey.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.264St NeotsSt Neots: Charles Richardson, Town Crier, St Neots, 1882.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.265St NeotsSt Neots; Lieutenant Colonel William Wellington Waterloo Humbley, Lord of Manor of St St Neots; also a signature, with seal, dated 15th August 1883 and a paper cutting of his death notice.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.266SouthoeSouthoe: the south porch of Southoe Church.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.267SouthoeSouthoe: the south porch of Southoe Church.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.268SouthoeSouthoe: Southoe Church - showing nave, tower and graveyard.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.269SouthoeSouthoe: the south porch of Southoe Church.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.270SawtrySawtry : All Saints Church, which was pulled down in 1880 - showing west end of building, tower and spire, graves, wooden fence with style and trees.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.271SawtrySawtry : All Saints Church, which was pulled down in 1880 - showing east end of building, tower and spire, graves and trees.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.272SawtrySawtry : All Saints Church, which was pulled down in 1880 - showing interior, pews and arches.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.273HuntingdonshireSawtry; Probably, St Andrew's, pulled down 1879
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.274ToselandToseland; the church from the south, showing graves and the bell tower.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.275ToselandToseland: the entrance to the church.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.276ToselandToseland: the entrance to the church.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.277ToselandToseland: The Manor - showing south face.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.278WaresleyWaresley: the church and surroundings; showing the nave and spire, and the village sign with distances to Potton and London.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.279WaresleyWaresley: the church and surroundings; showing the nave and spire, and the village sign with distances to Potton and London.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01.280ElyEly: pastoral staff - in three sections in case.
SAVNM2014.4.6.1HuntingdonshireGlass plate negative showing (L-R) gentleman (standing), woman (seated) holding a baby in a garden. Is the gentleman William Osborne Peek? C1905? Donor thinks that the gentleman could be William Osborne Peek, the woman could be Mercy Jayne Collinson (wife) and the baby could be eldest daughter Dora Peek.
SAVNM2014.4.6.2HuntingdonshireGlass plate negative showing garden with house in the background, with two girls standing facing the camera. A woman is in the doorway looking on. Osborne Peek family? Donor thinks that the two children could be sisters Winifred (later Briars) and Dora Peek at Richmond House.
SAVNM2014.4.6.3HuntingdonshireGlass plate negative showing garden path? The donor seems to think that this could be in the grounds of Osborne House (brewery)
SAVNM2014.4.6.4HuntingdonshireGlass plate negative showing two women and a girl in a garden. L-R one woman standing, one woman seated and one young girl wearing a hat, standing (. Osborne Peek family in garden? Donor thinks that the seated woman is Mercy Jayne Peek (nee Collinson) together with her sister (standing) Kathleen with daughter (wearing the hat) Joan Mann.
SAVNM2014.7HuntingdonshireBlack and white photograph of Dr and Mrs Grove, outside their house at Tenterleas, St Ives, c1945. Dr William Reginald Grove was Medical Officer of Health for St Ives Rural District, 1916 - 1948. He was born in 1869. There are other items relating to Dr Grove in the collection, including medial equipment and a larger framed photograph. See also PH/S.IVE/PEOPLE18
SAVNM2014.8HuntingdonshireA framed and mounted black and white head and shoulders portrait photograph of Dr William Reginald Grove. A brass plaque along the bottom of the wooden frame reads 'Dr William Reginald Grove, Medical Officer of Health, St Ives Rural District, 1916 - 1948. Dr Grove was born in 1869'
SAVNM2014.11HuntingdonshireBlack and white photograph of the St Ives Fire Station building (exterior) in White Hart Lane/East Street. There are no people in this photograph. The Borough Council built the fire station at a cost of £1040 and was officially opened on 24th March 1938. A new fire station was built in Ramsey Road in 1971.
SAVNM2014.12HuntingdonshireBlack and white phtogrpah of St Ives fire crew members (9 in total) standing in front of the Bedford fire engine, in front of St Ives Fire Station, c1971
SAVNM2014.13HuntingdonshireBlack and white photograph of 5 members of the St Ives Fire Brigade in front of water tender marked 'Huntingdon and Peterborough County Fire Service', c1971?
SAVNM2014.14HuntingdonshireBlack and white photograph showing 'Bill' Jeffery being presented with an inscribed wristlet watch after 29 years in the St Ives Fire Service (late 1960s? Need to look at Hunts Post for article and photograph to get exact date). The rest of the fire crew are standing on either side of him, together with the County Chief Fire Officer Mr J C Maxwell (?check) to the right of Bill. Copy of article in Gordon Townsend's green folder of information relating to St Ives Fire Brigade. The article goes on to say ' the watch was presented to him by Sub Officer Cyril Brighty (to the left of Bill in the photograph). 'Bill' he said, had been a loyal fireman, and for several years the Station Welfare Officer, and they all wished him a long and happy retirement…Mr Cyril Collyer, who succeeds Mr Jeffery as welfare officer, also thanked him for the capable way he looked after the welfare side of the section.
SAVNM2014.15HuntingdonshireBlack and white photograph of the official opening of the new fire station on Ramsey Road, Saturday 15th May, 1971 (see SAVNM2014.18 official programme). Photograph shows personnel of St Ives station being inspected, in front of an audience, the Mayor Councillor BP James in his chain of office, has his back to the camera.
SAVNM2014.16HuntingdonshireBlack and white photograph of the official opening of the new fire station on Ramsey Road, Saturday 15th May, 1971 (see SAVNM2014.18 official programme). Photograph shows personnel of St Ives station being inspected, in front of an audience, (with the new building behind them) the Mayor Councillor BP James in his chain of office, with others behind him - one of them presumiably being Chairman of the Fire and Emergency Services Committee, County Councillor D V Robinson.
SAVNM2014.17HuntingdonshireBlack and white photograph of the new fire station on Ramsey Road, c1971, taken from the other side of the road.
SAVNM2014.19HuntingdonshireMounted black and white photograph of the Warboys National Fire Service Unit in front of a fire engine. C1940s. 7 men standing and 5 men seated in front. Location of photograph in Warboys unknown.
PH/HUNTN/147HuntingdonSouvenir of Huntingdon. Booklet of photographs, mainly of Huntingdon: The Nun's Bridge, Brampton Road, The Ouse and Castle Hill, The courtyard of the George Hotel, The Foundain and County Hospital, Huntingdon and Godmanchester Bridge from the west, High Street (from Pirkiss Stores looking south towards Trinity Church, Market Hill (statue of the Thinking Soldier war memorail with All Saints Church behind), Norman Gate at Hinchingbrooke House, Hartford Church with river and men with a boat in foreground), Brampton Road showing gate lodge to Hinchingbrooke House. Approximately 1920s.
PH/S.IVE/people/51St IvesWedding photograph of Charles and Gemma Watts, 1899. One of 21 copy photographs and captions used in a display by Cloud Nine Gems, 13 Market Hill, St Ives, to celebrate local weddings, 2013.
PH/S.IVE/people/52St IvesWedding photograph of Alfred and Violet Feary, 1937. One of 21 copy photographs and captions used in a display by Cloud Nine Gems, 13 Market Hill, St Ives, to celebrate local weddings, 2013.
PH/S.IVE/people/53St IvesWedding photograph of William and Miriam Moore, 1951. One of 21 copy photographs and captions used in a display by Cloud Nine Gems, 13 Market Hill, St Ives, to celebrate local weddings, 2013.
PH/S.IVE/people/54St IvesWedding photograph of Ken and Stella Bowd, 1954. One of 21 copy photographs and captions used in a display by Cloud Nine Gems, 13 Market Hill, St Ives, to celebrate local weddings, 2013.
PH/S.IVE/people/55St IvesWedding photograph of Geoff and Joyce Hookham, 1956. One of 21 copy photographs and captions used in a display by Cloud Nine Gems, 13 Market Hill, St Ives, to celebrate local weddings, 2013. Also photocopies of receipts for wedding ring, catering for the wedding reception and honeymoon Guest House.
PH/S.IVE/people/56St IvesWedding photograph of Fred and June Allen, 1957. One of 21 copy photographs and captions used in a display by Cloud Nine Gems, 13 Market Hill, St Ives, to celebrate local weddings, 2013.
PH/S.IVE/people/57St IvesWedding photograph of Ivor and Betty Smith, 1957. One of 21 copy photographs and captions used in a display by Cloud Nine Gems, 13 Market Hill, St Ives, to celebrate local weddings, 2013. Also a photocopy of part of their wedding album.
PH/S.IVE/people/58St IvesWedding photograph of Bob and Maureen Harris, 1958. One of 21 copy photographs and captions used in a display by Cloud Nine Gems, 13 Market Hill, St Ives, to celebrate local weddings, 2013.
PH/S.IVE/people/59St IvesWedding photograph of David and Iris Miles, 1960. One of 21 copy photographs and captions used in a display by Cloud Nine Gems, 13 Market Hill, St Ives, to celebrate local weddings, 2013.
PH/S.IVE/people/60St IvesWedding photograph of John and Betty Archer, 1961. One of 21 copy photographs and captions used in a display by Cloud Nine Gems, 13 Market Hill, St Ives, to celebrate local weddings, 2013.
PH/S.IVE/people/61St IvesWedding photograph of Ruben and Christine Tuck, 1967. One of 21 copy photographs and captions used in a display by Cloud Nine Gems, 13 Market Hill, St Ives, to celebrate local weddings, 2013.
PH/S.IVE/people/62St IvesWedding photograph of Ian and Gilly Jackson, 1969. One of 21 copy photographs and captions used in a display by Cloud Nine Gems, 13 Market Hill, St Ives, to celebrate local weddings, 2013.
PH/S.IVE/people/63St IvesWedding photograph of Jill Clarke, c 1965. One of 21 copy photographs and captions used in a display by Cloud Nine Gems, 13 Market Hill, St Ives, to celebrate local weddings, 2013.
PH/S.IVE/people/64St IvesWedding photograph of Bob and Carol Thorndike, 1973. One of 21 copy photographs and captions used in a display by Cloud Nine Gems, 13 Market Hill, St Ives, to celebrate local weddings, 2013.
PH/S.IVE/people/65St IvesWedding photograph of Adrian and Gill Moore, 1984. One of 21 copy photographs and captions used in a display by Cloud Nine Gems, 13 Market Hill, St Ives, to celebrate local weddings, 2013.
PH/S.IVE/people/66St IvesWedding photograph of Angie Kirk, 1995. One of 21 copy photographs and captions used in a display by Cloud Nine Gems, 13 Market Hill, St Ives, to celebrate local weddings, 2013.
PH/S.IVE/people/67St IvesWedding photograph of Ed and Liz Williams, 2010. One of 21 copy photographs and captions used in a display by Cloud Nine Gems, 13 Market Hill, St Ives, to celebrate local weddings, 2013.
PH/S.IVE/people/68St IvesWedding photograph of Malcolm and Liz Shearman, 2013. One of 21 copy photographs and captions used in a display by Cloud Nine Gems, 13 Market Hill, St Ives, to celebrate local weddings, 2013.
PH/S.IVE/people/69St IvesWedding photograph of Malcolm and Liz Shearman, 2013. One of 21 copy photographs and captions used in a display by Cloud Nine Gems, 13 Market Hill, St Ives, to celebrate local weddings, 2013.
PH/S.IVE/people/70-71St IvesWedding photographs of two unidentified couples, c. 1959. One of 21 copy photographs and captions used in a display by Cloud Nine Gems, 13 Market Hill, St Ives, to celebrate local weddings, 2013.
PH/HEM.G/72Hemingford GreyBlack and white photograph taken during the Hemingfords Regatta Fancy Dress of 3 rowers dressed as Vikings on a Viking Long Boat with Hemingford Grey Church in the background. Of the three people in the boat, two are identified by the owner in a letter written in 2001, as Henry Herbert and Mrs Winter, pre-1914
SAVNM2015.92Huntingdonshire& CambridgeshirePhotograph Album and detailed 'Holiday Diary' of horse-drawn caravan holiday 1956. Advert inside for ‘Horse-drawn Holidays, T. C. Witherby, Eltisley Avenue, Cambridge’. Author unknown but mentions ‘Hazel’. Journey begins at Morden Station and King’s Cross to Huntingdon North station where they are met by Mr King who drives them to The Paddocks, Hemingford Abbots to collect ‘Rosalind ‘our home on wheels. The horse is called ‘Upstart’. Other places mentioned include: St. Ives, Warboys, Chatteris, Mepal, Haddenham, Wicken (Barton’s Farm) etc. Photographs of the horse, caravan, scenery along the way, van of Mark Smith, The Sausage King at Wicken, Milk van EFL 721 of H. W. Ashmore, The Boathouse café, Hemingford Grey.Photograph
SAVNM2015.94Huntingdonshire,Cambridgeshire,Photograph Album said to be of the Copley family, solicitors (and Spiritualtists) of St Ives, muliple photographs on 37 pages, Includes photographs of St Ives, the river, motor cars, river barges, lightermen etc. Contents in need of detailed listing.
SAVNM2015.95St IvesGlass plate negative 'St Ives Regatta 1912'. Looking from the Dolphin Hotel towards the Church. Shows the boathouse. For similar views see PH.S.IVE.RIVER.19 & 22
PH.S.IVE.Mrkt.Hl.64-66St IvesKiddles Furniture shop fire damage back of Bridge Street, shows Fire Engines and other vehicles
PH.S.IVE.Bdge.St.29-30St IvesKiddles Furniture shop fire damage to front of shop
PH/S.IVE/Merryld/08St IvesB&W photograph of Co-op, Merryland, decorated with Union Jack flags, possibly for the Coronation, 2 assistants dressed in aprons stanting in the door
PH.S.IVE.Waits.42
PH/BRAMP/48BramptonBrampton Park house
PH/BRAMP/49BramptonBrampton Park house
PH/BRAMP/50BramptonBrampton Park house after the fire
PH/BRAMP/51BramptonBrampton Park house after the fire
PH/HUNTN/148HuntingdonHuntingdon High Street looking north from the Three Tuns pub area
PH/S.IVE/CornEx/21St IvesEastern Counties Liberal Federation annual dinner at the Corn Exchange October 1908
PH/S.IVE/Rmsy.Rd/04St IvesSlepe Hall playing field taken from Paragon Road looking north to south
PH/S.IVE/people/72St IvesGroup of men identified as St Ives Church of England Men's Society
PH/S.IVE/People/73St IvesGathering of unidentified children seated for a celebration tea, probably in the Corn Exchange, c. 1914
PH/ST.IVE/CemeteryRoad/1HuntingdonshireGroup of children outside New Church Terrace, Cemetery Road, St Ives
PH/S.IVE/Waits/42HuntingdonshireSt Ives floods family group outside one of the houses on the Waits 16 March 1947
PH/S.IVE/Broadwy/31St IvesGirls around a maypole in the Broadway
PH/HEM.G/73Hemingford GreyLorry Carrying sandbags in the flood, February 11 1940
PH/S.IVE/Broadwy/32St IvesBoy on a decorated bike for King George V Silver Jubilee celebrations
PH/S.IVE/Broadwy/33St IvesThe Broadway decorated possibly for a royal celebation and a group of girls dancing
PH/S.IVE/Miscell/16UnknownUnidentified man on a bike
PH/S.IVE.NrthRd/19St Ives2 cars travelling through the floods, dated on reverse as 1934
PH/S.IVE/Broadwy/34St IvesMillitary band passing through the town at the Broadway
PH/S.IVE/Miscell/17St IvesThe river during the floods. Dated on reverse as 1947
PH/S.IVE/RmsyRd/05St IvesLorry travelling along Ramsey Road, past Slepe Hall playing field. Haystack and church in the backgroud
PH/S.IVE/Markets/39St IvesCattle and men in the cattlemarket
PH/S.IVE.Pa.Chur/72St IvesAerial view of the Chruch and St Ives. The Church has a broken Spire after being struck by an aircraft, 1916
PH/S.IVE/Broadwy/35St IvesThe Broadway decorated for the Coronation of George VI, 12 May 1937
PH/S.IVE/Pa.Chur/73St IvesSt Ives bathing place in foregound with parish church in the background
PH/S.IVE/Miscell/18Not knownMan with a bicycle
PH/S.IVE/Mrkt.Hl/67St IvesUnveiling the Cross of Sacrifice in Market Hill
PH/HEM.G/74Hemingford GreyHemingford Grey Mill pond surrounded by a large gathering of people watching for the dragging of the Sturgeon in 1900
SAVNM2017.19St IvesInterior of the Chicory Factory, Needingworth Road, St Ives, prior to demolition taken by Barry Puttick c1989-1990
SAVNM2017.20St IvesInterior of the Chicory Factory, Needingworth Road, St Ives, prior to demolition taken by Barry Puttick c1989-1990
SAVNM2017.21St IvesInterior of the Chicory Factory, Needingworth Road, St Ives, prior to demolition taken by Barry Puttick c1989-1990
SAVNM2017.22St IvesInterior of the Chicory Factory, Needingworth Road, St Ives, prior to demolition taken by Barry Puttick c1989-1990
SAVNM2017.23St IvesInterior of the Chicory Factory, Needingworth Road, St Ives, prior to demolition taken by Barry Puttick c1989-1990
SAVNM2017.24St IvesExterior of the Chicory Factory, Needingworth Road, St Ives, prior to demolition taken by Barry Puttick c1989-1990
SAVNM2017.25St IvesExterior of the Chicory Factory, Needingworth Road, St Ives, prior to demolition taken by Barry Puttick c1989-1990
SAVNM2017.26St IvesExterior of the Chicory Factory, Needingworth Road, St Ives, prior to demolition taken by Barry Puttick c1989-1990
SAVNM2017.27St IvesExterior of the Chicory Factory, Needingworth Road, St Ives, prior to demolition taken by Barry Puttick c1989-1990
SAVNM2017.28St IvesExterior of the Chicory Factory, Needingworth Road, St Ives, prior to demolition taken by Barry Puttick c1989-1990
PH/S.IVE/Council/27The Mayor, John Johnson, and other councillors and officials at the unveiling of the Cross of Sacrifice on 11th November 1920: standing left to right are the Borough Surveyor Harold Softly, Cllr W.S. Harrison, Town Clerk G.D. Day, former Mayor Lord Askwith, Mayor Johnson in robe & chain, and Cllrs H.F. Corbett, C.H. Coote and G.G.G. Wheeler; most are on a raised platform with a table in front of them and a large wreath leaning against it, with buildings on the south side of the Market Hill behind them: the Red House and the since demolished no. 9.
PH/S.IVE/Mrkt.Hl/61Mrs Evelyn Softly and her two daughters, behind their shop at 11 The Pavement: a middle-aged lady in pinstriped suit sitting on a rustic chair with two schoolgirls standing beside her, one holding a cat; railings to the right, various outbuildings in the yard behind and a tall chimney in the background.
PH/S.IVE/Mrkt.Hl/62Herbert Oldman standing outside his mobile site hut in the Monday market: a middle-aged man in three-piece suit with watch chain and trilby hat, leaning against the open doorway of a wooden hut with signs on it "H.W. OLDMAN", "ENGINEERS" and "FORMERLY FOWELLS". A woman with calf-length skirt and umbrella walks past on the left, in the background are shops on the south side of the Market Hill west of Free Church Passage.
PH/S.IVE/Fowell/15Fowell Engine No. 101 bailing for the army during the First World War: the engine in the left foreground with engine driver at the controls and an army sergeant leaning against the wheel; beyond it two other workers, a fence and a cart; a copy of a foxed and not very clear original.
PH/S.IVE/Fowell/16Fowell Engine No. 101 probably driving a threshing drum in the 1930s: the engine seen from the right side with driver at the controls, a belt running off the right edge of the photo and a ladder leaning against the engine.
PH/S.IVE/Fowell/17Fowell Engine No. 103 being restored by Harold Darby and Bill Kirby: two men in flat caps working on wooden battens laid across two oil drums while the engine with the wood round its boiler exposed, stands on the right; an unclear copy photo.
PH/S.IVE/Fowell/18Fowell Engine No. 103 being restored by Harold Darby and Bill Kirby: two men in flat caps working on the mechanism above the boiler, the partly dismantled engine seen from the left side; an unclear copy photo.
PH/S.IVE/Fowell/19Fowell Engine No. 103 after restoration: seen from the front, complete and gleaming, with the numberplate AH 5456 (cf PH/S.IVE/Fowell/14).
PH/S.IVE/Fowell/20A Fowell engine - probably No. 101 - seen from the right side with an army sergeant, Fred Darby and his daughter standing in front of it; slightly distorted copy photo.
PH/S.IVE/Fowell/21A Fowell engine, perhaps No. 101, driving a chaff cutter: the engine on the right of the picture with its driving belt connected to the cutter and a straw stack on the left, with nine men standing and facing the camera.
PH/S.IVE/People/50Bill Saunders riding his tricycle/bath chair: one rear and two front wheels, with a wicker chair between the front ones; he is taking his flat cap off to the photographer while the seat is occupied by his wife in floor-length dress; photographed on the Quay with part of nos. 5 & 6 (the former Chequer pub, with the chequerwork brickwork then still extending to the ground floor on no. 6) in the background.
PH/S.IVE/Bridge/67The bridge and chapel upstream side, from beside the Dolphin cut on Hemingford Meadow: with the Manor House on the left and Lindsells outbuildings on the right, punt moored in the foreground; the chapel has the extra storeys on top.
PH/S.IVE/Aerial/1976.1Aerial view of part of St Ives from the south-west c. 1976: showing Houghton Poultry Research Station's isolation facility in the foreground, with the golf course to the right, Houghton Road behind it, and beyond the new housing estates and Thorndown Schools between Houghton Road and Ramsey Road, with fields and the sewage works in the background; Wheatfields is built but not Wheatfields School; the Albemarle Road estate is built, Edinburgh Drive is under construction.
PH/S.IVE/Aerial/1976.2Aerial view of part of St Ives from the south-west, c. 1976: showing St Ivo School and Recreation Centre, Wheatfields School and the parish church, with Noble's Field and Hemingford Meadow in the foreground, the industrial estate and Burleigh Hill Farm in the background; Burstellars is built, work has begun laying out the Erica Road estate.
PH/S.IVE/Aerial/1976.3Aerial view of part of St Ives from the south-west, c. 1976: showing Hemingford Meadow in the foreground and behind it the town centre from the parish church on the left to the cattle market on the right, with the industrial estate in the background.
PH/S.IVE/Aerial/1976.4Aerial view of part of St Ives from the south-west, c. 1976: showing the New Bridges and Jones' boatyard in the foreground, with the east side of the town, the line of the old railway and flooded gravel pits behind.
PH/S.IVE/People/50 (contd.)
PH/S.IVE/Aerial/1985Aerial view of St Ives town centre from the west, 24th July 1985: showing the area from Bridge Street to the bypass, from the north side of the Market Hill to part of the Dolphin site; the new Dolphin is being built and the new bus station seems to be complete but not yet open.
PH/S.IVE/Mrkt.Hl/60An event in front of the Free Church, perhaps the proclamation of George V in May 1910: a very large crowd, with the Cromwell statue on the right and the Free Church in the background; on a dais a man in a cocked hat is reading from a document with the Mayor of St Ives beside him.
PH/S.IVE/Railway/21.01-5454 photographs of derelict railway buildings and equipment at St Ives and other places along the line towards Cambridge, between the closure of the line in 1970 and demolition of St Ives station in 1977. 21.01-06 St Ives station - notices, four views of the buildings, derelict signal box; 21.07-09 Swavesey station - station nameboard lying on the ground, two views of notices; 21.10-13 Longstanton station - illuminated station sign, wooden nameboard lying on platform, station buildings and signal box; 21.14-15 Oakington station - illuminated station sign and signal box; 21.16-18 Histon station - station buildings, signal box, wooden station building; 21.19-24 interiors of unidentified signal box and station buildings; 21.25-28 three views of notices and signs and one of a sack barrow, unidentified; 21.29 Histon station - derelict equipment on platform;
PH/S.IVE/Railway/21.01-54 (contd.)21.30-33 details of buildings and equipment, unidentified; 21.34-38 St Ives station - derelict buildings and equipment; 21.39 water trailer, unidentified; 21.40 Longstanton station - gradient sign; 21.41-46 unidentified sign, signal, four views of track; 21.47 Swavesey - signal gantry with church tower behind; 21.48-49 St Ives station - views out of broken windows; 21.50-51 Longstanton station - two views of station building and signal box; 21.52 St Ives station - trucks, platform & demolished signal gantry; 21.53-54 unidentifed station building and view of track.
PH/S.IVE/Fowell/12Fowell Engine No. 103 ("Cromwell") before restoration: unpainted and plainly in a poor state of repair, beside a trailer marked "Darby".
PH/S.IVE/Fowell/13Fowell Engine No. 103 ("Cromwell") after restoration: painted and gleaming with the nameplate "Cromwell" on the boiler, Harold Darby standing at the controls.
PH/S.IVE/Fowell/14Fowell Engines No. 103 ("Cromwell") and 92 ("Roundhead") at the sale of Tom Paisley's collection at Holywell in October 1980: the two engines side-by-side in a grass field with a hedgerow in the background.
(S.IVE) *2010.17-18St IvesA second set of pictures from the collection, which had become separated from the others, was given to us in 2010.
(S.IVE) 2010.17.1-21St Ives21 glass negatives of copies of photographs and engravings (6-21 are familiar - Norris index numbers for the originals are given): 1) the entrance gate to the Thicket with two ladies; 2) the Island, Wellington Lane and the Priory seen from high in the Old Mill; 3) the north side of Crown Street from the end of the Crown into the Market Hill; 4) oval photo of sheep in the sheep market, with another of an unidentified building; 5) geese at Alconbury, village houses in the background; 6) the bridge and chapel (PH/S.IVE/Bridge/23); 7) Bridge Street (PH/S.IVE/Bdge.St/12); 8) the Broadway (PH/S.IVE/Broadwy/10); 9) Hankin print of the Market Hill (PWD/S.IVE/72x); 10) the bridge with the Temperance Hotel being built (PH/S.IVE.Bridge/21); 11) the Cromwell statue (PH/S.IVE/CStatue/10); 12) Lydia Green watercolour of Slepe Hall entrance hall (PWD/S.IVE/21); 13) the two Hunter prints of Slepe Hall (PWD/S.IVE/4-5); 14) 2 copies of the Bullock Market in the Broadway (PH/S.IVE/Broadwy/01); 15) Harraden print of St Ives from How Hill (PWD/S.IVE/25); (contd.)
(S.IVE) 2010.18.1-5St Ives1 glass negative and 4 film negatives of copies of photographs and a painting: 1) the parish church from the west, with 1913 bridge over the Backwater; 2) Wellington St & the Priory from the Old Mill (identical to 2010.17.2) and horses being sold in East Street; 3) the river frozen over (PH/S.IVE/River/07); 4) painting by Watt Milne of the bridge (post 1930); 5) Bridge Street from the south.
(S.IVE) 2010.17.1-21 (contd.)St Ives16) Barratt print of the Old Court Hall (PWD/S.IVE/23); 17) Hunter print of St Ives from the west (PWD/S.IVE/38); 18) the 1911 coronation tea (PH/S.IVE/Mrkt.Hl/25); 19) 2 copies of the Market Hill from the west (PH/S.IVE/Mrkt.Hl/10); 20) 2 copies of Bridge Street from the north (PH/S.IVE/Bdge.St/10); 21) barges moored at the Island (PH/S.IVE/River/09).
PH/S.IVE/Railway/02a-bTroops of the Fife and Forfar Yeomanry unloading horses at the railway station 1914-15: the horses, all greys, are being unloaded from railway wagons onto the platform; small boys sit watching on the top of the station wall; station buildings in the background.
PH/S.IVE/Railway/03The signal box at the railway station (on the end of the platform at the Cambridge end of the station) c. 1935 with signalman Sid Shipp at the top of the steps; "St Ives Statioin" nameboard over the door; telegraph pole, signal and lamp in front, signal levers visible through the windows, station platform in the foreground.
PH/S.IVE/Railway/04The level crossing gates across the New Bridges closed to let through the last train to go from St Ives to Huntingdon (1959 presumably): looking north with card queuing and a short goods train being pushed by a steam engine; Free Church spire in the background.
PH/S.IVE/Railway/05A train lifting sleepers on the railway across the New Bridges: looking north with the gatekeeper's cabin and a steam engine at the level crossing, with a telegraph pole behind, part of the Mill on the right and the Free Church spire in the background.
PH/ALBUMS/SKATE/01"Photos of Holland Skating, some with Tebbutts" - an album with 8pp of photos of Dutch skating scenes, some showing the Tebbutts and the Bury Fen Bandy Club: 1) 3 scenes of ice etc with Bury Fen players & ladies in one, also 2 of church towers and one of a font in Vollendam; 2) 6 scenes of ice & Dutch skaters, one marked "Vollendam" & 2 "Marken" (cf PWD/SKATE/06c); 3) 6 scenes of ice & Dutch skaters, one with two Tebbutts identified in the caption; 4) 6 ice scenes, inc "Pumping mill", "Heerenveen" and "Skating match"; 5) 6 scenes of ice, skaters & a horse-drawn sled (cf PWD/SKATE/06d); 6) a page dated "1904 Nov" with 5 scenes of ice & skaters, one with a group of Bury Fen skaters inc C.G. Tebbutt, also a printed photo of Houghton Mill; 7) a page dated "1899" with 4 scenes of a Bandy match at Harlem & 2 of the two teams; 8) 2 printed photos of "McGill College [Ice] Hockey Team" & "Bandy, Amsterdam".
PH/ALBUMS/SKATE/01 (contd.)
PH/HAILW/19Street scene looking uphill between two rows of houses, with a horse and trap near the top of the slope and leafless trees beyond.
PH/HAILW/20Street scene with a row of houses on the right, including two pubs - "The Snug Corner" in the foreground with a sign naming Isaac Abraham as the licensee, and another illegible pub sign further down the street with a trap parked outside it.
PH/SOUTH/18The Stores at Southoe in about 1910: a long thatched cottage, single storey but with two dormer windows; a few items can be seen on display in a window to the left of the door and a small advertisement to the right; a lady in floor-length dress stands in the door, an elderly couple to the left and on the right a man holding the head of a horse and trap with a boy sitting in it holding the reins.
PH/BLUNT/24a-b (contd.)Bluntisham
PH/SKATESee also PH/ALBUMS/SKATE/01; also PH/BLUNT/24 & 29, which show the Bury Fen Bandy Club. Photographs originally in the Tebbutt collection (see PP/SKATE/01-14) have been moved to the photograph collection but haven't yet been indexed or given PH/SKATE numbers.
PH/SKATE/02The champion skater James Smart, wearing a white top with his initials "JS" across the chest, knee breeches and skates, standing with arms folded against a studio backdrop snow scene.
PH/SKATE/03The Norwegian skater Carl Werner: wearing a fur hat, fur-trimmed jacket with medals, and skates, posing with hands behind him against a snow scene painted backdrop.
PH/SKATE/04The champion skater Joseph Donoghue: a head-and-shoulders portrait, looking very young and wearing numerous medals on his knitted top.
PH/SKATE/05Two skaters on outdoor ice: a man with a fur hat and medals on his jacket, and a younger and taller man wearing Norwegian racing skates.
PH/S.IVE/Broadwy/16 (contd.)
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/02St IvesPhotographs etc. from Slepe Hall School, mostly 1950s: printed announcement of school concert, 1910; photo of Slepe Hall; school photo 1947; 17 photos of various activities 1953; 3 of domestic science kitchen June 1960; 20 photos of various rooms and activities including 2 school photos - almost all numbered, presumably for people to order copies, but undated.
PH/ALBUMS/HILTN/01HiltonAlbum with title page: "S.U. Hurst, From her affect. Brother Fred, Nov. 1872": portraits of Mrs Garnett, née Agnes Hurst; Susan Charter sister to Jane Smith, later Mrs William Hurst; Susan Hurst; Emily Hurst later Mrs S. Furniss; Samuel Furniss; Julia Hurst later Mrs S. Standen; Samuel Standen; Florence Charter; John Giddens and Mrs Louisa Giddens née Louisa Hurst; Francis [sic] Mary Hurst; Elizabeth Hurst later Mrs Clark; Mabel, Ernest, Amy and Jack Giddens; ditto; Ernest & Amy Giddens; Fanny Hurst; Susan Hurst; St Ives parish church interior; Fred and Will Furniss; Frederick Hurst; Ida Standen; William Hurst; John and Louisa Giddens; Samuel Furniss; William Furniss; Susan Hurst; Frederick Hurst senior; (contd.)
PH/ALBUMS/HILTN/01 (contd.)HiltonJenny Hurst; Samuel Standen; Mrs F. Hurst with Henry, George & Fred; unidentified; Fanny Hurst; Julia Hurst later Mrs S. Standen; Susan Hurst; Arthur Hurst; 4 unidentified; Sam Standen; unidentified; George Hurst; Susan Hurst; Emily & Agnes Hurst; Emily Hurst; unidentified; W. Furniss; 2 unidentified.
PH/ALBUMS/HUNTS/01Huntingdonshire"Photographs &c Huntingdonshire": from 24 parishes arranged alphabetically plus "Ely Diocese" at the end, mostly churches and old buildings, also St Neots floods and freezes, the 1897 Jubilee and various portraits. Also some photos from postcards, Frith etc.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/StatnRd/01St IvesPhotographs of coachbuilding at Coote and Warren, Station Road, collected by James T. Rowan: showing lorries and vans in the livery of many firms, local, national and from other areas, inc. Coote & Warren and Charringtons; interiors of the workshops in Station Road with men at work in them; a Christmas display at Ouse Valley Motors; coal elevators; and a model railway yard.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/StatnRd/01 (contd.)St Ives
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Standen/01St IvesThe Standen family & engineering firm: portraits of Edward Standen; horse-drawn hoe at the White Horse, 1925; horse hoe, 1909; beet loader topper, 1924; ditto, 1926, with F.A. Standen; various tractors; showroom at Ely, 1938; Standen works at St Ives (presumably the Audrey Lane site), 1942; tractors, various; goshawk c.1936; F.A. Standen at John Deere works in U.S.A.; Stanpoint implements, various; Hunts Show at Ramsey, 1921; implements demonstrated at Wisbech, 1953; Standen works at Whittlesey (aerial photo); Edward Standen on tractor in floods in Needingworth Road - said to be "March 1948" but presumably 1947 as no floods recorded in March 1948 newspapers; Whittlesey works, 1950; Cambs Show/Royal Show, 1951; Peterborough Show, July 1967; Standen works at Wisbech; opening of new factory at Ely; Borsig engine and plough at Peterborough show, 1922.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Standen/02St IvesThe Standen Chain Rail Tractor launching the Redcar lifeboat, c.1920. 12 photographs showing the tractor pulling the lifeboat through the streets and helping to launch it over the open beach, with crowds of spectators. The words "Redcar Lifeboat" are painted on the boat's bows.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Council/01St IvesThe ceremonies connected with signing twinning charters betweeen St Ives and Stadtallendorf in April 1989: diginitaries and ceremonies shown in both towns.
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/People/01St Ives"Festival of Britain St Ives. 1951. 1-7th July": SUNDAY (narrative); MONDAY (narrative with newspaper photo); TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY (narrative with 6 photos of pageant in the Broadway); THURSDAY (narrative); FRIDAY (narrative with 4 photos and one newspaper photo of the historical costume cricket match); SATURDAY (narrative with 6 photos of procession on river, bridge & chapel floodlit, pageant in the Broadway).
PH/ALBUMS/S.IVE/Slepe.H/01St IvesPhotographs etc. from Slepe Hall School up to 1959: watercolour by Janet Wallis of Slepe Hall decorated for the 1897 Jubilee; 5 screened prints of various parts of the grounds; portrait of Miss Lloyd; 3 photos, girls in the gymnasium; 8 photos of the grounds; staff photo and school photo, 1947; choir, 1948; 3 screened prints of grounds and activities; "Merrie England" by St Ives Choral Society; school photo, also staff and prefects, 1952; "Quality Street" cast and helpers, 1952; 23 photos of various rooms and pupils, some dated 1950 or 1953; winners of sports trophies 1955; programme and 7 photos of "The Rose and the Ring" 1959; loose photo of old girls reunion c.1960; aerial photo of St Ives.
PH/HUNTS/01"View Souvenir Booklet" with five Huntingdonshire scenes: Huntingdon Market Hill (PH/HUNTN/012); Huntingdon Bridge with the Godmanchester mills (PH/HUNTN/034); St Ives Bridge and Chapel, with upper storeys (PH/S.IVE/Bridge/25); Hinchingbrooke House, showing the now-demolished west wing (PH/HINCH/24); Houghton Mill with the mill pool in the foreground - no other copy of this in our collections; and Hartford Church (PH/HARTF/13).
PH/HUNTS/People/01Group photograph of the Huntingdonshire Volunteers 1901-5: four rows of men sitting and standing with marquees behind them, wearing uniforms including tunics and peaked caps.
PH/HUNTS/People/02a-bGroup photograph of officers of the Hunts Cyclists at Stukeley Hall, March 1919: four rows of uniformed men, some in the front row with walking sticks; also in the front row is Archdeacon Vesey (I think) in ecclesiastical garb including gaiters, apron and mortar board; beside him is a lady, while further to the right is a boy in civilian clothes holding a cat on his lap. The creeper-clad front of the Hall behind.
PH/HUNTS/People/03Group photograph of officers of the Hunts Cyclists at Stukeley Hall, March 1919: plainly taken on the same occasion as PH/HUNTS/People/02 but with fewer officers (30 not 32) and the lady and boy not present. Not all the officers in this picture are present in the other one.
PH/HUNTS/People/04Group portrait of a large number of men in uniform with rifles, tents behind: the uniform looks to be Boer War era, with Australian-style hats and bandoliers slung across the tunics.
PH/HUNTS/People/05Group portrait of two cricket teams: 22 men (with a scorer and two umpires) sitting and standing in three rows; the umpires in long white coats but the rest in everyday clothes, with waistcoats, flat caps or straw hats; there are a few pads, gloves and bats; a man in the back row is dressed more neatly than the rest - perhaps a clergyman. Photographed on grass with trees behind - a garden or park.
PH/HUNTS/People/06Sir David Renton, MP for Huntingdonshire, with his wife, walking through a churchyard, he in morning dress.
PH/HUNTS/People/07Group portrait of B Company, 2nd Battalion, Huntingdonshire Home Guard c.1941: four rows of men in battledress and forage caps, sitting and standing in a grass field with fence and trees behind.
PH/SKATE/01a-dAn engraving of the 1823 speed skating championships at Carter's Bridge near Chatteris, 1823: the quarter-final, as John Young beats John Gittam; showing also the large crowd of spectators including the Wisbech "Day" coach on the far bank, men with brooms for sweeping snow and ropes to hold back spectators, two men holding flags representing the winning post and the Chatteris town band playing in a lighter beside the bridge on the right.
PH/SKATE/01a-d (contd.)
The collection includes a number of very faint early photographs. Dates, where known, are in the early 1850s and the process, where described, is a "calotype" or "Talbotype" - two names for the same process: see Cuthbert BEDE, 1855, "Photographic Pleasures", p. 20. As the photos all look so similar, they are probably all calotypes taken in the 1850s. See the V&A website for details of early photographic processes.
(**)Calotypes by Bede: PH/ELTON/12, Elton Hall c.1852, heavily overdrawn with pencil; PH/HINCH/33, Hinchingbrooke House, pencil and wash added.
PH/ABB.R/01Abbots RiptonSt Andrew's Church, Abbots Ripton. A general exterior view from the south, with part of the churchyard, and a wooden fence in the foreground.
PH/ABB.R/02Abbots RiptonSt Andrew's Church, Abbots Ripton. A general view from the south-east, in sunshine with the trees in full leaf.
PH/ABB.R/03Abbots RiptonSt Andrew's Church, Abbots Ripton. A general view from the north-east, with part of the churchyard, and gravestones in the foreground.
PH/ABB.R/04Abbots RiptonSt Andrew's Church, Abbots Ripton. A general view from the south-east, the church partly hidden by trees and the end of the Chancel out of shot.
PH/ABB.R/05Abbots RiptonSt Andrew's Church, Abbots Ripton. A view from the south-west, showing only the tower: the rest of the church is hidden by yews, and the top of the tower is out of shot. The churchyard, with gravestones, in the foreground.
PH/ABB.R/06Abbots RiptonThe tower of St Andrew's Church, Abbots Ripton. Seen from the south-west, in sunshine with trees in full leaf. Gravestones in the foreground.
PH/ABB.R/07Abbots RiptonSt. Andrew's Church, Abbots Ripton. An interior view looking eastwards down the nave and into the chancel. Pulpit to the right of the chancel arch, and four lozenge-shaped escutcheons above the arch.
PH/ABB.R/08Abbots RiptonSt Andrew's Church, Abbots Ripton. An interior view looking west along the nave and into the base of the tower, showing hanging oil lamps in the nave and in the arcade arches.
PH/ABB.R/09Abbots RiptonThe wrought-iron gates of Abbots Ripton Hall. Seen from just inside the gates, with one gate clearly visible in the foreground, the other less clear against the trees behind. A motor car with black-out hoods on the headlamps stands just outside.
PH/ABB.R/10Abbots RiptonStraw stacks in a stubble field, with part of a road in the foreground and electricity cables on wooden poles in the field.
PH/ABBTY/01AbbotsleySt Margaret's Church, Abbotsley. A general exterior view from the south-east with fence and hedgerow in the foreground, and trees in full leaf.
PH/ABBTY/02AbbotsleyThe Vicarage, Abbotsley. Rear view of house with verandah and garden. Trees in full leaf.
PH/ALC.W/01Alconbury WestonAlconbury Weston showing the north side of the brook, with cottages to the right. Rough ground to the left, with bridge and trees in the background.
PH/ALC.W/02Alconbury WestonA brick-built house with a man and woman standing in front of it and a gravel path and garden in the foreground, ?farm buildings behind and to the left. The woman wears an elaborate and voluminous dress, the man side whiskers and a top hat.
PH/ALC.W/03Alconbury WestonA drawing of the Wheatsheaf Inn, Alconbury, with numerous windows, bow windows on the end wings and four chimneys.
PH/ALC.W/04a-dAlconbury WestonA drawing of Alconbury Hill showing an isolated cottage with trees all round it and a milestone obelisk to the left.
PH/ALC.W/05a-cAlconbury WestonA drawing of the Wheatsheaf Inn, Alconbury Hill, showing the inn to left of the picture surrounded by open land, elaborate sign to the right.
PH/ALC.W/06Alconbury WestonThe two drawings showing Alconbury Hill and the Wheatsheaf Inn (PH/ALC.W/04-05) printed one above the other.
PH/ALCON/01a-bAlconburyChurch of SS Peter & Paul, Alconbury. Exterior view from north, showing walled graveyard with tree in leaf. Wooden gate.
PH/ALCON/02a-bAlconburyChurch of SS Peter & Paul, Alconbury. Exterior view from south, showing gravestones and three evergreen trees. Slightly blurred.
PH/ALCON/03a-bAlconburyChurch of SS Peter & Paul, Alconbury. Exterior view of steeple from the south-west, with gravestones. Background trees in full leaf.
PH/ALCON/04AlconburyChurch of SS Peter & Paul, Alconbury. Exterior view from south showing graveyard surrounded by several trees in leaf. Path and three evergreen trees.
PH/ALCON/05a-dAlconburyChurch of SS Peter & Paul, Alconbury. Exterior view of tower and north side of nave and north aisle..
PH/ALCON/06a- dAlconburyChurch of SS Peter & Paul, Alconbury. Exterior view from the north-east showing north side and east window of north aisle. Paths and gravestones in the foreground.
PH/ALCON/07a-bAlconburyChurch of SS Peter & Paul, Alconbury. Interior view looking east from a high point at the west end of the nave into the chancel.
PH/ALCON/08a - dAlconburyA stone carving perhaps in Alconbury churchyard. Broken and cracked column, two decapitated figures in undergrowth.
PH/ALCON/09a-cAlconburyAlconbury Bridge, south side. Four spans, three pointed arches and one round-headed one and with cut-water piers. Post and rail fences at both ends.
PH/ALCON/10AlconburyAlconbury bridge, south side. Seen from further back than PH/ALCON/09, with river banks in the foreground, trees and a glimpse of houses behind.
PH/ALCON/11a-cAlconburyAlconbury bridge, north side. With two houses in background and trees in leaf. Post and rail-fences on left.
PH/ALCON/12a-cAlconburyManor Farm, Alconbury, south side. Brick-built with gables and tall chimneys. Two top windows with sun-blinds. Trees and shrubbery in leaf.
PH/ALCON/13AlconburyDr Garrood's house, Alconbury Hill. Brick built, two storey, with dormer windows, extension on the left side. Lady in Victorian dress by bay window. Circular carriage drive. Flower bed and shrubbery in leaf. Wooden gate.
PH/ALCON/14AlconburyChurch of SS Peter & Paul, Alconbury. Interior vew of nave looking east towards the tower arch, showing the organ to the right of the arch; lectern and pews in the foreground.
PH/ALCON/15AlconburyChurch of SS Peter & Paul, Alconbury. Interior view of the chancel.
PH/ALCON/16AlconburyChurch of SS Peter and Paul, Alconbury. A general exterior view from the south, showing porch, south aisle, nave and tower. Gravestones in churchyard, trees in leaf on either side.
PH/ALCON/17AlconburyChurch of SS Peter and Paul, Alconbury. An exterior view from the south showing the whole building. Gravestones in churchyard, tomb with railings in foreground. Trees in leaf on either side.
PH/ALCON/18AlconburyChurch of SS Peter and Paul, Alconbury. An interior view from the west showing chancel and chancel arch, nave arches with pews on either side.
PH/ALCON/19AlconburyChurch of SS Peter and Paul, Alconbury. An interior view of chancel showing altar in background, choir stalls, part of lectern in foreground.
PH/ALCON/20AlconburyAlconbury Green, Alconbury, showing river, with four-arched stone bridge with cutwaters. Houses to the right with open land either side. Trees to the left in background. Ducks and geese on river bank.
PH/ALCON/21AlconburyAlconbury Bridge with four arches and cutwaters. Grassy banks on either side of brook. Trees in leaf in background.
PH/ALCON/22AlconburyHouse in Alconbury with gabled roof, windows and chimneys. Fencing and hedging in front, unmade road in foreground.
PH/ALWAL/01a-cSt Andrew's church Alwalton. West tower from the south-east. One evergreen tree to right of porch, gravestones.
PH/ALWAL/02St Andrew's church, Alwalton, from the south-east. Stone-walled churchyard with bare trees; child in foreground.
PH/ALWAL/03a-bSt Andrew's church, Alwalton. North-east side, showing closed gate in stone wall and road. House visible on left hand side of larger print. Bare trees.
PH/ALWAL/04a-cSt Andrew's church, Alwalton. View from south-east, showing stone wall, graveyard, bare trees, path and road.
PH/ALWAL/05a-cManor House Lodge with rounded archway, moulded imposts and archivolt and an ornamental keystone. Flanking it are Doric columns. Two storey. Walled garden, wooden fence, bare trees.
PH/ALWAL/06a-cSt Andrew's church, Alwalton, showing interior view of nave through to chancel, right-hand side nave arcade and timber ceiling. Furnished with wooden chairs and two central lamps, font in foreground.
PH/ALWAL/07Architectural drawings showing Manor House Lodge, Alwalton, (removed and re-erected); gateway in West Street, Oundle; gateway in garden wall, Stibbington Hall.
PH/ALWAL/08a-b.Architectural drawings of Manor House Lodge at Alwalton, Huntingdonshire.
PH/ALWAL/09Manor House Lodge with rounded archway, moulded imposts and archivolt and an ornamental keystone. Flanking it are Doric columns. Two storey. Walled garden, trees in leaf.
PH/ALWAL/10St Andrew's church Alwalton: a general exterior view from the south-east, showing chancel, south transept, south porch, south aisle, and tower. Gravestones in churchyard with rough grass, trees in leaf on either side.
PH/ALWAL/11St Andrew's church Alwalton: an exterior view of tower from the south, showing part of south porch with large shrub to the left, two gravestones with rough grass in foreground. Trees in leaf to the left of photograph.
PH/ALWAL/12Alwalton Hall Gate House: two storey house with gable showing part of single storey house to the left. Trees in leaf in the background with stone wall to the right of photograph. Shrubs behind wire fence in front of single storey house.
PH/ALWAL/13St Andrew's Church, Alwalton: an interior view from east showing tower arch with nave arches on either side and chairs. Prie Dieu in foreground. An elaborate tie beam roof.
PH/ALWAL/14St Andrew's Church, Alwalton: an interior view from the west showing chancel and chancel arch, nave arches and chairs on either side. Pulpit to the left, lectern to the right, Prie Dieu in front of chancel. Also showing the elaborate tie beam roof with hanging lamps.
PH/ALWAL/15St. Andrew's Church, Alwalton: an interior view from the west showing chancel, chancel arch, nave arches and chairs on either side. Pulpit to the left lectern to the right. Prie Dieu in front of chancel. Also showing the elabrate tie beam roof with hanging lamps.
PH/ALWAL/16 Print of elevation of S.W. front of Alwalton Lodge.
PH/BARHM/01a-ePlan of St Giles church, ¼" scale.
PH/BARHM/02a-dSouth porch door, St Giles church, with wrought iron hinges and studded vertical batons. Two arches, one with chevron ornament and the inner one chamfered
PH/BARHM/03a-cSt Giles Church, Barham, showing south porch and bell-turret, gravestones and trees in leaf.
PH/BARHM/04St Giles Church, Barham: south-west view showing bell-turret, gravestones, path, several trees without leaf. House in distance.
PH/BARHM/05a-dSt Giles church, Barham: north east-view showing bell-turret, thatched cottage to right-hand side with leafless trees. Double grave with railings to left-hand side. Evergreen tree in background.
PH/BARHM/06a-dSt Giles church, Barham, from the west, showing bell-turret on gable, with window and buttresses.
PH/BARHM/07a-bTwo storey house with extension. Pub sign to right of shop extension. Lower windows shuttered, pantiled roof, brick building to left-hand side. To extreme left a thatched cottage. Post and rail fence. Unmade road in foregrouind, trees in leaf.
PH/BARHM/08St Giles church, Barham: from the north, showing bell-turret faintly, also three small windows and one large window. Grass and water-butt in churchyard.
PH/BARHM/09St Giles church, Barham, showing north view of the nave, with bell-tower and three windows.
PH/BARHM/10a-cSt Giles church, Barham, showing north view of nave and bell-turret, three windows. Water-butt in churchyard.
PH/BARHM/11a-gSt Giles church, Barham, showing north view of nave and bell-turret. Three windows and water-butt in grave yard.
PH/BARHM/12a-bSt Giles church, Barham, showing interior view of chancel and chancel arch, nave and nave arcade. Pulpit to the right and the font to the left. Pews.
PH/BARHM/13a-bSt Giles Church, Barham: the same as PH/BARHM/12 but with a larger view of the nave arcade.
PH/BARHM/14St Giles church, Barham, showing font, pews and nave arcade.
PH/BARHM/15a-bSt Giles church, Barham, showing view of nave from the chancel, with window, font, pews and small harmonium?
PH/BARHM/16a-bSt Giles church, Barham, showing interior view of nave, nave arcade of three bays, west window, pews and font; beamed roof, very prominent ?stove-pipe with diagonal braces to the roof.
PH/BARHM/17St Giles church, Barham: chalice and paten.
PH/BARHM/18St Giles Church, Barham, an exterior view from the south west showing bell turret, nave, south porch and chancel; numerous gravestones in churchyard with rough grass; trees in leaf on either side.
PH/BARHM/19St Giles Church, Barham, an interior view looking east showing chancel and chancel arch, north nave arcade, pews on either side with font in centre. Also showing tie-beam roof and stove-pipe.
PH/BLUNT/01BluntishamSt Mary's church, Bluntisham. View from north-east of the nave, chancel, tower and north porch. Graveyard with gravestones, trees in leaf. Chimney on north wall of chancel. Cross on top of turret.
PH/BLUNT/02BluntishamSt Mary's church, Bluntisham, showing view from north-east of the nave, chancel, tower and north porch. Cross on roof of nave and three crosses on the apse of the chancel. Trees in leaf in background. Railings to the left.
PH/BLUNT/03BluntishamSt Mary's church, Bluntisham, showing view from north-east of the nave, chancel, tower and north porch. Cross on roof of nave and three crosses on the apse of the chancel. Trees in leaf in background. Railings on left.
PH/BLUNT/04BluntishamSt Mary's church, Bluntisham, showing view from north-east of the nave, chancel, tower and north porch. Cross on roof of nave and three crosses on apse of the chancel. Trees in leaf in background. Railings to the left.
PH/BLUNT/05a-bBluntishamSt Mary's church, Bluntisham, showing view from the south of the south porch, nave, chancel and tower. Three large trees in leaf and brick wall to the foreground.
PH/BLUNT/06BluntishamSt Mary's church, Bluntisham, showing south-east view of chancel, nave and porch with tower in background. Table tomb and gravestones in churchyard. Trees in leaf.
PH/BLUNT/07BluntishamSt Mary's church, Bluntisham, showing north-east view of tower, nave and north porch. Cross over turret. Two large trees in leaf and hedge in foreground.
PH/BLUNT/08a-bBluntishamSt Mary's church, Bluntisham, showing interior of nave, chancel, part of south aisle, pews, and pulpit. Oil lamp in south aisle. Two stoves on left.
PH/BLUNT/09BluntishamSt Mary's church, Bluntisham, showing interior of nave, chancel, north aisle, part of font, lamps, pulpit on right, pews and stove on left.
PH/BLUNT/10BluntishamSt Mary's church, Bluntisham, showing interior of nave, chancel, part of north and south aisles, pulpit on the right, pews, oil lamps, stove on left.
PH/BLUNT/11BluntishamSt Mary's church, Bluntisham, showing interior of nave looking towards tower, with one window and a lancet above, pews, and two stoves on right.
PH/BLUNT/12a-cBluntishamSt Mary's church, Bluntisham, May 1896: showing interior of nave looking towards the chancel. Oil lamps, pews, pulpit on right and two stoves.
PH/BLUNT/13BluntishamSt Mary's church, Bluntisham: the font, octagonal, of carved stone with elaborate wooden cover also carved, with pinnacles, crockets etc.; screen and pew in the background.
PH/BLUNT/14BluntishamSt Mary's church, Bluntisham: a Latin inscribed tablet dated 1693.
PH/BLUNT/15a-cBluntishamBluntisham Rectory: three-storeyed building with two-storey wings to left and right, three chimneys, two ladders with workmen, trees in leaf and lawn in foreground. (Wisteria in flower - must be about May).
PH/BLUNT/16BluntishamWrought iron gate at Bluntisham, with elaborate decoration of leaf motifs and an arch of wrought iron leaves above it.
PH/BLUNT/17BluntishamSt Mary's church, Bluntisham, an exterior view from the north east; showing chancel, north vestry, nave, north aisle, north porch and tower; gravestones in churchyard, rough grass in foreground, railed tomb on left, tree behind.
PH/BLUNT/18BluntishamSt Mary's church, Bluntisham, seen from the north-west from across the road, with the war memorial and signpost in the foreground.
PH/BLUNT/19BluntishamThe Bluntisham blacksmith V. Pittoors, standing to the right of the picture and showing various pieces of wrought ironwork leaning against a brick wall, with a small blackboard on the left reading "V. PITTOORS BLACKSMITH BLUNTISHAM 1916".
PH/BLUNT/20BluntishamBluntisham High Street, showing the village stores of L. Baker, with enamel advertising signs outside; parked car to left of shop and barograph in front of shop.
PH/BLUNT/21BluntishamBluntisham High Street, Hunts, showing houses and shops on the left of the street, with horse chestnut trees in leaf on the right.
PH/BLUNT/22BluntishamBluntisham village with the Rose and Crown public house ("Huntingdon Ales") to the left with red telephone box outside; houses and telegraph poles on both sides of the street.
PH/BLUNT/23BluntishamBluntisham, showing post 1914-18 war council housing on left, with hedges and fences in front; road, footpath and grass verge curving in distance to left with signpost and war memorial; church spire in the background.
PH/BLUNT/24a-bBluntishamA team of players from the Bury Fen Bandy Club during a tour of the Netherlands in 1891: sitting on ice chairs or standing, with a flag-decorated building behind them.
PH/BLUNT/25BluntishamJohn Wheatley of Bluntisham, shown standing with his round marquetry table, three telescopes and a cello; dressed in a jacket and waistcoat, beard under his chin, his hands resting on the table and on one of the telescopes.
PH/BLUNT/26BluntishamPortrait believed to be of John Weatley: head-and-shoulders full face portrait of an elderly bearded man in heavy coat and waistcoat.
PH/BLUNT/27BluntishamPortrait of a woman, found with the original for PH/BLUNT/26 and so presumed to be Mrs John Weatley: head and sholders portait in a bonnet and dark dress with oval brooch at the throat.
PH/BLUNT/28BluntishamPortrait believed to be of John Weatley: head-and-shoulders picture of a bearded man in a heavy coat.
PH/BLUNT/29BluntishamA team of players from the Bury Fen Bandy Club, presumably while touring the Netherlands in 1891: eleven men standing on the ice, two sitting in front, with a blurred image of stands and flags behind.
PH/BRAMP/01BramptonParish church of St Mary the Virgin from the south, showing the tower, nave, south aisle, chancel with chimney stack and south porch. Trees and bushes in leaf. Gravestones in graveyard.
PH/BRAMP/02a-bBramptonParish church of St Mary the Virgin showing close-up of south side, tower, nave, south aisle, part of chancel with chimney stack, south porch and gravestones.
PH/BRAMP/03BramptonParish church of St Mary the Virgin showing north side, tower, nave, north aisle, north porch and north vestry. Trees in leaf and several gravestones in churchyard.
PH/BRAMP/04BramptonParish church of St Mary the Virgin from the west, showing tower with clock and west windows of north and south aisles. Yew hedge, stone wall (with brick buttress), gate and two gas lamps.
PH/BRAMP/05BramptonParish church of St Mary the Virgin from the south-west, showing the bottom of the tower and south aisle in background. Large pine tree in foreground and gravestones.
PH/BRAMP/06BramptonParish church of St Mary the Virgin from the south-east, showing nave, tower, south aisle and chancel with chimney stack; gravestones and shrubs and trees in leaf.
PH/BRAMP/07BramptonParish church of St Mary the Virgin from the north, showing tower, nave, north aisle, north porch, gravestones, railings, and small fir tree.
PH/BRAMP/08BramptonThe parish church of St Mary the Virgin from the south-west, and from the other side of the road, showing the tower, nave, south aisle and south porch, with trees in leaf and churchyard wall in front.
PH/BRAMP/09a-bBramptonParish church of St Mary the Virgin, interior view of nave, chancel, north and south aisles, looking east. Organ in north aisle, several oil lamps in nave arcade, pulpit
PH/BRAMP/10BramptonThe Parish church of St Mary the Virgin, interior, showing the Sandwich chapel with screen, shields and inscriptions, altar and east window.
PH/BRAMP/11BramptonParish church of St Mary the Virgin, interior view looking east along the south aisle to the Sandwich chapel; south porch door, pews, altar and screen.
PH/BRAMP/12BramptonParish Church of St Mary the Virgin, interior view of south aisle with south porch door and pews.
PH/BRAMP/13BramptonParish church of St Mary the Virgin, interior view of nave looking west through the chancel screen to the west door, showing nave roof, three lamps and large cross.
PH/BRAMP/14BramptonParish church of St Mary the Virgin, interior view looking east and showing chancel window, altar, nave and roof, screen, pews, pulpit and lectern.
PH/BRAMP/15BramptonParish church of St Mary the Virgin, interior view of the chancel showing east window and altar. Three hanging lamps and four wall lamps.
PH/BRAMP/16BramptonParish church of St Mary the Virgin, exterior view of tower and clock from the south-west. Trees in leaf, hedge and one street lamp.
PH/BRAMP/17BramptonParish church of St Mary the Virgin, exterior view of tower from the west, showing clock and north and south aisle windows. Hedging, stone wall, wooden gate and two street lamps.
PH/BRAMP/18BramptonPepys House, Brampton, showing front of house with mature trees and lawn. House has two chimneys, three first floor and two attic windows.
PH/BRAMP/19a-bBramptonPepys House, Brampton, showing front of house with three ground floor windows, three first floor and two attic windows, front door open. Chimneys just showing behind branches of mature trees to left and evergreen to right. Lawn.
PH/BRAMP/20a-bBramptonPepys House, Brampton, showing exterior view of front with four chimneys, three ground floor windows, three first floor windows, and two attic windows, front door, side wall with gate. Mature tree to left has been lopped and the branches are bare. Lawn with low box hedging along side drive.
PH/BRAMP/21BramptonBrampton Park, showing the house in a magnificent setting of trees, shrubbery and lawns with figures in the foreground; paths with part of steps showing.
PH/BRAMP/22BramptonBrampton Pond with the village school behind, cattle in pond and trees in leaf.
PH/BRAMP/23BramptonBrampton Mill, showing the long mill building with arch over the mill race in the foreground; water, reeds, trees in leaf.
PH/BRAMP/24BramptonBrampton Mill showing the mill and mill race from the south-east, with water, reeds and five men in a boat. House to the right, trees in leaf.
PH/BRAMP/25BramptonBrampton Mill showing the mill and mill race from the south-east, with water, reeds and five men in a boat. House to the right, trees in leaf.
PH/BRAMP/26BramptonBrampton Road, Huntingdon, showing horse and carriage with two men, one man on a bicycle and three pedestrians. Road unmade. Trees in leaf. Lush grass.
PH/BRAMP/27BramptonBrampton village showing two thatched cottages, one with lower windows and shutters, wooden gate. Wooden fence between the two, boy by wooden fence, trees in leaf, unmade lane.
PH/BRAMP/28BramptonBrampton looking east to turnpike obelisk; houses in distance, trees in leaf.
PH/BRAMP/29BramptonBrampton, showing cottage south of church with bow windows above and below. Two houses to the right and part of one to the left. Cottages in distance. Lady in doorway. Trees in leaf. Unmade road.
PH/BRAMP/30BramptonBrampton Hut: the public house with inscription over the door "William King, licensed retailer of beer and spirits. Dealer in tobacco". Hoarding at side with advertisements. Three men and two bicycles outside pub. Pub sign unreadable.
PH/BRAMP/31a-bBramptonPepys House, Brampton, seen from one side with field in foreground; climbing shrubs or creepers on walls. Large tree in leaf in foreground.
PH/BRAMP/32BramptonPepys House, Brampton, showing the front and the side with hedgerows and a tree in the foreground, in leaf.
PH/BRAMP/33BramptonPepys house, Brampton, showing the front and side, trees in leaf and hedgerow bordering unmade road with path.
PH/BRAMP/34BramptonA drawing of Pepys House, Brampton. from the front and with a large pollarded tree in front of it, sketch by C. Hodgson.
PH/BRAMP/35BramptonSt Mary's Church, Brampton, from the-south west and across the road, showing part of the tower and nave behind trees; stone wall and hedging in front with unmade road, men on bicycles and horse drawn cart with driver.
PH/BRAMP/36BramptonSt Mary's Church, Brampton, from the west showing tower with clock and west doorway, stone wall and hedge on either side of gateway, above low wall. Lamppost on either side of gateway.
PH/BRAMP/37BramptonSt Mary's Church, Brampton, from the south-east showing chancel behind trees, nave, south aisle, south porch and tower; gravestones in churchyard with rough grass.
PH/BRAMP/38BramptonSt Mary's Church, Brampton: interior view looking east, showing nave and arcades, chancel and chancel arch in the background with pulpit and organ pipes on left, lectern on right; kneeling desk in centre of aisle with pews on either side of nave.
PH/BRAMP/39BramptonSt Mary's Church, Brampton: interior view of the south aisle with screen in front of chapel, south door of church standing open, and pews on either side.
PH/BRAMP/40a-bBrampton pond and schools: pond with cattle in and around it in the foreground, the school behind and a house to the right. Trees in leaf.
PH/BRAMP/41Pepys House, Brampton, showing house of three bays with large chimneys, timber frame with brick lower floor and rendered upper floor. Two dormer windows in tiled roof; drive leading to house with hedge and ancient tree standing in lawn.
PH/BRAMP/42A cottage at Brampton Park in 1936, shown with thatched roof in background with picket fenced areas in foreground, trees in leaf.
PH/BRAMP/43A lithograph of Brampton Park in about 1852 by John Sunman Austin, showing the house and grounds (rebuilt 1820, burned down 1907).
PH/BRAMP/44A lithograph of Brampton Park in 1852 by John Sunman Austin, similar to PH/BRAMP/43 but closer to the building and from a different angle
PH/BRAMP/45Brampton Park: the house in the background with extensive lawns in front; and Nuns Bridge: looking along the road that goes over the bridge (itself only just visible in the background) with trees in leaf on either side, two boys in a horse and trap on the road and another boy standing on the path to the left, heaps of gravel along the right-hand grass verge.
PH/BRAMP/46Bromholme Bridge, leading from Brampton onto Portholme: a single-arched brick-built bridge with fencing beside it and an angler fishing from a boat in the right foreground.
PH/BRAMP/47An oil painting of Samuel Pepys: showing him sitting in a high-backed chair wearing neckcloth and full wig, with his hand on a book and musical instruments on the table beside him, a large terrestrial globe in the left foreground; a sea scene in the right background, very dark.
PH/BRING/01All Saints' Church, Brington from the south, with churchyard, wooden fence on the left and stone wall on the right. Trees in leaf.
PH/BRING/02a-bAll Saints' Church, Brington from the south-west: showing the tower, most of the rest concealed by hedge in foreground and trees in leaf.
PH/BRING/03All Saints' Church, Brington from the north-west with wooden fence in foreground, gravestones and trees in leaf.
PH/BRING/04All Saints' Church, Brington from the south, showing the nave, south porch, tower (up to the base of the spire) and chancel. Railings and gravestones. Tree in leaf.
PH/BRING/05All Saints' Church, Brington: exterior view of the chancel from the east with stone wall and tree in leaf in the foreground.
PH/BRING/06All Saints' Church, Brington: interior view of the nave looking east to the chancel, with pulpit, pews and stove with prominent stovepipe.
PH/BRING/07All Saints' Church, Brington: the font, with window and pews.
PH/BRING/08All Saints' Church, Brington: interior view of the nave looking east to the chancel, with pulpit, pews, stovepipe and hanging lamps.
PH/BRING/09The Rectory, Brington: a large, brick-built 19th-century house with dormer windows, with the chursh steeple behind and to the right.
PH/BRING/10All Saints' Church, Brington: interior view of the nave looking west to the tower, with pews, font cover, wall lights, stove with pipe.
PH/BRING/11All Saints' Church, Brington from the south showing chancel, nave, south porch, and tower with part of churchyard in front. Trees with and without leaf on either side. Hedging with wooden gate to left of photograph and low stone wall to the right.
PH/BRING/12All Saints' Church, Brington from the south-west showing tower, nave, south porch and chancel with graves in churchyard. Wooden fencing and rough grass in foreground with trees in leaf to the right.
PH/BRING/13All Saints' Church, Brington: interior view of the nave looking east to the chancel and chancel arch, pulpit to the left with pews on either side. Stove in middle of aisle. Numerous hanging lamps and wall lights.
PH/BRING/14All Saints' Church, Brington: interior view of the nave looking east to the chancel and chancel arch, pulpit to the left, lectern to right with pews on either side, stove in centre of aisle. Numerous hanging lamps and wall lights.
PH/BRING/15All Saints' Church, Brington: the font with pyramidal wooden cover, in front of a window.
PH/BROUG/01a-bAll Saints' Church, Broughton from the south, with stone chuchyard wall and wooden gate, trees in leaf.
PH/BROUG/02a-bAll Saints' Church, Broughton from the west, showing steeple, gravestones in front of and either side of tower, wooden fence and five-bar gate in foreground.
PH/BROUG/03All Saints' Church, Broughton from the south-west, showing most of steeple and side of south porch. Part of churchyard wall visible in foreground.
PH/BROUG/04All Saints' Church, Broughton from the north-west. showing tower and north aisle, north wall with creepers, hedge and fence.
PH/BROUG/05a-bAll Saints' Church, Broughton from the north-east, showing chancel and north wall with creepers, cross on apex of chancel roof. Gravestone with figure at right side of photograph. Wooden fence in foreground.
PH/BROUG/06a-bAll Saints' Church, Broughton from the south-east showing chancel with cross on apex of roof, gravestones amongst grass and old stone wall in foreground.
PH/BROUG/07a-dAll Saints' Church, Broughton: rubbings of the Lawrence Martin brass (c.1490): body and detached head of man in civil dress, with four fragments of marginal inscription, a shield and a roundel with the evangelical symbol of St Luke.
PH/BROUG/08a-bAll Saints' Church, Broughton: interior of the nave and north and south arcades, looking east to the chancel and showing the roof with four figures of angels on the soffits. Brasses on floor of nave.
PH/BROUGH/09a-bAll Saints' Church, Broughton: interior of the nave looking east into the chancel, with pulpit on left side, part of timbered roof visible with suporting angel on each side. Wall paintings visible over chancel arch.
PH/BROUGH/10All Saints' Church, Broughton: interior of the nave looking west from the chancel, with lectern on right side, timbered roof with two supporting angels.
PH/BROUGH/11A house of brick, showing curvilinear dutch gable and heavy square chimney stack, creeper on walls and brick wall round it.
PH/BROUGH/12a-bBroughton Rectory, of two storeys with attics, timber-framed and plastered, long verandah with climbers on each support, lawns at front, hedge on left side, border at right.
PH/BROUGH/13Plan of All Saints' Church, Broughton.
PH/BROUGH/14Houses in Broughton, showing a large house to the left, smaller houses to the right, with the church spire in the background. Wooden fence, hedging and water in foreground.
PH/BROUGH/15House in Broughton, showing a house to the left with woodpile, old five-bar gate and wood in the foreground. Trees on either side of the house.
PH/BROUGH/16Houses in Broughton, showing several with thatched roofs in the background with hedging, five-bar gate and water in foreground.
PH/BROUGH/17Houses in Broughton, showing houses to the left with part of building to the right. Church in background with tower and spire, fence and unmade road in the foreground.
PH/BUCKD/01BuckdenThe Lion Hotel, Buckden: exterior view from across the street, showing the hotel with many signs; in front of it an open-backed car with two men standing by, and a lady in a long dress in a doorway.
PH/BUCKD/02a-bBuckdenConeygarth, Buckden: a two-storey house with wooden fence and a low brick wall. Trees without leaf, road in foreground.
PH/BUCKD/03BuckdenConeygarth, Buckden: a two-storey house with glasshouse attached. Shuttered ground floor windows, low wall and grass in foreground.
PH/BUCKD/04BuckdenBuckden Manor House and Vicarage: two houses bounded by walls; in the foreground is a lady wearing a long dress leaning against a low wall with her hand on a wooden gate. To the left is a leafless tree.
PH/BUCKD/05BuckdenThe Lion Hotel Buckden, from across the street with two women at the door, a man on the right, and a car with unidentifiable figure in rear. Hotel signs on wall, AA sign above coach entrance and a clock showing 2.45.
PH/BUCKD/06BuckdenHouses at Buckden: a two-gabled one to the right and a simpler cottage to the left, with village street and large brick wall on right-hand side.
PH/BUCKD/07BuckdenLooking along the main street at Buckden with the Red Lion Hotel on the left and the George and the Dragon on the right, cottages in the background and a line of people across the road.
PH/BUCKD/08a-bBuckdenLooking north up the main street in Buckden, with the George and Dragon on the left and the Lion on the right, with the Offord road opening behind it. In the background on the right is the Palace wall. At the door of the Lion Hotel are two figures, one female with white apron, male figure partially obscured by door, children and adults in background.
PH/BUCKD/09a-eBuckdenLooking north up the main street in Buckden, identical view to PH/BUCKD/08.
PH/BUCKD/10BuckdenWrought iron gate at Stirtloe House, and glasshouses beyond.
PH/BUCKD/11BuckdenWrought iron railings at Stirtloe House, with gate of similar design to that shown in PH/BUCKD/10. Small broken wall in front and leafless trees behind railings.
PH/BUCKD/12a-fBuckdenA print of Buckden Palace, showing gardeners at work. Large lawns and trees in leaf. Turreted gatehouse at right.
PH/BUCKD/13a-fBuckdenA print of Buckden Palace with the parish church to the left, the large turreted building in the middle and the house to the right, lawns in the foreground.
PH/BUCKD/14a-mBuckden Palace from the churchyard, showing the main turreted building with the gatehouse on the left.
PH/BUCKD/15a-eBuckden Palace from the churchyard, showing the main turreted building with the gatehouse on the left, rows of gravestones in the foreground.
PH/BUCKD/16Buckden Palace from the east, showing the main turreted building and the gatehouse beyond it to the right.
PH/BUCKD/17Buckden Palace: the main turreted building and a corner of the parish church seen through railings.
PH/BUCKD/18Buckden Palace: the small gateway onto the village main street, with wrought iron gate, ivy clad walls and trees in leaf.
PH/BUCKD/19a-dBuckden Palace: the gatehouse with bridge over the moat, and curtain wall to the right. Trees in leaf.
PH/BUCKD/20a-bBuckden Palace from near the gatehouse, looking south-east to the main turreted building with the spire of the parish church behind, creeper clad walls and trees in leaf, wooden fence in front.
PH/BUCKD/21Buckden Palace: the main turreted building with the gardens in front of it.
PH/BUCKD/22a-rSt. Mary's Church, Buckden, from the south-west, showing steeple and part of south side, some gravestones in front, trees without leaf.
PH/BUCKD/23St. Mary's Church, Buckden: interior view looking east through the nave to the chancel, showing wooden vaulted roof, south aisle on right of photograph, columns and pews.
PH/BUCKD/24a-bSt. Mary's Church, Buckden, seen from across the churchyard to the south-west, with Buckden Palace behind and to the left.
PH/BUCKD/25a-bSt. Mary's Church, Buckden, a distant view from the north-east with Buckden Palace on the right, wooden fence in front separating buildings and parkland. Trees in leaf.
PH/BUCKD/26a-bThe gatehouse of Buckden Palace looking east to St Mary's church on right. Male figure in foreground on bridge. Trees in leaf.
PH/BUCKD/27a-bBuckden Palace showing the main turreted building and St Mary's spire in the background. Ivy-clad wall of gatehouse on right, wooden fence in front of buildings separating them from parkland in foreground.
PH/BUCKD/28a-bBuckden Palace showing the main turreted building and St Mary's spire in the background Trees in leaf, wooden fence in front.
PH/BUCKD/29a-bBuckden Palace showing the west side of the gatehouse with ivy-clad walls. Wooden fence in front and parkland in foreground, trees in leaf.
PH/BUCKD/30An engraving of Buckden Palace from the east, with St Mary's church steeple on the left, man sitting on the right under a tree.
PH/BUCKD/31A drawing of Buckden Palace, with parkland in the foreground and the spire of St Mary's church behind.
PH/BUCKD/32A drawing of Buckden Palace, with parkland in the foreground and the spire of St Mary's church behind.
PH/BUCKD/33A drawing of Buckden Palace showing the gatehouse with St Mary's church in the right background.
PH/BUCKD/34a-dBuckden Palace from the east, showing the main turreted building on the left, the gatehouse in the centre background and the Victorian house to the right, lawn in front.
PH/BUCKD/35Buckden Palace and Church from the north-east, showing the church on the left, the main turreted building in the centre and the gatehouse to the right, lawn in front, trees in leaf.
PH/BUCKD/36Buckden Palace and Church from the north-east, showing the church on the left and the main turreted building on the right, lawn in front, trees in leaf.
PH/BUCKD/37St. Mary's Church, Buckden: the western half of the church from the south, with part of Buckden Palace behind to the left. Gravestones, trees in leaf, and stone wall in front.
PH/BUCKD/38St. Mary's Church, Buckden: the western half of the church from the south, with part of Buckden Palace behind to the left. Gravestones, trees in leaf, and stone wall in front.
PH/BUCKD/39St. Mary's Church, Buckden from the south-west, showing numerous gravestones, and Buckden Palace to the left.
PH/BUCKD/40St. Mary's Church, Buckden from the north-west, showing several gravestones in foreground, steeple of church with clock showing time as 11.43, part of Buckden Palace on left, trees and shrubs in leaf.
PH/BUCKD/41St. Mary's church, Buckden from the south-west, showing steeple, south aisle, and porch. Several gravestones in foreground, tower of Buckden Palace on left, trees in leaf.
PH/BUCKD/42St. Mary's Church, Buckden: a general view from the south, gravestones in foreground and leafless trees. Part of Buckden Palace behind to the left.
PH/BUCKD/43St. Mary's Church, Buckden, from the south-west, showing steeple, south aisle and porch, gravestones in foreground. Trees in leaf and part of Buckden Palace visible on left.
PH/BUCKD/44St. Mary's Church, Buckden: a close-up view of the north vestry and organ chamber with a glimpse of the steeple. Part of Buckden Palace on the right. Trees and shrubs in leaf.
PH/BUCKD/45a-bSt. Mary's Church, Buckden from the south-east, showing most of the church except the top of the spire, gravestones in foreground. Trees and shrubs in leaf.
PH/BUCKD/46St. Mary's Church, Buckden from the south showing the western half of the church, churchyard wall in foreground, gravestones between it and church. Buckden Palace on left, trees and shrubs in leaf.
PH/BUCKD/47Buckden Palace and Church from the north-east, trees and shrubs in leaf and lawns in foreground.
PH/BUCKD/48Buckden Palace and Church: from a raised viewpoint (probably a house in the High Street) looking north-east, showing the main turreted building and part of the gatehouse on the left. Trees and shrubs in leaf, roof of house and greenhouse in left corner.
PH/BUCKD/49a-bSt. Mary's Church, Buckden: a general view from the south with parts of Buckden Palace to the left. Gravestones in churchyard with trees without leaf on either side.
PH/BUCKD/50a-bBuckden Palace from the east, showing the main turreted building on the left and the Victorian house on the right, lawn in foreground.
PH/BUCKD/51Buckden Palace and St Mary's Church: a distant view from the north-east, showing the church to the left, the main turreted building in the centre and the Victorian house to the right. Trees in leaf all round, gardens in front, rough grass in foreground.
PH/BUCKD/52a-bAn engraving of "The West View of Buckden Palace in the County of Huntingdon" by Samuel and Nathaniel Buck.
PH/BUCKD/53a-bThe Lion Hotel, Buckden, with ivy-clad walls and advertisements for "Wells and Winch and Co., Biggleswade Ales and Stout". Foreign and British Wines and Spirits". Several men with bicycles to left, horse-drawn vehicle to right.
PH/BUCKD/54A drawing of the Lion Hotel, Buckden.
PH/BUCKD/55High Street, Buckden, with the Lion Hotel on the left, several people in foreground and a cart on the road.
PH/BUCKD/56The George Hotel, Buckden, showing three-story brick building with an archway, several bricked-up windows, window boxes. Shop on the right and two cars and a man on the road.
PH/BUCKD/57The Lion Hotel, Buckden, showing several signs, an archway and ivy-clad walls
PH/BUCKD/58The Lion Hotel, Buckden, showing two sides of the building with several signs, an achway, ivy-clad walls and window boxes, also a car and people outside the hotel.
PH/BUCKD/59The Lion Hotel, Buckden, showing a room with a fireplace, furniture, low ceiling with beams and flowers on table.
PH/BUCKD/60The Lion Hotel, Buckden, showing several signs, an archway, ivy-clad walls, several people (some with bicycles) and a horse and trap.
PH/BUCKW/01Buckworth Rectory, showing front of two storey house with dormer windows, creepers on walls, lawn with two garden seats in front, trees in leaf.
PH/BUCKW/02Buckworth Rectory showing the back gable ends from the garden. Trees and shrubs in leaf.
PH/BUCKW/03All Saints' Church, Buckworth: from the south-west, showing steeple and south side of church including porch. Two gravestones in foreground, fence and seat to right of photograph, trees in leaf.
PH/BUCKW/04All Saints' Church, Buckworth: from the south-east, showing steeple and weather vane, south porch and the western end of the south aisle and clerestorey, with gravestones in foreground, trees in leaf to left.
PH/BUCKW/05a-bAll Saints' Church, Buckworth: looking east through the nave to the chancel, showing the font in the nave, pulpit, choir stalls with stained glass east window. Ceiling bosses clearly visible as are carved corbels.
PH/BUCKW/06a-bAll Saints' Church, Buckworth: a general view from the north-east although with much of the building hidden by trees.
PH/BUCKW/07All Saints' Church, Buckworth: from the south but not showing the top of the spire or the east end of the chancel. Gravestones and trees in leaf.
PH/BUCKW/08All Saints' Church, Buckworth: a close-up view of the north aisle seen from the north-west.
PH/BUCKW/09All Saints' Church, Buckworth: looking west through the nave to the tower arch with the organ in it, the font in front of it. Pews in foreground and one stove.
PH/BUCKW/10All Saints' Church, Buckworth: a general exterior view from the south, with part of the churchyard and trees in leaf in the foreground.
PH/BUCKW/11All Saints' Church, Buckworth: looking east through the nave to the chancel, showing side aisles with pulpit on the left and lectern on right, pews and font in foreground.
PH/BUCKW/12All Saints' Church, Buckworth: from the south, showing the steeple and west end of the nave and south aisle, with south porch; part of the churchyard in foreground and trees in leaf in background.
PH/BURY/01The Brook, Bury, with the church and village in the background. Cattle in field, trees without leaf.
PH/BURY/02Church of the Holy Cross, Bury: a general view from the south-west, gravestones in foreground, hedge and trees with and without leaf.
PH/BURY/03Church of the Holy Cross, Bury: a general view from the south-east, gravestones and trees in leaf.
PH/BURY/04Church of the Holy Cross, Bury: a general view from the north, also showing gravestones, water butts, and iron railings in foreground. Buildings to left in background.
PH/BURY/05Church of the Holy Cross, Bury: from the south-west showing the tower and south porch. One gravestone visible, brick wall and path in foreground.
PH/BURY/06a-bChurch of the Holy Cross, Bury: the west door, at the base of the tower, seen from outside, with arches over it.
PH/BURY/07Church of the Holy Cross, Bury: the round-headed archway over the door between the tower and the nave, looking east through the doorway into the nave.
PH/BURY/08a-bChurch of the Holy Cross, Bury: the doorway between the tower and the nave, with round-headed arch above it, looking through into the nave to the chancel screen and east window, with pews and hanging lamp.
PH/BURY/09Church of the Holy Cross, Bury: looking west through the nave to the tower door, showing side altar in north aisle, pews, four hanging lamps, and chest beyond doorway.
PH/BURY/10Church of the Holy Cross, Bury: looking east through the nave to the chancel, showing chancel screen, pulpit to left, pews and four hanging lamps. Lectern (early 14th century) to the left near pulpit.
PH/BURY/11Church of the Holy Cross, Bury: looking east through the nave to the chancel, showing chancel screen, pulpit to left, pews and hanging lamps. Lectern (early 14th century) to the left near pulpit; also harmonium; font just visible in left foreground.
PH/BURY/12Church of the Holy Cross, Bury: a print of the 14th-century lectern.
PH/BURY/13a-cChurch of the Holy Cross, Bury: the 14th-century carved wooden lectern, with the pulpit and steps partly visible to the left, with crucifix above and hymn board on wall.
PH/BURY/14a-bChurch of the Holy Cross, Bury: the back of the 14th-century lectern with part of the nave behind: harmonium, chairs, pews, one column of the nave arcade, and lamp.
PH/BURY/15Church of the Holy Cross, Bury: from the west, showing the tower, side buttresses and side of the south porch. Stone wall and wooden fence in foreground.
PH/BURY/16a-cChurch of the Holy Cross, Bury: a general view from the south, looking across the road from the field opposite, with a crowd of people in the churchyard and - I think - a horse drawn charabanc parked on the road (but largely hidden by a wall).
PH/BURY/17Bury bridge from south showing bridge with single arch, rough grass on either side.
PH/BURY/18Bury Village, showing post office and cottages with road.
PH/BURY/19The Brook, Bury: identical image to PH/BURY/01 but without the blank band at the bottom of the card and therefore allowing more of the trees at the top to be included.
PH/BYTHN/01St Lawrence's Church, Bythorn: from the east, with semi-derelict cottage on left of photograph, gateway in wall, gravestones visible on right; green, traversed by paths, in front of church and cottage. Trees in leaf.
PH/BYTHN/02a-eSt Lawrence's Church, Bythorn: a general view from outside the churchyard wall to the east, stone wall in front with gravestones visible on right, green with path in foreground, trees in leaf.
PH/BYTHN/03St Lawrence's Church, Bythorn: from the west showing steeple (except the top), west wall of south aisle, side view of south porch and roof of nave. Table tomb and gravestones in foreground, trees in leaf.
PH/BYTHN/04St Lawrence's Church, Bythorn: a distant view from the north-east, with part of a house visible on the left, overgrown land in foreground with shrubs and trees in leaf.
PH/BYTHN/05St Lawrence's Church, Bythorn: a general view from the north-west, with stone churchyard wall in left foreground, iron gate and rough fencing on right.
PH/BYTHN/06St Lawrence's Church, Bythorn: looking east through the nave to the chancel and the east window, showing pews and the north arcade.
PH/BYTHN/07a-bSt Lawrence's Church, Bythorn: looking east from the centre of the nave, showing two arches of the arcade on each side, diamond design on floor, wooden pews, oil lamps and east window, raftered roof.
PH/BYTHN/08St Lawrence's Church, Bythorn: looking west through the nave, showing oil lamps, pews and wooden roof.
PH/BYTHN/09St Lawrence's Church, Bythorn: looking west through the nave to the tower arch and west window, showing the nave arcade and oil lamps.
PH/BYTHN/10a-bSt Lawrence's Church, Bythorn: rubbing of an inscription reading: "Here lyeth ye body of Sillina Parris ye wife of William Parris shee dyed ye 31 of Octor 1658".
PH/BYTHN/11St Lawrence's Church, Bythorn: a general view from the south-east, trees in leaf on either side, stone wall with iron gate in front of church, rough grass and unmade path in foreground.
PH/BYTHN/12St Lawrence's Church, Bythorn: a general view from the south-east, gravestones in churchyard with stone wall and rough grass in foreground, trees in leaf behind church.
PH/BYTHN/13St Lawrence's Church, Bythorn: a general view from the north-west, with hedge in front of church and girl standing by open churchyard gate, rough grass in foreground.
PH/BYTHN/14St Lawrence's Church, Bythorn: looking east through the nave to the chancel, showing chancel arch, east window, pulpit to the left and lectern to the right, nave arcade on either side; several hanging lamps in both aisles and nave.
PH/CALDE/01St Mary Magdelene's Church, Caldecote: a general view from the south, gravestones in foreground, trees in leaf.
PH/CALDE/02St Mary Magdelene's Church, Caldecote: looking east through the nave to the chancel arch and chancel, east window of three lights, pulpit, pews and windows on either side of nave, central chandelier with four lamps.
PH/CALDE/03St Mary Magdelene's Church, Caldecote: a general view from the south with trees in leaf and the churchyard overgrown with long grass and wild flowers.
PH/CALDE/04A watercolour of St Mary Magdelene's Church, Caldecote, c. 1860, by Cuthbert Bede: showing the church before its rebuilding in 1874, seen from the south-east and then with a small western tower instead of the later bellcote.
PH/CALDE/05St Mary Magdelene's Church, Caldecote: looking east through the nave to the chancel with pews, pulpit and altar, elaborate oil lamps hanging from the ceiling beams.
PH/CALDE/06A pen and ink sketch by Cuthbert Bede of the Herne family of gypsies at Caldecote, 4th October 1861. Various gypsies sit in or out of cloth shelters, with a cart and donkeys behind. A young man is playing patience, a woman is smoking a pipe. Notes at top and bottom name individuals as "French Herne (of March), "Eunice Herne", "Moses Herne", "Crimea Herne", "Madona Herne", "Mabel Grey (who was sister to Mrs Herne)" and "Wm. Grey". Below are written "At Caldecote Octr 4 1861" and "For note on French Drove, Thorney, see N & Q 4th. S II 238 (see also 464)".
PH/CATWO/01St Leonard's Church, Catworth: a general view from the south, with gravestones, trees in leaf.
PH/CATWO/02St Leonard's Church, Catworth: from the south-east, showing porch, south aisle, clerestory, part of chancel and part of steeple, gravestones in foreground.
PH/CATWO/03St Leonard's Church, Catworth: from the south, showing porch, south aisle, clerestory, part of chancel and part of steeple; gravestones and water butt in foreground.
PH/CATWO/04St Leonard's Church, Catworth: a general view from the south-west, gravestones and yew trees in foreground.
PH/CATWO/05St Leonard's Church, Catworth: from the south-west, showing most of steeple, south aisle, clerestory and porch; gravestones and churchyard wall in foreground, trees in leaf.
PH/CATWO/06St Leonard's Church, Catworth: from the north, showing steeple, part of north aisle and clerestory (the rest hidden by trees in leaf); churchyard wall and road in foreground.
PH/CATWO/07St Leonard's Church, Catworth: a distant view from the south of the steeple emerging through trees, with churchyard wall and gate, with end view of The Croft.
PH/CATWO/08St Leonard's Church, Catworth: looking east through the nave to the chancel, showing screen with pulpit to the left and lectern to the right, oil lamps in nave and pews either side, rug on floor of central aisle.
PH/CATWO/09St Leonard's Church, Catworth: looking east out of the chancel and through the nave, with screen, pews and oil lamps.
PH/CATWO/10a-bCatworth Rectory: a partial view of the house, surrounded by trees with a brick wall in front of it, gravestones in the churchyard in the foreground.
PH/CATWO/11A house in Little Catworth: the front view of a two-storey house with tall chimneys, surrounded by wooden fence with shrubs and trees in foreground.
PH/CATWO/12a-cCharity Hall, Little Catworth: a two-storey house with one-storey extension, standing on its own and surrounded by fields.
PH/CATWO/13a-bPigeon House at Little Catworth, standing in a field showing no roof or windows, trees in leaf.
PH/CATWO/14St. Leonard's Church, Catworth: a general view from the south-west, gravestones in churchyard with trees in leaf on either side.
PH/CATWO/15St. Leanord's Church, Catworth: the west end of the church from the south, showing steeple, some of south aisle and clerestorey, and south porch; gravestones in churchyard and trees in leaf on either side.
PH/CATWO/16St. Leonard's Church, Catworth: looking east through the nave to the chancel and showing chancel arch and wooden screen; pulpit on left, lectern to right, nave arcades on either side, pews in nave, oil lamps hanging from nave arcade with candelabra in centre, clerestorey windows on either side with beamed, wooden roof.
PH/CATWO/17St. Leonard's Church, Catworth: looing east through the nave to the chancel and showing chancel arch with arched wooden, carved screen, pulpit to left, lectern to right and nave arcade on either side. Numerous pews, wall lamps in both aisles with candelabra in centre of nave.
PH/CATWO/18A fragment of an embroidery orphrey showing a pope with right hand raised, carrying a crozier in his left hand and wearing a tiara; below, a shield with the Leybourne Arms. With details of stitching, showing edging and tassels all round.
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PH/CATWO/19Two fragments of embroidered orphreys showing St Simon, wearing a long robe and holding a closed book in his right hand and a torch in his left hand, and St Thomas, holding a sceptre in his left hand and something indiscernable in his right hand. With details of stitching, showing edging and tassels all round.
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PH/CATWO/20Fragments of two embroidered orphreys showing St Philip, in long robe and holding a receptacle in his left hand and a closed book in his right hand, and a King, also in a long robe and holding a staff in his right hand and a model of a church in his left; a shield with the arms of Clinton below each figure. With details of stitching, showing edging and tassels all round.
PH/CATWO/20 (contd.)
PH/CHEST/01St Michael's Church, Chesterton: a general view from the south side with creeper-clad porch; trees in leaf and churchyard with graves in foreground.
PH/CHEST/02St Michael's Church, Chesterton: a general view from the south showing south porch with notice on door clearly visible; small, single-storey building on the left, churchyard in foreground with gravestones, trees in leaf.
PH/CHEST/03St Michael's Church, Chesterton: the west end of the church from the south, showing steeple, south porch, railings and part of the single-storey building on the left; trees in leaf, path and churchyard in foreground.
PH/CHEST/04a-cSt Michael's Church, Chesterton: from the south, showing steeple (except for the top of the spire), south porch and railings, part of south aisle and clerestorey, gravestones in foreground.
PH/CHEST/05a-bSt Michael's Church, Chesterton: the steeple and part of the church from the north-west, with wooden fence and gate in foreground, wall to the right; trees bare of leaves.
PH/CHEST/06St Michael's Church, Chesterton: a general view from the south, with gravestones in foreground, trees bare of leaves.
PH/CHEST/07a-dSt Michael's Church, Chesterton: a general view from the north, with wooden fence and wall in foreground, trees bare of leaves.
PH/CHEST/08St Michael's Church, Chesterton: a general view from the south; gravestones in churchyard with trees and shrubs in and around churchyard, railings on both sides of church, sky apparently retouched.
PH/CHEST/09St Michael's Church, Chesterton: looking east through the nave to the chancel and showing the chancel arch with wooden screen,, nave arcades, pews in nave, pulpit to left, lectern to right, several hanging lamps in front of nave arcade piers.
PH/CHEST/10St Michael's Church, Chesterton: an interior view showing the monument in the north aisle to Sir Robert Bevill and his son Robert dated 1611, an elaborate tomb with two arches, each holding the kneeling figure of a gentleman and lady, with a long row of kneeling children in the panel below them.
PH/COLNE/01St Helen's Church, Colne: a distant view of the pre-1896 church, taken from a meadow with trees and hedgerow in leaf; tower with cupola above, roof of church with some windows visible.
PH/COLNE/02a-bSt Helen's Church, Colne: a general view of the pre-1896 church from the south-east, showing the four dormer windows in the nave roof; gravestones in churchyard, which is surrounded by a wooden fence with gate to the right. Two small trees in the churchyard (in leaf), one to the right and the other to the left, are protected by wooden frames.
PH/COLNE/03St Helen's Church, Colne: a general view of the pre-1896 church from the south-east, gravestones in graveyard, which is surrounded by a wooden fence. The photograph seems to have been taken later than PH/COLNE/02 as trees with frames in that picture are now well grown; trees bare.
PH/COLNE/04a-cSt Helen's Church, Colne: a distant view of the pre-1896 church from the south-east, with a track curving towards the church in the foreground. To the right are two men with bicycles; trees in leaf.
PH/COLNE/05St Helen's Church, Colne: from the south-east, showing the ruins after the church fell down on 24th April 1896. The chancel and south porch are still standing; rubble in the foreground and remains of wooden fence; gravestones, trees in leaf.
PH/COLNE/06a-bSt Helen's Church, Colne: from the south-east, showing the ruins after the church fell down on 24th April 1896. Identical view to PH/COLNE/05 but cropped less closely on the right side.
PH/COLNE/07a-cSt Helen's Church, Colne: from the north-east, showing the ruins after the church fell down on 24th April 1896. The chancel and the east end of the north aisle are still standing, with broken windows.
PH/COLNE/08St Helen's Church, Colne: from the south-west, showing the ruins after the church fell down on 24th April 1896. The south-west corner of the building is partly intact, with the south porch beyond it and the west wall of the chancel visible behind; small tree surrounded by iron railings unscathed beside the porch.
PH/COLNE/09a-cSt Helen's Church, Colne: from the south-west, showing the ruins after the church fell down on 24th April 1896. A similar view to PH/COLNE/08 but from further back and showing much rubble on the site of the nave and tower.
PH/COLNE/10St Helen's Church, Colne: the ruins after the church fell down on 24th April 1896, looking west out of the chancel arch to the rubble of the nave; a workman in cloth cap and braces is busy among the wreckage to the right.
PH/COLNE/11a-bSt Helen's Church, Colne: the ruins after the church fell down on 24th April 1896, looking west out of the chancel arch to the rubble of the nave; almost identical to PH/COLNE/10.
PH/COLNE/12a-cSt Helen's Church, Colne: the ruins after the church fell down on 24th April 1896, looking east from an elevated position to the chancel and east aisle walls: a workman, probably the same man seen in PH/COLNE/10-1, is working in about the same place at the east end of the nave.
PH/COLNE/13a-cSt Helen's Church, Colne: from the north-west, showing the ruins after the church fell down on 24th April 1896, with part of the north wall and the chancel in the background, gravestones in front.
PH/COLNE/14a-bSt Helen's Church, Colne: the new church of 1899-1900, a general view from the west, with railinged wall and gate in front, also a bench seat between two trees.
PH/COLNE/15Bluntisham Road, Colne: showing houses to the left and right, background with an unmade road and telegraph poles to left, two men standing in doorway on left.
PH/COLNE/16May Day celebrations at Colne, c. 1914/15: showing several children dressed up for the occasion with floral garlands in front of the school.
PH/COLNE/17May Day celebrations at Colne, c. 1914/15: showing several children dressed up for the occasion with floral garlands in front of the school: similar to PH/COLNE/16 but more children have now joined the group.
PH/COLNE/18May Day celebrations at Colne, c. 1914/15: showing children dressed up for the occasion with floral garlands and sitting in a flower-bedecked cart with a cloth-capped boy leading the pony in the shafts; unmade road and brick wall behind.
PH/COLNE/19May Day celebrations at Colne, c. 1914/15: showing a large group of children, not specially dressed or garlanded but sitting in a large flower-bedecked waggon with a cloth-capped boy leading the horse in the shafts; taken at the same place as PH/COLNE/18, with unmade road and brick wall behind.
PH/CONIN/01a-bAll Saints' Church, Conington: a general view from the south-east, gravestones in foreground with chain and post fencing, trees in leaf.
PH/CONIN/02All Saints' Church, Conington: from the north-east, showing the nave, north aisle and tower, gravestones in forgeround, trees in leaf.
PH/CONIN/03All Saints' Church, Conington: the interior, looking east through the nave to the chancel, pews in foreground, pulpit to left of chancel, timber roof.
PH/CONIN/04All Saints' Church, Conington: looking west through the nave to the south aisle and west window, with pulpit on right, pews in foreground.
PH/CONIN/05Conington Castle with the church tower in the left background: view across the Castle gardens with flower beds and trees not in leaf behind.
PH/CONIN/06Conington Castle: a square-on view of the front of the building with the church tower behind to the left, iron railings in foreground, drive to front of castle and terraces to right.
PH/CONIN/07All Saints' Church Conington: the interior, looking east through the nave to the chancel, with poppyheads prominent on the pew ends.
PH/CONIN/08All Saints' Church, Conington: stone effigy of a knight in cowl and habit, with to the left a separate stone slab inscribed "Here lyeth the body of Catherine daughter of John C . . ."
PH/CONIN/09a-bAll Saints' Church Conington: the wall monument to Sir Robert Cotton in white veined marble, with bust, decorated scroll below and shields of arms above, Latin inscription at the bottom.
PH/CONIN/10All Saints' Church Conington: Mary Queen of Scots' chair, of carved wood with high back, decorated ornately with top rail carved with kneeling figures, arms curved and carved with two pairs of angels.
PH/CONIN/11All Saints' Church, Conington: memorial tablet to Sir Robert Cotton and Eliza Shirley his wife, also Thomas Cotton and Lucy Harvey his wife, surmounted by shields of arms.
PH/CONIN/12a-bConington Castle: a square-on view of the front, with front lawn and drive in foreground, creeper-clad walls on right side of building.
PH/CONIN/13Conington Castle from the north-east, showing the back of the castle with semi-octagonal projecting bay, ground floor windows are inset under round-headed stone arches; formal gardens in front (box edged beds and urn on plinth), trees to the right.
PH/CONIN/14a-bThe Crown and Woolpack Inn: brick-built with two wings coming forward to gable ends, garden with wall and railings; Sign board on the left wing reads "Crown and Woolpack Inn" and another "Good accommodation and food".
PH/CONIN/15All Saints' Church, Conington: a general view from the south-east, gravestones in churchyard, rough grass in foreground with trees in leaf on either side.
PH/CONIN/16All Saints' Church, Conington: the interior, looking east through the nave to the chancel, showing chancel arch, pulpit to the left, lectern to the right, nave arches and pews either side, beamed roof with clerestory windows, part of north aisle with hanging lamp.
PH/CONIN/17Drawing of Conington Castle and church by J.M. Heathcote, c. 1860: the Castle and its grounds on the right, the church tower behind to the left.
PH/CONIN/18Drawing of Conington Castle and church by Cuthbert Bede, 1860: parkland with trees and cattle in the foreground, in the background a road with stage coach, then the Castle behind a balustrade, large glasshouse to the left, church tower behind.
PH/CONIN/19Houses in Conington Village: several large cottages behind a hedge with a green in the foreground and a prominent tree to the right.
PH/CONIN/20Conington Castle: the north front of the east wing (two storeyed with arcade on the ground floor and projecting section in the middle, battlemented parapet), with formal gardens in front and trees or shrubbery on either side.
PH/CONIN/21Conington Castle and church: part of the north front of the east wing of the castle to the right of the picture, trees to the left of it and the tower of Conington church in the left background; formal gardens in front - trees in leaf and garden flowers in bloom.
PH/CONIN/22The Crown and Woolpack, the old coaching inn on the Great North Road on the corner of Conington Lane: a large brick building with two wings coming forward to the road (which is narrow and deserted), with railings in front; trees bare of leaves.
PH/CONIN/23Conington Castle and church: the west front of the south wing of the Castle seen from a little distance across a park with big trees on the right, and the church tower in the distance behind more trees to the left.
PH/CONIN/24Conington Castle and church: a distant view of the west front of the south wing of the Castle, seen from the park with grass and big trees in the foreground, a stone balustrade marking the edge of the garden; the church and tower in the distance behind the Castle.
PH/CONIN/25A house in Conington village: large and brick built with tile roof, but plain and probably semi-detached so presumably an estate cottage. With hedge, fence and grass in front, trees in front and behind.
PH/CONIN/26Houses in Conington village: several houses set among garden hedges, parkland and trees, with a boy and girl sitting in the foreground.
PH/CONIN/27The Woolpack Inn, Conington: a two and three storey building with gable ends with ivy clad walls, iron railings in front with trees and bushes to the right and in front of the building, road and grass in foreground.
PH/CONIN/28The Mary Queen of Scots chair in Conington church: the chair, elaborately carved, with an arch and mouldings in the stonework behind.
PH/COPPN/01The King Charles cottage at Coppingford: front view of a two storeyed thatched cottage, hedgerow in front, thatch in poor condition.
PH/COPPN/02The King Charles cottage at Coppingford, seen from the front and side and apparently in better repair than in PH/COPPN/01, especially the thatch and chimneys: five-bar railings around hedgerow, wooden gate at side of cottage and fence to fields at back.
PH/COPPN/03The King Charles cottage at Coppingford, apparently in poor condition as in PH/COPPN/01, with iron railings and wooden gate in front, trees, shrubs and rough grass in foreground, part of haystack to the right.
PH/COVIN/01St Margaret's Church, Covington: a general view from the south-west, trees in leaf.
PH/COVIN/02St Margaret's Church, Covington: a general view from the south, gravestones in foreground, creeper on chancel wall by door, trees in leaf.
PH/COVIN/03St Margaret's Church, Covington: a general view from the south, gravestones and long grass in foreground with foliage on tower and trees in leaf.
PH/COVIN/04St Margaret's Church, Covington: a general view from the north-west, gravestones in foreground, part of building to right of tower and trees in leaf.
PH/COVIN/05St Margaret's Church, Covington: a general view from the north-east, with gravestones in foreground, railings and part of building to left, shrubs in foreground and trees in leaf.
PH/COVIN/06a-eSt Margaret's Church, Covington: showing outside view of north doorway to nave, with carved tympanum over the door, round-headed arch.
PH/COVIN/07St Margaret's Church, Covington: the south door seen from the porch, with notices on the door, moulded arch, ring door handle.
PH/COVIN/08St Margaret's Church, Covington: interior view looking east through the nave to the chancel with pews, pulpit on left and pendant lamps, covered font left foreground.
PH/COVIN/09St Margaret's Church, Covington: interior view looking west from the chancel arch, through the nave to the tower arch, showing pews, chairs, pendant lamps and covered font in north-west corner.
PH/COVIN/10St Margaret's Church, Covington: a general view from the south, with rough grass and gravestones in churchyard, trees in leaf on either side.
PH/COVIN/11St Margaret's Church, Covington: the north doorway seen from outside, with round-headed arch and carved tympanum.
PH/COVIN/12St Margaret's Church, Covington: interior view looking east through the nave to the chancel, showing chancel arch, beamed roof and pews, pulpit to the left, lectern to the right with several hanging lamps.
PH/DENTN/01All Saints' Church, Denton: a general view from the south with stove pipe protruding from south door of nave and sundial above right of window, gravestones and hedge in foreground, part of a building in the background, trees in leaf.
PH/DENTN/02All Saints' Church, Denton: a general view from the south-east, stovepipe protruding through south door of nave, sundial to right of large window, gravestones in long grass, buildings in background to right and left and trees in leaf.
PH/DENTN/03All Saints' Church, Denton: the chancel and nave from the north-east, partly hidden by large yew trees; gravestones with part of railing showing, all rather overgrown; in the left background two chimneys of a house are visible.
PH/DENTN/04All Saints' Church, Denton: a general view from the north-west but partly hidden by large trees in the foreground. Picket gate with bicycle leaning against it, farm gate to the right with another bicycle. In the background, part of a building, hedge and paths, trees in leaf.
PH/DENTN/05a-bAll Saints' Church, Denton: the font, with a door in the background.
PH/DENTN/06All Saints' Church, Denton: interior view looking east through the chancel arch with pews, lamps and pulpit on the right with canopy.
PH/DENTN/07Double exposure of two church interiors superimposed.
PH/DENTN/08All Saints' Church, Denton: a general view from the south-east showing gravestones in churchyard with rough grass and trees in leaf to the right.
PH/DENTN/09All Saints' Church, Denton: interior view looking east through the nave to the chancel, showing chancel arch, pulpit with wooden canopy to the right, pews on either side and one central hanging lamp.
PH/DIDDN/01St Lawrence's Church, Diddington: a general view from the south-east, a small part of the churchyard in front, shrubs and trees in leaf.
PH/DIDDN/02St Lawrence's Church, Diddington: a general view from the south-west, showing ivy-clad tower, gravestones in foreground and trees in leaf.
PH/DIDDN/03St Lawrence's Church, Diddington: a general view from the south-east through bare trees.
PH/DIDDN/04St Lawrence's Church, Diddington: a general view from the north-east, gravestones in the foreground, trees in leaf.
PH/DIDDN/05St Lawrence's Church, Diddington: the tower and some of the rest of the building from the north-west, the tower ivy-clad, iron railings in the foreground, with trees in leaf.
PH/DIDDN/06St Lawrence's Church, Diddington: interior view looking east through the nave to the chancel and south aisle, with pews and font, lectern on the right, pulpit to the left, several hanging oil lamps.
PH/DIDDN/07St Lawrence's Church, Diddington: interior view looking through the nave arcade to the south chapel with two windows, two hatchments, lectern and pews in the foreground.
PH/DIDDN/08St Lawrence's Church, Diddington: interior view of the chancel arch seen from the nave and the chancel beyond it, with east window and altar, lectern on the right and pulpit on left, pews in the foreground.
PH/DIDDN/09St Lawrence's Church, Diddington: interior view looking west through the nave to the tower arch, with west window, north clerestory window and pews in the foreground.
PH/DIDDN/10a-bDiddington Hall: a distant view of the Hall behind ivy clad wall and wrought iron gates, grass in the foreground with logs lying on the grass, trees in leaf.
PH/DIDDN/11Diddington Lane: a tree-lined road with telegraph poles, a house on the right, trees in leaf and hedge in the foreground, horse and carriage and man with sheep on the lane.
PH/DIDDN/12a-bSt Lawrence's Church, Diddington: rubbing of the brass of Alice Taylard and three children, 1513, showing a woman kneeling with scroll coming from her mouth, children behind her and Virgin and child at top left, indent for inscription below and shield and two plates with "1513" below that.
PH/DIDDN/13St Lawrence's Church, Diddington: rubbing of the brass of William Taylard, 1505, showing kneeling man in tabard (mostly missing) and his wife, with inscription below and panels of saints on each side, indent of a Trinity and two shields above, indents of two groups of children below.
PH/DIDDN/14St Lawrence's Church, Diddington: a rubbing of the William Taylard brass as in PH/DIDDN/13, with two rubbings from other churches on the left.
PH/DIDDN/15St Lawrence's Church, Diddington: rubbing of the William Taylard brass, the top not shown.
PH/DIDDN/16St Lawrence's Church, Diddington: rubbing of the William Taylard brass, the central section with the man and wife and inscription only.
PH/EARTH/01Plan of Earith Bulwark: a plan of the earthwork with location map below.
PH/EARTH/02a-cAn engraving of a Romano-British bronze statuette: bearded god in armour with helmet, hand raised to hold a spear or thunderbolt.
PH/EARTH/03a-dA printed page (p. 466), headed "Antiquarian Relics" and describing the statuette shown in PH/EARTH/02.
PH/EARTH/04a-cA printed page (p. 467), headed "Roman Statuette".
PH/EARTH/05a-bA printed page (p. 4697), headed "Roman Statuette".
PH/EARTH/06a-cA printed page (p. 468), headed "Antiquarian Relics".
PH/EARTH/07The Dog and Gun Inn in Earith High Street, with houses along the right side of the street, horses and a cart with osiers, women and children, one with a bicycle, and a cat and dog.
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PH/EARTH/08The skater A. Leeland of Earith, in his 90th year in 1891: head and shoulders portrait of a white haired man with side whiskers and a cravat.
PH/EARTH/09The Hermitage Lock, just below Earith, in 1937: taken from the northern bank of the Old West River, looking upstream towards the lock, with the road bridge just visible behind; the lock keeper's cottage is left of the lock, to the right are the buildings of the former Hardwick Arms, lived in by the Dring family after it had ceased to be a pub, and since demolished.
PH/EARTH/10The Hermitage Lock, just below Earith, in winter: taken from the southern bank of the Old West River, looking upstream towards the lock, with the road bridge behind, lock keeper's cottage to the left, former Hardwick Arms to the right. Snow on the ground and the river partly frozen.
PH/EARTH/11The Hermitage Lock, just below Earith, and the Railway Bridge below it, in winter: taken from the Willingham Road, on the southern bank of the Old West, looking upstream to the railway bridge, with the lock itself out of sight behind, and the suspension bridge over the New Bedord River in the right background. Shelford Farm is in the foreground to the left of the road, with a man wheeling a barrow of turnips or similar (see PH/EARTH/28). Snow on the ground.
PH/EARTH/12The Hermitage Lock, Earith, in 1909: taken from the southern bank of the Great Ouse, looking eastwards at the upstream end of the lock; buildings to the right and left, the road bridge going across the lock, and a horse and cart on the roadway to the left.
PH/EARTH/13Earith Bridge Railway Station: looking across the tracks to the station building, whose name is discernable on the name board. A signal box is visible to the west of the station (left of the picture), and there are a boy and girl and a bicycle on the platform.
PH/EARTH/14Earith West End, looking westwards along the road out of the village with Bluntisham Church just visible in the background. A group of cottages in the left foreground, a horse and cart visible on the road in the background.
PH/EARTH/15Earith West End, looking westwards along the road out of the village with Bluntisham Church in the background. A wagon parked beside the cottages in the foreground. A similar view to PH/EARTH/14 (and similar date to judge by the treescape) but the trees not in full leaf..
PH/EARTH/16Earith West End, looking westwards along the road out of the village, with Bluntisham Church in the background. An almost identical view to PH/EARTH/15, but a few years difference in date to judge by the tree in front of the foremost cottage - the telegraph poles are also of a different design.
PH/EARTH/17Chapel Pond, Colne Road, Earith: looking north along the road towards Colne, with the pond on the left, a man on a bicycle in the foreground, a horse and cart in the background.
PH/EARTH/18Chapel Pond, Colne Road, Earith: looking south along the road, with the pond on the right, a couple of figures just visible, their costume suggesting a date about the turn of the 20th century.
PH/EARTH/19Earith High Street, looking eastwards: various advertisement signs visible, but no obvious shop or inn signs for identification, television aerials on the roofs. A bay-windowed house in the middle of the picture is the present-day River View Hotel.
PH/EARTH/20Lantern's Café, Earith, with telephone box and telegraph pole - street furniture consistent with the postmark of July 1958.
PH/EARTH/21Seven Holes Bridge, at the eastern end of Earith village street: seen from the Causeway to the east of the bridge, looking west to the village.
PH/EARTH/22The eastern end of Earith, looking westwards up the village street. The Angel Inn is on the left, the Boat Inn a little way beyond it, with the wide space of The Hill in the foreground. A horse and cart are moving away up the street.
PH/EARTH/23The road between the two bridges at Earith, in time of flood: taken from the end of the Seven Holes Bridge and looking eastwards to the suspension bridge at the Hermitage.
PH/EARTH/24The suspension bridge at the Hermitage seen fron the south, taken from the south bank of the Ouse or from a boat: a horse and cart on the bridge, cattle on the bank in the foreground.
PH/EARTH/25The junction of the Great Ouse and New Bedford Rivers: taken from between the Hermitage Lock and the suspension bridge, looking west towards Earith village, the Seven Holes Bridge dimly visible to the right, Bluntisham church spire in the left background.
PH/EARTH/26The Great Ouse just below Earith: taken from the southern bank, west of the junction with the New Bedford River, looking west towards the Seven Holes Bridge and Earith village. A horse on the near bank, a cow on the other bank.
PH/EARTH/27Shelford Farm, just south-east of the Hermitage Lock, on the road from Earith to Willingham: seen from the other side of the Old West, with outbuildings and stacks to the right of the house.
PH/EARTH/28A snow scene in front of Shelford Farm, Willingham Road, Earith: a cheerful, bearded, gap-toothed man, warmly dressed, holding a wheelbarrow full of turnips or some such root crop (see PH/EARTH/11, presumably taken on the same occasion). Another man, in a dark suit, bowler hat and watch chain, looks on from the garden path.
PH/EARTH/29The farmyard at Shelford Farm, Wilingham Road, Earith: a boy with sacking apron in the foreground, behind him is the gap-toothed man of PH/EARTH/28 in a waistcoat and wellingtons, also cattle and chickens.
PH/EARTH/30The Dog and Gun Inn and part of Earith High Street: the same image as PH/EARTH/07.
PH/EARTH/31The Dog and Gun pub at West End, Earith: the same pub as in PH/EARTH/30 but seen from closer, men, women and boys in the left foreground. A few years later than PH/EARTH/30 to judge by the costume, and minor alterations in some of the buildings.
PH/EARTH/32The Dog and Gun pub at West End, Earith: the same pub as in PH/EARTH/30-31 but taken from further back along the street, with houses also visible on the left side of the street. Probably taken at a similar date to PH/EARTH/31, perhaps on the same occasion.
PH/EARTH/33Part of Earith High Street, looking west towards the junction with Colne Road: the sign of the Red Lion ("Fenstanton Ales") protrudes in the left foreground, and the prominent light-coloured walls of the George Inn jut out into the street from the right background, marking the corner of the Colne Road.
PH/EARTH/34Cattle in a field, with a waterway in front, trees and vague buildings behind. The field also contains a man in a waistcoat and flat cap, and a milk churn. Exact location uncertain.
PH/EARTH/35A man poling a boat across a waterway: exact location hard to identify, although the waterway looks too narrow to be the main channel of a river; what is almost certainly Bluntisham Church is in the background. The boat has broad, clinker strakes, is pointed at both ends, has a vertical spar near the bow for towing and a tiller and rudder at the stern. Some kind of timber framing in the middle, perhaps to accommodate large loads of osiers or the like.
PH/EARTH/36Wheeled plough, with ploughman and two horses. No clues as to location. The ploughman wears high-waisted trousers with braces and a broad-brimmed hat and has side-whiskers. Before 1900, to judge by his appearance.
PH/EARTH/37The Forge in Earith High Street: a thatched house with creeper-clad walls, plough and harrow in the foreground; two men to the right of the photograph, one in an apron, two women to the left, one with a peaked cap and apron; a small boy in the centre.
PH/EARTH/38Thomas Murphy of Earith, in waistcoat and flat cap, with a cow on a halter in front of a hedgerow.
PH/EARTH/39The Old Suspension Bridge, Earith, in 1962: seen from near one end with boats, oil drum and timber to the right in the foreground.
PH/EARTH/40The Old Suspension Bridge, Earith, probably in the 1880s: showing the stone piers with wooden posts round them and the metal superstructure.
PH/EARTH/41The Old Suspension Bridge, Earith, seen from one side: with people on it, spanning large channel of water with rough grass on either side and trees in the background.
PH/EARTH/42The Dog and Gun pub in Earith: the same image as PH/EARTH/07 and PH/EARTH/30.
PH/EARTH/43Two eel glaives leaning against a fence, with a piece of board put behind them to show off the shape of the blades. One is four-pronged, the other five-pronged but with one prong broken off.
PH/EARTH/44a-dTwo conical-necked beakers of Nene Valley ware with white curvilinear decoration (Museum objects X.899 and X.1285, Roman, Earith (Fen Drove)).
PH/EARTH/45a-bThe Seven Holes Bridge, Earith, from the north-east: with seven round-headed arches and white railings above, large expanse of rough grass in the foreground, with water, grassy bank and trees in the background.
PH/EARTH/46a-bThe Seven Holes Bridge, Earith, seen from close to the west end: iron railings and rough grass in the foreground, parts of sluices to the right.
PH/EARTH/47a-bThe Suspension Bridge, Earith, from the north: with the houses of the Hermitage in the left background, reflections in the water and rough grass in the foreground.
PH/EARTH/48a-bEarith Bridge Railway Station: the same image as PH/EARTH/13.
PH/EARTH/49a-bThe Seven Holes Bridge, Earith, looking along the bridge from its east end towards the village: with men and children on the bridge, a horse and cart, a boy in cap and white apron seated in the right foreground.
PH/EARTH/50a-bWest End, Earith: looking west along the street with houses on either side, including the Dog and Gun pub in the right foreground and another pub with a sign beyond it, trees in the background.
PH/EARTH/51a-bPart of the High Street at Bridge End, Earith: looking east to the Seven Holes Bridge in the background, with houses on either side and a shop on the right, several groups of children (girls in white pinafores) and adults standing on either side of the street, horse and cart outside the shop.
PH/EARTH/52a-bEarith High Street, looking west with the Riverview Hotel on the right: houses on both sides of the street and two groups of children, one on each side of the street, girls in white pinafores, trees in leaf.
PH/EARTH/53a-bEarith High Street: looking along the street with houses on either side, two groups of children in the foreground, the girls in white pinafores.
PH/EARTH/54a-bEarith High Street: looking along the street with houses on either side, a shop with double fronted windows and shop signs to the left, a man with a handcart standing in the middle of the street.
PH/EARTH/55a-bEarith High Street: showing houses on either side of the street with people standing on the pavement to the left, one man in the centre of the road.
PH/EARTH/56a-bEarith High Street: with houses on either side, pavement to the left and children playing in the street to the right, trees in leaf in the background.
PH/EARTH/57a-bBluntisham Road, Earith: looking west along the road at the edge of Earith village, with houses on either side and several children, street light to the right with trees in leaf on either side.
PH/EARTH/58A house in Earith High Street: double-fronted with dormer windows, and smaller house to the left.
PH/EARTH/59A painting of Earith Quaker Meeting in 1839: men, women and children sitting on three rows of benches with one man standing to address the meeting from the back row. With numbers inked onto the people and a photograph of the key to their names mounted below the main photograph, also "painted by Samuel Lucas".
PH/EASTN/01a-dDrawings by Inskip Ladds of two lead rainwater spouts at Easton parish church, showing them from the side and in section and with a detail of the construction of one of them.
PH/EASTN/02a-cPlate at Easton parish church: the underside of the chalice and the paten: there seem to be hallmarks under the chalice but they are indecipherable.
PH/EASTN/03a-bPlate at Easton parish church: the chalice seen from the side and the paten from the top, showing hallmarks on the chalice.
PH/EASTN/04The tower of Easton parish church from the west, showing nearly to the top of the tower but not the spire.
PH/EASTN/05a-cEaston parish church in 1897, seen from the south-west and showing the tower (but with most of the spire out of shot), the south aisle and part of the nave.
PH/EASTN/06Easton parish church from the north-east, showing the whole building with trees to left and right and the churchyard wall in front.
PH/EASTN/07Easton parish church from the south-east, showing the whole building except the top of the spire, with a tree to the right and the top of the churchyard wall in the foreground.
PH/EASTN/08Easton parish church from the north, showing the tower (top out of shot), north aisle, north porch and part of the chancel.
PH/EASTN/09a-cThe south aisle of Easton parish church seen from the south-west, with part of the tower and nave also visible: the south aisle seemingly in poor repair, with rendering stained and in some places missing.
PH/EASTN/10a-bEaston parish church from the south-east, showing most of the building with a tree to the right and the long grass of the churchyard (no gravestones visible) in the left foreground.
PH/EASTN/11a-dEaston parish church from the north-east, showing the whole building with trees around it, the churchyard wall in front and a curving lane in the foreground.
PH/EASTN/12a-bEaston parish church from the south-east, showing the whole of the building apart from the top of the spire, with a tree to the right and the top of the churchyard wall in the foreground.
PH/EASTN/13Easton parish church in 1933-4, seen from the south-east, showing the whole of the building with trees to right and left.
PH/EASTN/14a-cEaston parish church in 1897, seen from the north-east and showing the whole building, with foliage to left and right, the churchyard and the shadow of the churchyard wall in the foreground.
PH/EASTN/15a-cEaston parish church from the north, showing the whole of the building and the churchyard wall in the foreground.
PH/EASTN/16a-bThe interior of Easton parish church, looking east down the nave and into the chancel, showing the font bowl in the foreground and part of a stove to the right, pews and the pulpit in the nave and the chancel screen with "Holy Holy Holy" painted on it.
PH/EASTN/17a-bThe interior of Easton parish church: a dark shot looking east down the south aisle and with the nave arcade on the left, the pulpit visible behind; the south aisle roof beams shown quite clearly.
PH/EASTN/18The interior of Easton parish church, looking west down the nave, showing pews, the font, stove with stovepipe to the left, ceiling beams over the nave and tower window behind - the latter retouched by hand.
PH/EASTN/19The interior of Easton parish church, looking west along the nave and into the south aisle, showing the nave arcade, font, stove and stovepipe.
PH/EASTN/20a-dThe south door of Easton parish church, showing strangely shaped hinge straps; the rendering of the south aisle in a poor state with stonework showing through.
PH/EASTN/21a-bA detail of the hinge on the south door of Easton parish church, showing just the hinge itself and a small part of the door.
PH/EASTN/22Easton parish church from the north, showing the whole of the building with a tree and the churchyard wall in front, with fencing to the right and a lane in the foreground.
PH/EASTN/23The interior of Easton parish church looking east down the nave and into the chancel: the rendering has been taken off the walls and the "Holy Holy Holy" off the screen since PH/EASTN/16 was taken.
PH/EASTN/24The interior of Easton parish church looking east down the nave to the chancel screen, which has the "Holy Holy Holy" painted on it, although the rendering on the walls has been removed as in PH/EASTN/23; lots of flowers and foliage are decorating the screen.
PH/EASTN/25The war memorial in Easton churchyard: a stone obelisk, the plain back and side seen here, looking away from the church towards the churchyard wall, trees in the background.
PH/EASTN/26The war memorial in Easton churchyard: a stone obelisk, with names of the fallen on the front and the north aisle and north porch of the church visible behind.
PH/EASTN/27Mrs Eliza Read of Easton sitting at her lace-making pillow: an old lady in spectacles, striped blouse and long dark dress, sitting out of doors with a house window and gateway behind her; in front of her is her lace pillow on its wooden "horse".
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PH/EATON/01Eaton Socon from the air, 1986: view from the north showing the whole village, with the Ouse on the left, the old North Road going through the centre and the A1 dual carriageway on the right.
PH/EATON/02Eaton Socon from the air, 1986: view from the north-west looking across the village to the Ouse and St Neots, most of which is visible in the background; the Barford Power Station on the far right.
PH/EATON/03St Peter's Church, Eaton Socon: a general view from the south, with gravestones in the churchyard and a few people standing by the porch, trees in leaf on either side.
PH/EATON/04The view over the Ouse and St Neots Common from Cross Hall Lodge: looking down a slope to trees and the river with meadows beyond.
PH/EATON/05Cross Hall Lodge: a 19th-century house with turret to the left and conservatory, with trees, lawn and a path to the left.
PH/EATON/06Cross Hall Lodge seen from across the river: a three-storeyed house with outbuilding to the right, largely hidden by trees and with meadow grass in the foreground.
PH/EATON/07Cross Hall Farm: a large two-storeyed building of brick with a single-storeyed extension on the right side, parts of the farm buildings visible behind and a tennis court in the foreground.
PH/EATON/08Cross Hall Farm: a two-storeyed brick building with trees, a fence, a road and a stone heap in the foreground.
PH/ELLIN/01All Saints' Church, Ellington: a general view from the south, with tombstones, stone wall and wooden gate in the foreground.
PH/ELLIN/02a-bAll Saints' Church, Ellington: a general view from the north with part of the village street in the foreground, with brick wall and iron gate, trees and hedgrow in leaf, street lamp in centre, cottage to the left and part of a shed to the right.
PH/ELLIN/03a-bAll Saints' Church, Ellington: a general view from the south-west, behind rubble wall which is screened by a hedgerow and wooden fencing in the foreground, end of a thatched cottage on the left.
PH/ELLIN/04All Saints' Church, Ellington: the same image as PH/ELLIN/03 but printed backwards and as a negative.
PH/ELLIN/05a-bAll Saints' Church, Ellington: the north porch from the outside, with wooden gate across it, part of clerestorey behind.
PH/ELLIN/06a-tAll Saints' Church, Ellington: a general view from the south, with stone wall, cart and building to the left in the background, gate posts in the foreground with expanse of grass.
PH/ELLIN/07a-lAll Saints' Church, Ellington: a general view from the south with wall and road in the foreground, tree without leaf.
PH/ELLIN/08a-bAll Saints' Church, Ellington: gravestones inside railings with inscriptions on two in the foreground in memory of Ann and William Ladds and Martha Ladds.
PH/ELLIN/09a-fAll Saints' Church, Ellington: a plan of the church and churchyard.
PH/ELLIN/10a-bAll Saints' Church, Ellington: a general view from the north-east, brick wall and gate in the foreground, trees in leaf. Slightly blurred.
PH/ELLIN/11a-dAll Saints' Church, Ellington: a general view from the north-east, brick wall and gate in the foreground, trees in leaf, pile of gravel in front of the wall.
PH/ELLIN/12a-cAll Saints' Church, Ellington: a general view from the north, with wall and iron gate and railings in the foreground, trees in leaf.
PH/ELLIN/13All Saints' Church, Ellington: the same image as PH/ELLIN/06 but printed backwards and as a negative.
PH/ELLIN/14a-bAll Saints' Church, Ellington: a general view from the south but missing out the spire and the east end of the chancel, with gravestones in the foreground.
PH/ELLIN/15All Saints' Church, Ellington: the same image as PH/ELLIN/06.
PH/ELLIN/16a-bAll Saints' Church, Ellington: a general view from the south, behind stone wall and gate with a road in the foreground, a wooden fence to the right.
PH/ELLIN/17a-bAll Saints' Church, Ellington: the steeple and west end from the west, with gravestones behind a stone wall, gate and wooden fence in the foreground, trees in leaf in the background.
PH/ELLIN/18All Saints' Church, Ellington: a general view from the south, with gravestones behind stone wall and gate, trees in leaf.
PH/ELLIN/19All Saints' Church, Ellington: a distant view from the south-west, with buildings, fence, trees, a path and a green in the foreground.
PH/ELLIN/20a-bAll Saints' Church, Ellington: a general view from the High Street on the north, with cottage and brick wall with gate in the foreground, trees in leaf hiding the chancel.
PH/ELLIN/21a-dAll Saints' Church, Ellington: interior view looking west through the nave to the tower, showing the lectern and part of the pulpit in the foreground.
PH/ELLIN/22a-bAll Saints' Church, Ellington: interior view looking east through the nave to the chancel and showing the nave roof with a carved angel, aisle arcades and pews. A little blurred.
PH/ELLIN/23All Saints' Church, Ellington: interior view looking east through the nave to the chancel and part of the north aisle, showing the pulpit to the left and lectern to the right, pews in the foreground and two hanging lamps in the north arcade, part of the nave roof including two carved angels.
PH/ELLIN/24All Saints' Church, Ellington: interior view of the south aisle looking west, with part of the octagonal font in the foreground, and showing the roof with a carved angel.
PH/ELLIN/25a-cBrook Farm, Ellington: a brick-built house with two gabled wings, with brick wall and railings with gate, hedge to the left and trees in leaf.
PH/ELLIN/26a-gBrook Farm, Ellington: the same image as PH/ELLIN/26.
PH/ELLIN/27a-gManor Farm, Ellington: a distant view of a half-timbered house with dormer windows, in the foreground part of a water-filled moat, trees in leaf and a fence and thorn hedge in the foreground.
PH/ELLIN/28Manor Farm, Ellington: the side and back of the house, surrounded by trees and hedgerow in leaf, with wooden fence, gate and unmade road in the foreground.
PH/ELLIN/29a-bBrook Farm, Ellington: a brick-built house with two gabled wings and ivy-clad walls, brick wall with iron railings and gate in the foreground.
PH/ELLIN/30a-cBrook Farm, Ellington: the front of the house with ivy-clad walls, brick wall and iron railings and gate with road in the foreground, trees in leaf and shrubbery to the right.
PH/ELLIN/31a-fEllington Vicarage: a brick-built house with extension to the right, and trees and shrubs. Field of crops in the foreground with path.
PH/ELLIN/32Mrs Rowlatt's shop, Ellington: a thatched house with a shop front in its end wall to the left, with a wooden fence, horse and cart outside, grass and unmade road in the foreground, cottages and barn in the background.
PH/ELLIN/33Ellington High Street: with brick-built house to the left with wall and iron railings and gates, lamp high on the wall; cottages downhill to the right in the background; evergreen hedges and trees without leaf.
PH/ELLIN/34Brook Farm Corner, Ellington: looking along the unmade road with the back of Brook Farm to the left, an L-shaped cottage in the centre and College Farm to the right.
PH/ELLIN/35a-bEllington High Street: showing brick-built house to the right and thatched cottages beyond.
PH/ELLIN/36a-bEllington village: showing the Old Mermaid Inn (large and rambling building) to the right with the spire and tower of the parish church behind; cottages to the left and hedges with wooden gates on either side of the street; man in pony and trap in the foreground, two boys walking in the background.
PH/ELLIN/37Ellington Village: houses and part of the village street to the left, the parish church in the right background, trees without leaf.
PH/ELLIN/38a-bEllington Mill: a distant view of a wooden smock mill with a pond and field in the foreground, trees and hedge to the right.
PH/ELLIN/39Sibthorpe Road, Ellington: a country road with very wide verges, with the vicarage and parish church in the left background, trees and hedgerows in leaf.
PH/ELLIN/40a-bEllington: a stone memorial plaque surrounded by foliage.
PH/ELLIN/41Brook Farm Corner, Ellington: a cut-down section of PH/ELLIN/34, showing the left of that picture only.
PH/ELLIN/42All Saints' Church, Ellington: from the west. showing the steeple with aisles on either side, north porch on the left, gravestones in the churchyard, wooden fence in the foreground, trees in leaf on either side.
PH/ELLIN/43All Saints' Church, Ellington: a general view from the north, brick churchyard wall and trees in leaf to the left, iron railings to the right, gravestones in the churchyard.
PH/ELLIN/44All Saints' Church, Ellington: a general view from the north, gravestones in the churchyard with brick churchyard wall and leafless trees to the left, iron railings to the right with gate.
PH/ELLIN/45All Saints' Church, Ellington: identical image to PH/ELLIN/23.
PH/ELLIN/46All Saints' Church, Ellington: interior view looking east through the nave to the chancel, showing nave arcades, pulpit to the left and lectern to the right, pews in the foreground.
PH/ELLIN/47Ellington High Street: showing houses on either side with hedgerows to the right, trees in leaf in the background; petrol pumps to the left with a car beside them, and a larger vehicle in front of the Old Mermaid public house on the right.
PH/ELLIN/48Ellington High Street: showing houses on either side with the residents standing in front of their gardens and doorways, the women wearing white aprons and everyone wearing a hat. Man with pony and trap in the background.
PH/ELLIN/49The Old Mill, Ellington: wooden smock mill on a tall roundhouse, plainly in a bad state of repair, with hedgerow and tree.
PH/ELLIN/50Ellington: the church steeple in the background, with houses to the left of it and trees and hedgrows in front; pond with rough grass and wild flowers in the foreground, village pumps? and man standing on the far bank.
PH/ELLIN/51Rev Arthur Lee Grimley, Vicar of Ellington: a clergyman in surplice, moustached and holding a book, standing in front of a panelled wall.
PH/ELTON/01All Saints' Church, Elton: a general view from the south-east, gravestones in the foreground, trees in leaf.
PH/ELTON/02All Saints' Church, Elton: from the west, showing the tower and the west ends of the aisles, gravestones in the foreground, trees in leaf.
PH/ELTON/03All Saints' Church, Elton: interior view looking east through the nave to the chancel, with font in the foreground, roof and nave arcades.
PH/ELTON/04All Saints' Church, Elton: interior view looking east through the nave from the chancel arch, showing font in the background, roof, nave arcades just visible on either side, Lectern to the left.
PH/ELTON/05a-cAll Saints' Church, Elton: the two 11th-century standing crosses in the churchyard, with circular heads and carving of interlaced decoration, the church wall to the right.
PH/ELTON/06Elton Hall: the south-east front with formal gardens in the foreground.
PH/ELTON/07Elton Hall: from the north-east showing two sides of the Hall with tower in the centre, parkland in the foreground with sundial in the drive. Trees in bud and leaf.
PH/ELTON/08Elton Hall: the stable buildings, in two ranges round a square green, with dormer windows in the roof to the right, drying green in the foreground, tree in blossom to the right but other trees bare.
PH/ELTON/09Elton Rectory: a large and rambling two-storey house in a gothic style with many gables and chimnyes, large pollarded tree in the foreground, not in leaf.
PH/ELTON/10Elton Hall: carved stone panel on the gatehouse showing the arms of Sapcote (three dovecotes with goat's head crest and motto), with windows above and below it. A cut-down version of PH/ELTON/16.
PH/ELTON/11All Saints' Church, Elton: interior view looking east through the nave to the chancel and showing the nave arcades with parts of the north and south aisles, pulpit to the left of the chancel arch and lectern to the right, pews in the foreground.
PH/ELTON/12Elton Hall c. 1852: the south-west front with the grounds in the foreground and a horse and rider beside the house.
PH/ELTON/13A watermill at Elton: a wide building with lower extensions to left and right, a sack-hoist near the middle; water in the foreground with wooden structures to the left, trees to left and right - everything is very difficult to make out in this early, faded photograph.
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PH/ELTON/14All Saints' Church, Elton: a general view from the south-east, gravestones in the churchyard with shrubs and trees in leaf.
PH/ELTON/15All Saints' Church, Elton: a general view from the south-east, gravestones in the churchyard with shrubs and trees in leaf.
PH/ELTON/16Elton Hall: carved stone panel on the gatehouse showing the arms of Sapcote (three dovecotes with goat's head crest and motto), with windows above and below it.
PH/ELTON/17All Saints' Church, Elton: the two 11th-century standing crosses in the churchyard, with circular heads and carving of interlaced decoration, with the wall of the church behind and rough grass in the foreground.
PH/ELTON/18Elton Hall: the gatehouse, with crenelations and machiolations and the Sapcote arms in a carved panel, creeper on the wall, shrubbery in leaf to the right with gravel drive and grass in the foreground.
PH/ELTON/19Elton Hall: the south-east front with formal gardens and lawns in the foreground.
PH/ELTON/20Elton Hall C. 1875: the south-east front with an expanse of uncut grass in the foreground.
PH/ELTON/21A drawing of one of the 11th-century crosses in Elton churchyard, from the front and one side.
PH/ELTON/22a-bA drawing of the south-west front of Elton Hall, in ink on tracing paper and photgraphed from both sides, a) being correct and b) being reversed.
PH/ELTON/23A drawing of the north front of Elton Hall, in ink on tracing paper, showing the dining room with its three traceried windows and the northern extension on the right, with metal fence in the foreground.
PH/ELTON/24a-bA drawing of part of the south-east front of Elton Hall, in ink on tracing paper and photgraphed from both sides, a) being correct and b) being reversed: the left side of the south-east front, from the turrets at the south corner to the staircase.
PH/ELTON/25A drawing of the south-east front of Elton Hall c. 1800, with grass in front and trees to right and left, hiding the left (south) end of the building.
PH/ELTON/26a-bElton Hall c.1852: a photograph of PH/ELTON/12 complete with its pencil additions.
PH/ELTON/27A drawing of part of Elton Hall from the north, 1791, showing the gatehouse and chapel.
PH/ELTON/28A drawing of Elton Hall, c. 1850, showing the north front with a metal fence in front of it, a top-hatted pedestrian with a walking stick and trees to right and left.
PH/ELTON/29A drawing of Elton Hall, c. 1850, showing the south-east front with grass in the foreground, trees to right and left and a lady and gentleman standing admiring the house.
PH/ELTON/30A drawing of Elton Hall c. 1850, showing the south-west front with a carriage drawn up to the door, metal fence and trees to the right, the church tower in the far left background.
PH/ELTON/31A drawing of Elton Hall c. 1730, showing the house from the north with the gatehouse, chapel and dining room, ?stables to the left, formal gardens in front and the steeples of Warmington and Oundle marked in and named in the background.
PH/ELTON/32A drawing of part Elton Hall, in ink on tracing paper: some fragments of the building on the right, trees on the left - incomplete, but seems to show the gatehouse from the north side (cf. PH/ELTON/27).
PH/EYNES/01a-dSt Mary's Church, Eynesbury: cross in the churchyard, showing an elaborate stone cross on a tall shaft on decorated base - modern work presumably, designed by Inskip Ladds? The north side of the church visible behind, including the north porch and part of the tower.
PH/EYNES/02a-fSt Mary's Church, Eynesbury: an exterior view from the north showing part of the north porch and aisle, churchyard cross in the foreground.
PH/EYNES/03a-dSt Mary's Church, Eynesbury: an exterior view from the north showing the churchyard cross in the foreground and the west end of the church behind.
PH/EYNES/04a-dSt Mary's Church, Eynesbury: 1914-18 War Memorial Plaque on outside wall (north wall of west end of north aisle, see PH/EYNES/03 for the position).
PH/EYNES/05a-fSt Mary's Church, Eynesbury: a general view from the north, trees in leaf on either side, stone wall in front with iron railings, and two lamps on stone pillars on either side of gate.
PH/EYNES/06St Mary's Church, Eynesbury: a general view from the south, trees and shrubs in leaf, buildings on the street in the left background.
PH/EYNES/07St Mary's Church, Eynesbury: a general view from the south, trees in leaf to left and right.
PH/EYNES/08St Mary's Church, Eynesbury: from the east, showing tower, chancel and north porch, trees in leaf, ivy clad walls, laurel hedge and iron railings in the foreground.
PH/EYNES/09St Mary's Church, Eynesbury: from the south, showing tower, south aisle and nave; trees and shrubs in leaf, grass and iron railings in the foreground.
PH/EYNES/10St Mary's Church, Eynesbury: a general view from the north-west; trees in leaf.
PH/EYNES/11St Mary's Church, Eynesbury: interior view showing altar in the north aisle with altar rail in the foreground.
PH/EYNES/12St Mary's Church, Eynesbury: interior view looking east through the nave to the chancel, showing the lectern to the left with pulpit to the right, pews in the foreground with the font in the centre foreground.
PH/EYNES/13St Mary's Church, Eynesbury: a general view from across the street to the north, trees and shrubs in leaf behind churchyard wall with railings, road in the foreground.
PH/EYNES/14Eynesbury Rectory: a distant view of a large and rambling house with lawn in the foreground, trees in leaf on either side.
PH/EYNES/15a-bEynesbury House, on the east side of Berkeley Street, Eynesbury: a large and elaborate house with decorative woodwork on the gables and creepers on the walls; a lady stands on the lawn and another at a window.
PH/EYNES/16St Mary's Church, Eynesbury: interior view looking east through the nave to the chancel, showing chancel arch and nave arcades, pulpit to the right, lectern to the left, and font with ornamental jug in the foreground, a prie-dieu in front of the chancel arch.
PH/EYNES/17St Mary's Church, Eynesbury: interior view looking east through the nave to the chancel, showing chancel arch and nave arcades, pulpit to the right, lectern to the left, with font in the centre foreground.
PH/EYNES/18St Neots UDC employees in their depot in Eynesbury: nine men and a boy standing in front of a steam roller with some kind of cart or tender to the right (marked "Bayley's Improved"), with a shed to the left and a house behind to the right; the men have brooms, spades, etc. On the left is a better-dressed, bearded man, presumably in charge.
PH/EYNES/19St Mary's Church, Eynesbury: a general view from the north, iron railing on the wall surrounding the churchyard, with a gate; buildings on either side with leafless trees, children in the foreground.
PH/EYNES/20St Neots District Masons outside Waterloo House in about 1930: a group photograph with the members sitting and standing, the house and two cars behind.
PH/FARCT/01St Mary's Church, Farcet: a general view from the south-west, with tombs and gravestones in the churchyard, a small tree in leaf and buildings on either side of the church in the background.
PH/FARCT/02St Mary's Church, Farcet: a general view from the south-west, with tombs and gravestones in the churchyard, buildings on either side of the church in the background.
PH/FARCT/03St Mary's Church, Farcet: a general view from the north-west.
PH/FARCT/04St Mary's Church, Farcet: interior view looking east through the nave to the chancel and showing the pulpit to the left.
PH/FARCT/05St Mary's Church, Farcet: the pulpit, with elaborately carved panels, with a pew to the left.
PH/FARCT/06St Mary's Church, Farcet: the pulpit, identical image to PH/FARCT/05.
PH/FARCT/07St Mary's Church, Farcet: the pulpit, a cut-down version of PH/FARCT/05-6.
PH/FARCT/08St Mary's Church, Farcet: the pulpit, a cut-down version of PH/FARCT/05-6.
PH/FARCT/09St Mary's Church, Farcet: the pulpit, a cut-down version of PH/FARCT/05-6.
PH/FARCT/10St Mary's Church, Farcet: the tower from the west, with gravestones and rough grass in the foreground and trees in leaf on either side.
PH/FENSTSee also PH/S.IVE/Bdge.Ft/07-08: two transparencies of the Thomas Telford drawing of the New Bridges, which lie partly in Fenstanton parish.
PH/FENST/01St Peter and St Paul's Church, Fenstanton: a general view from the south, with gravestones in the churchyard.
PH/FENST/02a-cSt Peter and St Paul's Church, Fenstanton: a general view from the north-east, with brick wall, wooden fence and wire fencing in the foreground, small wooden hut to the right.
PH/FENST/03St Peter and St Paul's Church, Fenstanton: a general view from the south, with gates and brick churchyard wall in front, trees and shrubs, street lamp on corner of brick wall, road in the foreground.
PH/FENST/04St Peter and St Paul's Church, Fenstanton: the east window seen from the north, with elaborate Decorated tracery and part of the chancel.
PH/FENST/05St Peter and St Paul's Church, Fenstanton: from the north-west, showing most of the building but the top of the spire and the chancel not visible.
PH/FENST/06St Peter and St Paul's Church, Fenstanton: a general view from the south, with brick churchyard wall and double gates in the foreground, tree and gravestones in the churchyard.
PH/FENST/07St Peter and St Paul's Church, Fenstanton: interior view looking east through the nave to the chancel and showing pews, pulpit to the left, lectern to the right and several lamps suspended from the arches of the nave arcades.
PH/FENST/08St Peter and St Paul's Church, Fenstanton: an interior view looking west through the nave to the tower, showing parts of the pews and two hanging lamps.
PH/FENST/09a-bA windmill on the Low Road, Fenstanton, with wooden body and sails in position, trees in the background.
PH/FENST/10Fenstanton clock tower, looking east with houses on the south side of the High Street behind and to the left; vignette print with blurred edges.
PH/FENST/11Fenstanton Vicarage: a two-storey brick house with dormer windows and tall chimneys on either end; trees in leaf on either side with drive and lawn in the foreground, two men with tent on the lawn, the church spire in the background.
PH/FENST/12a-cThe Gables, Hilton Road, Fenstanton: front view of house with two gabled wings and tall chimneys, with a brick wall to the right.
PH/FENST/13The Gables, Hilton Road, Fenstanton: looking south down Hilton Road with a side view of the house on the left, a two-storey building with tall chimneys, brick wall in front, road with pavement to the right.
PH/FENST/13-30Photographs given by Arthur Dunn showing The Gables, Hilton Road, Fenstanton being restored in the late 1980s.
PH/FENST/13-30 (contd.)
PH/FENST/14The Gables, Hilton Road, Fenstanton: a close-up view of part of the front, with the gable end of the south cross wing, the house in a poor state of repair with the lower windows boarded up; trees to the right with Hilton Road in the foreground.
PH/FENST/15The Gables, Hilton Road, Fenstanton: looking north up Hilton Road and showing the south wall of the south cross wing, plainly in a poor state of repair with rendering falling away; trees and shrubs on either side, with Hilton Road and pavement running to the left of the house.
PH/FENST/16The Gables, Hilton Road, Fenstanton: interior view of part of the brick barn, showing roof timbers on a brick wall with part of a doorway at bottom right.
PH/FENST/17The Gables, Hilton Road, Fenstanton: interior view of the brick barn, showing restored roof with its older timber supports, brick walls with open doorway to the left.
PH/FENST/18The Gables, Hilton Road, Fenstanton: interior view of the brick barn, showing the roof timbers, partly uncovered, and the end wall.
PH/FENST/19The Gables, Hilton Road, Fenstanton: interior view of the brick barn, showing the roof timbers and supports, partly uncovered to the right.
PH/FENST/20The Gables, Hilton Road, Fenstanton: interior view of the wooden barn, showing roof timbers and supports with wooden walls and open gable space all in disrepair.
PH/FENST/21The Gables, Hilton Road, Fenstanton: the north cross wing seen from the back, with restoration work in progress.
PH/FENST/22The Gables, Hilton Road, Fenstanton: interior view of part of a brick chimney breast, with wattle and plaster walling to the right.
PH/FENST/23The Gables, Hilton Road, Fenstanton: interior view showing some of the roof timbers and various extra supports.
PH/FENST/24The Gables, Hilton Road, Fenstanton: the rear view of the courtyard between the two cross wings, with restoration work in progress.
PH/FENST/25The Gables, Hilton Road, Fenstanton: rear view of the part of the house between the two cross wings, showing the timber frame and original windows.
PH/FENST/26The Gables, Hilton Road, Fenstanton: a detail of some of the timber framework at the rear with two original windows.
PH/FENST/27The Gables, Hilton Road, Fenstanton: interior view of a half timbered passage or gallery.
PH/FENST/28The Gables, Hilton Road, Fenstanton: showing the rear of the house, in a poor state of repair.
PH/FENST/29The Gables, Hilton Road, Fenstanton: interior view of some of the main roof timbers over the central part of the roof.
PH/FENST/30The Gables, Hilton Road, Fenstanton: the back gable end of the south cross wing, with timbering and original windows.
PH/FENST/31The Clock Tower, Fenstanton, looking west, with a lean-to shelter against its east wall. The clock shows 3.15 and a small lorry is driving past, away from the camera on the right side.
PH/FENST/32Honey Hill, Fenstanton: cottages, with the parish church steeple in the background, a woman and child walking in the lane.
PH/FENST/33Row of cottages in Honey Hill, Fenstanton: two thatched cottages on the left and part of a tile-roofed one on the right, with a child in the foreground. The child and the cottages are probably the same ones shown in PH/FENST/32.
PH/FENST/34Cottage in Honey Hill, Fenstanton: tiled roof with dormers, outhouse and pump in the foreground, with bicycle, woman and child - the woman and child perhaps the same as in PH/FENST/32-33.
PH/FENST/35The remains of a post mill on the south-west side of the Low Road, Fenstanton, grid ref. 311704: the mill framework, now without its outside planking, on top of a roundhouse.
PH/FENST/36The remains of a post mill on the Low Road, the same mill as in PH/FENST/35 but from a different angle, looking up the trail of the mill, with millstones leaning against the roundhouse, and a straw stack to the left of the picture.
PH/FENST/37The Woolpack Public House, which used to stand at the road junction where the road from St Ives joins the present-day A14, since demolished for road widening. An L-shaped building, on the south-east side of the then crossroads, seen here from the west across the Hilton road. With "Flowers" signs and "Whitbread" sunshades, milestone next to one corner of the building.
PH/FENST/38A house in Hilton Road, Fenstanton, in 1963: two-storey house with tiled, hipped roof with chilmney stack, wooden fence in front and trees in leaf.
PH/FENST/39Fenstanton clock tower, with a shelter against its east wall, looking west towards the King William IV and the road to St Ives.
PH/FENST/40A post windmill on the Low Road, Fenstanton: with two shuttered sails and two cloth ones (only the framework visible, no cloths fitted), on top of a roundhouse, with fencing and a waggon in front.
PH/FENST/41-49These photgraphs show views of the donor's grandfather's cottage in Hilton Road, Fenstanton - see PH/FENST/45, with the clock tower in the background, to pin down the location.
PH/FENST/41a-bCottage in Hilton Road, Fenstanton: one-storey building with three dormers in the roof and with one-storey extensions at each end. Telegraph pole and part of a car in the left background.
PH/FENST/42a-bCottage in Hilton Road, Fenstanton: one-storey building with three dormers in the roof, with large one-storey extension in the foreground, tall chimney in the middle. Road in the foreground and part of the fence round the village pond.
PH/FENST/43a-bCottage in Hilton Road, Fenstanton: a similar view to PH/FENST/41 but apparently taken earlier - the cottage has smaller windows and only one dormer, and the walls are bare brick and not rendered.
PH/FENST/44a-bCottage in Hilton Road, Fenstanton: a similar view to PH/FENST/42 but once again apparently taken before restoration - see PH/FENST/43.
PH/FENST/45Cottage in Hilton Road, Fenstanton: looking towards the Clock Tower; an end-on view of the cottage, with the pond fence on the left and another house beyond it; lean-to on the far side of the clock tower and cars parked near it; a few people on the pavement.
PH/FENST/46Cottage in Hilton Road, Fenstanton: single-storey but with high-pitched roof and a kind of dormer with an upper door in it. Untidy yard in the foreground, leafless trees behind.
PH/FENST/47Cottage in Hilton Road, Fenstanton: single-storeyed but with dormers in the high-pitched roof; grass verge near the pond in the foreground.
PH/FENST/48Cottage in Hilton Road, Fenstanton: seen from the rear and before restoration; similar view to PH/FENST/46, although trees in the background have been lopped in this picture.
PH/FENST/49Cottage in Hilton Road, Fenstanton: a rear view before restoration, with a closer view than PH/FENST/48 of the back of the building and the gable end of the house next to it.
PH/FENST/50The Clock Tower at Fenstanton, looking west to the houses on the west side of the green and the road towards Huntingdon and St Ives; men and bicycles stand beside the tower and telegraph poles lead off down the road.
PH/FENST/51Wiliam Hookham, lighterman, of Fenstanton Low Road: a middle-aged man, unshaven, with overcoat and fur hat, holding a small bundle in a spotted cloth as he leans on the gunwale of a small boat. Thatched and weatherboarded buildings behind.
PH/FENST/52"Laleham", a house in London Road, on the outskirts of St Ives, seen soon after it was built in 1900: a brick-built two-storey house of elaborate design, with circular turret above the porch and half-timbered upper storey on the right with elaborate woodwork on the gable. Rubble lies in front, and the garden is bare, suggesting the house is newly built; trees are bare and it is raining.
PH/FENST/53The New Bridges on London Road seen from the east, showing about 14 of the arches, with cars on the road and the trees of Houghton Hill behind, Fenstanton Meadow in the foreground.
PH/FLETN/01St Margaret's Church, Fletton: a general view from the south, with part of the churchyard.
PH/FLETN/02a-dSt Margaret's Church, Fletton: from the north-west, showing the steeple and north aisle, with trees in leaf on both sides.
PH/FLETN/03St Margaret's Church, Fletton: window with quatrefoil tracery in the south wall of the chancel, seen from outside, with frieze of corbels above.
PH/FLETN/04a-dSt Margaret's Church, Fletton: the quatrefoil window seen in PH/FLETN/03, seen from further back so as to include buttresses on either side and two carved figures next to the buttresses.
PH/FLETN/05a-bSt Margaret's Church, Fletton: interior view looking west through the nave.
PH/FLETN/06a-bSt Margaret's Church, Fletton: the free-standing Anglo-Saxon cross outside the church, with the church wall behind it.
PH/FLETN/07a-bSt Margaret's Church, Fletton: a general view from the north-east, but much of the building hidden by trees.
PH/FLETN/08St Margaret's Church, Fletton: one of the carved figures beside the buttresses on the south wall of the chancel (see PH/FLETN/04 for its location and PH/FLETN/09 for the other one).
PH/FLETN/09St Margaret's Church, Fletton: the other carved figure from beside the buttresses on the south wall of the chancel (see PH/FLETN/04 for its location and PH/FLETN/08 for the other one).
PH/FLETN/10St Margaret's Church, Fletton: a general view from the south east, numerous gravestones in the churchyard with trees in leaf on either side, rough grass in the foreground.
PH/FLETN/11St Margaret's Church, Fletton: a general view from the south, gravestones in churchyard with rough grass, leafless trees behind.
PH/FLETN/12St Margaret's Church, Fletton: from the north-west, identical to PH/FLETN/02.
PH/FLETN/13St Margaret's Church, Fletton: the south wall of the chancel, identical to PH/FLETN/04.
PH/FLETN/14St Margaret's Church, Fletton: the south wall of the chancel, eastern end, with window, corbel table and corner buttress.
PH/FLETN/15St Margaret's Church, Fletton: the free-standing Anglo-Saxon cross outside the church, with the church wall and part of a window behind it.
PH/FLETN/16St Margaret's Church, Fletton: the free-standing Saxon cross, identical to PH/FLETN/06.
PH/FLETN/17St Margaret's Church, Fletton: a general view from the north-east with the building mostly hidden by trees, identical to PH/FLETN/07.
PH/FLETN/18a-bSt Margaret's Church, Fletton: interior view looking east through the nave to the chancel and showing the chancel arch with pulpit to the right, lectern to the left, nave arcades on either side, pews in nave and in aisles, font in the foreground to the left of photo, with prie-dieu in front of chancel.
PH/FLETN/19St Margaret's Church, Fletton: interior view looing east through the nave to the chancel and showing the chancel arch with pulpit to the left, lectern to the right, nave arcades with hanging lamps on either side and pews in the foreground.
PH/FLETN/20St Margaret's Church, Fletton: interior view looking west from the chancel and showing the chancel arch with pulpit to the right, lectern to the left, nave arcades and pews on either side, font in front of the tower arch.
PH/FLETN/21St Margaret's Church, Fletton: interior view looking west through the nave to the tower arch and north aisle, showing the font, nave arcades and pews.
PH/FLETN/22A painting by Cuthbert Bede, c. 1860: showing the River Nene with the bridge into Peterbrough from Fletton on the right, boats on the river, houses and other buildings on the far bank and the towers of the cathedral in the background; many trees.
PH/FLETN/23a-bDrawings of the west and south sides of the Saxon cross at St Margaret's Church, Fletton.
PH/FLETN/24a-bDrawings of the east and north sides of the Saxon cross at St Margaret's Church, Fletton.
PH/FLETN/25St Margaret's Church, Fletton: the outline of a complicated compound cross - ?a brass indent or a relief carving on a stone coffin lid.
PH/FOLKS/01St Helen's Church, Folksworth: a general view from the south-west, gravestones in the foreground with trees in leaf to the left, a bicyle leaning against the wall of the south transept.
PH/FOLKS/02St Helen's Church, Folksworth: a general view from the east, gravestones in the churchyard, stone churchyard wall in the foreground, trees in leaf on either side.
PH/FOLKS/03St Helen's Church, Folksworth: the north doorway, seen from outside, with round-topped arch and carved tympanum.
PH/FOLKS/04St Helen's Church, Folksworth: the north doorway, seen from outside, with round-topped arch and carved tympanum.
PH/FOLKS/05St Helen's Church, Folksworth: a general view from the south-west, gravestones in the churchyard, path to the south porch, trees in leaf on either side of the church.
PH/FOLKS/06St Helen's Church, Folksworth: the north doorway, seen from outside, with round-topped arch and carved tympanum, rough grass in front of it.
PH/G.GID/01St Michael's Church, Great Gidding: from the south-west, showing most of the building except the chancel and the top of the spire.
PH/G.GID/02St Michael's Church, Great Gidding: a general view from the south-east, with gravestones and path in the foreground of churchyard, trees in leaf.
PH/G.GID/03St Michael's Church, Great Gidding: a distant view from the south-east, with gravestones in the overgrown churchyard, trees in leaf.
PH/G.GID/04St Michael's Church, Great Gidding: from the north, showing parts of the north aisle, clerestorey and chancel.
PH/G.GID/05St Michael's Church, Great Gidding: interior view looking east through the nave to the chancel, showing nave arcades and pews.
PH/G.GID/06St Michael's Church, Great Gidding: interior view looking east through the nave to the chancel and showing part of the north and south aisles, pews in the foreground, five hanging lamps.
PH/G.GID/07a-fA house in Great Gidding: a two-storey thatched cottage with the thatch in poor condition, bay windows, and a buttress to the left of the front door; overgrown garden, wrought iron railings.
PH/G.GID/08St Michael's Church, Great Gidding: a general view from the south-east, with gravestones in the churchyard, path to the south porch, trees in leaf on either side.
PH/G.GID/09St Michael's Church, Great Gidding: looking east through the nave to the chancel and chancel arch, pulpit to the left, lectern to the right, prie-dieu in front of chancel steps, nave arcades and part of the north and south aisles, with pews on either side.
PH/G.STA/01a-bSt Andrew's parish church, Great Staughton: from the north-east, showing chancel, north vestry, north chapel, part of nave, north aisle, and tower. Curved brick wall with swivel gate in the foreground.
PH/G.STA/02St Andrew's parish church, Great Staughton: from the south-east, showing chancel, nave, south aisle, part of south porch and tower. Trees without leaf in foreground.
PH/G.STA/03St Andrew's parish church, Great Staughton: from the south showing chancel, nave, south aisle, south porch and tower. Gravestones in foreground.
PH/G.STA/04St Andrew's parish church, Great Staughton: from the south, showing the bottom of the tower, nave, south aisle, south porch. Gravestones in foreground.
PH/G.STA/05St Andrew's parish church, Great Staughton: from the north-west, showing most of tower, part of nave, north aisle.
PH/G.STA/06St Andrew's parish church, Great Staughton: from the west, showing the tower, the end of the south aisle, brick wall and gate in front, house to the right of picture, with pony trap in foreground.
PH/G.STA/07St Andrew's parish church, Great Staughton: a distant view from the west, showing the tower of the church, with Place House in the foreground, evergreen hedge and lawn in front of house.
PH/G.STA/08St Andrew's parish church, Great Staughton: looking east through the nave and showing the chancel, nave, nave arcade, and pews in foreground, hanging lamps on either side of nave.
PH/G.STA/09St Andrew's parish church, Great Staughton: looking west through the nave, showing window over west door, nave, nave arches, and pews in the foreground.
PH/G.STA/10a-bSt Andrew's parish church, Great Staughton: the monument in the chancel of Sir James Deyer 1580, Margaret his wife 1560, Sir Richard Deyer 1605, and Marie his wife 1601.
PH/G.STA/11St Andrew's parish church, Great Staughton: the Deyer monument in the chancel; standing lamp in the foreground.
PH/G.STA/12St Andrew's parish church, Great Staughton: the Deyer monument in the chancel.
PH/G.STA/13St Andrew's parish church, Great Staughton: the Deyer monument in the chancel; standing lamp in the foreground.
PH/G.STA/14St Andrew's parish church, Great Staughton: the Deyer monument in the chancel; standing lamp in the foreground.
PH/G.STA/15St Andrew's parish church, Great Staughton: the monument in the south aisle of Sir George Wauton, 1606.
PH/G.STA/16St Andrew's parish church, Great Staughton: the monument in the south aisle of Sir George Wauton, 1606, with font in foreground.
PH/G.STA/17St Andrew's parish church, Great Staughton: the monument on the south wall (interior) in memory of John Baldwin and John Conyers.
PH/G.STA/18a-bGreat Staughton Vicarage, a grand two-storey house with chimneys and ivy-clad walls with raised garden and lawns in foreground.
PH/G.STA/19a-cGreat Staughton Vicarage from the south-west, surrounded by terrace with steps leading down to the lawn in foreground.
PH/G.STA/20a-ePlace House, Great Staughton, from the south-west, showing the long east wing, with many windows of various styles, and the transverse west wing with three arches on the left. Various brick walls and wooden gates in foreground facing on to the road.
PH/G.STA/21a-cPlace House, Great Staughton, from the east, showing the end of the east wing and small attached building to the north with thatched roof; brick wall in foreground, and trees without leaf.
PH/G.STA/22Manor Farm, West Perry, Great Staughton, showing front of house with ivy-clad walls, tiled roof with chimneys, stone-framed windows. Railings and brick pillars in front of house, with unmade road and grass in foreground. Farm buildings in left background. Trees in leaf to right of picture.
PH/G.STA/23a-dThe White house, Great Staughton, showing village sundial & cross in the right foreground and shop behind it. To the left of picture and in front of the White House, a low brick wall, topped by railings, trees on either side of house. Unmade road in foreground.
PH/G.STA/24a-dThe Grotto at the White House, Great Staughton, showing small building with one window on either side of doorway, ivy-clad walls with shrubs in foreground.
PH/G.STA/25A pub at Great Staughton, showing a building with steep pitched roof and gable to left, man standing in porch over front, central door. Board on front of house reads "Arthur Mehew licensed to sell beer etc. etc." Greenhouse visible behind high wall on right.
PH/G.STA/26Main Street, Great Staughton, showing houses on either side; stone cross or sun dial in left foreground, small shop beyond. Two ponies and traps in foreground on unmade road.
PH/G.STA/27a-bThe village cross or sun dial, Great Staughton, showing Main Street beyond, with house on left and shops behind sun dial. People standing on either side of unmade road.
PH/G.STA/28a-bA distant view of St Andrew's parish church, Great Staughton, showing the tower surrounded by trees in leaf. In the foreground a brick-built bridge with four arches, ending in wooden railings on the right. White horse and cart, driver wearing bowler hat, small boy looking over wooden railings, reeds in foreground.
PH/G.STA/29St Andrew's parish church, Great Staughton, looking east through the nave, showing chancel, chancel arch, nave, nave arches and part of both aisles. Pulpit to the left, lectern to the right of chancel arch. Twin oil lamps, with globe shades on decorative brackets on each stone pillar in nave. Pews in foreground, poppyhead inward-facing pews in chancel.
PH/G.STA/30Great Staughton House: a large two-storey stucco Georgian house with plain parapet, sash windows, and verandah. Bow fronted end to right of verandah, main entrance door on the side elevation to left of photograph. Trees in leaf on either side of house. Hedgerow to left of croquet lawn and three croquet balls in foreground.
PH/G.STU/01a-cSt Barthomolew's Church, Great Stukeley: a general view from the north-west, with gravestones and leafless trees in the foreground.
PH/G.STU/02St Barthomolew's Church, Great Stukeley, from the north-west, showing tower and north aisle. Gravestones in the churchyard with rough grass in foreground.
PH/G.STU/03HuntingdonshireSt Barthomolew's Church, Great Stukeley, from the west, showing the tower, with trees in leaf to the left, gravestones in the churchyard with rough grass in foreground.
PH/G.STU/04St Barthomolew's Church, Great Stukeley: a general view from the north-east, numerous gravestones in churchyard with trees in leaf on either side.
PH/G.STU/05St Barthomolew's Church, Great Stukeley: a close-up view from the south-east, showing parts of the chancel, south aisle, nave and tower. A few gravestones in the foreground.
PH/G.STU/06St Barthomolew's Church, Great Stukeley: looking out of the nave through the porch, April 1923.
PH/G.STU/07St Barthomolew's Church, Great Stukeley: an exterior view of the partly demolished porch, showing three men at work, two of them standing in a trench in the foreground.
PH/G.STU/08HuntingdonshireSt Barthomolew's Church, Great Stukeley: looking eastwards through the nave to the chancel, showing pulpit to the left and nave arches, numerous chairs in nave.
PH/G.STU/09HuntingdonshireSt Barthomolew's Church, Great Stukeley: looking east through the nave to the chancel, showing chancel arch and nave arches, pews in the foreground.
PH/G.STU/10a-cHuntingdonshireSt Barthomolew's Church, Great Stukeley: looking east through the chancel arch and showing the east end of the nave, and part of the south arcade; beyond, the chancel with its peculiar roof timbers, the altar rail and altar with candles and flowers on it.
PH/G.STU/11a-cHuntingdonshireSt Barthomolew's Church, Great Stukeley: an interior view of the east end of the north aisle, with the arcade to the right and an altar with candles under the aisle east window.
PH/HAMER/05HuntingdonshireAll Saints' Church, Hamerton: a general view from the south-east, with the walls partly ivy-clad and gravestones in the foreground.
PH/HAMER/06HuntingdonshireAll Saints' Church, Hamerton: interior view looking west through the nave to the tower arch, showing pews, lectern or carved angels in the left foreground..
PH/HAMER/07HuntingdonshireAll Saints' Church, Hamerton: interior view looking from the nave into the south aisle and showing the font, stove and pews.
PH/HAMER/08HuntingdonshireAll Saints' Church, Hamerton: interior view looking east through the nave to the chancel arch and chancel, and showing pews, lamps, candle holders, pulpit and lectern.
PH/HAMER/09HuntingdonshireHamerton Rectory: an elaborate brick-built house with mullioned windows, showing the front door, gravel drive and trees in leaf.
PH/HAMER/10a-bHamerton Parish Room: a one-storey brick building with chimney and gable end with applied timber decoration, double main doors and porch above. Lane with hedgerow and fence leading past the building.
PH/HAMER/11Hamerton Parish Room: commemorative plaque reading "THIS ROOM WAS BUILT BY JAMES MOSS AND JANE ELIZABETH HOWSON IN MEMORY OF THEIR DEARLY LOVED DAUGHTER BEATRICE MURIEL WHO DIED AT HAMERTON ON THE 14TH OCT. 1901 IN HER 17TH YEAR" and decorated with Art Nouveau motifs.
PH/HAMER/12Manor Farm, Hamerton: a two-storey house with tiled roof and two chimney stacks, other buildings to the right and left of the house, shrubs and fruit trees in the foreground, with a deck chair.
PH/HAMER/13Manor Farm, Hamerton: a two-storey house with tiled roof and two chimney stacks, casement windows and ivy-covered porch with gate. Garden chair and seat in front of windows. Trees not in leaf but shrubs and bushes in flower.
PH/HAMER/14Manor Farm, Hamerton: a distant view of a two-storey house from across field and two hedgerows, taken from east of the house and showing one of the gable ends. No ivy growing over the porch, as there is in PH/HAMER/12 & 13. Farm buildings to the rear, trees without leaf.
PH/HAMER/15Manor Farm, Hamerton: identical to PH/HAMER/14 (but cut down).
PH/HAMER/16a-bHamerton Bridge: with four stone piers and white wooden railings above, ford through nearly dry stream, trees in the background and a wooden fence in the foreground.
PH/HAMER/17Hamerton Bridge: showing the stone piers, railings, trees in leaf, and lane with ford parallel to the bridge, leafy bank in the foreground. Taken from the opposite bank of the stream from PH/HAMER/16.
PH/HAMER/18Hamerton Bridge: showing the stone piers, railings, lane going into the ford on the left, trees without leaf, a house in the background on the left.
PH/HAMER/19Hamerton Bridge: a distant view of the bridge over the brook, with a path along the side of the brook in the right foreground, with a fence beside it; trees without leaf, a house in the distance.
PH/HAMER/20a-bA cottage at Salome Wood, Hamerton, (grid ref. 133778) in 1911: a thatched cotage with two front doors and two ground floor windows and an open window visible under the right-hand gable, with a brick and tile extension on the left. A man with a shotgun stands in front of one door, a man and a woman in front of the other (he very tanned and wearing a white hat). Tall plants in the foreground.
PH/HAMER/20a-b (contd.)
PH/HAMER/21All Saints' Church, Hamerton: a general view from the south-east, with gravestones in the churchyard and trees in leaf on either side.
PH/HAMER/22All Saints' Church, Hamerton: the tower from the west, with the north and south aisles on either side, gravestones in the churchyard with iron railings and a hedge in the foreground, trees on either side.
PH/HAMER/23All Saints' Church, Hamerton: interior view looking east through the nave to the chancel arch, with pulpit to the left and lectern to the right, nave arcades, pews, organ to the right in south aisle with hanging lamps in the nave and nave arches.
PH/HAMER/24All Saints' Church, Hamerton: interior view looking east through the nave to the chancel but with tops of arches all out of shot, pulpit to the left and lectern to the right, pews on either side in the foreground, iron stove to the right.
PH/HAMER/25Manor Farm, Hamerton: seen from one of the gable ends, with chimney stacks, surrounded by trees and shrubs with two deck chairs to the left and two ladies to the right beside a gateway in the garden wall; rough ground in the foreground.
PH/HAMER/26Hamerton Bridge: with wooden railings on stone piers, trees in the background with buildings to the left, rough grass and a wooden fence in the foreground.
PH/HARTF/01All Saints' Church, Hartford: a general view from the south, from the opposite bank of the river, with trees in leaf and a small building to the left.
PH/HARTF/02All Saints' Church, Hartford: interior view looking east through the nave to the chancel and showing pulpit, lectern, wall memorial tablets, lamps and pews.
PH/HARTF/03All Saints' Church, Hartford: a general view from across the river to the south-west, grass and river in the foreground with a boat and lady dressed in white at the oars; trees in leaf and a small wooden building on the river bank.
PH/HARTF/04The River Ouse near Hartford: the river with rowing boat and boatman in the foreground, meadow, trees in leaf and church spire in the background - the spire is probably Hemingford Abbots.
PH/HARTF/05All Saints' Church, Hartford: a general view from the south-west showing brick churchyard wall in front with an adjacent wall with pathway leading up to an iron gate. Trees with and without leaf.
PH/HARTF/06All Saints' Church, Hartford: a general view from the north-west showing gravestones in the churchyard with rough grass in the foreground; the tower ivy-clad with trees without leaf on either side.
PH/HARTF/07All Saints' Church, Hartford: a general view from the north-east, with gravestones in the churchyard.
PH/HARTF/08All Saints' Church, Hartford: identical to PH/HARTF/02.
PH/HARTF/09All Saints' Church, Hartford: interior view looking west through the nave to the chancel and part of the north aisle, showing chancel arch with stone carving, carvings on either side of altar, pulpit to the left, lectern to the right, pews on either side, prie-dieu in front of chancel with hanging lamps on either side of nave; font in the foreground.
PH/HARTF/10All Saints' Church, Hartford: a distant view from the south-east, from meadows on the opposite side of the river, the church surrounded by trees; a wooden bridge spans a side channel in the foreground, with a man standing on it, and rough grass and reeds.
PH/HARTF/11a-bAll Saints' Church, Hartford: a general view from the south from across the river, the church surrounded by trees, with two-storey house to the left, a man fishing in the centre, three men in a boat, two with hats and one with a cap, rowing from left to right; water and reeds in the foreground.
PH/HARTF/12All Saints' Church, Hartford: a distant view from the south-east from across the river, with trees and houses on either side, two channels of water with raised grass bank and wooden fence in the middle, a boat at the water's edge to the left.
PH/HARTF/13HuntingdonshireAll Saints' Church, Hartford: a distant view from the south-east from across the river, showing the church with trees on either side, with a two-storey house to the right; rowing boat on the river with three ladies, and cattle on the ferry with three men to the left. A single cow standing on rough grass nearby, water with reeds in the foreground.
PH/L.GID/11a-bSt John's Church, Little Gidding: a general view of the church from the north-west, on the right, with large three storey house to the left, hedgerow and two gates in the foreground, trees in leaf.
PH/L.GID/12St John's Church, Little Gidding: rubbings of various brasses and inscriptions, pinned to a board with someone's hand holding them up.
PH/L.GID/13St John's Church, Little Gidding: a general view from the north-west, with gravestones to the right and hedge and trellis fence in front, trees in leaf in the background.
PH/L.GID/14St John's Church, Little Gidding: a general view from the north-west, with gravestones in the churchyard, hedge and trellis fence in the foreground, trees at rear without leaf, evergreen shrubs to the right.
PH/L.GID/15St John's Church, Little Gidding: a general view from the south-west, with rough grass, trees, wooden fencing in front of church and a pond in the foreground.
PH/L.GID/16St John's Church, Little Gidding: interior view looking east through the nave to the chancel, with nave stalls, chandelier above hanging centrally, brass font to the left in the foreground.
PH/L.GID/17St John's Church, Little Gidding: interior view looking east down the centre of the building, with brass font in the foreground and chancel window in the background, nave stalls on either side.
PH/L.GID/18A painting of the interior of St John's Church, Little Gidding, looking east with the building almost empty of furniture except the pulpit, brass eagle lectern and brass font, all standing together close to the chancel step.
PH/L.STU/01St Martin's Church, Little Stukeley: a general view from the south-east, with gravestones in the churchyard, trees in leaf on either side, iron railings and rough grass in foreground; flag flying from tower.
PH/L.STU/02a-cSt Martin's Church, Little Stukeley: a general view from the south, with gravestones in the churchyard, houses in the background, trees in leaf.
PH/L.STU/03a-bSt Martin's Church, Little Stukeley: a general view from the south-east, identical to PH/L.STU/01 but with edges cropped.
PH/L.STU/04a-cSt Martin's Church, Little Stukeley: a general view from the south with hedge and lane to the left and wooden gate to the right.
PH/L.STU/05a-eSt Martin's Church, Little Stukeley: from the the west, showing tower, part of the south aisle and south porch. Gravestones in the churchyard with hedge and a small wooden gate in foreground.
PH/L.STU/06St Martin's Church, Little Stukeley: a general view from the south, gravestones and trees in the churchyard.
PH/L.STU/07St Martin's Church, Little Stukeley: a general view from the south-east, gravestones and trees in the churchyard.
PH/L.STU/08St Martin's Church, Little Stukeley: a general view from the south , gravestones and rough grass in the churchyard, trees in leaf on either side.
PH/L.STU/09St Martin's Church, Little Stukeley: a general view from the south-east, gravestones and trees in the churchyard and a startlingly new and white gravestone in the foreground.
PH/L.STU/10a-bSt Martin's Church, Little Stukeley: a general view from the south, gravestones and tombs in the churchyard, trees and bushes on either side.
PH/L.STU/11St Martin's Church, Little Stukeley: from the west, showing tower, part of south aisle, porch and nave; gravestones in the churchyard, hedge and small wooden gate in the foreground.
PH/L.STU/12St Martin's Church, Little Stukeley: a similar view to PH/L.STU/11 but with the top of the tower pinnacles out of shot and the whole thing a bit tilted.
PH/L.STU/13St Martin's Church, Little Stukeley: from the west, showing tower and south aisle, gravestones in the churchyard, small house and vehicle in the foreground.
PH/L.STU/14a-cSt Martin's Church, Little Stukeley: the arch inside the north wall of the tower made from reset 12th-century stones from an earlier church on the site, with a few other stones at the bottom of the alcove under the arch.
PH/L.STU/15a-bSt Martin's Church, Little Stukeley: the arch inside the north wall of the tower made from reset 12th-century stones from an earlier church on the site, with a few other stones at the bottom of the alcove under the arch.
PH/L.STU/16St Martin's Church, Little Stukeley: the arch inside the south wall of the tower made from reset 12th-century stones from an earlier church on the site, with other stones in the alcove under the arch.
PH/L.STU/17a-cSt Martin's Church, Little Stukeley: the arch inside the south wall of the tower made from reset 12th-century stones from an earlier church on the site, with other stones in the alcove under the arch; corbels with carved stone heads to left and right.
PH/L.STU/18Little Stukeley Rectory: three-storey house with four sash windows on each storey, conservatory to the right, shrubs and lawn in foreground, trees in leaf to the right.
PH/L.STU/19Little Stukeley Rectory: the back of the house with a back wing, the conservatory on the left, gardens in the foreground with a man standing in the centre, trees in leaf on either side.
PH/L.STU/20The Swan and Salmon, Little Stukeley, showing a two-storey building with windows and a side door and chimneys. A board above doorway with the words "John H. Jackson, Licensed to sell beer and spirits by retail to be consumed on the premises and dealer in tobacco". Above, a sign "The Swan and Salmon" supported by brackets and a plaque to the left of it depicting a swan. Children playing in the road with pram, woman sitting on a chair, thatched cottage opposite, with buildings in the background. Trees and hedges in the centre, either side of unmade road.
PH/LEIGH/01St Mary's Church, Leighton Bromswold, from the south-east showng chancel, south transept, part of south porch and west tower. Tree in leaf on either side, stone wall with small wooden gate in front of church. Grass and trees in foreground.
PH/LEIGH/02a-cSt Mary's Church, Leighton Bromswold, from the north-west, showing tower, north porch and north transept. Clock on tower, small building to the right and trees in foreground.
PH/LEIGH/03a-bSt Mary's Church, Leighton Bromswold, from the the north-east showing chancel, north transept and part of tower. Small buildings to the right of the church. Stone wall with trees in front of church and grass in foreground.
PH/LEIGH/04a-dSt Mary's Church, Leighton Bromswold, from the south-east showing chancel, south transept, south porch and part of tower. Buildings to the left with gravestones in churchyard. Stone wall in front of church with tree without leaf and grass in foreground.
PH/LEIGH/05a-bSt Mary's Church, Leighton Bromswold, from the south-west, showing tower, south transept and part of chancel. Stone wall in front of church with low hedging in front. Trees without leaf in foreground.
PH/LEIGH/06St Mary's Church, Leighton Bromswold, from the south, showing tower, south porch, south transept and chancel. Trees in leaf on either side, stone wall and low hedge in front of church with grass in foreground.
PH/S.IVE/Bdge.St/12Bridge Street looking north from near the south end: with people, horse-drawn vehicles and a bicycle, one man cleaning the street with a shovel, a waggon with barrels in the foreground.
PH/S.IVE/Bdge.St/13Bridge Street looking north from the bridge: people and horse-drawn vehicles in the street, a man leaning on the bridge parapet in the right foreground, the tree beside the Manor House on the left.
PH/S.IVE/Bdge.St/14Bridge Street looking north: bicycles, horse-drawn vehicles and people in the street; shop fronts on the east side shown quite clearly; the very tall telegraph poles have now been erected, the clock tower is still standing. Waits & Sons, tailors visable in forefront
PH/S.IVE/Bdge.St/15Bridge Street looking north from near the Manor House: a group of women, prams and children in the left foreground, a horse and cart in the middle of the street and a motor car parked in the left background; the Manor House has its new stone facing on the ground floor and the tall telegraph poles have been put up, the clock tower is still standing.
PH/S.IVE/Bdge.St/16Bridge Street looking south from about half-way along the east side: showing the Manor House with its stone facings, advertising slogans written on the front of the Globe, and cigarette advertisements protruding from shops on the east side; tall telegraph pole by the bridge, extra storeys still on the chapel.
PH/S.IVE/Bdge.St/17The Manor House and Bridge Street looking north from one of the refuges in the middle of the bridge: a horse and cart in the street and a group of children by the Manor House watching the photogapher; the tall telegraph poles are there (and the line of them beyond Crown Street can be seen clearly), the clock tower is still standing; the tree beside the Manor House has gone and the paving where it used to stand and the stone facing on the house all look very new.
PH/S.IVE/Bdge.St/18a-cThe clock tower close to the north end of Bridge Street being demolished in August 1922: the tower is still standing but the roof has been taken off the building in front of it; a furniture showroom (Kiddle's) is on the ground floor with "Carpets Bedding and Furniture" painted on the first floor. Three demolition men stand among the roof timbers and Mr Edward Kiddle stands on the pavement in front.
PH/S.IVE/Bdge.St/19a-bThe shop next to the town clock being demolished in August 1922: the roof and most of the upper storey gone, the shop front (marked "N.A. Waldock") still intact; Edward Kiddle standing in front, buildings and the Free Church spire behind.
PH/S.IVE/Bdge.St/20Bridge Street in the 1960s, looking north from the bridge: cyclists, vans and cars are driving north along the street while a queue of southbound traffic waits at the traffic lights; there are also traffic lights pointed down the quay.
PH/S.IVE/Bdge.St/21Firemen damping down after a fire at The Mews (nos. 24-26 Bridge Street), on the west side of the street in April 1977; wreckage on the pavement, firemen and a fire pump to the right, shop fronts along part of the street visible.
PH/S.IVE/Bdge.St/22a-cA Bronze Age spearhead shown on a white background with a measuring tape below it.
PH/S.IVE/Bdge.St/23Barton's chemist's shop, 10 Bridge Street, soon after it closed down in 1987: three-storey brick building with restored parapet, Barton shop front still in position but bottles etc. gone from the windows, Shop For Sale sign on the first floor.
PH/S.IVE/Bdge.St/24Bridge Street, looking north from the Bridge: the town clock has gone and the tall telegraph poles are in position; there are cars parked in the street and petrol pumps on the right side, with "Bridge Garage" painted at the top of the frontage beside them, No. 19, present-day West End DIY; as well as the telegraph poles there is a tall object above the shops on the left side - an aerial? a flagpole? The cars suggest a date c. 1930-50.
PH/S.IVE/Bdge.St/25Bridge Street in the 1920s, from the north: looking down the street from an upper room of the Crown, with shops to left and right, the tall telegraph poles down the left side of the street, the bridge chapel (with extra storeys) at the far end, and cars, carts and bicycles on the street; in the right foreground, someone is sitting in a chair on the corner of Merryland - is it a wheelchair?
PH/S.IVE/BridgeDating photographs of the bridge and chapel:
PH/S.IVE/Bridge/01The bridge and chapel seen square-on from the downstream side, the chapel with the extra storeys; the toll booth with chimney is visible towards the left of the bridge and there is a small structure on the chapel balcony, perhaps a dog kennel or wood sheed. Gas lights on the bridge, the Manor House and outbuildings of the Dolphin visible behind.
PH/S.IVE/Bridge/02The bridge and chapel seen from the Quay, the chapel with the extra storeys; a wooden railing in the foreground; the tollbooth just visible.
PH/S.IVE/Bridge/03The bridge and chapel, upstream side, seen from the south bank, showing chapel with extra storeys; buildings on the Quay visible beyond the bridge.
PH/S.IVE/Bridge/04The view across the river just upstream from the bridge, looking from near the Dolphin to the Manor House with the bridge on the right side: ribs under the bridge arches clearly visible.
PH/S.IVE/Bridge/05a-bThe bridge and chapel, downstream side, seen from the far end of the Quay; chapel has extra storeys and the tollbooth is still on the bridge; buildings at either end of the bridge are visible, also those on the Quay including the Ship Inn with its sign still up; rowing boats and a punt are moored to a wooden jetty in the foreground.
PH/S.IVE/Bridge/06a-cThe bridge and chapel, downstream side, seen from square-on perhaps from a boat, the railway bridge or the "Island"; extra storeys on the chapel and the tollbooth on the bridge; buildings to left and right of the bridge, including those on the quay, with the Ship Inn signboard just visible.
PH/S.IVE/Bridge/07The bridge and chapel, downstream side, the chapel with extra storeys and the tollbooth on the bridge. This is probably the same image as PH/S.IVE/Bridge/01.
PH/S.IVE/Bridge/08The bridge and chapel, downstream side, seen square-on; extra storeys on the chapel and tollbooth on the bridge; buildings left and right of the bridge and a boat in the right foreground. Trees in leaf.
PH/S.IVE/Bridge/09The bridge and chapel, downstream side, seen from near the end of the Quay; the chapel has extra storeys but the tollbooth is gone from the bridge; Bridge House on the left and part of the Quay on the right. Trees in leaf.
PH/S.IVE/Bridge/10The bridge and chapel seen from the Quay, the chapel with its extra storeys; Bridge House behind and wooden railings on the edge of the Quay.
PH/S.IVE/Bridge/11The bridge and chapel seen from Hemingford Meadow, showing most of the upstream side of the bridge with buildings on the north bank of the river, including the Manor House; the chapel has its extra storeys and a tall telegraph pole is at the end of Bridge Street.
PH/S.IVE/Bridge/12The bridge and chapel, seen from downstream on the south bank, with a cloth-capped man in a rowing boat in the foreground; the Broadway brewery chimney, the Manor House and a tall telegraph pole on the north bank, and a half-timbered ?summerhouse and fence on the south bank.
PH/S.IVE/Bridge/13The bridge and chapel seen from the Quay, Bridge House to the left and Manor House and part of the Quay to the right; the chapel has its extra storeys, the tollbooth has gone from the bridge and there is a very tall telegraph pole at its north end.
PH/S.IVE/Bridge/14a-bThe bridge and chapel seen from the far end of the Quay, the chapel with its extra storeys and the tollbooth still on the bridge; Manor House partly visible on the right and Bridge House and the White Horse to the left - the latter's gabled frontage very clear and with a greenhouse on the river bank.
PH/S.IVE/Bridge/15a-bThe bridge and chapel, upstream side, showing the tollbooth, extra storeys on the chapel, houses to the left and the Free Church spire behind; timber structures in front of the bridge piers; woman wearing hat in rowing boat near bank.
PH/S.IVE/Bridge/16a-cThe bridge and chapel in April 1897, seen from the Quay, with extra storeys on the chapel and the tollbooth on the bridge; part of the Manor House on the right, Bridge House and part of the White Horse on the left; part of a boat in the foreground.
PH/S.IVE/Bridge/17The bridge and chapel, downstream side, seen probably from the railway bridge: chapel with extra storeys, tollbooth still on the bridge, a low telegraph pole at the right-hand end of the bridge; parish church spire and Houghton Hill in the background; prominent in the foreground is a curious punt with a large cabin on it. Washing on the chapel balcony.
PH/S.IVE/Bridge/18The bridge and chapel, upstream side, seen from Hemingford Meadow; extra storeys on the chapel, tall telegraph pole at north end of bridge; rowing boat and canoe on the river.
PH/S.IVE/Bridge/19a-cThe bridge and chapel, downstream side; extra storeys on the chapel, tollbooth gone from the bridge; Bridge House on the left; what seem to be pot plants on the chapel balcony and perhaps a fishing rod.
PH/S.IVE/Bridge/20The bridge and chapel, downstream side, seen from the south bank; extra storeys on the chapel; the Manor House in the background with tall telegraph pole at the north end of the bridge; clear reflections in the still water.
PH/S.IVE/Bridge/21a-dThe bridge and chapel, downstream side, seen from the "Island"; chapel with extra storeys, tollbooth gone from the bridge, low telegraph pole at north end of bridge; buildings on the river front of Wellington Street in the right foreground, with rowing boats and a jetty, people in costume of c.1900? The house at the corner of Bridge Street and the Quay has scaffolding round it and seems to be actually under construction.
PH/S.IVE/Bridge/22 a-cThe bridge and chapel from downstream with house to the left and part of the Quay and the Manor House to the right; extra storeys on the chapel, the tollbooth gone from the bridge, low telegraph pole at the north end of the bridge.
PH/S.IVE/Bridge/23a-dThe bridge and chapel from downstream, seen from the Quay, with the 18th-century house on the far bank and part of the Quay in the foreground with a boy on it; swans on the river. The chapel has the extra storeys, the tollbooth is gone from the bridge.
PH/S.IVE/Bridge/24The bridge and chapel, downstream side, seen from the "Island"; extra storeys on the chapel, tollbooth still on the bridge, low telegraph pole at north end of bridge; trees hide buildings on the south bank, Manor House and Quay visible on the right; rowing boats and sailing dinghies moored in the river in the foreground.
PH/G.STU/12a-cSt Barthomolew's Church, Great Stukeley: the altar under the east window, with a cross and candles, a lamp hanging above it and the altar rails in the foreground.
PH/G.STU/13St Barthomolew's Church, Great Stukeley: looking east through the nave to the north aisle and chancel, showing nave arches to the left, chancel in the background with chairs in the foreground.
PH/G.STU/14St Barthomolew's Church, Great Stukeley: looking across the nave from the west end of the south aisle, showing nave arches, with chairs in the foreground.
PH/G.STU/15St Barthomolew's Church, Great Stukeley: four interior views of the church, showing the altar, north aisle altar, font and a general view of the nave - arranged in four frames on a black background.
PH/G.STU/16St Barthomolew's Church, Great Stukeley: a drawing of the brass of Sir Nicholas Styvele, by William Stukeley: a knight in 15th-century armour with a chalice below his feet and four indents around him - probably two wives and two children - and indent of a marginal inscription all round.
PH/G.STU/17Part of the grounds at Stukeley Hall: a lawn with ornamental flower bed in knot garden style, with two men looking at them (?the owner and his gardener), with trees and parkland behind; the picture taken from high up, presumably an upstairs window.
PH/GLATT/01a-bA painting by Cuthbert Bede of St Nicholas' Church, Glatton, from the south, with farm buildings, haystack and livestock in the foreground.
PH/GLATT/02St Nicholas' Church, Glatton: the tower from the west, with trees in leaf, a stone wall and grass in the foreground.
PH/GLATT/03St Nicholas' Church, Glatton: a general view from the south-west, with trees in leaf, stone wall and green in the foreground.
PH/GLATT/04St Nicholas' Church, Glatton: a general view from the south-east, with trees, gravestones and lamp to the right of the chancel, stone wall and grass in the foreground.
PH/GLATT/05St Nicholas' Church, Glatton: the tower from the west, with trees in leaf, stone wall and grass in the foreground.
PH/GLATT/06St Nicholas' Church, Glatton: from the south, showing the whole building except the chancel, gravestones in the foreground.
PH/GLATT/07St Nicholas' Church, Glatton: a general view from the south-east, with gravestones and grass in the foreground, trees in leaf behind.
PH/GLATT/08St Nicholas' Church, Glatton: a general view from the south-east, with gravestones in the foreground.
PH/GLATT/09St Nicholas' Church, Glatton: from the north-east showing the whole building except the southern edge of the chancel east wall, gravestones in the foreground.
PH/GLATT/10St Nicholas' Church, Glatton: a general view from the north, with gas lamp to the left, wooden gate, fence, long grass and shrub in the foreground.
PH/GLATT/11Glatton: a tree-lined road leading into the village, with the church tower emerging from trees in the background, houses to the right.
PH/GLATT/12St Nicholas' Church, Glatton: interior view looking east through the nave to the chancel, showing screen, organ, lectern, lamps and pews.
PH/GLATT/13St Nicholas' Church, Glatton: interior view looking east through the nave to the chancel, showing screen, lectern, pulpit, lamps and pews.
PH/GLATT/14a-bSt Nicholas' Church, Glatton: interior view of the north vestry with vaulted ceiling, altar, stove and oil lamp.
PH/GLATT/15St Nicholas' Church, Glatton: interior view of the north vestry showing vaulted ceiling, door, part of a chest and chair.
PH/GLATT/16a-cA map of part of the Manor of Glatton by John Hausted, 1613.
PH/GLATT/17St Nicholas' Church, Glatton: dated plan of the building phases of the church.
PH/GLATT/18St Nicholas' Church, Glatton: a general view from the south, with stone wall in front of churchyard, farm buildings at the right foreground and trees without leaf behind them.
PH/GLATT/19St Nicholas' Church, Glatton: the west door, showing the carved stonework around the door and the bottom of a window above it.
PH/GLATT/20St Nicholas' Church, Glatton: a general view from the south-east, with gravestones in the churchyard in the foreground, trees in leaf behind.
PH/GLATT/21St Nicholas' Church, Glatton: from the west, showing tower and part of the south aisle, stone wall and rough grass in the foreground with trees in leaf on either side.
PH/GLATT/22St Nicholas' Church, Glatton: interior view looking east through the nave to the chancel, showing chancel arch with screen, pulpit to the left, lectern to the right, nave arcades, pews and hanging lamps on either side.
PH/GLATT/23St Nicholas' Church, Glatton: interior view of the north vestry showing vaulted celing and altar.
PH/GLATT/24St Nicholas' Church, Glatton: a general view from the south-east but with most of the east wall of the chancel out of shot, gravestones in the churchyard, with trees to the left.
PH/GLATT/25St Nicholas' Church, Glatton: a distant view from the east, with gravestones in the churchyard just visible behind stone wall, trees in leaf on either side.
PH/GODMCFor a good aerial view of buildings close to the river to Huntingdon, see PH/HUNTN/22.
PH/GODMC/01a-bPost Street, Godmanchester: looking north, with buildings (including several pubs) on either side, the top of Island Hall just visible on the left.
PH/GODMC/02GodmanchesterWater mill at Godmanchester: a weatherboarded building with three gables and a mill wheel housing on the left and trees on either side; looking south up the mill leet, with the Chinese Bridge visible in the background.
PH/GODMC/03a-bGodmanchesterPart of the river at Godmanchester: looking south towards the old water mill shown in PH/GODMC/02 - probably a later photograph as the mill wheel housing seems to have been removed; trees on either side and a two-storey boat house to the right.
PH/GODMC/04GodmanchesterGodmanchester: sluice gates, with the Chinese Bridge, Queen Elizabeth Grammar School, Town Hall and church steeple behind.
PH/GODMC/05GodmanchesterGodmanchester: the mill pool beside the Causeway, with the Chinese Bridge, Queen Elizabethe Grammar Schoool, houses to the right and church steeple behind; trees without leaf.
PH/GODMC/06GodmanchesterThe Queen Elizabeth Grammar School, Godmanchester: the south side with porch and sundial, Post Street and the church steeple to the right, trees without leaf.
PH/GODMC/07GodmanchesterOfford Hill House, Godmanchester: large Edwardian house with mullioned windows and half-timbered gables, with lawn and trees, girl in the foreground with a donkey and dog.
PH/GODMC/08a-cGodmanchesterOfford Hill House, Godmanchester: the front of the house with stone-faced entrance, tower and garage to the right, drive in foreground with newly planted trees on the right.
PH/GODMC/09a-bGodmanchesterOfford Hill House, Godmanchester: identical to PH/GODMC/07.
PH/GODMC/10GodmanchesterOfford Hill House, Godmanchester: a similar view to PH/GODMC/07 & 09 but taken later, as the garden is more grown up and there is creeper over parts of the house.
PH/GODMC/11a-cGodmanchesterOfford Hill House, Godmanchester: an interior with large panelled fireplace, carpet and furniture.
PH/GODMC/12GodmanchesterOfford Hill House, Godmanchester: identical to PH/GODMC/11.
PH/GODMC/13GodmanchesterOfford Hill House, Godmanchester: a close-up of part of the house, covered with creeper, area of garden in the foreground with a woman in a large hat, feeding chickens on gravel terrace.
PH/GODMC/14a-bGodmanchesterOfford Hill House, Godmanchester: interior of a room with a panelled partition with windows, a fireplace and mantlepiece, fire irons and fender, several paintings, photographs on the mantleshelf, cattle horns above the doorway, three carved chairs and a wooden chest, wooden floor with a hearth rug, wall light to the right of mantlepiece.
PH/GODMC/15GodmanchesterWater mill at Godmanchester: a similar view to PH/GODMC/02 but narrower and with less background visible.
PH/GODMC/16a-bGodmanchesterIsland Hall, Godmanchester: the front of the house with the street in front, the ends of the left and right wings out of shot.
PH/GODMC/17a-bGodmanchesterIsland Hall, Godmanchester: part of the lower storeys of the right side of the front of the house, with railings, pavement and two passers-by in front.
PH/GODMC/18GodmanchesterIsland Hall, Godmanchester: the front of the house, with top storey and left wing out of shot, iron railings, pavement and street in front.
PH/GODMC/19Island Hall, Godmanchester: the front of the house, with top storey and end of left wing out of shot, iron railings, pavement and street in front.
PH/GODMC/20a-bSt Mary's Church, Godmanchester: the First World War Memorial, three panels of names with carved stone surround, below the organ pipes.
PH/GODMC/21a-bSt Mary's Church, Godmanchester: the font, quite crudely carved basin on a square base, pews in the background.
PH/GODMC/22St Mary's Church, Godmanchester: interior view looking east through the carved screen into the chancel, to the altar and east window; pulpit in the left foreground with lectern to the right.
PH/GODMC/23a-cSt Mary's Church, Godmanchester: interior view looking east through the chancel to the altar and east window.
PH/GODMC/24St Mary's Church, Godmanchester: interior view looking east through the nave to the chancel arch and screen, with nave arcades and pews.
PH/GODMC/25St Mary's Church, Godmanchester: interior view looking east through the nave to the chancel arch and screen, with nave arcades and pews; with contrasting light and shade, leaving it darker than PH/GODMC/24.
PH/GODMC/26St Mary's Church, Godmanchester: a general view from the north-west from outside the churchyard railings, with gravestones round the church, two boys playing on the pavement in the foreground.
PH/GODMC/27abSt Mary's Church, Godmanchester: a general view from the north-west, gravestones in the foreground, tree in leaf on the right.
PH/GODMC/28St Mary's Church, Godmanchester: a general view from the north-west, gravestones in the foreground, tree in leaf on the right.
PH/GODMC/29St Mary's Church, Godmanchester: a general view from the north-west, house to the right and trees to the left, gravestones in the foreground.
PH/GODMC/30St Mary's Church, Godmanchester: a general view from the north-west, bushes and gravestones in the foreground.
PH/GODMC/31St Mary's Church, Godmanchester: a general view from the south-east, trees and bushes in the foreground.
PH/GODMC/32St Mary's Church, Godmanchester: a distant view from the north-east, with trees on either side and gravestones in front of the church; in the foreground is a pond, a man carrying a pick-axe, two boys, and sections of felled tree trunks.
PH/GODMC/33St Mary's Church, Godmanchester: identical to PH/GODMC/32.
PH/GODMC/34a-bSt Mary's Church, Godmanchester: brass rubbing of man in long fur-trimmed robe, c.1520.
PH/GODMC/35a-bSt Mary's Church, Godmanchester: brass rubbing, identical to PH/GODMC/34, enlarged.
PH/GODMC/36Romano-British jar from Emmanuel Knoll, Godmanchester.
PH/GODMC/37a-eA tracing of a seal impression, with central fleur-de-lys and Latin inscription round it.
PH/GODMC/38The same seal impression as in PH/GODMC/37, but now with the lettering reversed and a tinted red background.
PH/GODMC/39This number vacant.
PH/GODMC/40The railway level crossing where the road from Huntingdon to Godmanchester crossed the Huntingdon to St Ives railway, photographed from an upper floor of one of the nearby mills; the Ouse and Portholme meadow are in the background, a coal depot in the foreground.
PH/GODMC/41The Railway Hotel, between Huntingdon and Godmanchester, photographed from an upper floor of one of the nearby mills; Huntngdon Castle Hills and the Ouse are in the background, and a row of cottages (since demolished) in the foreground.
PH/GODMC/42The Causeway, Godmanchester, looking south-east across the mill lade. Various houses, one with a shop blind. Slightly out of focus.
PH/GODMC/43The Causeway, Godmanchester, looking south-east across the mill lade, row of houses behind, with a horse and cart taken down into the water to drink, and a motor coach on the street beyond.
PH/GODMC/44Part of the Causeway, Godmanchester: a similar view to PH/GODMC/43 but without the horse and cart or the coach.
PH/GODMC/45The old water mill at Godmanchester, showing mill with three gable ends and numerous windows with railinged bridge, a man standing in front of the door. A similar view to PH/GODMC/02, but the mill wheel housing has gone and pieces of the wheels are leaning against the building.
PH/GODMC/46Aerial view of the old bridge between Huntingdon and Godmanchester, with buildings on either side of the river, including the Bridge Hotel on the far (north) side and the Hosiery Mill and its outbuildings on the near (south) side.
PH/GODMC/47Corpus Christi, Godmanchester: a large two gabled, two storey house with gabled extension, large chimney stack between the two front gables and another on the extension, the house in poor condition; wooden fence and a brick wall in front with rough grass in the foreground; back view of a person near the gate.
PH/GODMC/48The old water mill, Godmanchester: three-gabled weatherboarded building with railinged bridge in front, and three men, one standing by the railing, another fishing and one just standing; trees in leaf on either side with pathway and water in the foreground.
PH/GODMC/49Roman pots from Godmanchester: two sets of three pots, perhaps grave groups, and two decorated cups.
PH/GODMC/50Pieces of Roman pottery and bronze statuette of Minerva from Godmanchester.
PH/GODMC/51Pieces of decorated Samian ware from Godmanchester.
PH/GODMC/52Pieces of Roman pottery from Godmanchester.
PH/GODMC/53Pieces of painted ware from Roman Godmanchester.
PH/GODMC/54The old water mill at Godmanchester in hard winter weather: three-gabled, weatherboarded building with frosted trees all round and the lade in front frozen over. A group of five people on it, three of them children and another seated, perhaps while the fifth person puts on their skates.
PH/GODMC/55Island Hall, Godmanchester, seen from the site of the present-day school across the street to the east: the street front of the building with stables to the left and other buildings around, a plume of smoke coming from one of the chimneys (north wind), and trees and meadow in the foreground.
PH/GODMC/56The river near Godmanchester frozen over, with the road to Offord and a three storey house in the background (?Farm Hall) with snow-covered trees and parkland in the foreground, also several people on the ice.
PH/GODMC/56-62These photographs were found with PH/HUNTN/57-58, which show the 1887 Jubilee. They are presumably of similar date and perhaps show the hard winter of 1890-91.
PH/GODMC/57A snow-covered lane with trees, hedges and wooden fencing.
PH/GODMC/58A river channel with snow-covered trees, hedges, a small bridge over the water and a path in the foreground.
PH/GODMC/59Snow-covered trees and shrubs beside a path leading to a small bridge over a side channel, a main river channel to the right.
PH/GODMC/60A snow scene, similar to PH/GODMC/59.
PH/GODMC/61Snow-covered trees, with grass, water and a path.
PH/GODMC/62The bridge seen in PH/GODMC/58-59, with a snow-covered path, trees, and water on the left.
PH/GODMC/63The River Ouse and part of Portholme seen from Castle Hills, Huntingdon: Godmanchester spire in the background, the trees of the Avenue and the bridge at its end on the left, the river in the foreground with two people in a rowing boat (slightly blurred).
PH/GODMC/64The old water mill at Godmanchester: the familiar view of the three-gabled wooden building with water wheel housing to the left, mill leet in the foreground and a ?summerhouse on the right. The mill is dilapidated, especially the wheel housing. Three cows are to the left of it and a man in a cloth cap stands on the walkway in front of it.
PH/GODMC/65Buildings in the centre of Godmanchester: the Chinese Bridge with the Queen Elizabeth Grammar School and the Town Hall behind, the church spire behind them; river bank and water in the foreground.
PH/GODMC/66The river frontage at Godmanchester, looking from Portholme towards the Causeway, with the Queen Elizabeth Grammar School and Chinese Bridge on the left, river channels and weir in the foreground, with two ladies in a rowing boat and boys on either bank.
PH/GODMC/67The road and railway bridges over the Ouse, looking from the Huntingdon side to the mills and other buildings on the Godmanchester bank; with the Hosiery Mill and Brown and Goodman's Mill prominent. A group of people standing by the railway bridge and others in a rowing boat on the river.
PH/GODMC/68The river at Godmanchester frozen over: river bank in the right foreground with a wooden footbridge; trees to the left and right covered with hoar frost; two men on the bank and skaters on the river in the background.
PH/GODMC/69The Causeway, with an artist's impression of the future A604/A14 embankment and flyover: looking north towards the Hosiery Mill, with the planned diversion of the Causway marked in, also the proposed river flyover on the left.
PH/GRAFM/01a-eAll Saints' Church, Grafham: a general view from the south-east, with gravestones and trees without leaf.
PH/GRAFM/02All Saints' Church, Grafham: a general view from the south-east but with the chancel out of shot, gravestones in the foreground and trees in leaf.
PH/GRAFM/03All Saints' Church, Grafham: the tower from the north-west, partly hidden by trees in leaf, seen from a garden adjoining the church, with lawn, paths, roses and bare rose arch in the foreground. The churchyard is bounded by railings and bushes.
PH/GRAFM/04All Saints' Church, Grafham: the tower and part of the nave and south porch, seen from the south-west, with gravestones, railings and trees in leaf, hedge in he foreground.
PH/GRAFM/05a-cAll Saints' Church, Grafham: from the north-east, showing the east end of the chancel, part of the nave and the tower; gravestones and trees in leaf.
PH/GRAFM/06a-cAll Saints' Church, Grafham: the north aisle seen from outside, with doorway, windows and buttresses.
PH/GRAFM/07a-cAll Saints' Church, Grafham: the south porch seen from outside, with part of the tower and nave, gravestones, railings and trees in leaf.
PH/GRAFM/08a-bAll Saints' Church, Grafham: interior view looking east through the nave to the chancel, showing part of the north aisle, pews, lamps, pulpit, lectern and top of font.
PH/GRAFM/09a-bAll Saints' Church, Grafham: interior view looking east through the nave to the chancel, showing part of the north aisle, pews, pulpit, lectern, eight lamps and font cover in the foreground.
PH/GRAFM/10All Saints' Church, Grafham: interior view looking east through the nave to the chancel, showing font, porch door, pews, part of the south aisle, lectern on the left and pulpit on the right.
PH/GRAFM/11a-bGrafham Rectory: the front of a large house with two wings and a gable in the middle, with ivy clad walls; trees on either side, lawn in the foreground.
PH/GRAFM/12Grafham Water in the drought of 1976: a beach of dried, cracked soil across which a horse and cart is being driven; bushes in the foreground, the water with an angler standing in it behind.
PH/GRAFM/13All Saints' Church, Grafham: a general view from the south, gravestones and rough grass in the churchyard with trees in leaf on either side.
PH/GRAFM/14All Saints' Church, Grafham: interior view looking east through the nave to the chancel, showing nave arcades, pews, pulpit to the right, lectern to the left and font in the centre foreground.
PH/GRAFM/15All Saints' Church, Grafham: the carved stone effigy of a priest, an eroded upper half of the effigy set in stonework.
PH/GT.GR/01St Bartholemew's Church, Great Gransden: a general view from the north, with scaffolding on north side of tower, trees without leaf on either side, shrubs and gravestones in the foreground.
PH/GT.GR/02St Bartholemew's Church, Great Gransden: a general view from the north-east, gravestones in the foreground.
PH/GT.GR/03St Bartholemew's Church, Great Gransden: a general view from the south-east, with gravestones and rough grass in the foreground.
PH/GT.GR/04a-dSt Bartholemew's Church, Great Gransden: a distant view from the south-east, through a foreground of trees and shrubs.
PH/GT.GR/05a-bSt Bartholemew's Church, Great Gransden: interior view looking east through the nave to the chancel, showing pews, the roof with carved figures at ends of beams, pulpit on the right.
PH/GT.GR/06St Bartholemew's Church, Great Gransden: interior view looking east from the east end of the nave to the chancel arch and chancel, showing rood screen, pulpit canopy and box pews.
PH/GT.GR/07St Bartholemew's Church, Great Gransden: interior view looking west through the nave to the tower, showing the nave arcades and west window, poppyheads and book on reading desk in the foreground.
PH/GT.GR/08St Bartholemew's Church, Great Gransden: interior view looking east through the nave to the chancel, with lamps on tall pole fittings among the pews.
PH/GT.GR/09Gransden Hall, Great Gransden: from the north-east, a large and elaborate house, ivy-covered, with lawn and drive in the foreground.
PH/GT.GR/10a-bThe Priory or Manor House, Great Gransden, and the Baptist Chapel (two pictures printed one above the other): the Priory is ivy-clad with a stone wall in front of it, behind which the top half of a man wearing a hat can be seen; the chapel is a plain building with hipped roof, and gravestones in the foreground.
PH/GT.GR/11The old Post Office, Great Gransden: a thatched house on the left, with trees and a hedge bank to the right, in the road are children and a man in pony and trap, and a man standing outside the Post Office.
PH/GT.GR/12Rectory Farm, Great Gransden: two photographs, printed one above the other, showing two views of the building with the church tower in the background, a field in the foreground.
PH/GT.GR/13The Barnabas Oley Almshouses, Great Gransden: a row of thatched cottages, with hedge, fence and tree in the right foreground, old man and woman in front of the cottages.
PH/GT.GR/14The Old School House, Great Gransden: a square building of brick and tiled with hipped roof, chimney, arched blind windows, and three arched windows over the door, trees in leaf.
PH/GT.GR/15The Vicarage, Great Gransden: a large, square, brick-built house with hipped roof and dormer windows, ivy covered, with lawn in the foreground.
PH/GT.GR/16St Bartholemew's Church, Great Gransden: part of the clock mechanism, with gear wheels and levers in a wooden frame.
PH/GT.PA/01a-bHoly Trinity Church, Great Paxton, from the south-west showing tower, nave, south aisle, south porch and part of chancel. Trees in leaf on either side with grass and path in foreground with gravestones.
PH/GT.PA/02a-bHoly Trinity Church, Great Paxton, from the south-west showing tower, and part of nave, south aisle, south porch and chancel. Numerous trees in front of church with a stone wall, gate and rough grass and pond on left.
PH/GT.PA/03Holy Trinity Church, Great Paxton, from the south showing tower, nave, south aisle, south porch and chancel. Gravestones, trees and rough grass in foreground.
PH/GT.PA/04Holy Trinity Church, Great Paxton, from the south showing tower, nave, south aisle, south porch and chancel with gravestones and rough grass in foreground.
PH/GT.PA/05a-bHoly Trinity Church, Great Paxton, an exterior view from the south east showing chancel, nave, south aisle, south porch and part of tower in background. Gravestones and trees in churchyard.
PH/GT.PA/06Holy Trinity Church, Great Paxton, from the south-west showing tower, nave, south aisle, and porch. Two ?yew bushes in foreground..
PH/GT.PA/07Holy Trinity Church, Great Paxton: a distant view from the north-east showing church in background with Manor Farm to the right. Church surrounded by trees with hedgerow and expanse of grass with sheep grazing in foreground.
PH/GT.PA/08Holy Trinity Church, Great Paxton: interior view looking east through the nave to the chancel with pulpit to the left; hanging lamps on both sides with pews in foreground.
PH/GT.PA/09Holy Trinity Church, Great Paxton: interior view looking east through the nave to the chancel, with hanging lamps on either side and pews in foreground.
PH/GT.PA/10Holy Trinity Church, Great Paxton: interior view looking west through the nave to the tower arch, hanging lamps on either side, pews and pulpit to the right in foreground.
PH/GT.PA/11a-bGreat Paxton village: a view from Paxton Hill to the south looking over the village, small and not very clear.
PH/GT.PA/12A view from Great Paxton Hill, looking south-west from below the road at the top, over the railway line to the Ouse.
PH/GT.PA/13A view from Great Paxton Hill, looking north-west over the railway and the Ouse.
PH/HADDN/01St Mary's Church, Haddon: a general view from the south, gravestones and rough grass in the foreground.
PH/HADDN/02St Mary's Church, Haddon: a general view from the north-west, with scaffolding round the tower, chain fence in the foreground with trees on either side.
PH/HADDN/03St Mary's Church, Haddon: the tower from the south-west, with scaffolding .
PH/HADDN/04St Mary's Church, Haddon: two-light window in the north wall of the chancel, seen from outside.
PH/HADDN/05St Mary's Church, Haddon: interior view, looking east through the nave to the chancel and south aisle, showing the round-headed chancel arch and two arches in the south arcade, with prominent central stove pipe.
PH/HADDN/06St Mary's Church, Haddon: a general view from the south, gravestones in churchyard with rough grass.
PH/HADDN/07St Mary's Church, Haddon: two-light window in the north wall of the chancel, seen from outside.
PH/HADDN/08St Mary's Church, Haddon: interior view looking east through the nave to the chancel, showing chancel arch with reading desk in front of it, nave arcades, pulpit to the left and chairs on either side, several hanging lamps.
PH/HAILW/01a-bSt Nicholas's Church, Hail Weston: a general view from the north.
PH/HAILW/02St Nicholas's Church, Hail Weston: a general view from the south-east, with gravestones in the churchyard, brick wall on the south and east sides of the churchyard, wooden fence in the foreground, house in the right background.
PH/HAILW/03St Nicholas's Church, Hail Weston: a general view from the south-east, with gravestones in the churchyard, brick wall on the south and east sides of the churchyard, wooden fence in the foreground.
PH/HAILW/04St Nicholas's Church, Hail Weston: a general view from the north, with gravestones in the foreground, trees in either side.
PH/HAILW/05St Nicholas's Church, Hail Weston: the wooden tower and part of the west end of the nave, seen from the south-west.
PH/HAILW/06a-bSt Nicholas's Church, Hail Weston: interior view looking east through the nave to the chancel (no division between the two), showing timbered roof, lectern and pulpit to the left, pews and font in the foreground.
PH/HAILW/07St Nicholas's Church, Hail Weston: a general view from the west, before restoration, showing the timbered tower and part of the west end of the nave; with brick churchyard wall and man leaning on it in the foreground.
PH/HAILW/08Hail Weston Brook: a small piece of water surrounded by shrubs and trees, with a man in a flat cap rowing a boat.
PH/HAILW/09The Bucks. Otter Hounds at Hail Weston: showing men with poles standing to the side of a road with the hounds; trees in the background, with hedge to the right.
PH/HAILW/10The Bucks. Otter Hounds at Hail Weston: men and women with poles walking in the road with horse-drawn carriages to the left, trees without leaf in the background.
PH/HAILW/11The Bucks. Otter Hounds at Hail Weston: men and women with poles standing on either side of the road with the hounds, a car stands to the left in the background, trees and hedges on either side.
PH/HAILW/12Wood House Farm, Hail Weston: a two-storeyed farmhouse with two bay windows and central chimney, with wooden buildings, fences and gate in the foreground. Rough grass and track to the right.
PH/HAILW/13A farm at Hail Weston: a group of buildings facing onto the street, one of them brick fronted and one with half-hipped roof. Railings and fence in the foreground.
PH/HAILW/14Brook End Farm House, Hail Weston: two-storeyed house with creeper on the walls and tall chimneys, lawn in the foreground with man, woman and dog sitting. Servant in starched apron looking from an upstairs window.
PH/HAILW/15Pastures Farm, Hail Weston: two-storeyed house of curious appearance with rounded corner facing the camera and round-topped windows on the first floor, large french windows all round the ground floor. Farm buildings behind, trees and lawn in front.
PH/HAILW/16A farm at Hail Weston: a long, low farmhouse, extended or originally built as two cottages, two-storeyed with tiled roof; rough fencing in front, part of a large weatherboarded barn to the right.
PH/HAILW/17Pastures Farm, Hail Weston: the same round-cornered two-storeyed house that appears in PH/HAILW/15, from slightly further back in the same direction as that photograph.
PH/HAILW/18Pastures Farm, Hail Weston: a long range of buildings of different heights, two two-storeyed houses on the left joining a one-storey building on the right. A climbing plant on the walls, a rainwater butt and pile of bricks in front. The chimneys of part of the farmhouse shown in PH/HAILW/15 & 17 are just visible behind the roof.
PH/HAMER/01a-bAll Saints' Church, Hamerton: a general view from the south-west, with the church surrounded by leafless trees, churchyard wall and gate in the foreground with a woman standing by the gate.
PH/HAMER/02All Saints' Church, Hamerton: a general view from the north-west, with trees in leaf on either side, a hedgerow in front of the church and an expanse of grass in the foreground.
PH/HAMER/03All Saints' Church, Hamerton: a general view from the north-west, with trees in leaf on either side and a hedgerow in the foreground.
PH/HAMER/04All Saints' Church, Hamerton: a general view from the south-east, with trees on either side and gravestones in the foreground.
PH/HARTF/14a-bAll Saints' Church, Hartford: a general view from the south from across the river, with trees without leaf and gravestones in the churchyard, two-storey house to the left, with a stone wall in front of the churchyard; a rowing boat is pulled onto the river bank in the foreground.
PH/HARTF/15All Saints' Church, Hartford: a distant view from the south from across the river, with a two-storey house to the left and trees in leaf all round. Two men and a lady in a boat on the river, reeds on either side of the water.
PH/HARTF/16All Saints' Church, Hartford: a general view from the south for across the river, with a two-storey house to the left surrounded by trees; river with reeds on either side with a man and a woman in a rowing boat.
PH/HARTF/17All Saints' Church, Hartford: a distant view from the south-east from across the river, with a two-storey house to the right, the ferry to the left, a boat on the river with a man rowing.
PH/HARTF/18All Saints' Church, Hartford: from the opposite side of the river, with houses to left and right of the church and the ferry moored to the right with a pub sign (looks like a Crown) behind it; children stand by the railings in front of the church, a man in black clothes and top hat stands behind them with another man standing in a boat by the river bank.
PH/HARTF/19Eleven coins from the Hartford Hoard: ten groats and one half groat of Henry VII, showing the obverse side with the head in profile. Photographed with labels "Groats", "Henry VII (Profile)" and "Half Groat".
PH/HARTF/19-44The Hartford Hoard, 1108 coins of the 15th & 16th centuries, were discovered on 1st August 1964 at grid ref. 255727, when the new road through Hartford was being built. The treasure trove inquest was reported in the Hunts Post of 13th August 1964, pp. 1 and 16, and the coins were described in "Records of Hunts." vol. 1 part 1 (1965) pp, 2-4.
PH/HARTF/20Eleven coins from the Hartford Hoard: the reverse sides of the same groats and half groat shown in PH/HARTF/19, with the same labels.
PH/HARTF/21Coins from the Hartford Hoard: 96 groats minted at London (out of a total of 430 in the hoard), arranged showing the obverse sides with kings' heads; in eight rows of twelve coins, with the label "London".
PH/HARTF/22Coins from the Hartford Hoard: the reverse sides of the 96 groats shown in PH/HARTF/21, arranged in the same way and with the same label.
PH/HARTF/23Coins from the Hartford Hoard: another 96 groats minted in London (out of a total of 430 in the hoard), showing the obverse sides with kings' heads, arranged in eight rows of twelve coins, with the label "London".
PH/HARTF/24Coins from the Hartford Hoard: the reverse sides of the 96 groats shown in PH/HARTF/23, arranged in the same way and with the same label.
PH/HARTF/25Coins from the Hartford Hoard: another 96 groats minted in London (out of a total of 430 in the hoard), showing the obverse sides with kings' heads, arranged in eight rows of twelve coins, with the label "London".
PH/HARTF/26Coins from the Hartford Hoard: the reverse sides of the 96 groats shown in PH/HARTF/25, arranged in the same way and with the same label.
PH/HARTF/27Coins from the Hartford Hoard: another 88 groats minted in London (out of a total of 430 in the hoard), arranged in eight rows of eleven coins, with alternate rows showing the obverse and reverse sides. No label.
PH/HARTF/28Coins from the Hartford Hoard: the 88 groats shown in PH/HARTF/27 but now all turned over so that those showing the obverse in that picture now show the reverse, and vice versa.
PH/HARTF/29Coins from the Hartford Hoard: the remaining 54 groats minted in London (out of a total of 430 in the hoard), arranged in four rows of twelve coins and one row of six; and 23 coins minted at York, in two rows of twelve and eleven coins; all showing the obverse sides with kings' heads. With labels "Groats" "London" and "York (Eboraci)".
PH/HARTF/30Coins from the Hartford Hoard: the 54 London minted groats and 23 York minted groats shown in PH/HARTF/29, arranged the same way and with the same labels, but now showing the reverse sides.
PH/HARTF/31Coins from the Hartford Hoard: 10 groats minted at Bristol, 3 from Coventry, one each from Norwich, Waterford and Calais; showing the obverse sides with kings' heads, with labels giving the mints.
PH/HARTF/32Coins from the Hartford Hoard: the 16 groats shown in PH/HARTF/31, arranged in the same way but now showing their reverse sides; with the same labels.
PH/HARTF/33Coins from the Hartford Hoard: 180 half groats and halfpennies minted at Canterbury, arranged in twelve rows of fifteen coins and showing the obverse sides with kings' heads. With labels "Half Groats and Pennies" and "Canterbury Mint (Cantor)".
PH/HARTF/34Coins from the Hartford Hoard: the 180 half groats and halfpennies shown in PH/HARTF/33, arranged in the same way and with the same labels, but now showing the reverse sides.
PH/HARTF/35Coins from the Hartford Hoard: another 180 half groats and halfpennies minted at Canterbury, arranged in twelve rows of fifteen coins and showing the obverse sides with kings' heads. With labels "Half Groats and Pennies" and "Canterbury Mint (Cantor)".
PH/HARTF/36Coins from the Hartford Hoard: the 180 half groats and halfpennies shown in PH/HARTF/35, arranged in the same way and with the same labels, but now showing the reverse sides.
PH/HARTF/37Coins from the Hartford Hoard: 125 half groats and halfpennies minted at Canterbury, 88 of them with the mint mark "Cantor" arranged in five rows of fifteen coins and one row of thirteen; and 37 with the mint mark "Canter", in two rows of fifteen coins and one of seven. Showing the obverse sides with kings' heads, and with the labels "Half Groats and Pennies", "Canterbury Mint (Cantor)" and "Canterbury Mint (Canter)".
PH/HARTF/38Coins from the Hartford Hoard: the 125 half groats and halfpennies shown in PH/HARTF/37, arranged in the same way and with the same labels, but now showing the reverse sides.
PH/HARTF/39Coins from the Hartford Hoard: half groats and halfpennies - 24 from the London mint, 16 from York, 1 from Northampton, 2 from Edinburgh, 1 from Norwich, 4 from Dublin and 6 from Calais; also three coins labelled "unclassified" and two "French"; all showing obverse sides with kings' heads (except the French ones) and with labels identifying them.
PH/HARTF/40Coins from the Hartford Hoard: the same half groats and halfpennies etc. shown in PH/HARTF/39 but showing the reverse sides.
PH/HARTF/41Coins from the Hartford Hoard: 84 coins from Brabant, arranged in seven rows of eleven coins and one row of seven, showing the obverse side with a shield on each one.
PH/HARTF/42Coins from the Hartford Hoard: the 84 coins from Brabant shown in PH/HARTF/41, arranged in the same way but showing the reverse sides with elaborate crosses on them.
PH/HARTF/43The treasure trove inquest into the Hartford Hoard, held at the magistrates' court in Huntingdon Town Hall on 10th August 1964: Philip Dickinson the County Archivist is seen laying out the coins on a table, watched by three people, the right-hand one of whom is probably one of the finders, Cyril Agger or Claud Hart.
PH/HARTF/44The treasure trove inquest into the Hartford Hoard, held at Huntingdon Magistrates' Court (in the Town Hall) on 10th August 1964: the coins are on the table in the well of the Court with Philip Dickinson sitting by them, the presiding County Coroner and (presumably) his deputy are on the left; a police officer and journalists behind; a witness is giving evidence on the right - the same man who appears in PH/HARTF/43 and presumably one of the finders.
PH/HARTF/45Quoits players at Hartford in 1898: twelve men in three rows, standing, sitting and sitting on the ground, dressed informally with some holding quoits and one a silver cup; in a grass field with fences and trees behind.
PH/HEM.A/01St Margaret's Church, Hemingford Abbots: part of the church from the north-west, showing the tower (top of the spire out of shot), north aisle and nave, gravestones in the foreground.
PH/HEM.A/02St Margaret's Church, Hemingford Abbots: a general view from the south-east (west end of south aisle and much of the chancel out of shot), gravestones in the foreground.
PH/HEM.A/03St Margaret's Church, Hemingford Abbots: part of the tower and north aisle, identical to PH/HEM.A/01 but cut down.
PH/HEM.A/04a-bSt Margaret's Church, Hemingford Abbots: identical to PH/HEM.A/01.
PH/HEM.A/05St Margaret's Church, Hemingford Abbots: A general view from the south-east, with the churchyard gates and brick wall, and the street in the foreground; trees in leaf.
PH/HEM.A/06St Margaret's Church, Hemingford Abbots: interior view looking east through the nave to the chancel arch, showing hanging lamps and branched standard oil lamps. The walls above the nave arcades are rendered.
PH/HEM.A/07St Margaret's Church, Hemingford Abbots: interior view looking west from the chancel to the tower arch, showing oil lamps. The walls above the nave arcades are rendered.
PH/HEM.A/08St Margaret's Church, Hemingford Abbots: interior view looking east through the nave to the chancel, showing the roof, pews, lamps and part of the north aisle; the wall above the nave arcade is now stripped of its rendering, exposing the stone rubble walling.
PH/HEM.A/09St Margaret's Church, Hemingford Abbots: a distant view from the north-east, with a half-timbered cottage and barn in the foregorund hiding everything except the steeple. Wooden electricity pylon to the right, graveyard to the left.
PH/HEM.A/10St Margaret's Church, Hemingford Abbots: a distant view from the east, showing the east wall of the chancel and the steeple behind, with half-timbered cottage to the right, tree and large house to the left.
PH/HEM.A/11Thatched cottage in Hemingford Abbots, probably in Common Lane: three dormer windows, and three windows with shutters on the ground floor, tiled roof outhouse in the foreground. Perhaps No. 44 Common Lane.
PH/HEM.A/12Part of a thatched cottage: a rendered building with dormer window, two windows with sliding sashes on the ground flor, and a rustic wooden porch, also thatched. There is a name board over the door, too small to read.
PH/HEM.A/13The last use of the St Ives Royal Observer Corps post, 9th September 1991, before the Corps was stood down. Seven people, some in uniform, are shown at night around those parts of the post that protrude above ground.
PH/HEM.A/14Houses on the corner of High Street and Royal Oak Lane, Hemingford Abbots: the large building in the centre of the picture is the "Old House", supposed to date from about 1560 and to have been the oldest house in Hemingford Abbots - it was demolished in 1959 and a new house built on the spot. The cottage just visible on the left of the picture still stands.
PH/HEM.A/15Whitehall, Common Lane, Hemigford Abbots in about 1930: The house (with false half timbering and a Dutch gable) stands behind a fence and a tree, while in the lane in front a man with hat and pipe is driving by in a horse and cart, with another horse and cart parked on the left of the picture.
PH/HEM.A/16The centre of Hemingford Abbots, looking west towards the Axe and Compass and with the church spire in the right background; showing houses with hedgerow and fencing, a tree in the centre, and the pub sign "The Wheatsheaf" (with licence details over the door naming Frederick Bidwell) in the right foreground.
PH/HEM.A/17The Backwater, Hemingford Abbots: an area of water with trees on either side, boats moored on the left with a small thatched boathouse behind.
PH/HEM.A/18a-bBattcock's Island: a river channel between wooded banks, with a man in a rowing boat to the left.
PH/HEM.GSee also PH/S.IVE/Bdge.Ft/07-08: two transparencies of the Thomas Telford drawing of the New Bridges, which lie partly in Hemingford Grey parish.
PH/HEM.G/01St James's Church, Hemingford Grey: the east end of the chancel and north porch with the tower behind; gravestones in the foreground, trees without leaf.
PH/HEM.G/02St James's Church, Hemingford Grey: a general view from the south; behind the chancel roof are two chimney stacks; gravestones in the foreground, with trees in leaf.
PH/HEM.G/03St James's Church, Hemingford Grey: a general view from the south-west from the other side of the river, trees without leaf.
PH/HEM.G/04St James's Church, Hemingford Grey: interior view looking east through the nave to the chancel from a raised point of vantage at the west end, showing the pulpit, lectern, pews and lamps.
PH/HEM.G/05St James's Church, Hemingford Grey: interior view of the nave looking north-east to the north arcade and north aisle, showing the pulpit, pews and lamps.
PH/HEM.G/06St James's Church, Hemingford Grey: interior view of the nave and north aisle, very similar to PH/HEM.G/05 but with different lamps and therefore taken at a different date.
PH/HEM.G/07St James's Church, Hemingford Grey: interior view looking west from the chancel through the nave to the tower arch, showing the font, pews and lamps.
PH/HEM.G/08Hemingford Grey water mill from the north-west, with the Mill House dimly visible on the left, reeds and water in the foreground.
PH/HEM.G/09Aerial view of new estates on the southern side of Hemingford Grey, early 1968: looking north, with Marsh Lane running across the lower part of the picture (flooded gravel pits to the right), Weir Road, Weir Close and Apple Orchard up the left of the picture, and houses being built along Marsh Lane north side, in front of where the Sadlers Way estate is now.
PH/HEM.G/10The New Crown Inn, on the junction of Hemingford Road and London Road, during floods: looking south along London Road, past the junction to another house in the background, although two houses later built just south of the junction are not yet there. Several two-wheeled carts on the road, two ladies on the pub doorstep.
PH/HEM.G/11a-cThe Queen's Head, No 1 Victoria Terrace, Hemingford Grey: men in jackets and waistcoats are leaning over the railings in front and a notice over the door reads "CHARLES MAILE, LICENSED TO SELL BEER BY RETAIL" etc.
PH/HEM.G/12The Mill House, Hemingford Grey, in 1960: seen after the demolition of the mill, with the weir and flood gates to the right, the mill pool in the foreground.
PH/HEM.G/13Part of Hemingford Grey water mill: various weatherboarded gables with the river to the right.
PH/HEM.G/14Hemingford Grey water mill: the whole building visible with part of the Mill Pool in the foreground, a ladder leaning up against one outhouse
PH/HEM.G/15Hemingford Grey water mill: detail of part of the building, with the same ladder in the same position as on PH/HEM.G/14.
PH/HEM.G/16Hemingford Grey water mill: part of the building seen from the west?, showing weatherboarded gable end with windows; leaves and plants all round.
PH/HEM.G/17Hemingford Grey water mill: from the south, with a woman feeding chickens in the foreground, and part of a line of washing on the right.
PH/HEM.G/18Hemingford GreyHemingford Grey water mill and part of the mill house (mill on the right, house on the left), with a man in a waistcoat and cloth cap wheeling a barrow away from the camera.
PH/HEM.G/19Hemingford GreyFilbert's Walk, Hemingford Grey (demolished in 1960): from the north-east, seen from London Road or thereabouts, showing the terrace of cottages, with slightly larger houses in the middle (presumably the Green Man pub) and each end.
PH/HEM.G/20Hemingford GreyFloods at Armes Corner, looking west towards Victoria Terrace, in 1940. Part of the New Crown is visible to the right, with three schoolboys in a rowing boat in the foreground.
PH/HEM.G/20-28Hemingford GreyThese photographs show floods at Armes Corner and Victoria Terrace. They came to the Museum at different times and were catalogued as showing floods in 1937 and 1940. However, 21-25 must show the same occasion as they show the same people in the same punt. 20 may also be the same, as 1940 newspaper reports (Hunts Post 7.3.1940 p. 9) say the 1940 flood was the worst for 40 years, and the water seems as high in 20 as in the others.
PH/HEM.G/20-28 (contd. 1)Hemingford GreyTraces of snow and ice in some pictures would also fit in with February 1940, January having been exceptionally cold (see reports in the Hunts Post printed several weeks late because of war time censorship). HP 7.3.1940 p. 9 also says there was a severe frost DURING the flood.
PH/HEM.G/20-28 (contd. 2)Hemingford GreyThere are two potentially misleading points in 20-28: the railings are still shown in front of Victoria Terrace, which might suggest a pre-war date. But Peggy's photo, showing the railings gone by 1947, says they were removed "towards the end of the war". And Ida Chapman in 22 might be thought to be wearing Land Army uniform - but it's not! The had dark jumpers, not light, and didn't wear berets.
PH/HEM.G/21Hemingford GreyFloods at Victoria Terrace, in February 1940: the houses on the right with tradesmen delivering goods to the first floor windows from a punt.
PH/HEM.G/22Hemingford GreyFloods at Victoria Terrace, Hemingford Grey, probably in February1940: showing postman Jack Reynolds delivering mail to the first floor windows from a punt, the punt towed by Mrs Ida Chapman; Harry Cotton the photographer stands in it beside the postman, Dave Darnell of 33 Victoria Terrace leans on his fence.
PH/HEM.G/23Hemingford GreyFloods at Victoria Terrace, Hemingford Grey, probably in February 1940: showing postman Jack Reynolds and Harry Cotton the photographer with two other men in a punt on the Hemingford Road, looking east with Victoria Terrace in the left background; there seem to pieces of ice floating in the water.
PH/HEM.G/24Hemingford GreyFloods at Victoria Terrace, Hemingford Grey, probably in February 1940: a similar photograph to PH/HEM.G/23 with a punt being overtaken by a horse and cart, the cart painted with the name "A. J. R[ADFO]RD".
PH/HEM.G/25Hemingford GreyFloods at Armes Corner, probably in February 1940, looking south-westwards from the corner of London Road and Hemingford Road: showing the postman's punt lying empty in the foreground beside an ice-covered verge and in the background a horse and cart, the cart packed with people and a bicycle.
PH/HEM.G/26a-bHemingford GreyFloods at Armes Corner, probably in February 1940: very similar to PH/HEM.G/25, with the horse and cart in the same place but with a lorry beyond it and a man with a bicycle in front.
PH/HEM.G/27Hemingford GreyFloods at Victoria Terrace, Hemingford Grey, probably in February 1940: looking west along the Terrace with people looking out from the first-floor windows and one woman standing at the railings outside.
PH/HEM.G/28a-bHemingford GreyFloods at Armes Corner, probably in February 1940, looking south-westwards from the corner of London Road and Hemingford Road: showing the postman's punt and a six-wheeled lorry.
PH/HEM.G/29Hemingford GreyHemingford Grey water mill: a general view from across the mill pond, with trees on either side, rough grass in the foreground and a man standing in front of the mill.
PH/HEM.G/30a- iHemingford GreySt James's Church, Hemingford Grey: interior view looking east through the nave to the chancel arch and chancel, with pulpit to the left, lectern to the right, nave arcade, pews on either side with hanging lamps in the aisles, pipes along the floor on either side of the nave aisle.
PH/HEM.G/31a-bHemingford GreyHemingford Grey water mill, with trees to the right and rough grass on either side, other buildings in the background and a large expanse of water in the foreground.
PH/HEM.G/32Hemingford GreyHemingford Grey lock and water mill in the 1920s: the lock gate seem from the downstream side, with grassy banks and trees on either side, the top of the mill just visible above the trees in the background.
PH/HEM.G/33Hemingford GreyThis number vacant.
PH/HEM.G/34Hemingford GreyLondon Road in the flood of 1937, 1940 or 1947? Looking south from the junction with Hemingford Road, Lyndhurst on the left and other houses on the right, with telegraph poles and part of the signpost; three cars and a van are driving through the water towards the camera.
PH/HEM.G/35Hemingford GreyHemingford Grey Boathouse: a two-storeyed wooden building, painted white with a balcony, and standing parallel to the river bank; a one-storeyed tarred wood building runs back from the river on the right. A man is helping a lady in or out of a boat. There is a sign below the balcony: "Giddins & Son".
PH/HEM.G/36Hemingford GreyA timber waggon with a large tree trunk on it being pulled by a team of three horses, in a grass field with trees in the background.
PH/HEM.G/37Hemingford GreyHemingford Grey Boathouse: a two-storeyed wooden building with a balcony, with a dilapidated single-storey shed in the foreground: a houseboat, rowing boat and cabin cruiser moored in front.
PH/HEM.G/38Hemingford GreyHemingford Grey water mill in 1927: seen from across the river, with the Mill House to the left and trees behind.
PH/HEM.G/39Hemingford GreyHemingford Grey water mill in 1953 shortly before its demolition: seen from across the river, the weatherboarding of the mill in a bad state of repair; with the Mill House to the left and trees behind.
PH/HEM.G/40Hemingford GreyThe River Ouse at Hemingford Grey, looking north from near the boathouse to the parish church in the background with trees on either side; part of the boat house to the right with two men standing in front, three men and a woman in a rowing boat in the middle of the river.
PH/HEM.G/41Hemingford GreyHemingford Grey Boat House, looking north down the river and with a large house to the right behind it; the parish church to the left in the background with trees on either side.
PH/HEM.G/42Hemingford GreyHemingford Grey Manor House (before Lucy Boston's restoration), showing the gable end, rendered, with a Romanesque window in the middle, trees on either side.
PH/HEM.G/43Hemingford GreyHouses in Hemingford Grey High Street, some with thatched roofs and chimneys; with bicycle leaning against a wall in the foreground, man with a bicycle near a car in the background.
PH/HEM.G/44Hemingford GreyHemingford Grey water mill: a distant view showing the mill to the left with trees in the background, a large expanse of water to the right with rough grass and reeds in the foreground.
PH/HEM.G/45Hemingford GreyHemingford Grey water mill, seen from across the river with the Mill House behind and other buildings in the left background.
PH/HEM.G/46Hemingford GreyHemingford Grey water mill: weatherboarded building with brick-and-tile extension in front, the river in the foreground with a man in a rowing boat with a fishing rod.
PH/HEM.G/47Hemingford GreyHemingford Grey water mill, seen from across the mill pond: with trees in the background, and a lady in a boat in the centre.
PH/HEM.G/48Hemingford GreyLondon Road in the floods of May 1908: looking north up the road towards Armes Corner with the New Crown prominent on the left, the telegraph poles along the west side of the road and some houses visible on the right side (in Fenstanton parish). Various vehicles including carts and bicycles, and a rowing boat; quite a crowd of people around the New Crown - the road is plainly higher, and dry, beyond the road junction.
PH/HEM.G/49a-bHemingford GreyThe New Crown pub and Armes Corner in the floods of August 1912: in front of the pub, with a telegraph pole to the right, a motor car has been hitched to two horses so that they can pull it out of the flood; there is a man on each horse, two in the car and various people standing round.
PH/HEM.G/49a-b (contd.)Hemingford Grey
PH/HEM.G/50Hemingford GreyThe same motoer car as in PH/HEM.G/49, in deeper water - almost up to the tops of its wheels; with the same two occupants, various spectators behind and a man poling a boat. A fence and trees in the background - this may be Armes Corner again, looking north-east with the road to Fenstanton in the right background.
PH/HEM.G/51Hemingford GreyHemingford Grey water mill: interior view showing machinery, including a pinion wheel on a vertical axle and a mill stone housing, also the beamed ceiling.
PH/HEM.G/52Hemingford GreyHemingford Grey water mill: interior view showing the remains of a water wheel in its housing, with a brick wall to the left; only the hub, spokes and a few paddles of the wheel are still present.
PH/HEM.G/53Hemingford GreyHemingford Grey water mill: interior view showing a close-up of pinions, cog wheels and axles.
PH/HEM.G/54Hemingford GreyHemingford Grey water mill: interior view showing the wooden housings round two sets of millstones, with various axles, wheels and belt drives.
PH/HEM.G/55Hemingford GreyHemingford Grey water mill: inside the top storey, with a wheel, axles, pulley block etc., under the rafters; there is no covering on the roof, and trees are visible through the gaps.
PH/HEM.G/56Hemingford GreyHemingford Grey water mill: interior view showing part of a cog wheel and cross beams.
PH/HEM.G/57Hemingford GreyHemingford Grey water mill: interior view looking up into the roof timbers.
PH/HEM.G/58Hemingford GreyHemingford Grey water mill: interior view showing various cog wheels and pinions leaned up against vertical beams, with two shovels leaned in front of them.
PH/HEM.G/59Hemingford GreyHemingford Grey water mill: interior view showing one of the wooden housings of the millstones, with various beams and pieces of machinery.
PH/HEM.G/60Hemingford GreyHemingford Grey water mill: exterior view showing a wooden structure in a poor state of repair with broken windows, shrubs on either side with rough grass in the foreground.
PH/HEM.G/61Hemingford GreyHemingford Grey water mill: exterior view showing a wooden structure with shrubs on either side, water with reeds in the foreground.
PH/HEM.G/62a-cHemingford GreyHemingford Grey water mill in 1893: seen from across the river with the Mill House and other buildings behind, and in the foreground a rowing boat containing a man, a boy and a lady with a parasol.
PH/HEM.G/63Hemingford GreyHemingford Grey water mill: seen from across the mill pond, with sluices etc. to the right, trees behind and reeds in the foreground.
PH/HEM.G/64a-cHemingford GreyHemingford Grey water mill: looking downstream towards the railway bridge in the background; wooden fence in front, rough grass in the foreground.
PH/HEM.G/65Hemingford GreyHemingford Grey water mill: seen from across the mill pond, with Mill House to the left and trees without leaf in the background.
PH/HEM.G/66Hemingford GreyFloods in London Road, looking south down the west side of the road, beyond the junction with Hemingford Road. There are houses along the right-hand side, with the silhouette of the bellcote at the school beyond them; two telegraph poles; and two vans driving away from the camera through the water.
PH/HEM.G/67Hemingford GreySt James's Church, Hemingford Grey in 2000: seen from the south, taken near the churchyard gate, showing the tower, nave, south aisle and south porch, with the chancel hidden by foliage; some graves in the foreground.
PH/HEM.G/68Hemingford GreyHemingford Grey Manor House in 2000: seen from near the river, looking south across the lawns and garden with part of the house visible through the foliage.
PH/HEM.G/69Hemingford GreyRiver House, Hemingford Grey, in 2000: seen from the garden, looking south to the back of the house with a gravel walk, lawn and luxuriant plants in the foreground.
PH/HEM.G/70Hemingford GreyHalf-timbered thatched cottages in Hemingford Grey High Street in 2000: looking east along the street to the cottages on the south side, which are painted pink.
PH/HEM.G/71Hemingford GreyTwo cars, swamped in the Dolphin Hotel car park during the Easter flood of April 1998: looking west from the New Bridges, with the tops of the cars showing above the water, beyond them the fence dividing the car park from Hemingford Meadow, trees in the background.
PH/HILTNHiltonSee also a photograph album of the Hurst family of Hilton, indexed under PH/ALBUMS.
PH/HILTN/01HiltonSt Mary Magdalene's Church, Hilton: a general view from the north, with gravestones, path, young trees in leaf in the foreground, large trees in the background.
PH/HILTN/02HiltonSt Mary Magdalene's Church, Hilton: a general view from the south, with brick churchyard wall in the foreground and trees in leaf; a ladder is leaning against the west wall of the tower.
PH/HILTN/03HiltonSt Mary Magdalene's Church, Hilton: interior view looking east through the nave to the chancel, showing pulpit, lectern, hanging lamps and pews.
PH/HILTN/04HiltonSt Mary Magdalene's Church, Hilton: interior view looking east through the chancel, showing altar, chancel windows and choir stalls.
PH/HILTN/05HiltonSt Mary Magdalene's Church, Hilton: identical to PH/HILTN/02.
PH/HILTN/06HiltonSt Mary Magdalene's Church, Hilton: a general view from the south, with a ladder leaning against the west wall of the tower as in PH/HILTN/02.
PH/HILTN/07a-bHiltonSt Mary Magdalene's Church, Hilton: a general view from the south-east, with gravestones in the foreground.
PH/HILTN/08HiltonSt Mary Magdalene's Church, Hilton: a general view from the south-east, with trees to the left, numerous gravestones and the brick churchyard wall in the foreground.
PH/HILTN/09a-bHiltonSt Mary Magdalene's Church, Hilton: a general view from the north-west, with gravestones and trees in leaf, brick churchyard wall with gate in the centre, three adults and three children standing against the brick wall..
PH/HILTN/10a-eHiltonSt Mary Magdalene's Church, Hilton: a general view from the north-west, showing scaffolding and ladders at the north-west corner of the tower; gravestones and a wall in the foreground, tree to the left and a young tree in the centre.
PH/HILTN/11HiltonSt Mary Magdalene's Church, Hilton: a general view from the north, with gravestones and numerous recently planted saplings in the foreground, mature trees to the left and right.
PH/HILTN/12HiltonSt Mary Magdalene's Church, Hilton: a general view from the north-east.
PH/HILTN/13HiltonSt Mary Magdalene's Church, Hilton: a general view from the north-west, with trees to the left and a house in the background, gravestones in the foreground with the brick churchyard wall just visible.
PH/HILTN/14HiltonSt Mary Magdalene's Church, Hilton: interior view looking east through the nave to the chancel, with two oil lamp fittings with glass globes hanging in the centre.
PH/HILTN/15HiltonSt Mary Magdalene's Church, Hilton: interior view looking west through the nave to the tower and part of the north aisle, with pews and central oil lamp fittings with glass globes.
PH/HILTN/16HiltonSt Mary Magdalene's Church, Hilton: interior view looking east through the chancel, showing the altar, windows and oil lamp fittings in the centre.
PH/HILTN/17a-dHiltonThe Sparrow monument in the middle of Hilton maze: a stone pillar with cornice and ball terminal, inscription on south face, with part of the maze visible around it and leafless trees behind.
PH/HILTN/18a-bHiltonHilton maze, with the stone column in the centre, the school (nowadays the village hall) and road in the background, with trees without leaf on either side.
PH/HILTN/19HiltonHilton Hall: the front of the house, which is tall and narrow with three storeys, showing trees and shrubs on either side, lawn with a path in the foreground.
PH/HILTN/20a-bHiltonPark Farm, Hilton: a rambling house with two wings, bay windows and elaborate chimneys, with trees and hedge to the left and gate with fence to the right, green with path in the foreground.
PH/HILTN/21HiltonTwo houses on the Green at Hilton: the vicarage on the left and "The Limes" on the right, seen from a distance with the Green and leafless trees in the foreground.
PH/HILTN/22HiltonMembers of Hilton Cricket Club standing in front of the Pavilion, on the occasion of its opening in 1906: 24 men, mostly in cricketing costume as it was then, with a variety of hats.
PH/HILTN/23HiltonHilton from the air, 1986: from the south, showing most of the village, including the church, and village green; the Woolpack gravel pits and Fenstanton are dimly visible in the background.
PH/HILTN/24HiltonHilton from the air, 1986: from the east, showing most of the village, with the green in the foreground.
PH/HILTN/25HiltonHilton from the air, 1986: from the north, showing the whole of the village.
PH/HILTN/26HiltonSt Mary Magdalene's Church, Hilton: from the north-east showing especially the east ends of the chancel and north aisle; some gravestones in the foreground, the grass recently mowed.
PH/HILTN/27HiltonThe lychgate and bridge at the entrance to the St Mary Magdelen's Church, Hilton: the bridge in the foreground with the gate rather blurred behind, and the trunks of the avenue of trees just visible through it.
PH/HILTN/28HiltonThe Village Hall, Hilton: a general view from the south, with the Sparrow monument visible behind.
PH/HILTN/29HiltonHilton village green: a general view looking north-west, showing sign post, trees and glimpses of houses behind them.
PH/HILTN/30HiltonRose Cottage and Beech Cottage, Hilton: a pair of semi-detached thatched cottages, the thatch new, flowers in the garden in bloom, and a wooden-framed child's swing in the the foreground.
PH/HILTN/31HiltonOak Tree Farm, Hilton: the front of the house, which is long and low with new thatch, and has long grass in front.
PH/HILTN/32HiltonGypsies on the Vilage Green, Hilton: three traditional-style bow-roofed caravans, with a black and white horse grazing in the foreground, and people sitting, lying and standing in the grass behind.
PH/HILTN/33HiltonBeech Cottage, Hilton: a thatched cottage with garden in front, flowers in full bloom, and wooden bridge over a stream.
PH/HILTN/34HiltonThe Village Hall, Hilton: seen from the south, with various people dotted about, and the Sparrow momument just visible behind.
PH/HILTN/35HiltonA print of St Mary Magdalene's Church, Hilton: a general view from the north-east, with houses to the left, trees on either side and a large expanse of grass in the foreground; a small wooden bridge to the right with people standing beside it.
PH/HILTN/36HiltonJulia Rebecca Hurst (later Mrs Sam. Standen): a half-length portrait showing a young woman in a high-necked round-shouldered dress, with a clasp and locket, holding a book.
PH/HINCH/01Hinchingbrooke Lodge and entrance gates: a stone-built lodge and wall with tall chimneys shaded by mature trees.
PH/HINCH/02Hinchingbrooke House: the south front, showing the now demolished arcaded wing on the left; with flag flying from the tower and lawns in the foreground.
PH/HINCH/03a-bHinchingbrooke House: the east side, with a glimpse of the gardens and the gatehouse visible in the right background.
PH/HINCH/04Hinchingbrooke House: view from Well Court, looking south to the laundry building and into the kitchen yard.
PH/HINCH/05a-cHinchingbrooke House: the north front with its two bay windows and main door.
PH/HINCH/06Hinchingbrooke House: the north front, seen from a slightly different angle to PH/HINCH/05, and showing part of the circular gravel sweep and lawn.
PH/HINCH/07Hinchingbrooke House: the south front showing now demolished arcaded wing on the left: a similar view to PH/HINCH/02 but taken from closer to the house.
PH/HINCH/08Hinchingbrooke House: the south front of the main building, with shrubs and part of the grounds in front.
PH/HINCH/09Hinchingbrooke House: a distant view of the souht front with the now demolished arcade wing, lawns in front and cedars to the left.
PH/HINCH/10Hinchingbrooke House: identical to PH/HINCH/03.
PH/HINCH/11a-bHinchingbrooke House: the gatehouse with the gravel sweep in front; the building is covered with ivy, trees in leaf in the background.
PH/HINCH/12Hinchingbrooke House: the gatehouse seen from the drive with part of the house visible behind it.
PH/HINCH/13a-cThe Nun's Bridge: with four arches of different shapes and sizes, with cutwaters between them; water and reeds in the foreground, trees in leaf all round.
PH/HINCH/14Nun's Bridge: looking along the carriageway with parapets to left and right, the river and trees in leaf.
PH/HINCH/15Nun's Bridge: showing four arches over the river, trees in leaf with grass and reeds in the foreground.
PH/HINCH/16Samuel & Nathaniel Buck's 1730 print of Hinchingbrooke from the north-east - see PWD/HINCH/08.
PH/HINCH/17Hinchingbrooke House: the south front of the now demolished western wing of the house, showing the tower on the left and the arcaded loggia with orange trees in tubs; lawn with path and trees in leaf in the background.
PH/HINCH/18a-dHinchingbrooke House: from the air, from the south-west, and including the whole house and its grounds, including the stable block and kitchen gardens with greenhouses, trees not in leaf; Brampton Road in the bottom right corner.
PH/HINCH/19a-bHinchingbrooke House: the gatehouse, with the main house in the background and the ivy-clad wall to the left, trees in leaf.
PH/HINCH/20a-dHinchingbrooke House: the two-storey bow window on the south front, with leaded panes and stone mullions, surmounted by a coat of arms in stone and chimneys on either side.
PH/HINCH/21a-dHinchingbrooke House: the south front from the lawn, with shrubs in the foreground.
PH/HINCH/22Hinchingbrooke House: the south front with the now demolished arcaded western wing, showing tower, arcaded loggia, lawn in the foreground, trees in leaf.
PH/HINCH/23Hinchingbrooke House: the whole length of the south front and western wing, showing tower, loggia, cedars on the left and lawn in the foreground, trees in leaf.
PH/HINCH/24Hinchingbrooke House: a close-up view of the new western wing, with tower, loggia, trees to the left, lawn in the foreground.
PH/HINCH/25Hinchingbrooke House: the south front seen from a terrace near the south-east corner, with the gravel terrace and gravel paths round the house, lawn and trees on either side.
PH/HINCH/26Hinchingbrooke House: the gatehouse with ivy-clad wall to the left and trees not in leaf on either side; the house in the background.
PH/HINCH/27Hinchingbrooke House: the south front of the house, with the grounds, flower beds and shrubs in the foreground and part of cedar tree to the left.
PH/HINCH/28Hinchingbrooke House: the north front with bay windows and main entrance, gravel drive round circle of grass in the foreground, ivy-clad wing on the right.
PH/HINCH/29Hinchingbrooke House: the south front, including the now demolished west wing, with shrubs in the foreground.
PH/HINCH/30a-bHinchingbrooke House: the north front with bay windows and main entrance, gravel drive round circle of grass in the foreground.
PH/HINCH/31a-bNun's Bridge: from one side with, reeds and bulrushes in the foreground, bushes and trees all round; a horse and cart is driving over the bridge and two youths are sitting on the parapet.
PH/HINCH/32a-bHinchingbrooke House: the south front, complete with the now-demolished western wing on the left, trees and creepers leafless, cedar on the left and lawn in front.
PH/HINCH/33Hinchingbrooke House: part of the south front, with a blank wall to the left where the western wing was later built.
PH/HINCH/34Hinchingbrooke House: The "Nuns' Quarters" (the 16th-century range of buildings on the east side of the Kitchen Yard, seen from the north-west and showing several gables with chimneys, the stone wall at the entrance to the Kitchen Yard on the left and the top of the main house behind.
PH/HOLME/For the Incense Boat and Censor found at the draining of Whittlesey Mere see PH/RAMSY/15 & 16
PH/HOLME/01St Giles' Church, Holme: A general view from the south-east, during restoration work with wooden baulks supporting the south and east walls of the chancel; trees in leaf on either side, brick and stone wall in the foreground with gravestones behind.
PH/HOLME/02St Giles' Church, Holme: a general view from the south-east, trees in leaf on either side, brick and stone wall in the foreground with gravestones behind.
PH/HOLME/03St Giles' Church, Holme: a general view from the south-east, trees in leaf on either side, brick and stone wall in the foreground with part of the road in front of it.
PH/HOLME/04St Giles' Church, Holme: a general view from the south-west, with gravestones in the foreground, trees in leaf on either side.
PH/HOLME/05St Giles' Church, Holme: a general view from the south-west, with trees in leaf on either side, houses to the left in background, gravestones in the foreground.
PH/HOLME/06St Giles' Church, Holme: the east end, seen from the north-east showing chancel, part of north aisle, nave roof, and bellcote; the east end wall is propped up with timber baulks and two workmen are standing in front of it.
PH/HOLME/07St Giles' Church, Holme: a close-up view of the south wall of the chancel, with timber baulks against it and the east wall and the same two workmen as in PH/HOLME/06 standing in front.
PH/HOLME/08St Giles' Church, Holme: a close-up view of the footings of the south-east corner of the chancel, with a workman standing chest deep in a hole in the foreground - slightly blurred by his moving.
PH/HOLME/09a-bSt Giles' Church, Holme: interior view looking east through the nave to the chancel, with pews on either side, pulpit to the left and lectern to the right.
PH/HOLME/10St Giles' Church, Holme: interior view of the chancel arch, looking east into the chancel and showing east window and altar, pulpit to the left of the arch and lectern to the right.
PH/HOLME/11St Giles' Church, Holme: interior view looking east through the nave to the chancel and also showing the south aisle; nave arcades and pews in the foreground, pulpit to the left and lectern on the right.
PH/HOLME/12The Whittlesey Mere Pumping Engine near Holme: a range of brick and tile buildings, including a house on the left side, with a large drainage channel in the foreground. Trees in leaf on either side.
PH/HOLME/13A hayfield on the site of Whittlesey Mere, with cut hay all over it and trees to the right and in the background.
PH/HOLME/14Holme Fen in the snow, with a loaded haycart and a smaller cart behind, wind pump to the right in the background.
PH/HOLME/15Holme House: a two-storey house with an imposing arcaded verandah, trees in leaf on either side, lawns and park in the foreground.
PH/HOLME/16A summerhouse in the garden of Holme House, Hunts: arched and decorated, rather like the verandah seen in PH/HOLME/15, with rustic furniture and a short cannon mounted on wheels in front. Leafless trees to the right.
PH/HOLME/17Holme House: presumably the back of the house seen in PH/HOLME/15, in three parts, three-storeyed and pedimented to left and right, two-storeyed with dormer windows in the centre, with door to lawn and path running across in front of the house, lawn in the foreground.
PH/HOLME/18The Holme Post in 1905, with a man and a boy leaning against it, the post about 12 feet clear of the ground, trees behind.
PH/HOLME/19St Giles' Church, Holme: a general view from the south-east, with gravestones in the churchyard, a brick wall in the foreground, trees in leaf on either side.
PH/HOLME/20St Giles' Church, Holme: interior view looking east through the nave to the chancel, showing the chancel arch, nave arcades with hanging lamps, pews on either side.
PH/HOLME/21Holme House c. 1860: grass and trees in the foreground, the trees mostly concealing the house although an arcaded verandah can be seen.
PH/HOLME/22A paintng by Cuthbert Bede of Holme House: showing a two-storeyed house with arcade, fenced-off garden in front and trees and parkland in the foreground.
PH/HOLYWSee also PH/S.IVE/Bridge/31, a composite postcard including a view of Holywell.
PH/HOLYW/01St John the Baptist's Church, Holywell: a general view from the north-west, with path to the west door through the churchyard in the foreground, girl in a pinafore dress and straw hat sitting on a gravestone.
PH/HOLYW/02St John the Baptist's Church, Holywell: a general view from the north-west, with trees in leaf and grass in the churchyard rather overgrown, gravestones in the foreground.
PH/HOLYW/03St John the Baptist's Church, Holywell: a general view from the south, gravestones in the foreground.
PH/HOLYW/04a-cSt John the Baptist's Church, Holywell: a general view from the south, looking up the slope on that side, with iron fence surrounding church yard and stone wall in the foreground, trees bare.
PH/HOLYW/05St John the Baptist's Church, Holywell: a general view from the south, looking up the slope on that side, with iron fence surrounding church yard and stone wall in the foreground; overgrown pasture in the foreground, trees in leaf.
PH/HOLYW/06St John the Baptist's Church, Holywell: interior view looking east through the nave to the chancel, with carved chancel screen and showing pews, lectern to the left of screen, and altar; south aisle also has altar; hanging oil lamps in nave arcades.
PH/HOLYW/07a-cSt John the Baptist's Church, Holywell: interior view looking east through the carved screen to the chancel, with choir stalls, organ and east window above altar; nave pews in the foreground.
PH/HOLYW/08St John the Baptist's Church, Holywell: interior view looking west through the tower arch to the tower, with wooden screen at foot of tower arch, bell ropes and high west window with three lights, pews in the foreground.
PH/HOLYW/09St John the Baptist's Church, Holywell: interior view of the south aisle altar showing plain east window with altar below, hatchment of arms on the south wall, brass candlesticks on altar, oil lamps suspended from the roof. Pews and part of the brass eagle lectern in the foreground.
PH/HOLYW/10St John the Baptist's Church, Holywell: interior view looking east to the south aisle altar, with candlesticks on it and flowers in brass vases, east window with inset shields of stained glass. Hatchment hung on wall to the right. Pews in the foreground.
PH/HOLYW/11St John the Baptist's Church, Holywell: interior view, the piscina in the south wall of the chancel, ogee arch in which are displayed items of church plate, i.e. flagon, chalice and various patens apparently in silver.
PH/HOLYW/12St John the Baptist's Church, Holywell: interior view of two lancet windows in the wall of the chancel, rounded arch with small detached pillar dividing the lights; wooden chair below and square wooden door of cupboard in the wall (aumbry).
PH/HOLYW/13a-cThe "Holy Well" in Holywell churchyard, with arched brick top, surrounded by shrubs and rough glass.
PH/HOLYW/14Holywell Rectory: from the south-east, showing two-storey house with brick wall and wooden gate, trees in leaf on either side and lawn and drive in the foreground.
PH/HOLYW/15Holywell Rectory: from the south-east, at a slightly different angle to PH/HOLYW/14 and with the church tower in the background.
PH/HOLYW/16Holywell Rectory: from the west, including dormer windows and porch, trees in leaf to the right of photo, with drive to the left.
PH/HOLYW/17A page of manuscript, two columns of Latin in medieval hand on parchment.
PH/HOLYW/18Plasterwork panel on a cottage chimney stack, with raised design of squares, stylized leaves and fleur-de-lys (?or Prince of Wales feathers), with date 16--.
PH/HOLYW/19St John the Baptist's Church, Holywell: a general view from the south-east, gravestones in the churchyard with iron railings in the foreground, trees in leaf on either side.
PH/HOLYW/20The Ferryboat Inn at Holywell: thatched building in two ranges with half-timbering on the right-hand one, two cars parked in front.
PH/HOLYW/21a-cSt John the Baptist's Church, Holywell: interior view showing the carved oak chancel screen from the nave, with painted shields in the lower half of it, altar in the background, nave pews in the foreground.
PH/HOLYW/22St John the Baptist's Church, Holywell: the carved oak altar, with decoration carved on three panels, front view.
PH/HOLYW/23St John the Baptist's Church, Holywell: the carved oak altar seen from the front and right side, with an inscription carved at the top of the side panel.
PH/HOLYW/24St John the Baptist's Church, Holywell: interior view looking east through the nave to the chancel screen and chancel, screen with cross on top, pews in the foreground.
PH/HOLYW/25Houses along "The Front" at Holywell: showing two-storey house to the left with slate roof and one to the right with a thatched roof, brick wall in front of both houses, rough grass and track in the foreground.
PH/HOLYW/26The Ferry Boat Inn at Holywell, seen from the river bank: thatched, with light bulbs along some of the beams and on an "FB" on the front wall. With free-standing inn sign in front, bicycles leaned against it, and three people. New thatch on the roof.
PH/HOLYW/27Thatched cottage at Holywell, with high-pitched roof, wooden porch with steps leading up to it, and thatched-and-tiled outhouse in the foreground.
PH/HOLYW/28Row of cottages on the "Front" at Holywell, thatched with dormers, some bay windows, and weaherboarding.
PH/HOLYW/29The Ferry Boat Inn at Holywell, seen from the opposite bank of the river: two-storeyed thatched building with the gable end of the attached wing on the left. Brick wall in front, trees in leaf on both sides, the ferry moored near the inn and a punt with ?draining spades in it moored in the foreground.
PH/HOLYW/30The Ferry Boat Inn at Holywell, seen from the opposite bank of the river: two-storeyed thatched building with one-storey extension to the right, the ferry itself moored in front of it with a horse and wagon beside it, two people standing behind.
PH/HOLYW/31a-bThe artist Gilbert Baird Fraser and his daughter Mary: the artist is wearing jacket and trousers, sitting on a rough seat in a field with trees and holding a young girl on his knee.
PH/HOUGH/01Houghton Mill from the south-east, with the parish church spire in the background.
PH/HOUGH/02Houghton Mill from the south-east, with the parish church spire in the background.
PH/HOUGH/03a-bHoughton Mill from the west, close-up view with a man and children in the foreground.
PH/HOUGH/04Interior of Houghton Mill, showing scales and a workman with a sack barrow.
PH/HOUGH/05Interior of Houghton Mill, showing a workman dressing a millstone; machinery visible in the background.
PH/HOUGH/06Houghton Mill seen from the east, with a fisherman on the bank in the foreground, and someone in shorts doing something on the downstream side of the Mill itself.
PH/HOUGH/07Manor Farm, in St Ives Road, Houghton, seen from the south-west, with the gable of a thatched cottage to the right and three cattle being driven down the street outside it.
PH/HOUGH/08Capt. John Leslie Green, the Houghton VC: head and shoulders portrait of a young man in uniform, moustached with arms crossed and a regimental badge (RAMC?) on his collar.
PH/HOUGH/09Houghton Mill seen from the south-east, across the millpond: some of the building hidden by trees but it seems to be slightly dilapidated with some window panes missing.
PH/HOUGH/10Houghton Village, looking north up the street from near the mill, showing cottages, church spire, and water cart in the foreground.
PH/HOUGH/11Charles Whymper (1853-1941) the Houghton artist: a head and shoulders portrait in profile, apparently in early middle age with greying sideburns, wearing high collar and heavy coat.
PH/HOUGH/12Houghton Mill seen from the east (downstream) side, c.1920s. with water wheel housings still in position.
PH/HOUGH/13Houghton Mill from the south-west, with part of the southern sluice gate to the right of the picture.
PH/HOUGH/14The George and Dragon on Houghton Green, seen from the south-west, with all the beams still covered by rendering, and old windows still in position. Two girls and a boy pose in front of it.
PH/HOUGH/15Manor Farm in St Ives Road, Houghton, seen from the south-east: a half-timbered building with tiled roof and eleaborate chimney stacks; part of a thatched cottage to the left, telegraph pole behind, woman cyclist in the street.
PH/HOUGH/16a-bHoughton Mill from the downstream side in about 1930: the Mill still has the little cabin-like room protruding from it, with tiled roof and very tall chimney. The water wheel housings on the south side seem to be in some disorder: several windows are broken.
PH/HOUGH/17Houghton Church seen from the river in about 1930: taken from the island south of Houghton Mill, looking across the head of the mill leet to the church, of which only the steeple is visible; a winter scene with reeds and trees leafless.
PH/HOUGH/18Cottages in Houghton in about 1930: the scene is perhaps St Ives Road looking south towards the Green, with various cottages on both sides of the street.
PH/HOUGH/19The Green at Houghton, looking north-west to the clock tower with thatched shelter and sign post and water pump to the right; two and three storey houses to the right and in the background of photo, children standing in the square, the George and Dragon in the right background and the railings in front of the Potto Brown bust just visible at bottom right.
PH/HOUGH/20A painting of Houghton Mill, not very accurate: a building with dormer windows, willows and water on the left, a bridge in the foreground with a water wheel housing behind it and a lady standing on it.
PH/HOUGH/21Houghton Village, looking north up the street from near the mill, showing cottages, church spire, and water cart in the foreground.
PH/HOUGH/22Houghton Mill from the north-west, brick and weatherboarding, with windows and two sack hoists, brick wall beside the river, and footbridge to the right, water wheel housing and wooden shed to the left; trees on either side.
PH/HOUGH/23Houghton Mill from the downstream side, with protruding room and tall brick chimney, water wheel housing to the left, surrounded by trees with water and rough grass in front.
PH/HOUGH/24The River Ouse at Houghton, with the church spire, trees reflected in the water.
PH/HOUGH/25a-bHoughton Mill from the south-east, with a man in a rowing boat in the foreground, a woman sitting near him on the river bank. 1920 or 30s to judge by the costume.
PH/HOUGH/26a-dSaxon Hut, Houghton: a hole in the ground presumably representing the floor of a "Grubenhaus"..
PH/HOUGH/27Houghton Mill from the south-east, with a man fishing from a boat in the foreground, and woman standing beside him on the river bank. Costume of about 1900.
PH/HOUGH/28a-bHoughton Mill from the east: a clear and detailed picture of the building, plainly still in operation with the water wheel housings intact and a rope hanging from the sack hoist on the north side. A horse and cart just visible to the right.
PH/HOUGH/29This number vacant.
PH/HOUGH/30Houghton Mill, from the south-east, water wheel housing to the left, trees in leaf on either side, a man in a rowing boat in the foreground.
PH/HOUGH/31Houghton Mill from the south-east: the same view as PH/HOUGH/30 but cropped slightly differently.
PH/HOUGH/32Houghton Mill from the south-east, water wheel housing to the left, water in the foreground with trees in leaf on either side.
PH/HOUGH/33Houghton Mill from the south-east, water wheel housing to the left, water in front of the mill with three men in a boat in the foreground, trees in leaf on either side.
PH/HOUGH/34The Backwater, Battock's Island: the river with a boat and a boy fishing, trees in leaf in the background.
PH/HOUGH/35A field with pigs grazing in the foreground, trees and a fence in the background.
PH/HOUGH/35-41Judging by the writing on the back of PH/HOUGH/36, these photographs must show Coote's excavation in field 119 at Houghton in 1929, which produced among other things the beakers in our Bronze Age Display. The site was published in CHAS 5 pp 248-50. See also PH/HOUGH/26.
PH/HOUGH/36A field with a trench in the foreground and a man, an animal and trees without leaf in the background.
PH/HOUGH/37A field with a trench in the foreground and the railway line and a bridge in the background.
PH/HOUGH/38A field with rough grass in the foreground, trees and a fence in the background.
PH/HOUGH/39A field with rough grass in the foreground, trees, a hedge and a fence in the background.
PH/HOUGH/40A field with pigs grazing in the foreground and a man sitting on the grass. Trees and a fence in the background with a small house to the right.
PH/HOUGH/41A field with rough grass and a dark area from left to right, trees and a fence in the background with roofs of buildings to the right.
PH/HOUGH/42An four-poster bed with elaborately carved panels, presumably in Dr Martin's house in Houghton: seen from the foot of the bed, with a glimpse of a carved chair and a door to the left.
PH/HOUGH/43Houghton Mill from downstream, trees to right and left and the millpond in the foreground, moored boat with cushions or tarpaulin on the left.
PH/HUNTNThe Magistrates' Court in Huntingdon Town Hall is shown in two photgraphs of the 1964 treasure trove inquest into the Hartford Hoard, indexed as PH/HARTF/43-44.
PH/HUNTN/001a-gSt Mary's Church, Huntingdon: the west doorway of the west tower, seen from outside, with most of the tower piers visible to left and right.
PH/HUNTN/002a-gSt Mary's Church, Huntingdon: the west tower seen from the west (from an elevated position, presumably an upper floor in one of the houses opposite); top of the pinnacles not quite in the picture; trees in leaf in the foreground.
PH/HUNTN/003a-bSt Mary's Church, Huntingdon: a general view from across the street to the south-west, with house to the left, gravestones behind the churchyard wall with railings; trees without leaf, street lamp to the right.
PH/HUNTN/004a-bSt Mary's Church, Huntingdon: a general view from the south (from an elevated position, presumably an upstairs window in the buildings beside the churchyard), churchyard with gravestones and many shrubs and trees in the foreground; house in the far background to the right.
PH/HUNTN/005a-bSt Mary's Church, Huntingdon: a general view from the south-east with gravestones and table tombs in the churchyard in the foreground.
PH/HUNTN/006St Mary's Church, Huntingdon: a general view from across the street to the south, houses on either side in the background and the spire of Trinity Church in the background to the left; churchyard wall, pavement and street in the foreground.
PH/HUNTN/007a-bSt Mary's Church, Huntingdon: looking east through the nave to the chancel and showing the nave arcades and the north and south aisles; pews in the foreground and several light brackets of ornate ironwork in the springs of the arches of the nave arcades.
PH/HUNTN/008a-bAll Saints' Church, Huntingdon: a general view from across the Market Square to the south, ornate iron railings on stone wall in front of the church, trees not in leaf, houses, shops and the Old Grammar School in the High Street to the right.
PH/HUNTN/009a-bAll Saints' Church, Huntingdon: a general view (although partly hidden by trees) from the Market Square to the south-east; the churchyard is surrounded with ornate iron railings on a low wall and a gate. Houses and shops in the background to the right, gas lamp posts on the pavement, five people in various places.
PH/HUNTN/010a-bAll Saints' Church, Huntingdon: a general view from the Market Square to the south, surrounded by ornate iron railings on a low wall with iron gate; two carts and several people, lamp posts, High Street to the right, trees without leaf.
PH/HUNTN/011All Saints' Church, Huntingdon: a general view from across the Market Square to the south, with iron railings on a low wall, and gates, round the churchyard; High Street to the right with shops, houses to the left; cart and horse and people in the High Street, two street lamps in front of the Church and part of a cobbled street in the foreground; trees in leaf.
PH/HUNTN/012All Saints' Church, Huntingdon: a general view from across the Market Square to the south, with churchyard surrounded by ornate iron railings on a low wall; two large houses to the left, High Street with shops and houses to the right, awnings out over shop fronts; people in the street, horse-drawn carts in the foreground, two lamp posts in front of the church.
PH/HUNTN/013a-bAll Saints' Church, Huntingdon: looking east from the nave to the chancel arch and screen, with chairs, lectern and prayer desk in the aisle.
PH/HUNTN/014a-cAll Saints' Church, Huntingdon: looking east through the nve to the chancel and showing the nave arcades and aisles, the chancel arch with wall paintings above it (but no screen); organ to the left.
PH/HUNTN/015a-bAll Saints' Church, Huntingdon: the east end of the nave with chancel arch and screen, wall paintings on chancel arch.
PH/HUNTN/016All Saints' Church, Huntingdon: looking east through the nave to the chancel and showing the screen with chancel in the background, nave arcades and north and south aisles, organ to the left.
PH/HUNTN/017a-bAll Saints' Church, Huntingdon: an interior view of the east end of the south aisle, showing stained glass east window.
PH/HUNTN/018The Old Bridge Hotel, Huntingdon: part of the building seen from the road on the east side, ivy-clad, with open cars parked outside and people in the background.
PH/HUNTN/019The courtyard of the George Hotel, Huntingdon, looking across to the half-timbered west wing, with trellis on the balcony and around the door and window below, tubs in the courtyard with wooden boxes with flowers over windows, clock on the roof.
PH/HUNTN/020a-bThe courtyard of the George Hotel, Huntingdon, looking across to the half-timbered west wing, showing clock on roof, balcony and cars in the courtyard. Flowers above windows.
PH/HUNTN/021a-eAn aerial view of Mill Common and Millfield Hospital, looking north-west to the Brampton Road and the road to the railway station, with "HUNTINGDON" laid out on the ground in very big white letters.
PH/HUNTN/022a-dAn aerial view of The Old Bridge between Huntingdon and Godmanchester, looking north and showing buildings on both sides of the river, including the Old Bridge Hotel and the Hosiery Mill, with the railway level crossing in the bottom left corner.
PH/HUNTN/023a-cAn aerial view of Huntingdon, looking north-eastwards across the town centre, with the Walks in the foreground and Trinity Church and St Mary's Church prominent on the High Street.
PH/HUNTN/024a-cHuntingdon Bridge: from the west with the Hosiery Mill to the right and houses and a chimney beyond the bridge to the left; boats and rough grass in the foreground.
PH/HUNTN/025This number vacant.
PH/HUNTN/026Huntingdon High Street looking south from the George Hotel, showing part of All Saints' Church on the right, shops with extended blinds on the left, including L.R. Dalgleish chemist & druggist, and the Grammar School; handcart, horse, dog and several people on the street and pavement, the people all staring at the camera.
PH/HUNTN/027a-bHuntingdon Bridge: the west side seen from the south bank with houses beyond it on the Huntingdon side and trees in leaf and a wall in the foreground.
PH/HUNTN/028Huntingdon Bridge: looking north across it from an elevated position on its east side on the south bank, presumably an upper window of the Hosiery Mill, and showing Huntingdon High Street climbing the slope beyond the bridge, with buildings on both sides and the spire of Trinity Church on the skyline; trees on Castle Hills on the left; a car crossing the bridge.
PH/HUNTN/029Huntingdon Bridge: the west side seen from the south bank, with houses and a chimney beyond it on the Huntingdon side, boats and a slipway in the foreground.
PH/HUNTN/030Huntingdon Bridge: a square-on view of the west side, with moored and beached punts on the south bank in the foreground, with a slipway; buildings to the left of the bridge and a chimney in the background, part of the Hosiery Mill on the right; trees in leaf.
PH/HUNTN/031Huntingdon Bridge: a square-on view of the west side, with moored rowing boats beside the south bank in the foreground, buildings to the left of the bridge and a chimney in the background, part of the Hosiery Mill on the right; trees without leaf.
PH/HUNTN/032Huntingdon Bridge: a distant view from the west with buildings on either side of the river including the Hosiery Mill on the right and a boathouse in the foreground with flag flying; rowing boats on the river, one with three men and one with one man in them; a young man lies on the grass on the right; trees in leaf.
PH/HUNTN/033Huntingdon Bridge from the west: the same picture as PH/HUNTN/33 but cropped all round.
PH/HUNTN/034Huntingdon Bridge: a distant view from the west, taken from Castle Hills, Huntingdon; with houses and both mills (hosiery and corn) on the right (Godmanchester side) and a house with walled garden to the left (Huntingdon side) with people in the foreground; rowing boats and lighters moored on the right, trees without leaf in the background; horse-drawn carriage leaving the bridge on the right.
PH/HUNTN/035This number vacant.
PH/HUNTN/036The garden of Cromwell House, Huntingdon, with borders, tubs, garden seats and trees in leaf, medieval wall to the right.
PH/HUNTN/037a-bCromwell House: the back of the house - square, two-storeyed with pediment and large rectangular windows, with lawn, evergreen tree to the left, creeper-clad walls.
PH/HUNTN/038Cromwell House, Huntingdon: the back of the house with lawns and garden, trees in leaf on either side, garden furniture on the lawns, path in the foreground.
PH/HUNTN/039a-bCromwell House, Huntingdon: the front of the house with garden wall and street in front, shuttered windows, wrought iron gate, door in the wall and a flag pole over the porch. Trees in leaf.
PH/HUNTN/040Huntingdon County Hospital, in Brampton Road, with the fountain in front of it: a two storey building with ornate façade behind a railinged wall. Trees in leaf on either side. Ornate fountain in the foreground, on stepped plinth.
PH/HUNTN/041Huntingdon County Hospital: a two-storey building with ornate façade and with large inscriptions "COUNTY HOSPITAL ERECTED A.D. 1853" on the left and "SUPPORTED BY VOLUNTARY CONTRIBUTIONS" on the right.
PH/HUNTN/042Huntingdon Grammar School: the west front seen from across the street in the churchyard of All Saints, with the railinged churchyard wall in the foreground. Trees in leaf.
PH/HUNTN/043Huntingdon Grammar School: the west end, seen from the Market Place to the south, next-door building shown to the left.
PH/HUNTN/044A print of Huntingdon Grammar School in 1845, seen from the east end with houses to the right and All Saints' Church just visible behind; people and chickens in the open yard in the foreground.
PH/HUNTN/045Huntingdon Grammar School: the west front seen from an upstairs vantage point on the other side of the Market Hill, with part of All Saints' churchyard in the foreground, two people in the lane to the right of the school, trees without leaf to left and right.
PH/HUNTN/046Huntingdon Grammar School: the interior with desks and a large central stove with stovepipe led off horizontally, desks, blackboard, portrait of Cromwell on the wall to the left.
PH/HUNTN/047Part of the northern end of Huntingdon High Street, looking south towards the town centre with Ferrar House on the right, cars in the street, trees in leaf.
PH/HUNTN/048a-bAn old house (formerly the Bull Inn) in Huntingdon High Street: two-storeyed with steep gable and tiled roof, jettied upper storey and pediment over the door; with gatepost and railings of St Mary's churchyard just visible on the right, the spire of the Trinity Church in the background.
PH/HUNTN/049Whitwell House, Huntingdon: the south front of the house (on the junction of the High Street and Ferrar Road), two-storeyed with iron railings and gate.
PH/HUNTN/050A large tree at the south corner of All Saints' churchyard, seen from the south side of the Market Hill with the church tower behind and to the left, the Grammar School and other buildings to the right; cars parked in the foreground with several people on either side.
PH/HUNTN/051Magnolia tree at 6 Market Hill, Huntingdon: the tree in bloom with a building behind it.
PH/HUNTN/052The view south from Mill Common in the floods of July 1875: grass and trees in the foreground, then flooded Portholme as far as the trees and church spire of Godmanchester; Huntingdon Corporation Mill behind the trees and the racecourse grandstand in the middle distance.
PH/HUNTN/053The Ouse Floods in July 1875 seen from near the footpath that leads from Huntingdon to Portholme: the gas works on the right, the racecourse grandstand behind it, people (and a horse and cart) gathered on the path and the bridge over the river. Flood water in the foreground and three men in a punt on the river.
PH/HUNTN/054The Ouse and Portholme flooded in July 1875: looking from Castle Hills across the water to the trees and church spire of Godmanchester; a boat (retouched) is in the centre, with the railway line to St Ives on its river bridge crossing the centre of the picture; buildings in the left foreground and the grass of Castle Hills in the right foreground.
PH/HUNTN/055The Ouse and Portholme in the floods of July 1875: looking west along the Huntingdon to St Ives railway, which is on the right of the picture, with Castle Hills to the left of it, and further left is flooded Portholme with the racecourse grandstand in the background; a man in a bowler hat sits by the railway looking out over the water and a boat (retouched) is on Portholme.
PH/HUNTN/056a-bHigh Street, Huntingdon: looking south from near the Market Hill with Trinity Church in the left background, shops on either side of the street, with people walking on the street and pavements; Murkett Brothers shop in the right foreground.
PH/HUNTN/057Huntingdon High Street during celebrations for the Jubilee of 1887: looking south with the spire of Trinity Church in the background, many flags, the street filled with people, some of whom have umbrellas up.
PH/HUNTN/058The Market Hill decorated for the 1887 Jubilee: looking north across the market place to All Saints' Church, with many flags and flagpoles and people milling about. A lamp is marked "Fountain Hotel" and a large placard includes the dates 1837 and 1887 - confirming that this is the Golden Jubilee.
PH/HUNTN/059Aerial view of part of Huntingdon from the south-west, showing Trinty Church in the centre, St Mary's church to the right, numerous houses, the temporary buildings of Pathfinder Force headquarters on the site of the present-day Pathfinder House, and open country to the rear.
PH/HUNTN/060Huntingdon Market Hill and High Street, showing the Old Grammar School to the right, with houses on either side of it, All Saints' Church with trees in leaf in front it, a few people, shop fronts with awnings, post office on the right.
PH/HUNTN/061Huntingdon Bridge seen from Castle Hills, with the Hosiery Mill and Brown and Goodman's Mill behind it; lighters are moored on the right, with a steam tug marked "Ouse Transport Co."; on the near bank is the garden wall of the Bridge Hotel, with urns on the top, and a wooden ?boathouse on the river bank.
PH/HUNTN/062Wrought iron sign from the Fox Inn, Huntingdon: a horzontal beam with hooks for a hanging sign, with a diagonal brace above it with an openwork fox on top if it.
PH/HUNTN/063A panel with four drawings or paintings: on the upper left, a picture of rapids with the caption "Overlanders 1862, The Raft 'Huntingdon' in the Lower Canyon, Upper Fraser River"; upper right, a view of a colonial settlement; bottom left, the George Hotel; and bottom right, Oliver Cromwell.
PH/HUNTN/064A portrait of Oliver Cromwell: head-and-shoulders in a roundel, showing him with long hair and wearing armour.
PH/HUNTN/065This number vacant.
PH/HUNTN/066Huntingdon North No. 1 signal box, photographed in 1969; looking south along the main line, with a bridge and two sets of semaphore signals in the background.
PH/HUNTN/067The first electric train at Huntingdon, 1986: the front of the train, marked "Huntingdon goes electric" can be seen at the station platform, with the front of an Inter City 125 at the other platform in the background.
PH/HUNTN/068The first electric train at Huntingdon, 1986: the multiple unit train stands at the platform on the west side of the railway, showing part of the station layout and buildings.
PH/HUNTN/069A print of All Saints' Church, Huntingdon, from the north-east, showing the church surrounded by railings with the buildings on the south side of George Street, and the corner of the George Hotel, on the right; horse-drawn vehicles and people in the foreground.
PH/HUNTN/070Huntingdon County Hospital and part of the Brampton Road from the air, showing the hospital surrounded by open ground with trees, with the enormous "HUNTINGDON" sign and the approach road to the railway station in the foreground; part of Huntingdon town centre behind.
PH/HUNTN/071John Sunman Austin's 1852 lithograph of All Saints' Church and the Market Hill - see PWD/HUNT/26.
PH/HUNTN/072A print by G. Tytler, 1822, showing part of the north end of Huntingdon High Street, looking south, with the wall of Cromwell House on the left.
PH/HUNTN/073Huntingdon from the air, looking at the town centre from the north, with the High Street prominent in the middle; Trinity Church and St Mary's Church, the river bridge just visible in the background, open country to the left.
PH/HUNTN/074This number vacant.
PH/HUNTN/075The Old Grammar School: the west end seen from the south.
PH/HUNTN/076The Old Grammar School, Huntingdon: the west end, seen square-on from across the street in the churchyard of All Saints, wall and railings of the churchyard in the foreground..
PH/HUNTN/077a-bA print of the Old Grammar School, Huntingdon: the west and south sides, with a curved Dutch-style gable at the west end and two rectangular sash windows high in the wall, chimney above the south wall and a bellcote in the middle of the roof; buildings on either side with men and women in the foreground.
PH/HUNTN/078a-bA print of the interior of the Old Grammar School, Huntingdon: showing beamed ceiling with pillars, two chimneys, tables, desks and benches, with windows in the end and side walls. Two men standing at far end of the room.
PH/HUNTN/079All Saints Church, Huntingdon: memorial tablet to First World War dead, inside the church, with elaborate carved frame round it.
PH/HUNTN/080All Saints' Church, Huntingdon: a general view from the south, with railings on stone churchyard wall in front, bare trees on either side, Market Hill in the foreground with two men standing under lamp post to the right.
PH/HUNTN/081All Saints' Church: looking east through the nave to the chancel and showing the chancel arch, screen, part of the north aisle with organ and south aisle east window; chancel and east window behind screen; pulpit to the left and lectern to the right, seating by chairs throughout church.
PH/HUNTN/082King Edward VII leaving All Saints' Church on 1st July 1906: showing the north corner of the Market Hill with the king in a carriage and pair, one mounted escort (?the Lord Lieutenant or similar) and a policeman standing on the pavement; a crowd in the left foreground (men waving their hats) behind military guard (uniform of Rifle Volunteers or similar?). Two motor cars parked in the background.
PH/HUNTN/083St Mary's Church, Huntingdon: a general view from the south, trees withut leaf and conifers in the churchyard behind iron railings; street in the foreground, old house and the spire of Trinity Church behind and to the left.
PH/HUNTN/084The tomb of one of the earls of Hunintgdon at Ashby-de-la-Zouch: an interior view of the church (a side chapel with altar), showing the table tomb and wall monuments.
PH/HUNTN/085The back view of buildings on Huntingdon High Street, on the site of the present-day St Benedict's Court: derelict houses with rough grass and shrubs overgrown with weeds, tiled roofs at different levels and two dormer windows.
PH/HUNTN/086The seal on the back of a portrait in oils of Oliver Cromwell, found in the attic of the George Hotel and now in the Norris Museum (EP/HUNT/01): showing a shield with an eagle or similar on it, with a ?Latin inscription round the outside.
PH/HUNTN/087The seal on the back of a portrait in oils of Oliver Cromwell, found in the attic of the George Hotel and now in the Norris Museum (EP/HUNT/01): showing a shield with an eagle or similar on it, with a ?Latin inscription round the outside.
PH/HUNTN/088Oliver Cromwell's supposed watch and pocket bible: showing the watch both open and closed, the Bible open at the title page with his signature on the fly leaf.
PH/HUNTN/089Three Huntingdon views in small separate frames: St. Mary's Church, the Ouse Bridge and the High Street.
PH/HUNTN/090This number vacant.
PH/HUNTN/091The George Hotel, seen from the south with the High street to the right with several people on foot or bicycle, All Saints' churchyard wall in the left foreground.
PH/HUNTN/092Huntingdon High Street, looking south from near the Market place, with Trinity Church spire in the centre background; people walking, some pushing bicycles and one horse and cart; shops on either side with signs, awnings and street lamp to the left.
PH/HUNTN/093Huntingdon High Street, looking south from very close to where PH/HUNT/092 was taken, with shops with awnings, a pub sign and wall-mounted street lamps on the right, Trinity Church spire in the centre background; deserted street, shoppers visible at the far end, lone man in left foreground.
PH/HUNTN/094Dr Foster of Huntingdon: a middle-aged man with beard below his chin, sitting in an armchair holding a book, with high collar and three-quarter length jacket.
PH/HUNTN/095Cromwell House, Huntingdon: from the garden side, with a large expanse of lawn, table and chairs, gravel walk in the foreground, with trees in leaf on either side.
PH/HUNTN/096This number vacant.
PH/HUNTN/097Huntingdon Bridge from the west, with buildings and a chimney on the (left) Huntingdon side (all since demolished) and the Hosiery Mill on the (right) Godmanchester side. In the foreground are rowing boats, on the bank or on the river, with a post in the foreground marked "G.N. & G.E. " - presumably beside the railway.
PH/HUNTN/098A Bleriot Monoplane on Portholme before the First World War: the aircraft parked stationary with the pilot in the cockpit, another man standing beside the wing and a group in the background. Also in the background is the bridge over the river leading back to Huntingdon.
PH/HUNTN/099Three men standing in front of a boat on a beach, dressed in jackets, stiff collars, ties and with fob watches, one with a pipe, one with a silver-banded cane and smoking a cigarette, one in a panama hat and two with flat caps; the man in the centre wears spectacles and stands with folded arms.
PH/HUNTN/100Part of Ermine Street at the north end of Huntingdon: two-storey houses to the right and left of the street, which is paved with setts; two horse-drawn carts with several people standing on either side of the road.
PH/HUNTN/101Huntingdon Market Square looking south to the Town Hall, with three-storeyed buildings on the east side to the left, the spire of Trinity Church just visible behind.
PH/HUNTN/102Huntingdon Bridge from the west, with buildings and a chimney to the left on the Huntingdon side, the Hosiery Mill on the right; rowing boats and a model yacht on the river, with a moored boat in the foreground.
PH/HUNTN/103Huntingdon Bridge from the west, with the Hosiery Mill to the right and buildings, a chimney and trees to the left; there is a rowing boat on the river, and people and other boats on the bank to the right.
PH/HUNTN/104All Saints' Church seen from the Market Place, in bright sunshine and with trees in leaf to the right and left; a view down the High Street to the right, with a horse and cart.
PH/HUNTN/105An oil painting of Oliver Cromwell, said to be by William Dobson: a head-and-shoulders portrait showng him in armour and bareheaded.
PH/HUNTN/106The Midsteeple at Dumfries: a three-storeyed square stone building, with a clock tower and cupola rising above it, in the middle of a market place plainly recently restored with a surface of clean stone setts.
PH/HUNTN/107a-bA closer view of part of the Midsteeple at Dunfries, showing the mile-plate which includes the distance to Huntingdon: above part of an external staircase are three cast iron plates, one showing a figure with wings and a crozier, the second giving mileages to Annan, Carlisle, Huntingdon (272) etc., the third recording that the Midsteeple was built in 1707 and restored in 1909. TWO PHOTOGRAPHS, but with only very small differences.
PH/HUNTN/108Brampton Road, with an artist's impression of the future A604/A14 flyover: looking west along the road, with the entrance road and signboards of the railway station on the left; the flyover and its street lights drawn in.
PH/HUNTN/109The Walks, with an artist's impression of the future A604/A14 embankment and bridge: looking south-west from near the ring road, with trees and house roofs behind, fence and a set of swings in the foreground.
PH/HUNTN/110Mill Common, with an artist's impression of the future A604/A14 embankment: looking south-west with trees and houses and the gasometer framework in the background, the grass and earthworks of the Common in front.
PH/K.RIP/01St Peter's Church, Kings Ripton, from the south showing the chancel, nave, south porch and tower. Gravestones in graveyard with stone wall in foreground.
PH/K.RIP/02St Peter's Church, Kings Ripton, from the south-east showing chancel, nave and south porch and part of tower. Memorial within railings by porch. Gravestones to the left, stone wall in foreground.
PH/K.RIP/03St Peter's Church, Kings Ripton, from the north-west showing tower, north aisle and nave. Cottage to right of picture and buildings to left. Gravestones and stone wall with expanse of rough grass in foreground.
PH/K.RIP/04St Peter's Church, Kings Ripton, from the south-west showing tower, part of aisle, and south porch, stone wall with rough grass in foreground.
PH/K.RIP/05a-bSt Peter's Church, Kings Ripton, interior view looking east from the tower showing the nave, chancel, chancel arch, pulpit to the left, and pews in part of nave.
PH/K.RIP/06St Peter's Church, Kings Ripton, interior view looking east from the tower, showing the nave, chancel, chancel arch, pulpit to left, pews and baptismal font to the right foreground.
PH/K.RIP/07St Peter's Church, Kings Ripton: the font, square, on four pillars, of carved stone.
PH/K.RIP/08a-cSt Peter's Church, Kings Ripton, from the south with a thatched cottage in the left foreground, a lady by the cottage door and a group of people outside the church porch. The chancel is obscured by a double exposure.
PH/KEYST/01a-bSt John the Baptist Church, Keyston, an exterior view from the north showing the tower, north aisle and transept and chancel. Surrounded by trees with a building to the left. Expanse of grass in the foreground.
PH/KEYST/02St John the Baptist church, Keyston, an exterior view from the south west showing the tower, nave and south aisle. Building to the left with trees bare of leaf, garden plot in foreground.
PH/KEYST/03St John the Baptist church, Keyston, an exterior view from the south showing tower, nave, south aisle and chancel. Shed and horse in field in foreground. Trees without leaf.
PH/KEYST/04St John the Baptist church, Keyston, an exterior view from the north showing lower part of tower with doorway to the left. New memorial stone cross in foreground with small bush in front.
PH/KEYST/05St John the Baptist church, Keyston, an exterior view of the west doorway to the tower, with lozenge shaped window above.
PH/KEYST/06a-bSt John the Baptist church, Keyston, an interior view looking west, showing the nave and arcade, pews, lamps, lectern and pulpit.
PH/KEYST/07a-bSt John the Baptist church, Keyston, an interior view looking east, showing nave and arcade, chancel, pews, pulpit and several oil lamps.
PH/KEYST/08a-bSt John the Baptist church, Keyston, an interior view looking towards east window and altar, showing nave arcades, pews, pulpit, lectern, several lamps and chancel.
PH/KEYST/09a-dThe White Horse, Keyston: front door, stable door, all under thatched roof. Inn sign on post in front of building and unmade road with grass triangle and trees in the foreground.
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PH/KEYST/11a, bManor House, Keyston, an exterior view showing the front of a large, ?20th-century house with ivy clad walls and low brick wall in front, unmade road in foreground.
PH/KEYST/12Manor House, Keyston, an exterior view showng two wings of the house on an L-shaped plan. Low brick walls in front with small gate to the left. Unmade road in foreground.
PH/KEYST/13St John the Baptist church, Keyston: exterior view from the south-east showing south transept, nave, south porch, tower with spire. Rough grass in churchyard, with shrubs to right of porch. Lamp bracket over porch.
PH/KEYST/14St John the Baptist church, Keyston: exterior view from the south-east showing chancel, south transept, nave, south porch and tower with spire. Gravestones in churchyard with trees and shrubs.
PH/KEYST/15St John the Baptist church, Keyston: exterior view of west door with elaborate moulding round doorway, rough grass in foreground.
PH/KEYST/16St John the Baptist church, Keyston: exterior view of west door with elaborate stone carving surrounding doorway. Rough grass in foreground.
PH/KEYST/17St John the Baptist church, Keyston: carved oak effigy of a cadaver, the emaciated body clutching its shroud about it, leaning up against a wall.
PH/KEYST/18St John the Baptist church, Keyston: interior view looking east, showing chancel and chancel arch, nave and nave arches with pews on either side, pulpit to left, lectern to right and prie-dieu in centre. Stove on left in foreground.
PH/KIMBN/01St Andrew's Church, Kimbolton: exterior view from the south-west showing tower, part of nave, south aisle and porch. Table tombs, evergreen trees and churchyard wall in foreground.
PH/KIMBN/02St Andrew's Church, Kimbolton: exterior view from the south-west showing tower, part of nave, south aisle and porch. Table tombs and evergreen trees in foreground.
PH/KIMBN/03St Andrew's Church, Kimbolton: exterior view from the north-east showing chancel, vestry, part of nave, north aisle and tower. Gravestones in foreground.
PH/KIMBN/04St Andrew's Church, Kimbolton: exterior view from the north-west showing tower, nave and north aisle. Evergreen trees in foreground.
PH/KIMBN/05St Andrew's Church, Kimbolton: exterior view from the south-east showing south chapel and south aisle with tower in background. Rough grass and railing in foreground.
PH/KIMBN/06St Andrew's Church, Kimbolton: exterior view from the south-west showing tower, nave, south aisle, porch and chancel. Numerous gravestones with brick wall in foreground.
PH/KIMBN/07a-,jSt Andrew's Church, Kimbolton: the lych gate, looking newly built.
PH/KIMBN/08a- cSt Andrew's Church, Kimbolton: the lych gate, with elaborate carving on the woodwork, pitched tiled roof, elaborate wrought iron lamp bracket on wall to the right.
PH/KIMBN/09St Andrew's Church, Kimbolton: interior view showing the chancel arch, nave and nave arcade, pews, pulpit to the right and chandelier suspended from wooden roof.
PH/KIMBN/10a-bSt Andrew's Church, Kimbolton: interior view looking east, showing chancel arch and east window, nave and arcades, pews with pulpit on right and two sets of hanging lamps, organ in right foreground.
PH/KIMBN/11a-bSt Andrew's Church, Kimbolton: interior view looking west, showing tower arch in background, nave and nave arcade, lectern in foreground, one chandelier suspended from ceiling.
PH/KIMBN/12St Andrew's Church, Kimbolton: interior view looking west showng tower arch and west door with font in background. Nave, nave arcade and chandelier in foreground.
PH/KIMBN/13St Andrew's Church, Kimbolton: interior view looking east showing chancel arch and east window, nave and nave arcade, chandelier in centre and pulpit to the right, part of screens on either side in background.
PH/KIMBN/14St Andrew's Church, Kimbolton: interior view showing the screen to the north chapel, looking west into the north aisle.
PH/KIMBN/15a-bSt Andrew's Church, Kimbolton: interior view looking east to the screen to the south chapel with a few pews in the foreground.
PH/KIMBN/16a-kSt Andrew's Church, Kimbolton: interior view showing screen to the north chapel.
PH/KIMBN/17a-jSt Andrew's Church, Kimbolton: interior view showing the screen to the south chapel with marble cartouche to the Manchester family.
PH/KIMBN/18a-lSt Andrew's Church, Kimbolton: interior view showing marble cartouche in south chapel.
PH/KIMBN/19a-sSt Andrew's Church, Kimbolton: interior view showing altar tomb and wall monuments in south chapel.
PH/KIMBN/20a-pSt Andrew's Church, Kimbolton: interior view showing tabard, helm and two coronets in south chapel.
PH/KIMBN/21The gatehouse to Kimbolton castle, seen from Castle Green outside, with two girls and two small boys sitting on wall in foreground. Trees in leaf.
PH/KIMBN/22Kimbolton Castle from the north, with the castle in the background in its park; a lodge to the right by a gate in the park wall.
PH/KIMBN/23Kimbolton Castle from the south-east showing the gatehouse to the left, trees in leaf and an expanse of grass in the foreground.
PH/KIMBN/24Kimbolton Castle from the south-east showing trees on either side and grass in foreground.
PH/KIMBN/25Kimbolton Castle from the south-west showing gravel drive and lawn.
PH/KIMBN/26a-bKimbolton Castle: the east front with portico, steps leading down from it and another flight of steps to the gravel drive in the foreground; trees in leaf to the right.
PH/KIMBN/27Kimbolton Castle, an exterior view showing the west front, with lawns in foreground and trees in leaf behind the building.
PH/KIMBN/28Kimbolton Castle from the south-east showing gatehouse and parish church spire to the left. Grass in foreground with fence at side of gravel drive. Trees in leaf.
PH/KIMBN/29a-bKimbolton Castle: the courtyard looking to the north-east corner with the steps up to the doorway on the right, showing coat of arms over door, balustrade of steps and 2 lead down pipes.
PH/KIMBN/30a-dKimbolton Castle from the north-east, showing parkland with cattle in foreground.
PH/KIMBN/31a-dKimbolton Castle from the south-east with an area of grass in foreground.
PH/KIMBN/32a-nKimbolton Castle: the inner courtyard staircase seen from the across the courtyard.
PH/KIMBN/33Kimbolton Castle: the Saloon, showing the fireplace, portaits, furniture, rugs, chandelier and wall lights, and parts of ornate plaster ceiling.
PH/KIMBN/34Kimbolton Castle: the Saloon, showing the fireplace on the left, portraits on the wall, furniture, carpet and rugs, chandelier and wall lights, ornate plaster ceiling and screen of columns. Also a distant view into next room through open doors.
PH/KIMBN/35Kimbolton Castle: the White Hall with central carpet runner and much furniture, chairs etc., on either side, including a stuffed lion on the left, curtained windows, pictures, light fittings, sporting trophies.
PH/KIMBN/36Kimbolton Castle: the staircase with Pelligrini's murals, much carved wood, wrought iron ballusters, marble busts on stands, light fittings and a trunk.
PH/KIMBN/37a-oKimbolton Castle: Queen Catherine (of Aragon)'s box, a large trunk with leather and studs, shown with the lid raised.
PH/KIMBN/38a-dKimbolton Grammar School from the east. Victorian mock-Gothic building, trees without leaf on either side, wooden fence with hedge behind, in foreground, unmade road running across foreground with grass in front.
PH/KIMBN/39Kimbolton Vicarage from the south-west showing two-storey brick and tile house with ivy clad walls, trees and rose garden, greenhouses to the left and lawns, with chain link fences in the foreground. Seated women in the left foreground.
PH/KIMBN/40a-bWarren House, Kimbolton, from the west: small, square building with pediment in front of the roof, part of another small building to the left. Trees without leaf all around and hedge in foreground.
PH/KIMBN/41a-cCemetery Lodge, Kimbolton, from the east: showing house, with arched gateway and small buildings on the left. Bridge over river Kym. Shrubs and trees in the foreground.
PH/KIMBN/42a-dTrees in Stonely, showing a small house in the woods.
PH/KIMBN/43High street, Kimbolton, looking west and showing houses and shops on either side, some with awnings, small groups of figures with cyclist on the street.
PH/KIMBN/44Kimbolton High Street looking east towards the Castle gatehouse. The church wall is on the left in the foreground, shops and houses on either side of the street, horse and cart with figures in the foreground.
PH/KIMBN/45Kimbolton High Street looking east towards the Castle gatehouse with church wall in the left foreground. Unmade road with people, cart with milk churns on the street.
PH/KIMBN/46Rookery Bridge, Kimbolton: a wooden footbridge over a small stream with a road to the right. A man carrying a tool bag stands on the bridge.
PH/KIMBN/47a-bKimbolton War Memorial: a cross on a plinth just outside the churchyard wall, with the church (and a fir tree in the churchyard) behind.
PH/KIMBN/48St Andrew's Church, Kimbolton, from the south showing tower and spire, clerestorey of nave, south porch and chancel, with trees and bushes in the churchyard all in leaf, and the churchyard wall in the foreground.
PH/KIMBN/49Kimbolton Castle from the south west: three storey building with projecting bays, castellated roof line, chimneys and central arched doorway. Lawns, driveway and front gravel on two levels, stone steps in foreground with trees on either side.
PH/L.GID/01a-cSt John's Church, Little Gidding: a general view from the west, with trellis fence in the foreground and shrubs, gravestones to the right and trees in leaf in the background.
PH/L.GID/02a-bSt John's Church, Little Gidding: a general view from the west, showing door to nave open, ivy clad wall, trellis fence in the foreground.
PH/L.GID/03St John's Church, Little Gidding: a general view from the west, showing door to nave open, ivy clad wall, trellis fence in the foreground.
PH/L.GID/04a-bSt John's Church, Little Gidding: a general view from the west, with ivy clad wall, trees in leaf, trellis fencing in the foreground.
PH/L.GID/05a-bSt John's Church, Little Gidding: interior view showing the brass eagle lectern, with wooden panels in the background.
PH/L.GID/06a-bSt John's Church, Little Gidding: interior view showing the brass font standing on a square-tiled floor.
PH/L.GID/07St John's Church, Little Gidding: interior view of the chancel, looking east, showing the brass font with pews and stained glass window in the background.
PH/L.GID/08a-cSt John's Church, Little Gidding: interior view looking east through the nave to the chancel, showing stained glass window, brass lectern, stalls, brass chandelier with brass font in the foreground.
PH/L.GID/09St John's Church, Little Gidding: interior view looking east through the nave to the chancel, stained glass window, brass lectern, stalls, brass chandelier with brass font in the foreground.
PH/L.GID/10a-cSt John's Church, Little Gidding: interior view looking east through the nave to the chancel, showing stained glass east window, brass lectern, brass chandelier with candles, stalls, and the top of the brass font in the foreground.
PH/ORT.L/16a-eFrank Buckle's house, Orton Longueville, showing a row of houses on the left of a road joined by a stone wall, unmade road and grass in foreground.
PH/ORT.L/17Holy Trinity Church, Orton Longueville from the north-east, showing the chancel, north chapel, roof of north aisle and tower. Gravestones in churchyard, trees in leaf, with rough grass in foreground.
PH/ORT.L/18Holy Trinity Church, Orton Longueville from the south-east, showing chancel, south aisle, nave roof and part of the tower with ivy clad walls. Gravestones in churchyard, trees on either side with rough grass in foreground.
PH/ORT.L/19Drawing of a memorial window, Holy Trinity Church, Orton Longueville, showing stained glass in three lights and trefoil above, all showing holy figures.
PH/ORT.L/2016th-century doorway and pediment in the east front of Orton Longueville Hall: stone archway with round-topped pediment above with arms carved in relief.
PH/ORT.L/21Orton Longueville Hall: view showing a three-storey wing on right with a two-storey hall at right angles to the main block. Numerous chimneys, decorative turret and gables on roof line. Tower of church to the right with mature trees to rear and lawn in foreground, with small hedged garden.
PH/ORT.L/22The stables at Orton Longueville Hall: a two-storey building with a cupola, weather vane and clock. Windows, three doorways and dormer windows on facing wall. Trees in leaf on either side.
PH/ORT.W/01a-bSt Mary's Church, Orton Waterville from the south-east showing the chancel, nave, south aisle and south porch and tower. Numerous gravestones in the churchyard with top of stone wall and wooden gate in the foreground.
PH/ORT.W/02a-bSt Mary's Church, Orton Waterville from the south-east: very unclear, but showing pinnacles on tower.
PH/ORT.W/03a dSt Mary's Church, Orton Waterville from the north-east showing chancel, nave, north aisle and tower with pinnacles, gravestones in foreground.
PH/ORT.W/04a-bSt Mary's Church, Orton Waterville: interior view looking east and showing the nave, aisles and chancel, with pulpit, altar, chairs and a chest etc., and hanging oil lamps.
PH/ORT.W/05St Mary's Church, Orton Waterville: rubbing of a brass with a Latin inscription above a shield-shaped indent.
PH/ORT.W/06a-bSt Mary's Church, Orton Waterville: interior view looking east and showing the nave, aisles, and chancel, with pulpit, chairs, altar, etc., and hanging oil lamps.
PH/ORT.W/07St Mary's Church, Orton Waterville: the carved Elizabethan pulpit seen from the south side looking into the north aisle.
PH/RAMSY/01a-dChurch of St Thomas of Canterbury, Ramsey from the north-east, showing chancel, north aisle and part of nave and tower in background. Numerous gravestones in churchyard. Part of brick wall and trees in leaf in foreground.
PH/RAMSY/02Church of St Thomas of Canterbury, Ramsey from the south-east, showing chancel, south aisle, nave and tower in background. Numerous gravestones in churchyard.
PH/RAMSY/03Church of St Thomas of Canterbury, Ramsey from the south-west, showing tower, south aisle and nave with brick wall in front of church and grass in foreground.
PH/RAMSY/04Church of St Thomas of Canterbury, Ramsey from the south-west, showing tower, south aisle and roof of nave. Houses to the left of the church, trees to the right, rough grass and unmade road in foreground.
PH/RAMSY/05a-bChurch of St Thomas of Canterbury, Ramsey: interior view looking east through the nave to the chancel, with pulpit to the right, pews in the foreground, two hymn boards on either side.
PH/RAMSY/06a-fPrint of the lectern in Ramsey Church, (with Bury Church lecturn to the right).
PH/RAMSY/07Ramsey churchyard cross: a tall, plain column of stone on a wider plinth, with buildings behind and sapling in leaf to the left.
PH/RAMSY/08a-bThe ruins of Ramsey Abbey gatehouse, looking south with the road to the right; it has ivy clad walls; trees in leaf on either side in background, grass and wide unmade road in foreground with two men to right of gateway.
PH/RAMSY/09The ruins of Ramsey Abbey gatehouse seen from across the road; trees in leaf on either side, rough grass and unmade road in foreground.
PH/RAMSY/10a-bThe southern (inside) face of Ramsey Abbey gatehouse: ruined walls with decorative tracery, ivy clad wall to the right with trailing rose over gateway, with a small garden and hedgerow in foreground.
PH/RAMSY/11The ruins of Ramsey Abbey gatehouse seen from across the road; trees without leaf on either side, rough grass and unmade road in foreground.
PH/RAMSY/12Ramsey Abbey House, large stone-built three-storeyed house with tall chimneys and parapets and large porch. Trees and shrubs on either side with rough grass and drive in foreground.
PH/RAMSY/13Ramsey Abbey House: the back of the house seen from a distance, with tall chimneys and parapets, turrets and ivy clad walls. Trees in leaf on either side and in background, large expanse of rough grass in foreground.
PH/RAMSY/14Almshouses at Ramsey: a two-storeyed range of buildings with central gable and tall chimneys, lower buildings to left and right and a wide street in the foreground.
PH/RAMSY/15Silver Censer found at the draining of Whittlesea Mere and thought to have come from Ramsey Abbey: a vessel with elaborate decoration based on Gothic architecture and with a chain for suspension.
PH/RAMSY/16Silver Incense Boat fonud at the draining of Whittlesea Mere and thought to have come from Ramsey Abbey: a boat-shaped vessel on a hexagonal stand with rams' heads at both ends.
PH/RAMSY/17Church of St Thomas of Canterbury, Ramsey from the south-west, showing tower, south aisle, and nave and a little of the north aisle protruding to the left of the tower. Houses to the left of church with rough grass in foreground.
PH/RAMSY/18Church of St Thomas of Canterbury, Ramsey: interior view looking east through the nave to the chancel, showing chancel arch, nave and nave arches, with a glimpse of the north and south aisles on either side. Pews in nave, pulpit to the right and lectern and organ to the left.
PH/RAMSY/19Ramsey Cemetery, showing gravestones and shrubs with the cemetery chapel in the background.
PH/RAMSY/20The ruins of Ramsey Abbey gatehouse, much of it covered with ivy, seen from the north with the modern road to the right.
PH/RAMSY/21The ruins of Ramsey Abbey gatehouse, much of it covered with ivy, seen from the north with the modern road to the right.
PH/RAMSY/22Drawings of Whittlesea Church, the roof of March Church and Ramsey Abbey gateway, with a map of the area and the title "The Ramsey and March Roads".
PH/RAMSY/23a-bRamsey Abbey from the south-west: a three-storeyed building with numerous windows and chimneys, buttresses and wall arcades. Smaller two storey building to the left with ivy clad walls. Shrubs in front of Abbey with decorated stone walls and grass in foreground.
PH/RAMSY/24Ramsey Abbey: a four-storey building with buttresses, arcading. windows and chimneys. Smaller building to the left with ivy clad walls, trees and shrubs in garden with flowers. Pathways and greenery in foreground.
PH/RAMSY/25The ruins of Ramsey Abbey gatehouse seen from the south (inside) side, with ivy clad gateway to the right. Trees in leaf on either side with lawns and drive in foreground.
PH/RAMSY/26The grounds of Ramsey Abbey, with trees and shrubs, two urns covered with ivy and stone steps to the left with rose-covered walls on either side, lawn and gravel area in foreground.
PH/RAMSY/27The Rose Walk in the Abbey Gardens, Ramsey, showing roses on archway with pathway down the middle.
PH/RAMSY/28a-bThe Samuel & Nathaniel Buck 1730 engraving of Ramsey Abbey gatehouse - see PWD/RAMSY/02.
PH/RAMSY/29Biggin Malting, near Ramsey, showing a derelict two-storey building with shrubbery to the right and rough grass in foreground, cloudy sky.
PH/RAMSY/30The River Nene near Ramsey, showing houses and buildings on either side of the river with grassy banks and reflections. A boat is moored to the left, three ladies are standing outside a house to the right.
PH/RAMSY/31Part of a drain at Old Fen, Ramsey: a small brick-built bridge over the drain with rough grassy banks on either side. Part of a brick building to the right. Horses grazing seen through the arch of the bridge.
PH/RAMSY/32The Almshouses, Ramsey: two-storey houses with windows, chimneys, rounded doorways and porches. Large area of grass in foreground with men, woman and children.
PH/RAMSY/33Ramsey High Street, showing shops and houses on either side of the street with pavements. Horse and cart with a few men standing on either side of the street.
PH/RAMSY/34The Great Whyte, Ramsey, showing a large area of road with houses and shops on either side, with pavement in front. Clock Memorial in centre, with small iron railings around. Men and women strolling on road.
PH/RAMSY/35The Great Whyte, Ramsey, looking south: wide street with two and three storey houses and shops on three sides, pavements in front. Clock Memorial in the centre with raised lamps on either side of clockface. A few people in the street.
PH/RAMSY/36a-gTwo Bronze Age spearheads, shown on a white background each with a measuring tape below it.
PH/RAMSY/37a-cA Bronze Age spearhead, shown on a white background with a measuring tape below it.
PH/RAMSY/38Ramsey Abbey: a four storey building with chimneys and pinnacles, trees and shrubs on either side, wall and grass in foreground.
PH/RAMSY/39A wind powered drainage mill at Ramsey: tapering mill with boat-shaped cap and four sails, the cap supported by three props to the right; scoop wheel housing in front of it and fences in the foreground; three men in flat caps and a woman at various places in the scene.
PH/RAMSY/40The inscriptions on the fly leaf of a book: "Anna Williams Sept. 18th. 1682. The gift of my very worth good ffriend Mr Edmond Gibbs, minister of Ramsey in the County of Huntingdon. Reginald Michell his Booke bought of Madam Carina Holly [illeg.] of of [sic] ye above named Madam Anna Williams deceased: February ye 9th 1687/8. Herbert Wakeman 1740".
PH/RAMSY/41Lotting Fen Drainage Mill at Ramsey Heights in 1933: a tower mill with boat-shaped cap, the sails missing and the fan tail mechanism incomplete, with outbuildings around the base and cottages visible in the distance.
PH/RAMSY/42Tractors at the Hunts Show, Ramsey, June 1921; with boy scout, bystanders, marquees.
PH/RAMSY/43a-bThe Church of St Thomas of Canterbury, Ramsey from the south-west, showing the tower, south aisle, part of the north aisle, nave and chancel. Surrounded by open ground with houses in the distance to left and trees to the right. Large group of figures in front of the west end.
PH/RAMSY/44a-bRamsey Abbey: the main front of a large four-storey building with numerous windows, chimneys and pinnacles. Trees, shrubs, flower beds and lawn in the foreground.
PH/RAMSY/45a-bRamsey Abbey: the main front of a large four storey building with numerous windows, chimneys and pinnacles. A three storey building to the left. Trees, shrubs, flower beds and lawn with a group of figures in the foreground.
PH/RAMSY/46a-bRamsey Abbey Gatehouse from the north, showing a partly ruined building and an archway with ivy clad walls. Trees and shrubs behind the building and to the left. Three people in front of the building with grass and drive in foreground.
PH/RAMSY/47a-bRamsey Abbey Gatehouse from the north-west, showing a partly ruined building and an ivy clad archway, trees behind and to the left. Man with bicycle in front of building with grass and road in the foreground.
PH/S.GID/01a-dSt Andrew's Church, Steeple Gidding: a general view from the south-east, with gravestones in the foreground, chimneys of houses left of porch, trees without leaf.
PH/S.GID/02a-bSt Andrew's Church, Steeple Gidding: a general view from the north-east, with gravestones and a single storey house on the right, trees without leaf.
PH/S.GID/03a-bSt Andrew's Church, Steeple Gidding: a general view from the south-west, with wooden fencing and hedge in the foreground, trees without leaf.
PH/S.GID/04St Andrew's Church, Steeple Gidding: the south porch and doorway, in round-headed arch and with large wrought iron hinges.
PH/S.GID/05a-bSt Andrew's Church, Steeple Gidding: interior view looking west through the nave, showing part of the roof, lamps and pews, stove in the background.
PH/S.GID/06St Andrew's Church, Steeple Gidding: a general view from the south-east, with large area of rough grass with gravestones, trees in leaf on either side.
PH/S.GID/07St Andrew's Church, Steeple Gidding: interior view looking east from near the west end of the nave through to the chancel and chancel arch, pulpit to the left and lectern to the right, nave arcades and pews with hanging lamps in the nave, stove in the left foreground.
PH/S.GID/08St Andrew's Church, Steeple Gidding: the south porch and doorway, in round-headed arch and with large wrought iron hinges
PH/S.NEO/001a-cSt Mary's Church, St Neots from the north, showing chancel, nave, north porch and tower. With gravestones in front, trees and bushes in leaf.
PH/S.NEO/002St Mary's Church, St Neots from the north, showing chancel, nave, north porch and tower, with gravestones in front. Trees and low bushes (yew) in leaf.
PH/S.NEO/003St Mary's Church, St Neots from the north, showing chancel, nave, north porch and tower, with gravestones in front. Small bushes of yew and box amongst the gravestones, other buildings, and trees without leaf on either side in background.
PH/S.NEO/004a-bSt Mary's Church, St Neots from the south-east, showing the church and churchyard with pollarded trees (which had gone by the time the church was photographed for VCH). A woman is pushing a pram in the street, in front of the churchyard wall.
PH/S.NEO/005St Mary's Church, St Neots from the north-west, showing the nave, north aisle, north porch and tower with clock. Church Walk fenced in by railings, gravestones to the left. Trees in leaf and buildings in the background.
PH/S.NEO/006a-bSt Mary's Church, St Neots from the north-west, showing the nave, north aisle, north porch and tower. Railinged walk with gravestones and shrubs behind on the left.
PH/LEIGH/07St Mary's Church, Leighton Bromswold, from the south, showing tower, south porch, south transept and chancel. Trees without leaf on either side. Stone wall with low hedging and wooden gate in foreground.
PH/LEIGH/08St Mary's Church, Leighton Bromswold, from the north-west, showing tower, north porch and north transept. Hedging in foreground with trees in leaf.
PH/LEIGH/09St Mary's Church, Leighton Bromswold, from the the east, showing chancel, part of south transept and tower. Tree and shrub without leaf, house and stone wall to left, with grass in foreground.
PH/LEIGH/10St Mary's Church, Leighton Bromswold, from the south, showing tower, south porch, south transept and chancel. Gravestones and grass in foreground.
PH/LEIGH/11St Mary's Church, Leighton Bromswold, from the south-east, showing chancel, south transept, part of south porch and tower. Brick wall in foreground with gravestones in churchyard.
PH/LEIGH/12a-bSt Mary's Church, Leighton Bromswold: exterior view of the south wall of the chancel, showing lead rainwater pipe and one window.
PH/LEIGH/13St Mary's Church, Leighton Bromswold: a closer view of the lead rainwater pipe shown in PH/LEIGH/12.
PH/LEIGH/14a-bSt Mary's Church, Leighton Bromswold: the lychgate with conifers and trees without leaf in background. Brick wall and unmade road in foreground.
PH/LEIGH/15St Mary's Church, Leighton Bromswold, from the south, showing tower, south porch, south transept and chancel. Numerous gravestones and grass in foreground.
PH/LEIGH/16St Mary's Church, Leighton Bromswold, interior view showing part of chancel and nave, looking east to the chancel arch with pulpit and reading desk on either side and pews in foreground.
PH/LEIGH/17St Mary's Church, Leighton Bromswold, interior view looking east along the nave with chancel in background. Pulpit and reading desk on either side of chancel arch with pews and font in foreground.
PH/LEIGH/18St Mary's Church, Leighton Bromswold, interior view very similar to PH/LEIGH/17 but taken from a slightly different position.
PH/LEIGH/19a-bSt Mary's Church, Leighton Bromswold, interior view looking west from the chancel into the nave; west window and font in background; chancel stalls in foreground, with part of pulpit and reading desk on either side of chancel arch.
PH/LEIGH/20a-cSt Mary's Church, Leighton Bromswold, interior view showing part of the nave, chancel and south aisle.
PH/LEIGH/21a-cThe Castle Gatehouse, Leighton Bromswold, showing the front of the building. Trees and shrubs in leaf, broken wooden fencing in foreground.
PH/LEIGH/22The Castle Gatehouse, Leighton Bromswold, showing the back and side of the building. Small building to the left of picture with trees and shrubs on either side.
PH/LEIGH/23a-cThe Castle Gatehouse, Leighton Bromswold, showing the front of the building with trees. Small building to the left. Fencing and grass with path in foreground.
PH/LEIGH/24a-dThe Church and Gatehouse, Leighton Bromswold, from the south-east: the church visible behind the gatehouse and to the left of it. Trees without leaf in background. Fencing and hedging intermingled in front with grass in foreground.
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PH/LEIGH/25The Castle Gatehouse, Leighton Bromswold, from the front showing ivy clad walls, trees and shrubs in foreground.
PH/LEIGH/26The Castle Gatehouse, Leighton Bromswold, from the back of the building. Ivy clad walls with flowers and shrubs in foreground.
PH/LEIGH/27The Castle Gatehouse, Leighton Bromswold, from the east showing the back of the building with the church in the background. Trees on either side with hedging in foreground.
PH/LEIGH/28The Castle Gatehouse, Leighton Bromswold, showing the back with ivy-clad walls. Wooden fencing and gate with man standing in front.
PH/LEIGH/29a-bThe Castle Gatehouse, Leighton Bromswold, showing the front with trees, shrubs and flowers in front with wooden fencing, gate and grass in foreground.
PH/LEIGH/30The church and Castle Gatehouse, Leighton Bromswold, from the south-east with the church in the background and to the left, hedge and grass in the foreground.
PH/LEIGH/31The Castle Gatehouse, Leighton Bromswold, from the side, with trees, part of moat and grass in foreground.
PH/LEIGH/32a-nThe Castle Gatehouse, Leighton Bromswold, showing the back of building with ivy clad walls, trees and shrubs. Fencing and gate in front, old man standing by fence, grass in foreground.
PH/LEIGH/33Leighton Bromswold village showing houses on either side. Unmade road and grass in foreground.
PH/LEIGH/34Mrs Garrood in Dr Garrood's car at Salome Wood, Leighton Bromswold: an open-topped car parked on a road or track with a woman looking out from the passenger's seat.
PH/LEIGH/35A house at Leighton Bromswold: a large brick and tile house with ivy clad walls, wooden fencing and grass in foreground.
PH/LEIGH/36The same house at Leighton Bromswold as shown in PH/LEIGH/35 but from a different angle.
PH/LEIGH/37a-bSt Mary's Church, Leighton Bromswold: the chalice, paten and flagon.
PH/LEIGH/38St Mary's Church, Leighton Bromswold, from the west showing the tower with clock, north porch and north transept and south porch and south transept.
PH/LEIGH/39St Mary's Church, Leighton Bromswold: interior view looking east showing chancel and chancel arch with pulpit and reading desk on either side, small organ in front of chancel rail to the left, nave with pews on either side and font in foreground, several hanging lamps.
PH/LEIGH/40St Mary's Church, Leighton Bromswold: interior view looking east showing the chancel and chancel arch with pulpit and reading desk on either side, small organ in front of chancel rail to the left and lectern to the right, nave with pews on either side and font in foreground, several hanging lamps, roof beams with prie-dieu below.
PH/LEIGH/41St Mary's Church, Leighton Bromswold, from the south-west showing the tower with clock, nave, south porch and south transept. Numerous gravestones in churchyard with wild hedgerow in foreground. Trees on either side.
PH/LEIGH/42St Mary's Church , Leighton Bromswold, from the south, showing nave, south transept, south porch and tower. Gravestones in churchyard with trees on either side.
PH/LEIGH/43St Mary's Church , Leighton Bromswold: the tower from the south-west, showing porch and part of south transept. Gravestones in churchyard with path to south porch. Trees to the left in background.
PH/LEIGH/44St Mary's Church, Leighton Bromswold: lead rainwater pipe on south side of chancel.
PH/LEIGH/45St Mary's Church, Leighton Bromswold: tomb with two carved reclining figures on top of it, one male (with the legs missing) and one female.
PH/LEIGH/46The Gatehouse at Leighton Bromswold, showing the four-turreted building, plainly inhabited (windows are clean and some of them are open), but with ivy on the walls and the garden rather overgrown.
PH/LEIGH/47The Gatehouse at Leighton Bromswold, showing the four-towered building, seen presumably before the later alterations. Some windows bricked up, a garden in the foreground with a shed to the left.
PH/LEIGH/48The Gatehouse at Leighton Bromswold, with the moat and bridge over it in the foreground with a broken fence across it. Bits of the building seem to be in disrepair (a door is off its hinges in the basement) but there are rows of plants in the garden.
PH/LT.PASee also PH/HARTF/17, which has a photograph of "North Road, Little Paxton" on the reverse - presumably the Great North Road, probably before the village was bypassed.
PH/LT.PA/01a-iSt James's Church, Little Paxton, from the south-east showing chancel, nave, south aisle and tower, with part of churchyard and wall in foreground. Trees in leaf.
PH/LT.PA/02a-cSt James's Church, Little Paxton, from the south-east showing chancel, nave, south aisle and tower, with gravestones in foreground.
PH/LT.PA/03St James's Church, Little Paxton, from the south showing chancel, nave, south aisle and tower with weathervane. Gravestones in foreground and trees in leaf in background.
PH/LT.PA/04a-cSt James's Church, Little Paxton, from the south-west showing tower, nave and south aisle, with gravestones and wall in foreground and trees in leaf in background.
PH/LT.PA/05a-bSt James's Church, Little Paxton, from the south-west showing tower with clock, nave, south aisle and part of chancel. Gravestones and wall in foreground and trees in leaf in background.
PH/LT.PA/06a-eSt James's Church, Little Paxton, from the west showing tower, part of nave, north porch and buttresses. Wall in foreground, with single tree in front of tower, trees without leaf in background.
PH/LT.PA/07St James's Church, Little Paxton, from the north-west showing tower with clock, nave, north porch and buttresses. Brick wall in foreground, with pillars and gate. Trees in leaf.
PH/LT.PA/08St James's Church, Little Paxton, from the north-east showing chancel, nave, north porch, tower and buttresses. Gravestones in foreground and a tree in leaf to the left.
PH/LT.PA/09St James's Church, Little Paxton, from the north-west showing tower with clock, nave, north porch and buttresses, and part of the chancel. A building in the background, and a wall with closed gate in foreground with headstones behind. Trees without leaf.
PH/LT.PA/10St James's Church, Little Paxton: the west end of the building seen from the north, showing tower, part of nave, and porch with window between two buttresses. Wall in foreground with gravestones behind it.
PH/LT.PA/11a-dSt James's Church, Little Paxton: part of the north wall with the porch, three windows and buttresses, with gravestones in the foreground.
PH/LT.PA/12a-fSt James's Church, Little Paxton: the south door with carved tympanum.
PH/LT.PA/13a-cA carved stone cross, circular in section with a crown on top, with garden plants around it.
PH/LT.PA/14St James's Church, Little Paxton: a distant view from the south-east showing the church from across a field with trees in foreground and nearer to church. Churchyard walled round.
PH/LT.PA/15a-dSt James's Church, Little Paxton: interior view looking east through the nave to the chancel in the background, with pulpit, lectern to left, nave and pews in foreground. Font and nave arcade to right.
PH/LT.PA/16a-bSt James's Church, Little Paxton: interior view of the chancel looking east to the altar, railings in foreground. Lectern to the right with wall light above.
PH/LT.PA/17St James's Church, Little Paxton: interior view looking east through the nave to the chancel and east window with pulpit, lectern to left, nave arcade and pews in foreground, part of nave roof also in view.
PH/LT.PA/18St James's Church, Little Paxton: interior view looking west through the nave showing nave arches to left with font, pews in foreground.
PH/LT.PA/19Chalice with cover and paten from St James's Church, Little Paxton.
PH/LT.PA/20Chalice with cover and paten from St James's Church, Little Paxton.
PH/LT.PA/21a-bLittle Paxton Park: front view showing carriage sweep and portico over front door.
PH/LT.PA/22Little Paxton Park: front view showing portico over front door and carriage sweep. Further buildings beyond trees and shrubs to left and shrubs on either side of main house.
PH/LT.PA/23Little Paxton Park: view from front of house with portico over front door and carriage sweep.
PH/LT.PA/24Little Paxton Park: the garden front with large conservatory, trees to the right and expanse of lawn in foreground.
PH/LT.PA/25a-bLittle Paxton Hall, surrounded by mature trees, and rough grass, thatched low buildings with smoking chimneys in foreground.
PH/LT.PA/26a-cLittle Paxton Hall: two-storeyed brick house with dormers behind a low parapet, hipped roof and side gables slightly projecting, set in parkland. Animals in foreground with trees without leaf.
PH/LT.PA/27Little Paxton Hall: two-storeyed brick house with dormers, hipped roof and side gables projecting, seen in distance across fields/parkland with trees in leaf.
PH/LT.PA/28Little Paxton Hall: two-storeyed brick house with dormers behind a low parapet, hipped roof, seen in the far distance across fields with trees on either side of it, hedge and road in foreground.
PH/LT.PA/29Little Paxton Hall: a smaller version of PH/LT.PA/25, but showing a wider view with trees and open country on each side.
PH/LT.PA/30a-cLittle Paxton Hall: a side view of the front of the house through trees and woodland. Trees without leaf.
PH/LT.PA/31a-bLittle Paxton Hall: back view of top part of house with dormer windows, seen through trees without leaf.
PH/LT.PA/32a-fThe Grove, Little Paxton: a two-storey house with double bay windows and dormer window in hipped roof. Strong three bar fencing and yard with barn in foreground. Trees in leaf around house.
PH/LT.PA/33The Grove, Little Paxton: the front of the house, built of brick with two storeys, with double bay windows and dormer window in hipped roof. Larch tree with leaf in front of house, white gate to left and rustic seat on grass in foreground.
PH/LT.PA/34a-bThe Grove, Little Paxton: the front of the house with white seven-barred gate to left, rustic garden seat in front of larch tree on lawn in foreground. Other trees and shrubs in leaf around house, outbuildings on right.
PH/LT.PA/35a-cThe Grove, Little Paxton: the front of the house with windows and front door open. Group of three men and three woman in front of house, posed, wearing Edwardian dress. The trees to side of house are in leaf.
PH/LT.PA/36a-bOld chest at The Grove, Little Paxton, showing open chest with long iron hinges on lid and ornate decoration on front of chest, with iron handle attached to right side.
PH/LT.PA/37a-bOld chest at The Grove, Little Paxton, with ornate front, and iron handle on the side, heavily carved wood.
PH/LT.PA/38The Grove Farm, Little Paxton, showing two thatched barns with cattle pens in front, trees without leaf in background.
PH/LT.PA/39The Grove Farm, Little Paxton, showing outside of farmyard with tall barn and one long, narrow barn, low and thatched. Farm implements and machinery scattered on ground in foreground.
PH/LT.PA/40a-bThe Grove, Little Paxton, showing a distant view of part of the house behind trees in leaf. Fence in foreground.
PH/LT.PA/41The Grove, Little Paxton, showing three-storey house behind trees, without leaf. Fencing in the foreground
PH/LT.PA/42The Grove, Little Paxton, showing the house behind a wall and buildings to the left with trees in foreground.
PH/LT.PA/43The Grove, Little Paxton, showing three-storey building with outbuildings behind a wall. Fencing in foreground with a man and woman in front. Trees without leaf.
PH/LT.PA/44a-bEthel Ladds, in Edwardian costume with straw hat, in a horse and trap. Trees without leaf in background.
PH/LT.PA/45a-cThe Nook and Shepherd's Cottage: three storey house and building behind with garden in the foreground,
PH/LT.PA/46a-bTwo thatched cottages (present-day St James Cottage) on the left hand side of a path and unmade road. Lady in long dress in the foreground, with fencing and hedgerows to the right. Trees in leaf.
PH/LT.PA/47a-bLittle Paxton village showing the Maypole in the centre with Hall Thatched Cottage on the left and Moody's Cottage on the right, seen from the entrance to the parish churchyard. The lady in black who also appears in PH/LT.PA/46 stands on the left.
PH/LT.PA/48Gordon Villas, seen from the churchyard, with headstones and the churchyard wall in the foreground; leafless trees behind.
PH/LT.PA/49Little Paxton village showing the High Street with Daisy's Cottage on the left, other cottages on the right, with hedge, fencing, trees in leaf behind.
PH/LT.PA/50Great North Road Cottages: a row of cottages on the right and a house on the left. Trees in leaf with road and rough grass in foreground.
PH/LT.PA/51Little Paxton Hall: the front of the house, two-storeyed with dormer windows above. Photographed by the donor in 1982, before a new porch was added in 1988.
PH/LT.PA/52The papermill at Little Paxton: part of two ranges of industrial buildings, with the mill pool in the foreground.
PH/LT.PA/53Little Paxton papermills - the same image as PH/LT.PA/52 but here printed in reverse. (This version is presumably the incorrect one, as the other two pictures in this sequence corroborate each other).
PH/LT.PA/54Little Paxton papermills: a range of industrial buildings behind the parapet of the bridge over the mill leet.
PH/LT.PA/55The Rectory Rangers Quoits Club from Beaumont in Essex: 14 men in two rows, with a well-dressed gentleman and a clergyman in the middle of the front row; some hold quoits, or a score-book or dividers.
PH/LT.PA/56St Mary's Football Club, origin unknown: a group of 18 men, some wearing striped football shirts and some in ordinary clothes, including a clergyman. A large house in the background.
PH/LT.PA/57Little Paxton Cricket Club, c.1914: 15 men, most of them in white flannels and one in an umpire's coat, grouped in front of a white painted wooden building.
PH/LT.PA/58The east front of Paxton Hall: a two-storeyed building with three-storey gables at each end and a single-storey block on the left side; lawn and flower beds in the foreground.
PH/LT.PA/59The west front of Paxton Hall: a two-storeyed house with dormer windows, with a lawn, bushes and a sunken wall in the foreground.
PH/LT.PA/60Paxton Hall seen from a distance: the west front of the hall with trees to the left and right and a large expanse of grass in the foreground.
PH/LT.PA/61A small farm at Little Paxton: a brick farm house with outbuildings to the left and right, a fence and telegraph pole in front, and a snow-covered road in the foreground.
PH/LT.PA/62The Paper Mills before the fire and rebuilding: the river in the foreground with a large group of industrial buildings behind, several of them of wood and looking quite rickety; a tall chimney to the left, a two-storey house to the right.
PH/LT.PA/63The Paper Mills before the fire of 1912 and with the river in flood: a wooden footbridge in the foreground with the river rushing past it in powerful waves; behind, some of the wooden buildings and the house shown on PH/LT.PA/62.
PH/LT.PA/64a-bThe Paper Mills: in the background, with a tree-lined road in front - presumably the one that approaches from St Neots, on the south-east; a range of industrial brick-built buildings with tall chimney to the left - this is presumably after the 1912 fire destroyed the buildings shown in PH/LT.PA/62-3.
PH/LT.PA/65The Paper Mills before the fire and rebuilding: the river in the foreground and a large group of industrial buildings behind with tall chimney to the left; a similar view to PH/LT.PA/62.
PH/LT.PA/66The Paper Mills after the fire of 1912: wrecked buildings with a boiler visible to the left and the wheel of a large steam engine to the right, with two chimneys in the right background. Presumably the morning after the fire, as smoke seems to be rising still on the right of the picture; a crowd of men in the ruins, including two policemen.
PH/LT.PA/67The Paper Mills after the fire of 1912: a different view from PH/LT.PA/66 with two chimneys prominent in the foreground among a collection of wrecked buildings.
PH/LT.PA/68The Paper Mill seen from the other side of the River Ouse, with the road bridge in front of it, and in the left foreground the "traps" - the precarious-looking wooden walkways with flimsy railings provided for pedestrians when the river was in flood.
PH/LT.PA/69Mrs R.L. Towgood: a head-and-shoulders portrait, full face, showing a young woman with hair gathered on each side of her head, a light wrap on her shoulders and a necklace over it, the picture fading away towards the edges.
PH/LT.RA./01St James' Church, Little Raveley from the north-west, showing gabled wall with bell-cote, ivy clad walls. Trees in leaf on either side, and hedging and rough grass in foreground.
PH/LT.RA./02St James' Church, Little Raveley from the south-east, showing chancel and nave, ivy clad walls, and gravestones to the left in foreground.
PH/LT.RA./03St James' Church, Little Raveley from the north-east, showing chancel and nave, ivy clad walls and a house to the right in background, a gravestone and rough grass and wild flowers
PH/LT.RA./04St James' Church, Little Raveley from the south, showing chancel and nave. Trees in leaf in front of church and hedging on both sides of iron gate. Rough grass and path in foreground.
PH/LT.RA./05St James' Church, Little Raveley from the north-east, showing chancel and nave, with gravestones in front of chancel. Hedging in foreground, trees in leaf on either side.
PH/LT.RA./06St James' Church, Little Raveley: interior view looking east through the nave to the chancel with altar, pulpit to the left and pews on either side in foreground.
PH/MOLES/01a-bSt Peter's Church, Molesworth from the south-east, showing chancel, nave, south porch and part of tower. Gravestones and rough ground in foreground.
PH/MOLES/02St Peter's Church, Molesworth from the south showing tower, nave, south porch and chancel. Rough grass and gravestones in foreground.
PH/MOLES/03St Peter's Church, Molesworth from the north-east showing chancel, nave and part of tower in background. Small building and gravestones to the left. Rough grass in foreground.
PH/MOLES/04St Peter's Church, Molesworth from the north-west, showing tower, nave and chancel. Trees to right of picture with one gravestone and rough grass.
PH/MOLES/05St Peter's Church, Molesworth: interior view from the chancel looking west into the nave, showing pulpit to the right, lectern to the left, pews, hanging lamp and wall light. Also showing carved wooden angels standing on abacus at chancel arch.
PH/MOLES/06St Peter's Church, Molesworth: interior view from west showing chancel in background, pulpit to the left, pews and wall lights on either side.
PH/MOLES/07a-cSt Peter's Church, Molesworth: interior view showing fresco of St Christopher on north wall.
PH/MOLES/08a-cSt Peter's Church, Molesworth: chalice and paten.
PH/MOLES/09Molesworth Windmill: weatherboarded smock mill on top of a brick roundhouse, surrounded by rough grass.
PH/MOLES/10a-dMolesworth Rectory: garden front showing lawns and mature trees on either side. Steps to lawn on left. Trees in leaf.
PH/MOLES/11 a - eMolesworth Rectory, showing sde and front. Trees in leaf, shrubs and lawn in foreground.
PH/MOLES/12St Peter's Church, Molesworth from the north-west, showing chancel, nave and tower. Blocked up doorway to the nave with two large windows on the left. Trees in leaf on either side with rough grass in foreground.
PH/MOLES/13St Peter's Church, Molesworth: interior view from the west showing chancel and chancel arch, pulpit to the left, lectern to the right with pews on either side. A central lamp and several hanging lamps.
PH/MOLES/14St Peter's Church, Molesworth: interior view of a wall painting with a niche to the left, containing a stone cross and fragments of stone on either side.
PH/MORBO/01a-bAll Saints' Parish Church, Morborne, from the north-west showing tower, nave and aisles with north porch, and chancel, some gravestones in unmown churchyard, trees in leaf behind.
PH/MORBO/02 a-cAll Saints' Parish Church, Morborne, an interior view looking east through the nave to the chancel, showing nave arcade and chancel arch, ceiling, pews, pulpit, altar, hanging lamps, etc.
PH/NEEDI/01The Chicory Factory in Needingworth Road, St Ives ?in the 1930s. A tall brick-built structure with doorways and windows on the three storeys and complicated brick structures on the roof, where is also a curved-topped pediment with the words "Chicory Ltd." In the foreground are linear structures of thick timber - to do with the building of the factory, which may be seen here under construction, or are they to contain dumps of chicory? Lots of men standing around, mostly wearing flat caps and waistcoats.
PH/NEEDI/02The Pike and Eel with Overcote Ferry: the pub and its outbuildings in the background with the ferry loaded with sheep on the river in front, trees in half leaf to the left and right.
PH/NEEDI/03The Pike and Eel, Overcote Road: showing the pub and its outbuildings seen from the opposite bank of the Ouse, with the ferry moored in front of it with a young man in cloth cap standing on it, trees in leaf to left and right.
PH/NEEDI/04Needingworth High Street with houses on each side, including a shop to the right; a horse and cart is parked to the right and a woman in a bonnet is facing a doorway on the left.
PH/NEEDI/05The Lock-up at Needingworth: a small brick building with wooden door with barred window, stone plaque over the door reading "Built 1858". There are half torn posters on the front and a boy and girl leaning on the wall of the building.
PH/NEEDI/06The Village Stores at Needingworth: two terraces of houses with the High Street in front, the shop at the right-hand end of the right-hand terrace, with "C. Bedford" over the window. A woman is cleaning the window; men and boys stand to the right, some of them in long white aprons.
PH/NEEDI/07The Pike and Eel at Overcote: the pub buildings with outbuildings to the right, a hedge and pond in front, with a wooden settle outside the door and a bicycle leaned against a fence to the right.
PH/NEEDI/08A stone marking the Greenwich meridian on the footpath beside the Ouse: an upright oblong of grey stone with a vertical line down the middle, with "Greenwich Meridian Line" carved on it, so arranged that the line forms the letter "I" in each word; with grass and plants around it.
PH/O.WES/01St Swithin's Church, Old Weston: a general view from the south-east, gravestones in churchyard, trees in leaf on either side.
PH/O.WES/02St Swithin's Church, Old Weston: from the south-east showing chancel, nave, south aisle, porch and tower. Gravestones and long grass in churchyard, trees in leaf on either side.
PH/O.WES/03St Swithin's Church, Old Weston: from the south-east showing part of chancel, nave, south aisle, porch and tower. Gravestones in churchyard.
PH/O.WES/04St Swithin's Church, Old Weston: a distant view from the north-east, trees in leaf in front of church, stone wall and rough grass in the foreground.
PH/O.WES/05St Swithin's Church, Old Weston: a distant view from the west showing the tower, with trees in leaf on either side, stone wall and rough grass in the foreground.
PH/O.WES/06St Swithin's Church, Old Weston: from the south-west showing tower (except top of spire), nave, south aisle and porch; gravestones in churchyard with trees in leaf on either side.
PH/O.WES/07a-bSt Swithin's Church, Old Weston: looking east through the nave to the chancel and showing chancel arch and nave arcades, pews in the foreground and wooden beamed roof above. Prominent stove and stove pipe in the middle of the nave.
PH/O.WES/08St Swithin's Church, Old Weston: looking west through the nave and showing the tower arch with nave arcades on either side; wooden roof with beams, pews in the foreground, prominent stove and stove pipe in the middle of the nave.
PH/O.WES/09St Swithin's Church, Old Weston: a general view from the south-east, gravestones in churchyard, a bicycle leaning against the stone churchyard wall in the foreground, trees without leaf on either side.
PH/O.WES/10St Swithin's Church, Old Weston: looking east through the nave to the chancel and showing the chancel arch, nave arcades, part of the north and south aisles, pulpit to the left of the chancel aarch and lectern to the right. Hanging lamps in the nave and chancel, stove and stove pipe in the centre of the nave aisle.
PH/O.WES/11St Swithin's Church, Old Weston: a general view from the south-east, gravestones in churchyard, trees in leaf on either side.
PH/O.WES/12St Swithin's Church, Old Weston: looking east through the nave to the chancel and showing the chancel arch, nave arcades, part of south aisle with the font on the right, pulpit to the left of chancel arch and lectern to the right, hanging lamps in nave arches. Stove with stove pipe now moved to the left of the central aisle. Nave aisle floor covered with hay.
PH/OFF.C/01All Saints' Church, Offord Cluny from the south-west, showing tower, nave, south porch and chancel, surrounded by trees and hedge in leaf. Three children on rough ground in foreground.
PH/OFF.C/02All Saints' Church, Offord Cluny from the south-west, showing tower, nave, south aisle and south porch. Trees in leaf with path and rough grass in foreground.
PH/OFF.C/03All Saints' Church, Offord Cluny from the north-west, showing the tower, north aisle and nave. Trees in leaf on either side. Gravestones to the left with rough grass in foreground.
PH/OFF.C/04All Saints' Church, Offord Cluny from the south-east, showing the chancel, nave, south aisle, porch and tower.
PH/OFF.C/05All Saints' Church, Offord Cluny: interior view looking east down the nave, showing the chancel arch, pulpit to the left, lectern to the right, nave arcade and pews in foreground, hanging lamps
PH/OFF.C/06All Saints' Church, Offord Cluny: a carved wooden cornice with "1629 W.S." carved on it: photographed out of doors in the churchyard..
PH/OFF.D/01a-bSt Peter's Church, Offord Darcy from the north-east, showing the chancel, nave, north aisle and tower, gravestones and rough grass in foreground..
PH/OFF.D/02St Peter's Church, Offord Darcy from the south east, with part of churchyard and gravestones in foreground, showing ivy clad walls and trees in leaf. Image slightly blurred.
PH/OFF.D/03St Peter's Church, Offord Darcy: interior view from the west showing chancel arch with top of screen, nave and nave arcade, hanging lamps with shades. Pulpit to the left and pews on either side of nave.
PH/OFF.D/04St Peter's Church, Offord Darcy: interior view from the west showing chancel arch with top of screen, nave and nave arcade, hanging lamps with shades. Pulpit to the left and pews.
PH/OFF.D/05St Peter's Church, Offord Darcy: interior view from the west showing chancel arch, nave arcade on either side, pulpit to the right, lectern to the left and pews on either side in foreground.
PH/OFF.D/06a-bSt Peter's Church, Offord Darcy: a rubbing of the Pabenham brass showing Sir Lawrence Pabenham and his two wives, Elizabeth and Joan, bottom halves of the figures missing but inscription at bottom still there.
PH/OFF.D/07a-bSt Peter's Church, Offord Darcy: a rubbing of the Taylard brass showing Dr William Taylard, a kneeling man in accademic robes. Written below the rubbing is "An Ecclesiastic, in Academical Dress & Doctor's Cap c.1530 Offord D'Arcy, Hunts."
PH/OFF.D/08The Ouse at Offord Darcy showing church to left and house to right on the far bank, surrounded by trees in leaf, railway signal to right and small boat on left. The whole image of the above reflected in the water.
PH/OFF.D/09River view at Offord Darcy showing reed bed, part of house on left foreground, with cottage and large mill building in distance.
PH/OHRST/01St Peter's Church, Oldhurst from the south, showing three windows and a door, with the carved wooden cross on the roof.
PH/OHRST/02St Peter's Church, Oldhurst from the south-east, showing three windows and a door in the nave and the east window; cross on roof shaded by a tiny roof of its own.
PH/OHRST/03St Peter's Church, Oldhurst from the south-west, showing three windows and a door on the south wall; one window and two modern recesses for bells in the west wall; cross on roof shaded by a tiny roof.
PH/OHRST/04a-bThe Abbots Chair at Oldhurst, in open country with a road in the background.
PH/OHRST/05The Old Barn, Oldhurst: showing barn with thatched roof, brick and beam walls. Brick building to the left behind brick walls either side of five barred gate. Unmade road in foreground.
PH/ORT.L/01Holy Trinity Church, Orton Longueville from the south, showing chancel, nave, south porch and tower. Gravestones in the foreground. Church has ivy clad walls with trees in leaf on either side.
PH/ORT.L/02a-dHoly Trinity Church, Orton Longueville from the south-east, showing chancel, nave, south porch and tower. Gravestones in the foreground, ivy clad walls, trees without leaf in background. Part of the roof of Orton Hall visible in the left background.
PH/ORT.L/03a-bHoly Trinity Church, Orton Longueville from the east, showing chancel, north aisle and tower with a three-storey building (Orton Hall) in the background. Churchyard and trees without leaf in foreground.
PH/ORT.L/04a-dHoly Trinity Church, Orton Longueville: part of the south side of the chancel with wooden door, tall window and niche with ivy clad walls. Path and grass in foreground.
PH/ORT.L/05a-bHoly Trinity Church, Orton Longueville: exterior view of a doorway in the chancel showing wrought iron work and ivy clad wall.
PH/ORT.L/06Holy Trinity Church, Orton Longueville: the same door as in PH/ORT.L/05 seen from a little further back, with part of window to the left with ivy clad wall. Path and grass in foreground.
PH/ORT.L/07 a-dHoly Trinity Church, Orton Longueville: the tomb of Frank Buckle, the jockey, a table tomb with iron railings round it and the church beyond. Trees without leaf in background and one evergreen tree.
PH/ORT.L/08a-bHoly Trinity Church, Orton Longueville: interior view of the chancel showing the altar, east window and pews in foreground.
PH/ORT.L/09a-bHoly Trinity Church, Orton Longueville: interior view looking east from the nave to the chancel, showing the arcade and chancel arch with pews, pulpit, altar etc., and hanging lamps.
PH/ORT.L/10Holy Trinity Church, Orton Longueville: interior view of the nave looking west to the tower arch, pews in foreground. Ladders in background. Photo blurred.
PH/ORT.L/11a-eOrton Longueville Hall: a three-storeyed building with castellated pediment and mullioned windows; part of a two-storey house behind it on the right. Hedge, road and tree trunk in foreground.
PH/ORT.L/12a- gThe Rectory, Orton Longueville: two-storeyed stone and tile building with dormer in roof, sun screen covering door in centre of house. Lawn and trees in leaf in foreground.
PH/ORT.L/13a-bThe Rectory, Orton Longueville: two-storeyed stone and tile building with dormer. Lawn and trees in leaf in foreground.
PH/ORT.L/14The Rectory, Orton Longueville: the same view as in PH/ORT.L/13 but taken from further back and very blurred on the left.
PH/ORT.L/15The Rectory, Orton Longueville: the same view as in PH/ORT.L/13.
PH/S.NEO/007a-cSt Mary's Church, St Neots from the north-east, showing chancel, vestry, north aisle, nave, porch and tower. Railings in foreground with low bushes, trees without leaf in background.
PH/S.NEO/008St Mary's Church, St Neots: the tower from the south, with part of nave and south aisle. Yew trees in foreground.
PH/S.NEO/009St Mary's Church, St Neots from the south-east, showing chancel, south aisle, nave, porch and tower. Gravestones and low bushes of yew and box in foreground.
PH/S.NEO/010St Mary's Church, St Neots: close-up exterior view of the tower from the south west, showing also part of the nave, and south aisle, gravestones and low bushes in foreground.
PH/S.NEO/011St Mary's Church, St Neots from the south-west, showing chancel, south aisle, porch, nave and tower. Gravestones and trees in leaf behind low churchyard wall in foreground. Buildings to the left in background.
PH/S.NEO/012St Mary's Church, St Neots: interior view of the the nave looking east to the chancel, showing nave arcade, lectern (right) and pulpit (left), pews and hexagonal font in foreground.
PH/S.NEO/013St Mary's Church, St Neots: interior view from the chancel, of the nave looking west to the tower, west window and west door. Showing nave arcade, pews, part of screen of south aisle chapel, and lectern.
PH/S.NEO/014St Mary's Church, St Neots: the north chancel screen with chancel pews in front and organ behind.
PH/S.NEO/015St Mary's Church, St Neots: the screen, east of the north aisle, with organ behind.
PH/S.NEO/016St Mary's Church, St Neots: the south chancel screen and chancel pews.
PH/S.NEO/017St Mary's Church, St Neots: the south aisle, pews and screen, pillar in foreground.
PH/S.NEO/018St Mary's Church, St Neots: the screen of the south aisle chapel, and pews.
PH/S.NEO/019a-bSt Mary's Church, St Neots: looking east through the nave to the chancel, showing the chancel arch, nave arcade and nave, with pews on either side looking to the east window.
PH/S.NEO/020St Mary's Church, St Neots: looking west from the south aisle chancel chapel, showing south aisle and south aisle screen, nave arcade, poppyhead-topped pews and pulpit.
PH/S.NEO/021a-eSt Mary's Church, St Neots: memorial wall plaque to Archdeacon Thomas Hodgson (died 1921), with elaborate carved stone surround.
PH/S.NEO/022a-cSt Mary's Church, St Neots: memorial wall tablet to George Fydell Rowley Esq., for many years Chairman of the Huntingdonshire County Council, 1851-1933.
PH/S.NEO/023a-bSt Mary's Church, St Neots: ornate carved wooden screen in interior of church.
PH/S.NEO/024a-bHall Place, Cambridge Street, showing the street front of the house with wall and railings in front and cottages behind.
PH/S.NEO/025Hall Place, St Neots, showing the garden side of the house with large lawn in foreground, flower beds, trees without leaf.
PH/S.NEO/026Hall Place, St Neots showing the garden front of the house with lawn, flower beds, and trees without leaf, railings in foreground.
PH/S.NEO/027The Vicarage, St Neots, showing the garden front of two-storeyed house with tall chimneys (mock 17th-century style), rose arches, lawn, lean-to conservatory, trees in leaf.
PH/S.NEO/028View looking east down St Neots High street from the junction with New Street, showing shops and buildings on either side, awnings, and Freeman Hardy and Willis signboard above shop on corner in left foreground.
PH/S.NEO/029a-bSt Neots: north side of the Market Square, showing Cross Keys Hotel and shops, with awnings. Market Square in foreground and Market Cross to right.
PH/S.NEO/030St Neots: north side of the Market Square, looking north-west to the Cross Keys Hotel and shops, with smoking chimneys behind. Figures of people and various boxes and crates piled up on square.
PH/S.NEO/031St Neots: the gates to Priory Park, showing large wrought iron gates with stone pillars and wooden fence on either side, trees in background.
PH/S.NEO/032St Neots: medieval stone corn measure, on brick plinth, in open space on grass.
PH/S.NEO/033a-b"Bunyan's Anvil": a tinker's anvil found at St Neots in 1905. A tapering metal object with flanges at top and near the bottom, and "J. Bunyan" scratched on one side.
PH/S.NEO/034Hen Brook, St Neots, looking east, showing brook reflecting the trees on either side, small boats and canoe moored on left. Wooden building on left in background, brick wall on left in foreground.
PH/S.NEO/035St Neots: the Great Ouse river, showing expanse of river with low grassy bank in foreground. Tree (without leaf) lined far bank with rising ground behind, and cottage in distance.
PH/S.NEO/036a-bSt Neots: the Great Ouse river, showing large area of water with reflections of leafless trees on either bank.
PH/S.NEO/037a-bSt Neots: distant view of the Paper Mill across water meadows and river. Trees in leaf on either side.
PH/S.NEO/038a-bSt Neots: the Paper Mill from across the Ouse, showing Mill buildings to the right of picture across river and footpath, grassy bank and bench on near bank in foreground. Trees without leaf reflected in still water.
PH/S.NEO/039a-cThe Old Bridge, St Neots, from the south (upstream) side, showing four arches, river to the right of picture with small skiff moored by grassy bank, buildings at the right hand end of bridge. Trees in leaf on left bank.
PH/S.NEO/040a-bThe Old Bridge, St Neots, the south side showing three arches with large expanse of river in foreground. Small area of grass bank in left foreground with trees in leaf, small boat on river with three people in it. Tall chimney on east bank behind the bridge.
PH/S.NEO/041St Neots Bridge from the north showing the east bank and three arches, with meadow grass in the foreground, buildings behind, and trees in leaf.
PH/S.NEO/042Old houses in Huntingdon Street, St Neots: two-storeyed buildings, the near one jettied with steep roofs and small windows. A terrace beyond, with trees and shrubs to the left behind fencing. Road with pavements in foreground.
PH/S.NEO/043St Mary's Church, St Neots: a distant view of the tower surrounded by trees, with a two storey house to the right and rough grass in foreground.
PH/S.NEO/044The procession for Queen Victoria'a Diamond Jubilee in the High Street, looking west from the Cross: elaborately decorated horse-drawn vehicles with many spectators on foot, flags and bunting on the houses.
PH/S.NEO/045St Mary's Church, St Neots: interior view looking east down the nave with the north arcade, part of the north aisle, pews with poppyheads and the font in the foreground.
PH/S.NEO/046St Mary's Church, St Neots: a stained glass window of four lights in Perpendicular tracery with figures.
PH/S.NEO/047The Wesleyan School, St Neots: a two-storey building with central block and two wings, with roof lights, decorative chimneys and coin work. Fencing and rough grass in foreground. Several people standing and sitting in front of school.
PH/S.NEO/048A view of St Neots from the south, presumably taken from the tower of Eynesbury Church: streets, houses and greenhouses in the foreground with St Neots Parish Church prominent behind. Clear and detailed.
PH/S.NEO/049St Neots Market Square looking east from near the north-west corner, with two and three storey buildings on either side, the parish church tower on the right in the background. Pony and traps with people walking, some furniture stacked on pavement on left.
PH/S.NEO/050A print of St Neots Market Place, looking east with the Cross Keys sign in the left foreground and the parish church tower visible in the background. Elaborate lamp standard in the centre.
PH/S.NEO/051A yard in South Street, St Neots, showing the entrance under a built-over arch, with two-storey house to the right with tiled roof, woman on bicycle entering under the arch, two boys playing in the foreground watched by a man in breeches and bowler hat.
PH/S.NEO/052High Street, St Neots, looking along the north side from No. 1 in the foreground to the Assembly Rooms on the corner of Huntingdon Street in the background. Awnings shade the shop windows and there are passers-by and two hand carts in the street.
PH/S.NEO/053 St Neots Market Place looking east from near the north-west corner, with the parish church tower in the background on the right. Ponies, carts and people walking on square.
PH/S.NEO/054The New Inn, St Neots: a two-storey building with a boarded sign running along the top, with buildings either side and carriage entrance on the right. Horse-drawn vehicle standing in front of inn, driven by a man and two horses' heads held by man in cloth cap, waistcoat and shirt sleeves. Man with a dog on the pavement.
PH/S.NEO/055The Weir, St Neots: a horse and cattle in a pond, partly fenced, beside a raised fenced roadway, with a man standing beside the water.
PH/S.NEO/056Priory Hill, St Neots: a tree-lined avenue with two women with prams and two children standing in the middle.
PH/S.NEO/057St Neots Common: grass and an unmade road with buildings in the background, including "The Cannon Inn", and the parish church tower. Trees behind a fence on the left, girls in pinafores and bonnets, boys in caps.
PH/S.NEO/058St Neots Bridge from the south, showing three arches with decorative small arches under the parapet. Some buildings to the right at the river's edge, with water, rough grass and reeds in the foreground.
PH/S.NEO/059St Neots Bridge from the south, showing three arches with decorative small arches under the parapet. Some buildings on the water's edge to the right, and behind the bridge, a tall chimney in background. Man in a boat on the river. Rough grass and reeds in foreground.
PH/S.NEO/060a-bSt Neots Spa, showing the river with trees and bushes on either side, a man standing on the path by the river with a long fence behind.
PH/S.NEO/061St Neots Bridge from the north, showing three arch span with decorative small arches under parapet; small building to left (boathouse?), men in rowing boat approaching centre arch, large expanse of water in foreground with trees in leaf on either side, several people standing on bridge.
PH/S.NEO/062A houseboat on the river, decked with flags and with an awning over the upper storey.
PH/S.NEO/063St Neots Bridge: a view along the roadway towards the Market Square, with the parapet walls on either side, a gas lamp on the left side, and beyond the bridge (and partly hidden by it) the tops of buildings on the north side of the Market Square.
PH/S.NEO/064Plaster wall with decorative design - complicated curvilinear scrolls - with two vertical beams.
PH/S.NEO/065Gates of the original Hall Place, St Neots: a pair of decorative wrought iron gates with two stone piers supported by a capped brick wall. View of gardens through gates.
PH/S.NEO/066A drawing by Francis Stukeley of enamelled medieval reliquary: roofed shape like a miniature house with pictures along the sides.
PH/S.NEO/067Two views of the Alfred Jewel: oval jewel with picture ?of St Neot in enamel: two photographs showing the front and back.
PH/S.NEO/068Rev Harker: head-and-shoulders full-face portrait of a moustached man with spectacles wearing a collar and tie.
PH/S.NEO/069A garden with trees and shrubs, path lined with low hedge to the right, with a row of small trees leading to an open gate, iron railings in background. Brick wall of building on left. Man seated in deckchair and woman standing in doorway of summer house.
PH/S.NEO/070Charles Percival Rowley: three-quarter length portrait, seated holding papers in right hand and stick in left, wearing waistcoat and jacket with lighter coloured trousers.
PH/S.NEO/071Rev F. Newman: head-and-shoulders portrait of a man dressed all in black with a full beard and moustache.
PH/S.NEO/072A group of musicians with wind instuments, in fancy dress costume including false noses and moustaches and various hats.
PH/S.NEO/073Joseph Wright of St Neots: head-and-shoulders full-face portrait of a middle-aged man with moustache and pionted beard.
PH/S.NEO/074Mrs. J. Middleton: full-length portrait of a middle-aged lady in a wide, dark-coloured crinoline and a bonnet tied with wide lappets under her chin, holding a parasol, and seated beside a small table.
PH/S.NEO/075J. Ibbets: a young man in a garden standing against an ivy covered wall or hedge with houses in the background.
PH/S.NEO/076Rev. Studdey: head-and-shoulders full-face portrait of a bearded man wearing a high buttoned jacket.
PH/S.NEO/077Miss Fisher: head-and-shoulders full-face portrait of a lady wearing a high-necked dress with a brooch at the throat.
PH/S.NEO/078Thomas Huckle: head-and-shoulders full-face portrait of a young man with moustache and side whiskers, wearing a high-buttoned jacket and cravat.
PH/S.NEO/079Joseph Wilcox: half-length seated portrait of a bearded man wearing a high-buttoned waistcoat and a jacket.
PH/S.NEO/080Rev James Gunn: full-length seated portrait showing an elderly bearded man sitting on a chair in the garden, wearing a bow tie, waistcoat and hat. Trees and a building in the background.
PH/S.NEO/081Group photograph of boys at the Wesleyan School: four rows of boys sitting and standing with two men in the back row.
PH/S.NEO/082a-bDavid R. Tomson: an old man with a white beard on a seat in a garden, against a wooden building with plants growing up the walls, a pile of leather bound books on the seat beside him and one on his lap, and a water butt against the wall to his left.
PH/S.NEO/083David R. Tomson: an elderly man with a white beard wearing a long jacket, standing in profile in a book-lined room, with piles of books on the floor beside him.
PH/S.NEO/084Tom Spencer: an old man sitting on the grass holding a pipe, shrubs and trellis in the background.
PH/S.NEO/085A painting perhaps of George Dawson Rowley: a young man with bushy side whiskers, shown three-quarter length with check trousers and waistcoat with a dark coat over them, a double-barrelled shotgun leaning up to the right.
PH/S.NEO/086Mrs Thomas Huckle: full-face portrait of an old lady wearing a lace mob cap and lace jabot at the neck of a dark dress.
PH/S.NEO/087Group photograph of Bowling Club members, showing five rows of men, some sitting or standing, outside a wooden building with four windows, rough grass in the foreground.
PH/S.NEO/088a-bThe opening of St Neots Spa in 1905: industrial buildings in the background and the river in front, with many people in boats or on the river bank. A structure of wooden poles beside the parapet is decorated with flags and bunting.
PH/S.NEO/089The Spa Football Team, St Neots: fifteen men standing or sitting, and a man in the middle holding a ball. Wooden building with tiled roof in the background.
PH/S.NEO/090Stained glass window in memory of Harriet Goodgames, 1922: two cinquefoil lights with a quatrefoil above, the design in the main lights showing the presentation of the child Jesus to Simeon; inscription below gives details of Miss Goodgames.
PH/S.NEO/091a-cSt Neots Football Team 1894-1895: eleven men in football strip with a linesman in plain clothes, standing and sitting in front of a ?pavilion with a trophy cup in front of them.
PH/S.NEO/092St Neots Football Team, showing fourteen men sitting and standing, one with a football at his feet. A cup and a shield in foreground. A small hut with a tree to the left in the background.
PH/S.NEO/093St Neots Football Team, showing eleven men sitting and standing, one with a football between his knees. A hut in the background with a boy on the left and boys on the right.
PH/S.NEO/094St Neots Homing Pigeon Society, showing a group of men, some with hats and caps on, three of them in a car behind the group. Building with three windows and a door behind, with houses to the right.
PH/S.NEO/095A sports team (football perhaps, but the boots and socks seem lighter-weight than those of other football teams in these pictures, so could perhaps be runners or the like?): 26 men, mostly young, sitting and standing in three rows, mostly wearing striped shirts with shorts, some with badges pinned to their shirts; some men in normal clothes, including a clergyman in the back row. Behind them is a house with a bay window and latticing
PH/S.NEO/096The procession for Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee in the High Street, looking west from the Cross: a brass band in the foreground, bicycles and decorated horse-drawn vehicles behind, many spectators, flags and bunting on the houses.
PH/S.NEO/097The procession for Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee in the High Street, showing various horse-drawn vehicles with spectators on either side and the houses decorated with flags and bunting.
PH/S.NEO/098St Neots Bridge from the south, showing span with three arches over river. Buildings with tall chimneys and houses in the background. Trees to the left, area of grass in the foreground.
PH/S.NEO/099New Street Baptist Chapel showing a large two-storey building with two doors and notice boards on either side. Attached to the Chapel is a two-storey building with bay windows and a smaller house attached. Iron railings and gates in front of the buildings and a street in the foreground.
PH/S.NEO/100The Cannon Inn, St Neots, showing a large building with several windows and chimneys, houses on either side. A man, woman and baby standing in doorway with bicycles resting against the wall. Ivy-clad walls to the side, inn sign to the left.
PH/S.NEO/101St Neots Market Square in the flood of November 1894: looking down from some high vantage point on the south side of the square towards the north-east corner, with water covering much of the street, and some spectators in the foreground.
PH/S.NEO/102S. Wright's pork butcher's shop at No. 6 Huntingdon Street: a pair of cottages with a signboard above the window of the right-hand one: "S. Wright, Sly's Noted Sausages". A girl in a gym slip leans on the corner of the building to the left.
PH/S.NEO/103Mill Lane, St Neots, showing snow-covered trees, hedgerows and ground. Two men sitting on bridge wall with woman walking in centre of lane.
PH/S.NEO/104William Ratchelous: a bearded man wearing a top hat and holding a plant in a flower pot, standing in a doorway near a cold frame. Ivy-clad walls behind him and plant pots to the left.
PH/S.NEO/105An oak tree, St Neots, showing a large tree standing beside a road, by a grass verge, hedgerow behind. Roadway stretching into the background with a man just visible to the right in the foreground.
PH/S.NEO/106-19Photographs of the handwriting exhibits in the trial of Walter Horsford for the St Neots murder - the trial taking place at Huntingdon on Wednesday 1st to Monday 6th June 1898: see special editions of the Hunts County News.
PH/S.NEO/106a-bThe notorious "Dear Annie" letter, photographed as an exhibit in the trial of Walter Horsford: the full text on one side of a folded piece of paper, with a note by PC J.A. Purser and the initials of Benjamin Horsford Mash (brother of the victim and cousin of the murderer) authenticating the handwriting.
PH/S.NEO/107a-bThe note - "Take in a little water, etc." sent by Walter Horsford with the poison to his victim Annie Holmes and photographed as an exhibit at his trial.
PH/S.NEO/108a-bPart of the account of the Coroner's proceedings at the inquest into the death of Annie Holmes, including the statement by Walter Horsford that he had never written to her or sent her anything, with Horsford's signature against this paragraph. This photograph used as one of the exhibits in the trial.
PH/S.NEO/109An unfinished letter by Walter Horsford asking someone to see to some repairs, presumably photographed as an exhibit - no doubt to prove his hand writing - at his trial.
PH/S.NEO/110A scrap of paper with a pencilled address on it (a surgeon at Raunds), and marked by PC Purser that he received it from B.H. Mash - presumably photographed as an exhibit at Walter Horsford's murder trial in 1898.
PH/S.NEO/111A piece of blotting paper with the imprint of a message about bringing and fixing a copper for Mrs Horsford - photographed as an exhibit at Walter Horsford's murder trial.
PH/S.NEO/112a-bA piece of blotting paper with imprints of addresses and messages on it, photographed as an exhibit at Walter Horsford's murder trial.
PH/S.NEO/113A letter from Walter Horsford sent in November 1897 - the recipient and subject not clear from the contents - and presumably photographed as an exhibit at his murder trial.
PH/S.NEO/114A letter written by Walter Horsford, referring to "the claim for damage to furniture" and "the goods manager", photographed as an exhibit at his trial for murder.
PH/S.NEO/115A bill to B. Mash from Walter Horsford's father, but receipted and signed by Walter Horsford and photographed as an exhibit for his trial for murder.
PH/S.NEO/116a-bOne side of a letter from Walter Horsford to his cousin Benjamin Mash, referring to a sheep of Horsford's that he says has got mixed up with Mash's flock - photographed as an exhibit at Horsford's murder trial.
PH/S.NEO/117a-bThe other side of the letter shown in PH/S.NEO/116.
PH/S.NEO/118The piece of paper marked "1 dose Take as told", with the initials of B.H. Mash and PC J. Purser, photographed as an exhibit at the trial of Walter Horsford.
PH/S.NEO/119A swine fever certificate bearing the signature of Walter Horsford and photographed as an exhibit at his trial for murder.
PH/S.NEO/120a-bThe interior of the Congregational Church at? St Neots: showing pulpit below traceried window with pulpit to the right and pews in the foregroud; hanging lamps under the elaborate woodwork of the roof.
PH/S.NEO/121The Cannon Inn, St Neots, showing three mounted huntsmen with a pack of hounds outside a two-storey building with four chimneys, street in foreground.
PH/S.NEO/122St Neots and District F.C. showing men seated and standing, some dressed in football kit and some wearing suits. Trophies and a ball in the centre of the group. Trees in the background with rough grass in foreground.
PH/S.NEO/123St Neots and District F.C. showing men seated and standing, some dressed in football kit and two wearing suits. A trophy and stand with football in the foreground. A building and glasshouse in the background.
PH/S.NEO/124St Neots and District F.C. showing men kneeling and standing, some dressed in football kit and others dressed in suits and hats. A trophy on stand and eleven small trophies in foreground. A large building surrounded by trees in the background.
PH/S.NEO/125St Neots and District F.C. showing men seated and standing, some dressed in football kit, others dressed in suits in front of picture. Fence with hedging and trees in the background. Two trophies on stands with ball in front of players with a sign "St Neots F.C. 1932-33".
PH/S.NEO/126St Neots and District F.C. showing men seated and standing, some dressed in football kit, others dressed in suits, one holding a ball. A trophy on stand with a sign "St Neots 2nd. XI 1927-8. Winners Beds League 2nd Div." in the foreground. With hedge in the background.
PH/S.NEO/127St Neots football team of 1888-89: eleven players in football kit, sitting and standing with a ball and a table holding the Fellowes Cup; hedge and trees behind.
PH/S.NEO/128This number not used.
PH/S.NEO/129St Neots Cricket Club, showng men seated and standing, most wearing whites and four in dark clothes. A trophy on a stand in front, with buildings in the background.
PH/S.NEO/130St Neots and District Football Club 1921-22, showing the team, six standing and five sitting, with two officials on either side. Trophy and ball in front of centre player. Greenhouse to the right, house surrounded by trees in the background.
PH/S.NEO/131St Neots and District football team photgraph, showing players and members standing, some seated on chairs, some sitting on grass. Two trophies and ball in front of centre player. Greenhouses to the right, house surrounded by trees in the background.
PH/S.NEO/132St Neots and District Football Club, showing team and manager. Three trophies and ball in front of centre player, spectator stand in background with emblem on roof.
PH/S.NEO/133St Neots Bowling Club team, showing members standing and sitting with trophy on a box in the foreground surrounded by woods.
PH/S.NEO/134This number not used.
PH/S.NEO/135St Neots & District Local Defence Volunters during the First World War: a group photograph of many men in uniform, with a few youngsters in civilian clothes to the right and a boy scout in the centre front; sitting and standing on grass with mature trees behind.
PH/S.NEO/136St Neots Market Square on Market Day about 1935: looking east from a raised position near the north-west corner, with stalls, cars and lorries in the Square, the church tower visible behind. Cars, costume and a pram give a fine sense of the period.
PH/S.NEO/137Shops on the north side of St Neots High street (nos. 33 & 35) the left-hand one with "Moore and Son" over the door but with blinds drawn and "To Let" signs; the right-hand one (35) a newsagent with the name "M.J. Buxton". In a terrace of 19th-century houses with the tower of the Congregational Chapel behind.
PH/S.NEO/138Green End, showing unmade road with pavement to the right and raised grass bank to the left. Houses on either side with children and perambulators to the left. Men with dog to the right, one sitting on split rail fence. Trees everywhere.
PH/S.NEO/139A painting of George Dawson Rowley: a young man with side whiskers dressed in checked trousers and waistcoat and dark overcoat, holding a walking stick and with a gun leaning up on his left: three-quarter length portrait.
PH/S.NEO/140 a-eSt Mary's Church, St Neots: the tower screen, elaborately carved wooden screen with memorial wall plaques visible behind.
PH/S.NEO/141a-bSt Mary's Church, St Neots: a stained glass window (seen from inside the church) with figures in the panels.
PH/S.NEO/142St Mary's Church, St Neots: interior view showing part of a side wall with part of a stained glass window, doors behind and pews in the foreground.
PH/S.NEO/143St Mary's Church, St Neots: interior view looking up into arches with parts of two carved wooden screens visible.
PH/SAWTY/01a-dSt Andrew's Church, Sawtry (demolished 1879): general view from the south-east, showing dormer windows above the nave, the building evidently in a poor state of repair. A crack presumably from an original glass negative runs across the left of the picture.
PH/SAWTY/02a-dAll Saints' Church, Sawtry (demolished 1879): from the west, showing the tower, with part of the nave and south transept, trees and fencing in front.
PH/SAWTY/03a-dAll Saints' Church, Sawtry (demolished 1879): from the north-east showing the chancel, north transept and tower, with churchyard in the foreground - recently mowed with heaps of grass cuttings around; some damage to the original picture from which these prints were taken, at the left side.
PH/SAWTY/04The new All Saint's Church, Sawtry: from the west showing west wall of nave with two-light windows with a buttress between and a gable above with bellcote. Trees in leaf on either side, wooden fencing and gates in the foreground.
PH/SAWTY/05The new All Saint's Church, Sawtry: interior view looking east down the nave to the chancel, chancel arch and nave arcade (left side only) and the north aisle. Pulpit to the right, lectern to the left of chancel arch, prie dieu in front of chancel with hanging lamps in nave
PH/SAWTY/06All Saint's Church, Sawtry, a distant view from the north with gravestones in the foreground.
PH/SAWTY/07All Saint's Church, Sawtry: a 13th-century window reset in the Victorian building, two-light with roundel at the top, seen from the outside.
PH/SAWTY/08a-dAll Saint's Church, Sawtry (demolished 1879): looking east from the end of the nave into the chancel, with the south transept to the right; furnished with pews throughout.
PH/SAWTY/09The new All Saint's Church, Sawtry: interior view looking east through the nave to the chancel, showing chancel arch, nave arches and part of the north aisle to the left. Pews in foreground.
PH/SAWTY/10The new All Saint's Church, Sawtry: interior view showing the organ, with chancel arch and nave arches in background. Lamp and pews in foreground.
PH/SAWTY/11All Saint's Church, Sawtry: a rubbing of the brass of Sir William le Moyne and his wife Mary, man in armour with camail and bascinet, his wife in veiled head dress, tight buttoned sleeves, mantle etc. With part of marginal inscription. Part of the knight's helm not rubbed but marked in in black.
PH/SAWTY/12All Saint's Church, Sawtry: the brass of Sir William le Moyne and his wife Mary, set in a stone slab which is fastened upright to the wall, with pews to the right.
PH/SAWTY/13a-dAll Saint's Church, Sawtry: the brass of Sir William le Moyne and his wife Mary, set in a stone slab which is fastened upright to the wall, with part of a pew to the right.
PH/SAWTY/14a-bAll Saint's Church, Sawtry: the brass of Sir William le Moyne and his wife Mary, standing upright with the stone slab fastened to the wall by brackets.
PH/SAWTY/15Stones, presumably from Sawtry Abbey, at Sawtry Rectory: a carefully stacked-up heap of carved stones, on grass with tree trunks and a metal fence behind.
PH/SAWTY/16Stones, presumably from Sawtry Abbey, at Sawtry Rectory: a stack of various carved stones, on grass with shrubbery behind.
PH/SAWTY/17Stones, presumably from Sawtry Abbey, at Sawtry Rectory: carved stones from columns and arcades, carefully stacked up on grass with trees and rustic seats in the background.
PH/SAWTY/18Stones, presumably from Sawtry Abbey, at Sawtry Rectory: a carefully stacked-up heap of carved stones from pillars and columns, on grass with shrubbery behind.
PH/SAWTY/19Stones, presumably from Sawtry Abbey, at Dr Newton's house: a heap of carved stones, similar to those shown at the Rectory in PH/SAWTY/15-18, with part of the outside wall of a house behind.
PH/SAWTY/20Carved stones, the same ones or very similar to those shown in PH/SAWTY/19, at Dr Garrood's house: the stones arranged on grass with shrubbery and the house visible behind them.
PH/SAWTY/21Stones, presumably from Sawtry Abbey, at Whitehall, Sawtry: carved stones arranged on a gravel path with a flower bed behind.
PH/SAWTY/22a-bImpressions of three seals of Sawtry Abbey.
PH/SAWTY/23Sawtry Rectory: house with ivy-clad walls, church to the right, expanse of grass and railings in foreground.
PH/SAWTY/24Abbey Farm, Sawtry: the end of a half-timbered and stone building with trees in leaf to the right.
PH/SAWTY/25Half a broken beehive quern.
PH/SAWTY/26Carved stones from Sawtry Abbey, on grass with trees and a motor car in the background.
PH/SAWTY/27An elaborately decorated clock and two urns, presented by tenants at Sawtry and elsewhere, 1877; with classical motifs, the clock with two female figures reclining on the top.
PH/SOMER/01Somersham parish church from the south-west, showing the tower, nave, south aisle and porch and part of the chancel. Trees, gravestones and rough grass in the foreground.
PH/SOMER/02Somersham parish church from the south, showing the tower, nave, south aisle, porch and chancel. Long path to the left with gravestones and trees in the background, rough grass in the foreground.
PH/SOMER/03Somersham parish church from the south, showing the tower, nave, south aisle, porch and chancel; a tree and gravestones in the foreground.
PH/SOMER/04Somersham parish church from the south, showing the tower, nave, south aisle, porch and chancel; a tree and gravestones in the foreground.
PH/SOMER/05Somersham parish church from the south-east, showing the tower, nave, south aisle, chancel and part of the porch; gravestones in the foreground, foliage to the right.
PH/SOMER/06Somersham parish church from the south-west, showing the tower, nave, south aisle and porch and part of the chancel; trees to left and right and gravestones in the churchyard.
PH/SOMER/07Somersham parish church from the north-west, showing the chancel, nave, north aisle and porch and the tower, the latter partly hidden by a tree in the right foreground; path leading from the north porch, gravestones all round.
PH/SOMER/08Somersham parish chuch from the south-west, showing the tower, nave, south aisle and porch and part of the chancel, gravestones in the foreground.
PH/SOMER/09a-bSomersham parish church: interior view in 1929-30 looking east down the nave and into the chancel, showing the nave arcades, especially the north one, and the font prominent in the foreground.
PH/SOMER/10Somersham parish church: interior view in 1929-30, very similar to PH/SOMER/09.
PH/SOMER/11Somoersham parish church: interior view looking east down the nave and into the chancel, showing pews and the font in the foreground.
PH/SOMER/12Rubbing of a brass from Somersham parish church: priest in mass vestments holding chalice and wafer.
PH/SOMER/13Somersham railway station, looking north up the Chatteris road, with footbridge and signal.
PH/SOMER/14The George Inn on the south-west corner of the Cross in Somersham High Street: advertising "Marshall Bros. Noted Ales" with "Palmer Butler" given as the licensee's name.
PH/SOMER/15Part of Somersham High Street, looking west from the corner of Rectory Lane: the King William IV visible on the right.
PH/SOMER/16The Rose and Crown Hotel on the north-west corner of the Cross in Somersham High Street: notice board on the end wall reads "Rose and Crown Hotel, Free House, Clement Lamb Proprietor, Ind Coopes Romford Ales and Stout in Bottles and Casks, Wines and Spirits, Posting in all Branches".
PH/SOMER/17Somersham High Street, looking east from nearly opposite Goodenough's chemist's shop (present-day Andersons). The Six Bells visible on the north side of the street, next to the railings of Wistaria House; the Lamb shown on the south side.
PH/SOMER/18The south side of the Cross and the west side of Church Street, Somersham, with the church tower in the background.
PH/SOMER/19Church Street, Somersham, looking south with the churchyard trees and wall in the right foreground.
PH/SOMER/20Somersham High Street looking west from the Cross with the George Inn in the foreground.
PH/SOMER/21Somersham High Street looking west from the corner of Rectory Lane, taken from a point opposite where PH/SOMER/15 was taken: "A. Cox, Boots Shoes & Clothier" in the foreground, on the corner of Rectory Lane, the King William IV further back along the High Street.
PH/SOMER/22A street scene in Somersham, location unknown.
PH/SOMER/23Part of Somersham High Street, exact location unknown, with the Prince of Wales Feathers pub on the right.
PH/SOMER/24Part of Somersham High Street, exact location unknown, with the Rising Sun pub in the left foreground - presumably taken looking west to judge by the shadows.
PH/SOMER/25Parkhall Road, Somersham, looking north from near the Cross.
PH/SOMER/26An isolated cottage with trees round it, location unknown, presumably on the outskirts of Somersham.
PH/SOMER/27The "St Ives 5 Miles" milestone on the road leading towards Pidley, here shown open and tree-lined but nowadays completely built up. A windmill with sails is visible in the background, presumably close to the Windmill pub on the junction of the St Ives and Pidley roads.
PH/SOMER/28Somersham railway station in September 1974: looking along the track bed between the platforms with building to left and right, each with a wooden canopy, the main building on the left of wood and the smaller building on the right of brick; in the distance (presumably north of the station) is a signal box.
PH/SOMER/29 a-bPart of Somersham railway station in September 1974: one of the station buildings, brick-built with a wooden canopy, standing on the platform and seen from the track bed.
PH/SOMER/30The remains of Somersham signal box in September 1974: a brick building with wooden upper storey and pitched roof, windows empty of glass and all fittings (including the name board) plainly removed; the weed-grown track bed in the foreground.
PH/SOMER/31 a-bSomersham High Street in 1916: looking along the street, presumably somewhere east of the Cross, with buildings on both sides including at least one with a pub signboard; a flagpole and a telegraph pole; a group of men in their shirt sleeves and two horses and carts.
PH/SOUTH/01a-bSt Leonard's Church, Southoe: a general view from the south-east, showing chancel, nave, south aisle, porch and part of tower. Gravestones in churchyard with stone wall and wooden gate inn foreground. Trees in leaf in background.
PH/SOUTH/02St Leonard's Church, Southoe: a general view from the north-west showing tower, nave, north aisle and chancel, gravestones in the foreground.
PH/SOUTH/03St Leonard's Church, Southoe: a general view from the south-east, showing chancel, nave, south aisle, porch and part of tower. Gravestones in churchyard with stone wall and wooden gate in foreground. Trees without leaf in background.
PH/SOUTH/04a-bSt Leonard's Church, Southoe: a general view from the north-east showing chancel, part of nave, north aisle and tower. Houses to the left in background, gravestones in churchyard with hedge and stone wall in foreground, trees in leaf behind.
PH/SOUTH/05a-bSt Leonard's Church, Southoe: a general view from the south-east, showing chancel, nave, south aisle, porch and part of tower. Gravestones in churchyard, stone wall wih wooden construction against it in foreground, trees in leaf .
PH/SOUTH/06a-bSt Leonard's Church, Southoe, from the west showing tower and nave. House to the right in background, evergreen tree in foreground.
PH/SOUTH/07St Leonard's Church, Southoe: a close view from the north showing parts of chancel, nave, tower with clock and north aisle. Gravestones in foreground.
PH/SOUTH/08St Leonard's Church, Southoe: a close view from the north showing parts of chancel, nave, tower with clock, north aisle and north doorway. Railings and headstone cross in left foreground.
PH/SOUTH/09a-cSt Leonard's Church, Southoe, showing the Norman door with carved stone columns and arch.
PH/SOUTH/10a-eSt Leonard's Church, Southoe, showing the Norman door with carved stone columns and arch.
PH/SOUTH/11St Leonard's Church, Southoe: an interior view looking east down the nave to the chancel showing the nave arcade, pulpit on the left, lectern on the right with pews in foreground.
PH/SOUTH/12St Leonard's Church, Southoe: an interior view looking west in the nave showing the south arcade, south door with round-headed arch and zig-zag carving and small door at west end; pews in foreground.
PH/SOUTH/13Houses in Southoe village, with a pub to the left, church in background, and trees in leaf to the right, man with dog on road.
PH/SOUTH/14Houses in Southoe village, showing a house and cottage on the left, the church in the background, a horse and cart and a small boy on the road; village green in foreground to right, trees in leaf.
PH/SOUTH/15a-bA large and rambling old house with several wings, with tiled roofs and complicated chimneys; an open door towards the right has "Southoe Post Office" on a sign over it and two girls in pinafores standing in front of it. Barns etc. in the right background; trees in leaf.
PH/SOUTH/16a-cSouthoe, showng a farmhouse set in a wide grass area with white gates leading to the drive in the foreground. End of barn on right in foreground, hedge on left.
PH/SOUTH/17a-bThe Great North Road near Southoe, showing the "Huntsman Thorn" on the right; on the left is a two-storey cottage with a single storey rear extension, surrounded by hedged garden, rough grass and telegraph pole in foreground.
PH/SPALD/01a-bSt James's Church, Spaldwick from the north-west, showing tower and lower part of spire, nave and part of chancel. Gravestones in foreground.
PH/SPALD/02a-fSt James's Church, Spaldwick: a general quite distant view from the south-east showing the chancel, nave, south aisle and steeple. Churchyard is surrounded by a fence, rough grass in the foreground.
PH/SPALD/03a-eSt James's Church, Spaldwick: a general view from the north showing the chancel, nave and steeple. Gravestones and rough grass in foreground.
PH/SPALD/04a-bSt James's Church, Spaldwick from the east showing the chancel, part of the south aisle, porch and steeple. Gravestones and rough grass in foreground.
PH/SPALD/05a-bSt James's Church, Spaldwick: a general view from the north-east showing the chancel, nave and steeple. Gravestones with iron railings in background, with bushes and outer railings in foreground.
PH/SPALD/06a-bSt James's Church, Spaldwick: a general view from the south showing the chancel, nave, south aisle and steeple. Bushes or overgrown hedge and fence in foreground.
PH/SPALD/07a-bSt James's Church, Spaldwick: a general view from the south-east showing the chancel, part of nave, south aisle, porch and steeple. Gravestones in front of church, with rough grass in foreground.
PH/SPALD/08St James's Church, Spaldwick: a general view from the north-east showing the chancel, nave and steeple. Trees on either side with gravestones and grass in foreground.
PH/SPALD/09a-dSt James's Church, Spaldwick: the porch and part of the south aisle. Railings to the left foreground with rough grass and gravestones.
PH/SPALD/10St James's Church, Spaldwick from the north-east showing the chancel, nave, and tower up to the base of the spire. Gravestones and grass in foreground.
PH/SPALD/11St James's Church, Spaldwick from the south-east showing the chancel, nave and the tower up to the base of the spire
PH/SPALD/12St James's Church, Spaldwick: the steeple and the roof of the nave, from the south-west.
PH/SPALD/13St James Church, Spaldwick: a general view from the south-west showing the steeple, nave and the south aisle. Trees in leaf in foreground.
PH/SPALD/14St James's Church, Spaldwick from the east, showing the east end of the chancel and part of the steeple, with railings and gravestones in foreground.
PH/SPALD/15St James's Church, Spaldwick: a general view from the east showing the chancel, south aisle, porch and steeple, with railings and gravestones in foreground.
PH/SPALD/16a-bSt James's Church, Spaldwick: a distant view from the south-west with houses and trees to the right and left of the church, large expanse of grass in foreground.
PH/SPALD/17a-kSt James's Church, Spaldwick: exterior view of a doorway with round-headed arch and distinctive carving on the arch and columns.
PH/SPALD/18a-dSt James's Church, Spaldwick: an interior view looking west to the south side of the nave, showing part of the south aisle, lamps and wrought iron screen.
PH/SPALD/19St James's Church, Spaldwick: an interior view looking east through the nave to the chancel, showing screen, pulpit on the left and pews.
PH/SPALD/20St James's Church, Spaldwick: an interior view looking east along the south aisle with screen and curtains to the Lady Chapel. Lamps and pews in foreground.
PH/SPALD/21St James's Church, Spaldwick: an interior view looking west along the nave to the tower arch, showing tower screen, pews and lamps in foreground.
PH/SPALD/22St James's Church, Spaldwick: an interior view looking into the east end of the south aisle showing the chantry screen and pews.
PH/SPALD/23St James's Church, Spaldwick: showing chalice and paten.
PH/SPALD/24St James's Church, Spaldwick: chalice with cover, paten and plate, and another chalice.
PH/SPALD/25a-dSpaldwick Vicarage: a large house with tall chimneys and elaborately carved barge boards behind a brick wall. Trees are in leaf, and grass in foreground.
PH/SPALD/26a-eSpaldwick Vicarage: a large house with tall chimneys and six dormer windows, decorated barge boards and large window over doorway. Rough ground and rustic fencing in foreground. Trees without leaf.
PH/SPALD/27a-bA two-storey house, showing a pair of chimneys and one dormer window behind a brick wall, with wooden gates. Trees are in leaf on road with houses to the right in the background.
PH/SPALD/28Part of a the same house as in PH/SPALD/27, showing one chimney and one dormer window, with wooden fence in foreground, trees in leaf.
PH/SPALD/29The same house as in PH/SPALD/27-8, showing sash windows with centre gable, wall and fence in foreground, with trees in leaf.
PH/SPALD/30The same picture as PH/SPALD/29 but with more of the house (shown much darker - part of a different photograph?) on the right side.
PH/SPALD/31a-bThe same house as in PH/SPALD/27-30, largely hidden behind trees and a fence with road in foreground.
PH/SPALD/32Another view of the house seen in PH/SPALD/27-31, with hipped roof, ivy-clad front wall, chimney and another building attached to the rear. Trees and shrubs on either side. Brick wall and picket fence with road in foreground.
PH/SPALD/33The usual two storey house, with ivy-clad front wall, chimney and a building attached to the rear. Trees and shrubs on either side. Part of a brick wall and picket fence with two gates, and road in foreground.
PH/SPALD/34A distant view of a house, showing chimney; wrought iron railings and trees in leaf on either side.
PH/SPALD/35a-dSpaldwick Bridge, three-arched with wooden fence in foreground, tree to the right of picture.
PH/SPALD/36a-bSpaldwick Bridge, three-arched with stone cutwaters, with water in foreground, trees in background.
PH/SPALD/37Spaldwick Bridge, three-arched with trees in leaf in background.
PH/SPALD/38Spaldwick Mill: brick-built tower mill with ogee wooden cap, sails missing and fantail broken. Three doors and a window in the building.
PH/SPALD/39a-cSpaldwick Village, showing road with houses on either side and church steeple in background. Pump with wooden fence around in foreground.
PH/SPALD/40Spaldwick Village, showing road with houses on either side and church steeple in background, and green in foreground.
PH/SPALD/41a-bSpaldwick Village, showing road with houses on either side and church steeple in background. Water pump on the Green in the foreground.
PH/SPALD/42Spaldwick Village, showing road with houses on either side and church steeple in background, water pump on the Village Green in the foreground.
PH/SPALD/43Three areas of fresco at the George Inn, Spaldwick, April 1938.
PH/STANG/01a-bSt John the Baptist's Church, Stanground: a general view from the south, showing chancel, nave, south aisle, south porch and tower. Lamp to the left of porch, gravestones in churchyard, brick wall with double gate in foreground. Trees in leaf on either side.
PH/STANG/02St John the Baptist's Church, Stanground: from the south, showing chancel, nave, south aisle, south porch and tower, gravestones in foreground.
PH/STANG/03St John the Baptist's Church, Stanground: from the south, showing chancel, nave, south aisle, south porch and tower, numerous gravestones in churchyard in the foreground, and brick wall.
PH/STANG/04St John the Baptist's Church, Stanground: from the south-west, showing part of nave, south aisle, south porch and tower, gravestones in foreground.
PH/STANG/05St John the Baptist's Church, Stanground: a general view from the south, showing chancel, nave, south aisle, south porch and tower, gravestones in front of the church.
PH/STANG/06a-cSt John the Baptist's Church, Stanground: an interior view showing font, pews, some of the nave arches and lamps.
PH/STANG/07a-cSt John the Baptist's Church, Stanground: an interior view looking east into the chancel, showing east window and altar, part of the nave with pews on either side, and a small kneeling desk in front of altar steps.
PH/STANG/08St John the Baptist's Church, Stanground: an interior view looking east down the nave, showing nave arcarde, with chancel in background. Pews on either side of nave, and font to the left in foreground.
PH/STANG/09St John the Baptist's Church, Stanground: the west end of the church in the backgound with a free-standing Anglo-Saxon cross, much weathered.
PH/STANG/10St John the Baptist's Church, Stanground: four bells lying on path in churchyard, with the Vicar and two elderly men behind them, churchyard and gravestones behind.
PH/STANG/11a-bBronze age beaker.
PH/STANG/12St John the Baptist's Church, Stanground: brass inscriptions to Vicar, Elias Petit died 1634, and to Robert Smith died 1558.
PH/STANG/13St John the Baptist's Church, Stanground: from the south-east, showing chancel, nave, south aisle, south porch and tower. Stone wall to the right of photograph with trees behind. Numerous gravestones in churchyard, and rough grass in foreground.
PH/STANG/14St John the Baptist's Church, Stanground: an interior view looking east through the nave, showing chancel, chancel arch, nave and nave arches, and part of both aisles. Pulpit to the left of chancel arch, lectern to the right, and prie-dieu in front of chancel steps. Pews in foreground with poppy head terminals.
PH/STANG/15St John the Baptist's Church, Stanground: the Anglo-Saxon cross in the churchyard, in front of church. Other gravestones visible, including table tomb with railings behind the cross.
PH/STIBB/01a-bSt John the Baptist's Church, Stibbington: from the east, showing the chancel, vestry and south porch. Gravestones in churchyard, trees in leaf on either side.
PH/STIBB/02St John the Baptist's Church, Stibbington: an external view of the Norman doorway, surrounded by ivy-clad walls and showing the lower part of two windows above.
PH/STIBB/03St John the Baptist's Church, Stibbington: an exteranl view of the Norman doorway, with ivy-clad walls surrounding it.
PH/STIBB/04a-gStibbington Hall: the front of the house, built in stone with gable at either end, and central smaller gable with front door. Stone wall with iron gates in foreground and ornate entrance arch to the left.
PH/STIBB/05 a.bThe Haycock, Wansford (in Stibbington Parish): large two-storeyed building with dormers in the roofs and two gabled wings at each side.
PH/STIBB/06Wansford Bridge from the west, showing bridge with five arches and large area of meadow in foreground.
PH/STIBB/07a-bWansford Bridge from the west, showing numerous arches with large expanse of river in foreground, trees in leaf.
PH/STIBB/08Wansford (in Stibbington Parish), showing the Haycock Inn in left foreground and houses stretching into the distance on the left side of the road; horse and rider in foreground and man standing in front of inn.
PH/STIBB/09St John the Baptist's Church, Stibbington: looking east through the nave and showing chancel, chancel arch, nave and nave arches (Norman to the left and Gothic to the right); part of north aisle with clerestory visible. Pews in foreground with hanging lamps down centre of aisle.
PH/STIBB/10St John the Baptist's Church, Stibbington: an exterior view of the Norman door with pillars and decorative stonework on arch and capitals of pillars. Protective wire mesh covering door, decorated iron hinges, ivy-clad walls.
PH/STIBB/11Wansford Bridge, (in Stibbington parish), showing several round arches, cutwaters and plain parapet. Trees in leaf to the right behind the bridge, church spire and buildings to the left reflected in the river in foreground.
PH/STIBB/12Wansford High Street (in Stibbington parish), showing car with driver in foreground. Varied styles of houses with different roof lines and building materials, including thatch, tile, slate and stone. Unmade road winding into the distance with no pavements.
PH/STIBB/13Wansford Bridge (in Stibbington parish), looking along the bridge with arch and several cutwaters visible to the left. Car and driver approaching viewer on bridge. Trees in leaf, wooden telegraph pole to right. Wansford Church, buildings and a large mature conifer in left background.
PH/STILT/01St Mary's Church, Stilton: from the north-east, showing chancel, north vestry, aisle, nave and tower. Walls partly clad with ivy and shrubs on either side. Trees without leaf. Gravestones and stone wall in foreground.
PH/STILT/02St Mary's Church, Stilton: from the north-east, showing chancel, north vestry beside it, roof of nave and part of tower. Trees in leaf. Gravestones with stone wall in foreground.
PH/STILT/03St Mary's Church, Stilton: a distant view from the east, showing chancel, north vestry, aisle, nave and tower. Trees in leaf with gravestones in churchyard. Stone wall with wooden fencing and gate to the left, iron railings to the right. Track and rough grass in foreground.
PH/STILT/04St Mary's Church, Stilton: from the north-east, showing chancel, north vestry, aisle, nave and tower, partly ivy-clad. Stone wall in foreground.
PH/STILT/05St Mary's Church, Stilton: from the south-east, showing chancel, nave, south aisle, porch and part of tower. Gravestones in foreground.
PH/STILT/06St Mary's Church, Stilton: looking east through the nave and showing chancel, chancel window, pulpit to the left, lectern to the right, nave arches and pews on either side.
PH/STILT/07St Mary's Church, Stilton: looking east through the nave and showing chancel, chancel window, pulpit to the left, lectern to the right, nave arches and pews on either side, part of timber roof of nave.
PH/STILT/08a-bA rubbing of the brass of Thomas and John Curthoyse from St Mary's Church, Stilton, showing two men in 17th-century costume with large inscription in English below.
PH/STILT/09a-cA rubbing of the brass of Richard and Anne Curthoyse from St Mary's Church, Stilton, showing man and woman in 17th-century costume with large inscription in English below, and outline of a scroll marked in above.
PH/STILT/10Stilton Rectory, showing house with mullioned windows and tall chimneys, amidst trees with rough grass in foreground.
PH/STILT/11A house at Stilton: three-storey flat-roofed building, brick with stone quoins and window surrounds. Trees and shrubs around the house with iron railings and road in foreground.
PH/STILT/12a-cThe Bell, Stilton: exterior view showing the whole width of the stone-built inn, with inn sign and road in foreground.
PH/STILT/13a-bThe Bell, Stilton: exterior view showing the whole width of the stone-built inn, with inn sign and road in foreground.
PH/STILT/14The Bell, Stilton: exterior view showing the whole width of the stone-built inn, with inn sign and road in foreground.
PH/STILT/15The Bell, Stilton: exterior view showing the whole width of the stone-built inn, with inn sign and road in foreground. Left-hand ground-floor bay window has sign "Reading Room" over it. Small butcher's shop to the left with sign "L. Coles, Family Butcher, All kinds of animals".
PH/STILT/16The inn sign of the Bell, Stilton, with elaborate wrought iron work on the bracket, sign reading "Marshall Bros. Huntingdon Ales." cobbled pavement in front of the inn, houses and trees in background.
PH/STILT/17a-bThe inn sign of the Bell, Stilton, with elaborate wrought iron work on the bracket, sign reading "Marshall Bros. Huntingdon Ales." Cobbled pavement in front of the inn, houses and trees in background.
PH/STILT/18Looking south along the Old North Road at Stilton, with the Bell on the left and the Angel on the right, both with their inn signs; large telegraph poles along the right (west) side of the street, and a good impression of the very wide street with some large buildings along it.
PH/STILT/19The Bell, Stilton: with inn sign and small board advertising "Breakfasts, Luncheons, Teas, Accomodation". Two ponies and traps and open cab lorry in front of Inn. Metalled road in foreground.
PH/STILT/20The Bell, Stilton: exterior view showing the whole width of the stone-built inn, with inn sign and road in foreground.
PH/STILT/21The inn sign of the Bell, Stilton, looking up at it and its wrought iron bracket from close-to and ground-level.
PH/STILT/22A drawing of St Mary's Church, Stilton, made in 1824 by Rev Alfred Fox Suckling before later restorations: from the east showing chancel, north vestry, south aisle with tower in the background; wall, gate and path in front.
PH/STILT/23A sketch of architectural details in Stilton Church, made by Rev T. Kettick in about 1826 before later restorations: showing an arcade and various capitals.
PH/STILT/24St Mary's Church, Stilton: from the north-east with snow on it, showing chancel, north vestry, north aisle, nave and tower. Gravestones in churchyard, trees without leaf on either side. Stone wall in foreground.
PH/STILT/25St Mary's Church, Stilton: looking east through the nave and showing chancel, chancel arch, nave with nave arches, pulpit to the left, lectern to the right, and part of both aisles. Hanging lamps in nave arches.
PH/STILT/26The Bell Inn, Stilton: showing ornate wrought iron support for inn sign, several small children by doorway, open car parked outside on street.
PH/STILT/27The Bell, Stilton: exterior view showing the whole width of the stone-built inn, with inn sign and road in foreground, open cab delivery lorry parked outside.
PH/STILT/28The Bell, Stilton: exterior view showing the whole width of the stone-built inn, with inn sign and road in foreground.
PH/STILT/29The inn sign of the Bell, Stilton, with elaborate wrought iron work on the bracket, sign reading "Marshall Bros. Huntingdon Ales." Cobbled pavement in front of the inn, houses and trees in background.
PH/STILT/30The Bell, Stilton: exterior view showing the whole width of the stone-built inn, with inn sign and road in foreground.
PH/STILT/31The village pump at Stilton, showing pump to the right of photograph surrounded by post and chain link fencing; houses and unmade road to left of pump.
PH/STILT/32Stilton: a street scene showing two and three storey houses, pub with sign and balcony, several men and bicycle, double telegraph pole to the right, unmade road in foreground.
PH/STILT/33Stilton: looking north up the High Street with the Bell on right, with several people standing in front with bicycles. To the left more buildings, pony and trap, and telegraph poles receding into background. Unmade road in foreground.
PH/STO.L/01a-bSt Botolph's Church, Stow Longa: a general view from the south; gravestones in foreground with trees in leaf on either side.
PH/STO.L/02a-dSt Botolph's Church, Stow Longa: a general view from the south, with part of churchyard and a wooden fence in the foreground. Trees in leaf on either side.
PH/STO.L/03a-bSt Botolph's Church, Stow Longa: a general view from the south; small wooden fence in the foreground.
PH/STO.L/04a-fSt Botolph's Church, Stow Longa: a general view from the south-east; overgrown hedge in foreground, small fields in the background on either side.
PH/STO.L/05a-cSt Botolph's Church, Stow Longa: from the south-east showing chancel, south aisle, nave roof and tower.
PH/STO.L/06St Botolph's Church, Stow Longa: a general view from the south; graveyard with headstones in foreground, trees in leaf on either side.
PH/STO.L/07St Botolph's Church, Stow Longa: a general view from the south, wooden fence in foreground.
PH/STO.L/08a-dSt Botolph's Church, Stow Longa: a general view from the north-east, part of churchyard in the foreground and trees in leaf on either side.
PH/STO.L/09a-bSt Botolph's Church, Stow Longa: from the north showing north aisle with doorway, nave roof and part of tower.
PH/STO.L/10a-bSt Botolph's Church, Stow Longa: a general view from the north-west, before the reconstruction of the nave; there seems to be a heap of rubble of some kind between the tower and the north aisle; churchyard in foreground.
PH/STO.L/11a-bSt Botolph's Church, Stow Longa: from the south-west showing tower, south aisle, grass and gravestones in foreground.
PH/STO.L/12a-cSt Botolph's Church, Stow Longa: a general view from the south-west showing tower, south aisle, and roof of nave (before reconstruction) and chancel. In foreground part of churchyard with gravestones and rough grass.
PH/STO.L/13a-oSt Botolph's Church, Stow Longa: a general view from the south-west with gravestones and grass in foreground.
PH/STO.L/14a-dSt Botolph's Church, Stow Longa: looking east through the nave and showing the chancel, chancel arch, screen and nave (before reconstruction), arcade and pews in foreground, beams of early roof showing.
PH/STO.L/15St Botolph's Church, Stow Longa: looking east through the nave and showing the chancel, chancel arch, screen, nave arcade (before reconstruction) and pews, part of font in foreground, early roof beams visible.
PH/STO.L/16a-hSt Botolph's Church, Stow Longa: looking west from the chancel and showing the font, west door and window in the background, with screen, choir pews and kneeling desk in foreground. Nave before reconstruction shown.
PH/STO.L/17a-cSt Botolph's Church, Stow Longa: looking west along the nave and showing the tower arch, west window and font, beams of early roof and unreconstructed nave, arcade; chairs in the foreground, oil lamp hanging from the roof.
PH/STO.L/18a-bSt Botolph's Church, Stow Longa: looking west from the chancel through the screen to the nave, showing the early roof, kneeling desk in the foreground, with font and west doorway in background.
PH/STO.L/19a-cSt Botolph's Church, Stow Longa: looking west through the nave, showing beams of early roof, unreconstructed nave windows, arcade, font, west door and window. Chairs stacked on either side of aisle.
PH/STO.L/20a-bSt Botolph's Church, Stow Longa: looking east through the nave into the chancel, showing the chancel arch and screen, with kneeling desk in the foreground, pulpit to the left, nave arcade, and unreconstructed nave windows above.
PH/STO.L/21St Botolph's Church, Stow Longa: looking west through the nave to the chancel, showing screen, chancel arch, nave arcade, unreconstructed clerestorey windows, and early roofs beams.
PH/STO.L/22St Botolph's Church, Stow Longa: looking east into the chancel from near the screen, showing chancel screen in the foreground, altar and east window.
PH/STO.L/23St Botolph's Church, Stow Longa: looking east into the chancel from near the screen, showing chancel screen in the foreground, altar and east window.
PH/STO.L/24a-bSt Botolph's Church, Stow Longa: looking south-east through the nave to the south aisle, showing part of the chancel arch and screen, the south nave arcade and unreconstructed windows above, font with cover in foreground to the right, chairs in foreground.
PH/STO.L/25a-bSt Botolph's Church, Stow Longa: looking north-west through the nave to the north aisle, showing the north nave arcade and unreconstructed windows above, pulpit to the right with large bible, and chairs in foreground.
PH/STO.L/26St Botolph's Church, Stow Longa: looking south across the nave to the south aisle, showing the south nave arcde, piscina to the left of south aisle, chairs in foreground.
PH/STO.L/27a-mSt Botolph's Church, Stow Longa: looking east from the nave through the screen to the chancel, showing altar and east window, pulpit to the left and kneeling desk in foreground, chairs on either side of aisle.
PH/STO.L/28a-kSt Botolph's Church, Stow Longa: looking east from the nave through the screen to the chancel, showing altar and east window, pulpit to the left. Blurred and overexposed.
PH/STO.L/29a-bSt Botolph's Church, Stow Longa: from the south-east, showing chancel, nave, south aisle and part of tower, numerous trees and plants in leaf in foreground; after reconstruction, with the nave roof higher and new clerestorey windows.
PH/STO.L/30St Botolph's Church, Stow Longa: a distant view from the south-east, showing church across fields, with newly raised nave roof and new clerestorey windows, chancel and tower. Trees and hedgerows in leaf with rough pastures in foreground.
PH/STO.L/31a-bSt Botolph's Church, Stow Longa: a general view from the south-east, after reconstruction with higher nave roof and new clerestorey windows. Overgrown hedge and trees in leaf.
PH/STO.L/32St Botolph's Church, Stow Longa: a general view from the south, after reconstruction with higher nave roof and new clerestorey windows. Churchyard and large wooden gate in foreground.
PH/STO.L/33St Botolph's Church, Stow Longa: from the south, showing chancel, part of newly raised nave roof, south aisle and tower. Trees in leaf and long grass in churchyard in foreground.
PH/STO.L/34a-dSt Botolph's Church, Stow Longa: from the east, showing chancel, part of newly raised nave roof, north aisle and tower; hedge in foreground with trees in leaf on either side.
PH/STO.L/35a-bSt Botolph's Church, Stow Longa: a general view from the north, after reconstruction with higher nave roof and new clerestorey windows.
PH/STO.L/36St Botolph's Church, Stow Longa: a general view from the north-west, after reconstruction with higher nave roof and new clerestorey windows; trees and shrubs on either side in the background.
PH/STO.L/37St Botolph's Church, Stow Longa: a distant view from the north, after reconstruction with higher nave roof and new clerestorey windows; hedge and rough pasture in foreground, trees in leaf to the right.
PH/STO.L/38St Botolph's Church, Stow Longa: from the north-west, showing tower, part of newly raised nave roof and north aisle.
PH/STO.L/39St Botolph's Church, Stow Longa: from the south-west, showing tower, south aisle, part of newly raised nave roof and chancel. Churchyard with gravestones in the foreground.
PH/STO.L/40a-cSt Botolph's Church, Stow Longa: looking east from the chancel through the screen to the nave, showing newly raised nave roof and font, with chancel pews in foreground.
PH/STO.L/41a-cSt Botolph's Church, Stow Longa: looking east through the nave to the chancel, showing the new nave roof, nave arcades, chancel arch, screen with altar in the distance, and font in foreground.
PH/STO.L/42St Botolph's Church, Stow Longa: looking east through the nave to the chancel, showing the new nave roof, nave arcades, chancel arch, screen with altar in the distance, pulpit to the left of the screen, rows of chairs in the foreground.
PH/STO.L/43a-dSt Botolph's Church, Stow Longa: a close-up view of the altar, reredos and east window (altar without altar frontal).
PH/STO.L/44a-bSt Botolph's Church, Stow Longa: a close-up view of the altar, reredos and bottom of the east window, curtains each side of altar, piscina to the right.
PH/STO.L/45a-jSt Botolph's Church, Stow Longa: a close-up view of the altar, reredos and bottom of the east window, very similar to PH/STO.L/44.
PH/STO.L/46a-fSt Botolph's Church, Stow Longa: a close-up view of the altar, reredos and bottom of the east window, identical to PH/STO.L/45.
PH/STO.L/47a-bSt Botolph's Church, Stow Longa: a close-up view of the altar, reredos and bottom of the east window, very similar to PH/STO.L/44-5 but showing the bottom of the altar as well.
PH/STO.L/48a-bSt Botolph's Church, Stow Longa: a close-up view of the altar, reredos and bottom of the east window, very similar to PH/STO.L/47.
PH/STO.L/49a-gSt Botolph's Church, Stow Longa: the altar, reredos and bottom of the east window.
PH/STO.L/50a-cSt Botolph's Church, Stow Longa: looking east along the south aisle to the altar of the south chapel, chairs in the foreground, wooden roof.
PH/STO.L/51a-bSt Botolph's Church, Stow Longa: the underside of the paten.
PH/STO.L/52a-cSt Botolph's Church, Stow Longa: the underside of the paten.
PH/STO.L/53a-bSt Botolph's Church, Stow Longa: the upper face of the paten.
PH/STO.L/54a-dSt Botolph's Church, Stow Longa: the upper face of the paten.
PH/STO.L/55a-dSt Botolph's Church, Stow Longa: the paten and chalice, the chalice standing upright.
PH/STO.L/56a-cSt Botolph's Church, Stow Longa: the paten and chalice, the chalice on its side with its mouth facing the camera.
PH/STO.L/57The patens and chalices of Easton and Stow Longa churches.
PH/STO.L/58a-cSt Botolph's Church, Stow Longa: a rubbing of a memorial inscription to Sir Thomas Maples, Baronet.
PH/STO.L/59a-bSt Botolph's Church, Stow Longa: most of the west door (exterior view) with carved shields in the stonework above and the bottom of a window.
PH/STO.L/60a-cSt Botolph's Church, Stow Longa: the south door seen from outside with archway and pediment above it.
PH/STO.L/61a-cSt Botolph's Church, Stow Longa: the Priest's door, seen from outside, with round-headed arch with zigzag carving on it and tympanum carved with strange figures.
PH/STO.L/62St Botolph's Church, Stow Longa: the Priest's door seen from outside, the door open and with a wire grille over the doorway; part of a window visible on the left.
PH/STO.L/63a-gSt Botolph's Church, Stow Longa: the Priest's door, seen from outside, with round-headed arch with zigzag carving on it and tympanum carved with strange figures.
PH/STO.L/64a-bSt Botolph's Church, Stow Longa: a close-up view of stonework on the tower (exterior), one of the stones with a carved inscription.
PH/STO.L/65a-cThe Vicarage, Stow Longa: a square brick-built house with four sash windows on first floor and four french windows opening onto the lawn, which has croquet hoops, figures seated on a garden seat and an empty deck chair with canopy. Ivy clad walls with trees in leaf.
PH/STO.L/66The Vicarage, Stow Longa: as described in PH/STO.L/65, with lawn in foreground laid out as a tennis court. Two seated women and a man standing in front of the house.
PH/STO.L/67a-cThe Manor House, Stow Longa: the back view of a many-gabled and chimneyed building in poor state of repair with plaster peeling from the walls.
PH/STO.L/68a-cThe Manor House, Stow Longa: the back view of a many-gabled and chimneyed building in poor state of repair with plaster peeling from the walls; an outhouse in the left foreground, a girl in front of the house and an apronned woman standing in a doorway.
PH/STO.L/69a-bThe Manor House, Stow Longa: the back view of the building from a distance with a fence and gate in front of it, grass and a rough track in foreground. Thatched barns or farm buildings to the right.
PH/STO.L/70a-cThe Manor House, Stow Longa: the front view of the house with trees partly obscuring the building, a raised bank topped by hedge and wall in the foreground, small wooden outbuilding to the left.
PH/STO.L/71a-eThe Manor House, Stow Longa: a distant view with the house to the left with raised bank and hedge at the side of the lane in the foreground. Outbuildings to right and left of the house.
PH/STO.L/72a-bThe Manor House, Stow Longa: an interior view showing a fireplace with cupboard to the left, in poor state of repair.
PH/STO.L/73a- eA distant view across pasture of a house (is this the Manor House?), with outbuildings to the left and large haystack, hedge in the foreground and trees in leaf.
PH/STO.L/74a-fThe Village Cross at Stow Longa, before its restoration by Ladds in 1902, showing stone column topped by ball and metal weather vane in the shape of a fox, in the centre of the village green with an inn and an old thatched building in the background, other buildings on either side.
PH/STO.L/75a-bThe Village Cross at Stow Longa, after its restoration by Ladds in 1902, now standing on a stone, stepped plinth, in triangle of grass with unmade road in foreground. Thatched cottages in the background.
PH/STO.L/76a-dThe Village Cross at Stow Longa, after its restoration by Ladds in 1902, showing the cross with a new carved crucifix on top and standing on a stone, stepped plinth, with a house in the background, also outbuildings and a garden wall, trees in leaf to the right.
PH/STO.L/77The Village Cross at Stow Longa, after its restoration by Ladds in 1902, showing the cross with a new carved crucifix on top and standing on a stone, stepped plinth in the middle of the green with unmade road on either side and thatched cottages in the background.
PH/STO.L/78The Village Cross at Stow Longa, after its restoration by Ladds in 1902, with cottages and outbuildings behind, the village green in the foreground.
PH/STO.L/79Houses at Stow Longa, with unmade lane in the centre and thatched cottages and buildings lining the right-hand side; hedges and trees in leaf to the left.
PH/STO.L/80St Botolph's Church, Stow Longa: a general view from the south-west before the restoration (clear and detailed), with gravestones and hedge in the foreground.
PH/STO.L/81St Botolph's Church, Stow Longa: looking east through the nave to the chancel and showing the chancel arch with screen, nave arcades and part of the north and south aisles. Chairs in the nave and aisles. Hanging lamps in nave arches, with font in foreground.
PH/STO.L/82St Botolph's Church, Stow Longa: exterior view of the south door with stone arches and colonettes on either side, oak door, and brick pathway leading to the doorway.
PH/STO.L/83St Botolph's Church, Stow Longa: exterior view of the south door of the chancel with round-headed arch with zig-zag carving and sculpture relief in tympanum; stone colonette on either side; part of window to the left of doorway, with rough grass in front.
PH/STO.L/84The Village Cross at Stow Longa, after its restoration by Ladds in 1902, now standing on three steps and with crucifix on top. Brick wall in the background with trees in leaf behind.
PH/SWINS/01a-cSt Nicholas' Church, Swineshead: a general view from the north, gravestones in churchyard, brick wall in foreground.
PH/SWINS/02a-cSt Nicholas' Church, Swineshead: from the north-east, showing the chancel, part of the nave, north aisle, tower and spire; gravestones and rough grass in churchyard.
PH/SWINS/03a-dSt Nicholas' Church, Swineshead: a general view from the south-east, gravestones in churchyard, stone wall in foreground.
PH/SWINS/04a-cSt Nicholas' Church, Swineshead: a general view from the south-west, lamp in churchyard with small monument to the left, stone wall with gate in front of church with an unmade road in the foreground; part of a wooden building to the left.
PH/SWINS/05St Nicholas' Church, Swineshead: from the south-east showing the chancel, nave, south aisle, south porch, tower with spire. Stone wall with two wooden gates in front of the church, unmade road in foreground with trees in leaf on either side.
PH/SWINS/06a-gThe War Memorial at Swineshead: a stone structure added to the corner of the churchyard wall with an inscription cut at the back of an arched alcove; the church porch is visible behind and to the left.
PH/SWINS/07a-cSt Nicholas' Church, Swineshead: looking east through the nave to the chancel, showing the east end of the nave with pews and aisle arcades, the chancel and chancel screen with pulpit to the left, hanging lamp in the middle of the nave.
PH/SWINS/08St Nicholas' Church, Swineshead: looking west through the nave to the tower arch and west window, nave arcade and pews in the foreground.
PH/SWINS/09A close-up view of the War Memorial on the churchyard wall, looking straight in to the back of the arched alcove so that the inscription is visible.
PH/TETWO/01St James's Church, Everton-cum-Tetworth: from the west showing tower with west window and clock, gravestones in churchyard and trees in the background.
PH/TETWO/02St James's Church, Everton-cum-Tetworth: from the south-west showing tower, part of nave, south aisle and porch. Gravestones in the churchyard and wall with wooden gate in the foreground. Trees in leaf on either side. A lamp behind the wall to the right.
PH/TETWO/03St James's Church, Everton-cum-Tetworth: a general view from the north-west; gravestones in the churchyard with shrubbery to the right.
PH/TETWO/04St James's Church, Everton-cum-Tetworth: a general view from the south, trees without leaf and top of churchyard wall in the foreground.
PH/TETWO/05St James's Church, Everton-cum-Tetworth: looking east through the nave to the chancel, showing chancel arch, pulpit to the left and lectern to the right, with nave arches and pews in the foreground. Several hanging lamps in the nave and aisles.
PH/THURN/01a-bSt James's Church, Thurning: a general view from the south-east, with the tree-grown churchyard and a path in the foreground.
PH/THURN/02St James's Church, Thurning: a general view from the north, stone wall and hedge in the foreground, tree in leaf to the left of the gate.
PH/THURN/03a-bSt James's Church, Thurning: a general view from the north-west with stone wall and hedge around the churchyard, unmade road and rough ground in the foreground.
PH/THURN/04a-bSt James's Church, Thurning: from the north showing tower (except for the top of the spire), nave, north aisle, and chancel with stone wall and hedge in the foreground, several trees in churchyard.
PH/THURN/05a-cSt James's Church, Thurning: a general view from the south-east, trees and hedge in the churchyard.
PH/THURN/06St James's Church, Thurning: a general view from the north-east, trees and shrubs in the churchyard.
PH/THURN/07a-bSt James's Church, Thurning: looking east to the chancel arch and screen with organ above and pulpit, lectern and pews in the foreground.
PH/THURN/08St James's Church, Thurning: looking east through the chancel arch and screen with organ above. A priest's desk in the centre with pews on either side.
PH/THURN/09St James's Church, Thurning: an interior view of the west end with an oak chest, table and chairs, a clock and pictures on the wall and part of a window in the background.
PH/THURN/10St James's Church, Thurning: looking east to the chancel arch, and screen, pulpit to the left and lectern to the right, with a priest's desk in the centre, pews on either side.
PH/THURN/11Thurning Rectory: a two-storey house with thatched roof and two large chimneys, a flat-roofed extension in front. A lawn in the foreground.
PH/THURN/12Thurning Rectory: a two-storey house with thatched roof and chimneys, dormer windows and a flat-roofed extension in the foreground. A garden with shrubs and trees in front, the church visible behind and to the left.
PH/THURN/13Thurning Rectory: a house with thatched roof, tall chimneys and a flat-roofed extension, ivy-clad walls. A lawn in the foreground with trees in leaf on either side, three women and a baby in a pram in front of the house.
PH/THURN/14Presentation to Rev H.B. Gottwaltz: people in a garden around a table with something being handed to the clergyman.
PH/THURN/15A thatched cottage and barn, brick with a weatherboarded gable and one chimney, trees in leaf to the left with rough grass in the foreground.
PH/THURN/16a-bThurning village: a street scene with thatched cottages to the right and other houses in the background, an unmade road in the foreground.
PH/THURN/17St James's Church, Thurning: a general view from the south, trees and hedging in the churchyard with a pathway leading up to the church.
PH/TILBR/01All Saints' Church, Tilbrook: a general view from the south-east, gravestones in the churchyard and trees in leaf in the background.
PH/TILBR/02All Saints' Church, Tilbrook: a general view from the south-east, gravestones in the churchyard and trees in leaf.
PH/TILBR/03All Saints' Church, Tilbrook: a general view from the south-east, gravestones in the churchyard and trees in leaf.
PH/TILBR/04All Saints' Church, Tilbrook: looking east through the nave to the chancel, showing chancel arch and screen, pulpit on the right with nave arcade to the left, font in the foreground to the right, and pews.
PH/TILBR/05a-bAll Saints' Church, Tilbrook: the chancel screen in detail, with pulpit on the right with a few pews in the foreground.
PH/TILBR/06All Saints' Church, Tilbrook: a general view from the south, gravestones in the churchyard, with rough grass and fence in the foreground, trees in the background.
PH/TOSEL/01St Michael's Church, Toseland: a general view from the south-east, with a few gravestones in the churchyard, rough grass in the foreground, trees in leaf on either side.
PH/TOSEL/02St Michael's Church, Toseland: a general view from the south-west, gravestones in the churchyard with hedge and trees in the foreground.
PH/TOSEL/03St Michael's Church, Toseland: from the south-east showing chancel and nave with bell turret, partly ivy-clad walls with gravestones and rough grass around the church.
PH/TOSEL/04St Michael's Church, Toseland: from the south-west showing the windows of the west end, also part of the chancel and nave, gravestones in the churchyard with rough grass in the foreground.
PH/TOSEL/05St Michael's Church, Toseland: from the north-west showing nave with bell turret, part of chancel, rough grass in the foreground, with a cottage to the right behind church.
PH/TOSEL/06a-bSt Michael's Church, Toseland: the south door, from outside, with ornately carved round-headed arch and pillars on either side.
PH/TOSEL/07The south front of Toseland Hall: three-storey house with three gables, three attic windows and three double bay windows on the ground and first floor, brick with stone windows, numerous tall chimneys; someone standing in the central front doorway, white picket fence in the foreground, outbuildings to the left.
PH/TOSEL/08The south front of Toseland Hall: three storey house, brick with stone-framed windows, three gables with three attic windows beneath, three bay windows on the first floor, and two bays with a central doorway on the ground floor, someone standing in the door, tall ornate chimneys. White picket fence in the foreground, with hedge growing within. Unmade road in the foreground, with various outbuildings to the left.
PH/TOSEL/09a-cThe south front of Toseland Hall: identical to PH/TOSEL/07 but with less cropping at left and bottom.
PH/TOSEL/10a-bThe south front of Toseland Hall: three-storey house, built of brick with ivy clad walls; gables, roof and tall ornate chimneys. White picket fence in the foreground, with a hedge inside, trees on either side and outbuildings on the left.
PH/TOSEL/11a-bThe south front of Toseland Hall: three-storey house with three gables, three attic windows and two lots of three bays on first and ground floors, ornate, tall chimneys above. White picket fence in the foreground with hedge within, trees on either side.
PH/TOSEL/12a-bThe south and west fronts of Toseland Hall: three-storey house, two gables on the west side and three on the south, ivy clad walls. Hedge and wooden fence to the right and steps up to door on the west side. Trees in leaf on either side.
PH/UPTON/01St Margaret's Church, Upton: a general view from the north-west, rough grass in the foreground with trees in leaf on either side.
PH/UPTON/02St Margaret's Church, Upton: a general view from the north-east, wooden fence and hedge in the foreground, trees in leaf to right.
PH/UPTON/03St Margaret's Church, Upton: a general view from the south-west, gravestones to the left and small shrubs to the right, rough grass in the foreground.
PH/UPTON/04St Margaret's Church, Upton: from the east, showing chancel, nave, south aisle, tower and part of the south porch; gravestones in churchyard, with trees in leaf and wooden fence in the foreground.
PH/UPTON/05St Margaret's Church, Upton: looking south-east through the nave to the east end of the south aisle, showing nave arches, part of the chancel screen to the left behind pillar with lectern and pews in the foreground, hanging lamp in the middle.
PH/UPTON/06St Margaret's Church, Upton: looking west through the nave to the tower arch and north aisle, showing part of the nave arcade and pews.
PH/UPTON/07St Margaret's Church, Upton: the font with cover, tiled floor in the foreground, pulpit and a few pews partially visible to the left.
PH/UPTON/08St Margaret's Church, Upton: the font with cover, tiled floor in the foreground, curtains draped to the right, pulpit and a few pews partially visible to the left.
PH/UPTON/09St Margaret's Church, Upton: a general view from the north-west, stone cross in churchyard with wooden picket fencing and rough grass in the foreground.
PH/UPTON/10St Margaret's Church, Upton: looking east through the nave to the chancel, showing chancel arch, nave arcades, pulpit to the left, lectern to the right, small chapel visible in the south aisle, pews in the foreground with hanging lamps.
PH/UPWOD/01St Peter's Church, Upwood: a general view from the south-west, gravestones in the churchyard with shrubs to the right and centre.
PH/UPWOD/02St Peter's Church, Upwood: a general view from the south, gravestones in the churchyard .
PH/UPWOD/03St Peter's Church, Upwood: a general view from the north-east, gravestones in the foreground.
PH/UPWOD/04St Peter's Church, Upwood: a general view from the north-west, gravestones in the churchyard with trees in leaf to the right.
PH/UPWOD/05St Peter's Church, Upwood: a general view from the south, gravestones and rough grass in the foreground, with trees in leaf on either side.
PH/UPWOD/06St Peter's Church, Upwood: a general view from the north-west, gravestones in the churchyard with an unmade road and brick churchyard wall with wooden gates in the foreground.
PH/UPWOD/07a-eSt Peter's Church, Upwood: looking west through the nave to the tower arch, showing the nave arcade on each side, the organ in the background with window in tower, pews on either side with stove in the middle of the aisle.
PH/UPWOD/08St Peter's Church, Upwood: looking east through the nave to the chancel and showing chancel arch with screen, north arcade, pews and hanging lamps.
PH/UPWOD/09St Peter's Church, Upwood: looking east through the nave to the chancel and showing chancel arch with screen, north arcade, pulpit to the left and lectern to the right, pews and hanging lamps.
PH/UPWOD/10a-bSt Peter's Church, Upwood: looking east through the nave to the chancel and showing south arcade, chancel arch with screen, pulpit to the left and lectern to the right, and pews in the foreground, stove and stovepipe in the central aisle.
PH/UPWOD/11Carlton House, Upwood: from the south-east, showing house in poor state with thatched roof, chimney in centre of building, small buildings to the right, rough grass in foreground.
PH/UPWOD/12Carlton House, Upwood: showing pedimented west porch with dormer window and window to the right of door.
PH/UPWOD/13Carlton House, Upwood: showing west door pedimented porch and inscription above the door, "M R E 1677".
PH/UPWOD/14Upwood Manor House: the back of the house, much of it hidden by trees in leaf, lawns in the foreground.
PH/UPWOD/15Fragment of a chimney piece.
PH/UPWOD/16A shoe found in the roof of Upwood Manor House in 1987: black leather with a narrow toe, now twisted and broken.
PH/UPWOD/16-24These photographs by David Cozens show objects found in the roof of Upwood Manor House during repairs in 1987 - presumably a ritual deposit. See David's article in "Records of Hunts" vol. 3 no. 5 (1996).
PH/UPWOD/17A shoe found in the roof of Upwood Manor House in 1987: the same object as in PH/UPWOD/16, but here seen more from the side.
PH/UPWOD/18A small glass bottle found with other items in the roof of Upwood Manor House in 1987: small, round-bottomed and shouldered, of dark green glass.
PH/UPWOD/19Parts of two clay pipes found with other items in the roof of Upwood Manor House in 1987: the upper pipe broken in two pieces, the other in one piece, but broken off at the mouthpiece end.
PH/UPWOD/20A wooden bat found with other items in the roof of Upwood Manor House in 1987: the same shape as a table tennis bat and presumably for a broadly similar purpose, now whitened.
PH/UPWOD/21A small stone ball found with other items in the roof of Upwood Manor House in 1987: roughly spherical, grey and about 4cms in diameter (scale at bottom of photo) - it looks like a fossil sponge or similar.
PH/UPWOD/22A piece of wooden panelling found with other items in the roof of Upwood Manor House in 1987: about 36 x 15cms with carved decoration of arched niches.
PH/UPWOD/23A piece of wooden panelling found with other items in the roof of Upwood Manor House in 1987: the plain back side of the object shown in PH/UPWOD/22.
PH/UPWOD/24A silver spoon found with other items in the roof of Upwood Manor House in 1987: half of the bowl is broken off, and this picture shows the underside of the spoon with the hallmark.
PH/UPWOD/25Upwwod House: a three-storey house with two prominent wings and door in the left wing; varied roof lines with chimneys, ivy-clad walls, trees and shrubs, a lawn in the foreground, bisected by a path. Three children sit or stand by an open French window.
PH/W.NEW/01a-cSt Remigius' Church, Water Newton: a general view from the south-east, walls of the chancel and south aisles ivy-clad, gravestones in front, trees in leaf behind.
PH/W.NEW/02a-cSt Remigius' Church, Water Newton: a general view from the north, area of rough grass and two wooden gates (hurdles) in the foreground, trees without leaf on either side.
PH/W.NEW/03a-bSt Remigius' Church, Water Newton: a general view from the south-east; walls of the chancel, south aisle and porch are ivy-clad, gravestones in the churchyard with trees in leaf on either side.
PH/W.NEW/04a-eSt Remigius' Church, Water Newton: from the south-east showing the chancel, nave, south aisle, part of porch, and tower, gravestones in the churchyard .
PH/W.NEW/05St Remigius' Church, Water Newton: looking east through the nave to the chancel and showing the chancel arch with screen, nave arcade on either side, with pews in the foreground, and hanging lamps.
PH/W.NEW/06St Remigius' Church, Water Newton: looking east through the nave to the chancel and showing the chancel arch and screen, nave arcade on either side, with pews in the foreground.
PH/W.NEW/07St Remigius' Church, Water Newton: a general view from the south-east, gravestones in churchyard, trees in leaf on either side.
PH/W.NEW/08St Remigius' Church, Water Newton: looking east through the nave to the chancel and showing showing chancel arch and screen, nave and nave arcades, pulpit to the right and lectern to the left with prie-dieu in centre; organ to the left in north aisle protruding into the nave; pews in the foreground.
PH/W.NEW/09St Remigius' Church, Water Newton: the steeple seen through the arch of the water mill, with house to the right and chimneys to the left seen through trees; unmade road and rough grass in the foreground.
PH/W.WAL/01St. Andrew's Church, Wood Walton: a general view from the south, gravestones in the churchyard with rough grass in the foreground, trees on leaf on either side.
PH/W.WAL/02St. Andrew's Church, Wood Walton: a distant view from the south-west, gravestones in the churchyard and fence round it, with rough grass in the foreground, trees without leaf in front of the church.
PH/W.WAL/03St. Andrew's Church, Wood Walton: a general view from the south, wooden fence and gate in front of the church, trees in leaf on either side.
PH/W.WAL/04St. Andrew's Church, Wood Walton: a general view from the south-east, gravestones in the churchyard, with trees in leaf on either side (left side of photograph slightly blurred).
PH/W.WAL/05St. Andrew's Church, Wood Walton: a distant view from the west showing the tower through trees in leaf in hedgerow in front of church, rough pasture in the foreground.
PH/W.WAL/06St. Andrew's Church, Wood Walton: a general view from the north-east, gravestones in the churchyard, trees in leaf .
PH/W.WAL/07a-bSt. Andrew's Church, Wood Walton: looking east through the nave to the chancel and showing chancel arch, nave arcades, pulpit to the left, lectern to the right, prayer desk in the centre of the aisle, pews in the foreground.
PH/W.WAL/08St. Andrew's Church, Wood Walton: looking east through the nave to the chancel and showing chancel arch, nave arcades, pews in the foreground: some differences from PH/W.WAL/07, so plainly taken at a different date.
PH/W.WAL/09St. Andrew's Church, Wood Walton: looking west through the nave to the tower arch and west window, showing nave arcades, pews, and font in the centre.
PH/W.WAL/10Part of a chimney piece in a cottage at Wood Walton: carved stone slab with a shield with a rampant lion on it, foliage on each side and a motto beneath.
PH/W.WAL/11Part of a chimney piece from a cottage at Wood Walton: carved stone slab with a shield, the quartered arms including a rampant lion, foliage on each side and a motto beneath.
PH/W.WAL/12St. Andrew's Church, Wood Walton: a general view from the south, gravestones in the churchyard, with rough grass in the foreground, trees in leaf on either side.
PH/W.WAL/13Higney Drainage Mill: a tower mill with wooden scoop wheel housing below it and building with chimney behind; four sails, wooden fence in front with a man standing to the right. The print has been doctored, apparently to clear up the sky area and leave it blank.
PH/WANSFORDWansford is in STIBBINGTON parish.
PH/WARBO/01Warboys parish church from the south, showing all the church apart from the east end of the chancel, with gravestones in rough grass in the foreground.
PH/WARBO/02a-bWarboys parish church from the south, showing the whole building (the chancel clad with ivy), with gravestones in rough grass in the foreground, trees in leaf on either side.
PH/WARBO/03a-cWarboys parish church in 1898, from the south, showing the whole building (the chancel now cleaned of ivy), with gravestones and a path in the foreground, trees in leaf on either side.
PH/WARBO/04Warboys parish church in 1897, from the south-west, showing the bottom of the tower, nave, south aisle and porch; gravestones in the foreground, leafless tress in the background.
PH/WARBO/05Warboys parish church in 1897, from the north-west, showing the bottom of the tower, nave, north aisle and porch, leafless tree to the left.
PH/WARBO/06Warboys parish church in 1897, from the west, showing most of the steeple, the west end of the aisles and part of the clerestory on the south side of the nave; leafless trees behind.
PH/WARBO/07Warboys parish church from the north-east, showing almost all the building although partly hidden by trees in leaf in the foreground; gravestones around it.
PH/WARBO/08Warboys parish church in 1897, from the north-east, showing most of the building but with the top of the spire cut off and everything partly obscured by a double exposure.
PH/WARBO/09Warboys parish church: the bottom of the tower from the west, with part of the west wall of the aisles and the nave clerestory, gravestones in the foreground.
PH/WARBO/10Warboys parish church in 1897, the interior looking west from the chancel to the tower arch.
PH/WARBO/11Warboys parish church, the interior looking east from the nave into the chancel, showing pews, altar and reredos and east window, hanging lamps in the middle of the nave.
PH/WARBO/12Warboys parish church, the interior looking east from the nave into the chancel, from a little further south than PH/WARBO/11, with pews, east window and hanging lamps.
PH/WARBO/13Warboys parish church, the interior (after the restoration of the 1920s) looking east from the nave into the chancel, showing pews, the font, altar, reredos and east window, with hanging lamps in different positions from before.
PH/WARBO/14a-cWaboys Manor House in 1897, a two-storeyed brick building with two Dutch gables and tall chimneys; a barn to the right and part of the churchyard in the foreground.
PH/WARBO/15a-bWarboys Manor House in 1898, seen from a distance, with the church partly hidden by a row of trees to the left and a green with a wall in front in the foreground; the Manor House with Dutch gables and tall chimneys, part of its outbuildings visible to the right.
PH/WARBO/16The dug-out boat from Warboys Fen: looking along the trench with the boat in the bottom, with farm buildings and a haystack behind.
PH/WARBO/17The dug-out boat from Warboys Fen, looking along the trench with the boat in the bottom, workmen and a wheeled pump behind.
PH/WARBO/18The clock tower at Warboys, surrounded by railings and with rows of houses behind, trees to the left.
PH/WARBO/19a-cThe clock tower at Warboys, with shop and a lorry behind, street lamp to the left.
PH/WARBO/20a-bThe top of the clock tower at Warboys, showing the clock faces, the roof and the witch weathervane.
PH/WARBO/21The top of the clock tower at Warboys, showing the witch-on-a-broomstick weathervane with the apex of the roof below.
PH/WARBO/22The top of the clock tower at Warboys, showing the witch-on-a-broomstick weathervane with the apex of the roof below.
PH/WARBO/23Two scenes of destruction after the 1900 fire: an empty scene with burnt trees and a framework of some kind in the foreground; and a scene of brick rubble and collapsed houses.
PH/WARBO/24View of Warboys from above, presumably from the church tower, looking north towards the junction with the clock tower; farm buildings in the foreground, countryside behind.
PH/WDHUR/01St John the Baptist's Chapel, Woodhurst: from the south-east showing nave, south aisle, south porch, bell turret and most of chancel, gravestones in churchyard.
PH/WDHUR/02St John the Baptist's Chapel, Woodhurst: a general view from the south-west, gravestones in churchyard with trees without leaf on either side.
PH/WDHUR/03St John the Baptist's Chapel, Woodhurst: a general view from the south-east, gravestones in churchyard.
PH/WDHUR/04St John the Baptist's Chapel, Woodhurst: a general view from the north with leafless hedge in the foreground.
PH/WDHUR/05St John the Baptist's Chapel, Woodhurst: the bell turret and west end of the building seen from the south-west, gravestones in the churchyard.
PH/WDHUR/06a-dSt John the Baptist's Chapel, Woodhurst: looking east through the nave to the chancel and showing the chancel arch with altar in the background, nave arcade to the right, pews in the foreground, several hanging lamps.
PH/WDHUR/07St John the Baptist's Chapel, Woodhurst: looking west through the nave and showing nave arcade, part of chancel arch, pews, with lectern in the foreground.
PH/WDHUR/08Manor Farm, Woodhurst: a large L-shaped house, rendered and with a tiled roof, brick outbuilding to the right, wooden fence in front and an unmade track in the foreground.
PH/WDHUR/09A house in Woodhurst, large and brick-built, ?18th century, with a double exposure of the Abbot's Chair.
PH/WDHUR/10A large farmhouse in Woodhurst, brick-built with hipped roof on the front wing, piteched roof and four tall chimneys on the wing going back from the front (older than the front to judge from the windows), with barns behind that. Hedge in the foreground.
PH/WDHUR/11The Woodhurst and Oldhurst Church String Band, in about 1888-89: fifteen men, women and children grouped with their instruments in front of the porch of what looks like a village hall or school. Standing on the left is Walter Cooper, the parish clerk, with his three-stringed double bass; also in the back row is a clergyman in dog collar, probably Rev Kilburn, the curate of Woodhurst who started the band.
PH/WDHUR/12Ivy Reynolds: a young woman with dark, bobbed hair, sitting in an elbow chair painting a portrait, wearing a long overall. The Norris Museum had 2 undated photographs signed by Ivy of the interior of Rheola (now and old people's home) but previously home of the Day family solicitors of St Ives. We also have a photograph of Ivy impressed at the bottom right 'Lillian Ream'. Ivy probably worked for the Lilian Ream studio, Wisbech. The Lilian Ream archives at Wisbech Library there is one of Lilian with her staff 1929-1930 (ref. KWL1/LR01-02_x000d_
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With help from Shirley Firth of Woodhurst we have discovered that Ivy was born in 1897, one of seven daughters of Frank and Annie Reynolds of Woodhurst. She was educated at the Chestnuts Ladies’ School, Church Lane, St. Ives (1911 census). Her father, Frank was a grocer and draper, serving on St Ives Rural District Council for 50 years and was a member of St Ives Board of Guardians. In his obituary in 1940 Ivy is described as a missionary with the West Ham Central Mission, London (Hunts Post, 18 Apr 2015).
PH/WDSTO/01a-bSt Augustine of Canterbury's Church, Woodston: a general view from the north-east, gravestones in the churchyard, pollarded trees without leaf and an unmade road to the left.
PH/WDSTO/02a-cSt Augustine of Canterbury's Church, Woodston: a general view from the south-east, shrubs and rough grass in front, unmade road and trees without leaf to the right.
PH/WDSTO/03St Augustine of Canterbury's Church, Woodston: the Saxon window in the west wall of tower - looking up to it from an awkard angle with a doorway below and a buttress to the right.
PH/WDSTO/04St Augustine of Canterbury's Church, Woodston: looking east through the nave to the chancel and showing chancel arch, nave arcades, pulpit to the right and lectern to the left, prie-dieu in the centre, pews in the foreground.
PH/WDSTO/05St Augustine of Canterbury's Church, Woodston: a general view from the south, gravestones in the churchyard with rough grass and a tree in leaf.
PH/WDSTO/06St Augustine of Canterbury's Church, Woodston: looking east through the nave to the north aisle and chancel and showing the chancel arch, nave arcades, lectern to the left of chancel arch, pulpit to the right, prie-dieu in the centre of the aisle with open-backed pews in the foreground, hanging lamps throughout.
PH/WINWK/01All Saints' Church, Winwick: a general view from the south, gravestones in the churchyard, trees in leaf on either side.
PH/WINWK/02All Saints' Church, Winwick: a general view from the south, gravestones in the churchyard, trees in leaf on either side.
PH/WINWK/03All Saints' Church, Winwick: from the south-east showing chancel, south transept, part of nave roof and tower; gravestones in the churchyard.
PH/WINWK/04All Saints' Church, Winwick: the north aisle seen from the north-west, with clerestorey and part of the tower.
PH/WINWK/05All Saints' Church, Winwick: from the south-west showing tower, nave, south aisle, south porch and south transept; hedge in the foreground hides some of the building, with trees in leaf on either side.
PH/WINWK/06All Saints' Church, Winwick: the steeple from the west, with clock, brick wall in front of church, small wooden gate to the right, and a tree in leaf on either side of the church.
PH/WINWK/07a-cAll Saints' Church, Winwick: a distant view from the south, with gravestones in the churchyard, rough grass with wooden gate and fence in the foreground.
PH/WINWK/08All Saints' Church, Winwick: the south doorway seen from outside..
PH/WINWK/09All Saints' Church, Winwick: looking west through the nave to the tower arch, nave arcades on either side with pews in the foreground.
PH/WINWK/10All Saints' Church, Winwick: looking south-east through the nave to the chancel and the east end of the south transept, showing part of the chancel and chancel arch, south nave arcade, with pews in the foreground.
PH/WINWK/11All Saints' Church, Winwick: interior view of the east side of the south transept and the south side of the chancel arch, with lectern and pews in the foreground, two hanging lamps.
PH/WINWK/12a-cAll Saints' Church, Winwick: rubbing of a rectangular inscription: "Here lyeth the body of Edward Collins the son of Edward Collin of Winwick Gen. who departed this life the 28th day of January 1685 in the 49th year of his age and left issue Edmund his only child".
PH/WINWK/13All Saints' Church, Winwick: looking east through the nave to the chancel and showing the chancel arch, nave arcades and parts of the north and south aisles; pulpit to the left of chancel arch and lectern to the right, hanging lamps suspended from the timber roof.
PH/WISTO/01a-eSt John the Baptist's Church, Wistow: a general view from the south-east, brick churchyard wall in front with unmade road in the foreground, trees in leaf on either side.
PH/WISTO/02St John the Baptist's Church, Wistow: a general view from the south-east, gravestones in the churchyard with brick churchyard wall in the foreground.
PH/WISTO/03a-bSt John the Baptist's Church, Wistow: a distant view from the south-west, gravestones in the churchyard, churchyard wall and a hedge in the foreground.
PH/WISTO/04St John the Baptist's Church, Wistow: from the north-east showing chancel, nave, north aisle and part of the tower, all partly hidden by trees and shrubs in leaf in the foreground.
PH/WISTO/05St John the Baptist's Church, Wistow: from the north-west showing tower, nave, and north aisle, gravestones in the churchyard with brick churchyard wall in the foreground.
PH/WISTO/06St John the Baptist's Church, Wistow: a distant view from the south-west, gravestones in the churchyard inside a brick wal, hedge and a wooden gate in the foreground.
PH/WISTO/07St John the Baptist's Church, Wistow: a stone from a tympanum, rectangular with carved decoration, resting on top of the churchyard wall.
PH/WISTO/08St John the Baptist's Church, Wistow: a rectangular carved stone from a tympanum resting on the churchyard wall, with gravestones and the base of the tower visible behind.
PH/WISTO/09 a-cSt John the Baptist's Church, Wistow: looking east through the nave to the chancel and showing chancel arch with altar in the background, pulpit to the left, nave arcades on either side, pews in the foreground and hanging lamps in the centre.
PH/WISTO/10St John the Baptist's Church, Wistow: an interior view from the west showing chancel arch with pulpit to the left and south aisle screen. A hanging lamp in the centre.
PH/WISTO/11St John the Baptist's Church, Wistow: An interior view looking north-east from the nave and showing easternmost nave arch, the east end of the north aisle and part of the chancel arch, with pulpit in the centre and hanging lamps.
PH/WISTO/12St John the Baptist's Church, Wistow: looking west from the chancel arch to the tower arch, with nave arcades on either side and pews in the foreground.
PH/WISTO/13St John the Baptist's Church, Wistow: the west window in the south aisle, seen from inside, Perpendicular tracery and some pieces of stained glass.
PH/WISTO/14Wistow Rectory: a large, square, brick-built house, extended blinds shading the ground floor windows, climbing shrubs on the walls, trees in leaf to the left, with a lawn in the foreground.
PH/WISTO/15Uriah Harris's house, Wistow: house with two gabled wings, tiled roofs and, two chimneys, trees in leaf on either side, hedge in the foreground.
PH/WISTO/16The Three Horsehoes, Wistow: a thatched house with several wings, ivy-clad walls and several chimneys, inn sign on post and unmade road in the foreground.
PH/WISTO/17Mr. Dorrington's house, Wistow: a house with tiled roof and dormer windows, brick wall in front, with wooden fence and gates to the left, unmade road in the foreground.
PH/WISTO/18Wistow Bridge: stone-built with three arches, no parapet but wooden fencing along both sides; a ford across the stream to the right.
PH/WOOLY/01St Mary's Church, Woolley: a general view from the south-east, gravestones in the churchyard and rough grass in the foreground, trees in leaf on either side.
PH/WOOLY/02St Mary's Church, Woolley: a general view from the south, wooden picket fence in the foreground, with trees in leaf.
PH/WOOLY/03St Mary's Church, Woolley: a general view from the north-east through trees (without leaves) in the foreground, with picket fence.
PH/WOOLY/04St Mary's Church, Woolley: a general view from the south-east, gravestones in the churchyard, wooden picket fence and rough grass and unmade road in the foreground, trees in leaf on either side.
PH/WOOLY/05a-bSt Mary's Church, Woolley: a distant view from the north-west showing nave and steeple through trees, with rough grass in the foreground. Very dark.
PH/WOOLY/06St Mary's Church, Woolley: a general view from the south-east during restoration work, with scaffolding round the steeple and workmen on the scaffolding; gravestones in the churchyard, rough grass in the foreground, two bicycles propped up against the church wall.
PH/WOOLY/07a-fSt Mary's Church, Woolley: the same photograph as PH/WOOLY/06.
PH/WOOLY/08a-fSt Mary's Church, Woolley: the nave and steeple seen during the same restoration work shown in PH/WOOLY/06-07, but slightly more from the south, with scaffolding round the spire, gravestones in the churchyard, rough grass in the foreground, bicycles propped up against the church wall.
PH/WOOLY/09St Mary's Church, Woolley: looking south-east through the nave to the chancel and showing the chancel arch with a screen consisting of planking filling most of the archway, nave arcades on either side, pulpit to the left, with pews on either side, font with conical cover in the foreground.
PH/WOOLY/10a-cSt Mary's Church, Woolley: looking north-east through the nave to the chancel and showing the chancel arch largely boarded in with planking apart from a small door, pulpit to the left, with pews on either side, font with conical cover in the foreground.
PH/WOOLY/11St Mary's Church, Woolley: looking west through the nave to the tower arch and screen, showing part of the beamed roof, nave arcades on either side, with font in the centre.
PH/WOOLY/12St Mary's Church, Woolley: an interior view of the north-east corner of the chancel, with altar and altar rails, and pews in the foreground.
PH/WOOLY/13a-fSt Mary's Church, Woolley: looking east through the nave to the chancel and showing the chancel arch (now without its planking screen), nave arcades and pews, pulpit to the left and lectern to the right, standard candle holders on either side, stonework of interior walls revealed.
PH/WOOLY/14a-dWoolley Rectory: L-shaped house with ivy-clad walls and lawn in the foreground, two women standing outside the arched front doorway; trees in leaf.
PH/WOOLY/15St Mary's Church, Woolley: a general view from the south-east, gravestones in the churchyard, with rough grass in the foreground, trees in leaf at the back and sides of the church.
PH/WOOLY/16St Mary's Church, Woolley: looking east through the nave to the chancel and showing the chancel arch, nave arcades, part of the north aisle, north transept and part of the south transept; pulpit to the left of the chancel arch, lectern to the right, a prie-dieu in the centre aisle, pews in the nave, with font (now without its cover) in the foreground, stove and stove pipe to the right.
PH/WYTON/01All Saints' Church, Wyton: a general view from the north-east, ivy-clad walls, with rose bushes in the churchyard, grass in the foreground.
PH/WYTON/02WytonAll Saints' Church, Wyton: a general view from the north, ivy-clad walls, with gravestones in the churchyard and rough grass in the foreground.
PH/WYTON/03WytonAll Saints' Church, Wyton: from the south-east, showing nave, south porch and steeple, gravestones in the churchyard.
PH/WYTON/04WytonAll Saints' Church, Wyton: the north door, from the outside, showing archway and decorative ironwork on the door.
PH/WYTON/05WytonAll Saints' Church, Wyton: looking east through the nave to the chancel and showing chancel arch, north nave arcade to the left with pews in the foreground and pulpit to the left of chancel arch.
PH/WYTON/06a-cWytonWyton Rectory (nowadays the "Old Rectory"): a large brick-built house with gables at each end of the front, tall chimneys, a large conservatory to the right and a pond in the foreground.
PH/WYTON/07WytonA house at Wyton (opposite the Three Jolly Butchers): large two-storeyed house with slate roof and large sash windows, an elderly couple standing in front of the door (in costume of about the 1890s) and with garden wall and gate piers in the foreground.
PH/WYTON/08WytonPart of Wyton village in about 1930: looking east from the junction of Ware Lane towards Houghton, with the Three Jolly Butchers visible on the right; old man with a beard and walking stick in the foreground, car parked in the right background.
PH/YAXLY/01YaxleySt Peter's Church, Yaxley: a general view from the south-west, with gravestones in the churchyard and stone churchyard wall, trees in leaf on either side, rough grass in the foreground.
PH/YAXLY/02YaxleySt Peter's Church, Yaxley: a general view from the south-west, with gravestones in the churchyard and stone churchyard wall, rough grass in the foreground.
PH/YAXLY/03YaxleySt Peter's Church, Yaxley: a general view from the south-west, with gravestones in the churchyard surrounded by a stone wall, trees in leaf on either side, rough grass in the foreground.
PH/YAXLY/04YaxleySt Peter's Church, Yaxley: a general view from the north, gravestones in the churchyard behind a stone wall, path and rough grass in the foreground.
PH/YAXLY/05a-cYaxleySt Peter's Church, Yaxley: from the east showing the east end of the chancel and the north and south aisles, part of the nave roof, south transept and tower; stone churchyard wall and blurred figure in the foreground.
PH/YAXLY/06a-bYaxleySt Peter's Church, Yaxley: a general view from the south-east, stone churchyard wall in front, rough grass in the foreground.
PH/YAXLY/07a-eYaxleySt Peter's Church, Yaxley: looking into the chancel from the east end of the nave and showing the chancel arch and screen decorated with ivy, pulpit to the right also decorated with ivy, box pews on either side of nave, lectern in the central aisle, square hatchment above chancel arch.
PH/YAXLY/08a-bYaxleySt Peter's Church, Yaxley: looking east through the nave to the chancel and showing the chancel arch with screen and organ pipes above, pulpit with canopy to the right, brass eagle lectern to the left, nave arcade on either side, pews.
PH/YAXLY/09a-bYaxleySt Peter's Church, Yaxley: looking east through the nave to the chancel and showing the chancel arch with screen and organ pipes above, nave arcade on either side, pews in the foreground.
PH/YAXLY/10YaxleySt Peter's Church, Yaxley: looking east through the nave to the chancel and showing the chancel arch with screen and organ pipes above, pulpit to the right and lectern to the left, with several oil lamps hanging above.
PH/YAXLY/11YaxleySt Peter's Church, Yaxley: looking east through the nave to the chancel and north aisle and showing chancel arch with screen and organ pipes above, pulpit with canopy to the right, lectern in the form of an eagle to the left, north nave arcade, pews in the foreground.
PH/YAXLY/12YaxleySt Peter's Church, Yaxley: an interior view showing the west wall of the nave with archway at the bottom and above it a faint wall painting of figures and texts.
PH/YAXLY/13YaxleySt Peter's Church, Yaxley: a drawing of the church from the south east.
PH/YAXLY/14YaxleySt Peter's Church, Yaxley: identical to PH/YAXLY/01.
PH/YAXLY/15YaxleySt Peter's Church, Yaxley: looking east through the nave to the chancel and showing the chancel arch and screen with rood loft and organ above, nave arcades, lectern to the left of screen and pulpit to the right, pews in the foreground.
PH/YAXLY/16YaxleySt Peter's Church, Yaxley: a watercolour of the 14th-century frescoes in the north chapel, showing three men with long robes and walking sticks (apparently representing the road to Emmaus), with quatrefoil decorations dotted about them and part of an arch at the bottom right.
PH/YAXLY/17a-bYaxleySt Peter's Church, Yaxley: drawing of the frescoes shown in PH/YAXLY/16: shown here in negative, white on blue.
PH/YAXLY/18YaxleySt Peter's Church, Yaxley: drawings of architectural details - gargoyles, corbels and a piscina.
PH/YAXLY/19YaxleySt Peter's Church, Yaxley: drawings of architectural details - piscinae and aumbreys, piscina and sedilia, font.
PH/YAXLY/20YaxleySt Peter's Church, Yaxley: drawings of architectural details - corbels, capitals and a pier.
PH/YAXLY/21YaxleySt Peter's Church, Yaxley: drawing of part of a fresco in the North chapel - a design of leaves and curls with a Latin inscription near the bottom.
PH/YAXLY/22YaxleySt Peter's Church, Yaxley: A very faded drawing of frescoes in the north chapel - or could it be an actual photograph? Showing the group of figures shown in PH/YAXLY/16 & 17, with above them the decoration shown in PH/YAXLY/21.
PH/YAXLY/23YaxleySt Peter's Church, Yaxley: a very faint early photograph, outlined in pencil and with colour wash added, showing the church from the west, with the tower and north aisle prominent; churchyard wall, trees and a pond in the foreground.
PH/YELLG/01YellingThe Church of the Holy Cross, Yelling: a general view from the south-east, with gravestones in rough grass in the churchyard.
PH/YELLG/02YellingThe Church of the Holy Cross, Yelling: looking east through the nave to the chancel and showing the chancel arch with screen, nave arcades on either side, pews in the foreground.
PH/YELLG/03YellingYelling Rectory: a building in two parts, the right part apparently 18th-century with dormer windows, the left part later, two-storeyed with less steeply pitched roof; a group of ladies in dress of about 1900 standing in front, with hedges and fences in front of them and church tower in the right background behind a leafless tree.
(S.IVE) *2007.39-49St IvesTHE JUDE COLLECTION: a large collection of glass negatives and lantern slides, given to the Museum by Julia Briars Filby who had them from M. Jude, 57 Newport Drive, Alcester, Warwick B49 5BJ. The pictures were presumably all taken by R.C. (Bob) Jude, who lived on "The Island" at St Ives until his death in the 1980s.
(S.IVE) *2007.39-49 (contd.)St IvesThere are no doubt ways of viewing, printing and scanning pictures like these. When this has been done, rearranging the collection might be considered. Note in the meantime that the pictures include some unique images, including the only photograph I've seen of the bridge chapel upper storeys in the course of demolition in 1930, some good shots of the Broadway and elsewhere during the coronation celebrations of 1937 and good colour slides of the river frozen over in 1963.
(S.IVE) 2007.39.01-32St Ives32 glass lantern slides showing: 1-3) 1937 coronation decorations at 25 Crown Street (Ruston's), Bridge Street & Mr Scotney's House in North Road; 4) Maypole dancing in the Broadway, 12.5.1937; 5) the river in flood, from the Quay, 27.1.1939; 6) the Waits with three single-decker buses; 7-8) the bridge chapel and the Manor House; 9-10) the river, looking upstream from near the bridge; 11) the Norris Museum (faded); 12) the Backwater near the parish church, Museum in the background; 13-16) the bridge and chapel from Bob Jude's garden on the Island; 17) the Old River; 18) Free Church Passage; 19-20) small boats near Hemingford Mill; 21) a sailing dinghy; 22) motorised dinghy "Tern"; 23) the same or similar moored, occupants fishing & knitting; 24-5) sailing dinghy also called "Tern", H. Grey church in background of 24; (contd.)
(S.IVE) 2007.39.01-32 (contd.)St Ives26) Hemingford regatta; 27) the Ferry Boat Inn & ferry, Holywell; 28) St Ives Road, Houghton, with Manor Farm; 29) flood water in a lock, location unknown; 30) a weir, location unknown, with people in a punt beyond it; 31) autumn trees at Hilton; 32) Barnes Walk, showing punts moored in front of cottages.
(S.IVE) 2007.40.01-12St Ives12 glass lantern slides showing scenes at St Ives: 1-2) the river frozen over, 25.1.1963, looking upstream from the bridge; 3) ditto, the Bridge Chapel downstream side from the south bank; 4) ditto with swan and wildfowl, from the Quay; 5) ditto from east end of the Quay; 6) ditto looking downstream from the bridge; 7) ditto looking downstream from the Quay; 8) ditto, tree branches over the ice, location unknown; 9) the Quay in summer with moored boats, seen from the bridge; 10) Bob Jude's garden on the Island looking across to the back of Wellington Street; 11) the bridge from the Island; 12) the Market Hill from the east.
(S.IVE) 2007.41.1-19St Ives19 glass negatives showing: 1-5) front pages of the Daily Express re death of George V, Abdication, and proclamation of George VI; 6-8) crowd in St Ives Market Hill facing the Town Hall; 9) Mayor with lines of policemen receiving people at Town Hall door; 10) Mayor reading from Town Hall balcony; 11) Mayor in front of the Town Hall, crowds with flags and umbrellas, the street very wet; 12-15) a parade, with police, scouts & guides, assembling on the Waits; 16-18) ice skaters on Bury Fen; 19) flood water in the Broadway.
(S.IVE) 2007.41.1-19 (contd.)St Ives
(S.IVE) 2007.42.1-15St Ives15 glass negatives showing St Ives celebrations of the 1937 Coronation: 1) the parish church floodlit; 2) Mr Scotney's house in North Road decorated; 3) Burleigh House on the Waits; 4) Co-op shop in Crown Street decorated; 5-13) celebrations in the Broadway with children, scouts, maypole dancing & gymnastics, parade with float on a lorry; 14) Bridge Street decorated; 15) military parade in the Market Hill being inspected.
(S.IVE) 2007.43.1-11St Ives11 glass negatives showing St Ives celebrations of the 1937 Coronation: 1-2) the bridge and chapel decorated; 3) shop in Crown Street decorated; 4-5) Mr Scotney's house in North Road decorated; 6) the parish church floodlit; 7-8) Crown Street looking east from the Cross; 9) crowd outside the Town Hall; 10-11) events in the Broadway.
(S.IVE) 2007.44.1-11St Ives11 glass negatives showing: 1) a 4-oar racing boat on the river near the Dolphin; 2) Market Hill in snow; 3) a house, location unknown; 4) sheep in a field; 5) swans & cygnets; 6-7) Humphrey Warren's wedding cake; 8-10) flood scenes near the Hermitage at Earith; 11) a tug towing a lighter.
(S.IVE) 2007.45.1-7St Ives7 glass negatives showing: 1) the fire station on the corner of White Hart Lane and East Street being built; 2) the fire station complete with the fire engine outside it and a crowd of people - the opening ceremony?; 3) bridge & chapel from Bob Jude's garden on the Island; 4) unknown location with trees and advertising hoarding - Warner's Park??; 5-6) cottages on the corner of the Waits and Ramsey Road, before and after demolition; 7) road works in Bridge Street, from the corner of Merryland.
(S.IVE) 2007.46.1-8St Ives8 glass negatives showing: 1) road works in Bridge Street; 2-8) the bridge and chapel, some photos with the river in flood.
(S.IVE) 2007.47.1-9St Ives9 glass negatives showing: 1-3) the Cross of Sacrifice on the Market Hill with the road very wet ?or flooded - two photos of it floodlit at night, one by day; 4) the mayor and crowds outside the Town Hall with umbrellas and flags; 5) a staunch on the river, where?; 6) St Ives staunch; 7) two sailing dinghies; 8) dinghy or motor boat moored; 9) horse and cart in front of a row of houses, where?
(S.IVE) 2007.48.1-9St Ives9 glass negatives showing: 1-2) celebrations of the 1937 Coronation in Crown Street and the Broadway; 3) an old photo of the bridge and chapel before the 1930 restoration; 4) a horse being shown for sale at the east end of East Street; 5) Crown Street looking west from the Cross; 6) the upper storeys of the bridge chapel being demolished, river in flood; 7) copy of the classic photo of the cattle market in the Broadway; 8) the parish church from Hemingford Meadow; 9) a punt on the river by the Thicket path..
(S.IVE) 2007.48.1-9 (contd.)St Ives
(S.IVE) 2007.49.1-101St Ives101 film negatives showing: 1-2) a wedding at the Church of the Sacred Heart; 3) Manor House; 4-5) the Waits; 6-7) locks on the river; 8) a riverside building; 9) flood water in a lock; 10-11) cottages and the Ferryboat pub at Holywell; 12) a seaside town; 13) village sign for West Winch; 14-16) river scenes; 17) man sitting reading; 18-25) animals being paraded etc. at an agricultural show; 26-28) bride & groom emerging from a church porch; 29-30) crowds near a church; 31) sandbags piled outside St Ives police station; 32-37) the Waits flooded; 38-9) houses, road, hedges - where? 40) half-timbered building; 41) bushes & trees; 42-3) flooded streets; 44-6) London Road flooded; 47) street scene; 48) The Waits, river frozen; 49) The Waits, snow; 50) view downhill to a village; 51) a water mill; 52) trees and undergrowth; 53) man picking flowers; 54) river with small boat; 55) river with Hem. Grey church; 56-8) sailing dinghy "Tern"; 59) river scene; 60) motor boat; 60-61) two men, one holding a ?blackboard; (contd.)
(S.IVE) 2007.49.1-101 (contd. 1)St Ives62) "Tern" again; 63) part of a painting of flowers; 64) river scene with H. Grey church; 65-6) two men & blackboard again; 67-70) the oak beam with Ramsey Abbey arms now at 7 The Pavement but here seen somewhere else; 71) river looking downstream to the bridge and chapel, frozen and snow covered; 72-4) East Street in snow; 75) The Quadrant in snow; 76) tree & hedge; 77) pages of a magazine showing fishing reels; 78) people sitting round a tea table; 79-80) East Street in snow again; 81-82) a dog; 83) the fire station sandbagged and in snow; 84-5) a woman and a man with that blackboard behind them; 86-7) Jude's garden on the Island, bridge & chapel behind; 88) ?the Island; 89-96) Jude's garden; 97-9) man in a punt in Jude's flooded garden; 100) people paddling on beach; 101) ditto, beach huts & houses behind.
(S.IVE) 2007.49.1-101 (contd. 2)St Ives
PH/?????/01a-bA thatched cottage, presumably local: one-storey cottage with dormers in the thatched roof and a wide verge or bank in the foreground.
PH/?????/02a-bA wooden footbridge, location unknown: a trestle bridge crossing a stream or backwater, with mown grass and staked willow sapling in the foreground, cottages just visible in the background, with a man standing on the bridge.
PH/CAMBS/01Windmill at ?Fen Drayton: a tower mill with a round cap, the tower itself showing a colour change about half-way up, perhaps because of rebuilding; the shuttered sails look complete; in the foreground are a hedge and a small country road, with a bicycle leaning against a gate.
PH/CAMBS/02Windmill at ?Fen Drayton: a tower mill with a round cap and complete sails, with a stack of something in the foreground and a hedge and house-roof behind; the same mill as in PH/CAMBS/01 but from a different angle and with the sails in a different position.
PH/CAMBS/03The tower of Elsworth church, with a thatched cottage in the foreground.
PH/CAMBS/04Two thatched cottages, believed to be at Elsworth: one cottage in the foreground is one-storey and slightly ruinous, another half hidden behind it is two-storey and in better condition.
PH/CAMBS/05Oak Cottage, Fen Drayton: a half-timbered cottage, two-storeyed and tile-roofed, with exposed timbers on the front of the first storey, the roof half-hipped at one end; some plastering has come away and the garden looks uncultivated.
PH/S.IVE (01)CARLISLE TERRACE: See Quadrnt; CROMWELL'S BARN: See Grn.End; CROWN WALK: See East.St;
PH/S.IVE (02)Dating flood pictures: there were major floods in August 1912, March 1937, February 1940 and March 1947; more recent ones at Easter 1998 and New Year 2003. There were doubtless lots of lesser floods as well. Dating pictures to particular floods can often be difficult, especially when there are floods at similar dates and people's costume isn't a guide.
PH/S.IVE/AerialSt Ives aerial photographs are numbered according to the year they were taken. The pictures are thus catalogued in date order as far as possible. However, the date in the number may be a guess or an approximation - check the information in the rest of the record for an evaluation of the photograph's date.
PH/S.IVE/Aerial/1918PH/S.IVE/ Aerial/1918.1-5: a sequence of photographs taken on 24th March 1918 for the inquiry into the air crash the day before - showing the damaged church, but incidentally providing a very clear set of views of part of St Ives in 1918.
PH/S.IVE/Aerial/1918.1Aerial view of the parish church the day after the air crash of 23rd March 1918: from the south-east, showing the church with damaged spire and roofs, Holt Island and the bathing place, houses on the Waits in the foreground with the Dun Horse and part of the old Vicarage on the right.
PH/S.IVE/Aerial/1918.2Aerial view of the parish church the day after the air crash of 23rd March 1918: from the north-east, showing the church with damaged spire and roofs, Holt Island and the bathing place, the churchyard, Barnes House and the maltings behind it, Church Lane, the Grammar School and the corner of Ramsey Road.
PH/S.IVE/Aerial/1918.3Aerial view of the parish church the day after the air crash of 23rd March 1918: a vertical view of the damaged church, part of Holt Island with the bathing place and osier beds, Barnes House and the maltings, the churchyard and part of the brewery on the corner of Ramsey Road.
PH/S.IVE/Aerial/1918.4Aerial view of the parish church the day after the air crash of 23rd March 1918: from the east, showing the church with damaged spire and roofs, Hemingford Meadow, Holt Island and open country west of the town, with the Grammar School and Knight's Brewery (identified by a large signboard) in the foreground.
PH/S.IVE/Aerial/1918.5Aerial view of the parish church the day after the air crash of 23rd March 1918: from the south, showing the church with damaged spire and roofs, Holt Island and the bathing place in the foreground, Westwood Farm and Green End Farm behind, with what was then open fields between them, and Ramsey Road.
PH/S.IVE/Aerial/1919Aerial view of St Ives, taken from the south-east with snow on the ground, February 1919. Showing the meadows in the foreground, the Mill, the bridge and chapel, the cattle market and the town centre as far as Bridge Street.
PH/S.IVE/Aerial/192-Aerial view of St Ives, looking north from the south side of the river, showing most of the Broadway, Market Hill as far east as the Free Church, part of West Street and the Bridge Foot.
PH/S.IVE/Aerial/1922Aerial view of St Ives from the south-west, probably in 1922 or thereabouts: showing the Bridge Foot in the foreground, Merryland and Crown Street but not the Broadway, the cattle market but not the railway station, with Tenterleas and Needingworth Road in the background.
PH/S.IVE/Aerial/1950.1 a-bAerial view of St Ives from the south-east, Monday 14th August 1950: showing parts of St Ives Meadow and Hemingford Meadow, Bridge Foot and most of the town centre apart from Needingworth Road. Marquees are standing on Hemingford Meadow for the regatta held two days earlier on Saturday 12th August.
PH/S.IVE/Aerial/1950.2 a-cAerial view of St Ives from the west, Monday 14th August 1950: showing the whole of the town centre with countryside and railways far beyond to the south-east.
PH/S.IVE/Aerial/196-Aerial view of St Ives from the south-west, showing part of Hemingford Meadow and the New Bridges as far south as the former level crossing; also the town centre as far as the cattle market, East Street, Crown Walk and part of the Broadway. The Friday market is in progress in the Sheep Market.
PH/S.IVE/Aerial/1961Vertical aerial photograph of almost the whole of St Ives, 19th September 1961. Showing the town centre except for a small bit on the south-east, and Ramsey Road as far north as the end of the built-up area; from the Houghton Poultry station isolation unit on the west to the Manchester Arms on the east.
PH/S.IVE/Aerial/1966 a-bAerial view of St Ives from the south-east, 3rd June 1966: showing almost all the town apart from a few buildings on the east side, and open country beyond it to the north.
PH/S.IVE/Aerial/1966 a-b (contd.)
PH/S.IVE/Aerial/1967.1Aerial view of St Ives from the south-west, June 1967: showing Bridge Foot and the town centre except for Ramsey Road and the east end of Station Road.
PH/S.IVE/Aerial/1967.2Aerial view of St Ives from the east, June 1967: showing the town centre as far south as the bridge and as far north as parts of Houghton Road.
PH/S.IVE/Aerial/1967.3Aerial view of St Ives from the north, June 1967: showing the west part of the town centre with Pig Lane and Ramsey Road, Westfield School in the foreground, meadows beyond the river and a distant view of St Ives Road, Hemingford Grey, from Victoria Terrace to the village school.
PH/S.IVE/Aerial/1967.4Aerial view of St Ives from the west, June 1967: showing the town centre and meadows to the south, with Westwood Road in the foreground and the town centre as far as the railway station; to the right is London Road and part of the Low Road, with the Boathaven.
PH/S.IVE/Aerial/1967.5Aerial view of St Ives from the south-east, 5th August 1967: showing the whole town and countryside beyond, but taken from too high up to show much detail.
PH/S.IVE/Aerial/1969Aerial view of the south-east part of St Ives, ?July 1969: seen from the south and looking north-east, with the bridge and chapel and the Mill in the foreground, the south end of Needingworth Road and the railway station, with gravel pits beyond.
PH/S.IVE/Aerial/197-Vertical aerial photograph of St Ives, c. 1975: showing the whole town and some areas round, including part of Hemingford and the Houghton Poultry Research Station; housing estates have been built along Ramsey Road, as far as Hill Rise on the west, with the first phase of the Burleigh Hill esate (east of Ramsey Road at its north end) under construction.
PH/S.IVE/Aerial/197- (contd.)
PH/S.IVE/Aerial/1980Aerial view of the opening ceremony for the St Ives bypass, 9th October 1980: the new river bridge seen from the east, with a cluster of people and a few vehicles in the middle. The Boathaven and Staunch in the foreground, the Old Mill and London Road in the background (with a furniture van on the road, a reminder of the heavy traffic that used the old bridge until 1980).
PH/S.IVE/Aerial/1992Aerial view of St Ives town centre from the west, 30th June 1992: showing the Norris Museum at bottom left, the Dolphin mid-right (but not the Old Mill), the bypass and the Wilderness, offices in Meadow Lane and parts of two flooded gravel pits, part of Needingworth Road and Tenterleas, the Quadrant and East Street as far as the almshouses.
PH/S.IVE/BarnesWThe Barnes Walk Air crash, 23rd September 1917: see PH/S.IVE/NorrisM/15-16 for photographs of Norris Knight, the pilot; for information, see letters from the Irwins in the St Ives Information file, the "Crash" exhibition script, and especially David Viles' discovery of the contemporary newspaper account, referred to in my article for "The Huntsman". Also Bridget Smith's article in "Records of Hunts" 1995.
PH/S.IVE/BarnesW/01The crashed Maurice Farman Shorthorn aircraft in the garden of Barnes House, September 1917: the aircraft is nose-dived into some bushes with two schoolgirls standing to the right; glimpses of a house in the background.
PH/S.IVE/BarnesW/02The crashed Maurice Farman Shorthorn aircraft in the garden of Barnes House, September 1917: a slightly different view of the scene shown in PH/S.IVE/BarnesW/01 but without the schoolgirls.
PH/S.IVE/BarnesW/03The crashed Maurice Farman Shorthorn aircraft in the garden of Barnes House, September 1917: seen from outside the garden wall with a street or path - almost certainly Barnes Walk - in the foreground, and a cottage with dormer windows on the left. Schoolboys are standing about.
PH/S.IVE/BarnesW/04Barnes Walk looking east: with the garden wall of Barnes House on the left and the trunks and foliage of mature trees in a row along the right.
PH/S.IVE/Bdge.FtSee also PH/S.IVE/Mill.
PH/S.IVE/Bdge.Ft./01Bridge Foot looking north towards the bridge, with the Dolphin Hotel on the left and the bridge chapel in the background; much traffic waiting at the traffic lights on the bridge.
PH/S.IVE/Bdge.Ft/02Bridge Foot looking north towards the Dolphin and the White Horse: the Dolphin is on the left with its stable block still standing and the 18th-century Bridge House behind it; on the right is the White Horse Tap building. The old toll booth stands in front of the Dolphin on the left, still apparently in quite good repair.
PH/S.IVE/Bdge.Ft/03Bridge House, the 18th-century house on the west side of Bridge Foot (since demolished), seen from the north side of the river: shows the building's bottom storey, often hidden in photographs taken from east of the bridge, and the outbuildings to the west of it. The bridge piers are on the left and a cabin cruiser is passing under the bridge; trees not in leaf.
PH/S.IVE/Bdge.Ft/04The landing stage for the Dolphin Hotel seen from the other side of the river: river in the foreground with outbuildings of Bridge House in the background (cf PH/S.IVE/Bdge.Ft/03). Two wooden-hulled cabin cruisers are moored at the landing, which has notices saying "The Dolphin" and "Fully Licensed". Trees in leaf, including a row of them on the west of the site, against Hemingford Meadow.
PH/S.IVE/Bdge.Ft/05A corner of the inn yard of the White Horse, on the east side of the road at Bridge Foot: the angle between two ranges of the building with a Wistaria growing over a lean-to roof; barrels and flower pots standing about, and a boot scraper.
PH/S.IVE/Bdge.Ft/06The White Horse Inn yard, showing a range of buildings on two sides of the yard including outbuildings and a barn; part of the inn covered with a Wistaria; various people in 19th-century costume are posing for the picture, including three men sitting in an open horse-drawn carriage.
PH/S.IVE/Bdge.Ft/07The left half of the Thomas Telford drawing of St Ives Bridge and the New Bridges: an elevation and section above, plan below.
PH/S.IVE/Bdge.Ft/07 (contd.)
PH/S.IVE/Bdge.Ft/08The right half of the Thomas Telford drawing of St Ives Bridge and the New Bridges: an elevation and section above, plan below.
PH/S.IVE/Bdge.Ft/08 (contd.)
PH/S.IVE/Bdge.StDating photographs of Bridge Street:
PH/S.IVE/Bdge.St/01An engraving of Bridge Street showing the bridge to the right, the Manor House and buildings in the background with Bridge Street in front. Boats on the river in the foreground.
PH/S.IVE/Bdge.St/02Bridge Street looking south from near the corner of Merryland: the street is cobbled and crowded with people (many looking at the camera), horses and carts, with shop wares piled up by the kerb; one of the carts is marked "Great Eastern Railway Company". Kiddle's shop is on the left with Hill on the right, on the corner of Merryland. The bridge chapel with its extra storeys is in the background.
PH/S.IVE/Bdge.St/03Bridge Street looking south from the same position as PH/S.IVE/Bdge.St/02, and probably taken on the same occasion as one of the horses and carts looks the same in both pictures.
PH/S.IVE/Bdge.St/04Bridge Street seen from the bridge: a summer scene with the tree by the bridge foot in leaf (and blown by the wind); crowds of people, and horses and carts, in the street; the Crown at the far end seems to have no black cross on it and the 1887 Post Office is built; the town clock is still there.
PH/S.IVE/Bdge.St/05Bridge Street looking south from near the corner of Merryland: people and horse traffic in the street, sunlit on the right with shadow on the left (so taken in the morning); similar to PH/S.IVE/Bdge.St/02-03 but with some differences of detail.
PH/S.IVE/Bdge.St/06Bridge Street, looking north from near the bridge with a few people standing about; two of the shops are flying big flags - could this be shortly after or shortly before a jubilee celebration or similar? The 1887 Post Office is built. The picture is blurred round the edges and with a crack across it from the glass plate.
PH/S.IVE/Bdge.St/07Bridge Street loking north from the bridge, showing the street decorated with flags and bunting for the 1897 Jubilee; many people and some horses and carts standing in the street. The 1887 Post Office is built (it was built in autumn 1887 so this must be the 1897 Jubilee); the Crown has its black cross with C. Smith's name painted on it in white.
PH/S.IVE/Bdge.St/08Bryant and Bryant's shop in Bridge Street decorated for one of the Jubilees (1887 or 97): two-storey building with pediment in front of the pitched roof and a gas lamp on the pavement in front; many flags, some of which show the Queen as a young woman; women's faces at some of the upstairs windows and a boy standing on the pavement to the left of the shop.
PH/S.IVE/Bdge.St/09a-bBridge Street looking north: people are standing on the cobbled street, including a child in a pram; rough shop awnings on the left (sunny) side, so the picture was taken in the morning or early afternoon. The cross on the Crown is visible and the 1887 Post Office has been built, but there are no tall telegraph poles.
PH/S.IVE/Bdge.St/10Bridge Street looking south from near the Crown: people, shop wares and horse-drawn vehicles on the cobbled street, including two lady cyclists in long skirts and blouses; a bundle of roach poles is leaning against the street lamp on the corner of Merryland with a town pump visible on the right. A horse and cart waits outside Kiddles on the left - the horse has been identified as the Kiddles' "Tommy", perhaps by Robin Kiddle but I can't remember who told me.
PH/S.IVE/Bdge.St/11Bridge Street looking north from near the Manor House: horses and carts in the street and a boy on a bicycle in the foreground; a Wadsworth cart loaded with Wadsworth boxes on the left. The cross on the Crown is visible, the 1887 Post Office is built, but there are no tall telegraph poles.
PH/S.IVE/Bridge/25The bridge and chapel, downstream side, seen from the "Island"; extra storeys on the chapel, tollbooth gone from the bridge, low telegraph pole at its north end; buildings visible to right and left of bridge, including riverfront houses etc. behind Wellington Street; a boy poling a punt in the foreground.
PH/S.IVE/Bridge/26The bridge and chapel, downstream side, seen from the railway with the "Island" in the foreground (with signs of boatbuilding on it); extra storeys on the chapel, tollbooth still on the bridge, low telegraph pole at its north end; buildings to left and right of bridge, big chimney in Wellington Street - a winter scene with bare trees.
PH/S.IVE/Bridge/27The bridge and chapel, downstream side; extra storeys on the chapel but tollbooth gone from the bridge; Bridge House to the left, two people in a rowing boat in the foreground.
PH/S.IVE/Bridge/28The bridge and chapel, downstream side; extra storeys on the chapel, tollbooth gone from the bridge, very tall telegraph pole at its north end; the Manor House and part of the Quay to the right, washing hanging on the chapel balcony railings, children on the Quay.
PH/S.IVE/Bridge/29The bridge and chapel, downstream side, with parts of the buildings to right and left and a bit of the Quay in the foreground; chapel has extra storeys, the tollbooth is gone from the bridge, low telegraph pole at its north end.
PH/S.IVE/Bridge/30The bridge and chapel, downstream side, seen from the Quay; Bridge House in the background; chapel has extra storeys and the tollbooth is still on the bridge; there are wooden railings along the part of the Quay nearest the bridge; a winter scene - trees without leaves and the river quite high.
PH/S.IVE/Bridge/31The bridge and chapel, downstream side, seen from the Quay; chapel has extra storeys and the tollbooth is still on the bridge; Bridge House in the background; a summer scene with the river lowered and the foundations of the bridge piers exposed; there seem to be coats or clothes on the Quay wall, perhaps left by boaters or bathers.
PH/S.IVE/Bridge/32The bridge and chapel, downstream side, seen from the "Island"; extra storeys on the chapel, tollbooth on the bridge; buildings to left and right of the bridge and moored lighters across the foreground, a sailing dinghy behind them.
PH/S.IVE/Bridge/33The bridge and chapel, upstream side, seen from Hemingford Meadow, with grass in the foreground, bare trees on the right, Manor House and houses on the Quay on the left; tall telegraph pole beside the Manor House; chapel has extra storeys; small boat moored by steps beside the Manor House.
PH/S.IVE/Bridge/34One of the bridge arches, seen from close to on the downstream side and with the camera very close to the water, presumably in a boat; one of the pointed-topped arches - probably the one north of the chapel; with the Holt Island and parish church behind.
PH/S.IVE/Bridge/35The bridge and chapel, downstream side, seen from the present-day Masonic Lodge; extra storeys on chapel, tollbooth gone from the bridge, low telegraph pole at its north end; Bridge House on the left, Manor House and part of Quay on the right; a winter scene - trees leafless and the river quite high.
PH/S.IVE/Bridge/36The bridge and chapel, downstream side, seen from the Quay; extra storeys on chapel, tollbooth still on the bridge; Bridge House on the left and the Manor House and part of the Quay on the right, wooden railings near the bridge end of the Quay; a winter scene - trees leafless and the river high.
PH/S.IVE/Bridge/37The bridge and chapel, downstream side, seen from the "Island"; extra storeys on the chapel, the tollbooth SEEMS to have gone from the bridge but the picture is too dark to be sure; buildings to the right including the river side of Wellington Street, the Quay and the Manor House; picture dark and with top right corner lost.
PH/S.IVE/Bridge/38The bridge and chapel, upstream side, seen from Hemingford Meadow; extra storeys on the chapel, tall telegraph pole at the north end of the bridge; the Manor House and buildings on the Quay on the left.
PH/S.IVE/Bridge/39The bridge and chapel, upstream side, seen from Hemingford Meadow; extra storeys on the chapel, tall telegraph pole at the north end of the bridge; grass and reeds in the foreground, the Manor House and other buildings to the left, a man in a punt just visible through one of the bridge arches.
PH/S.IVE/Bridge/40The bridge and chapel, upstream side, seen from Hemingford Meadow; extra storeys on the chapel; Manor House and other buildings on the left, part of the Dolphin outbuildings on the right.
PH/S.IVE/Bridge/41a-bThe bridge and chapel, upstream side, seen from Hemingford Meadow; extra storeys on the chapel, tall telegraph pole not yet erected at end of bridge; buildings to left and right, including the Manor House and Dolphin outbuildings; punt moored in the foreground.
PH/S.IVE/Bridge/42The bridge and chapel, upstream side, seen from Hemingford Meadow; extra storeys on the chapel, no tall telegraph pole at end of bridge yet; buildings to left and right including the Manor House, people in two rowing boats in the foreground.
PH/S.IVE/Bridge/43The bridge and chapel, upstream side, seen from Hemingford Meadow; extra storeys on the chapel, tall telegraph pole at north end of bridge; buildings on the left including the Manor House.
PH/S.IVE/Bridge/44a-bThe bridge and chapel, downstream side, seen from the Quay; extra storeys on the chapel, but the tollbooth has gone; Bridge House on the left and the Quay on the right, a boy or young man in a boat on the river and a woman in floor-length dress on the Quay.
PH/S.IVE/Bridge/45The Cambridgeshire hounds entering St Ives across the old bridge: looking along the bridge from its north end, with base of the tall telegraph pole and a gas lamp on the left, the chapel with extra storeys and Bridge House behind; the hounds, huntsmen and onlookers filling the roadway.
PH/S.IVE/Bridge/46The bridge chapel (with extra storeys) seen from the south; looking from one of the refuges on the east side of the bridge, with two young men in the refuge next to the chapel - clear details of the construction of the chapel and its upper storeys; the Manor House and part of the Quay in the background.
PH/S.IVE/Bridge/47The doorway of the bridge chapel soon after its restoration in 1930: showing the west wall of the chapel with the door and doorway, with the 1736 date stone used as the keystone; niche with boot scraper to the right.
PH/S.IVE/Bridge/48The bridge and chapel, downstream side, seen from the Quay - probably soon after the 1930 restoration as the stonework of the chapel parapet looks cleaner than the rest of the building; the tall telegraph pole on the south bank is visible and the river level is very low, exposing the bridge foundations and a beach in front of the Quay.
PH/S.IVE/Bridge/49The bridge and chapel, downstream side, seen from the Quay - a doctored photograph showing the chapel before the 1930 restoration but with the upper storeys removed from the picture to resemble its appearance after 1930; the north-east window has been retouched to resemble the restored tracery, the doctoring of the upper storeys is skilful but omits the stepped higher section of the parapet at the east end (and the reflection of the full three storeys in the water is a give-away!) Bridge House in the left background, steps and railings on the Quay clear in the foreground.
PH/S.IVE/Bridge/50The bridge and chapel, downstream side, seen from the Quay - probably soon after the 1930 restoration as the stonework of the chapel parapet looks cleaner than the rest of the building; Bridge House on left, part of the Manor House and the Quay on the right, tall telegraph poles on each side of the river; the water very low, showing the bridge foundations and a beach in front of the Quay (see PH/S.IVE/Bridge/48).
PH/S.IVE/Bridge/51The bridge and chapel, downstream side, after the 1930 restoration; from near water level, presumably photographed from a boat; the Manor House and a tall telegraph pole to the right, with the wooden railings along the end of the Quay; also a boy in a rowing boat.
PH/S.IVE/Bridge/52Children's procession over the bridge for the fishing event organised by the Cambridge Albion Angling Society, 20th August 1936: looking north across the bridge from above, presumably from an upper storey of Bridge House; grown-ups in front with a banner bearing the Society's name, followed by a huge crowd of children with fishing rods, some with union jacks.
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PH/S.IVE/Bridge/53The bridge and chapel, downstream side, seen from the Quay; with cabin cruiser passing under the bridge and parts of moored boats visible on the right.
PH/S.IVE/Bridge/54The bridge and chapel floodlit to celebrate the coronation of Elizabeth II, June 1953: downstream side, seen from the Quay, with Bridge House to the left and tall telegraph poles to left and right of the bridge.
PH/S.IVE/Bridge/55The bridge and chapel, downstream side, seen from the Quay; after the 1930 restoration; with Bridge House and part of the Manor House, two pleasure boats by the Quay, one of which seems to have sunk.
PH/S.IVE/Bridge/56The bridge and chapel, downstream side, presumably photographed from a boat; with the Quay on the right with moored boats, a fisherman on one of them, floating weed in the foreground; black area at top of print due to a technical fault.
PH/S.IVE/Bridge/57The chapel and the centre of the bridge, downstream side, with a four-oared boat in the foreground heading downstream with four people in it.
PH/S.IVE/Bridge/58The chapel and most of the bridge (except the southernmost arches), downstream side; part of the Manor House and Quay on the right, moored rowing boats and punts in the foreground, wooden railings on the Quay and children at the bottom of the steps down to the water.
PH/S.IVE/Bridge/59The bridge and chapel, downstream side, seen from the "Island"; trees to the left, Manor House and Quay to the right, tall telegraph poles on both sides; negative scratched.
PH/S.IVE/Bridge/60The bridge and chapel, downstream side, seen from the "Island", with moored boats to the left, Manor House and Quay to the right, tall telegraph poles on both sides and rushes in the foreground.
PH/S.IVE/Bridge/61The bridge and chapel, downstream side, seen from the "Island"; trees to the left, Manor House and Quay to the right, tall telegraph pole at the north end of the bridge, moored rowing boats by the Quay and part of a cabin cruiser or similar in the right foreground.
PH/S.IVE/Bridge/62The chapel and the middle of the bridge, downstream side; in the foreground a large rowing boat being rowed by a small boy in shorts and singlet; trees behind on the south bank.
PH/S.IVE/Bridge/63The bridge and chapel seen from the Quay, with Bridge House and trees in leaf behind, and a light-coloured saloon car parked on the Quay in the foreground, registration no. BPU 576. Date about 1950?, to judge by the car.
PH/S.IVE/Bridge/64The bridge and the Bridge Foot seen from the spire of the Free Church, January 1996: buildings in the foreground, including the Manor House; the Dolphin and White Horse beyond the bridge, with fields visible as far as Hemingford Grey; Hemingford Meadow under flood water.
PH/S.IVE/Bridge/65The bridge and chapel, seen from the Quay in the floods of ?1938: Bridge House and a tall telegraph pole on the far bank; the river level very high, not far short of the chapel balcony.
PH/S.IVE/Bridge/66The bridge and chapel, seen from the south bank and the downstream side, with trees in the left foreground and the Manor House and part of Bridge Street and the Quay behind to the right; traffic lights at the junction of the Quay and Bridge Street; the brewery chimney behind the Broadway visible in the background.
PH/S.IVE/Broad.LPH/S.IVE/Broad.L/1-4 show the demolition of the school in Broad Leas in 1994, photographs taken by Don Betts.
PH/S.IVE/Broad.L/01Demolition of the school in Broad Leas, 1994: single-storey building with two-storey wing at one end; roof tiles removed and timbers exposed; white van parked on the left.
PH/S.IVE/Broad.L/02Demolition of the school in Broad Leas, 1994, showing exposed roof timbers, part of a gabled window, two lower windows and a section of the interior; bricks and rubble in the foreground, demolition lorry on the right.
PH/S.IVE/Broad.L/03Demolition of the school in Broad Leas, 1994, showing single-storey section with two windows and part of brick wall to the left. Bricks and rubble in the foreground with two men at work in front. Trees in the background.
PH/S.IVE/Broad.L/04Demolition of the school in Broad Leas, 1994, showing a few exposed timbers, part of walls and roof line; bricks and rubble to the right of the photo with a JCB to the left in the foreground.
PH/S.IVE/Broad.L/05Part of the interior of Rheola: a panelled room with carved wooden fire surround on the right, a pair of oars hanging above the panelling in the left background; much carved furniture, candlesticks on the sideboard, pictures and knick-knacks everywhere, a decorated carpet on the floor.
PH/S.IVE/Broad.L/06Part of the interior of Rheola: the same rooom as in PH/S.IVE/Broad.L/5 but this time looking directly at the carved wooden fire surround, with tables and chairs in front of it. Above the surround is a plaque with in relief "In this house, John Bunyan was once lodged; also John Wesley, on his first visit to this place in 1770".
PH/S.IVE/Broadwy/01a-dCattle being sold in the Broadway in or before 1886: looking west from the upper floor of the building at the east end of the street, with a crowd of cattle, men and boys on the cobbled street and a clear view of the buildings as far as the parish church. A remarkably clear and justly famous photograph. The weekly News, Hunts Post: The Broadway, St Ives. Is the first in this series of "As The Years Go By". The following text goes with the picture: A photograph of the Broadway, St Ives, which, I understand was taken about 50 years ago. I think it is true to say, on looking at the photograph, there seems to be only a slight change in respect to the buildins. It is felt certain that the photograph was taken at a Monday market, as one cansee a large amount of cattle lining both sides of the street and in the foreground. To-day the Market is not held in the Broadway and on a present day Monday the street is lined with motor vehicles. Large cobble stones made up the road in those days by-gone days, but are now is replaced by a smooth surface. The men in the photograph appear to be prospective buyers, but by the look of things they seem to be taking things quite easy and chatting to each other. Bowler hats are certainly the fashion ayt the time, for apart for the young boys in the photgraph everyone seems to be wearing this type of head gear. In the centre on e can see a man wearing a dark apron and
PH/S.IVE/Broadwy/01a-d (contd.)in shirt sleeves and according to what I am told, he was named Mr. Collinson, a well-known fish merchant at that time. As I have said, most of the buildings are identifiable, but I think the greatest change is on the left of the street, where the local cinema now stands. The right side of the street seems unchanged. The shop is now occupied by Messrs. Russells as a wholesale tobacconist and next to this is the building which now comprises several offices. In the far distance there can just be seen the steeple of the Parish Church, towering high above the town as it does to-day. This weeks photograph was kindly loaned by Messrs. H.G. Stiles of St Ives.
PH/S.IVE/Broadwy/02a-bCattle being sold in the Broadway: a similar view to Broadwy/01, taken from the same place and perhaps on the same occasion, but a lot less clear - except for the buildings on the Waits which show clearly in sunshine.
PH/S.IVE/Broadwy/03a-dThe Broadway, looking west from near its east end: with wooden railings along the edge of the pavements (and iron posts with chains in the right foreground), suggesting that the cattle market is still being held there or has recently closed; buildings on both sides, fading to indistinctness at the far end, though the Victoria Memorial (1902) seems not to be there; cobbled surface, a few people standing around.
PH/S.IVE/Broadwy/04The Broadway, looking west from near the entrance of Crown Street: cobbled surface, with the wooden railings for the cattle market still in position; bright sunshine, with a shadow cast by the buildings behind the camera; the Cow and Hare's sign and sign bracket are in the right foreground.
PH/S.IVE/Broadwy/05The Broadway, looking west from near the entrance of Crown Street: cobbled surface, with the wooden railings on each side and carpenters at work in the right foreground; also a very long pole leaning against a building on the left side.
PH/S.IVE/Broadwy/06The Broadway, looking west from near the east corner: cobbled surface, no wooden railings and so presumably taken after the closure of the cattle market in 1886; a crowd of children in the right foreground watch the camera, several of them blurred by movement; signs on buildings on the right include "J.G. Clarke's Albion Printing Works" and a pictorial sign for the Unicorn.
PH/S.IVE/Broadwy/07The Broadway, looking west from near the entrance to Crown Street: cobbled surface, people standing round including one with a pram; the Unicorn pub sign seems to have gone, which would date the picture to 1894 or later; crack in the glass plate runs across the picture.
PH/S.IVE/Broadwy/08The back yard of Russell's grocer's business, believed to be in the Broadway: a narrow yard with outbuildings on each side and the backs of the main buildings behind, the yard filled with men in long aprons and one in a suit; some damage and a crack on the glass plate at the bottom.
PH/S.IVE/Broadwy/09The Broadway, looking east from near the west end: the Constitutional Hall is in the left foreground and the Victoria Memorial (1902) in the background; cobbled surface, two prams near the camera.
PH/S.IVE/Broadwy/10a-bThe east end of the Broadway showing houses on both sides and into Crown Street and Merryland, with the Victoria Memorial in the middle.
PH/S.IVE/Broadwy/11The Victoria Memorial seen from the entrance to Crown Street, with buildings on the south side of the Broadway clear in the background; cobbled surface, spectators standing round watching the camera.
PH/S.IVE/Broadwy/12a-bThe east end of the Broadway, looking east to Crown Street from the south side of the street, and showing the Victoria Memorial and the Cow and Hare.
PH/S.IVE/Broadwy/13The Victoria Memorial, with the Broadway and the parish church seen behind it; several boys sitting or standing on the Memorial.
PH/S.IVE/Broadwy/14The Victoria Jubilee Memorial at Sandown, Isle of Wight, from which the St Ives Memorial was copied: a stone column of identical design to the St Ives version except that the lamp on top is different - perhaps a later electric replacement? It stands in the middle of the street, with the large Sandown Hotel behind it.
PH/S.IVE/Broadwy/15A drawing or print of the two buildings at the east end of the Broadway (site of the present-day Piggott's shop), with Crown Street behind; cobbled street, railings in front of the shops and no sign of the Victoria Memorial.
PH/S.IVE/Broadwy/16A military parade in the Broadway: looking west from the upper storey of the building at the east end of the street, past the Victoria Memorial; soldiers march east along the street with well-dressed civilians on either side; buildings on either side of the street are shown clearly.
PH/S.IVE/Broadwy/17A parade in the Broadway ?time of the First World War, involving fundraising for hospitals or the Red Cross looking east from a raised position near the west end of the street (?the window of York House), at a horse and cart filled with people, some in uniform, with a banner reading 'keep the Flag Flying, Defenders of our Flag', buildings on the north side of the street show clearly the Victoria Memorial is at the east end.
PH/S.IVE/Broadwy/18A parade in the Broadway: men and women, some carrying flags, walking eastwards down the north side of the street, which is decked with flags and bunting.
PH/S.IVE/Broadwy/19Wych House: the street façade with parts of the buildings to right and left and a street lamp in front.
PH/S.IVE/Broadwy/20Festival of Britain celebrations in the Broadway, 1951: children dressed as Stone Age hunters perform in front of present-day nos. 16-24 (the old Ram on the left, Wych House on the right); the street is hung with flags and bunting and there is a seated audience on the right.
PH/S.IVE/Broadwy/21Festival of Britain celebrations in the Broadway, 1951: children dressed as Stone Age hunters pursue a Mammoth; looking east towards Crown Street, with a large crowd, some of them on seats, and flags and bunting hung around. Quite clear views of some of the buildings.
PH/S.IVE/Broadwy/22Festival of Britain celebrations in the Broadway, 1951: teenaged boys and girls in Victorian costume with an audience sitting and standing around, the street decorated with flags and bunting; in the background are some of the buildings on the south side of the street.
PH/S.IVE/Broadwy/23The Broadway, looking west from the entrance of Merryland, with the Victoria Memorial prominent in the foreground.
PH/S.IVE/Broadwy/24The east end of the Broadway, looking towards Crown Street and Merryland, with the Victoria Memorial, the Cow and Hare pub and various shops visible; also one of the very tall telegraph poles in Crown Street. The Broadway mostly set with cobbles or setts but with a ?tarmac carriageway laid over part of it.
PH/S.IVE/Broadwy/25Mr and Mrs George Randall standing in the auditorium of the Regal Cinema: the picture looks forward over the rows of seats to the curtained screen in the background, Mr and Mrs Randall standing among the seats facing the camera - photographed towards the end of the cinema's life in the 1980s.
PH/S.IVE/Broadwy/26Parade of decorated bicycles, part of the Jubilee celebrations held in the Broadway on 6th May 1935: three cyclists, a child and two teenagers, push their decorated bicycles past a large crowd; in the background is the entrance of Merryland and shops on the south side of the Broadway - Richardson's "?Scooter & Cycle Depot" and Claude S. Smith's "Fine Art and Antique Galleries" (present-day nos. 7 & 9 The Broadway).
PH/S.IVE/Broadwy/27The "Push Ball Competition", part of the Jubilee celebrations held in the Broadway on 6th May 1935: a group of men in their shirt-sleeves reach above their heads to handle a ball about 6 feet in diameter with "DAILY MAIL" painted on it several times; a large crowd looks on, with buildings on the north side of the Broadway in the background, from Wych House (present-day nos. 16-20) eastwards.
PH/S.IVE/Broadwy/28The children's fancy dress parade, part of the Jubilee celebrations held in the Broadway on 6th May 1935: a group of about 20 costumed children are marshalled by a woman in glasses and a cloche hat, with buildings on the south side of the Broadway in the background, including "The Broadway Fish Saloon" and a "Boats for Hire" sign.
PH/S.IVE/Chur.StSee also PH/S.IVE/Pa.Chur.
PH/S.IVE/Chur.St/01a-b"The Chestnuts", Church Street, seen from the south-east across Church Street: with creeper over the front of the house, a flimsy grille fence in front of the garden, a large horse chestnut in flower to the right of the house and a man in an overcoat standing in front of it; a glimpse of Westwood Farm, on the far side of Westwood Road, in the background.
PH/S.IVE/Chur.St/02The former St Ives Vicarage (since demolished): a large house with many gables and chimneys, the garden wall dilapidated and an empty site in the foreground. I think this view is from the south-west, taken from Church Street near the end of Church Lane.
PH/S.IVE/Chur.St/03No. 3 Church Street seen from the east: an L-shaped house with peach-coloured walls, white-painted sash windows and a roof of old tiles.
PH/S.IVE/Chur.St/04The opening of the bathing place on 5th July 1913: looking from one side of the basin across to the north-east side, with changing sheds, flags flying and a crowd of people on the jetty; water polo goal in the foreground, the parish church and houses on theWaits behind.
PH/S.IVE/Chur.St/05The bathing place: looking north-eastwards towards the church, with cloth screens in front of the changing sheds and a man standing by the entrance.
PH/S.IVE/Corn.ExSt Ives Corn Exchange can usually be recognized by its distinctive interior - notice the hanging lamps in the pre-1937 arrangement in particular. It was modernised in early 1937 and then changed in appearance - see Hunts Post 18.2.1937 p. 16 for a photograph of the new format.
PH/S.IVE/Corn.Ex/01The public luncheon in the Corn Exchange before the unveiling of the Cromwell Statue on Wednesday 23rd October 1901: looking towards the south end of the main hall, with flags hanging from the ceiling and a "Welcome" banner at the far end; many people sit at long tables, with food, floral decorations, menus etc.
PH/S.IVE/Corn.Ex/02The public luncheon in the Corn Exchange before the unveiling of the Cromwell Statue on Wednesday 23rd October 1901: a similar view to PH/S.IVE/Corn.Ex/01, but food has now been cleared away and wine and beer are on the tables, so this picture was presumably taken at a later stage of the proceedings. Waiters and waitresses stand between the tables.
PH/S.IVE/Corn.Ex/03The public luncheon in the Corn Exchange before the unveiling of the Cromwell Statue on Wednesday 23rd October 1901: a similar view to PH/S.IVE/Corn.Ex/02 but from slightly further back, evidently taken at the same time as waiters etc. are in the same places.
PH/S.IVE/Corn.Ex/04a-bThe Literary Institute "Delhi Durbar" bazaar, February 1904, in the Corn Exchange: the opening ceremony on 11th February, looking north to the stage. A large crowd fills the hall and dignitaries on the platform include the mayor, Mr Brownlow; stalls are visible on the right side of the hall, which is elaborately decorated on an Indian theme; good details of faces and costume.
PH/S.IVE/Corn.Ex/05A stall at the Literary Institute "Delhi Durbar" bazaar, held in the Corn Exchange in February 1904: exotically dressed ladies sit and stand in front of a stall labelled "Mrs Hankin and other ladies" with an Indian backdrop visible on the wall behind.
PH/S.IVE/Corn.Ex/06A stall at the Literary Institute "Delhi Durbar" bazaar, held in the Corn Exchange in February 1904: four ladies, two of them in exotic costume, sit or stand in front of a stall labelled "Mrs C.H. Coote, Mrs G.D. Day, Miss K. Sadler, Miss B. Sadler"; the Indian backdrop for the event is visible behind the stall.
PH/S.IVE/Corn.Ex/07A stall at the Literary Institute "Delhi Durbar" bazaar, held in the Corn Exchange in February 1904: four ladies in exotic costume sit or stand in front of a stall marked "Mrs Wheeler, Mrs Turner and other ladies", with the Indian backdrop on the wall behind.
PH/S.IVE/Corn.Ex/08Helpers at the Literary Institute "Delhi Durbar" bazaar, 11th-13th February 1904: ladies and girls with two men, all in Indian costumes; the backdrop behind the stage is visible in the background.
PH/S.IVE/Corn.Ex/09A stall at the Literary Insitute "Delhi Durbar" bazaar, held in the Corn Exchange in February 1904: two ladies sit and four girls in costume stand in front of a stall marked "Miss Pattrick and other ladies", with the painted backdrop visible behind.
PH/S.IVE/Corn.Ex/10a-bThe Free Church Bazaar in the Corn Exchange, November 1905: a crowd of people in the main hall, which is elaborately decorated; looking south and probably taken from the stage.
PH/S.IVE/Corn.Ex/11The Wesleyan Bazaar in the Corn Exchange, March 1906: a crowd of people in the decorated main hall, looking north to the dignitaries on the stage, who include a clergyman.
PH/S.IVE/Corn.Ex/12The Wesleyan Bazaar in the Corn Exchange, March 1906: ladies and exotically dressed girls on the stage at the north end of the main hall.
PH/S.IVE/Corn.Ex/13The Eastern Counties Liberal Association luncheon in the Corn Exchange, 8th October 1908: looking south through the main hall with men sitting at rows of tables and a few waitresses standing between the tables; banners across the walls and a "Welcome" banner at the far end, the surnames of various politicians on placards on the side walls.
PH/S.IVE/Corn.Ex/14The rehearsal for a concert in the Corn Exchange, perhaps about 1910: a small orchestra is on the stage with choral singers behind and a few solo singers in front; pot plants at the front of the stage and chairs and benches for the audience in the foreground, with one lady sitting there.
PH/S.IVE/Corn.Ex/15A Hospital Fair in the Corn Exchange, 1930: stalls with bric-a-brac and produce, a large gramophone advertising Miller's, people standing around including some in costume and headdresses.
PH/S.IVE/Corn.Ex/16Children at a tea in the Corn Exchange on the day of the Silver Jubilee, 6th May 1935: they are sitting at long tables with bread, cakes and jubilee mugs; seen from above, presumably the upper room at the south end of the building. Adults stand in the foreground and at the bottom left is a back view of Harry Cotton standing on a desk to take photographs.
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PH/S.IVE/Corn.Ex/17The Hospital Fair in the Corn Exchange, 1930: a stall in an openwork polygonal framework with crockery etc., various people presiding and milling around. ?Mervyn Coote at the left edge.
PH/S.IVE/Corn.Ex/18a-bThe front entrance of the Corn Exchange after its refurbishment in 1996 when the old metal roller shutter was replaced by a wooden door: seen from the outside with the stonework round the door and the fanlight above it.
PH/S.IVE/Corn.Ex/19The St Ives Musical Society on the stage of the Corn Exchange as part of the coronation celebrations in May 1937: formally dressed men and women, some holding musical instruments, with rows of cinema-style seats in the foreground and a banner behind reading "God Bless Our King GR" above them.
PH/S.IVE/CouncilSEE ALSO PH/S.IVE/People/8, showing mayor Sir George Askwith and other council members in 1913-14.
PH/S.IVE/Council/01Read Adams, the first mayor of St Ives (1874-5): wearing the mayor's robe and chain, seated at a desk in an ornate setting with a tapestry foot stool and potted palms.
PH/S.IVE/Council/02William Sparrow Harrison, mayor of St Ives 1914-17: three-quarter length portrait, in the mayoral robes and chain carrying his hat.
PH/S.IVE/Council/03Mrs Emily Harrison, wife of the mayor William Sparrow Harrison: three-quarter length portrait in formal black dress with pendant and lace collar.
PH/S.IVE/Council/04Group portrait of St Ives Borough Council 1933-35, showing councillors and officers standing and sitting in two rows in the garden of the Priory, with the house visible behind.
PH/S.IVE/Council/04 (contd.)
PH/S.IVE/Council/05St Ives Magistrates' bench sitting in a courtroom - presumably the one in Priory Road - probably around 1930: nine men and one woman sitting at a long desk, with three other men and two police officers sitting or standing in the body of the court.
PH/S.IVE/Council/06Head-and-shoulders portrait of Alderman F.M. Warren: in three-piece pinstriped suit with moustache and metal-rimmed spectacles.
PH/S.IVE/Council/07The original members of the Chesterton and St Ives Joint Water Board, October 1941: 15 men in suits and ties, standing and sitting in two rows in front of a brick building with large doorway.
PH/S.IVE/Council/08Opening the Michaelmas fair in October 1948: the mayor Cllr Robb and other councillors and officials, with two policemen, stand on a roundabout-type ride and watch children scrambling for the pennies that have just been thrown - the mayor in his hat and robes but the others in plain clothes; behind is the north side of the Broadway, with Deer's newsagents (No. 26-28) visible at the back left, with Muriel Deer leaning on her bicycle.
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PH/S.IVE/Council/09Opening the Michaelmas fair in October 1948: the mayor Cllr Robb and other councillors and officials, with two policemen, the mayor and some others now having a ride on the roundabout watched by a crowd; Muriel Deer still visible behind.
PH/S.IVE/Council/10The Mayor and council of St Ives passing through the parish churchyard in 1913-14, occasion unknown: the mayor is Sir George Askwith, elected November 1913; to the right of the mayor is Alderman Ruston, to the left Alderman Anderson (his successor in the mayoralty); the procession is on the south side of the churchyard, emerging from the south porch.
PH/S.IVE/Council/11Civic Sunday, 4th June 1950: the Mayor, Cllr G.P. Radford, inspects a guard of honour of RAF and WRAF; the war memorial and buildings on the south side of the Market Hill visible behind.
PH/S.IVE/Council/12Civic Sunday, 4th June 1950: a march-past by RAF personnel with Mayor Radford taking the salute from the base of the Cromwell statue - the Town Hall and Golden Lion visible behind.
PH/S.IVE/Council/13Civic Sunday, 4th June 1950: march-past by policemen and a band, with the Mayor and others standing round the base of the Cromwell statue; there are onlookers in the street and in the windows of the Town Hall.
PH/S.IVE/Council/14Civic Sunday, 4th June 1950: the Mayor, Cllr G.P. Radford, walking past a parade of ?RAF cadets, with the buildings of the south side of the Market Hill visible behind.
PH/S.IVE/Council/15Civic Sunday, 4th June 1950: a march-past by firemen and scouts with Mayor Radford taking the salute from the Cromwell statue; buildings on the north side of the Market Hill visible behind.
PH/S.IVE/Council/16A group portrait of St Ives Borough Council in 1953, 19 men and two women (officers as well as councillors) sitting and standing in two rows in front of a house - Burleigh House on the Waits?; with D. Bryant in the mayor's robes, Rev Ballard his chaplain.
PH/S.IVE/Council/17A group portrait of St Ives Borough Council in 1972: in two rows with part of the back of the Town Hall behind: in the front row sit the mayor (Peter Anderson) and deputy mayor (Bertie James) with town clerk Neville Godfrey and aldermen Mrs E. Cuttill, H. Werba, T. Burgess and E. Dansie; behind stand ten councillors, also officers F. Newton and G. Reeson; the councillors and town clerk all robed.
PH/S.IVE/Council/18A group portrait of St Ives Borough Council in 1973-74: 30 men and women (staff as well as councillors) sitting and standing at the back of the Town Hall, with Alderman Bert Burgess in the mayor's robes, Mrs S. Phipps the deputy mayor and Rev Ballard the chaplain; the mace on a table in front of the mayor.
PH/S.IVE/Council/19Councillor Bert Burgess, the last mayor of St Ives before local government reorganisation in 1974: half-length seated portrait in suit and tie and wearing the mayoral chain.
PH/S.IVE/Council/20a-bA group portrait of the employees of St Ives Town Council, 11th February 1997: nine men and women standing and sitting in two rows in the Corn Exchange, with the stage and mural of the bridge behind them.
PH/S.IVE/Council/21The ceremony to give the St Ives Army Cadet Force the Freedom of St Ives, November 1998: in the Market Hill mayor John Davies (with the mace bearer, army officers and other councillors) takes the salute from a march past led by a band in dress uniform (scarlet tunics etc.).
PH/S.IVE/Council/22A group portrait of St Ives Town Council in 1998: ten councillors with the mayor, deputy mayor, town clerk, chaplain and mace bearer, sitting and standing in two rows in the Council Chamber, against the west wall with the board listing the mayors behind them.
PH/S.IVE/Council/22 (contd.)
PH/S.IVE/Council/23A group portrait of St Ives Town Council in 2000: 12 councillors with the mayor, deputy mayor, acting town clerk, chaplain and mace bearer, sitting and standing in two rows in the Council Chamber, against the west wall with the board listing the mayors behind them.
PH/S.IVE/Council/24A group portrait of St Ives Town Council in late 2000 or early 2001: ten councillors with the mayor, deputy mayor, town clerk, chaplain and mace bearer, all in their robes, sitting or standing in two rows in the council chamber.
PH/S.IVE/Council/25The Mayor and Mayoress, Mr and Mrs Douglas Bryant, presenting coronation mugs to two girls in the Corn Exchange in 1953: the two pigtailed girls in double-breasted coats, Mrs Bryant in lace gloves bending to give one of them a mug and Mr Bryant standing behind with a hand on one of the girls' shoulders; a half-seen man to the left.
PH/S.IVE/Council/26The Mayor, Councillor H.S. (Dick) Turner, talks to two children dressed as Mickey and Minnie Mouse in the fancy dress parade during the Jubilee celebrations in the Broadway, 6th May 1935.
PH/S.IVE/Crown.WalkCrown Walk photographs are catalogued under East Street.
PH/S.IVE/Crwn.St/01a-bCrown Street, looking west from the junction with Bridge Street, probably in the 1880s: cobbled street with crates piled outside some shops, a horse and cart and a few people, heaps of horse droppings here and there. Ellis Norris's shoe shop in the left foreground, also with a sign "Herbert E. Norris Photographer", shoes hanging outside. The Royal Oak on the right and the Bullock Market railings in the background - so this must be before the market closed in October 1886 or not long afterwards.
PH/S.IVE/Crwn.St/02a-bBuildings on the north side of Crown Street, probably in the 1880s: looking from the junction with Bridge Street at the "Stone Hall" or "Old Court House", with part of the former Crown inn on the left and no. 21 Crown Street on the right; ground floor windows of the Old Court House are boarded up; men stand around and three children with a wheelbarrow.
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PH/S.IVE/Crwn.St/03a-bThe Old Court Hall in Crown Street shortly before its demolition about 1887, with ground floor windows boarded up and three children standing in front with a wheelbarrow: a blown-up copy of part of PH/S.IVE/Crwn.St/02.
PH/S.IVE/Crwn.St/04Crown Street decorated for the 1897 Jubilee: looking west from Market Hill with an unnamed bank (present-day Lloyds, No. 1 The Pavement) prominent on the right and the Temperance Hotel on the left - plainly empty and with a broken window. Streams of flags everywhere and lots of people, suggesting that this is the actual day of the Jubilee (22nd June).
PH/S.IVE/Crwn.St/05The shop front of 25 Crown Street, Ulph and Ruston, probably photographed in the 1890s: two bay windows display ironmongery and bicycles and four bicycles are stood in front on the pavement; three aproned assistants, a boy and a man (the latter's head and chest blurred by movement) stand by them; "Ulph and Ruston" is in openwork over the door, with kettles hanging from it, and a penny farthing bicycle is above the shop-front.
PH/S.IVE/Crwn.St/06The back of 25 Crown Street, F.T. Ruston's ironmonger's shop, after the explosion of the gunpowder safe on 12th May 1898: piles of wreckage in the foreground, with a badly damaged gable end behind, and the back of Johnson's grocer's shop (No. 23) relatively undamaged on the right.
PH/S.IVE/Crwn.St/07F.T. Ruston's ironmonger's shop, 25 Crown Street, probably shown at the end of the rebulding that followed the explosion in May 1898: upper part of the building much as today, three-storeyed with elaborate pediment and round-headed windows; scaffolding round the shop front, aproned workmen pose in front of it and on top of it; a bearded man standing with them may be Ruston himself (cf. portrait in Norris St Ives cuttings, November 1896); Johnson's grocer's shop, No. 23, on the left, and the edge of No. 1 The Pavement (then and now a bank) on the right.
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PH/S.IVE/Crwn.St/08F.T. Ruston's ironmonger's shop, 25 Crown Street, decorated for the coronation of Edward VII in 1902: the upper storeys of the building as they are today, with the ground-floor shop front showing ironmongery in two bay windows; flags at various points, lamps round the windows and marking out "ER" and a crown, and pot plants along the top of the shop front; "F.T. Ruston & Son" on the fascia over the windows, and over the door "Agent to the County Fire Office and Provident Life Office founded 1806".
PH/S.IVE/Crwn.St/09The junction of Crown Street and Bridge Street, looking towards the old Crown Inn from Bridge Street, with a glimpse of the 1887 Post Office; a Whippet coach is manoeuvring round the corner from the eastern half of Crown Street.
PH/S.IVE/Crwn.St/10The junction of Crown Street and Bridge Street, looking east, with the market and the Cromwell statue in the background; a Bedford lorry loaded with ?milk is turning out of Bridge Street to go east along Crown Street; a signpost "B1040 Potton" points south down Bridge Street; Bryant and Bryant shoe shop on the right.
PH/S.IVE/Crwn.St/11The junction of Crown Street and Bridge Street, looking east, with a large bulk grain lorry turning east out of Bridge Street, a policeman directing traffic, and a young man on a small motorcycle (without crash helmet) turning west.
PH/S.IVE/Crwn.St/12The junction of Crown Street and Bridge Street, looking east to the Market Hill where a market is in progress; a policeman is directing traffic and vans are approaching from the east; Kiddles are in the corner shop on the east side of Bridge Street, the 1887 Post Office is still in use and Newbon is next to it at No. 21 Crown Street.
PH/S.IVE/Crwn.St/13Crown Yard, before the demolition of the old Crown inn in 1975: looking south towards the back of the Crown Street frontage of the former inn, with the Public Institution in the right foreground, and two horses and riders going down the roadway towards the arch leading to Crown Street; tall telegraph pole to the right of the arch.
PH/S.IVE/Crwn.St/14The former Crown Inn on the morning of 19th June 1975 after the fire: the Crown Street frontage seen from Bridge Street, with a fire engine in front and firemen on the roof damping down; some smoke in the roof still.
PH/S.IVE/Crwn.St/15Part of the former Crown Inn on the morning of 19th June 1975 after the fire: looking from the Bridge Street junction to the east end of the Crown Street frontage, with the 1887 Post Office and Newbon's shop behind; damaged shop fittings are in the street in the left foreground, a man in dungarees and a fireman stand on the right, a trailer is parked against the building (the Jackdaw shop in this part of the frontage) and firemen are on the damaged roof.
PH/S.IVE/Crwn.St/16Part of the former Crown Inn on the morning of 19th June 1975 after the fire: inside Crown Yard, looking towards the south-east corner; the range of buildings running back from Crown Street on the east side of the Yard is damaged, with most of the roof gone; part of the back of the Crown Street frontage can be seen on the right and the side of the 1887 Post Office beyond; workmen and firemen in the foreground and part of a JCB digger.
PH/S.IVE/Crwn.St/17Part of the former Crown Inn on the morning of 19th June 1975 after the fire: the south-east corner of Crown Yard, looking towards the entrance archway into Crown Street, with firemen hosing down the smoking roof of the range of buildings leading back from Crown Street on the east side of the Yard; a shop sign advertises the St Ives Record and Tape Centre.
PH/S.IVE/Crwn.St/18The 1887 Post Office at No. 19 Crown Street, before its closure on 23rd March 1985 and subsequent demolition: a three-storeyed red brick building with two gables, side walls of (?cheaper) yellow brick, stone plaque below the gables and "1887" and "POST OFFICE" carved in stone at the top of the ground floor; part of Woolworth's, built on the site of the former Crown Inn, is on the left.
PH/S.IVE/Crwn.St/19Part of the former Crown Inn: the part of the building to the west of Crown Yard, the opening to which can just be seen on the right of the photograph. There is a small shop to the left and workman are fitting a new shop front on the right, and looking out at the camera. No Waiting sign in front.
PH/S.IVE/Crwn.St/20Johnson's Grocer's shop, 23 Crown Street: the ground floor shop front with part of the two first-floor bay windows above, slate signs reading "Grocer", "Johnson" and "Tea Dealer" over the doors and windows, six male assistants in jackets and floor-length white aprons standing in front of the shop.
PH/S.IVE/Crwn.St/21George Norris standing in the doorway of his shoe shop: a bearded, middle-aged man with white apron, his name over the shop windows and K shoes advertised in it, parts of the next-door shops visible to left and right.
PH/S.IVE/CStatue/01a-bThe model of the Cromwell statue - presumably the full-sized sculpture from which the bronze statue was cast: showing the figure from the right front, complete down to the statue base which stands on a construction of planks - the whole light in colour, presumably clay or plaster; plain background; no indication of scale but seems to be the full size of the finished statue.
PH/S.IVE/CStatue/02The unveiling of the Cromwell statue on 23rd October 1901: seen from an upper window on the north side of Market Hill, with the statue still covered by a union flag; wreaths at the base and greenery hung round the lamps; a crowd all round and a platform behind with "Lest we forget" written above; the Mayor sits in the middle of the platform at a round table and behind him can be seen Bateman Brown; the Free Church behind.
PH/S.IVE/CStatue/03The unveiling of the Cromwell statue - the same scene as in PH/S.IVE/CStatue/02 but seen from ground level looking west along the Market Hill and with the flag now removed from the statue; crowds fill the street; the buildi