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2014 WHS calendar p&p

by janet on 4 November 2012

Our complete collection of reproduction images of old Walkern. Many images are also available as high quality canvas prints and unframed prints.

High Street 08

Kitchener?s Stores (?the Top Shop?, now Beau Belles) on the left, opposite Cannon?s shoe shop (now Three Limes) with the 3 lime trees outside

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High Street 09

Looking southwards. The White Lion on left with Cannon?s Shoe Shop beyond. The Red lion?s sign is just visible behind the car that is parked outside Kitchener?s Stores

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High Street north 01

About 1906. Photo taken from outside the URC chapel looking north. The closest cottages on the left (now demolished) ran along the high street next to Beecroft Lane and opposite Church End. Glebe farm can be seen in the middle distance, with the postbox in front at the corner of Church End. Glebe farm burnt down in 1910 (see Glebe fire 01 to 04).

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High Street north 02

About 1922. Taken from outside the URC chapel looking north, about 16 years after ‘High Street north 01’ and 10 years after Glebe farm burnt down. The cottages (now demolished) were next to Beecroft Lane opposite Church End. This image is available as a postcard, a 12 x 8? unframed print, and 12 x 8? or 24 x 16? canvas print ? choose from the options below

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High Street north 03

Looking north at the intersection of Church lane, Beecroft lane and the High street. The entrance to Glebe View is now where the car is parked. The postbox at the corner of Church End can be seen on the right

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High Street north 04

About 1906. Taken outside the old rectory looking southwards, the houses on the right now comprise part of Glebe View with Beecroft Lane beyond the figure with the bicycle (Frank Hills the postman). Glebe cottage is on the right at the front, and the thatch of Glebe Farm is on left. Both burnt down in 1910, as can be seen in our postcards ?Fire 01 to 04?

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High street north: Fire 01

May 1910. Villagers watch while Glebe cottage burns down at the northernmost end of the High street. The entrance to what is now Glebe View is barely visible through the smoke. This image is available as a postcard, a 12 x 8? unframed print, and 12 x 8? or 24 x 16? canvas print ? choose from the options below

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High street north: Fire 02

May 1910. Firemen on the porch of Glebe cottage. The smoke in the middle distance hides the remains of Glebe farm.

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High street north: Fire 03

May 1910. The remains of Glebe cottage on righthand side. The Rectory?s railings can be seen on the left hand side of the road

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