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Bisley Collection

Background imageBisley Collection: Shooting at Bisley

Shooting at Bisley
Riflemen shooting at Bisley range

Background imageBisley Collection: Shaftesbury Homes - Farm School for Boys, Bisley, Surrey

Shaftesbury Homes - Farm School for Boys, Bisley, Surrey
The Bisley Farm School for Boys, established by what became the Shaftesbury Homes charity. It later became known as the School House department of Shaftesbury School. Date: 1930s

Background imageBisley Collection: Bisley Farm School No. 2 Ground-floor Plan

Bisley Farm School No. 2 Ground-floor Plan
Ground-floor plan of the new building added to the Bisley Farm School, Surrey, in 1873, and later known as the Shaftesbury School block. Date: circa 1888

Background imageBisley Collection: Shaftesbury School, Bisley - Bungalow Hospital

Shaftesbury School, Bisley - Bungalow Hospital
Bungalow Hospital at Shaftesbury Homes School for Boys, Bisley, Surrey. Date: 1930s

Background imageBisley Collection: Shaftesbury Home, Bisley - Farm School Cricket Team

Shaftesbury Home, Bisley - Farm School Cricket Team
Shaftesbury Home, Bisley - the Farm School winning cricket eleven in 1901. Date: 1901

Background imageBisley Collection: Shaftesbury Home, Bisley - Farm Work

Shaftesbury Home, Bisley - Farm Work
Shaftesbury Home, Bisley - boys load hay from wagons onto haystacks. Date: 1890s

Background imageBisley Collection: Mrs Rosling at Bisley

Mrs Rosling at Bisley
Mrs Rosling, who scored 40 out of 42 with the revolver at Bisley in 1901. Quite the shot. Date: 1901

Background imageBisley Collection: Boys at Bisley, Surrey

Boys at Bisley, Surrey
A group of boys at Bisley in Surrey, a rifle shooting venue for many years. The boys may be from the Bisley boys school, an orphanage run by The Shaftesbury Homes

Background imageBisley Collection: Bisley Farm School No. 2

Bisley Farm School No. 2
The second of the main buildings at Bisley Farm School, Surrey, added to the premises in 1873. This building was later known as the Shaftesbury School. Date: circa 1888

Background imageBisley Collection: Bisley Farm School No. 1

Bisley Farm School No. 1
The original main building at Bisley Farm School, Surrey, opened in 1868. Date: circa 1888

Background imageBisley Collection: Bisley School, Surrey

Bisley School, Surrey
The School House building at Bisley School, Surrey, run by the Shaftesbury Homes. Date: Date unknown

Background imageBisley Collection: Shaftesbury Homes, Bisley, Surrey - School Chapel

Shaftesbury Homes, Bisley, Surrey - School Chapel
Chapel at Shaftesbury Homes School for Boys, Bisley. The gates were made by boys at the School. Date: 1930s

Background imageBisley Collection: County of London Rifle Shooting Championship

County of London Rifle Shooting Championship - The Competitors and Results. Date: circa 1930

Background imageBisley Collection: Shaftesbury Home, Bisley - Farm School Tailors Shop

Shaftesbury Home, Bisley - Farm School Tailors Shop
Shaftesbury Home, Bisley - boys sit cross legged or at sewing machines in the Farm School tailors shop. Date: 1890s

Background imageBisley Collection: Shaftesbury Home, Bisley - Bakery, Laundry and Garden Boys

Shaftesbury Home, Bisley - Bakery, Laundry and Garden Boys
Shaftesbury Home, Bisley - representatives of boys occupied in the homes bakery, laundry and garden departments. Date: 1890s

Background imageBisley Collection: Shaftesbury Homes - Shaftesbury School, Bisley

Shaftesbury Homes - Shaftesbury School, Bisley
Shaftesbury School, Bisley, established by what became the Shaftesbury Homes charity. It later became known as the Shaftesbury House department of Shaftesbury School. Date: 1930s

Background imageBisley Collection: English public schoolboys at Bisley

English public schoolboys at Bisley
Boys from Harrow School and University College firing at 500 yards as volunteer marksmen at Bisley. The National Rifle Association was established in 1860 to encourage

Background imageBisley Collection: Lt. -Col. Charles Robert Crosse, Vanity Fair, WH

Lt. -Col. Charles Robert Crosse, Vanity Fair, WH
Lt.-Col. CHARLES ROBERT CROSSE M.V.O. C.M.G.. (died 1921) Gained the rank of Lieutenant-Colonel in the service of the Royal West Kent Regiment

Background imageBisley Collection: SEVEN SPRINGS

SEVEN SPRINGS
In the narrow main street of the Cotswold village of Bisley, Gloucestershire, England are the Seven Springs, which are one spring in seven fountain outflows! Date: 1930s

Background imageBisley Collection: Bristol Bisley I first prototype AD657

Bristol Bisley I first prototype AD657
Bristol Bisley I first prototype, AD657

Background imageBisley Collection: Bristol Bisley I first prototype AD657 (sideview)

Bristol Bisley I first prototype AD657 (sideview)
Bristol Bisley I first prototype, AD657, (sideview)

Background imageBisley Collection: Bristol Bisley I first prototype

Bristol Bisley I first prototype

Background imageBisley Collection: Shooting Match between Rival Trenches 1914

Shooting Match between Rival Trenches 1914
An Anglo-German Bisley at the front. A Shooting test between British soldiers in their trench and German troops in the trench opposite

Background imageBisley Collection: Canadian Cadets

Canadian Cadets
Canadian cadets in action at a shooting competition at Bisley


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