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Gloucestershire Collection

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: Guy double-decker bus HWO342

Guy double-decker bus HWO342 number: L1749 of Red & White Services in south east Wales and Gloucestershire. Date: 1973

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: The Square, Stow-on-the-Wold, Gloucestershire

The Square, Stow-on-the-Wold, Gloucestershire by Henry John Sylvester Stannard

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: Thornbury Castle, Gloucs

Thornbury Castle, Gloucs
Thornbury Castle, Gloucestershire

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: Adlestrop Railway Station, Gloucestershire

Adlestrop Railway Station, Gloucestershire
The railway station at Adlestrop, Gloucestershire. Station staff stand on the platform while the Paddington-Worcester Express steams towards the station

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: The Devils Chimney

The Devils Chimney, a distintive natural rock formation on Leckhampton Hill, overlooking the road between Cheltenham and Birdlip, Gloucestershire, England. Date: late 1930s

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: W. G. Grace batting at Gravesend, 1913

W. G. Grace batting at Gravesend, 1913
Photograph of Dr. William Gilbert Grace (1848-1915) batting in the Gravesend vs. Eltham cricket match, held at Gravesend cricket ground, 1913

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: Union Workhouse, Dursley, Gloucestershire

Union Workhouse, Dursley, Gloucestershire
A distant view of the Dursley Union workhouse (left) from the road at Stinchcombe, Gloucestershire. The workhouse, designed by a Mr Fulljames, was erected in 1838-9

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: Tewkesbury Watermill

Tewkesbury Watermill
This famous old watermill at Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire, was immortalised by Dinah Mulock Craik in her book John Halifax, Gentleman

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: Beverstone Castle 1732

Beverstone Castle 1732
North view of Beverstone Castle, near Tetbury, Gloucestershire, England, a 13th century stone enclosure fortress or manor house founded by Maurice de Gaunt

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: Chipping Campden, Cotswolds - Sheep

Chipping Campden, Cotswolds - Sheep
A flock of sheep outside the George & Dragon Inn in the High Street at Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire (in the Cotwolds)

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: Morris Minor driving through English village

Morris Minor driving through English village
The modern Morris Miner driving through the village of Bibury, Gloucestershire

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: Uley Village

Uley Village
The village of Uley in Gloucestershire

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: Chipping Campden 1940S

Chipping Campden 1940S
Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire, viewed through the arch of the 17th century Wool Hall. It was once the centre of the Cotswolds wool trade

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: Eastleach Martin, Gloucestershire, England

Eastleach Martin, Gloucestershire, England. Date: circa 1920s

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: Ashleworth Tithe Barn, Ashleworth, Gloucestershire, England

Ashleworth Tithe Barn, Ashleworth, Gloucestershire, England. The barn was built about 1500 by the canons of St Augustine s, Bristol. After the Dissolution, the barn passed into secular use

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: Berkeley Arms, Purton, Gloucestershire

Berkeley Arms, Purton, Gloucestershire
Landllady of The Berkeley Arms, Purton, beside the River Severn, Gloucstershire. A customer collects his pint of beer through a serving hatch at the side of the public bar

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: The Village, Badminton, Gloucestershire

The Village, Badminton, Gloucestershire
The Village, Badminton, near Chipping Sodbury, Gloucestershire, England. Date: 1900s

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: Cotswolds / Ebrington 1927

Cotswolds / Ebrington 1927
Cotswolds scenery: Ebrington, Gloucestershire Date: 1927

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: World War One Soldiers, Chipping Sodbury, Gloucestershire

World War One Soldiers, Chipping Sodbury, Gloucestershire
World War One Soldiers, Chipping Sodbury, near Yate, Gloucestershire, England. Showing Soldiers of Company 494 of the Army Service Corps Date: 1910s

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: Leckhampton Road, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire

Leckhampton Road, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire Date: circa 1910s

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: Central Stores & Post Office, High Street, Chalford, Glos

Central Stores & Post Office, High Street, Chalford, Glos
Central Stores and Post Office, High Street, Chalford, Gloucestershire. Date: circa 1909

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: Stow-on-the-Wold The Square early 1900s

Stow-on-the-Wold The Square early 1900s

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: The Crypt, Gloucester Cathedral, Gloucestershire

The Crypt, Gloucester Cathedral, Gloucestershire Date: circa 1920s

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: Gloucester Cathedral Choir, Gloucestershire, England

Gloucester Cathedral Choir, Gloucestershire, England. Date: circa 1910s

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: Union Workhouse, Newent, Gloucestershire

Union Workhouse, Newent, Gloucestershire
The entrance to the union workhouse at Newent, Gloucestershire

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: Dr. W. G. Grace at the Wicket, 1898

Dr. W. G. Grace at the Wicket, 1898
Photograph of Dr. William Gilbert Grace (1848-1915), arguably the finest cricketer of his era, who scored 126 first-class centuries while playing for England and Gloucestershire

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: Gilbert Jessop (1874-1955)

Gilbert Jessop (1874-1955)
Photograph of Gilbert Jessop, the Gloucestershire and England batsman, who was famous for his feats of quick-scoring - he once scored a century in only 40 minutes

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: Gloucestershire County Cricket Team, 1892

Gloucestershire County Cricket Team, 1892
Photograph of Gloucestershire County Cricket team for the 1892 season. Back row, left to right: J.Smith (scorer), E. Sainsbury, S.A.P. Kitcat, Roberts, Murch, Painter

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: Glos / Forest of Dean 1927

Glos / Forest of Dean 1927
Gloucestershire scenery: the Forest of Dean

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: The Gleaners, Blockley, Gloucestershire

The Gleaners, Blockley, Gloucestershire
A family group collecting left over corn at Blockley. The title might be a reflection of the painting by Jean-Francois Millet noted for depicting peasant workers in a sympathetic way Date: 1905

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: Miles Cycle Shop, Sharpness, Gloucestershire

Miles Cycle Shop, Sharpness, Gloucestershire. 1914

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: Stow-on-the-Wold, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire

Stow-on-the-Wold, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire - The Market Square and Cross. The 16th century courthouse (centre right) was demolished in 1901. Date: circa 1900

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: Cricketer, Jessop

Cricketer, Jessop
Gilbert L. Jessop Cricketer - Gloucestershire

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: Glos / Welford-On-Avon

Glos / Welford-On-Avon
Gloucestershire scenery: Welford-on-Avon

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: Chedworth, Gloucestershire

Chedworth, Gloucestershire
Village of Chedworth, Gloucestershire Date: 1907

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: Cricketer, Brain

Cricketer, Brain
J.H. Brain Cricketer - Gloucestershire & Glamorgan

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: Unloading a Timber Boat

Unloading a Timber Boat
Workmen unloading a timber boat at Bristol docks, Gloucestershire, England

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: Unloading Coal 1930S

Unloading Coal 1930S
Unloading anthracite coal at Bristol docks, Gloucestershire, England. A metamorphic rock, anthracite is almost smokeless and is used to make high grade steel

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: Chartist Housing Estate

Chartist Housing Estate
The Chartist estate at Snigs End, Gloucestershire, one of several built by Feargus O Connor for workers. Sadly, the promised Paradise is a disastrous failure

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: Robert Raikes House - an historic 16th century timber-framed town house at 36-38 Southgate Street

Robert Raikes House - an historic 16th century timber-framed town house at 36-38 Southgate Street, Gloucester. Date: circa 1907

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: A surviving section of Roman Road in the Forest of Dean

A surviving section of Roman Road in the Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire Date: circa 1930s

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: Minchinhampton Common Gloucestershire, England, Ye Old Lodge

Minchinhampton Common Gloucestershire, England, Ye Old Lodge
Minchinhampton Common, Gloucestershire, England - Ye Old Lodge. Date: 1930s

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: Alderley Old Smithy Victorian period

Alderley Old Smithy Victorian period

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: Gloucester Westgate Street Victorian period

Gloucester Westgate Street Victorian period

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: Stanton Village, Gloucestershire

Stanton Village, Gloucestershire

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: Stanton in Gloucestershire

Stanton in Gloucestershire

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: Stanton Gloucestershire early 1900s

Stanton Gloucestershire early 1900s

Background imageGloucestershire Collection: Wotton-under-Edge Tabernacle early 1900s

Wotton-under-Edge Tabernacle early 1900s



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