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Photographs of Lambourn Buildings

 

 1 Lambourn Place

Lambourn Place

2 gates to Lambourn Place

Entrance gates to Lambourn Place.

 Lambourn - Racing Illustrated - Lambourn Place

Lambourn Place

 3a Chocolate box

 The Chocolate Box - Oxford Street - Alice Taylor standing outside Mrs Wells' shop, where she used to work.  The shops on either side were Mr Wing's jewellers shop and Mr Griffin's hardware store

 

4 Taylors butcher shop


                                                  Jim Taylor's Butcher's Shop, Newbury Street

5 St Michael & All Angels Church

 

 6 St Michael & All Angels Church

St Michaels Church Lambourn - 1940?

 St Michael and All Angels Church - Lambourn - Date Unknown

 

 7 St Michael & All Angels Church

St Michaels Church - Lambourn - Date Unknown

 

8 St Michael & All Angels Church

                                 St Michaels Church - Lambourn - Date Unknown

9 St Michael & All Angels Church

 

10 Interior of Church

St Michaels Church - Interior - Lambourn - Date Unknown

 

11 Interior of Church

St Michael's Church - Interior - date unknown (From image supplied by Nova Jones)

12 Lambourn High Street

                                                     Lambourn High Street - Date Unknown

 

 13 High Street Lambourn

                                                       Lambourn High Street - Date Unknown

 

14 High Street

                                 High Street, Lambourn, noticably empty some years ago!

 

15 View from Greenways

                                Looking over the village from the School across Edwards Hill

 16 Lambourn from Greenways

                                                 Lambourn - View of village from Greenways

 

17 Riverside Cottage

                                                 Riverside Cottage, Goose Green

18 Mill lane (gwynns road)


Lambourn - Mill Lane, which was  known as Gwynn's Road at the time of this photo). Another pair of houses was built later alongside the pair at the right of this photo (see next photo).

19 Mill Lane (Gwynns Road)

Lambourn - Mill Lane, ( known as Gwynn's Road at the time of the photograph) from its junction with Newbury Street.  Date unknown, but possibly 1920-ish. Man at his gate in the centre of photo is John (Jack) Taylor. Two houses have been added on the far right since the previous photo of Mill Lane was taken.

20 Newbury Road

   Lambourn - Newbury Road - houses facing Mill Lane and the Lamb public house.  Photo in direction towards Newbury. Photo on a postcard postmarked 1917.

 

21Newbury st

Lambourn - Newbury Street, towards the Market Place. Date unknown, possibly 1910-1920-ish

22 Station road

Lambourn - Station Road

Station Road - 1924

Lambourn - Station Road

3 Valley View(blue house)

                   Valley View (Now The Blue House) - Station Road - 1951

23Hungerford Hill


                                                Lambourn - Hungerford Hill / High Street


24 Farmhouse, Goose Green

                                     Lambourn- Farmhouse at Goose Green

 

25 Trabbs Farm,Goose Green


Lambourn - Goose Green and Trabbs House.  The house with cars outside is where Dr Morrison once lived and had his surgery. 

 26 Goose Green

 
Lambourn - Goose Green, with farmhouse in the centre, and this is one of the entrances to what was once Lambourn Place (on the left of the photo)

 

27 Red Lion & The George

                Lambourn - The Red Lion Pub (left), The George Pub (right)

 

High Street 1908

                                                 Lambourn- The High Street (1908)


28 Upper Lambourn

                            Lambourn - Upper Lambourn Village (Back Road)
29 Upper Lambourn

      Lambourn - Upper Lambourn Village. Uplands Yard, where Fred Winter trained

 30 Lambourn Station

                                                                 Lambourn Station