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  • Stuart Fox on Fleur de Lys PiesI was a young policeman in the 1960s and remember only too well having finished a shift at 10pm going...
  • Lilly Mason on Old Warwick GaolsIn 1839 the famous Birmingham Chartist John Collins was imprisoned in Warwick Gaol in an attempt by the government of...
  • Robin D Leach on Kenilworth. Abbey FieldsThe seat shown is one of the first provided after the fields became a public park. Interestingly, one with the...
  • Anne Langley on Fleur de Lys PiesMany thanks for your interesting comment Malcolm. There's a photo of the Post Office at Lapworth on this site -...
  • william arnold on Church of St Nicholas, Beaudesert, Henley in ArdenPerhaps the unsafe ground was where clay was the underlying sub strata, and the north wall was on a spring...
  • william arnold on Vault at Church of St NicholasSeeing as the memorial next to the outside of the chancel east window was to Richard Jago, father of the...
  • Malcolm Woodhouse on Fleur de Lys PiesMy auntie used to run the village post office in Lapworth, which was a thatched cottage down near the canal....
  • Richard Terry on Willoughby. Navigation InnMother used to push to Navigation Inn in push chair from Willoughby for a packet of crisps early 60s before...
  • Kayley on Henry Griffith and Sons: The Jewel FactoryHi, My Gran has given me a ring which was her mother's and she had it altered once over 30-40...
  • william arnold on Edstone AqueductThis comment needs revising as the Edstone Viaduct is very much in use .
  • Anne Langley on Christmas Day in Rugby Workhouse During World War OneThe board room in the Board Office Block (shown here) was used as a chapel on occasion and the X-ray...
  • Les Warren on The Steam Roller in Victoria ParkI remember the steam roller being installed in Victoria Park I was around 12 years old then. Happy memories of...
  • James Lapworth on Warwick Prison, Cape RoadI am James, Louise's husband. The outcome from the visit was that the activity died down a lot (almost all)...
  • Stuart Whitehead on Studley. Needle factoryHi there. I live in Studley and have recently cleared out our loft (never been up there before) and have...
  • Gordon on Then and Now: Bob’s Cafe, Stretton on DunsmoreI used to drive for Oldhams transport and Bob's café was first stop for a great breakfast before our trips...
  • Graham Lockley on Warwick. Railway Station, derailed locomotive46123 Royal Irish Fusilier of the former LMS Royal Scot Class was the derailed loco and was withdrawn in October...
  • Roger Biggs on Long Itchington. New InnThe lady on the left of this group is my late mother in law Freda Jessica Buggins (nee Hancocks) who...
  • John Hinchcliffe on Henry Griffith and Sons: The Jewel FactoryJust recovered when metal detecting at East Knoyle in Wiltshire, a brass or copper complete cuff-link, corroded, but clearly stamped...
  • Giles Smith on Bilton. Army airshipIn this picture taken between 22nd and 26th September the ground crew have launched HMA Delta and are turning their...
  • Giles Smith on Dunchurch. H.M. Airship “Delta”Like the Bilton images img5965 and img5966 this photograph was taken at the temporary airship base at Bilton Grange during...
  • Michael Pickard on Bedworth. Leicester StreetMy grandad had a shop at 17 Leicester Street. Originally Pickards Boot and Shoe Shop before WW2 but then expanded...
  • Giles Smith on Bilton. Army manoeuvresWith its tapered car/gondola and without a top stabilising fin this is surely the new HMA 'Eta', as also seen...
  • Kevin Flynn on Rugby. Great Central railway bridgeIf this is the bridge "nearing completion" then the decade is not 1920-29. The Great Central line (begun in 1894)...
  • Christina Hegwer on Bretford. Best Kept VillageThat's my Grandma and my Auntie
  • J. Hall on Ansley. Exterior view of Ansley HallAnsley Hall was the family home of my grandmother (a Phillips). I have only just started to research it and...