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Peke, back on track

Peke, back on track

Harry Phillips aged about 14 years old on his butchers delivery round in Barnwood, Gloucester. Radford’s Butcher Shop which was situated at 68 Barton Street, Gloucester. Our thanks to Michaela Dovaston for … Gloucester England, Main Street, Street View, Victorian Street, History Class, 14 Year Old, Old Pictures, More Photos, Bristol

Some more Photos of Gloucester during the 1900s - Visit Gloucestershire

Harry Phillips aged about 14 years old on his butchers delivery round in Barnwood, Gloucester.The picture was taken around 1901. This is F.R. Radford’s Butcher Shop which was situated at 68 Barton Street, Gloucester. Our thanks to Michaela Dovaston for …

Gloucester Asylum, where Amelia Dyer was confined twice in the early Mental Asylum, Insane Asylum, Abandoned Asylums, Abandoned Places, Room 237, Gloucester, Serial Killers, Macabre, Dark Side

Gloucester Asylum, where Amelia Dyer was confined twice in the early 1890s.

Dock swingbridge, built by Fielding and Platt and dismantled 1962 Gloucester Docks, Interesting Stuff, Fields, England, Vacation, History, Places, Model, Painting

Dock swingbridge, built by Fielding and Platt 1880, and dismantled 1962

We believe this picture was taken around 1905 in the old Eastgate Market Hall. A Gloucester Coop milk delivery cart at the turn of the century George Symonds of Gloucester horse drawn tram stopping at Longford, Twigworth and … Old Pictures, Old Photos, Horse Drawn, Gloucester, Local History, Vintage Postcards, Old Things, England, Horses

Yet more Gloucester in the 1900s - Visit Gloucestershire

We believe this picture was taken around 1905 in the old Eastgate Market Hall. A Gloucester Coop milk delivery cart at the turn of the 20th century George Symonds of Gloucester horse drawn tram stopping at Longford, Twigworth and …

German photo reconnaisance of the Gloster Huccleote site with the Brockworth Shadow Factory at the bottom of the picture 21st October, Gloucester, History, Fun, German, Pictures, Fin Fun, Deutsch, Photos

German photo reconnaisance of the Gloster Huccleote site with the Brockworth Shadow Factory at the bottom of the picture

Highlighting the apartment buildings on the West Quay at Gloucester Docks Gloucester Docks, Locks, Childhood, History, Building, Travel, Image, Infancy, Historia

West Quay Apartments

Highlighting the apartment buildings on the West Quay at Gloucester Docks

Highlighting the apartment buildings on the West Quay at Gloucester Docks Gloucester Docks, Locks, Childhood, History, Building, Travel, Image, Infancy, Historia

West Quay Apartments

Highlighting the apartment buildings on the West Quay at Gloucester Docks

Victorian Market Hall destroyed by corporate vandalism, only frontage remains Gloucester, Shopping Center, Entrance, Centre, England, Street View, Victorian, Vacation, History

The original Market entrance before it was moved in the 60's for the new shopping centre

The Bell Hotel, including the remaining Old Bell, Southgate St Gloucester, Louvre, England, Street View, Vacation, History, Places, Travel, Vacations

The Bell Hotel, including the remaining Old Bell, Southgate St

Escape from Gloucester’s City Gaol: Mary Steward, 1799 Gloucester, Old Pictures, Regency, 19th Century, Crime, 18th, Mary, London, History

Escape from Gloucester’s City Gaol: Mary Steward, 1799

On 6 May 1799, the Gloucester Journal reported that ‘two genteely-dressed women’ had been committed to the city gaol, after stealing a quantity of lace from a milliner’s shop in G…

Eastgate Market Hall, Gloucester, demolished rather than renovated River Severn, Gloucester, Small Plates, Old Things, England, Cockles, Japan, Vacation, Street

The old fruit and vegetable market situated between the then Eastgate Street and Bell Lane, Gloucester. As a child enjoyed cockles here for 3d a small plate. The River Severn was well known as an area for eels and when in season elvers (baby eels) were a local delicacy. Also known as glass eels, elvers have become popular in both France and Japan but dwindling catches have resulted in them becoming an expensive treat.