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Wiltshire Collection

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Background imageWiltshire Collection: High Street Gate, Salisbury, Wiltshire, May 1947

High Street Gate, Salisbury, Wiltshire, May 1947
A GWR Publicity view of High Street Gate, Salisbury, Wiltshire in May 1947. The gate is the main entrance to Salisburys historic Cathedral Close and was built between 1327 and 1342

Background imageWiltshire Collection: Stonehenge, Wiltshire, c. 1920s

Stonehenge, Wiltshire, c. 1920s
A GWR Publicity view of Stonehenge in Wiltshire, c.1920s. The massive sarsen monoliths of this famous ancient monument lie fallen on Salisbury Plain

Background imageWiltshire Collection: New Town Hall, Swindon 1938

New Town Hall, Swindon 1938
An official GWR photograph of the New Town Hall, Swindon. The Town Hall was opened by HRH Duke of Gloucester on the 5th of July 1938. The building is now Swindon Borough Councils Civic Offices

Background imageWiltshire Collection: Old Mill House, Salisbury, June 1947

Old Mill House, Salisbury, June 1947
A young girl stands outside the Old Mill House restaurant in Harnham on the outskirts of Salisbury. This 15th Century building stands on the banks on the River Nadder

Background imageWiltshire Collection: Cricklade Street, Swindon, c. 1900

Cricklade Street, Swindon, c. 1900
A view looking north at the top of Cricklade Street. The buildings on the left still exist, but he buildings on the right including The Lord Raglan and the King Arms pubs, have since been demolished

Background imageWiltshire Collection: Devizes, Kennet and Avon Canal, Caen Hill Locks

Devizes, Kennet and Avon Canal, Caen Hill Locks
A GWR Publicity view of the famous Caen Hill Locks on the Kennet and Avon Canal, at Devizes, Wiltshire

Background imageWiltshire Collection: Bradford-on-Avon, June 1925

Bradford-on-Avon, June 1925
A lone car crosses the iconic Town Bridge in the historic town of Bradford-on-Avon. The small building situated on the right of the bridge is an old prison lock-up

Background imageWiltshire Collection: High Street Gate, Salisbury, May 1947

High Street Gate, Salisbury, May 1947
A GWR Publicity view of High Street Gate, Salisbury, Wiltshire in May 1947. The gate is the main entrance to Salisburys historic Cathedral Close and was built between 1327 and 1342

Background imageWiltshire Collection: Cricklade, September 1948

Cricklade, September 1948
A view looking north up the high street in Cricklade. The building in the centre is the White Hart Hotel. It has been open since the late 1500s

Background imageWiltshire Collection: River Avon, Chippenham, c. 1930

River Avon, Chippenham, c. 1930
A view looking north west up the River Avon in the market town of Chippenham. The row of cottages to the left of the photograph are in what is called Common Slip

Background imageWiltshire Collection: Chippenham, c. 1930

Chippenham, c. 1930
A view looking south east over the market town of Chippenham, probably from the railway embankment. Most of the buildings still stand on what is New Road and Foghamshire

Background imageWiltshire Collection: Old Street, Salisbury, June 1925

Old Street, Salisbury, June 1925
A view looking north up Old Street, now Harnham Road, in Salisbury. The row of thatched cottages still stand, and look relatively unchanged from almost 100 years ago

Background imageWiltshire Collection: Little Bedwyn, c. 1930

Little Bedwyn, c. 1930
A view looking north towards the 12th Century Grade I listed church of St Michael s. The row of houses to the left of image are on Church Street

Background imageWiltshire Collection: Cricklade, September 1948

Cricklade, September 1948
A man with his horse and cart can be seen making his way north up the High Street in Cricklade. To the left of the image is the war memorial


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