1: Oxford Road with the Wesleyan Methodist Chapel in the centre of the
2: Looking in the direction of Towngate, this section of Oxford Road was
referred to as Oxford Street.
The premises on the right have the sign
On the reverse of this card is written:
"Dear Martha, Just a
line to know if you are still in the land of the living. We are very busy at the
mill at present and I hope you have plenty. Give my love to M A and remember me
to Miss H, Chris"
It was sent to a Miss Grayson, 15 Plevna Street,
3 & 4: Looking
up Oxford Road in the direction of the Wesleyan Methodist Chapel.
5: A charabanc with a group of ladies, one of them has taken the wheel.
driver is perhaps the man on the right wearing a white cap.
The vehicle is
parked outside the old Post Office.2
6: The 1973 image on the left shows the staff of "Porky Brown's" butchers
outside the shop. The 2004 picture is of the same premises with a takeaway food
business trading there the "Spice Inn".