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PHOTO LIBRARY

BOW BRICKHILL PAST

The collection is now quite large so has been classified by the following categories.  On each of these pages listed below, click on the pictures to see a larger image.

People & Events  |  Bow Brickhill Halt - the Station  |  Church Road Station Road   The Church  |  Countryside Views  |   The Wheatsheaf  |   Farms and Houses

Please note that in order to provide best-quality full-sized images, from what in several cases were poor originals, the images on these pages may be rather large files and therefore  take a substantial time to load.  

More photographs of past inhabitants of the village also can be seen on the Woodward, Munday and Barden pages.

Some press photos from the 1940s which reside at County Records Office in Bedford can be see at www.ampthillimages.com. Use the blue links to navigate to 'Around And About' and then click on the Brickhills Album.

(The Victoria & Albert Museum can supply photo prints of the Webster painting and also a fine watercolour of the village dated 1940 - see details.)

More photographs of the village can be found on the  Buckinghamshire County Council site

The photographs come from a variety of sources and I am particularly grateful to Mrs Goode,  Mrs Kate Carter, Mrs Selby-Lowndes, Mrs Maunders and Mrs Mary Preen.

 

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