EPW001215 ENGLAND (1920). Jephson Gardens area, Royal Leamington Spa, 1920

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EPW001215
  0° 0m
EPW053219
  132° 70m
EAW024685
  222° 72m
EAW003636
  359° 138m
EPW005100
  179° 147m
EPW039092
  128° 155m
EPW005099
  174° 161m
EPW053226
  24° 167m
EPW053224
  223° 187m
EAW024686
  207° 198m
EPW005091
  294° 201m
EPW053225
  325° 225m
EAW024684
  86° 235m
EPW001214
  315° 253m
EPW005093
  310° 255m
EPW005096
  315° 278m
EPW001219
  313° 332m

Manylion

Pennawd [EPW001215] Jephson Gardens area, Royal Leamington Spa, 1920
Cyfeirnod EPW001215
Dyddiad May-1920
Dolen
Enw lle ROYAL LEAMINGTON SPA
Plwyf ROYAL LEAMINGTON SPA
Ardal
Gwlad ENGLAND
Dwyreiniad / Gogleddiad 431990, 265568
Hydred / Lledred -1.5309660667607, 52.286925595673
Cyfeirnod Grid Cenedlaethol SP320656

Pinnau

River Leam (corrected 04/01/20)

John W
Saturday 4th of January 2020 05:25:23 PM
Tram - on the 3ft 6in gauge Leamington and Warwick electric tramway. Opened 1905, closed 1930.

John W
Monday 9th of May 2016 04:36:06 PM
The Pump Rooms

John W
Monday 9th of May 2016 04:32:33 PM
Jephson Gardens

John W
Monday 9th of May 2016 04:31:46 PM
GWR railway station

John W
Monday 9th of May 2016 04:30:16 PM
LNWR station

John W
Monday 9th of May 2016 04:29:33 PM
Willes Bridge

Glassman
Saturday 28th of December 2013 10:04:28 AM
All Saints Parish Church

Glassman
Saturday 28th of December 2013 10:01:01 AM
Aylesford's Well - Leamington Spa's earliest known spring with a well house first built in 1803. The well house and houses on Victoria Terrace were demolished by 1960 and in 1963 a commemorative stone was laid to the front of All Saints Parish Church.

Glassman
Saturday 28th of December 2013 09:59:31 AM
Victoria House, Willes Road - designed by William Thomas (1799 -1860), together with the adjacent Lansdowne Circus and Crescent, and built as Lansdowne House, a private villa. In 1841 it was renamed Victoria House and in 1899 it was purchased by the Masons. Records note it as “Masonic Rooms” in 1976 but its Masonic use ceased in 2013. It continues to be used for private functions and business meetings.

Glassman
Monday 4th of November 2013 07:54:14 AM
Lansdowne Crescent, Circus and House (later named Victoria House) designed, circa 1835, by William Thomas (1799 - 1860), a local architect . In 1843, Thomas emigrated to Toronto Canada were he gained a considerable reputation for building in the "Gothic Revival" style.

Glassman
Sunday 3rd of November 2013 10:26:07 AM
Lansdowne Crescent - designed by William Thomas circa 1835

Glassman
Sunday 3rd of November 2013 10:11:34 AM
Lansdowne Circus - designed by William Thomas circa 1835

Glassman
Sunday 3rd of November 2013 10:11:00 AM
Manor House Hotel

prowting45
Monday 25th of February 2013 04:41:09 PM