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EPW006310 ENGLAND (1921). The town centre, Cirencester, 1921

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Details

Title [EPW006310] The town centre, Cirencester, 1921
Reference EPW006310
Date 23-May-1921
Link
Place name CIRENCESTER
Parish CIRENCESTER
District
Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 402281, 202019
Longitude / Latitude -1.9669787941242, 51.716436395303
National Grid Reference SP023020

Pins


Alan McFaden
Wednesday 21st of May 2014 09:47:27 PM
Mycalex Factory

SydM
Saturday 8th of March 2014 05:54:44 PM
In 1921 this building was the Cotswold Garage and was built

after World war 1 from aircraft hangers originally built at

Rendcomb Airfield for the Royal Flying Corp.Three hangers were

dismantled and rebuilt in the town,one as The Cotswold garage,two as Bridges Garage that was adjacent to the Cotswold,and a third more as half the original size as

Harmans Builders at the West end of Ashcroft Road and Sheep Street.It was in 1940 that Mycalex moved out of London due to

the Blitz and took over the property until 1973.

cherrytree
Tuesday 30th of December 2014 04:39:18 PM

Class31
Thursday 24th of January 2013 07:39:30 PM

Class31
Thursday 24th of January 2013 07:38:44 PM
Cirencester Baptist Church

Class31
Thursday 24th of January 2013 07:37:06 PM

Class31
Thursday 24th of January 2013 07:35:05 PM
Gloucester Street

Class31
Thursday 24th of January 2013 07:34:18 PM
Gosditch Street

Class31
Thursday 24th of January 2013 07:31:16 PM
Church of St. John the Baptist

Class31
Sunday 28th of October 2012 11:07:23 PM
Cirencester Bowling Club Still in the same location today

Rob C
Friday 12th of October 2012 01:35:56 PM
Horton's chemist shop, still in trade today - July 2012

Tetbury
Sunday 1st of July 2012 12:49:44 AM
Rear of the Corn Hall.

Tetbury
Sunday 1st of July 2012 12:48:39 AM
Bowling Green Farm

Tetbury
Sunday 1st of July 2012 12:47:45 AM
Abbey House demolished during the 1960's

Tetbury
Sunday 1st of July 2012 12:47:08 AM
Ashcroft Road, Cirencester.

Tetbury
Sunday 1st of July 2012 12:46:30 AM
Cricklade Street, Cirencester.

Tetbury
Sunday 1st of July 2012 12:45:44 AM
Brewery Offices

Tetbury
Wednesday 27th of June 2012 07:11:26 PM
Cirencester Brewery offices to the right and bottling store and yard to the left.

Tetbury
Wednesday 27th of June 2012 01:51:38 AM

User Comment Contributions

I have sincere doubts that the year 1921 is correct.The

photograph shows the Bowling Green as a fully completed playing area but the club was not opened until 1930 and a further photo dated 1928 shows the position as a field that horses from

the nearby Brewery used as grazing.

cherrytree
Tuesday 30th of December 2014 04:52:27 PM
The town centre, Cirencester

Lynda Tubbs
Saturday 4th of October 2014 08:01:51 AM
This photo (EPW006310) a view north from the south end of Cricklade Street. See also a recent taken by R Bewley April 22 2012.



Bob Bewley

Bob Bewley
Monday 30th of July 2012 06:18:01 PM
Cirencester town centre from the SE.



Cricklade Street at the bottom right. To the top left, the old Gloucester road, following the line of a Roman road, and to the top right, there are the houses around Bowling Green Lane and on The Whiteway, also a Roman road.

C R Munro
Wednesday 27th of June 2012 08:29:46 PM
The photograph dates after 1937 as it clearly depicts the new Cirencester Brewery office buildings located on Cricklade Street. This building replaced the former engine house and three large chimney stacks made redundant in 1937 when brewing ceased on this site. These can clearly be noted in photo number EPW022416 dated 1928.

Tetbury
Wednesday 27th of June 2012 07:11:57 PM
Cirencester Bowls club in forefront and Ashcroft Road

D0111E
Tuesday 26th of June 2012 03:04:43 PM
Cirencester town centre. Street in the foreground is Cricklade Street.

Laura Maddison
Friday 22nd of June 2012 01:28:25 PM
Cirencester - St John's Parish Church, from the South

egide
Friday 25th of May 2012 06:03:34 PM