Oxford Road, Reading
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|Image Title||Oxford Road, Reading|
|Description||Black and white photograph ; 9x14cm. postcard.|
|Subject||Street scenes and landscapes -- Reading -- Illustrations
Cycle manufacturers and dealers -- Reading -- Illustrations
Pubs and inns -- Reading -- Illustrations
Department stores -- Reading -- Illustrations
Butchers' shops -- Reading -- Illustrations
Clothes shops -- Reading -- Illustrations
Oxford Road -- Reading -- Illustrations
Automobiles -- Reading -- Illustrations
|Ordinance Survey Map Reference||SU711734|
|Collection||Local Studies Collection|
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Oxford Road, Reading, looking westwards from Broad Street, c. 1915. South side: No. 1 (White Hart Hotel); No. 3 (Herbert C. Gascoigne, pork butcher); N0. 7 (the Halford Cycle Company); No. 11 (Langston and Sons, gentlemen's outfitters). North side: Nos. 34, 32, 30, 28, 26, 24, 22, 20, 18, 16, 14, 12, 10, 8 and 6 (William McIlroy Ltd., department store); No. 2 (Eastman's, butchers); No. 24 West Street (The Maypole Dairy Company); No. 74 Broad Street (the Vine Hotel). 1910-1919 : postcard with caption "Broad Street and West Street Cross Roads, Reading," numbered R599, by E. T. W. Dennis and Sons.