Oxford Road, Reading. Looking westwards
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Oxford Road, Reading, looking westwards from the corner of Cork Street, c. 1904. Identifiable on the south side: No. 11 (Langston and Sons, gentlemen's outfitters). On the north side, Nos. 34, 32, 30, 28, 16, 24, 22, 20, 18, 16, 14, 12, 10, 8 and 6 (William McIlroy Ltd., department store); No. 4 (John H. Durran and Son, jewellers). An electric tramcar heads westwards. 1900-1909 : postcard with caption "Reading. Oxford Street," by Francis Frith and Company, numbered 52003. Later postcard version at Dynix 122743.
|Image Title||Oxford Road, Reading. Looking westwards|
|Description||Tinted photograph ; 8x13cm. postcard.|
Street scenes and landscapes -- Reading -- Illustrations
Clothes shops -- Reading -- Illustrations
Department stores -- Reading -- Illustrations
Jewellers -- Reading -- Illustrations
Trams, electric -- Reading -- Illustrations
Oxford Road -- Reading -- Illustrations
|Ordinance Survey Map Reference||SU711734 SU712734|
|Collection||Local Studies Collection|
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