Friar Street, Reading. East end.

 Friar Street, Reading. East end, c. 1900. No. 11; Nos. 10, 9, 8 and 7 (Queen's Hotel); the Town Hall; No. 1 (Blandy and Blandy, solicitors); the west end of St. Laurence's Church. Horse-drawn vehicles wait by the statue of Queen Victoria. In the street are a perambulator, a handcard, a horse-drawn cart carrying milk churns, and an open carriage with a uniformed driver and a lady holding a parasol. 1900-1909. : Another print of this photograph at Dynix 1212067; postcard version at Dynix 1212069

Image Details

Image Title Friar Street, Reading. East end.
Date c1900
Format Illustration
Description black and white photograph ; 16x25cm.
Subject Street scenes and landscapes -- Reading -- Illustrations
Friar Street -- Reading -- Illustrations
Hotels -- Reading -- Illustrations
Municipal buildings -- Reading -- Illustrations
Solicitors -- Reading -- Illustrations
Churches and chapels -- Reading -- Illustrations
Monuments -- Reading -- Illustrations
Horse-drawn cabs and carriages -- Reading -- Illustrations
Horse-drawn carts and wagons -- Reading -- Illustrations
Dairies and dairying -- Reading -- Illustrations

Ordinance Survey Map Reference SU715735 SU716735
Collection Local Studies Collection
Horizon Number: 1212061
Type Reference Stock
Call Number: R/C/FRI
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