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The Gables Garage, Rawreth, Wickford
A garage from the 1950s.
Long Meadow Drive in the 1960s.
Do you remember this area?
The changing River Crouch.
Changing views of the River Crouch
King's, the grocers..
King's, the Grocers, High Street, Wickford.
Further to my request for information about King’s grocers shop, Wickford High Street, information has ...
Old Industries in Wickford
McEwan Pratt was founded in 1905.
Runwell Fayres 1976
Wickford Tree of the year 2022
This London plane tree was located in Market Road outside the Library and Community Centre. Following ...
Do you know anything about them?
Nevendon Road, Then and Now.
Pairs of pictures, comparing past and present, compiled by Peter Ostrowski.
St Nicholas, Rawreth
A Brief History of the Early Years and of the Nineteenth Century
An insight into some aspects of life in Wickford in the 1950s.
1977 Jubilee celebrations in Waverley Crescent, Wickford
Do you have any more photos of this event?
The Reverend Samuel Wilkes Waud, MA, FRAS, FCPS. Rector of Rettendon.
Rectors of Rettendon during the second half of 19th century.
The History of the Royal British Legion in Wickford.
On a recent ‘drop in’ day one Saturday morning last month Mr R.Dudley, the Chair ...
When Night became Day
Memories from the war years in Rettendon.
Runwell Road, Then and Now.(2)
More from Runwell Road. Pairs of scenes compiled by Peter Ostrowski.
Aerial photograph dated 1 August 1928
Aerial photograph of Wickford railway station and its surroundings, 1928.
Views of 'new' Wickford in the late 1970s.
Scenes of the 1970s
Wickford Junior School, Market Road .
Photographs from the Evening Echo files, 1988~1990.
Christchurch, Wickford, Anniversary celebrations 6th October 1992.
From a series of Echo newspaper photos. Can anyone put names to the faces?
Runwell Road, Then and Now.(1)
Comparing modern Runwell Road to how it used to be.
Wickford and the Pandemic
A look back at the effects of the pandemic on Wickford over the two years since Covid-19 took hold.
Harringtons' shop, Station Avenue.
I found this picture of the shop owned by Mr and Mrs Harrington, who lived ...
Living on Highcliffe Road
Reference Elaine Goodyear's comment. Did the Fenwicks have a son called Paul? I was at Beauchamps from 1960 to 1965...
English Gymnosophical Society
Editor: Leo Woodland contacted us - "Thanks for all your work on the Moonella site and club. They form part...
Barry Patmore – Morten Harket come to town!
The first race was 1983, and it was considerably longer than 5 miles. I was one of the competitors and...
Help wanted to identify this building in Wickford!!
Lipa and Isostat were manufacturers of electronic switches for the TV, Radio, Domestic Appliances and Professional Audio markets. It was...
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