Pictures contributed by Mr Michael Saunders
Late Victorian children sitting on the steps of the Market Cross, Bottesford: a faded sepia print enhanced digitally
Contributed by Mr Mike Saunders
Picture taken from the roof of the nave of St Mary’s looking eastwards over the church yard.
Postcard showing the northern end of Belvoir Rd approaching the Market Place.
Postcard from Belvoir Road looking north to the Market Place with Harry Bugg’s butchers shop on the left.
Postcard of the new Grantham Rd looking towards the new bridge over the Devon, marking the arrival of the stretch ...
Postcard of the new junction of Easthorpe Lane with the newly re-aligned Grantham Road, taken about the time of the ...
Postcard showing the new bridge on Grantham Road which replaced the old Washdyke Bridge, and showing the houses at the ...
Postcard of Queen Street, looking northwards. The old Coop shop is seen on the left, and on the right is ...
A photograph showing houses on Market Street, with K. Samuel’s store on the left.
A postcard of Queen Street, with the old Police Station, the malthouse (used as a cafe) and Rutland Arms on ...
An old postcard showing Stathern St Guthlac’s church, with a series of historical cartoons around the margins.
Map of Bottesford by schoolboy L. Challands of Mr. Gordon’s Academy in 1848: a schematic map, but one of the ...
Old cottages on Church St, comprising from the right the former Six Bells alehouse, Louise and Beatrice James’ cottage, and ...
Postcard of the ford on Devon Lane, pre-WW1 as indicated by the style of clothes worn by the children.
Postcard of the ford on Devon Lane, c.1960. Note that the roadway appears to be un-metalled.
A summer’s day at The Green, Devon Lane.
Looking west along Chapel Street, children and bunting, during the 1911 Coronation celebrations: on the right is Singleton’s farmhouse (demolished ...
The footbridge at the ford on Rectory Lane damaged during flooding, probably in the 1960s.
Rectory Lane ford during serious flooding. Greaves’ bicycle shop is seen on the left, and behind it the butresses of ...
A class of junior school children in the yard behind Bottesford village school, 1950s.
Bottesford school children posed in the school yard.
Bottesford boys football team, 1928-29, posed in a yard (location uncertain).
Bottesford Amateur Operatic Society, The cast of Gilbert & Sullivan’s “Trial by Jury” posed in costume in the yard at ...
Children prepare for May Day celebrations in the school yard, probably in 1953, Coronation Year.
Villagers on an outing to the countryside, together in the sunshine, location uncertain.