Banwell

PThomasAF20010005.jpg
PThomasAF20010006.jpg

Title

Banwell

Description

Photo 1 is a view of the village about 1900.
Photo 2 is a street scene.
Photo 3 is the church with a pond in the foreground.
Photo 4 is a view of West Street.
Photo 5 is the Square.
Photo 6 is a view of part of the Square looking down West Street.

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Format

Six b/w photographs on two album pages

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Identifier

PThomasAF20010005,
PThomasAF20010006

Transcription

[photograph]
BANWELL

Views of Banwell, Somerset about 1900.
Village & hill showing the local Brewery, left foreground, with the old School in the centre. Photo taken from Tenacres.

West Street, Banwell. Left foreground the Wesleyan Chapel. Twof [sic] Byles Bakery vans with Henry Buncombe, a roundsman.
Opposite is the Irish House drapery sho[missing letter] known locally as the Beehive. Irish House was also a local undertker’s. [sic]

[photograph]
West Street, Banwell

[photograph]
The Church and Pond, Banwell

The Parish Church Of St. Andrew Banwell.
The local Pond. Right foreground Balls house with local butcher’s (Algy Stephens) slaughter house attached. In front of the church is the house which used to be the workshop of Creighton the wheelwright where Reg. Thomas was apprenticed. Left foreground Hubert Thomas’s old workshop & house, previously used as a cowshed owned by Mrs Neads.

Citation

“Banwell ,” IBCC Digital Archive, accessed June 13, 2024, https://ibccdigitalarchive.lincoln.ac.uk/omeka/collections/document/22891.

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