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Austin Metropolitan "500" in Chipping Campden. Used for Austin Motor Co.'s publicity, photocopy.
Email and photocopy of a photograph of an Austin Metropolitan “500” in Chipping Campden. Used for Austin Motor Co.’s publicity.
Aviation Heritage in the Cotswolds
CADHAS lecture, 17/11/2005 Now on CD: 2012/005/CD in CD Box 2
Bus for some, but Five walk nearly 3 Miles to School
Chipping Campden School. Children at one end of Paxford are allowed to go on the school bus, whereas those at the other end have to walk to school. Report from Blockley Parish Council with picture of Susan Vale, Susan Street, Susan Courtney, Hazel Lampitt and David Lampitt walking to school. Report of ...
Campden railway station and tunnel, magazine cuttings
Various cuttings of trains, Campden signal box, Campden Station and Campden tunnel, from unidentified magazines.
Campden railway, photocopy
Photocopy including mention of the Campden Railway, ‘Castle’ engine between Campden and Honeybourne.
Chauffeur's hat, Robert Taylor
Robert Taylor, Chauffeur’s hat. Last chauffeur in Campden, 2006.
Royal Navy frigate on Severn near Tewkesbury, pulled out by a steam boat, cutting from a newspaper, not named, 6/12/1966.
China mug celebrating the Cotswold line.
China mug celebrating the Cotswold railway line. Inscription “Cotswold Line Millennium” and “1st May 1852”. Celebration of the centenary but taking place in 2000.
Chipping Campden goods shed, magazine articles
Article in Modern Rail, No. 90, April 2006, with photograph and description of the Chipping Campden goods shed, p67 Pictures of Campden Station, from “Model Rail”, No. 91 May 2006, pp 78-80 in “Wooden it be nice-2” by Chris Leigh. From the 1950s.
Edward Thomas, account of rail journey inc Using stop at Campden 1914
An account of Edward Thomas’s journey by rail, GWR, mentioning the stop at Campden. 23rd June, 1914
Humber Snipe sports saloon
In Chipping Campden High Street, 1934 photograph and three photocopies from “Practical Motorist”,
Inland Navigation 1865.
Mr Haysum and his bus outside Cotswold House, 1947, photograph
Mr Haysum and his bus outside the Cotswold House, January 1947, photograph, negative and enlargement. See also COMMA 116.001
Ogilby Road Map, copy of the 1939 edition of the 1675 map, including Campden
Ogilby Road Map, copy of the 1939 edition of the 1675 map, showing Campden, Evesham, Worcester, Tenbury, Ludlow and Montgomery.
Pictures of Campden railway, the station and tunnel.
6 sheets of photocopies, photographs by T. E. Williams and J. R. Beasley. Including duplicate copies of a railcar. Photos digitised in Photo Library.
Railway coin, 1852, celebrating the Cotswold Line.
Railway coin celebrating the Cotswold Line. Inscribed “Millennium Cotswold Line, 1st May 1852, First Passenger Train.
Road Transport and Travel in Gloucestershire, 1700-1840
CADHAS Lecture, 18/2/1999. Also now on CD: 2010/300/TA in CD Box 1.
Road Travel and Transport in Gloucestershire
Pub. Alan Sutton and Gloucestershire County Library, 1985. Road Travel and Transport In Gloucestershire, 1722-1822. Extracts from The Gloucestershire Journal.
School Bus on the High Street
Photograph shows the bus, owned by P.R.Sheen of Moreton in Marsh, outside the Old Grammar School.
The Why of our Roads, Railways and Waterways
Pub. The Just Why Books, London, 1972.
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