Views of Leamington Spa in Old Postcards
An early aerial view of the town showing the Parade in the centre, the Pump Rooms lower left, St. Peter's Church left centre, the Town Hall clock tower right and in the distance the spire of St. Alban's Church and the tower of St. Mark's Church.
A local landmark sadly gone.
Occupying a prominent location on the Parade, the hotel was considered to be the largest in Europe when completed in 1819.
Victoria Bridge & Tram
View towards All Saints Church and Aylesford Well
All Saints Church & Taxi Rank
Aylesford Well & Bath Street
Victoria Parade & All Saints Church
Pump Rooms & Lower Parade
Postcard showing the tower and pediment added to the Pump Rooms in alterations by John Cundall.
River Leam from Willes Bridge
Jephson Gardens & Lodges
The Pavilion, Jephson Gardens
The Pavilion from Mill Gardens
Jephson Gardens and Aviary
Flower Beds - Jephson Gardens
The riverside walk which is part of the green corridor following the course of the River Leam.
View from Victoria Park. This bridge dates from 1850 and is an important crossing point of the river.
Alongside Dormer Place
War Memorial, Euston Place
Town Hall & Regent Grove
Cundall's iconic, yet idiosyncratic, gesture to civic pride, completed in 1884.
Crossing Victoria Bridge
Town Hall and Parade
The Parade, 1950s
A view from the 1950s with little traffic to be seen.
St George's Road