Old Photos of Banham

Many thanks to Mrs Annette Legg for the Banham photos.

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Banham, Hunt's Corner early 1900.
Pub on the right hand side was originally the Queens Head until around 1877-1879 when it changed to the Brickmakers Arms named after Brick Yard (the name of the lane running behind where bricks were manufactured) and closed around 1937?
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Banham, Greyhound Corner early 1900.
Note the Windmill in the background.
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Banham, Crown Street early 1900s


Banham, Church and Green
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Kenninghall Road with the Wesleyan Chapel on the left, now a private residence. The building on the right is the old King's Head which was demolished to build the Community Centre and car park.


Old Post Office, Banham early 1900s. Possibly London House (formerly Lucy's Sweet Shop)


Rookery Farm and Bakery (looking from the Green)
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Village Street, Banham. Showing the Red Lion, now a private residence
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Wash Lane

For more old photos take a look at the Memory Board.

Please let me know if you have any old photos you don't mind sharing.

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