Old Chalgrave – Buildings and scenes

Photos From the Past, Old Chalgrave – Buildings and scenes

 

Chalgrave in the Past - Buildings and scenes
Wesleyan Chapel
Wesleyan Chapel
The Lane Cottages
The Lane Cottages
Vicarage
Vicarage
Hockliffe Road
Hockliffe Road
First Car Crash in Parish
First Car Crash in Parish
The Chapel from Hockliffe Road
The Chapel from Hockliffe Road
Park Farm
Park Farm
Fire At Top Farm (Ivy Farm)
Fire At Top Farm (Ivy Farm)
Cottage in Wingfield?
Cottage in Wingfield?
Wesleyan Sunday School (c1900)
Wesleyan Sunday School (c1900)
The Plough Inn, Wingfield
The Plough Inn, Wingfield
St Marys School (c1950)
St Marys School (c1950)
The Mitchel's, Wingfield
The Mitchel's, Wingfield
Wingfield Chapel
Wingfield Chapel
Chalgrave National School
Chalgrave National School
Down The Lane
Down The Lane
Manor Farm, Wingfield
Manor Farm, Wingfield
Threshing Corn in Tebworth
Threshing Corn in Tebworth
The Shoulder Of Mutton
The Shoulder Of Mutton
The Lane
The Lane
Fire at Top Farm (Ivy Farm) circa 1960
Fire at Top Farm (Ivy Farm) circa 1960
Damage To Chalgrave Church
Damage To Chalgrave Church
Cottage in Wingfield
Cottage in Wingfield
Chalgrave All saints Church
Chalgrave All saints Church
Taterhill
Taterhill
Greetings from Tebworth
Greetings from Tebworth
The "Three Horse Shoes" or "Queen's Head"
The "Three Horse Shoes" or "Queen's Head"
Toddington Road, Tebworth
Toddington Road, Tebworth
2 The Lane
2 The Lane
The Grange (1907)
The Grange (1907)
View down The Lane with Fred Groves and his brothers
View down The Lane with Fred Groves and his brothers
Three Horse Shoes viewed from the Hockliffe Road
Three Horse Shoes viewed from the Hockliffe Road
Tithe Farm Headys (c 1950)
Tithe Farm Headys (c 1950)
The School
The School
Park Farm
Park Farm
Mandeville Cottage (old)
Mandeville Cottage (old)

1 Comment

  1. David Molyneaux

    The cottage believed to be in Wingfield, I do not recognise it but on the road from Wingfield to Tebworth after costins farm there is a bend in the road to the right, the next property being the white house. On that bend set back from the road was a wooden bungalow. I was told that this bungalow was build after a lone German bomer after a raid on Luton/Dunstable jetisoned his bombs demolishing a cottage that previously stood there. I have no idea of the truth of the story but believe that the person who told me this was not known to make up stories, also of course at the time it would have been easy to check with others who lived there through the war years. Hope this helps your historian.

    Reply

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

%d bloggers like this: