West Lavington over the centuries
A stunning collection of vintage photos of West Lavington taken over two centuries.
With thanks to Lyn Dyson and Ros Hooper for sharing these precious studies.
Haymaking at Highlands Farm.
Sheepwash- below the lowest pool and waterfalls in the Warren.
Mead’s Carpenter shop at the bottom of Rickbarton.
White Street around 1910.
The Holliday’s cycle shop before 1915.
Churchill Arms with stagecoach.
Hay MakingStreet dancing by the Churchill, taken at the time of the Coronation.
The Garage with Harold Wadman and a Doubleday and Francis Van. Note the hand pumps!
Wheatsheaf before 1906 from a ‘coloured’ post card.
The Post Office at Littleton Panell
Middle of Littleton Panell, including on right gate into Sainsbury’s Yard.
Wadman’s shop with knife grinders equipment parked outside. 1939.
Littleton Panell High Street after the second world war, with Shore House.
Lavington Station before 1914-18 war. The Stationmaster was Mr Leonard who lived in Littleton Panell.