Procession in Market Street, Tamworth

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Date:1911

Description:Judging by all the Union Jack flags, this is probably a Coronation Procession for George V. The shop on the extreme left hand corner is a Fruiterer, Florist, and Seedsman, advertising Cadbury's Chocolates.


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1820s
An engraving of the Town Hall
An engraving of the Town Hall

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1890s
Chatterton, Market Street, Tamworth
Chatterton, Market Street, Tamworth

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1910s
Town Hall, Market Street, Tamworth
Town Hall, Market Street, Tamworth

The Town Hall was built in 1700-1701, and was paid for by Thomas Guy, the MP for ...

1930s
Market Street, Tamworth
Market Street, Tamworth

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1950s
Upper Lodge of Tamworth Castle
Upper Lodge of Tamworth Castle

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1970s
Coleman Brothers, No 6 Market Street, Tamworth
Coleman Brothers, No 6 Market Street, Tamworth

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