Post men and boys outside the Post Office, George Street, Tamworth

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Date:1890 - 1914 (c.)

Description:Post men and boys, bicycles and mail bags, outside the Old Post Office, on the south side of George Street, eastern end. A recruiting poster can be seen on the wall of the Post Office, possibly for the Boer War or more likely WW1.


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1900s
Chatterton Bros., George Street, Tamworth
Chatterton Bros., George Street, Tamworth

This is a listed building and still extised as two shops in 2003.

1920s
War Veteran's Parade, George Street, Tamworth
War Veteran's Parade, George Street, Tamworth

A St George's Day parade of Veterans of the First World War, seen in George Street. ...

1970s
No 37 George Street, Tamworth
No 37 George Street, Tamworth

An example of brick and terracotta architectural ceramic mouldings on the gable ...

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