Milton Keynes Postcard Collection
Records in this Collection
Postcard of a photograph showing a view down Watling Street, Fenny Stratford in the 1920s. A group of people (men and children) and a horse and cart are stood outside The Navigation Inn public house and Grover's Motor & Cycle Works. A policeman is stood on the far left.
Postcard of a photograph showing the church tower of St. Peter & St. Paul's, Olney. Unknown date, but around the mid 20th century.
Colour postcard of a photograph showing Market Place, Olney, on market day. A fruit and vegetable stall and a fabric stall are in front of some trees and a hotel. Undated, but probably from around 1960-1970.
Postcard of a photograph of St. Peter and St. Paul Church, Olney, from the southern bank of the River Great Ouse. Two people in a boat are rowing along the river in the foreground. Undated, picture suggests c1920-1930.
Postcard of a photograph of St. Peter and St. Paul Church, Olney. Undated, picture suggests c1960-1970.
Postcard of a photograph of St. Mary's Chapel on the site of the former Bradwell Abbey, Milton Keynes. Undated, picture suggests c1955.
Postcard of a photograph of Green Lane, Wolverton, looking north east. Image is badly faded but shows a boy stood at a lamp post in front of the building at the junction with Moon Lane. Postcard was sent to Miss Nellie Sear in Hampshire from her sister Maggie, 6 May 1911.
Postcard showing a view of the restored Bradwell Windmill, New Bradwell.
Postcard with sketch of Market Square, Stony Stratford, on the front.
Postcard of a photograph of the tram terminus, where Wolverton Road, High Street and London Road meet, in Stony Stratford in the 1920s. The tram can be seen outside The Forester's Arms.
Postcard of a photograph of Market Place, Stony Stratford, showing a group of children stood in front of "John Wesley's tree".
Postcard of a photograph of a bronze socketed axe from c1000 BC, found in Stony Stratford.
Postcard of a colour view of Cowper's House, Olney, (now Cowper & Newton Museum). Inscription on the reverse reads: "Just one more card for your collection. Do you know which is Cowpers house, we did'nt go to the oak tree, I can just manage to pass a cart in the street at Onley." Undated, picture and inscription ...
Postcard of a colour view of "Cowper's Oak", near Olney. Postcard sent to Miss A Chapman in Kettering, from Edna Loveday, 23 March 1907. Message reads: "Dear Miss Chapman I am staying at my grandmother's at Olney. This is the place where Cowper lived and he used to write his poems in this tree. Expect to see you on Tuesday. love from E Loveday"
Postcard of a colour view of St. George's Church, Wolverton. Sent to Miss Nellie Sear, Belgrave Square, London, from "Lizzie", but no post mark or stamp. Undated, c1915. Message reads: "Dear Nellie am sending present hope you will spend a very Happy Birthday and will like the small present I am sendy am sending to Minnie much at same time love from Lizzie"
Postcard of a photograph of a view towards St. Nicholas Church from Newton Road. Handwritten date on the reverse is 18 April 1935.
Postcard of a photograph of St. Martin's Church, Aylesbury Street, Bletchley (now part of Fenny Stratford), with two horse and carts along the road. Undated, picture suggests c1900.
Colour postcard showing an external view of Ye Old Swan, Newport Road, Woughton. Undated.
Colour postcard showing a view of the social club on Hanmer Road, Simpson. Undated.
Black and white postcard of a photograph showing the view down Denbigh Road, Bletchley. A small child is stood on a path to the left and a car can be seen in the distance coming towards the camera. Undated.
Colour postcard of a view down High Street, Fenny Stratford. The Palace Theatre, which later became a cinema, is on the right-hand side.
Colour postcard of a view down Denbigh Road, Fenny Stratford. Undated.
Colour postcard of an external view of The Bull Hotel and Watson's Garage, High Street, Bletchley (now Fenny Stratford). Undated.