Milton Keynes Postcard Collection
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Colour postcard of a view down Bletchley Road, Bletchley, now Queensway.
Black and white postcard of Aylesbury Street, Fenny Stratford. Thatched cottages and other houses are on either side of the road. Undated.
Black and white postcard of a view over a bridge on Water Eaton Lane, Bletchley. Three figures are in the distance walking towards the camera with children. Undated.
Colour postcard of a boat going through a lock on the Grand Union Canal at Fenny Stratford. Undated, but before the building of industrial land in the east.
Colour postcard of a boat going south through the most southerly of the "three locks", near Stoke Hammond.
Colour postcard of a view of St. Mary's Church, Bletchley. Undated
Colour postcard of a view of Bowlers Bridge on the Grand Union Canal looking north west. Undated.
Colour postcard of a view of St. Michael's Church, Walton. Part of The Vulcan Series. Undated
Black and white postcard of a photograph of the view down Hanmer Road, Simpson. The church tower of St. Thomas's can be seen in the background. Undated.
Black and white postcard of a photograph of the view down Hoe Street, Walthamstow, c1900. Postcard is written to Mr. Colin Meakin in Cornwall from Tariq[?] Kenal[?] in Walthamstow. Postmark date cannot be read.
Colour postcard of Bradwell Windmill with yellow flowers in the foreground.
Colour postcard showing the mosaic pavement excavated at Bancroft Roman Villa (originally known as Bradwell Roman Villa).
Christmas card published by the Milton Keynes Development Corporation, featuring a red balloon floating in snow on the front. Inside reads the printed message "Christmas and New Year Greetings from the Milton Keynes Development Corporation"
Christmas card published by the Milton Keynes Development Corporation, featuring a red balloon floating up from a Christmas tree outside the shopping centre building on the front. Inside reads the printed message "Christmas and New Year Greetings from the Milton Keynes Development Corporation"
Birthday card featuring an image of the Liz Leyh concrete cows sculpture. Inside features the printed message "Happy Birthday" "The Concrete Cows Milton Keynes 1978-1988".
Colour-tinted view of St. George's Church, Wolverton. Message on back reads: "Dear S. Hope you will like this. Joe" Addressed to Miss S. Turvey of Aylesbury. Undated, stamp dates it between 1904-1910.
New year greetings card with print of black and white sketch of St. Andrew's Church, Great Linford, with sheep in the field in front by Sylvia Frattini. The printed message inside says "Best Wishes for the New Year from the Arts Workshop Trust". The handwritten message inside reads: "Pat Mel [Jones?] + Co" The Pat is likely to be Pat ...
Christmas card published by the Milton Keynes Development Corporation, featuring the painting "Bradwell Silver Band at Greenleys" by Peter Osbourne on the front. Inside reads the printed message "Christmas and New Year Greetings from the Milton Keynes Development Corporation"
Black and white postcard of the original war memorial and congregational church on The Square, Wolverton. Facing south. Undated.
Front of card features black and white image of wall painting from St. Mary's Chapel showing St. Anne teaching Mary to read. Inside reads the printed message "Happy Christmas and a Prosperous New Year". The image is captioned "Fourteenth century wall painting depicting St. Anne. In the west splay of the north window of the ...
A5 postcard of winning design for a charter for Milton Keynes to celebrate the 50th anniversary of designation. The design features the names of all the areas that make up the borough of Milton Keynes and a circular graphic highlighting features of the area. "To celebrate Milton Keynes' uniqueness - it's [sic] past as a New ...
Black and white postcard of an oblique aerial view of St Peter & St Paul Church, Olney and surrounding landscape, looking northwards. Undated.
Christmas card with colour night-time view of water fountain in Queen's Court in the shopping building. Looking South East towards McDonalds. Printed message inside reads "Christmas and New Year Greetings from Milton Keynes Development Corporation". A small paragraph of factual information about the shopping centre is on the left-hand side of the card.
Showing colour concept drawing of the exterior of the Stuart House, to be displayed on plot 8 at the FutureWorld exhibition in Kents Hill. Designed by A.G. Stuart and architect Jonathan Ellis-Miller.