Buntingford in the Early 20th Century

Some images

By Nicholas Blatchley

Layston Cottage, now the site of the Tannery Estate
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Pigs Nose thatched cottage
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River Green - Bridge over the River Rib
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Buntingford High Street
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Almshouses 1910
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Some images of Buntingford from the early Twentieth Century.

This page was added on 22/05/2012.

Comments about this page

  • Layston cottage is not the site of the Tannery Estate, that estate is situated at the other end of Pig’s Nose, the road that runs part of the length of the River Rib.

    By Pat (25/10/2017)
  • Thanks. If you’re able to post the images on the site, that would be extremely valuable.

    By Nicholas Blatchley (09/03/2016)
  • The 4th photograph of Buntingford High Street in the LH corner shows a memorial plaque to WW1 soldiers from the village lost, I have a detailed photo of the plaque & unveiling ceremony.

    By byron smith (23/02/2016)
  • Many thanks for this information.

    By Nicholas Blatchley (09/01/2013)
  • Layston Cottage is still there. The Tannery estate was built further to the south, along the river towards Union Terrace.

    By Caroline Whittaker (05/01/2013)

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