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Aylesbury Photographic Memories

Aylesbury Photographic Memories

The photo 'Tring, High Street 1897' appears in this book.

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The town is a little disappointing - it is a mix of Rothschild fake timber-framing and earlier buildings. In this view the town is en fete for Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee. Much has gone, including the old Rose and Crown, which was replaced around 1900 by the present mock timber-framed one set back from the road: a townscape disaster. The building on the right with the navy flag has also gone to make a square in front of the church and war memorial.

An extract from Aylesbury Photographic Memories.

Other Memories from Tring

I went to Tring Park (Arts Ed back then) from 1985 to 1991 - many memories of the beautiful mansion

I was born in January 1942 on the estate of Lord Rothschild in Home Farm, the former estate manager's residence. Lambeth Maternity Hospital in London was bombed and my mother was sent to Tring.

Hi When I was about 10 years old and my younger brother was 9, we went on a holiday to Tring for under privileged children around 1962. It was arranged by the CCHF We stayed in a Bungalow, owned by Mr. and Mrs. Atkins and they had a son Stephen a daughter and 2 cats Snowball and Fleur We thought we were miles away from London and remember going in the woods to a tree house, fishing and helping to save some sheep ...see more

I was born at Aylesbury Hospital in 1948 and lived briefly at Pitstone, then Tring in Park Road and later Western Road. My Parents, Grandparents and many other relatives lived in the town. I attended Gravelly infant school in Park Road then Tring C of E Junior school under the headship of Miss Baker, who we were all terrified of! I went to Ashlyns school Berkhamsted and left school in 1964, joining John Dickinson's at ...see more

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