SUDBURY PHOTO ARCHIVE

A record of the town since the dawn of photography

 

Mid-20th Century Townscape

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Photo entitled: Church Row

Church Row
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Church Row was a terrace of 19th century thre...

Photo entitled: Church Row

Church Row
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This shows the front of this terrace of three...

Photo entitled: Church Street

Church Street
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This pole in Church Street was hit by a lorry...

Photo entitled: Church Street

Church Street
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The Church Street junction seen from Friars S...

Photo entitled: Church Street

Church Street
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Junction of Friars Street and Plough Lane see...

Photo entitled: Church Street

Church Street
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The Bull Inn - a Mauldons public house in Chu...

Photo entitled: Church Walk

Church Walk
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The weavers' terraces in Church Walk looking ...

Photo entitled: Church Walk

Church Walk
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The weavers' terraces in Church Walk seen fro...

Photo entitled: Cornard Road/ Newton Road/ Cats Lane

Cornard Road/ Newton Road/ Cats Lane
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Probably taken in the early 1960s. CAV was s...

Photo entitled: Croft Road

Croft Road
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Taken after the campaign to save Inkerman Roa...

Photo entitled: Cross Street

Cross Street
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This fine timber- framed merchant's house at ...

Photo entitled: East Street

East Street
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The north side of East Street in 1951.

 

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The market town of Sudbury, on the borders of Suffolk and Essex, has a long and fascinating history. Much of the way of life in the town since the invention of photography has been caught on camera. The Sudbury Museum Trust has developed this website to show and provide information on a selection of these photographs.

If you have old photographs you think could feature on this site, or if you would like permission to reproduce any photo on this site, please contact us at photoarchive@sudburyheritagecentre.co.uk.