SUDBURY PHOTO ARCHIVE

A record of the town since the dawn of photography

 

Ballingdon Street

Catalogue ref: pa1096

Category: Old Townscape

Period: 1919-1939

Ballingdon Street | Click image to go back to gallery

An early view of the junction at the foot of the hill. The King's Head on the right and the old timber-framed house on the opposite corner - still with its beams concealed by plaster and with an earlier chimney ( today's spiral "Tudor" chimney was created by Peter Minters brickyard post WWII.)

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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.