A record of the town since the dawn of photography


Ballingdon Street

Catalogue ref: pa4

Category: Old Townscape

Period: 1919-1939

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Ballingdon Street from the west c1925.  We are told that Cliff Hill, on the bike, brought home a monkey from his service in WW2. 

This view is little changed today - the White Horse public house and brewery building still stands on the right although now offices. The horse trough has been moved further down the street to just beyond the railway bridge.

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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.

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