Hauxton Road photos (1 of 3)

 
"Charles Elbourne died in 1908 but this photograph shows him walking down Church Street when he was 68 years of age accompanied by his little grandson Charlemagne, then 5 years and 8 months old; in 1914 he enlisted to fight the Germans." From A Record of Shelford Parva by Fanny Wale P37
 Outing outside of the Blacksmith's workshop, Hauxton Road, Little Shelford
 The blacksmith's workshop (now demolished), Hauxton Road, Little Shelford 
The Old Forge cottage prior to restoration, Hauxton Road, Little Shelford
 
The old Forge cottage prior to restoration, Hauxton Road, Little Shelford
 
The old Forge cottage prior to restoration, 1975
Men at work in the blacksmith's workshop, Hauxton Road, Little Shelford
 
Blacksmith's workshop and Prince Regent (now Sycamore House) from Church Street, Little Shelford
 Blacksmith and The Prince Regent Pub, from Church Street, Little Shelford
The Prince Regent pub (now Sycamore House restaurant), also showing now demolished cottage opposite, Hauxton Road, Little Shelford The Prince Regent (now Sycamore House) from High Street, Little Shelford
The Prince Regent now known as Sycamore House, in Hauxton Road, Little Shelford
The Prince Regent pub (now Sycamore House restaurant)
  
  The Prince Regent pub (now Sycamore House restaurant), also showing now demolished cottage opposite, Hauxton Road, Little Shelford  
Now demolished cottages in Hauxton Road, Little Shelford
 
 
 
Cottage adjoining Prince Regent, Hauxton Road, Little Shelford (Den Maskell and mother)
 The railway crossing, Hauxton Road, Little Shelford
  
Now demolished cottages in Hauxton Road, Little Shelford The village pump at the junction of High Street, Hauxton Road and Church Street, Little Shelford
Now demolished cottages in Hauxton Road, Little Shelford
Hauxton Road, Little Shelford
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