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Dec 072017
 

High Street, and “The Greyhound Inn” public house

Haversham is a village in the Borough of Milton Keynes just north of Wolverton

The Kitchener Collection includes photographs showing St Mary’s Church and the Greyhound public house. There are also photographs of the newer part of the village, built to house staff working at the Wolverton railway works.

Haversham in the Kitchener Collection

Apr 182016
 

Travel back to the 1920s and ’30s to see what Wolverton, Stony Stratford, Bletchley, Shenley, Olney, Newport Pagnell and many more looked like 90 years ago.

Streets of the past poster

A new exhibition by the STACCess:MK Project displays historic images of Milton Keynes’ streets from MKCDC’s Kitchener Collection.

Members of the New City Photographic Society have taken recent shots of the same views, which are displayed against their early 20th century counterpart, so compare the similarities and differences.

 

The exhibition is in Silbury Arcade (opposite door nine, next to Greggs), thecentre:mk until the end of May 2016.