Worcester
Old Postcard, Worcester Cathedral
Worcester High Street
Worcester Broad Street
Broad Street - a 1906 postcard.    
An early 20th Century postcard of the Cathedral.    
High Street in the 1950s.   
Worcester Bridge
Worcester New Bridge
Worcester High Street
An undated view of the High Street with the Cadena Cafe, famous for
Kunzle's cakes.
Worcester, Friar Street
Worcester, Friar Street. Old house where City Guilds met in olden
times." An early 20th Century postcard.
Worcester Cathedral from the air
An undated aerial view of the Cathedral.
Worcester Bridge and Cathedral
A good view of the bridge and the Cathedral.
Old Postcard, The Cross, Worcester
An Edwardian postcard of the Cross.   
Worcester Cathedral
A 1950s postcard of the
Cathedral.
Worcester Water Tower
A 1909 postcard of the Old Water Tower - thanks to Gary Cole who
emailed us to say that this was in the Barbourne area of Worcester.
Worcester, Promenade
Worcester, River Severn
An Edwardian view of the Promenade.  
A view of the city from the Severn.
Worcester County Cricket Ground
An excellent view of the County Ground, probably 1920s or early 30s.   
Worcester is the County Town of Worcestershire, lying about 30 miles south-west of Birmingham in the
English midlands. It lies on the River Severn and is dominated by its famous cathedral. The Royal
Worcester Porcelain factory is in the town, which was also the home of Sir Edward Elgar, the composer.
Did You Know..........thatSir Edward Elgar was born in Broadheath, a
few miles west of Worcester in 1957 ?
Worcester, Shrub Hill Station
Shrub Hill Station.     
The "New" Bridge.     

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Did You Know....that William Morris, later Lord Nuffield, creator of the Morris motor car, was born in Worcester in 1877 ?
Did You Also Know.... that Roly Jenkins, one of the finest leg-break and googly bowlers, was born in Worcester in 1918 ? Roly always bowled in his cap.
And Did You Also Know....that Worcestershire Sauce was first made at 68 Broad Street, Worcester by two dispensing chemists, John Wheeley Lea and William Henry Perrins? The Lea and Perrins brand was made commercially in 1837 and remains the only Worcestershire Sauce still to be made in the UK. The product is made and bottled in the Midland Road factory in Worcester, which has been the home of Lea & Perrins since 16 October 1897.
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