|Two versions of the same view. The colour (hand-tinted ?) view was mailed in August 1953.
|An excellent view of the town, with the Fountain in the centre
(almost), Rother Street leading to the bottom right and Greenhill
Street to the bottom left.
|No date for this excellent aerial view.
|This postcard was mailed in the 1940s - the message on the reverse
refers to "fly bombs" - and shows Wood Street and Bridge Street on
the left, and Ely Street and Sheep Street on the right. The theatre,
however, appears to be the old building, which would date the card
from the 1920s.
|A super view of the old theatre. This postcard was mailed in 1925,
not long before the theatre was destroyed by fire - click here to see
postcards of the fire.
|This great view of the town is dated 1957.
|Three aerial views of the Welcombe Hotel - "a most delightful Country Hotel". All three postcards are unused and undated.
|Now available is our latest book, "Stratford-upon-Avon in Old
Postcards", a 78 page book which includes many of the
postcards from the Stratford section of our website with the
addition of some explanatory text and a few memories of the
town. The book is available in hard or soft cover, and may be
previewed and purchased by clicking on the box on the left.
|Postcards of the Past
Aerial Views of
|Some views of Stratford from the air.
|Some More Old Postcards You May Like !
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