Warwick, the county town of Warwickshire, is situated on the banks
of the River Avon about 8 miles north of Stratford-upon-Avon. It was
founded in 914 AD and was built on a small hill which was fortified
and controlled the river crossing. The town is of course dominated
Warwick Castle which is a huge tourist attraction and which
receives thousands of visitors - try parking there in the summer !!
But the castle is not the only attraction for Warwick has many
beautiful and historic buildings.
Old Postcard, Warwick, View
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A lovely old view across the fields to Warwick, from the early 1900s.    
Warwick, Jury Street and Eastgate
Eastgate and Landor House, Warwick
Warwick, Mill Street, Old Postcard
Warwick East Gate, Old Postcard
Warwick, St Mary's Church
Mill Street in the 1920s.    
St Mary's Church - a 1920s postcard.   
A 1905 postcard of East Gate.   
Old Postcard, Piers Gaveston Monument
This is a monument to Piers
Gaveston who, from the
inscription, was not the most
popular Earl of Cornwall - so why
did they erect a monument ?
Warwick, Castle Hill
Warwick, St Mary's Church
An early 20th Century postcard of Castle Hill.
Another, earlier view of St Mary's.
Warwick, St Nicholas Park
Warwick, Eastgate
Warwick, Mill Street
Old Postcard, Warwick, Mill Street
A postcard of Mill Street from 1956.    
Mill Street - a postcard from around 1910.
Warwick, West Gate
Warwick, Leycester Hospital
This postcard of West Gate was posted on New Year's Eve 1905. The
pub sign for the "Bear and Baculus" is just visible on the right.   
An early 20th Century postcard of the Leycester Hospital
Warwick West Gate
A postcard of West Gate and the Leycester Hospital in Raphael Tuck's
"Oilette" series. From the back of the card - "This hospital was
originally the hall belonging to two united guilds established in
Richard II's reign. After the dissolution of the monasteries the building
passed to the town authorities, and under Elizabeth it was deeded by
the Corporation to Robert, Earl of Leicester, who made it an asylum
for twelve indigent men."    
Warwick, Leycester Hospital
Leycester Hospital, Warwick, Old Postcard
This one was posted in 1904.   
A nice view of the Leycester Hospital - an unused card so we can't
date it.
Warwick, Oken's Passage
Difficult to date this unused
postcard of Oken's Passage.
Warwick, West Gate
A view up the hill to West Gate in
a postcard which was mailed in
Warwick, Leycester Hospital
Two more of the Leycester Hospital from around the same period as those immediately above.
Two views of Eastgate, from the NE and SW. These postcards are unused and appear to date from the early 1920s.
A nice old postcard - unused and undated.
The Castle from St Nicholas Park - an undated postcard.
Another in Raphael Tuck's Oilette series, showing "Shakespeare's
Country - Hayfield, Warwick".  From the reverse : "Warwick, the
ancient seat of the Nevilles, is a charmingly situated town, the
surrounding country being typical of the rural and pastoral scenery for
which the county is famous.  Among its most interesting buildings are
the old Norman Castle, Lord Leicester's Hospital and St Mary's
Church."   There is also a quotation from
King Henry VI -
"The sun shines hot, and, if we use delay,
Cold biting winter mars out hoped for hay."
Two excellent quality postcards of the Leycester Hospital, both unused but, from the fashions in the card on the left, about 1920
The Warwick Chamber of Trade has an excellent website
with lots of information about the town.

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High Street, Warwick
Warwick High Street.
Warwick - the Town
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Old Postcard, Warwick, Mill Street
Mill Street, looking west - an unused and undated postcard.   
Warwick School
Warwick School in 1920.  
Warwick West Gate Winter
West Gate in the snow.
Warwick, East Gate
East Gate in the 1930s.  
Warwick, Aerial View
Warwick from the air - not a very good quality image, sorry !
Old Postcard, Warwick, East Gate
An undated view - probably around 1910 - of East Gate.   
Warwick, Porridge Pot.
An unused postcard of East gate and the "Porridge Pot", probably
from around 1912.   
Warwick, East Gate
Another view of East Gate, this from the 1930s.........      
Warwick, Mill Street
.....and another card of Mill Street.
Warwick, St Nicholas Park
St Nicholas Park.
Warwick, Coventry Road
Coventry Road.
County Hall, Warwick
County Hall.
Warwick, St John's House
St John's House.
Old Postcard, Mill St, Warwick
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Old Postcard, A View of Warwick
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Old Postcard, Warwick School
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