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Most photographs of the High Street buildings are included with the website page on each individual property.

However, a number of old photographs give more general views of the street, and a number are included on two Photo Gallery pages.

This page covers the northern end of the High Street, from the railway bridge to Atherton Hill. There are about 60 photographs on this page.

A second Photo Gallery covers the High Street (North) from the railway bridge to the canal bridge.

Photo Gallery:

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- The Market Place, c1877. Shows Robinson the draper before Capital & Counties Bank (now Lloyds-TSB) was built (opened 1882).

- The Market Place, c1885

- The Market Place, c1885

- Town Hall and market place, c1900

- Market Place, c1900. (MPC Series) (from Robert James)

- Crown brewery (now re-fronted), Town Hall and Barnards, now re-fronted into three shops. Note the telegraph poles. c1910

- London & County Bank (on left). On right: Barnards, now re-fronted into three shops, Town Hall, and Crown Brewery. No telegraph poles! c1905

- Market place, c1912 (Note telegraph poles and water stand pipe)

- Market place, c1911 (Note telegraph poles but water stand pipe not yet complete) [Parsons]

- Market place, c1914 (Note telegraph poles but water stand pipe not yet complete) [JW Wrighton]

- Market place, c1928

- The Town Hall and Market Place, 1865, probably our earliest photograph of the High Street. This is from a carte de visite by E T Brooks of Newbury, and it is dated on the reverse in pencil "1865".

- The Market Place, c1877 Shows Robinson the draper before Capital & Counties Bank (now Lloyds-TSB) was built (opened 1882). [From a Carte de Visite by William Softley Parry of 4 Bridge Street]

- The Market Place, c1885 (An enlargement of the photograph above). Capital & Counties Bank (now Lloyds-TSB) is shown (opened 1882).

- Wren's saddlers and ironmongers, Elisha Love's Crown Brewery, the 1871 Town Hall, and Richard Killick's Chemist & druggist (c1894).

- Wren's saddlers and ironmongers (now with three dormers in the roof), Elisha Love's Crown Brewery, and the 1871 Town Hall, (from a lantern slide c1900)

- Wren's saddlers and ironmongers, Tom Crook's Crown Brewery, the Town Hall, and Ernest Barnard's furnishings (Hawker series, c1902)

- Barnards, Town Hall, and Crown Brewery. No telegraph poles! c1906

- Market place, c1905 (No telegraph poles nor water stand pipe)

- Market place, c1905 (No telegraph poles nor water stand pipe)

- Market place, c1911 (Note telegraph poles but water stand pipe not yet complete)

- High Street, c1908. (A similar card was used postally in 1908) [WHS Kingsway]

- High Street, 1915. [Albert Parsons]

- Market Place and Three Swans, c1965.

- Market Place, 1902 [J Benjamin Stone]

- Upper High Street, 1904 Postmarked 30 Jul 1904 [Hawker Series]

- "Hungerford Old Cottages" c1910 [Freeman's Series "37977"] (SH)

- The Plough, Batt's and the upper High Street c1910 [Albert Parsons] (SH)

- Market Place and High Street, c1929.

- Upper High Street c1917. (Used 1 Jan 1919, but printed Parsons, Bridge Street).