Marshmoor - Pictures From The Past

NORTH MYMMS PICTURES FROM THE PAST

Marshmoor Cafe, Great North Road, Christmas Day 1952
This was a popular rendezvous for cycling clubs from 1930 until it closed in 1966


Marshmoor


This is one of a dozen sections from North Mymms Pictures From The Past, a book published in 2002 by the former North Mymms Local History Society, featuring more than 100 old photographs of the parish. The majority of the photographs are on the Images Of North Mymms collection of CDs. To access all sections, please scroll down to the index at the foot of this page.

Photograph of Four wheeled wagon and vans supplying coal and products for the Kelloggs warehouse at Marshmoor sidings, January 1972
Four wheeled wagon and vans supplying coal and products
for the Kelloggs warehouse at Marshmoor sidings, January 1972


Photograph of Nash Bros coal lorries being loaded at Marshmoor sidings. Massils of Marshmoor, the furniture woodturners buildings are in the background. The huts of contractors working on the bridge are in the foreground. January 1972
Nash Bros coal lorries being loaded at Marshmoor sidings
Massils of Marshmoor, the furniture woodturners buildings are in the background
The huts of contractors working on the bridge are in the foreground. January 1972

Photograph of Marshmoor sidings, Great Northern Railway image from a postcard c.1900
Marshmoor sidings, Great Northern Railway image from a postcard c.1900


Photograph of Marshmoor signal box Marshmoor signal box on the west side of the down line. Pictured is the signal man Mr Temple. July 1967
Marshmoor signal box Marshmoor signal box on the west side of the down line
Pictured is the signal man Mr Temple July 1967

Photograph of Shadbolt and Brown families at Marshmoor Farm cottages. 1950s
Shadbolt and Brown families at Marshmoor Farm cottages 1950s


Photograph of The Rookery Cafe, Great North Road. July 1968.
The Rookery Cafe, Great North Road. July 1968



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