Market House, Uxbridge, by Tom Berry. The Quakers raised enough money by public subscription to be able to rebuild their Meeting House, and the town thought they would do the same for the rebuilding of the Market House. When they failed to raise enough money by public subscription, the Quakers lent them the money for the rebuilding of the Market House. One of the Quakers also ran a school in the upper level of the Market House for a time.
COOKHOUSE CABARET: ENTERTAINMENT AT UXBRIDGE RAF DEPOT, MIDDLESEX, ENGLAND, UK, 1944
D 22232. Members of the Women's Auxiliary Air Force catering section serve meals to WAAFs at the Royal Air Force depot in Uxbridge.
Uxbridge, Middlesex, The Chiltern View Tavern c1906
Uxbridge, Middlesex, The Chiltern View Tavern c1906. It looks like a cycling club meeting, the cyclists all wear a cap with a badge on it. The Chiltern View Tavern is in a sorry state now, boarded up and unloved. I think it closed its doors for the last time in 2006. I'm sure it won't be long before it is demolished and the site used for more luxury flats. A more detailed view is shown below. Click the pictures to enlarge. View Larger Map
Cowley Road and Cotswold Close, Uxbridge - West London Photo Galleries
This picture was taken in the notorious winter of 1963 and shows the junction of the two roads next to Whitehall School. The building on the right is the Van and Horses pub, that disappeared when Cowley Road was widened.