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Archive for the ‘Drew Street’ Category

Drew Street was the most westerly street in Swindon when it was built in 1907. It takes its name from William Drew, a local architect who designed the houses.

St Augustine’s “Review” magazine’s page of Advertisements

ID Number – 253.11

Image No – img060

Subject – Page of Advertisements

Date – 1950

Donor – WalkleyJoyce

Street – various

Location – various

Shop – various

Additional Info – Advertisements for various premises in various streets

Junction of Drew and Morris Street

ID Number – 455.4

Image No – img022

Subject – Junction of Drew and Morris Street

Date – 2005

Donor – RogersStan

Street – Drew Street

House Number/Name – 1 & 2

Location – Drew Street

Modified House front

ID Number – 455.3

Image No – IMG_0345

Subject – Modified House front

Date – 2008

Donor – RogersStan

Street – Drew Street

House Number/Name – 2

Location – 2 drew Street

Jim Starley with Henry Hazel

Group Photo info – Jim Starley, Henry Hazel

ID Number – 007.2

Image No – img154

Subject – Tim Starley with Henry Hazel

Date – circa 1948

Donor – WheelerBetty

House name/No. – 6

Street – Drew Street

Location – Back Garden

Group Activity – Family Photo

Additional Info – Jim pictured with Henry on the steps to his pigeon loft.

Pauline Starley

ID Number – 007.3

Image No – img155

Subject – Pauline Starley

Date – 1963

Donor – WheelerBetty

Street – Drew Street

Location – Drew Street Allotments

Leisure – Allotment

Advertisements in St Augustine’s Church Magazine

ID Number – 500

Image No – img013

Subject – Advertisements in St Augustine’s Church Magazine

Date – 1952

Donor – MallerMrG

Street – Summers Street

Church/Chapel – St Augustines Church

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