19th Century Photographs and Paintings of Swanbourne
Featured image – Swanbourne ladies in the 1880s.
Below left:- Digitally enhanced photograph of the old Vicarage in 1858, just before it was demolished. Previously, there only seemed to be a painting of the old Vicarage, and this photograph never seems to have been found by Ken Reading. The newly discovered photograph has been digitally enhanced to make it superior to the original. The gardens are beautifully kept, and some of the gravestones seen in the Church grounds no longer seem to be there.
A unique photograph of Swanbourne’s old vicarage in 1868, just before it was demolished.
Other Nineteenth Century paintings and photographs of Swanbourne.
Click on photographs to enlarge. All are paintings or photographs in Swanbourne village with proven evidence of a 19th Century origin.
Clack Brook ford in Station Road, 1890.
vy Cottage painted by T.F.Fremantle, 1887 showing new road to Swanbourne House
Deverells Farm from the East (painted by the Third Lord Cotteslow in 1886 (T.F.Fremantle)
Barrack Row, Duck End Swanbourne, provided barracks for 40 Parliamentarian troops in 1643.
Winslow Road – Red Lion sketch Walter Fremantle 1850
Mursley Road as painted in 1886 by T.F. Fremantle
Sketch of The Old House by Betsey Wynne, 1810
The First Lord Cottesloe
Nancy Green’s Cottage, Duck End, circa 1860 before it was pulled down.
The Oldest School House (Godwin School House) in Clack Lane (Station Road).
Petticoat Lane houses c1860. They were demolished late in the 19th Century.
Horse & plough in Swanbourne, circa 1895
Victorian Ladies in Swanbourne c1880
Church Street painting 1850 where Peter North lived at the time of death in 1844.
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