St Leonards Road Street

St Leonards Road was originally called New Street when the old Towcester Road was cut off when the railway was put in



St. Leonards Road looking straight across from Haines Road, showing 79(Lambs), 77(Hodges chip shop) and 75(Harlocks - Fred Loasby in the 1940s). 21st September 1964. Thanks to Robin Puryer







St. Leonards Road from Ransome Road, see all the trees. 12th May 1963. Thanks to Robin Puryer







St. Leonards Road looking along its length from the Tivoli to London Road, so somewhere between May 1963 and July 1965 all the trees have been removed and replace with new saplings. 25th July 1965. Thanks to Robin Puryer







Looking South West from the top of the footbridge, to the sidings, St. Leonards Road. 21st September 1964. Thanks to Robin Puryer







St. Leonards Road, looking along the north side from lamb's shop and the fish and chip shop towards Ashfords corner. 21st September 1964. Thanks to Robin Puryer







St Leonards Road, looking along the north side from Haines Road over the other side, opposite the fish and chip shop, to lane's and Rathbone's and along past Adam's cake shop. 21st September 1964. Thanks to Robin Puryer





St Leonards Road with a tram so post 1914. See they didn't go in for "Signage" as much then, a small London sign was all that was required. In the distance is that the Chimney pots of the Manor House?




The old stage coach by Haines Road




The air raid shelter down the middle of the road during the second world war. Each had a paraffin lamp on the corner



Putting in the lines in St Leonards Road



The Old bus shelter



St Leonards Road May 1st 1936 looking up then down





The following are of the floods



Easter 1998





August 15th 1931