Street Scenes of Aylesbury, England in the Mid-1950s Through Fascinating Photos

Aylesbury is the county town of Buckinghamshire, South East England. It is a large ancient market town with several historic pubs, is home to the Roald Dahl Children’s Gallery and, the 1,200 seat Waterside Theatre.

Aylesbury’s street scenes in 1956

 

The town is recognized as the spiritual cradle of the Paralympic Games. It is situated in central Buckinghamshire, midway between High Wycombe and Milton Keynes.

Aylesbury was awarded Garden Town status by the Government on 2 January 2017. The town’s housing is set to grow by over 16,000 homes by 2033 in Vale of Aylesbury Local Plan.

Here below is a set of fascinating photos from Ron Adams that shows street scenes of Aylesbury in 1956.

 Buckingham Street, Aylesbury

 

 Buckingham Street, Aylesbury Buckingham Street, Aylesbury

 

Buckingham Street, Aylesbury

 

Buckingham Street, Aylesbury

 

Buckingham Street, Aylesbury

 

Buckingham Street, Aylesbury

 

Buckingham Street, Aylesbury

 

Buckingham Street, Aylesbury

 

Buckingham Street. Agro Electrical, Aylesbury

 

Cambridge Street. Bowdens Bakers on the right (now Adlans shoe-repairer), Aylesbury

 

Cambridge Street. Showing good old Narbeth’s, Aylesbury

 

Castle Street, Aylesbury

 

Castle Street, Aylesbury

 

Great Western Street taken from the station forecourt, Aylesbury

 

Great Western Street, Aylesbury

 

Great Western Street, Aylesbury

 

Great Western Street, Aylesbury

 

Great Western Street, Aylesbury

 

Great Western Street, Aylesbury

 

Great Western Street, Aylesbury

 

Great Western Street. Railway Hotel, Aylesbury

 

Great Western Street. Station Garage, Aylesbury

 

Great Western Street. the Railway Hotel, the shop on the left is Hayward’s, Bridgewater’s were the main civil engineering company in Aylesbury

 

Hale Leys Passage, Aylesbury

 

Hale Leys Passage, Aylesbury

 

Hale Leys Passage, Aylesbury

 

Hale Leys Passage. Old Post Office on the right, Aylesbury

 

Market Square, Aylesbury

 

Market Street, Aylesbury

 

Nelson Terrace, Aylesbury

 

Nelson Terrace, Aylesbury

 

Off Great Western Street, Aylesbury

 

Off Great Western Street, Aylesbury

 

Parsons Fee, Aylesbury

 

Rickfords Hill, Aylesbury

 

Rickfords Hill, Aylesbury

 

Rickfords Hill, Aylesbury

 

Rickfords Hill. Saracen’s Head, Aylesbury

 

Royal Bucks roundabout, Aylesbury

 

Temple Square, Aylesbury

 

Temple Square, Aylesbury

 

Temple Square. Leading to Church Street, Aylesbury

 

Temple Street. Building facing is M.T.Cocks (family grocers), Aylesbury

 

White Hill, Aylesbury

 

 White Hill, Aylesbury

 

 White Hill. Oxford Road, Aylesbury

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