Slideshow of Historical Kemble Scenes

View down Church Road from opposite present surgery
Looking straight up Windmill Road
The road bridge over the Thames and the rail bridge over the road
Bridge on road to Ewen
Kemble Station
Wagon used by Cyril Austin. Hire Cost for 1 wagon in 1933 was 4 shillings 10.5 pence per week.
School Road
View from the main road towards Windmill Road
Kemble School
Looking down West Lane, with back to old Post Office
The Smithy in Church Road ( now The Forge ) where the Gascoigne family ran the blacksmiths
Kemble Church
The Austin Coal Yard at Kemble Station in 1951
Old Miller's cottage in Windmill Lane - pulled down 1967
The 'Beehive' water hydrant looking towards School Road
Preparing for demolotion of Windmill Road bridge
The Tavern - note the original location of the door
The old stone windmill before Windmill Cottages in Windmill Road were built
Railway Bridge (now demolished) in Windmill Road
The Austin's Coal Yard, in what is now the railway car par