Black and white archive photograph of a street in a village or small town with a public house called the Red Lion in the centre.
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MYSTERY SOLVED! A street view thought to be in North Leverton, Nottinghamshire is actually of the Red Lion Inn, Main Street, Coddington, Nottinghamshire. The view is looking north towards the junction with Beckingham Road. The pub and adjacent cottages were demolished at some point in the 1960s. In the foreground is an agricultural building, part of Sunnyside Farm, which survives. Photographed by Maurice Barley between 1948 and 1950. © Historic England Archive BB50/00528
MYSTERY SOLVED! A street view thought to be in North Leverton, Nottinghamshire is actually of the Red Lion Inn, Main Street, Coddington, Nottinghamshire. The view is looking north towards the junction with Beckingham Road. The pub and adjacent cottages were demolished at some point in the 1960s. In the foreground is an agricultural building, part of Sunnyside Farm, which survives. Photographed by Maurice Barley between 1948 and 1950. © Historic England Archive BB50/00528

Maurice Barley Mysteries - Nottinghamshire

Professor Maurice Barley (1909-1991) was an authority on English vernacular architecture. We have recently catalogued part of his collection of over 5,000 prints and negatives dating from the 1940s onwards. The images below show buildings in Nottinghamshire, mostly taken in the 1950s.

More about Maurice Barley and the collection

The locations attributed to the buildings below were recorded in the collection paperwork, but may not be accurate. If you can pinpoint the buildings or suggest alternative locations, please email us at: [email protected]

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Nottinghamshire Mysteries Image Gallery

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