The exterior of the ivy-covered inn, a two-storey brick house with dormer windows and end chimney stacks. The inn was once the home of blacksmith Alfred White who founded a bellhanging company, the oldest still in operation in Britain today.

Date:
1907
Location:
The Greyhound Inn, Besselsleigh, Vale Of White Horse, Oxfordshire
Reference:
CC97/02626
Type:
Photograph (Negative)
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Content

This is part of the Series: HWT01/01 Glass plate negatives and inkjet prints; within the Collection: HWT01 Henry W Taunt collection

Rights

Source: Historic England Archive

People & Organisations

Photographer: Taunt, Henry W

Holder of Original Archive: National Monuments Record

Curator: Leonard, Ian

Keywords

Dormer Window, Inn