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Site of the Theatre Royal built in 1877 as a public hall, converted to a theatre in the 1890s and closed in 1959. In 1961/2 Shelton's department store was built here.

, Peterborough, United Kingdom

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Site of a chapel dedicated to St Thomas Becket murdered in 1170. It was completed shortly afterwards for pilgrims venerating relics of Becket brought here from Canterbury.

41 Long Causeway, Peterborough, United Kingdom

Behind this modern wall is a 12th Century vaulted undercroft, part of a complex once containing the Abbot's Gaol (the town prison until 1842) and the King's Lodging

Cathedral Square, Peterborough, United Kingdom

Town Hall erected 1929-33 following demolition of the east side of former Narrow Bridge Street. Architect: E. Berry Webster Contractor: Thompson and Sons

Town Hall, Bridge Street, Peterborough, United Kingdom

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Site of the Angel Inn. Originally an abbey property it became a busy mail and coaching inn. As the Angel Hotel it was demolished in 1972.

Priestgate, Peterborough, United Kingdom

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This was the home of the Hake family, members of a rising merchant class in the later 16th Century. Thomas Hake represented the town in Parliament 1586-89; his son William Hake from 1593-97

Yorkshire House, 30 Priestgate, Peterborough, United Kingdom

Electric Transport This plaque commemorates the Electric Trams which served the people of Peterborough from 1903 to 1930. They ran from Market Place (Cathedral Square) to Dogsthorpe, Newark and Walton, with a depot at Millfield. Electric trams are now being re-introduced into some British cities. This plaque was sponsored by the Peterborough Power Station at the instigation of the Peterborough Civic Society and placed here by courtesy of the Midland Bank.

Church Street, Peterborough, United Kingdom

Site of St. Thomas a Becket Chapel Built 1172-1190, it housed relics of this famous Archbishop, murdered in Canterbury Cathedral on 29th December 1170. The Chapel's nave was demolished in 1402. Its Gothic Chancel just east of here, is now the Cathedral Song School.

Church Street, Peterborough, United Kingdom

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Henry Royce co-founder of Rolls-Royce born in Alwalton 1863

The Old School, Alwalton, United Kingdom

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