Woollard's Lane, Great Shelford

Photo: The Mary King collection

Photo: The Mary King collection

Pumphrey's Garage

Photo: The Mary King collection

Dyke the boot maker and Butler's Shop can be seen on the left.

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Photo: Great and Little Shelford in old picture postcards by Margaret Ward

Photo: Great and Little Shelford in old picture postcards by Margaret Ward

Photo: Great and Little Shelford in old picture postcards by Margaret Ward

Photo: Great and Little Shelford in old picture postcards by Margaret Ward

Photo: Great and Little Shelford in old picture postcards by Margaret Ward

Photo: Great and Little Shelford in old picture postcards by Margaret Ward

Photo: Francis Frith Collection

Photo: Francis Frith Collection

Photo: The Mary King collection

Photo: Francis Frith collection

Photo: The Mary King collection

Photo: The Mary King collection

Photo: The Mary King collection

Photo: The Mary King collection

Vehicles from the village dairy Photo: The Mary King collection

Photo: The Mary King collection

The former

dairyPhoto: The Mary King collection

Robinson's dairy delivering in Courtyards, Little Shelford

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Freestone's Bakery when it was in Woollards Lane (then known as Station Road)

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The village policeman can be seen standing outside the grocer's shop

Photo: The Mary King collection

Photo: The Mary King collection

Photo: The Mary King collection

George Bros tobacconists and florists when Woollards Lane was known as Station Road

The first Great Shelford library - in the 1940s

Memorial shelter, Great Shelford rec

The first village hall

Photo: The Mary King collection