Quorn Halls, Houses and Streets
Quorn had and still has plenty of historic
buildings. Many of these are hunt related and served as permanent
residences or hunting boxes for the aristocracy. In this section you
will find references to important houses such as Quorn House and Quorn
Hall. We also include the more humble cottages, houses and street scenes. There are also articles and photographs of demolished buildings
such as the Hall on the Green.
Total: 267 artefacts returned over 27 pages
| High Street, Quorn in the 1950s|
Two photographs of High Street, Quorn, looking towards Quorn Cross, in the 1950s, showing ...... cont.
| W E Cooke - A cottage at Quorn|
This picture was by Quorn artist W E Cooke and appeared on the title page of his first ...... cont.
| W E Cooke - A Cottage Yard at Quorn|
This picture, 'A Cottage Yard at Quorn', was by Quorn artist W E Cooke and appeared in ...... cont.
| Wood Lane – Lost cottages|
Some cottages that once stood on Wood Lane have been either demolished or totally ...... cont.
| Barrow Road, Quorn – then and now|
An unusual view from around 1905, looking down Barrow Road from the Loughborough Road ...... cont.
| The Wardle family, Farnham Street, Quorn|
Following on from artefact 1934, we have four more photographs relating to the Wardle ...... cont.
| 65 Loughborough Road, Quorn|
For many years 65 Loughborough Road marked the extent of housing development in Quorn on ...... cont.
| Floods around the White Horse pub, Quorn, 1986|
The first photograph was taken during the floods of 1986, looking up Meeting Street, ...... cont.
| Floods on Station Road, probably 1947|
The gabled building behind the lorry is the White Horse pub, on the corner of Station ...... cont.
| Floods at Quorn Cross in the 1950s or 1960s.|
Flooding at Quorn Cross was a regular occurrence until flood prevention measures were ...... cont.