Leisure pursuits
of Stonehouse
architectural 
 access cover    architectural    benches    boats    bollard    bridges    bus stop    canal    car registrations    chimney    Churches    clocks    decorations    doors    dormer window    drains    exercise    flags    grave iron railings    hobbies    inspection cover    iron fencing    iron gates    iron on buildings    ironwork    kissing gates    memorials    overhead    playing area    porch    postal    pub    re-cycling    rubbish bins    schools    sculpture    seats    street furniture    street lighting    style    telephone    transport    tree planting    venue    wall washers  

Architecture (High St) Lodge House (Horsemarling Lane) ex police station (High St) Gable end (Bath Rd) Apsley House (High St) Coop building (High St) Weather Cock (Elm Rd) the Globe (High St) Lantern (Queens Rd) Finial (Bath Rd) Apsley House (High St) Architectural feature (Upper Queens Rd) H - Anno Victoria 50 (H for Hooper who re-built Bonds Mill in 1887) Wycliffe Gates (Bristol Rd) Bulls Eye glass (High St) High St (the Lawns) the Lawns chemists (High St) Queens Rd stonework (Regent St) sextant's building (St Cyr's) Wycliffe College (Bath Rd) Double Lock Cottage (when built) National Schools (school built 1832, enlarged 1873) roof apex (Laburnum Walk) Lyndian Court (Oldends Lane) Pearcroft Rd window lintel (High St) School, old Girls entrance (Elm Rd) No Smoking (Bonds Mill) roof finials (Elm Rd) AD 1890 (ex Police Station, High St) Pearcroft Rd Pearcroft Rd Police Station (other usage -High St) Petty Sessional Court (long gone -High St)