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Luton Street Index

Albert Road

Saint Mary's Church Hall

The Angel Beerhouse - 29 Albert Road

The Antelope Public House - 51 Albert Road

Albert Road Wesleyan Methodist Church, Luton

Bailey Hill Wesleyan Methodist Church, Luton

Alexandra Avenue

Luton in the Romano-British Period

Alton Road

Luton in the Romano-British Period

Andover Close

Luton in the Romano-British Period

Argyll Avenue

Luton in the Dark Ages

Arthur Street

Bailey Hill Wesleyan Methodist Church, Luton

Ashcroft Road

Luton in the Romano-British Period

Ashton Road

The Trial of Thomas Crawley - the attack took place at or near the junction of London Road and Ashton Road

Ashton Street (now Gillam Street)

Ashton Street Wesleyan Methodist Mission, Luton

Back Street

Luton Central Mission

The abode of James Day - 52 Back Street

The Green Man Public House, Luton - corner of Duke Street

The Welcome Stranger Beerhouse, Luton - corner of Duke Street

Bailey Street

The Volunteer Public House - 23 Bailey Street

Baker Street

Bailey Hill Wesleyan Methodist Church, Luton

Barbers Lane

Waller Street Wesleyan Methodist Church, Luton - corner of Waller Street

Barton Road

Saint John's Methodist Church, Luton - corner of Birdsfoot Lane

Beech Hill

Luton in the Bronze Age

Beech Hill Methodist Church, Luton

Beech Road

Dunstable Road Wesleyan Methodist Church, Luton

Beechwood Road

Luton in the Romano-British Period

Luton in the Dark Ages

Birdsfoot Lane

Luton in the New Stone Age

Luton in the Bronze Age

Luton in the Iron Age

Luton in the Romano-British Period

Saint John's Methodist Church, Luton - corner of Barton Road

Biscot Road

Saint Andrew's Vicarage - 184 Biscot Road

Black Swan Lane

Luton in the Romano-British Period

Luton in the Dark Ages

Blenheim Crescent

Saint Andrew's Church

Saint Andrew's Vicarage

Blenheim Crescent Baptist Church

Boyle Street

The Creation of Saint Matthew's High Town

Alterations and Repairs to Saint Matthew's High Town

Brache Street

The Cardinal Public House - 6 Brache Street

The Volunteer Public House - 23 Bailey Street on the corner with Brache Street

Park Town Primitive Methodist Church, Luton

Bracknell Close

Luton in the Romano-British Period

Bradley Road

Luton in the Romano-British Period

Bramingham Road

Waulud's Bank

Luton in the Romano-British Period

Brays Road

Luton in the Romano-British Period

Brendon Avenue

Luton in the New Stone Age

Bridge Street

Crown and Anchor Brewery

The Crown and Anchor Public House - corner of Bridge Street and New Bedford Road

Browbrook Vale

Luton in the New Stone Age

Luton in the Bronze Age

Brunswick Street

The Creation of Saint Matthew's High Town (site of the wooden church preceding the present saint Matthew's)

Saint Matthew's School, High Town (site of the school building preceding the 1873 school buildings in Wenlock Street)

Abode of Levi Welch - 45 Brunswick Street

68 High Town Road, Luton - corner of Brunswick Street

70 High Town Road, Luton - corner of Brunswick Street

Buckingham Drive

Haverings Manor

Burford Close

Luton in the Dark Ages

Burr Street

38 High Town Road, Luton - corner of Burr Street

Abode of Levi Welch - 80 Burr Street

The Old English Gentleman Public House - corner of Burr Street and Hitchin Road

Bute Street

The Engine Publc House, Luton - 43 Bute Street

47 to 53 Bute Street Luton

Fatal Fire at Vyse Sons and Company Limited Factory - 47 to 53 Bute Street

The Coopers Arms Public House, Luton - 55 Bute Street

The Britannia Public House, Luton - 63 Bute Street (old numbering)

The Great Northern Public House, Luton - 63 Bute Street

The Hat Factory, 65-67 Bute Street Luton 

The Bridge Hotel, Luton - 66 Bute Street

The George II Public House, Luton - to Bute Street

The British Queen Public House, Luton

Butterfield Green Road

Luton in the New Stone Age

Luton in the Bronze Age

Luton in the Iron Age

Luton in the Romano-British Period

Buxton Road

Christ Church National School

Cambridge Street

Luton in the Romano-British Period

Cannon Lane

Luton in the Iron Age

Castle Street

Langleys Manor

The Castle Public House - 1 Castle Street

The Red Lion Public House - 2 Castle Street

The Dog Public House - corner of Castle Street and Langley Street

Castlecroft Road

Luton in the Bronze Age

Catsbrook Road

Luton in the Romano-British Period

Chapel Street

Chapel Street Board School

Chapel Street Wesleyan Methodist Church, Luton

Wesley Church and Luton Industrial College

The Bitter End Public House - 9 Chapel Street

The Fedora and Firkin Public House - 9 Chapel Street

The Griffin Public House - 9 Chapel Street

Chaul End Road

Luton in the Iron Age

Cheapside

The Plait Hall Inn - 18 Cheapside

The Granville Public House - 18 Cheapside

Chequer Street

The Chequers Public House

Cheviot Road

Luton in the Romano-British Period

Chobham Street

The Moulders Public House - 2 Chobham Street

Church Road

Biscot Board School

Church Street

Luton in the Dark Ages

Saint Mary's architecture

Saint Mary's additions and alterations

Thieves at Saint Mary's

Church Street National School

The Wheatsheaf Public House - 14-16 Church Street

The Eight Bells Public House - 43 Church Street

Cobden Street

The Burton Arms Public House, Luton - 29 Cobden Street

The abodes of William Worsley's widow and James Day - 41 and 54 Cobden Street respectively

Cradock Road

Luton in the Iron Age

Cranleigh Gardens

Luton in the Romano-British Period

Crawley Green Road

Haverings Manor

Saint Mary's Vicarage

Cross Street

15 High Town Road, Luton - corner of Cross Street

17 High Town Road, Luton - corner of Cross Street

Cumberland Street

The Grapevine - 4 Cumberland Street

The Grapes - 4 Cumberland Street

The Parks - 4 Cumberland Street

The Cumberland - 4 Cumberland Street

The Luton Pier - 4 Cumberland Street

The Cork and Bull - 4 Cumberland Street

Manhattans - 4 Cumberland Street

MVP - 4 Cumberland Street

The Black Bull Inn - corner of Park Street

The Blue Lion Public House - 23 Cumberland Street

Dale Road

Dallow Road Wesleyan Methodist Church, Luton

Dallow Road

Luton in the Dark Ages

Dallow Road Board School

Dallow Road Wesleyan Methodist Church, Luton

Dewsbury Road

Luton in the Romano-British Period

Downs Road

Luton in the Romano-British Period

Dudley Street

2 and 4 Dudley Street, Luton

Duke Street

The abode of William Worsley - 34 Duke Street

The Green Man Public House, Luton - 52 Duke Street

The Welcome Stranger Beerhouse, Luton - 61 Duke Street

48 High Town Road, Luton - corner of Duke Street

50 High Town Road, Luton - corner of Duke Street

Dunstable Road

Dunstable Road Primitive Methodist Church, Luton

Oakdale Methodist Church, Luton

Dunstable Road Wesleyan Methodist Church, Luton

Beech Hill Methodist Church, Luton

Dunstable Road Board School

The Halfway House, Luton - corner of Halfway Avenue

Eaton Green Road

Luton in the New Stone Age

Luton in the Bronze Age

Luton in the Romano-British Period

Emerald Road

Luton in the Romano-British Period

Falconers Road

Luton in the New Stone Age

Five Springs

Waulud's Bank

Flowers Way

Langleys Manor

Gardenia Avenue

Luton in the Romano-British Period

George Street

The Corn Exchange Luton

The Crown Inn - 1 George Street

The Dog and Donut - 1 George Street

The Heights Public House - 1 George Street

The Nickel Bag Public House - 1 George Street

The Rat and Carrot Public House - 1 George Street

2 and 4 George Street Luton

3 and 3a George Street Luton

5 George Street Luton

6 George Street Luton

The Grapes Inn - 6 George Street

7 and 7a George Street Luton

8 and 10 George Street Luton

9 George Street Luton

The Red Lion Public House - 2 Castle Street on the corner with George Street

The Black Swan Public House Luton - 12 George Street

12 to 16 George Street Luton

13 George Street Luton

15 George Street Luton

17 George Street Luton

The Plough Public House - 18 George Street

19 George Street Luton

20 George Street Luton

21 George Street Luton

22 George Street Luton

23 George Street Luton

24 George Street Luton

25 George Street Luton

26 George Street Luton

27 George Street Luton

28 George Street Luton

29 to 33 George Street Luton

The Old Bell Hotel - possibly 29 to 41 George Street

30 George Street Luton

32 George Street Luton

34 George Street Luton

35 George Street Luton

The Bell Hotel - 36 George Street

37 George Street Luton

38 George Street Luton

39 George Street Luton

The Cross Keys Public House - 40 George Street

41 George Street Luton

42 George Street Luton

43 George Street Luton

44 George Street Luton

45 George Street Luton

46 George Street Luton

47 George Street Luton

48 George Street Luton

49 George Street Luton

The George Hotel - 50 George Street

51 George Street Luton

52 George Street Luton

53 George Street Luton

54 George Street Luton

55 George Street Luton

56 George Street Luton

57 George Street Luton

58 George Street Luton

59 George Street Luton

60 George Street Luton

61 George Street Luton

62 George Street Luton

63 George Street Luton

64 George Street Luton

65 George Street Luton

66 George Street Luton

67 George Street Luton

68 George Street Luton

69 George Street Luton

70 George Street Luton

71 George Street Luton

72 George Street Luton

73 George Street Luton

74 George Street Luton

75 George Street Luton

76 George Street Luton

The Carnegie Library Luton

77 George Street Luton

79 George Street Luton

81 George Street Luton

83 George Street Luton

85 George Street Luton

87 George Street Luton

Luton Town Hall - The Old Building

The Shoulder of Mutton Inn

Gillam Street (previously Ashton Street)

Ashton Street Wesleyan Methodist Mission, Luton

Green Close

Luton in the Romano-British Period

Harry Scott Court

Luton in the New Stone Age

Luton in the Bronze Age

Havelock Road

The Painters Arms Public House, Luton - corner of High Town Road

The Creation of Saint Matthew's High Town

Alterations and Repairs to Saint Matthew's High Town

Saint Matthew's School, High Town

5 to 21 Havelock Road, Luton

High Town Road

1 High Town Road, Luton

The Railway Tavern, Luton - 2 High Town Road

3 High Town Road, Luton

4 High Town Road, Luton

The Blockers Arms Public House, Luton - 5 High Town Road

6 High Town Road, Luton

7 High Town Road, Luton

8 High Town Road, Luton

9 High Town Road, Luton

10 High Town Road, Luton

11 and 13 High Town Road, Luton

12 and 14 High Town Road, Luton

15 High Town Road, Luton

The Bricklayers Arms Public House - 16-18 High Town Road

17 High Town Road, Luton

19 and 21 High Town Road, Luton

20 and 22 High Town Road, Luton

The Picturedrome and High Town Electric Theatre - 24 High Town Road

25 High Town Road, Luton

27 High Town Road, Luton

29 and 31 High Town Road, Luton

33 and 35 High Town Road, Luton

37 High Town Road, Luton

38 High Town Road, Luton

39 High Town Road, Luton

40 High Town Road, Luton

41 High Town Road, Luton

42 High Town Road, Luton

42a High Town Road, Luton

43 High Town Road, Luton

High Town Methodist Church, Luton

44 High Town Road, Luton

46 High Town Road, Luton

48 and 48a High Town Road, Luton

50 High Town Road, Luton

51 High Town Road, Luton

52 High Town Road, Luton

53 High Town Road, Luton

54 and 56 High Town Road, Luton

55 High Town Road, Luton

57 High Town Road, Luton

58 High Town Road, Luton

59 High Town Road, Luton

60 High Town Road, Luton

61 High Town Road, Luton

62 High Town Road, Luton

The Cricketers Arms Beerhouse, Luton - 63 High Town Road, Luton

64 to 68 High Town Road, Luton

65 High Town Road, Luton

67 High Town Road, Luton

69 High Town Road, Luton

70 High Town Road, Luton

71 High Town Road, Luton

72 High Town Road, Luton

73 High Town Road, Luton

74 High Town Road, Luton

75 and 77 High Town Road, Luton

76 High Town Road, Luton

78 High Town Road, Luton

The Painters Arms Public House, Luton - 79 High Town Road

80 High Town Road, Luton

82 High Town Road, Luton

84 High Town Road, Luton

86 and 88 High Town Road, Luton

90 and 92 High Town Road, Luton

94 High Town Road, Luton

96 High Town Road, Luton

98 High Town Road, Luton

100 High Town Road, Luton

102 and 104 High Town Road, Luton

The Freeholder Public House, Luton

The Victoria Beerhouse, Luton

The Gardeners Call Public House, Luton - 151 High Town Road

High Wood Close

Luton in the Romano-British Period

Hillary Crescent

Luton in the Romano-British Period

Hitchin Road

Luton in the Romano-British Period

Hitchin Road Board School

The Wesleyan Methodist Chapel at Round Green

The Murder of William Bradberry by William Worsley

The abode of William Worsley

The Old English Gentleman Public House - 17 Hitchin Road

The Henry the Eighth Public House - 59 Hitchin Road

The King Henry the Eighth Public House - 59 Hitchin Road

The King's Head Public House - 59 Hitchin Road

The King Harry Public House - 59 Hitchin Road

The Jolly Topers Public House - 369 Hitchin Road

The Royal Oak Public House - 370 Hitchin Road

Holly Walk

The abode of James Day

Hoo Street

Bailey Hill Wesleyan Methodist Church, Luton

Icknield Road

Luton in the Romano-British Period

Icknield Way

Luton in the Romano-British Period

John Street

The Melson Arms Public House, Luton - 65 John Street

The British Queen Public House, Luton

Kingsland Road

Strathmore Avenue Methodist Church, Luton - on the corner with Strathmore Avenue

Langley Street

Langley Street British School

The Dog Public House - corner of Langley Street and Castle Street

The Greyhound Public House - 51 Park Street West on the corner with Langley Street

Lea Road

The Lea Bridge Public House - 108 Lea Road

Leagrave High Street

Luton in the Romano-British Period

Leagrave High Street Wesleyan Methodist Church

Lewsey Friendship House - 444 Leagrave High Street

Little Church Road

Luton in the Romano-British Period

Liverpool Street

Inventory of a house

London Road

Luton in the New Stone Age

Luton in the Bronze Age

The Trial of Thomas Crawley - the attack took place at or near the junction of London Road and Ashton Road

Long Croft Road

Luton in the New Stone Age

Market Hill

The Black Swan Public House

The King's Arms Public House

Marlin Road

Luton in the Iron Age

Luton in the Romano-British Period

Marsh Road

Luton in the Iron Age

Luton in the Romano-British Period

Marsh Road Primitive Methodist Church, Leagrave

May Street

Luton in the Romano-British Period

Midland Road

Luton Central Mission

The Trial of Thomas Crawley - he visited Ann Brooks and left via Love Lane, now Midland Road

The Railway Tavern, Luton - corner of High Town Road

1 High Town Road, Luton - corner of Midland Road

Montrose Avenue

Saint Margaret's Methodist Church, Luton - corner with Saint Margaret's Avenue

Mount Pleasant Road

Mount Pleasant Methodist Church, Leagrave

Neville Road

Limbury Wesleyan Methodist church

New Bedford Road

Luton in the Old Stone Age

Luton in the Middle Stone Age

Luton in the New Stone Age

Luton in the Bronze Age

Luton in the Romano-British Period

Crown and Anchor Brewery

The Crown and Anchor Public House - 2 New Bedford Road

New Town Street

New Town Street National School

Northdrift Way

Luton in the Romano-British Period

Farley Hill Methodist Church, Luton

North Street

North Street Wesleyan Methodist Church, Luton

The abode of James Day - 151 North Street

Norton Road

Proposed Wesleyan Methodist church

Oak Road

Leagrave National School

Dunstable Road Primitive Methodist Church, Luton

Oakdale Methodist Church, Luton

Oakley Road

Whitbread Brewery

Old Bedford Road

Old Bedford Road Board School

The abode of William Worsley

Park Street

Luton in the Romano-British Period

Burr's Brewery

The Brewery Tap Public House - 22 and 24 Park Street

The Cock Public House - 38 Park Street

Husband Beating at The Cock Public House

The Black Bull Inn - 62 Park Street

The Wheelplough Public House - 71 Park Street

The Four Horse Shoes Public House - 80 Park Street

Death at the Four Horse Shoes

The Inquest on William Littlewood Clifford

The Moulders Public House - 2 Chobham Street on the corner with Park Street

The Bat and Barrel Public House - 104 and 106 Park Street

The White Lion Public House - 104 and 106 Park Street

The Chequers Public House - 112 Park Street

The Falcon Public House - 119 Park Street

The Goat Public House - 182 Park Street

The Blacksmiths Arms - 202 Park Street

The Green Dragon Public House - 202 Park Street

The Heron Public House - 202 Park Street

Maud Gonne's Public House - 202 Park Street

The Trial of Thomas Crawley - his father-in-law lived in Pound End in the vicinity of Park Street

Park Street West

Langleys Manor

The Phoenix Brewery

The Brewery Tap Public House

11 and 13 Park Street West Luton

21 and 23 Park Street West Luton

27 and 29 Park Street West Luton

The Greyhound Public House - 51 Park Street West

Percival Way

Luton in the Romano-British Period

Queen Square (no longer extant, half way between Cumberland Street and Chobham Street)

Queen Square National School

Ramridge Road

Luton in the Old Stone Age

Ravenhill Way

Luton in the New Stone Age

Luton in the Bronze Age

Luton in the Romano-British Period

Richmond Hill

Luton in the Romano-British Period

Riddy Lane

Luton in the New Stone Age

Luton in the Bronze Age

Rosslyn Crescent

Luton in the Iron Age

Rothesay Road

Luton in the Romano-British Period

Runfold Avenue

Luton in the Romano-British Period

Runley Road

Luton in the New Stone Age

Saint Anne's Road [formerly Sunnings Lane]

Burr's Brewery

The Hearts of Oak Public House - 2 Saint Ann's Road

Saint Margaret's Avenue

Saint Margaret's Methodist Church, Luton - corner with Montrose Avenue

Saint Mary's Street

Saint Mary's architecture

Saint Mary's additions and alterations

Thieves at Saint Mary's

Saint Mary's Vicarage

Saint Saviour's Crescent

Luton in the Romano-British Period

Saint Thomas' Road

Stopsley Manor

Sarum Road

Luton in the Dark Ages

Saywell Road

Luton in the Romano-British Period

Seymour Road

Luton in the Romano-British Period

Skimpot Road

Luton in the Iron Age

Smart Street

The Lea Bridge Public House - corner of Smart Street and Lea Road

Spinney Road

Luton in the Bronze Age

Stanton Road

Luton in the Iron Age

Stockingstone Road

Luton in the New Stone Age

Luton in the Bronze Age

Luton in the Iron Age

Luton in the Romano-British Period

Strathmore Avenue

The Blacksmiths Arms Public House - 202 Park Street on the corner with Strathmore Avenue

The Green Dragon Public House - 202 Park Street on the corner with Strathmore Avenue

The Heron Public House - 202 Park Street on the corner with Strathmore Avenue

Maud Gonne's Public House - 202 Park Street on the corner with Strathmore Avenue

Strathmore Avenue Methodist Church, Luton - on the corner with Kingsland Road

Sundon Park Road

Luton in the Romano-British Period

Sunnings Lane [now Saint Anne's Lane]

Burr's Brewery

Surrey Street

Surrey Street Board School

Taylor Street

The abode of James Day - 4 Taylor Street

The Tiger Beerhouse - 6 Taylor Street

The Dell

Luton in the New Stone Age

Luton in the Bronze Age

Toddington Road

Luton in the New Stone Age

Luton in the Bronze Age

Luton in the Romano-British Period

Trinity Road

Luton in the Romano-British Period

Trowbridge Gardens

Luton in the Romano-British Period

Truro Gardens

Luton in the New Stone Age

Luton in the Bronze Age

Turners Road

Luton in the Old Stone Age

Luton in the Romano-British Period

The Wesleyan Methodist Chapel at Round Green

Union Street

Langleys Manor

Vicarage Street

Luton in the Romano-British Period

The Hearts of Oak Public House - corner of Vicarage Street and Saint Ann's Road

Walcot Avenue

Luton in the Romano-British Period

Waller Street

Luton in the Romano-British Period

Waller Street Board School

The George Tap Public House

The Panama Lounge - 34 Waller Street

Waller Street Wesleyan Methodist Church - corner of Barbers Lane

Wardown Crescent

Luton in the Romano-British Period

Waters Lane

Luton in the Dark Ages

Wauluds Bank Drive

Waulud's Bank

Welbeck Street

The Yorkshire Grey Public House, Luton - 8-10 Welbeck Street

80 High Town Road, Luton - corner of Welbeck Street

82 High Town Road, Luton - corner of Welbeck Street

Wenlock Street

The Creation of Saint Matthew's High Town

Alterations and Repairs to Saint Matthew's High Town

Saint Matthew's Vicarage 85 Wenlock Street

Saint Matthew's School, High Town

Westerdale

Luton in the Romano-British Period

Whipperley Ring

Luton in the Romano-British Period

Whitehill Avenue

Luton in the New Stone Age

Luton in the Bronze Age

Wigmore Lane

Luton in the New Stone Age

Luton in the Bronze Age

Willow Way

Luton in the Iron Age

Luton in the Romano-British Period

Wingate Road

Luton in the Romano-British Period

Wood Street

The Goat Public House - 182 Park Street on the corner with Wood Street

The Cardinal Public House - 6 Brache Street on the corner with Wood Street

Woodcroft Road

Luton in the Romano-British Period

York Street

The Henry the Eighth Public House - corner of York Street and Hitchin Road

The King Henry the Eighth Public House - corner of York Street and Hitchin Road

The King's Head Public House - corner of York Street and Hitchin Road

The King Harry Public House - corner of York Street and Hitchin Road

The Victoria Beerhouse - corner of York Street and High Town Road

The Freeholder Public House - 45 York Street