Buildings and Places

Here you will find memories of places, parks, businesses, places of worship, and organisations currently based in Barton and Tredworth, as well as information about its historic buildings, some of which are no longer exist.

Page link: 178 Barton Street
178 Barton Street
A photograph of what is now Custom Frames
Page link: A Barton Street Tailors' shop
A Barton Street Tailors' shop
A handsome makeover for Messrs Coatman & Sons shop
Page link: A Short History of Barton and Tredworth
A Short History of Barton and Tredworth
Notes compiled by Anna Morris in preparation for the 2011 Heritage Open Day
Page link: A Walking Tour of Barton Street
A Walking Tour of Barton Street
Find out about the Street's notable buildings using notes compiled by Anna Morris
Page link: A Walking Tour of Tredworth
A Walking Tour of Tredworth
Find out about Tredworth's notable buildings using notes compiled by Anna Morris
Page link: Angela Hayward and Barbara Thomas
Angela Hayward and Barbara Thomas
Memories of the Streets and Buildings of Barton
Page link: Archive Images of St James' Church
Archive Images of St James' Church
A collection of images reproduced from the holdings of Gloucestershire Archives
Page link: Archive images of St James' School
Archive images of St James' School
Two images reproduced from the holdings of Gloucestershire Archives
Page link: Barton and Tredworth current and former Pubs Photo Gallery
Barton and Tredworth current and former Pubs Photo Gallery
These photos were taken on 27 July 2011 by Dave Bailes
Page link: Barton Street Photo Gallery
Barton Street Photo Gallery
These photos were taken on 27 July 2011 by Dave Bailes
Page link: Barton Street Working Men's Club
Barton Street Working Men's Club
A brief history of the Club, formerly the Gloucester Labour Club and Institute
Page link: Bethel United church
Bethel United church
High street
Page link: Charlotte Lewis
Charlotte Lewis
The conservation of Barton and Tredworth's important buildings
Page link: Do You Live in Carmarthen Street?
Do You Live in Carmarthen Street?
A distance learning course indicates what you can learn about the history of the Street using resources available at Gloucestershire Archives
Page link: Donald McCalla
Donald McCalla
The Melbourne Street church turning local lives around
Page link: F.Whiley's Cycle Shop
F.Whiley's Cycle Shop
217 Barton Street
Page link: Further Photographs of Tredworth
Further Photographs of Tredworth
Taken by Dave Bailes on 8 November 2012
Page link: Gail Johnson: Chair of the St Ann Society
Gail Johnson: Chair of the St Ann Society
Based in All Nations Community Centre in Gloucester
Page link: Gloucester's Public Baths
Gloucester's Public Baths
An exterior image of the Baths in Barton Street
Page link: Henry Poole, fishmonger
Henry Poole, fishmonger
Answering a query about Mr Poole
Page link: Images of
Images of "old" Barton Street
Drawings from c.1835 held at Gloucestershire Archives
Page link: Margaret Prentice, Vivian Newland, & Tony Ward
Margaret Prentice, Vivian Newland, & Tony Ward
Memories of the shops in Tredworth in times gone by
Page link: Memories of St James' Church and Vicarage in the 1960s
Memories of St James' Church and Vicarage in the 1960s
A Digital Story by Margie Williams
Page link: Photographs of Barton Street
Photographs of Barton Street
Taken by Ollie Taylor in 2011
Page link: Photographs of St James' Park
Photographs of St James' Park
Taken by Dave Bailes on 8 November 2012
Page link: Photographs of the City Farm
Photographs of the City Farm
These photos were taken on 27 July 2011 by Dave Bailes
Page link: Photographs of the southern side of Barton Street
Photographs of the southern side of Barton Street
Photographs from 1907 held at Gloucestershire Archives
Page link: The aftermath of a fire
The aftermath of a fire
A photograph showing the remains of the premises of E Pitt, Son & Co.
Page link: The Anglo-Asian Cultural Centre
The Anglo-Asian Cultural Centre
Promoting Chinese language and culture
Page link: The Great Western Pub
The Great Western Pub
Lynn Mann reflects on running a unique Barton and Tredworth pub
Page link: The India House, 1897
The India House, 1897
A photograph held at Gloucestershire Archives
Page link: The Opening of the Derby Road Council Schools
The Opening of the Derby Road Council Schools
Images from the Archives recall the opening of the Schools
Page link: The Trevor Arms
The Trevor Arms
John Thornell remembers the close relationship between The Trevor Arms and Sparkes' Bakery
Page link: Tovey's Drug Store
Tovey's Drug Store
216 Barton Street
Page link: Tredworth High Street 1965
Tredworth High Street 1965
The Saxon's Click-Ete-Clack music video recorded in Tredworth High Street, 1965
Page link: Tredworth High Street Photo Gallery
Tredworth High Street Photo Gallery
These photos were taken on 27 July 2011 by Dave Bailes
Page link: Tredworth Photo Gallery Part 2
Tredworth Photo Gallery Part 2
These photos were taken on 27 July 2011 by Dave Bailes
Category link: Charter Court
Charter Court
Memories of residents
Category link: Sparkes' Bakery
Sparkes' Bakery
The Ryecroft Street bakery renowned throughout Gloucester
Category link: The Church of the Good Shepherd, Derby Road
The Church of the Good Shepherd, Derby Road
Its nineteenth century history and present day use by Ukrainian Catholics
Category link: The Picturedrome Theatre
The Picturedrome Theatre
Formally The New Olympus
Category link: Widden School
Widden School
Sinope Street