Local historical photography for Coventry and Warwickshire
I enjoy taking photographs of historical places of interest in Coventry and Warwickshire. Here you will find some examples of my historical photographs. Occasionally I have been asked to take specific photos of places in historic Coventry and Warwickshire. I am happy to offer this service, please contact me if you wish to commission some photographs.
Lady Godiva, Coventry's most famous historic character
22 Bayley Lane, Coventry, estimated at being 500 years old
St. John's Church, founded in 1344 by Queen Isabella
View of Holy Trinity Spire through the ruins of Coventry Cathedral
Cook Street Gatehouse where horse-drawn coaches would enter old Coventry through the City Wall.
Remains of Guys Cliffe House, located in Warwickshire. This picture was taken after the fire of 1992.
Old Blue Coat School, located on the ruins of Coventry's first cathedral
13th Century Cheylesmore Manor Gatehouse, now serving as Coventry's registry office
Please note, the quality of images on this page has been significantly reduced for the web. My original photographs are of a much higher standard.
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