Themed pages on the Ipswich Historic Lettering website
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We have a range of pages drawing together Ipswich themes which have arisen during the compilation of the site. All are directly or indirectly related to lettering.

Brickyards Public clocks Street index Timelines
Potteries/Ipswich ware Rainhoppers and weather vanes Street name derivations Invasions of Ipswich timeline
Ropewalks Street furniture Streets named after slavery abolitionists Grand Ipswich timeline
Shipyards Street nameplates Named buildings list Christchurch timeline
Pubs and off-licences Blue (and other) plaques Dated buildings list Historic maps
Tramways Milestones Ipswich & Suffolk Freehold Land Society Wet Dock maps
Workhouses Death of a K6 'phone box FLS garden farms These we have lost
Monasteries Ipswich coat of arms California Estate Lost Ipswich trade signs
Gracechurch/Lady Lane All lettered castings Rosehill case study Lost trade signs collage
Railway bridge numbering
Cast iron railings and gates Courts and yards Carrier bag advertising
Railways: Eastern Union Railway
Harold Withers' in Carr Street 1896-
Water in Ipswich
Railways: Dales brickyard light railway Ipswich Museum lettered exhibits Guide to Ipswich, 1906 (40 small pages) Wolsey's College
Railways: Felixstowe branch line Wiggin & Son, Chemists 1840-1999
Ipswich in 1912: Sanatorium souvenir Christ's Hospital School
Railways: Aldeburgh branch line
Ipswich tomorrow and the 1960s ring-road Withypoll memorial stone

All of these links are found in the galleries listed on the Homepage: Introduction, Boundary markers, The Wet Dock, Trade signs, Architectural features, Churches.
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