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St Albans Abbey, Humphrey Duke of Gloucester Monument, from the South aisle

Identifier: DE/Bg/3/118 · Date: 1832 · Author: Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies

Pen and wash: Study of St Albans Abbey interior

Identifier: DE/X1039/1/58b · Date: nd [late 18th - early 19th century] · Author: Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies

Page 57. Includes Duke Humphrey's Monument

Photograph: view of new Red Lion Public House

Identifier: DE/X1025/2/68/4 · Date: nd [late 19th - early 20th century] · Author: Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies

Monochrome image. Caption reads, 'The new "Red Lion" Hotel, Radlett'. Slide mount annotated Aldenham - Radlett

Postcard: Lucas’ farmhouse, Red Coats Green

Identifier: DE/X1025/2/35/1 · Date: nd [early 20th century] · Author: Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies

Monochrome image. Annotation on slide mount records 'Wymondley, Redcoats Green, James Lucas' home'. [Title on postcard states Red Coats Green, Stevenage, but it falls under the parish of Great Wymo...

Photograph: view of Watling Street

Identifier: DE/X1025/2/68/9 · Date: nd [late 19th - early 20th century] · Author: Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies

Colour tinted image. Slide mount annotated Aldenham - Radlett. Red Lion Public House in distance

Photograph: view of Cappel Lane

Identifier: DE/X1025/1/102/3 · Date: nd [c1930s] · Author: Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies

Shows the Clock House, The Red Lion and [bridge]. Slide mount records 'Stanstead Abbotts. H Rose'

Postcard: view of High Street

Identifier: DE/X1025/2/69/15 · Date: nd [1915 - 1925] · Author: Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies

Monochrome image. Features The Prince's Head Public House on the right hand side and The Red Lion on the left in the distance. Skillman's Series postcard

Postcard: view of the village

Identifier: DE/X1025/2/23/1 · Date: 1909 · Author: Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies

Monochrome image. Postmark dated 1909. Published by S Giles. Shows the sign of the Red Lion public house

Photograph: Hoddesdon cinema

Identifier: DE/X1025/2/43/25 · Date: nd [1924] · Author: Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies

Monochrome image. Shows soldiers with a machine gun on the pavement outside. [The Territorials were holding a recruitment drive]. ['Hot Water' and 'The Red Lily' were released in 1924]

Postcard: view of Elstree High Street

Identifier: DE/X1025/2/29/45 · Date: nd [c1890] · Author: Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies

Monochrome image. Shows the Red Lion, crossroads sign and the church steeple in the background. Chester Vaughan series postcard