Gives a good idea of the centre of Malvern. ca. 1930
Showing Church Street.
Again, this is a recognisable scene. Note the local shop on the far left.
Apart from larger trees this view remains unchanged.
Showing the Royal Library (now Barclays Bank) and the Cafe Royal (now HSBC) and Holly Mount URC in the background.
Looking north, towards Malvern Link.
Due to its architectural merit, GWR's station at Great Malvern remains today. It was built to designs approved by Malvern's lady of manor, Lady Foley.
One of Malvern's many springs, probably one of the most famous. Note the donkeys in the foreground, a popular and less strenuous way of getting around the Hills at this time.
'Malvern water, says Dr John Wall, is famous for containing nothing at all.' This spring has recently been restored and is well worth a visit.
One of the many hotels that were built to cater for the Water Cure in the mid 19th Century. This was Dr Gully's establishment, and the 'Bridge of Sighs' linked the men's and women's parts of the establishment.