Malvern Link, at the junction with Lower Howsell Road. The shop on the left has only recently closed down. Pre WW1
The first thing one notices is how quiet this scene is and how many more trees there are at this time. To the left are the Beauchamp Cottages.
A scene of commercial activity. On the left is theColston buildings, and to the right the building that today houses the Post Office. This is the centre of the Link.
Looking up the line towards Worcester.
The bridge is all that remains of Malvern's first railway station, built in the 1860s.
From the South.
This building, later a school was situated to the left of the station as one looks from the picture of the station. All that remains today of this fine building is the gates to the path that today lead to Somers Road.
From the Common .
This building, demolished in October 2003 housed the Morgan Motor Works, and later became Brooklyn Garages.
On Church Road.
An unknown carnival taking place in Malvern Link, probably before the First World War.
On Worcester Road.
Showing the Common in the background.
Looking from the west.
Looking towards Pickersleigh Road.
This view hasn't changed an awful lot.