Burnham-on- Crouch Photographs. Book One
Contents
1 St. Mary's Church
2 St. Mary's Church with sheep grazing
3 St. Mary's Church and graveyard
4 St. Mary's Church and graveyard
5 St. Mary's Church and graveyard
6 St. Mary's Church - interior
7 Baptist Church, Station Road
8 Baptist Church - interior
9 Church Road
10 Corner of Church Road & Maldon Road
11 Corner of Church Road & Maldon Road
12 St. Mary's School, High Street, before Clock Tower
13 Sea Wall, looking east
14 Creeksea Church
15 Junction of Maldon Road & Green Lane showing the George and Dragon
16 Westview Terrace, Station Road
17 Corner of Station Road & Devonshire Road showing the Railway Inn
18 Station Road
19 Essex Road
20 Queen's Road 
21 Station Road
22 Prospect Place
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24 Thatched Cottage
25 High Street
26 High Street
27 High Street
28 High Street
29 The Quay, leading to the White Harte Hotel
30 Repairs to the Clock Tower, High Street
31 The Quay 
32 The Parade
33 The Sandpits (off Devonshire Road)
34 Aerial view of the town and the river
35 Yacht racing on the Crouch
36 The Sea Wall and Parade
37 The Quay
38 Coastguard Station & Eastern Yacht Club
39 Parade and River
40 River and Pier
41 River Crouch
42 Boats at the Quay
43 Boats at the Quay
44 Boats at the Quay
45 Yacht Club
46 Views of the Crouch from Wallasea
47 Views of the Crouch from Wallasea
48 Sailing on the River
49 Sailing on the River
50 Sailing on the River
51 Sailing on the River
52 The Parade
53 Royal Corinthian Yacht Club
54 Burnham Yacht Club
55 Views from the River Crouch
56 Views from the River Crouch
57 Views from the River Crouch
58 The Beach (later known as "New Beach")
59 The Beach (later known as "New Beach")
60 Sea Wall and "New Beach"
61 The Quay and Sea Wall
62 Boat Building at Prior's
63 The Kangaroo off the Sea Wall
64 Ferry Boat Inn, Creeksea
65 Ferry Boat Inn, Creeksea
66 Getting ready to cross the river by Creeksea Ferry
67 Creeksea Cottage
68 Creeksea, from the Ferry, Creeksea Beach
69 Creeksea, from the Ferry, Creeksea Beach
70 Views from Creeksea Cottage
71 Creeksea Cottage
72 Creeksea Ferry
73 Service at Burnham War Memorial
74 Service at Burnham War Memorial
75 "The Belvedere" in 1853
76 "Valentine" at Burnham
77 "Valentine" at Burnham
78 Cross-country Race starting at the Clock Tower
79 Mafeking Parade at the Railway Station
80 Decorated Trolley
81 The Procession
82 The Procession
83 The Sunday School Procession
84 The Sunday School Procession
85 Celebrating the Coronation of King Geroge V, 1910
86 Outside the RCYC in 1899
87 Mildmay Ironworks Band in 1920
88 Burnham Council School 
89 Burnham Council School from the sandpits 1898
90 Burnham Council School and the Allotment Cardens
The photographs below came from the Bull family. Robert Taylor Bull was the owner of Bull's "China and Fancy Goods". The shop was still trading as "Bull's" and as a China and Toy Shop until the mid 1960s.
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92 Bull's Shop, High Street in 1910
93 See 91 for list of people in this photograph
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103 Baptist Christian Endeavour Outing 1911
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106 Mr. Bull and Staff outside the shop
107 Bull's Shop, High Street 
108 Bull's Shop, High Street 
109 The Bull Family
110 The Bull Family
111 The Quay and Town Steps
112 Children at the "Pound" Beach and Quay
113 Houses at the bottom of the High Street
114 Warner's Hall and the bottom of the High Street
115 Demolition of Rhubarb Row - post 1930
116 No. 1 The Quay
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118 Church Parade - The Essex Regiment 1914
119 Procession in the High Street
120 Burnham and District Motor Services
121 Visit by the Sultan of Zanzibar - at the RBYC
122 The Town Mill 1903
123 The Town Mill and plan
124 The Town Mill in a later state of delapidation
124a The Town Mill in a later state of delapidation
125 Fire in the High Street outside the Star Inn
126 The last steam train on the line (September 1956)
127 Workers outside Nethercoat's Factory, East Works
128 Nethercoat's -  West Works - Machine Shop
129 Nethercoat's -  East Works - Machine Shop 1.
130 Nethercoat's -  East Works - Machine Shop 2.
131 Nethercoat's -  West Works - Cutting Shop
132 Nethercoat's -  West Works - Cutting Dept.
133 Nethercoat's -  West Works - Tent Dept.
134 Nethercoat's -  East Works - Splicing Dept.
135 Nethercoat's -  East Works - Inspection
136 Nethercoat's -  East Works - No. 2 Stores
137 Nethercoat's -  East Works - Outworkers
138 Nethercoat's -  East Works - Engine Room
139 Mildway Ironworks (Booth and Brookes) Yard
140 Mildway Ironworks (Booth and Brookes) Casting Shed
141 Tig' Short with the largest and smallest piano frames
142 The smallest frame made - for the Queen's Dolls House
143 George Harvey and Shot Blaster
144 Pouring into moulds
145 Believed to be the only natural harp in the world
146 Proposed stand for the British Empire Exhibition
147 Work at the Mildmay Ironworks Foundry
148 Work at the Mildmay Ironworks Foundry
149 Work at the Mildmay Ironworks Foundry
150 Work at the Mildmay Ironworks Foundry
151 Hand Morticing Machine at the Foundry
152 Shipwrights' Tools
153 Booth and Brookes- Lorries and vans
154 Booth and Brookes- Lorries and vans
155 Boat Building at Stebbing's Yard, Chapel Road
156 Boat Building at Stebbing's Yard, Chapel Road
157 Boat Building at Stebbing's Yard, Chapel Road
158 Boat Building at Stebbing's Yard, Chapel Road
159 Boat Building at Stebbing's Yard, Chapel Road
160 Boat Building at Stebbing's Yard, Chapel Road
161 Boat Building at Stebbing's Yard, Chapel Road
162 Boat Building at Stebbing's Yard, Chapel Road
163 Boat Building at Stebbing's Yard, Chapel Road
164 Boat Building at Stebbing's Yard, Chapel Road
165 Memorial Tablet from St. Mary's Church
166 Fireplace from Cupola House
167 Adam Fireplace from the Men's Institute, High Street
168 Silver Cups gifted to the Baptist Church
169 Communion Plates and Flagon of the Baptist Church
170 The Old Windmill - demolished c.1910
171 The last steam train out of Burnham  (September 1956)
172 Junction of Church Road and Maldon Road
173 Junction of Church Road and Maldon Road
174 Station Road showing King and Hines' Shop
175 High Street
176 Chapel Road
177 Lucking Smith's Grocery Stores, No. 5 High Street - now a Charity Shop