Reference numberWH3/2231
TitleHuntingdon Regatta.
DescriptionA marvellous view of Huntingdon Regatta, taken from Castle Hills looking towards Godmanchester. Crowds line both sides of the river and the bridge, while the Huntingdon Rowing Club boathouse can be seen. Today there is an empty space on the river bank where it once stood, while the red-brick building beside it is slowly falling into disrepair. Brown & Goodman's steam flour mill can be seen in the distance, while the steam-powered mill built by the Veasey family to produce oil and cattle cake,which later became a hosiery mill, and is now residential flats, can be seen by the bridge

CreatorNameThe Whitney Collection
RepositoryHuntingdonshire Archives
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