Quorn Halls, Houses and Streets
Quorn had and still has plenty of historic
buildings. Many of these are hunt related and served as permanent
residences or hunting boxes for the aristocracy. In this section you
will find references to important houses such as Quorn House and Quorn
Hall. We also include the more humble cottages, houses and street scenes. There are also articles and photographs of demolished buildings
such as the Hall on the Green.
Total: 288 artefacts returned over 29 pages
| Quorn Home Guard, Loughborough Road, 1942|
The older photograph was taken in October 1942. The three men belong to Quorn Home Guard ...... cont.
| Raven Cottage, 31 Meeting Street, Quorn – House deeds/timeline|
Property deeds are a valuable source of local history information, but since land ...... cont.
| Elms Drive gates|
Elms Drive was built in the late 1920s/early 1930s, and until about 1957 it had large ...... cont.
| Leicester Road, Quorn, demolished properties|
It is thought that this photograph was taken in 1972, shortly before these properties ...... cont.
| George Harry Gartshore on Gambles premises, Meeting Street, early 1940s|
George Harry Gartshore was a grandson of the famous George Gartshore who was a farrier to ...... cont.
| Quorn Cottage or 1 Woodhouse Road, Quorn|
1 Woodhouse Road, which is on the corner of Woodhouse Road and Loughborough Road, used to ...... cont.
| Warwick Avenue, Quorn|
Warwick Avenue came into being in 1934, when Gambles, the builders, were building the ...... cont.
| Cottages next to the White Hart, Quorn|
These cottages used to stand next to the White Hart pub on High Street, where the ...... cont.
| New houses in Quorn, 1960/61|
This advert for brand new Wimpey houses in Quorn appeared in the Leicester Graphic in ...... cont.
| Quorn lads, Quorn Cross 1912|
This postcard was sent in 1912 by 14 year old Richard Rudston Langrish, to his mother, ...... cont.