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: 319 artefacts returned over 13 pages
| Quorn Lodge Farm, 1952|
The author of the following piece which appeared in the press in 1952, is describing a ...... cont.
| Tragedy at a Quorn bus stop, 1966|
Dennis Marchant, with the help of the Loughborough Echo and the Quorn Parish Council ...... cont.
| High Street, Quorn, 1920s|
Looking down High Street towards Quorn Cross in the 1920s.
The area on the left was ...... cont.
| Quorn Hall Lodge, off Meynell Road, early 1900s|
There are two former lodges to Quorn Hall and this one is situated off Meynell Road. ...... cont.
| The History of 94 Meeting Street, Quorn|
The story of a house in Quorn over 200 years. Sue Griffiths tells us about how her house, ...... cont.
| Sale of the contents of Quorn Court, 1926|
For most of the nineteen century and into the twentieth century, Quorn Court on High ...... cont.
| Quorn Primitive Methodist Chapel, Meeting Street Then and now|
Nationally the Primitive Methodists broke away from the Wesleyan Methodists in about ...... cont.
| High Street, Quorn in 1952|
This sketch appeared in the Loughborough Echo in 1952 and shows cottages which stood next ...... cont.
| 23 Chaveney Road, Quorn The history of a house|
This article entitled The House Detective! was written by Sue Templeman and appeared in ...... cont.
| Westfield Farm, Woodhouse Road Then and now|
A view looking up Woodhouse Road towards the Farley Way crossroads.
The older ...... cont.
| Soar Road, Quorn, about 1910|
A postcard of Soar Road showing children playing in and around the River Soar in about ...... cont.
| 22 High Street, Quorn - discovery behind a wall!|
In September 2021, local optometrist Mohammed Bhojani was having some alterations ...... cont.
| Quorn property sales, 1934|
Leicester Evening Mail Thursday 5th July 1934
QUORN PROPERTY UNDER THE HAMMER
Quorn ...... cont.
| A fete in Quorn, probably 1940s|
Quorn has always liked a good fete or celebration and it is thought that this one may ...... cont.
| Hilda and Mary Harper, Leicester Road, 27th May 1941|
Looking down Leicester Road from outside no 14, which is roughly where the entrance to ...... cont.
| Nut Row, Quorn|
This is a rare photograph of Nut Row in Quorn, which was a row of cottages off Station ...... cont.
| Quorn Hall Lodge, Barrow Road, early 1900s|
There are two former lodges to Quorn Hall and this one is situated on Barrow Road, on the ...... cont.
| William Rodger Johnstone 1902-1990, 15 Chaveney Road|
William Johnstone, his wife Mary Ellen and their children lived in Quorn for a short time ...... cont.
| Joyce Chamberlain, Alma Terrace, 1940s|
This photograph was taken on Alma Terrace off Meeting Street. Alma Terrace was a row of ...... cont.
| Lily and Pauline Hudson, 72 Leicester Road, 1937|
Frank Hudson, born in 1911, was brought up at Meadow View in Quorn, now 83 Barrow Road. ...... cont.
| Quorn Milestone|
On the Leicester Road between the pavement and the fence stands a little-known link with ...... cont.
| Student life at Soar House, Quorn, in the 1960s|
Paul Dilks was a student at Loughborough College of Education from 1966 to 1969 and his ...... cont.
| Quorn House, 1886|
Quorn House on Meeting Street was originally known as the Over Hall and was the seat of ...... cont.
| Quorn Hall, 1905|
The original Quorn Hall, known as the Nether Hall, was built on the north-east side of ...... cont.
| Thompson and Gamble, builders of the Cradock Drive housing development|
Who were Thompson and Gamble?
Thompson and Gamble were a well-known ...... cont.