Places

Page link: 'Snatchup Alley' or 'Stonecross'
'Snatchup Alley' or 'Stonecross'
The northernmost tip of the ancient Borough of St Albans
Page link: A 17th Century Butcher's Shop
A 17th Century Butcher's Shop
30-32 Market Place
Page link: A 19th century bottleneck
A 19th century bottleneck
problems in Chequer Street
Page link: A Confusion of Red Lions
A Confusion of Red Lions
Some thoughts about the Lower Red Lion in Fishpool Street
Page link: Aboyne Lodge
Aboyne Lodge
Only the name survives
Page link: Adelaide Street
Adelaide Street
Rise & Fall
Page link: Batchwood Hall
Batchwood Hall
A home with a view
Page link: Childwickbury
Childwickbury
A brief history
Page link: Clarkes Almshouses
Clarkes Almshouses
Town Centre housing for the needy
Page link: From Schoolhouse to Warehouse
From Schoolhouse to Warehouse
The St Albans British School
Page link: Hall Place
Hall Place
Another vanished house
Page link: Ivy House,
Ivy House,
107 St Peter's St
Page link: Last Orders at the Clock Tower
Last Orders at the Clock Tower
A beerhouse in the 19th century
Page link: SAHAAS Buys the Earliest Known Photograph of St Albans
SAHAAS Buys the Earliest Known Photograph of St Albans
The Clock Tower and Market Place c.1855
Page link: Sopwell House - from Tudor Shed to Luxury Hotel
Sopwell House - from Tudor Shed to Luxury Hotel
The house formerly known as New Barnes
Page link: Sopwell Memories
Sopwell Memories
MOSTA Exhibition by Sopwell Residents Association
Page link: St Peter's in the Borough
St Peter's in the Borough
A lecture given by Kate Morris on 26 November 2010
Page link: St Peter's School
St Peter's School
Education for the labouring poor in St Albans
Page link: The Abbey of St. Albans
The Abbey of St. Albans
A fall of masonry
Page link: The Duchess of Marlborough & her Almshouses
The Duchess of Marlborough & her Almshouses
An 18th century St Albans building
Page link: The Enigmatic History of the Fighting Cocks
The Enigmatic History of the Fighting Cocks
The oldest pub in Britain?
Page link: The Moot Hall
The Moot Hall
Mistaken identity
Page link: The Raynshawe Almshouses, Spicer Street
The Raynshawe Almshouses, Spicer Street
A 'home for honest poor persons'
Page link: The Revd Fowler's Plan of the Monastery Boundary
The Revd Fowler's Plan of the Monastery Boundary
Based on his excavations around the Abbey, 1875-76
Page link: The Saracen's Head & The Bull
The Saracen's Head & The Bull
Two 'Lost Inns' of St Albans
Page link: The White House
The White House
St Peter's Street, St Albans
Page link: The Woollam Family and their Silk Mills
The Woollam Family and their Silk Mills
Business and philanthropy in 19th century St Albans
Page link: Three Former Small Almshouses
Three Former Small Almshouses
Buildings on the margins of society
Page link: Verulamium on Google Maps
Verulamium on Google Maps
The Roman sites on a modern map
Category link: Archaeology at Westminster Lodge
Archaeology at Westminster Lodge
Evaluation by Wessex Archaeology