The most prominent figure in the mural to the right must be an individual and it's been suggested that this could be Charles Keyser's father. A very similar figure has been spotted in the photo of the Waterworks, standing next to Charles. Speculation of course but the possibility is intriguing!
Catalogue record: AH.0412
Landscaped entrance sign at Calleva Park, which provides offices and business spaces, developed by Country Estates Ltd.
Catalogue record: AH.0047
The notice that cancelled Aldermaston Fair after several centuries
Catalogue record: AH.0031
Charles Edward Keyser in 1922
Catalogue record: AH.0181
Church inside before April 1896-eastwards. Note the heating stove (called a tortoise stove by Charles Keyser in 1893) - and the plastered ceiling.
Catalogue record: AH.0131
A charming and atmospheric model of the church. The model is clearly not recent but an approximate date may be estimated by studying the details of windows and doors.
Catalogue record: AH.0133
Photo taken before April 1896, westwards. Note the plastered ceiling, now boarded.
Catalogue record: AH.0132
Looking west along Church Road, showing the collapsed wall, on Friday 7th July the day after the flood.
Catalogue record: AH.0071
Looking south from Church Road into Aldermaston Court grounds through the gap in the wall.
Catalogue record: AH.0072
Detail from the window commemorating Mr Higford Burr.
Catalogue record: AH.0156
Stone plaque showing date of original construction 1706 and date of restoration 1906 of this pair of almshouses.
Catalogue record: AH.0042
Stone plaque showing date of original construction 1706 and date of restoration 1924 of this pair of almshouses.
Catalogue record: AH.0043
David Luker posing with two freshly split willow clefts, as part of the production of cricket bats for Stuart Surridge
Catalogue record: AH.0122
Detail of the Eagle Gates, which are between the two lodges south of The Loosey, in the Street, Aldermaston. The bird is actually not an eagle but a falcon- the motif of the Congreve family. Gates and piers: early C18. 2 rusticated brick piers with stone plinths and copings with ball finials. 2 exuberant wrought iron ...
Catalogue record: AH.0050
The outlet from the culvert running in front of the Hinds Head shows it part-filled with sediment.
Catalogue record: AH.0291
The Street looking North- dried out
Catalogue record: AH.0292
The same view flooded
Catalogue record: AH.0293
Cars driving through the water caused further damage
Catalogue record: AH.0294
Another view of The Street as it normally is.
Catalogue record: AH.0295
The same view as above on Flood Day
Catalogue record: AH.0296
The Hinds Head in normal weather
Catalogue record: AH.0297
The Hinds Head on the Day of the Flood
Catalogue record: AH.0298
Aldermaston Stores after the flood- still clearing up.
Catalogue record: AH.0299
Flood water coursing down Fisherman's Lane
Catalogue record: AH.0300