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Rupert Brooke

Take a look at old photographs of Rugby.

8–10 Castle Street, Rugby, Warwickshire, CV21 2TP
At the end of Regent Street, there is a bronze statue of Rupert Brooke, a poet of World War I. Brooke was born in 1887 at the corner of Hillmorton Road and Church Walk. He then attended Rugby School and wrote some of his best-known poetry in the town.

An old photograph of Market Place, Rugby.

An old photograph of houses on North Street, Rugby.

An old photograph of Church Street, Rugby.

An old photograph of Rugby Station, southern platform.

An old photograph of Rugby.

External photograph of the building – main entrance.

Extract from Wetherspoon News Autumn 2018.

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