The Archive is particularly rich in rurally based material. Subject matter also includes
local events such as the famous Maldon Mud Race and the Carnival, places such as Beeleigh, Heybridge and Heybridge Basin, ex-local business like John Sadd & Sons and E H Bentall & Co, subjects of general interest: Maldon’s Pubs and Inns, both of Maldon’s Railways, Maldon’s Military, Thames Barges and Maldon’s Churches, local villages: Althorne, Bradwell on Sea, Burnham on Crouch, Creeksea, North Fambridge, South Fambridge, Hazeleigh, Mundon, Purleigh, Latchingdon, Mayland, Maylandsea and Southminster just to name a few.
Plus commercial and domestic buildings, leisure activities, costume, agriculture, transport, fishing and water craft.
The only Maldon online resource of images of this quality.
The Archives holds an extra ordinary range of photographs of Maldon and the surrounding area. If you are interested in Maldon and the local area, this is the place to explore! This website offers you access to the amazing wealth of photography. The Archive is constantly being updated and the task of adding images to the archive is ongoing.
We are keen to keep this collection live, so please use the online contact facility with the heading Maldon Photography to provide further information that you feel will add to the archive. Also please let us know if you have images you think we would like to add to the collection.
Maldon photography .
The Maldon Archive is built around a large collection of historical photographs and postcards of and around Maldon and the surrounding district including the Dengie Peninsula. The Maldon Archive, contains over 101,200 plus images - mainly black and white plates, negatives, colour and black & white slides along with a substantial collection of colour and black & white prints, postcards and Maldon photography generally, together an extensive collection of recordings of oral history and life stories from local residents past and present.
The Maldon Archive provides a unique photographic record of Maldon and the surrounding area, its people, streets and buildings from a period
dating back as far as 1852 and provides a visual record of the development of Maldon and District over the last 163 years. Our full collection of images will be available online over time. It will also contain a growing selection of images of artefacts and documents.
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