Police Stations F

Thanks to Sarah Hands

Fairford Police Station. (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 9788)
Fairford 1861 - 1980s (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 10877-65)
Fairford Police Station (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 2283)
Photograph from Dave Blakeman
Fairford 1980s - 2011 (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 10877-66)
Falfield 1896-1937 (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 10879-40)
Falfield 1896 -1937 (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 10877-67)
Falfield 1937-1974 when it was transferred to Avon and Somerset. It was built in the typical police pattern of a house with an office to the side which the new owners have replaced with a conservatory. (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 10990)
Falfield 1937 - 1970s (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 10877-68)
Filton 1899 - 1950s (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 10877-69)
Filton 1950s - 2012 (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 10879-42)
Filton 1950s - 2012 (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 10877-70)
Frampton on Severn 1957-1993 (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 10879-43)
Frampton on Severn 1957-1993 (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 10877-71)
Frenchay First half 20th century (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 10879-44)
Frenchay 1940 (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 10877-72)

Images mainly from Google and Know Your Place

This page was added on 17/01/2022.

Comments about this page

  • Filton Police Station when built had accommodation for both married and single officers. The office on the left was originally the Inspectors office when Filton became Filton and Thornbury, the Chief inspectors office was on the right hand side top floor.
    There used to be regular whist drives on Friday nights and children’s Christmas Parties. To the right of the station were two houses.At one stage John Quigley lived in one and next door was Chief inspector Philip Bridgman. The houses were later converted to the Police Station. Behind in Elm Park were Police Houses. The station has now been converted to new housing ,but looks terrible,just one last point the station was built in 1955,it cost £20.000 and had air conditioning in the cell sand interior sprung mattresses.

    By Geoff+Bridgman (09/08/2022)

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