EAW044010 ENGLAND (1952). The Grand Hotel, Cromer, 1952. This image was marked by Aerofilms Ltd for photo editing.

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Delweddau cyfagos (22)

EAW044010
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EAW038297
  45° 1m
EAW038298
  315° 4m
EAW044012
  281° 10m
EPW039244
  39° 34m
EAW044016
  1° 44m
EAW051644
  90° 49m
EAW038302
  352° 52m
EAW038300
  22° 54m
EAW044014
  31° 55m
EAW038299
  18° 67m
EAW044013
  348° 77m
EAW038303
  283° 78m
EAW044011
  340° 78m
EAW044015
  332° 89m
EAW038301
  34° 132m
EAW051645
  25° 135m
EPW001813
  345° 154m
EPW001817
  85° 196m
EPW001814
  222° 212m
EPW021229
  289° 249m
EAW051648
  134° 265m

Manylion

Pennawd [EAW044010] The Grand Hotel, Cromer, 1952. This image was marked by Aerofilms Ltd for photo editing.
Cyfeirnod EAW044010
Dyddiad 12-June-1952
Dolen
Enw lle CROMER
Plwyf CROMER
Ardal
Gwlad ENGLAND
Dwyreiniad / Gogleddiad 621548, 342343
Hydred / Lledred 1.2969147385076, 52.932376350723
Cyfeirnod Grid Cenedlaethol TG215423

Pinnau

Morris Eight Series E. Production 1938–1948. 120,434 produced. The Series E announced in October 1938[8] brought a major restyle with a "waterfall" dummy grille, headlights in the wings and the running boards had gone. The car was longer, wider and heavier but the wheelbase was actually 1-inch (25 mm) shorter at 7 feet 5 inches (2.26 m). There was now an 'inbuilt luggage compartment with external access' with a space available of 'close on 5¼ cubic feet with the door closed.

Billy Turner
Saturday 20th of May 2017 07:34:14 PM
Morris Ten series II. Production 1935–1937. 59,364 (including Morris Twelve series II) produced. A rationalisation of the Morris range took place in 1935 and the new Ten series II shared its body and chassis with the Morris Twelve series II. A three-speed manual gearbox was fitted at first, but a four-speed reappeared as an option from 1936 and standard from 1937. Steel disc Easiclene wheels replaced the wire ones at the end of 1936.

Billy Turner
Saturday 20th of May 2017 07:25:43 PM
(1 of 2) Ford Prefect E493A. Production 1949–1953. 192,229 were made. A Prefect tested by the British magazine The Motor in 1948 had a top speed of 61 mph (98 km/h) and could accelerate from 0-50 mph (80 km/h) in 22.8 seconds. A fuel consumption of 33.2 miles per imperial gallon (8.5 L/100 km; 27.6 mpg‑US) was recorded. The test car which had the optional leather upholstery cost £412 including taxes. In standard form, they commented that it was the cheapest 4-door car on the British market.

Billy Turner
Saturday 20th of May 2017 06:20:19 PM
(2 of 2) Ford Prefect E493A.

Billy Turner
Saturday 20th of May 2017 06:15:20 PM
Cromer Beach station, now just Cromer station and still in use as part of the 'Bittern Line'.

John W
Wednesday 22nd of March 2017 09:47:34 PM