EAW012743 ENGLAND (1948). Road and rail crossings of a flooded River Vyrnwy, Llanymynech, from the north-west, 1948

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Title [EAW012743] Road and rail crossings of a flooded River Vyrnwy, Llanymynech, from the north-west, 1948
Reference EAW012743
Date 14-January-1948
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Place name LLANYMYNECH
Parish LLANYMYNECH AND PANT
District
Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 326865, 320830
Longitude / Latitude -3.0843842807666, 52.779758212273
National Grid Reference SJ269208

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