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EAW046146 ENGLAND (1952). Island Wharf, Humber Dock and the city, Kingston upon Hull, from the south, 1952

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Details

Title [EAW046146] Island Wharf, Humber Dock and the city, Kingston upon Hull, from the south, 1952
Reference EAW046146
Date 22-August-1952
Link
Place name KINGSTON UPON HULL
Parish
District
Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 509771, 428164
Longitude / Latitude -0.33557245304548, 53.738068125298
National Grid Reference TA098282

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