EPW000280 ENGLAND (1920). Corfe Castle, 1920

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Details

Title [EPW000280] Corfe Castle, 1920
Reference EPW000280
Date April-1920
Link
Place name CORFE CASTLE
Parish CORFE CASTLE
District
Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 395983, 82226
Longitude / Latitude -2.056812934401, 50.639128341783
National Grid Reference SY960822

Pins

London & South Western Railway M7 0-4-4T in British Railways livery as 30053 taken 15/3/2014 on the preserved Swanage Railway.

Class31
Saturday 15th of March 2014 08:14:53 PM

micky
Monday 7th of January 2013 04:34:08 PM
Corfe Castle Railway Station LSWR

Class31
Friday 9th of November 2012 08:19:33 PM
St. Edward's Church

Class31
Friday 9th of November 2012 08:16:26 PM
Sandy Hill Lane

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Friday 9th of November 2012 08:11:48 PM

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Friday 9th of November 2012 08:11:14 PM

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Friday 9th of November 2012 08:10:41 PM

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Friday 9th of November 2012 08:10:23 PM

User Comment Contributions

Corfe Castle 1984

Alan McFaden
Saturday 1st of November 2014 10:32:27 AM
Corfe Castle 1984

Alan McFaden
Saturday 1st of November 2014 10:32:07 AM
Corfe Castle 1984

Alan McFaden
Saturday 1st of November 2014 10:31:47 AM
Corfe Castle 1984

Alan McFaden
Saturday 1st of November 2014 10:31:23 AM
St. Edwards Church

Class31
Saturday 6th of July 2013 09:33:22 PM
Bankes Arms Hotel

Class31
Saturday 6th of July 2013 09:32:22 PM
Corfe Castle from St. Edwards Church

Class31
Saturday 6th of July 2013 09:30:40 PM
Recent photo of M7 locomotive at Corfe Castle station looking south east.

Class31
Monday 1st of July 2013 10:20:41 AM
Recent photo Corfe Castle Station with an M7 locomotive.

Class31
Monday 1st of July 2013 10:12:24 AM
The keep was built in the early 12th century for King Henry I, William the Conqueror’s son.

royalfixit
Wednesday 27th of June 2012 08:14:37 PM