EPW033527 ENGLAND (1930). The town centre, Calne, from the south-west, 1930

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Title [EPW033527] The town centre, Calne, from the south-west, 1930
Reference EPW033527
Date July-1930
Link
Place name CALNE
Parish CALNE
District
Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 399626, 170810
Longitude / Latitude -2.0053810198448, 51.435797405983
National Grid Reference ST996708

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Carnegie Library

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Nos 1,2 & 3 Kerry Crescent

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Class31
Wednesday 27th of March 2013 09:22:46 AM

Class31
Wednesday 27th of March 2013 09:22:06 AM
There appears to be a large number of vans (siphons) on the back of the branch train - possibly for milk traffic (in churns).

Maurice
Tuesday 26th of March 2013 07:06:42 PM
St Mary's Church, said to be on an ancient sacred site. The parish registers here go back to the mid-sixteenth century

MB
Monday 25th of March 2013 09:49:56 PM

MB
Monday 25th of March 2013 09:48:41 PM
Baptist church - close to or on the site of the medieval castle

MB
Monday 25th of March 2013 09:47:46 PM

MB
Monday 25th of March 2013 09:46:10 PM
Calne railway station. Terminus of the Great Western branch line from Chippenham

MB
Monday 25th of March 2013 09:45:43 PM

MB
Monday 25th of March 2013 09:44:14 PM
'By-Product Factory' marked on OS map. Railway extend to connect with it after 1923

MB
Monday 25th of March 2013 09:43:35 PM
Harris' Bi-product factory building was an RFC General Service Flight Shed formerly located at Yatesbury airfield; it was a 1917 Pattern Shed approx 80' by 170'

Steve Bedding
Monday 3rd of June 2013 10:13:44 PM
Thought to be a building associated with the woollen industry which ended here by the mid-nineteenth century

MB
Monday 25th of March 2013 09:42:34 PM
Kingsbury Green, otherwise known as The Green

MB
Monday 25th of March 2013 09:41:27 PM
Harris - bacon factory, since demolished

MB
Monday 25th of March 2013 09:40:20 PM
Bed of the Calne branch of the Wilts and Berks Canal - disused

MB
Monday 25th of March 2013 09:39:49 PM
Bed of the Calne branch of the Wilts and Berks Canal - disused

MB
Monday 25th of March 2013 09:39:18 PM