EAW021689 ENGLAND (1949). Edward Farr Ltd Engineering Works and environs, Wickford, from the south, 1949. This image has been produced from a print marked by Aerofilms Ltd for photo editing.

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Details

Title [EAW021689] Edward Farr Ltd Engineering Works and environs, Wickford, from the south, 1949. This image has been produced from a print marked by Aerofilms Ltd for photo editing.
Reference EAW021689
Date 24-March-1949
Link
Place name WICKFORD
Parish SHOTGATE
District
Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 575829, 192996
Longitude / Latitude 0.53952386507343, 51.607832624131
National Grid Reference TQ758930

Pins

PILLBOX (TYPE FW3/24): e18095

MattOldred
Monday 30th of November 2020 09:35:56 PM
Pumping Station

MattOldred
Monday 30th of November 2020 09:34:13 PM
PILLBOX (TYPE FW3/28A): S0000281

MattOldred
Monday 30th of November 2020 09:30:32 PM
PILLBOX (EASTERN COMMAND): S0000279

MattOldred
Monday 30th of November 2020 09:30:14 PM
PILLBOX (EASTERN COMMAND): S0000277

MattOldred
Monday 30th of November 2020 09:29:58 PM
PILLBOX (EASTERN COMMAND): e09676

MattOldred
Monday 30th of November 2020 09:29:04 PM
PILLBOX (TYPE FW3/24): e09782

MattOldred
Monday 30th of November 2020 09:28:44 PM
World War 2 pill box - one of a string right across south Essex. This is still there right at the end of Alicia Walk.

Chris Booty
Wednesday 18th of April 2018 05:51:13 PM
This shop stood on the corner of what is now Alicia Avenue

Chris Booty
Wednesday 18th of April 2018 05:49:05 PM

Chris Booty
Wednesday 18th of April 2018 05:47:48 PM
Remains of original "avoiding" line that allowed direct access for trains from Southminster or Maldon to get to Southend without reversing in Wickford station. Was never much used and abandoned apart from a short stub which acted as a siding for the engineering works. That too now long gone.

Chris Booty
Wednesday 18th of April 2018 05:46:54 PM
Bakers Farm house, now built on, I used to live across the road from there.

Steve
Saturday 27th of September 2014 10:29:14 AM
Battlesbridge & its mills.

Steve
Saturday 27th of September 2014 10:28:01 AM
Three Arches Railway bridge over river Crouch, either side of the bridge can be seen two thickets, these are still there to this day (Sept 2014), the right hand one is a nature reserve, called Shotgate thickets.

Steve
Saturday 27th of September 2014 10:27:24 AM

Steve
Saturday 27th of September 2014 10:24:16 AM