EAW028827 ENGLAND (1950). Bay View Road, the swing bridge looking towards Railway Approach and The Drove, Newhaven, from the south-west, 1950

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Title [EAW028827] Bay View Road, the swing bridge looking towards Railway Approach and The Drove, Newhaven, from the south-west, 1950
Reference EAW028827
Date 1-May-1950
Link
Place name NEWHAVEN
Parish NEWHAVEN
District
Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 544636, 101170
Longitude / Latitude 0.052334143436369, 50.791463519672
National Grid Reference TQ446012

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