EAW031823 ENGLAND (1950).  The town, Great Stonar and Richborough Port, Sandwich, 1950


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    Title [EAW031823] The town, Great Stonar and Richborough Port, Sandwich, 1950
    Reference EAW031823
    Date 14 August 1950
    Place name SANDWICH
    Parish SANDWICH
    District
    Region
    Country ENGLAND
    Easting / Northing 633159,  158626
    Longitude / Latitude 1.3435746839249,  51.278474357507
    National Grid Reference TR332586
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     Site of Haig Camp. Part of the vast Richborough Military Port complex of WW1.

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    The Laird
    Tuesday 17th of April 2018 08:25:44 PM
     Site of Kitchener Camp. Part of the vast Richborough Military Port complex of WW1. In WW2 it was used to house Jewish refugees from Nazi occupied Europe.

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    The Laird
    Tuesday 17th of April 2018 08:24:25 PM
     Site of Queen Mary's Army Auxiliary Corps camp. Part of the vast Richborough Military Port complex of WW1.

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    The Laird
    Tuesday 17th of April 2018 08:18:16 PM
     Site of Stonar Camp. Part of the Richborough Military Port complex of WW1

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    The Laird
    Tuesday 17th of April 2018 08:07:22 PM
     Sandwich's (original 1773) Toll Bridge - 6d for a car (mid 1970's) but a displayed list of prices covered carts carrying bullocks, sheep etc. One of it's big contributions to Sandwich was to fund the local town's costs at the expense of long, long queues of traffic, local and tourist, for many decades.

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    Martin G
    Friday 26th of February 2016 06:45:45 PM
     Pfizer Pharmaceutical's factory famous much later for developing Viagra!

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    Martin G
    Friday 26th of February 2016 06:31:52 PM
     Water tower (2 total)

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    Martin G
    Friday 26th of February 2016 06:29:55 PM
     Site of Petbow (Peters and Bowler) Diesel Generators from this time onwards owned by the Bird family until its demise the late 70's. It was originally a WW1 army camp full of typical 30' wide huts which the Birds turned into a modern (for the time) factory producing a huge % of Britain's exports around the world.

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    Martin G
    Friday 26th of February 2016 06:27:38 PM