EAW042090 ENGLAND (1952).  The Imperial Paper Mills, Gravesend, 1952. This image was marked by Aerofilms Ltd for photo editing.


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    Title [EAW042090] The Imperial Paper Mills, Gravesend, 1952. This image was marked by Aerofilms Ltd for photo editing.
    Reference EAW042090
    Date 27 March 1952
    Place name GRAVESEND
    Parish
    District
    Region
    Country ENGLAND
    Easting / Northing 564034,  174342
    Longitude / Latitude 0.3606412175875,  51.443790373773
    National Grid Reference TQ640743
    Image size (px)
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     I believe that this is the old Gravesend Labour Exchange on the Overcliffe. I remember going there in, I think, 1970, to get a one year visitor's passport for a school trip. A visitor's passport was a pinkish, three fold card document, probably about foolscap size if unfolded. I don't think that they were recognised World-wide, but were sufficient for Western Europe.

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    Kentishman
    Thursday 3rd of July 2014 07:39:32 PM
     Horse and cart in Burch Road. Shadows indicate the time to be about mid-day so rather late for a milkman: a rag and bone man perhaps?

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    Kentishman
    Thursday 3rd of July 2014 07:29:01 PM
     Maidstone and District bus depot, junction of the Overcliffe and Stuart Road.

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    Kentishman
    Thursday 3rd of July 2014 07:25:44 PM
     London Transport green double decker bus. Route 480, 487 or 488?

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    Kentishman
    Thursday 3rd of July 2014 07:23:24 PM
     One of the IPM's fireless locomotives. This is evidenced by its shadow showing a dome for steam but no chimney at the front of the loco.

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    Kentishman
    Thursday 3rd of July 2014 07:12:01 PM