EPW041673 ENGLAND (1933). The Devonshire Iron and Chemical Works, Staveley, 1933

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Details

Title [EPW041673] The Devonshire Iron and Chemical Works, Staveley, 1933
Reference EPW041673
Date June-1933
Link
Place name STAVELEY
Parish STAVELEY
District
Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 442253, 374824
Longitude / Latitude -1.3663941755658, 53.268445572584
National Grid Reference SK423748

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Canal Tavern was in this row. It was in the canal near here, ( more towards the canal bridge near Staveley, we think) that my late uncle Charlie disposed of his 0.32 Beretta automatic, a prize that he brought home from from his CMP service in Italy in WW2. We kids were mortified when he told us! A real gun, going rusty in the canal!

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Monday 15th of June 2015 07:42:41 PM
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