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Photo of a Geest employees outing, taken in the Spalding Market Place. I can find my mother in the picture but cannot recognise anyone else. I don’t know for certain but I think the photo was taken ...
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Geest outings, one has the names of the twelve in the photograph noted on the back. From left to right as you look at the photograph. R Rowell, A Busley, Mr Bristow, Mr Lowis, V Green, B Fairbanks, Le ...
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A lovely vintage view along the High Street, Holbeach. The Chequers Hotel is on the right, and a sign for Curtis tea mart is in the distance. David Gray ...
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A double decker bus belonging to Longlands of Crowland. Dated around the 1950's. Who remember's this company ? Can anyone help fill in the history of them ? If so please leave a comment.
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Nikolas Sidiropoulos is researching a ship which sank in Greece, it’s name was Mary Birch and was built by Warrens New Holland shipyard. The facebook page of warrens gives the full story: Now ...
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Construction of the bus station in the 1950's possibly 1956. Buses had previously parked outside Ayscougfee Hall.
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Thomas William Yallop and Sons. Long Sutton , Lutton and Wisbech. started c1930. ...
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The bus service ran from the Reigate. The picture below was taken in Winfrey Avenue and shows in the background "Spalding Bulb and Produce Auction" site.
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