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Market House 1948

Market House 1948

For convenience, someone was asking about the arrangements under the terrace.
It can be seen clearly here, with a small set of steps down, with old iron railings.
I was never sure of just what was in that locked cabinet at Sir Humphry's feet.
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This photo also begins to answer my question about how long the phone boxes have been there. ::15:
I had the most awful crush on Rosemary Clooney ... I can t say the same of her nephew, though laugh#
Sorry to disillusion you, but it held road grit, we used to a lot more snow in those days!!
A mystery solved !!! Yes, we had real snow then and we used true grit .... because we had it ....
Oh yes, the Duke would have been proud of us, after all, he was of our generation. ::6: ::6:

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