EAW024674 ENGLAND (1949). The western part of the town, Ipswich, from the south, 1949

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Title [EAW024674] The western part of the town, Ipswich, from the south, 1949
Reference EAW024674
Date 11-July-1949
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Place name IPSWICH
Parish
District
Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 614725, 244641
Longitude / Latitude 1.1325310329057, 52.058051185817
National Grid Reference TM147446

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All Saints Church

Robo
Wednesday 14th of November 2018 01:46:48 PM
The Ipswich and Stowmarket Navigation, opened 1793, mostly using the River Gipping. Traffic to Stowmarket stopped around 1910, but traffic continued to Bramford until 1929. The navigation was abandoned in 1932. (Information from "Lost Canals and Waterways of Britain", by Ronald Russell, published by David and Charles.)

John W
Saturday 21st of January 2017 04:35:25 PM
"The Brickfields", used by Ipswich School CCF for training in the 1950s.

JohnBerry
Wednesday 22nd of October 2014 08:53:21 PM
Broomhill Lido Closed by the borough council. This much-loved facility is in danger.

Where's Canning Town?
Saturday 8th of March 2014 09:24:42 PM
Line to Ipswich Station (just out of shot) Colchester and London

Brightonboy
Saturday 18th of January 2014 09:03:37 PM
Line to Norwich

Brightonboy
Saturday 18th of January 2014 09:00:44 PM
East Suffolk Line to Felixstowe, Saxmundham and Lowestoft

Brightonboy
Saturday 18th of January 2014 09:00:16 PM

User Comment Contributions

The Brickfields: used by Ipswich School CCF for training exercises in the 1950s.

JohnBerry
Wednesday 22nd of October 2014 08:51:15 PM
London Road allotments. Bottom, left of centre. Still continues despite a corner being lost to an apartment block!

Where's Canning Town?
Saturday 8th of March 2014 09:39:08 PM