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EPW013483 ENGLAND (1925). The village centre, Burton Bradstock, 1925. This image has been affected by flare.

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Title [EPW013483] The village centre, Burton Bradstock, 1925. This image has been affected by flare.
Reference EPW013483
Date June-1925
Link
Place name BURTON BRADSTOCK
Parish BURTON BRADSTOCK
District
Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 348730, 89494
Longitude / Latitude -2.7260948159466, 50.702247909357
National Grid Reference SY487895

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Now the Three Horseshoes, a Palmers public house.

vof
Saturday 5th of December 2015 06:06:38 PM
Manor Farm - now owned by a friend of mine

Biggles1951
Friday 14th of December 2012 10:38:13 AM

Class31
Tuesday 7th of August 2012 02:48:59 PM

Class31
Tuesday 7th of August 2012 02:48:14 PM

Class31
Tuesday 7th of August 2012 02:48:14 PM

Class31
Tuesday 7th of August 2012 02:47:07 PM

Class31
Tuesday 7th of August 2012 02:46:42 PM

Class31
Tuesday 7th of August 2012 02:46:07 PM
The Anchor Inn,Burton Bradstock,Dorset

martyk
Sunday 15th of July 2012 06:30:24 PM
Hi martyk,



Thanks for working this one out, we'll update the catalogue and post the correct location details here in due course. The original Aerofilms Ltd Register entry for this image merely says "cancelled", so your identification is a great help.



Yours, Katy

Britain from Above Cataloguing Team Leader

Katy Whitaker
Tuesday 23rd of October 2012 03:04:39 PM
Several thatched cottages

EastMarple1
Saturday 30th of June 2012 12:01:33 PM
2 Wagons with Dray horses in tandem (unusual?)

BigglesH
Tuesday 26th of June 2012 04:24:50 PM
That's an interesting observation, it probably means that they've just come up a substantial hill, an extra horse would have been hitched onto the front in this way to assist. You're right, it wasn't usual to harness horses up in this way for any other purpose.

Tiny Tim
Saturday 30th of June 2012 05:15:54 PM
Maybe the two drivers have just parked up and gone to the pub for a quick half! Or have gone to have a look at what possibly looks like a car with people around it back down the street?

SteveAUS
Tuesday 3rd of July 2012 06:35:08 AM
They may have been delivering to the building on the corner of Mill Street. It was probably an inn then - it is the Palmers pub the Three Horseshoes now.

vof
Saturday 5th of December 2015 06:09:14 PM

User Comment Contributions

Three Horseshoes Inn, Burton Bradstock, 02/01/2017

Class31
Sunday 15th of January 2017 01:04:08 PM
Shadrach is more commonly spelled Shadrack.

vof
Saturday 5th of December 2015 05:58:46 PM
Several of the buildings have a thatched roof suggesting it is in the south.

John New
Sunday 8th of July 2012 10:43:45 PM
Lots of light stone cottages with thatched roofs. A rural village location. Dry stone walls. Cotswolds etc?

Suggest taken during harvest time.

EastMarple1
Saturday 30th of June 2012 12:07:31 PM