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EPW022015 ENGLAND (1928). The Ebenezer Howard Memorial and the Shredded Wheat Factory, Welwyn Garden City, from the north-west, 1928

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Title [EPW022015] The Ebenezer Howard Memorial and the Shredded Wheat Factory, Welwyn Garden City, from the north-west, 1928
Reference EPW022015
Date July-1928
Link
Place name WELWYN GARDEN CITY
Parish
District
Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 523865, 213045
Longitude / Latitude -0.20339558896855, 51.801862549016
National Grid Reference TL239130

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Double-decker ST type (?) bus probably operated by the National Omnibus and Transport Company. This company provided many local bus services north of London in Hertfordshire on behalf of the London General Omnibus Company under an agreement of 1921. In 1932 these services were taken over by London General Country Services, which became the Country Bus Division of London Transport in 1933. On 1 January 1970 this in turn became London Country Bus Services, part of the National Bus Company.

Chells809
Saturday 29th of December 2018 10:10:36 PM
Welgar Shredded Wheat Factory

brian
Tuesday 24th of February 2015 01:57:06 AM
This was Dawnays Engineering Works on the North side of the road and beside the LNER. The WELGAR Shredded Wheat Factory was on the South side of that same road.

Michael
Thursday 13th of November 2014 10:21:14 AM
Double avenue of trees planted along Parkway

Robert Parkinson
Tuesday 4th of November 2014 04:38:31 PM

Robert Parkinson
Tuesday 4th of November 2014 04:37:21 PM

Robert Parkinson
Tuesday 4th of November 2014 04:36:38 PM
Welwyn Stores, became Welwyn Dapartment Stores, and then in 1983 John Lewis

Paul
Friday 31st of October 2014 12:56:46 AM
Before it was built (1938?) in its current location on the East side of Parkway, it was in a temporary location on the West side of Parkway - right opposite. I remember going to the first shop. I also saw Disney's Fantasia and The Wizard of Oz at the Embassy when they were released. The Luton Line passed under the White Bridge and through the woods at the North end of the Campus.

Michael
Thursday 13th of November 2014 10:17:10 AM
Welwyn Theatre (became Embassy Cinema, before it was knocked down)

Paul
Friday 31st of October 2014 12:52:29 AM

User Comment Contributions

The Shredded Wheat Factory from a train, Welwyn Garden City, 10/06/2014

Class31
Wednesday 11th of June 2014 04:24:39 PM