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EAW032037 ENGLAND (1950). The Monkswood Estate in the early stages of construction and environs, Stevenage, 1950

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Title [EAW032037] The Monkswood Estate in the early stages of construction and environs, Stevenage, 1950
Reference EAW032037
Date 23-August-1950
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Place name STEVENAGE
Parish
District
Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 524265, 224008
Longitude / Latitude -0.19365529392453, 51.900303809677
National Grid Reference TL243240

Pins

we use to play in the stream and sewage area in the 1950s60s

paulinuk
Saturday 16th of November 2019 09:52:44 PM
Clarence Elliott British horticulturalist, had Six Hills Nursery, specialising in alpine plants

andy
Monday 22nd of July 2019 04:25:42 PM
Public House; Our Mutual Friend

andy
Monday 22nd of July 2019 04:16:54 PM
Water troughs indicator board - a black zigzag line on a white background.

Howie
Wednesday 7th of June 2017 10:38:43 PM
Water tank and softener unit for the railway's Langley water troughs.

Howie
Sunday 15th of February 2015 07:51:42 AM
D. Wickham's engineering factory.

Howie
Sunday 15th of February 2015 07:49:26 AM
The present Monkswood Way intersects Elder Way at this point.

Howie
Sunday 15th of February 2015 07:45:07 AM
Stevenage Town Football Club of the Delphian League in those days.

Howie
Sunday 15th of February 2015 07:41:45 AM
Norton Green Lane bridge (now gone) over the East Coast main line from Kings Cross to the north of England and Scotland. In 1946 this was still the London and North Eastern Railway. The straight stretch between here and Langley Junction to the south contained water troughs. Just a few yards north of this old bridge, Six Hills Way now spans the line.

Howie
Sunday 15th of February 2015 07:38:16 AM
The Great North Road (A1) as it ran by the old sewage farm. The Roaring Meg Shopping Centre, named for the small brook that runs alongside the road, now stands on this site.

Howie
Sunday 15th of February 2015 07:34:24 AM
Elder Way, the first entrance off the Great North Road (A1) to Stevenage New Town.

Howie
Sunday 15th of February 2015 07:29:50 AM