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Helen F
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16 of 22  Mon 29th May 2017 3:12pm  
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There are some half decent aerial photos from the back and side and one fuzzy image from the front in Britain From Above (down until June, sorry). I think that there was a Bunney picture of it in the book of his paintings - I don't know where my copy is at the moment or I'd check. It seems odd that there's no photo of it but I can't recall seeing one. But yes, it did have barley twist door posts. Bunney probably even did a close up as I know he captured several others of interest.
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Prof
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17 of 22  Mon 29th May 2017 10:22pm  
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Great picture Dutchman and there is a back view of Lynes store, if only we could see the front of it!
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Prof
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18 of 22  Mon 29th May 2017 10:24pm  
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Thank you Helen F, in June I will look for Wycombe Hall in Britain from Above.
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Helen F
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19 of 22  Wed 27th Sep 2017 8:56am  
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I finally got round to digging out the book and yes, Bunney did paint a picture of the building and a close up of the door. Copies of the book pop up fairly regularly at a wide range of prices so shop around.
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Prof
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20 of 22  Sat 7th Oct 2017 5:48pm  
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Yes thanks I do have a copy.
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NeilsYard
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21 of 22  Sat 13th Jan 2018 12:56pm  
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I think this has been on before but could not locate on the forum - demolition of Well Street looking from Corporation Street where the Telegraph offices would go up over to the junction with Bond Street.
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Helen F
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22 of 22  Sat 13th Jan 2018 4:42pm  
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I think that Wycombe Hall is the building in the top left quadrant with BIBLE written on the side.
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