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Rob Orland
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121 of 122  Fri 29th Dec 2017 7:32pm  
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Once again Kaga we are indebted to you for your insight into the past. It's easy for us nowadays to criticise what appeared to be poor decisions before the war, especially the "butchering" of many old streets, but as always, with a bit of perspective given to us by someone who lived through those times, we are able to glean some of the reasoning that might have been used in those far off darker times. Many thanks for helping us to understand our heritage a little better.
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Helen F
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122 of 122  Sat 31st Mar 2018 9:36am  
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A really nice and early image of Butcher Row. Note the two jettied buildings on the left. Usually images only show one and a later brick building. William Morris Gallery
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