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CliffB
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76 of 78  Thu 14th Jan 2021 4:28pm  
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Hi all, I think I have found more images of the Swanswell Crimean Gun. These are postcards, the first one was posted in 1935, the second is unposted. Looks like the breech end in this one. Given the position of the gun in relation to the boating kiosk in the first image I reckon this is the same gun.
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NeilsYard
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77 of 78  Thu 14th Jan 2021 6:23pm  
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Top spottin' Cliff! - it was a whopper wasn't it Big grin Edited by member, 14th Jan 2021 6:23 pm
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Helen F
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78 of 78  Thu 14th Jan 2021 6:52pm  
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Isn't it weird how many details you don't see the first time you look at a photo... or the second... or the... The other thing that throws me is how hard it is to imagine the working mill ponds from their Victorian parks.
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