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Abbey Church from Cornmill Stream  
Abbey Church from Cornmill Stream

Waltham Abbey Church viewed from the Cornmill Stream. The new Town Hall is on the left and Paradise Road houses on the right. Still often called Bakers Entry, after the old bakehouse which stood on the right hand side. This was a very popular site for local children fishing in the Cornmill Stream.
  Year: 1905 Upload Date: 7th December 2008
Ref No: RSC.1905.329 Location: Paradise Road
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