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Tennyson Avenue

Tennyson Avenue, off Honey Lane, named after Alfred, Lord Tennyson who resided in Waltham Abbey at Beech Hill Park. Picture 1957.
  Year: 1957 Upload Date: 28th February 2009
Ref No: RSC.1957.351 Location: Tennyson Avenue
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Comment by Sue Warner • 17-04-13 • 03.45 PM
I remember the Blackfords and the Littles,Marlyn Blackford and Philip Little were in my class
Comment by Ian Middlehurst • 30-11-12 • 04.39 PM
Yes I remember it well , as I have in NO 14 for 68 years
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