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 Life goes on during the floods  Life goes on during the floods
This photograph is taken looking up Station Road towards the cross and the Royal Oak. Mr ...... cont.
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 High Street shops - then and now  High Street shops - then and now
These photographs are taken looking from the direction of the cross towards Loughborough. ...... cont.
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 Frameworking Knitting in Quorn  Frameworking Knitting in Quorn
This mechanised form of knitting started in the 1600s. By the late 1700s, 90% of the ...... cont.
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 Russ Dairies  Russ Dairies
Russís dairy was the larger of two dairies based in the village around the time of the ...... cont.
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 Sydney the postman - a lie-in at last  Sydney the postman - a lie-in at last
Loughborough Monitor - 22nd October 1971 These days Sydney Foulds can have a lie-in ...... cont.
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 Advertisement - 1959  Advertisement - 1959
This is one of a series of adverts from 1959. The Hurst was originally a large house on ...... cont.
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 The Sanders story by Elizabeth Thompson (nee Sanders)  The Sanders story by Elizabeth Thompson (nee Sanders)
As far as I can learn the name of Sanders was introduced into the village of Quorn around ...... cont.
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 House at Swithland Reservoir - 11th Sept 1896  House at Swithland Reservoir - 11th Sept 1896
Exterior view of the house at Swithland Reservoir Water Works. The house is part of a ...... cont.
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 Pumping House and Well House Swithland Reservoir - 11th Sept 1896  Pumping House and Well House Swithland Reservoir - 11th Sept 1896
Interior view of the Pumping House at Swithland Water Works, showing part of the pump ...... cont.
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 Portrait of Hugo Meynell - 1758  Portrait of Hugo Meynell - 1758
Hugo Meynell bought Quorn Hall in 1754 from Justinian Raynesford and became the second ...... cont.
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