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Church Lane, before 1908

Stanhoe_01146.jpg ThumbnailsSusannah Linge outside the Crown Inn (back left) with Aunt Laura (Frank Linge’s wife) and, possibly, their children Annie and Fred, c 1900ThumbnailsSusannah Linge outside the Crown Inn (back left) with Aunt Laura (Frank Linge’s wife) and, possibly, their children Annie and Fred, c 1900ThumbnailsSusannah Linge outside the Crown Inn (back left) with Aunt Laura (Frank Linge’s wife) and, possibly, their children Annie and Fred, c 1900ThumbnailsSusannah Linge outside the Crown Inn (back left) with Aunt Laura (Frank Linge’s wife) and, possibly, their children Annie and Fred, c 1900ThumbnailsSusannah Linge outside the Crown Inn (back left) with Aunt Laura (Frank Linge’s wife) and, possibly, their children Annie and Fred, c 1900ThumbnailsSusannah Linge outside the Crown Inn (back left) with Aunt Laura (Frank Linge’s wife) and, possibly, their children Annie and Fred, c 1900ThumbnailsSusannah Linge outside the Crown Inn (back left) with Aunt Laura (Frank Linge’s wife) and, possibly, their children Annie and Fred, c 1900

Church Lane looking south. Postcard postmarked 1908.

Note the large elm trees along the roadside and the low hedge between the school and the road. On the left is the gable end of Bramley Cottage. The plot in the foreground against Church Lane is empty, the bungalow being built 30 years later.