Identify 2

Can you help identify these photographs?

By Bill Koolen

I am in The Dacorum Heratige Trust museum store but who am I?
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What is the connection of this photograph with Dacorum? Oslo - Washington Express in London 1937, with first cargo (945,000 boxes) of citrus fruit ever shipped from Palestine in cool air insulated stowage.
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Do you know where this was old photograph was captured?
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This looks like a church that was about to be demolished. Can you help us identify the location?
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A wood building. Where was it or where is it?
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These photographs have been a mystery to Dacorum Heritage Tust. Can you help identify?

This page was added on 10/05/2011.

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  • The third photograph could be of the old forge in Bovingdon, located above the pond off Chipperfield Road

    By Tom Thomson (31/01/2018)
  • i can def state that the suggested church picĀ  is def the school on queens street / queensway on the juntion where the T.A centre use to be on lower adeyfield road

    By terry (15/11/2015)
  • Last but one picture. I’m certain that this is George street school. I walked past this everyday on my way to school. This is the back of the school as seen from Queensway. As a previous contributer has noted it is looking from the junction of Queensway and Adeyfield Road. The main entrance was on George street which ran parallel with Queensway.

    By mic.s (11/07/2015)
  • The one that looks like a church about to be demolished is part of the old George Street School … it was demolished in the early 1980s …you can see the school that is there today behind on the right …. this was facing the school from Queensway.

    By caz (26/04/2015)
  • I believe this is the old Queen st school, which stood opposite junction with Lower Adeyfield rd and Queen st. I was a pupil there late 40s.

    By peter mckenzie (03/02/2013)
  • The last but one picture – where a church is suggested – is typical of the mid-Victorian schools – and the date 1878 fits – probably of a smaller village, Try checking Kelly’s Directory for 1880s for a village with a new schoool in that year. Last picture: Could this be one of the relocated Gadebridge Camp military huts from WW1 – Only one I know which is still standing (but fate being currently considered) is the one at New Mill, Tring.

    By Chris Reynolds (01/07/2011)

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