Temple Old Bridge The stream here flows south off Bodmin Moor to become the Warleggan River and thence the Fowey. In the distance traffic on the A30 can be seen.
Art deco row of shops. Watling Avenue, Burnt Oak. Developed presumably subsequent to the opening of the Underground Station 755493 in the 1920's.
|Title||Habitat storage and distribution centre, Wallingford On Moreton Avenue, to the north of Hithercroft Road.|
|Photo's author||Jonathan Billinger User stats Author's photos|
|Source||Wikimedia Commons image|
|Date||07 Apr 2008 00:00:00|
|Original size||640 x 480|
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Habitat storage and distribution centre, Wallingford On Moreton Avenue, to the north of Hithercroft Road.
Rowse Honey Factory
Green Honey Drums
Wallingford Electricity Substation, Moreton Avenue
Tower in Moreton Avenue
Saxon Close, Wallingford
Wallingford Substation, Moreton Avenue
Warehouse domination The Habitat warehouse in the background dominates this industrial area and is the old building they still own round here.
Benchmark on Wallingford electricity substation, Moreton Avenue
Wall bearing a benchmark at the Wallingford electricity substation, Moreton Avenue
The CWS Creamery on Borough Road circa 1960.
The CWS Creamery on Borough Road circa 1960. I managed to identify this location with the help of multimap and fellow contributor Bill Nicholls.