1. BADGER laying off Tollesbury Pier. Formerly the yacht WESTWARD.
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2. Oyster dredgers and laid up ships in the River Blackwater off Tollesbury. The vessel on the right with engines aft is thought to be the BERWINDLEA which was ...
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3. Queen Victoria's Jubilee in Tollesbury
Mr Hasler, now an American Banker, an advisor to J.F. Kennedy, and a Tollesbury Benefactor, is mounted on a horse ...
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4. Gooseberry Pies
A feature of village life which became connected to the annual Fair during the last weekend of June, were the Gooseberry Pies. They were ...
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5. Sailors in search of a pie dish.
Tollesbury's giant 100 year old Sunderland ware gooseberry pie dish has cracked through age - and all efford to replace it ...
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6. This group of yachting and fishing veterans of Tollesbury include three Uncles (Marked A, B, and C) or Capt. Ned Heard. They carried on in the place of the ...
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7. Osborne's first motor bus, Tollesbury. Pictured outside Maskell's blacksmith's shop in North Road. Richard Maskell adapted the body of a London horse-bus and ...
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8. Yachts and smacks - high tide at Woodup, Tollesbury.
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9. Woodrolfe ('Woodup') sail lofts, Tollesbury
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10. High Water, Woodrolfe, Tollesbury
More from Tollesbury Past figre 68:
High Water about 1910/1912. Taken from The Leaving wall, this summer picture ...
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11. Woodup [Woodrolfe, Woodrop] Road, Tollesbury
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12. Tollesbury - aerial view over nature reserve. View northeast with the Pier lower centre and Tollesbury village centre left.
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13. Birds-eye view from Tollesbury church tower, looking towards Woodrolfe on the right and West Mersea distant centre.
Postcard Tollesbury 751.
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14. Church Street, Tollesbury. Postcard 96164
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15. Mell Road, Tollesbury
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16. Red Lion, Tolleshunt D'Arcy on the occasion of the Horse Fair. The pub is W. Bright & Sons - they were a Coggeshall brewery. The pub was later rebuilt and ...
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17. Tollesbury Hall
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18. Tollesbury Hall - Manorial Court Room with Handcuffs and Leg Irons
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19. Drawing of 15th Century Hen and Chickens Pub, Tollesbury
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20. Tollesbury Old and Tollesbury New - from unknown publication about 1973.
Sixty-five years ago young Ivy Osborne and her faithful dog Dash, were ...
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21. Ivy Osborne and her faithful dog Dash in Tollesbury High Street. On the left with the big flag flying is the 'old' Hope. In 1923 the cottages this side of it ...
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22. Ivy Osborne poses for the photographer in High Street, Tollesbury. On the left is the 'new' Hope pub. An Osborne's bus waits in the Square.
From an ...
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23. Tollesbury Congregational Church interior. Oil lamps
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24. Interior of St Mary's Church, Tollesbury.
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25. Tollesbury School Group. Used in Tollesbury Past, figure 5, with the caption:
The British School. There was a choice of schools in the village. This shows ...
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26. The Tollesbury Volunteers, grouped outside the Kings Head in Tollesbury, taken in August 1914.
From an unknown newspaper around 1973.
Date: 7 September 1914
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27. Fred has no fear
Tollesbury haulage contractor Fred Frost has no fear of petrol rationing - he goes most places by pony and trap.
Date: 30 November 1973
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28. Remains of sailing barge MEMORY on Tollesbury saltings. The MEMORY came to Tollesbury for Fellowship Afloat. Before that she was moored at Bradwell Waterside, ...
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