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1. ID ALS_WHI_002 1937 Coronation Arch decorated by May Bros, Langenhoe. Pete Tye Common at the bottom of Langenhoe hill - the boundary of the parish. Welcome to Loyal West ...
Cat1 Mersea-->Events Cat2 Places-->Langenhoe Cat3 Places-->Langenhoe Cat4 Places-->Peldon-->Road Scenes

1. 1937 Coronation Arch decorated by May Bros, Langenhoe. Pete Tye Common at the bottom of Langenhoe hill - the boundary of the parish. "Welcome to Loyal West ...
Date: cMay 1937
Image ID ALS_WHI_002


2. ID BJ39_015_001 Langenhoe Causeway. The cottages on the right are long gone. Osborne Series postcard, written 22 July 1908 to Mr A. Nichols Rotherhithe.
Dear Friend, I am ...
Cat1 Places-->Langenhoe

2. Langenhoe Causeway. The cottages on the right are long gone. Osborne Series postcard, written 22 July 1908 to Mr A. Nichols Rotherhithe.
"Dear Friend, I am ...
Date: Before July 1908
Image ID BJ39_015_001


3. ID BJ39_016_005 Earthquake 1884, Wick Farm, Langenhoe.
Cat1 Places-->Langenhoe

3. Earthquake 1884, Wick Farm, Langenhoe.
Date: cMay 1884
Image ID BJ39_016_005


4. ID CW2_PCD_001 Langenhoe Church. Postcard published by M. Harrison, Post Office, Abberton.
From Rev. H.K. and Mrs Hudson, Wadham, West Mersea, to Mrs Repton Dixon. ...
Cat1 Places-->Langenhoe Cat2 [Display on front screen]

4. Langenhoe Church. Postcard published by M. Harrison, Post Office, Abberton.
From Rev. H.K. and Mrs Hudson, Wadham, West Mersea, to Mrs Repton Dixon. ...
Image ID CW2_PCD_001


5. ID IA004743 Langenhoe Church following the 1884 Essex Earthquake. The church was rebuilt from old materials two years after the 1884 earthquake. However, following ...
Cat1 Places-->Langenhoe Cat2 Disasters and Mishaps-->on Land

5. Langenhoe Church following the 1884 Essex Earthquake. The church was rebuilt from old materials two years after the 1884 earthquake. However, following ...
Date: cMay 1884
Image ID IA004743


6. ID IA01_855 The recent disasterous earthquake in East Essex.
The Graphic Illustrated Weekly Newspaper
Langenhoe Church
Congregational Church, Lion Walk, ...
Cat1 Places-->Peldon Cat2 Places-->Langenhoe Cat3 Places-->Langenhoe Cat4 Disasters and Mishaps-->on Land

6. The recent disasterous earthquake in East Essex.
The Graphic Illustrated Weekly Newspaper
Langenhoe Church
Congregational Church, Lion Walk, ...
Date: 3 May 1884
Image ID IA01_855


7. ID JBA_838 Jack Botham aerial photograph 1734. Langenhoe Lion looking east.
The Langenhoe Lion closed 2011 and was demolished November 2019.
Abberton School is ...
Cat1 Places-->Langenhoe Cat2 Places-->Abberton

7. Jack Botham aerial photograph 1734. Langenhoe Lion looking east.
The Langenhoe Lion closed 2011 and was demolished November 2019.
Abberton School is ...
Date: c1962
Image ID JBA_838


8. ID LH28_007 The hall, the cottage and the church.
Langenhoe Hall seen in the centre of the pciture surrounded by farm buildings, cottage and church. It is now the home ...
Cat1 Museum-->Scrapbook, newspaper cuttings Cat2 Places-->Langenhoe

8. The hall, the cottage and the church.
Langenhoe Hall seen in the centre of the pciture surrounded by farm buildings, cottage and church. It is now the home ...
Date: c1960
Image ID LH28_007


9. ID MMC_P95_047 Abberton, looking towards Langenhoe Lion. P.G. Page, Groceries Provision merchant on left.
Cat1 Places-->Abberton Cat2 Places-->Langenhoe

9. Abberton, looking towards Langenhoe Lion. P.G. Page, Groceries Provision merchant on left.
Image ID MMC_P95_047


10. ID MST_OPA_413 Fire guts Essex barn. £25,000 of damage caused to straw-filled barn at Langenhoe.
Cat1 Mersea-->Fire Brigade Cat2 Disasters and Mishaps-->on Land Cat3 Disasters and Mishaps-->on Land

10. Fire guts Essex barn. £25,000 of damage caused to straw-filled barn at Langenhoe.
Date: 1988
Image ID MST_OPA_413


11. ID RG11_431 The School, Langenhoe.
Cat1 Places-->Langenhoe

11. The School, Langenhoe.
Image ID RG11_431


12. ID RG11_433 The Causeway, Langenhoe.
Cat1 Places-->Langenhoe

12. The Causeway, Langenhoe.
Image ID RG11_433

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