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Telegraph Cottage, 1843
 
   
Telegraph Cottage, 1843
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Subject Date: 1843
Owner: Slough Library
Contributor: Slough Library
 
Full Description: Telegraph Cottage. Photographic copy of a print. Showing Telegraph Cottage on the hillock which was later levelled. It was situated on the north side of the North Star Inn, near the current train station site. (Photo is part of the Maxwell Fraser bequest)
 
Place: Slough; Central Ward; Slough Station; William Street
Dimensions: 13.1 x 14.6 cm
Subject: Central Ward; Train Station; William Street;Telegraph
Content Type: Print
Location: Slough Library
Local Ref: I715a SLOUGH 042
Unique ID: sl-sl-715a_telegraphcottage-i-00-000.tif
IPR: Slough Library
 
 
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