Earls Colne, Essex :: Shared Description

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Earls Colne is a village in Essex, England named after the River Colne, on which it stands, and the Earls of Oxford who held the manor of Earls Colne from before 1086 to 1703.
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by Adrian Cable
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TL8628 : B1024 Coggeshall Road, Earls Colne by Adrian Cable
TL8528 : A1124 High Street, Earls Colne by Adrian Cable
TL8528 : Curds Road, Earls Colne by Adrian Cable
TL8328 : Nightingale Hall Road, Greenstead Green by Adrian Cable
TL8628 : Upper Holt Street Postbox by Adrian Cable
TL8527 : Road Junction at Earls Colne Business Park by Adrian Cable
TL8527 : Curds Road sign by Adrian Cable
TL8527 : Earls Colne Business Park Road by Adrian Cable
TL8628 : The Kiln Postbox by Adrian Cable
TL8429 : Entering Earls Colne on the A1124 Halstead Road by Adrian Cable
TL8525 : Witch Lane Bridleway to Flories Road by Adrian Cable
TL8628 : Park Lane, Earls Colne by Adrian Cable
TL8527 : B1024 Coggeshall Road, Earls Colne by Adrian Cable
TL8528 : Foundry Lane, Earls Colne by Adrian Cable
TL8628 : Park Lane sign by Adrian Cable
TL8528 : Park Lane, Earls Colne by Adrian Cable
TL8527 : G-ECAC on final approach by Adrian Cable
TL8527 : Earls Colne Airfield Road by Adrian Cable
TL8527 : Earls Colne Airfield Road, Earls Colne by Adrian Cable
TL8526 : Elson Hand Car Wash at Earls Colne by Adrian Cable
TL8627 : Electricity Pylon off Tey Road by Adrian Cable
TL8527 : Earls Colne Airfield Road, Earls Colne by Adrian Cable
TL8427 : Newhouse Road, Earls Colne by Adrian Cable
TL8527 : Earls Colne Airfield Road & Runway Navigation Marker by Adrian Cable
TL8529 : Burrows Road & Burrows Road Postbox by Adrian Cable

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Created: Wed, 25 Jul 2018, Updated: Wed, 25 Jul 2018

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