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4 images in cluster Ventilation Shaft in TQ1667

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in TQ1667, near Surbiton


TQ1667 : Ventilation shaft by the Thames Path by Derek Harper
Ventilation shaft by the Thames Path
When: 29 May, 2016
By: Derek Harper
TQ1667 : Ventilation shaft on the banks of the Thames by Philip Halling
Ventilation shaft on the banks of the Thames
When: 3 September, 2011
By: Philip Halling
TQ1667 : Mysterious structure on the bank of the Thames opposite Thames Ditton by Rod Allday
Mysterious structure on the bank of the Thames opposite Thames Ditton
When: 23 June, 2011
By: Rod Allday
TQ1667 : Ventilation shaft beside the Thames near Hampton Court by David Kemp
Ventilation shaft beside the Thames near Hampton Court
When: 23 May, 2009
By: David Kemp

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Other Automatic clusters in TQ1667

  1. Ventilation Shaft
  2. Thames Path (of which 2 shown above)
  3. River Thames (of which 1 shown above)
  4. Hampton Court (of which 1 shown above)
  5. Near (of which 1 shown above)
  6. Barge Walk (of which 1 shown above)
  7. Looking (of which 1 shown above)
  8. Opposite Thames Ditton (of which 1 shown above)
  9. St Nicholas
  10. Thames Ditton Island
  11. High Street
  12. Pavilion
  13. Portsmouth Road
  14. Boyle Farm
  15. Ye Olde Swan
  16. Riverside
  17. Roundabout
  18. Pavilion Terrace
  19. Gate
  20. Public House
  21. Inside St Nicholas
  22. St Nicholas Churchyard
  23. Red Lion
  24. City Arms
  25. Mainland Sandbags were to be Seen
  26. CWGC Grave
  27. Car Dealership
  28. Ferry Road
  29. Close
  30. Stained Glass Window
  31. Southern
  32. Christmas Trees
  33. Village Centre
  34. Seat
  35. Crown
  36. Beautiful Church
  37. Lived here 1816-1836
  38. Access to the Park
  39. Busy main Road
  40. Bank by a Footbridge
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