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Brick is with our Heritage Society - they have three cupboards of artifacts and documents in addition to masses of stuff at the NRO. I should have signed and dated that article on the brick - indeed it would help if there were a law demanding that everything on the net be signd and dated. By the way is it possible for you to just use the bogstandard email service for our comments - firstname.lastname@example.org Tony
By the way, in a past interaction you ask about a feature running up to the smj line. It looks like a defunct path. Having solid lines ALL around it suggests it was fenced both sides and gated - perhaps let to an individual for access at one time. Footpaths depicted on maps c 1885 and even now with dotted lines indicate a right to passage on that line but there may well be no fencing either side and hazard from stock is ones own problem (that last point of law is nowadays getting pretty weak). Tony
Blisworth brick company has been a bit nebulous but I condense all I know in the article at http://www.blisworth.org.uk/images/Bricks/Brickworks.htm.
By the way, if you have any Blisworth question you can put your keyword into the home page of that website. I run it - so I'm biassed.
Your the 'man' - what a brick!! Tony
Nice to meet you today Nigel and thanks for the uploads. Andy
Peter S Lewis
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