Church Street, Alstonefield

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Date:February - March 1947 (c.)

Description:Huge snow drifts on Church Street, Alstonefield during the exceptionally harsh winter of 1947. The village was all but cut off from the outside world for 8 weeks in February and March.


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Image courtesy of: Alstonefield Local History Society

Donor ref:Church - snow drift (173/22314)

Source: Alstonefield Local History Society

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