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Chipping Campden School. Children at one end of Paxford are allowed to go on the school bus, whereas those at the other end have to walk to school. Report from Blockley Parish Council with picture…
Various cuttings of trains, Campden signal box, Campden Station and Campden tunnel, from unidentified magazines.
An account of Edward Thomas's journey by rail, GWR, mentioning the stop at Campden. 23rd June, 1914
The Parish of Campden to Mr Freeman. Description of expenses for 16 people: W. Rouse & family, John Sharp & family, Edward Hughes & family, Richard Williams & family for clothing and travel to…
Mr Haysum and his bus outside the Cotswold House, January 1947, photograph, negative and enlargement. See also COMMA 116.001
Ogilby Road Map, copy of the 1939 edition of the 1675 map, showing Campden, Evesham, Worcester, Tenbury, Ludlow and Montgomery.
6 sheets of photocopies, photographs by T. E. Williams and J. R. Beasley. Including duplicate copies of a railcar. Photos digitised in Photo Library.
Railway coin celebrating the Cotswold Line. Inscribed "Millennium Cotswold Line, 1st May 1852, First Passenger Train.
CADHAS Lecture, 18/2/1999. Also now on CD: 2010/300/TA in CD Box 1.
Printout from www.polishresettlementcampsinthe uk.co.uk, about Springhill Camp when it was occupied by Polish refugees. Story and pictures.
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