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Croydon and Waddon (Images of England)

by Raymond Wheeler

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0752443011, Paperback)

This fascinating new book contains more than 200 vintage photographs of Croydon and one of its larger suburbs, Waddon. The images are assembled and annotated by local historian Ray Wheeler and provide an important insight into local life over the years. All aspects of everyday life are recorded, from shops, businesses, churches, and schools to work and leisure, day trips, and days off. The landscapes and landmarks of the town and its surrounding areas are captured in this valuable historical record of life in the area as it used to be.

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