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Cliffe Village Photograpths

Church Street, Cliffe

Train leaving Cliffe Station - 1953

Cliffe Station - 1972

Cliffe Station 1904

Cliffe Station, postmarked 1912

The Evening Star, Church Street

Cranes, the butchers, St Georges Terrace, Church Street - situated where the Cliffe Surgery now stands

Last Allhallows passenger train service leaving Cliffe

The Merryboys pub

Manor Farm -  after the fire

Reed Street looking west

Junction of Reed Street and Church Street

Milk delivery


Saunders Store in Reed Street

Cliffe High Street (now Church Street)

Norwood Corner

Pond Hill

Cliffe-At-Hoo Co-Operative which once stood between the site of the Evening Star and the Quickrells Farm

The Canal Tavern

The Cliffe Paten

Reed Street

Rye Street - prior to the Stirling bomber disaster of 1942  

Wharf Lane c. 1900

The remains of the Brennan Torpedo tracks at Cliffe Fort

Drawing of The Six Bells pub prior to its rebuilding

St Helen's Pond

Thomas Charles Crane Senior at Allens Farm c. 1900

The Thorndike family, owners of the Victory/Victoria Inn of Cliffe, photographed 1918

Part of the wallpaintings in St Helen's Church showing the martydom of England's original patron saint, St Edmund.

Cliffe War Memorial

Cliffe School

Another view of Cliffe School

Elford's, the butchers, in High Street/Church Street next door to The Six Bells .

Cliffe Fire Brigade c. 1904

Cliffe Fire Brigade during WWI

Cliffe Fort Gunners of the Royal Artillery on parade c. 1925

Church Street/High Street Cliffe showing W. J. Thorndike standing by the Six Bells pub

Cliffe aerial view 1925

Cliffe 1947 - part of the RAF set of aerial views across the country

Ride the Hoo, Kent line in 1958

The Hundred of Hoo Railway Story (Complete Version) by Gazell films.
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