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New Sewer Pipe
'Hole in the Middle of Rushden'

Three photos by A J George and his captions - undated

The breach in the old railway embankment to make way for the new sewer from Duck Street.

Looking towards High Street, Rowthorn’s Furniture Warehouse, C Freeman’s garage in the foreground.

This clip cut from the above photo - Freeman's petrol pumps, the white house (left) was used by
Ellis & Everard as their office, the row of cottages in High Street, the tall building used by
Rowthorn's as a furniture store, originally Sanders & Sanders factory built in 1873. KC
Uncaptioned but looking down Station Road, with the iconic Jaques & Clark tower and
The Windmill Club just above the horizon (central)
clip from the previous photo
Looking from Station Road towards Washbrook Road through the gap in the railway embankment,
view obscured since the railway came in 1893.

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