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Going to church on Brownsea Island
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Going to church on Brownsea Island

Museum Ref No: AH_Going_to_Church
Print of painting, "People Going to Church", with livestock grazing in foreground (Brownsea Island). From the Andrew Hawkes collection. For commercial use please contact Andrew Hawkes by email: hawkes99@gmail.com
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Hamworthy Quay
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Hamworthy Quay

Museum Ref No: Batting/Box 3/Hamworthy Quay 2/No.7
Boats berthed at Hamworthy Quay. Poole Quay and ship in background, also St. James' Church tower. (Batting photograph)
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Hamworthy Quay
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Hamworthy Quay

Museum Ref No: B4_0046
Newman's Boatyard with yachts on the hard. Poole Quay with St. James' Church in background. (Batting photograph)
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High Street
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High Street

Museum Ref No: D_High_Street_0133s
High Street at North Street junction. Oxfam charity shop, Wimpy restaurant, Methodist chapel. C.1989.
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High Street
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High Street

Museum Ref No: D_High_Street_0174
High Street at junction with Mount Street c.1905. Methodist chapel to right.
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High Street
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High Street

Museum Ref No: D_High_Street_0180
High Street looking east from 137 (Kasmir's) towards Methodist Chapel. Pedestrianised.1987
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High Street
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High Street

Museum Ref No: D_High_Street_0182
High Street from No.124 c.1905. Methodist chapel, lamp standard, horse-drawn carts.
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High Street
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High Street

Museum Ref No: D_High_Street_0183
High Street from 132 (Hunt's furnishers and undertakers) c.1905. Methodist chapel.
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High Street
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High Street

Museum Ref No: D_High_Street_0185
High Street c.1920. Butlers (furniture), Hunts (funeral directors) and Methodist chapel. Bicycle.
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High Street
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High Street

Museum Ref No: D_High_Street_0109
High Street with Ansty Arms to right and Congregational Chapel to left c.1910. Costume.
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