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Correspondence and legislation relating to the removal of vraic, sand and gravel
Date: 24 July 1890 - 22 August 1949
Road repairs to Bagatelle Lane and the upper part of Wellington Road.
Date: 27 April 1942 - 13 May 1942
Request for 500 tons of gravel from Grouville Common to spread on the roads to facilitate the transport of agricultural produce to town.
Date: 16 June 1943
Requisition of property from Miss Cramton, and Mr Clift of Bond Street, St Helier, for gravel tips to be erected from Fort William to Martello Tower 5
Date: 27 March 1942 - 8 April 1942
Removal of gravel and shingle from seashore
Reference: HO 45/7829
Contact Sheet 21 from Red Contact File 12 of the Jersey Evening Post (JEP) Photographic Archive. The Contact Sheet contains images of the strips of negatives found in the Red Contact File, include notes, and dates from 1939.
Date: March 1939 - April 1939
Images which relate to a visit to Ronez Quarries and the export of road stone to England [see JWP 8/4/1939 p 6]. The images were produced from the negatives depicted in Contact Sheet 21 of Red Contact File 12 from the Jersey Evening Post (JEP) Photographic Archive. Negatives have been scanned at 1200 dpi and can be downloaded as high quality jpg files. The quality of the images is dependent on the original.
Date: March 1939 - April 1939
Account of Miss Amy, St Martin with Jean Thomas Le Cocq, Contractors for gravel and cement
Date: 21 November 1901
Photographs taken in Kent, London and Surrey, June to July 1958. Includes photographs taken on a field trip by the London Natural History Society to Folkstone, Kent, including of: layers of the Folkestone Beds; the remains of the Second World War pipeline PLUTO in Ware Bay; mammalatum beds; and mailboats at Folkestone. Also includes photographs of: Lambeth Palace, Palace of Westminster, St Thomas' Hospital and County Hall, and The Burghers of Calais statue in Victoria Tower Gardens; a poster advertising lunch hour services at Westminster Abbey conducted by the Reverend Howard Hollis; a field trip by the London Natural History Society to Shirley Hill, East Croydon and Worms Heath, Surrey led by Dr R J Jones, showing gravel valleys, chalk pits, gravel pts and chalk pinnacles; a diagram showing the geological section of London Basin for a centenary exhibition of the London Natural History Society; and copies of photographs published in The British Intervention in Transcaspia 1918-1919 by C H ''Dick'' Ellis. Includes index.
Date: 30 June 1958 - 6 July 1958
Photographs taken in London and Kent, July to September 1960. Includes photographs of: fasciated white bell foxgloves in Kenneth and Kathleen Le Sueur's garden at their home at 35, The Woodlands, Beulah Hill; a McAlpine crane at the Stag Brewery site of the new Esso headquarters under construction on Victoria Street; the tomb of the de Carteret family in Westminster Abbey following partial restoration; the gateway to Little Cloisters; a field trip by the Geologists' Association to Folkestone, showing stone bands, cliffs, mailboats in the sea, vertebrae and ammonite fossils, gravel pits, and Mr Buffery and Anthony Quenet at Folkestone; levelling at St Margaret's Church Hall; and flint axe heads found by John Wyles at a gravel pit in Taplow. Includes index.
Date: 26 July 1960 - 11 September 1960
Gravel Grab bucket on the New North Quay.
Date: 5 September 2000
Photographic slide of a gravel surface with cranes in the distance - possibly at La Collette reclaimation site (see Item ref P/09/A/491)
Date: 20 March 1977
Building / Construction Site ( Batching Plant ?)