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Images taken for a feature on St Martin. Includes images of a child climbing on rocks [A], boats sailing in the water around St Catherine's Breakwater [B - C, F - G], Mont Orgueil taken from St Catherine's Bay [D - E], a farmer driving a tractor down a country lane [H], St Catherine's White Tower and Breakwater [I], a white horse in a field [J - L], photographs of a man making black butter [M - R], and a blacksmith in his workshop [S - CC]. Please see also L/A/75/A3/4/2258B.

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Reference L/A/75/A3/4/2258A
Date November 13th 1979
Names Mont Orgueil
Seymour Tower
St Catherine's Breakwater
St Catherine's White Tower
Keywords Bays | Beaches | black butter | blacksmiths | breakwaters | Buildings | Castles | Fields | Harbours | Horses | landscapes | Nature | Parishes | Piers | Sailing | Towers | Views | Portraits
Category L/A-Businesses
Places St Martin, St Catherine's Bay, St Catherine's Breakwater
Dimensions 29 35mm negative
Language English
Level of description File
Access restrictions Closed for preservation. Please view digital image.
Closed until 2100
Photographer Peter Mourant
JEP Photographic Job Number 1979/2258A

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Images taken for a feature on St Martin. Includes images of a child climbing on rocks (A), boats sailing in the water around St Catherine's Breakwater (B - C, F - G), Mont Orgueil taken from St Catherine's Bay (D - E), a farmer driving a tractor down a country lane (H), St Catherine's White Tower and Breakwater (I), a white horse in a field (J - L), photographs of a man making black butter (M - R), and a blacksmith in his workshop (S - CC). Please see also L/A/75/A3/4/2258B.
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