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The filming of Dicken's A Christmas Carol. The ice the boys were skidding on was plastic sheeting with washing up liquid squirted on. Shrewsbury England, Shrewsbury Shropshire, Christmas Movies, Christmas Carol, Christmas Specials, Medieval Town, Period Dramas, Wales, Authors

The filming of Dicken's A Christmas Carol. The ice the boys were skidding on was plastic sheeting with washing up liquid squirted on. Shrewsbury, Shropshire

The railway bridge on Castle Foregate, I remember it looking like this, we used to catch the bus under it. Shrewsbury Shropshire, Old Buildings, Where The Heart Is, Old Town, Britain, Bridge, Castle, Louvre, England

The railway bridge on Castle Foregate, I remember it looking like this, we used to catch the bus under it. Shrewsbury, Shropshire

Shrewsbury Abbey refectory pulpit (C) John S Turner History Of England, Pheasant, Cathedrals, Great Britain, Wells, Past, Scotland, Ireland

Shrewsbury Abbey refectory pulpit © John S Turner

The refectory pulpit of the demolished Shrewsbury Abbey stands in a small garden across the road from the remaining abbey church.

The Abbey Church, Shrewsbury, Shropshire. Published in coloured in at a later date Shrewsbury Shropshire, Pheasant, Family History, Wander, Beautiful Places, England, Gems, Cottage, Posters

The Abbey Church, Shrewsbury, Shropshire. Published in 1788, coloured in at a later date

In the middle ages there was a stream which ran down Gullet Passage which fed from a boggy pool where Princess House stands and ran into the Severn (then known as Sabrina Fuddle). The pool was the local ducking pool and was used as a form of retribution to the local ”scolds”. By the end of the 14th century the pool was no longer there Princess House, 14th Century, Pheasant, Middle Ages, Old Town, The Locals, Britain, Beautiful Places, Cottage

In the middle ages there was a stream which ran down Gullet Passage which fed from a boggy pool where Princess House stands and ran into the Severn (then known as Sabrina Fuddle). The pool was the local ducking pool and was used as a form of retribution to the local ”scolds”. By the end of the 14th century the pool was no longer there

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