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Albert Carter and life in Shrivenham
Albert Carter and life in Shrivenham
Albert Carter in his Signalbox at Shrivenham
Shrivenham Station from around the time it opened in 1841

Albert Carter, signalman, Life in Shrivenham.

Account by Chris (Christine) Hull about her railway father Albert Carter during the war. Mentions German prisoners of war working on the Beckett Estate and injured American soldiers in ambulance sidings.

We also have two photographs from his son Clive; one showing Albert in the Signalbox and another showing Shrivenham Station circa 1841.

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