• Mary Somerville Elwes

    M.S. Elwes: Visit to Stony Creek, Connecticut

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    The Installation of Our Rayburn 300W

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  • Garden Cottage, Worlds End, Beedon. 
(Painted between 1945-1961?)

    M.S.Elwes: The Forgotten Artist who Discovered Garden Cottage

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  • Rolled-ups Rags for Burning

    Mr Woodley’s 114 Year Old Smoker Fuel Recipe Recreated!

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    Mr Woodley Book: My Introduction

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  • Mr Woodley's grave at St Nicholas Church, Beedon.

    Mr Woodley: Towards the End

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  • Purple Gladstone Bag Tag

    John Walton’s visit to Mr Woodley’s Home Apiary (Worlds End)

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  • Old Boy on Chair Square

    The Stanmore Apiary, Droughts and Peasemore AL/499

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  • Mr Woodley Advertises Tie Over Jars

    Mr Woodley on Buzzi-ness: Bee-Vigilant!

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  • This the copy of this found I have found to day (British Bee-keepers Journal Jan 1897).

    Mr Woodley on Buzzi-ness: “Don’t put all your eggs into a bee-hive”

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  • 1906 bbj - home made bee wagon

    Sending Goods from A to Bee Via the Railway

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  • 1962 - Last Day for Passenger Traffic.

    1962 – Closing of the Didcot Newbury Railway to Passenger Traffic

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  • The northern elevation of Crossing Cottage from 2014 (left) to 1905 (right) with Mr Dyer and his hives!

    Compton Crossing Revisited

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  • 1898 Percy Wilkins p304

    Have I Found Percy’s Apiary???

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  • 1905 David Scot from Kincardine

    Old-Timer from Kincardine

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