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GREAT TEW OXFORDSHIRE 1980S

Great Tew, Oxfordshire, England circa 1986. Great Tew was an estate village and owned by Major Eustace Robb and allowed to fall into disrepair. The Johnson family, who inherited the estate from Robb, have and are in the process of carefully modernising and bringing the estate into the 21st century. Local resident and tenant cottager Frank Salt who lives in the Toll House.
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Great Tew Oxfordshire 1980s. Local resident Frank Salt
Great Tew, Oxfordshire, England circa 1986. Great Tew was an estate village and owned by Major Eustace Robb and allowed to fall into disrepair. The Johnson family, who inherited the estate from Robb, have and are in the process of carefully modernising and bringing the estate into the 21st century. Local resident and tenant cottager Frank Salt who lives in the Toll House.

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From gallery: GREAT TEW OXFORDSHIRE 1980S
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Date: 21 Mar 2015
Location: GREAT TEW OXFORDSHIRE
Credit: Homer Sykes
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