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View from Church Hill, Pitsea Halstow Way - Pitsea Burnt Mills Road - Pitsea
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Location: Church Hill
Photographer: Unknown
Year of photo: c.1920
Copyright: N/A
Comments: The view from Church Hill. The Railway Tavern has yet to be built.
Location: Halstow Way - Pitsea
Photographer: Thomas Barnes
Year of photo: Circa 1984
Copyright: Thomas Barnes
Source: Thomas Barnes
Comments: New housing under development in Halstow Way off Rectory Road, Pitsea.
Location: Burnt Mills Road
Photographer: Dave Clark
Year of photo: November 1985
Copyright: Dave Clark
Source: Dave Clark
Comments: Burnt Mills Road at the junction with Tenterfields.
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Burnt Mills Road, Pitsea Pitsea Hall Lane, Pitsea
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Location: Burnt Mills Road
Photographer: Dave Clark
Year of photo: November 1985
Copyright: Dave Clark
Source: Dave Clark
Comments: Burnt Mills Road at the junction with Tenterfields.
Location: Pitsea Hall Lane
Photographer: Bix
Year of photo: 26/11/2006
Copyright: Basildon History Online
Comments: Tesco Extra petrol prices.
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Page added: 2002
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