Harpenden's 'Dry Valley'

A pictorial trail from Zouches Farm near Dunstable to the River Colne at Smallford

By Les Casey and Rosemary Ross

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Photo:77. The deep pool is still there behind the wall in Grove Road. During WWII a hatch was cut through the roadside wall, with a door labelled 'E.W.S.': this was an emergency water supply for the Auxilliary Fire Brigade. The hole was still there in 1962.

77. The deep pool is still there behind the wall in Grove Road. During WWII a hatch was cut through the roadside wall, with a door labelled 'E.W.S.': this was an emergency water supply for the Auxilliary Fire Brigade. The hole was still there in 1962.

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