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A Move From Birmingham to Manor Farm, Wroxall, in 1935
When Birmingham grew, the area round Brook Lane and Robin Hood Lane was needed for more houses, so our family decided to move. Brook Farm, along with others in the ...
Inside the Farmhouse at Manor Farm, Wroxall
The porch of the farm house had two shallow alcoves on either side with the front door ahead having a half glazed stained glass window. The hall, with its cardinal ...
The Barn and Rickyard at Manor Farm, Wroxall
Adjoining the main building at Manor Farm was a large barn with double full height doors on both sides in which hay and later bales of straw were kept. Inside, ...
The Farm Buildings of Manor Farm, Wroxall
The farm buildings at Manor Farm consisted of a stable, an engine house and dairy, four bays, known as standings, for milking cows, two loose sheds, one known as the ...
More Memories From Manor Farm, Wroxall
Riding tricycles and looking up at the sky Opposite the side door on the left was a long blue tiled/slabbed passageway that was great for riding tricycles up and down! The ...
Upstairs at Manor Farm, Wroxall
From the hallway in the farmhouse there was a door up to the first flight of stairs, which connected to the back stairs, then turning up the next section there ...
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