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NigelS

Alternative to using 'Silent silhouettes' for 1914-18 commemoration

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NigelS

Rather than using the RBL 'Silent Silhouettes' which are springing up everywhere, the National Trust owned River Wey Navigations have come up with their own scheme by placing boards with WW1 related texts and graphics alongside most of the Locks (or at least the ones I've walked by recently)

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