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The Post Office

Sudbrook Post Office was opened in 1881.

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The Terrace

The Terrace, Sudbrook was built in 1882, shown here in 2005. [more]

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The Infirmary

A hospital was opened at the start of 1882. It was one of the converted largest cottages transformed into a ... [more]

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Hospital Built

In 1883 due to the high levels of fever in the area a fever hospital was built in Sudbrook near the ... [more]

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Severn Tunnel Opens

Seven tunnel opened with the first coal train on 9 June 1886, followed by the first goods train on 1 September 1886 and passenger trains from 1 ... [more]

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Ship Building

Once the tunnel was finished Walker started up a ship building business at Sudbrook and utilized the staff from the building of the tunnel and the ... [more]

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National Gazetteer 1901

Exerpt from the 1901 National Gazetteer referencing Sudbrook and ... [more]

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Railway Postcard

This is a postcard picture that shows a view of ... [more]

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Post Office Row

Postcard picture of Post Office Row in Sudbrook. [more]

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St Mary’s Church

This is an image of St Mary’s church, Portskewett taken approximately 1905. [more]

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