Waltham Abbey and area

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an old poster advertising the forest glads of epping 6, with flowers and trees
The Forest Glades of Epping vintage travel poster reprint | eBay
The Forest Glades of Epping vintage travel poster reprint | eBay
an open window with a view of a building
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Looking out on to the Royal Forest Hotel next to the Queen Elizabeth I’s Hunting Lodge, Epping Forrest, Chingford, London, built by Henry VIII in 1543
an old poster with trees in the background and text reading epping forest from london and many
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Epping Forest : Beauty Spots in Essex.
an image of a poster with trees in the background that says,'epping forest quickly reached from liverpool street '
Epping Forest, London & North Eastern Rail, 1923
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a circular stained glass window in a church
Rose window, Waltham Abbey church
Rose window, Waltham Abbey church
three people are standing in front of a house
Woodbine - Waltham Abbey, Essex - c1960
Woodbine - Waltham Abbey, Essex - c1960
a stone bridge over a small stream in the middle of a lush green field with tall grass
Waltham Abbey Stone Bridge
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a stone wall next to a grassy field with a person walking in the distance behind it
Waltham Abbey on a sunny day #nofilter
a tall tower with a clock on it's side in the middle of town
Publications from Great British Life: Hertfordshire Life
Waltham Cross ~ At the heart of Waltham Cross is the Eleanor Cross, built between 1291 and 1294 by order of King Edward I in memory of his queen, Eleanor of Castile. The queen died in Harby in Nottinghamshire on November 28 1290, aged 49, and was buried at Westminster Abbey on December 17. Twelve crosses bearing images of Eleanor were erected in remembrance of where her body stopped overnight during the funeral cortege’s journey.
an old poster advertising the railway
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Waltham Abbey - Frank Newbould (1929)
an old poster with trees and buildings in the background
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Waltham Abbey by tram - F Gregory Brown (1916)
a grave in the middle of a grassy field
King Harold's Grave. Waltham Abbey Legend has it that after his death at the Battle of Hastings in 1066, Harold's body was brought to Waltham for burial near to the High Altar. Today, the spot is marked by a stone slab in the churchyard (originally the site of the high altar prior to the Reformation).