American Graffiti


Whilst waiting for the Allied invasion of Europe in 1944, the Americans were stationed in Thunderdell Wood, and left their mark.

The video tells the story…………………..

Thanks to Richard Gwilt.

 

 

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2 Responses to American Graffiti

  1. Keith Shaw says:

    The latter beech looks like it’s the Whomping willow (beech) in 2011 before it fell down

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    • johntrimmerbtconnectcom says:

      That is correct Keith. It was known as the Harry Potter tree from the film Goblets of Fire.
      See the write up on the Ashridge Timeline (click on the link on the banner line above)
      It is in year 2005.

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