Item AUD 97/32/r1 - Talk by Tom Sands

Talk by Tom Sands, part 1 of 3 Talk by Tom Sands, part 2 of 3 Talk by Tom Sands, part 3 of 3

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AUD 97/32/r1


Talk by Tom Sands


  • 1 Oct 1997 (Creation)

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1 sound recording

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Content: Public talk by John Sands on the development of Wells-next-the-Sea from mid C19th to early C20th, with discussion about its residents, industries and the Wells and Fakenham railway.
Recording location: Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England, UK
Performer(s)/contributor(s): Tom Sands (speaker, male)
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There is no public access to the original recording because of preservation reasons. All access is provided using copies. Accessible online.

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Rights are reserved. Contact NRO for details.

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Duration: 1 hr. 03 min. 54 sec.
Location of recording on physical carrier(s): AUD 97/32 side 1 to side 2
Playback mode: stereo

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Digitised. Copy/copies accessible in NRO searchroom and online. Copies also held by British Library for the purposes of preservation and online access. British Library ref. UNRO003/32 S1-S2.

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Digitised and catalogued by the Norfolk Record Office, in its capacity as the East of England hub for the Unlocking Our Sound Heritage (UOSH) project, funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund, 2018-2022.

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