Letterbox removal

PUBLISHED: 13:28 03 May 2007 | UPDATED: 15:05 12 May 2010

The pool on Therfield Heath in the mid-1930s

The pool on Therfield Heath in the mid-1930s

THE last Victorian letterbox in Royston was removed from the corner of Melbourn Road and Mill Road in May, 1975. In a report in The Crow it was described as suffering from an advanced age , and it was said to have served rather more than its generation

THE last Victorian letterbox in Royston was removed from the corner of Melbourn Road and Mill Road in May, 1975.

In a report in The Crow it was described as "suffering from an advanced age", and it was said to have served "rather more than its generation".

A new letterbox was being erected in Melbourn Road near the junction with Stamford Avenue.

There were reports, too, that a postbox in Serby Avenue and one in Newmarket Road had been vandalised.


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