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The great storm of 2013
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shimmysister


Posts: 125
Joined: Aug 2011
Post: #1
28-10-2013 11:25 AM

We are up by Blythe Hill fields and were expecting it to be bad up here as it is so exposed! It ended up being quite calm up here and very little impact from the wind. How did the rest of the area get on?

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Codrington Brill


Posts: 66
Joined: Mar 2012
Post: #2
28-10-2013 01:35 PM

.... although a large ~10 metre wide section of wall has collapsed on to the pavement at Gladiator Street. Hopefully it happened very early this morning and no-one was hurt.

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Littlebelka


Posts: 187
Joined: Mar 2010
Post: #3
28-10-2013 08:03 PM

there was tree uprooted at the bottom of Duncombe Hill. Shame I haven't took the camera with me.

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mcbain23


Posts: 32
Joined: May 2013
Post: #4
28-10-2013 09:02 PM

I grabbed a pic of the aforementioned wall on Gladiator St.. can you imagine the noise when this tumbled down!



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Cellar Door


Posts: 356
Joined: Oct 2007
Post: #5
29-10-2013 05:43 PM

Nothing on Woodcombe Crescent that I can see.

Except for a Bosch Fridge/Freezer sitting next to a tree near the junction of Devonshire Road.

I don't think it flew there with the help of the wind?

But if you are missing one, then I hope my location report helps you to be re-united with it.

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Sherwood


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Joined: Mar 2005
Post: #6
30-10-2013 07:46 AM

A lot of people got on the bus at Catford Bridge because the trains were not running.

This post was last modified: 30-10-2013 07:47 AM by Sherwood.

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