384th Bombardment Group (Heavy) in World War II

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Grafton Underwood Cottage and Phone Booth

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Grafton Underwood has a public phone, which is located close to the Royal Mail Post Office. Yes - that is a real thatched roof!
SIMON JELLEY, Wed Apr 13 2005: THAT WAS MY MOTHER AND FATHERS COTTAGE UP UNTIL 3 YEARS AGO. THEY MOVED TO STANION.

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