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Caption for Castor, Main Road C1955: Here we see the use of local stone for building. The Prince of Wales is a name chosen to honour many pubs, and is fitting for a Royal County. But alas, the name is lost; the pub is now the Feathers, and the road outside it has had a chicane installed to calm the hurrying motorists.

An extract from Peterborough Photographic Memories.

Memories of Castor

We scattered some of my father's ashes here in March 2013. He was Arthur Benjamin Wyldbore, b 1921. His family was from Castor and Ailsworth and though he was born in London in 1921, he spent a lot of time with his grandparents and aunts and uncles in Castor and Peterborough. They were Wyldbores, Parkers, Carters, Browns. Milton Ferry Bridge is still a very lovely place, over the River Nene.

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