Caption for Datchworth, The Post Office And The Plough C1965:
The 17th-century post office stands at the corner of Bramfield Road and Mardlebury Road. It and the Plough beyond have today changed little since this photograph was taken. The telephone box is still in the same position, although a new brick-based post box has been installed, and goods for sale have now spilled out onto the pavement. Now, there is a low fence around of the Plough, which sells the finest Greene King beers. A parish notice board has been erected in the pillared garden of the next door cottage.
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