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Amy's cottage

The plaque on the chimney says 'The Aviator Amy Johnson lived here 1937-1938'. A pioneer, record breaker and heroine. Amy died in 1941 flying for the ATA after bailing out into the Thames estuary.

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Amy's cottage looks rather charming!
It's a beautiful old cottage John... does Amy still live there!... just kidding grin....petersmile
I guess that i should have read your caption before commenting!... i only open my mouth to exchange feet Johnsmile....petersmile
John Prior: I like the thought of just opening mouth to exchange feet, must remember that, thank you sir smile
I bet she had huge roaring fires to keep her warm if the size of the chimney is anything to go by.
A fascinating subject nicely presented as always!
Delightful cottage. She was a true pioneer and a very brave woman
A lovely old cottage John and great sky!
What a magnificent old cottage.
Nice house! The light makes it more beautiful!
Have a nice day.

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