A helping handand the cat came too zoomDo you know where this is and who is the lady being rescued?Author By Janet PennPage added 23/02/2013 Comments about this pageI am sure this is my mum!!!! Nellie Freemantle, we lived down North Ave when the floods hit.By Vi Thorne (04/05/2016)Hi Vi my name is Valerie Was Capon..I remember Auntie Nellie and as children you and I would play together. My dad was Arthur Capon.By Valerie Baldry (02/01/2021) Add a comment about this pageYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Your comment:Name * Email * I consent to my name and e-mail address being stored along with this comment, and to the website editors communicating with me by e-mail about the comment if necessary. My name may be published alongside the comment on the website, but my e-mail address will not be published. My information will not be shared with any third party (see our Privacy Statement - opens in a new window). * Δ Photos1 February 1953 8am1953 Flood1953 Flood 63rd Anniversary1953 Flood pictures3rd February 19539yr Old EvacueeA Helping HandA helping handA sign of the timesAerial Flood pictureAerial photo of the floodAerial View of Flooded CanveyAnxious WaitAnyone recognise where this is?Army to the rescue 1953Bringing the sandbagsCanvey Flood PictureCanvey Point?Canvey?Carol Good's Flood PhotosChambers and GreengladesCleaning up after the floodCuppa and ComfortDave King EntertainsDo you recognise these wet gardens?Drying Off 1953During the flood but where??Echo Flood PhotosEssex Police Museum PhotosFletchers and ShillumsFlood 58th AnniversaryFlood Aerial Photo Smallgains AreaFlood photos but where?Flooded Canvey From the AirFred's Flood FotosFred's Flood Fotos.Haulage Business to the RescueIn front of the Red Cow 1953Inspecting the damageIs this Canvey?James and Daisy Ross-WilksJones' and the FloodKeep the sandbags comingKorndyke RoadLakeside Corner 1953Leigh Beck areaLong Road 1953Looking NorthLord Mayor of London Sir Rupert de la BereMabel Lewis being rescuedMiracle Baby photoMolly Redman collection of flood photos.Mr and Mrs Stanley MartinNew flood photoNew Flood PhotosNew Flood PicNew Flood PictureNew rare 1953 flood picturesNorman's Flood PhotosNorth AvenueNot seen beforeOn TowPat Thain cleaning up after 1953 floodPC Pilgrim and Judy TaggartPets need rescuing tooPhoto of my house in the floodsPolice CheckpointQuacking Good LiftRAF Bomb disposal and the sandbagsRebuilding the WallsReg StevensRenamed King CanuteRepairing the breachesRescuedRiverside Cafe 1953Safe and soundSafe At LastSandbags, sandbags and more sandbagsSeawall Repair TeamShops in the FloodSilent StreetSoldiers to the rescueSouth West from Kollum RoadTelephone Exchange Oxford RoadThameside Crescent 1953The 1953 Flood.The Air Minister- Walks in the mud- at Canvey..The Alouette's roll in the RescueThe Army to the rescueThe FloodThe Long Trek to SafetyThe Nevada Road Area after the FloodThe Police at workThe Queen Mother visiting one of the rescue centresThe Red Cow pub in 1953Three Aerial photosThree new aerial photosThree new flood picturesTo Lost School FriendsTwo aerial PicturesTwo New Flood PhotosTyserville on Gafzelle Drive during the floodsUnloading SandbagsVic BarnesView from the Admiral JellicoeWaiting for newsWaiting to be evacuatedWater Water everywhereWet HomecomingWhere abouts is thisWhere are these photos taken?Where it all beganWhere was this takenTerry Sullivan's Flood Photos Share thisFacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedin
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I am sure this is my mum!!!! Nellie Freemantle, we lived down North Ave when the floods hit.
Hi Vi my name is Valerie Was Capon..I remember Auntie Nellie and as children you and I would play together. My dad was Arthur Capon.
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