Benfleet Creek?Norman Chisman's slides zoomIs this Benfleet Creek if not where is it.Author By Janet PennPage added 25/09/2012 Comments about this pageHello I’m sure this Benfleet creek looking south with one of Waterside cottages in the background. Regards SparrowBy sparrow (26/09/2012)Yes ~ definately the crossing looking towards CanveyBy Dave Bullock (26/09/2012)The sailing boat is a National 12 and on their boat database she is named as White Witch.John Manly had N394 called Nola and John Fisk had a National12 called Blue Moon don’t Know the number .Anyone know who owned White Witch Or what Blue Moon’s Number was? There is a Blue Moon on National12.org I am waiting to see if it was registered to John Fisk.By Jane parkin (16/03/2015) Add a comment about this pageYour email address will not be published.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 My name may be published alongside the comment on the website, but my e-mail address will not be published.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 Norman Chisman's Slides1 - Opening of the Dutch Cottage MuseumBarclays Bank and the LibraryBeach House RefreshmentsBenfleet Creek?Bohemia HallCanvey Gas WorksCanvey Junior SchoolCanvey Seafront 1905Chapman LighthouseExpress LaundryFairlop AvenueFlood 58th AnniversaryFurtherwick FarmGreat picture but where is itHaystack CornerHester's TowerHill Hall Farm and Dutch CottageInside the 1618 Dutch CottageLakeside new picturesLeigh Beck SchoolMore Chapman LighthouseOld Lady of CanveyOur Lady of Canvey and the English MartyrsSmall Gains CreekSmall Gains CreekSmall Gains FarmStation RoadSunset in HolehavenSutherland's FairThe Annie JonesThe Beach HouseThe Coastguard CottagesThe Dutch Cottage 1621The EstuaryThe King CanuteThe Kynoch Hotel - the last daysThe Lobster Smack Inn new pixThe Market Leigh BeckThe President SergentThe Red Cow and Village PumpThe Seawall post 1953The seawall pre 1953The VillageThe Village SchoolThe Welcome HutUnusual deliveryVillage PumpW ByronWaterside FarmWireless Hospital Share thisFacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedin
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Hello I’m sure this Benfleet creek looking south with one of Waterside cottages in the background. Regards Sparrow
Yes ~ definately the crossing looking towards Canvey
The sailing boat is a National 12 and on their boat database she is named as White Witch.
John Manly had N394 called Nola and John Fisk had a National12 called Blue Moon don’t Know the number .Anyone know who owned White Witch Or what Blue Moon’s Number was? There is a Blue Moon on National12.org I am waiting to see if it was registered to John Fisk.
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