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Historic pictures: Chesham Museum.

yourChesham takes a nostalgic look at a bygone time and asks our ‘older’ readers, do you remember when Chesham looked like this…?

Crowds gather in Chesham Broadway for the Chesham coronation festivities with the Band, June 22, 1911.

Photograph courtesy of the Rev. Pam Bayliss.

Armistice Day 2009 was well attended, with people gathering in Chesham Broadway to pay their respects to service men and women who have lost their lives in conflicts past and present.

The river Chess as it looked in Waterside, Chesham in

1880. Courtesy of Ray East and Peter Hawkes.

Christ Church still looks over the river Chess. Today the broad expanse of river is divided by an island.

The river Chess, looking east, from outside Christ Church

in Waterside. Courtesy of Ray East and Peter Hawkes.

30 yourChesham • April, 2010

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