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Wicken c1880

Wicken Data

Mike Petty's Wicken Scrapbook

Mike Petty’s Scrapbook:

https://archive.org/details/WickenScrapbook/mode/2up

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The Natural History of Wicken Fen ed. J S Gardiner and A G Tansley pub. Cambridge 1923

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The legend of Black Shuck is especially associated with Wicken and  was believed to pad along Spinney Bank. In fact there are reports of a large ghostly black dog from all over East Anglia.

 

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