George W. Temperley and the bombardment of Scarborough in 1914 – A Guest Post by Ashleigh Jackson

23 March 1951 – Temperley can be seen to the far left ‘watching a flock of 250 Barnacle Geese and some Pink-footed Geese on the Solway Marshes’ Image courtesy of the ‘Natural History Society of Northumbria (NHSN) Archive

23 March 1951 – Temperley can be seen to the far left ‘watching a flock of 250 Barnacle Geese and some Pink-footed Geese on the Solway Marshes’
Image courtesy of the ‘Natural History Society of Northumbria (NHSN) Archive

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