Doug Wall

Doug Wall

Posted on 01/24/2016


Photo taken on January 12, 1987


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Sundridge Hill, A228

Sundridge Hill, A228
I have an idea of what it’s currently like in parts of America at the moment. In England, the January 1987 snowfall was a very heavy lake-effect type snow event that affected the areas of East Anglia, South-East England and London between the 11th and 14th of January and was the heaviest snowfall to fall in that part of the United Kingdom since the winter of 1981/82. Over 50 cm (20 inches) of snow fell in parts of Kent, Essex, London and Surrey, with the North Downs just east of Maidstone, recording 75 cm (30 inches).

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Frank Roolooth
Frank Roolooth
Good winter shots Doug. I remember struggling my way homes from work when this snow hit us, a normal 12 minute journey by road took an hour and a half, and I was one of the lucky ones!
18 months ago.
Doug Wall has replied to Frank Roolooth
I worked in Westminster then. Commuting was ....long and painful! [I'm being polite].
18 months ago.