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Outlook from Fynevue
The Fynevue Chronicles detail selected memorable events of the author, but more importantly provide an in-depth evolving study of Public Services infrastructure and its fascinating history.
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The author was born near a ford over the river Roach on Michaelmas Day in the year that the Mini car was first produced.  He lives in Fynevue bungalow, so named because the outlook was once onto open land.

  • Michaelmas Day is the Feast Day of  St.Michael, Archangel and caster-out of Satan, dragon combatant and patron of soldiers, horses and high places. 
  • The editor of The Times from 1878 to 1884 was Thomas Chenery, a former Professor of Arabic at Oxford.

The Fynevue Chronicles (Archive)
The Fynevue Chronicles (Archive)
The Fynevue Chronicles (Archive) details selected memorable events of the author from the 1960s through to the 2010s...
Fynevue Traces the History of...

The Public Services:

The Telephone Service The Post Office The Electricity Service
The Fynevue Chronicles provide an in-depth evolving study of Public Services infrastructure and its fascinating history.

E n g i n e e r i n g  E x c e l l e n c e
Engineering Excellence
Engineering Excellence looks at architectural wonders and engineering solutions on a grand scale...
   
Publishing

Fynevue Formatting is the in-house name for typesetting the author's range of books. The My GPO Family series is produced via Light Straw Publications (LSP).

Priory Park: Volume 1
A colourful (A5) booklet illustrating the beautiful gardens, flowers and landscapes of Prittlewell Priory (Park) in Southend on Sea, Essex.
   

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