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I turned around, with my back to the train station, to take a picture of what would have been St. Augustine's Back (from the street the red van is leaving to the road to the left at the far end), where Letitia Fussell was a Milliner. I think that the building behind the van (white with blue trim) is #1 St. Augustine's Place, where Miss Fussell (probably "aunt Fussell") lived in 1830. Some of these buildings were there then, but I'm not sure which. Lady Huntingdon's Chapel, where the Fussells and Slades worshipped was around the corner at the far end of the Back.
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