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Workers at Kynoch's ammunition factory Corringham 1895 - 1920

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Kynoch’s of Birmingham set up their ammunition factory on the marshes to supply the British army in South Africa – it ended soon after the Armistice of the Great War. The site was called Kynoch Town, then Cory Town and now Coryton.

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17th Jan 2008 by Karen Davies

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