Morris Ten saloon 1938

Morris Ten saloon 1938. Outside 'The Thatched Barn' hotel in Borehamwood Hertsfordshire. A hotel porter helps to unload the luggage from the boot for a woman guest and her party. The Thatched Barn was built in the 1930s and later bought by Billy Butlin. During World War Two it was a base for training spies and later it became associated with Elstree Film Studios and was used as a location for series such as 'The Saint' and 'The Prisoner' before being demolished in 1989.

Please note: This photo is printed from the original archive image and therefore may
contain the occasional imperfection and blemish.

Morris Ten saloon 1938

BMIHT Reference Number: C018760

Code: A155330

(c) British Motor Industry Heritage Trust

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