Large oak tree at Stapleford Tawney, near Epping, struck by lightning on 28th of June, 1813, in field, trunk broken and top of the tree with leaves fallen on the side, small pieces scattered around in the field, further trees on each side of the background, the left ones behind fence. Etching
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