National Geographic : 1937 May
THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE IN BEKONSCOT, ONE MAN WAS ABLE TO BUILD A WHOLE CHURCH Complete with stained glass, flying buttresses, and Celtic cross is this real stone "minster," the work of the head gardener. Organ and choir music is electrically relayed from records. () INational geographicc society rinlay rnotograpns oy is. A\ntnony atewart A YOUTHFUL GULLIVER CONTROLS "TRAFFIC" Tiny shops and offices are ranged along both sides of High Street. Many stores bear the names of Beaconsfield shopkeepers. The street surface is made of nonskid, cast-iron blocks.