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The former Cinema, Gretna

As you walk round the town of Gretna today you will see much of the architecture dates from the same period in the early 20th century. During World War I Gretna was rebuilt as a dormitory town HM Gretna, the munitions factory that was built nearby. This was the cinema, it was open in 1916 and could seat 750 people. Map location.

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