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Banstead Village

Houses (Other)

Those properties that cannot be considered historic in the sense that Garratts Hall and Nork House are.
Tattenham Way 38 Tattenham Way with The Gallies (I believe) who owned the house when first built. His grandson wh...
38 Tattenham Way snowfall 38 Tattenham Way - Feb 2009 - heavy snowfall - the house differs from the origional 1930's photo as ...
Burgh Heath. - view from the Post Office Burgh Heath. The view from the Post Office. (circa 1920s)
Little Burgh House on the Reigate Road This view shows Little Burgh House on the Reigate Road close to its junction with the Brighton Road....
Winkworth Cottage Banstead High Street Does anyone have a photo of Winkworth Cottage which as far as I am aware was adjacent to Victoria ho...
Winkworth Cottage Banstead Winkworth Cottage in the 1930s as shown in the brochure advertising the tea rooms.
Winkworth Cottage Tea lounge Winkworth Cottage, known as the Old Cottage. The picture is of the Tea Lounge. Mrs. Percy Redknap...
Winkworth Cottage lounge and bread oven Winkworth Cottage - The Tea Lounge showing the bread oven.
Winkworth Cottage - The Hall Winkworth Cottage - The Hall showing the staircase. The picture comes from an old brochure which ad...
Winkworth Cottage old advert An advertisement from the Banstead Quartery, advertising the Old Cottage which served Devonshire Tea...
Burgh Heath cottages Burgh Heath cottages. circa 1900
Ye Old House, Chipstead This card, postmarked 18th Oct 1904, is titled as above. Has anyone knowledge of the house and its l...

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The boys meet the bobbiesAberdour School Scout TroopThe Drive Banstead (View of London)Aberdour School Scout GroupGarratts Hall shortly before demolitionBanstead Boys Cricket TeamQueueing for the wine - or so they thought...Banstead Road 100 years+ agoMethodist Sunday SchoolColcokes Road under construction