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Banstead Village

Michael Shackel

Member of the Banstead History Research Group. Collector of local photographs and has an interest in war memorials.
Banstead Downs and Asylum A 1950s photo of Banstead Downs with the Mental Hospital in the background. At far right may be seen...
Park Farm Banstead - POW camp Park Farm, Holly Lane, Banstead — a photograph taken in early 1950s. The site is now substantially...
Banstead High Street From the 1950s, the High Street is not all that much changed from this view but now the tree in the ...
Banstead High Street High Street in the 1950s
Priory School, Banstead, staff and pupils The Priory School, staff and pupils 1935. Headmaster C S Poole in centre, his wife to his left. The ...
Priory School Banstead – Silver Jubilee The Priory School pageant 1935, to celebrate the Silver Jubilee. (1910-1935 KING GEORGE V & QUEEN MA...
Anti-tank gun pillboxes at Banstead Built in 1940, this pillbox has now generally been accepted as the largest anti-tank gun type built ...
Dancers at Greenacre School in Banstead Young dancers at Greenacre School c 1934/5. The girl in the middle is Mary Shackel – later expelle...
View of the Wembley Arch from Banstead 'On a clear day you can see forever . . . ' A late September 2010 view from Wilmot Way to the Wemble...
Banstead High Street (west end) As far as I can remember the Glass Works were behind the Stanley Bailey Coal Office. That means the...
Banstead Hall wide view A rather longer view of Banstead Hall than those already in the archive. Taken in the 1950s from the...
Oaktimbers - Lesleys Not all that changed today – except for the retailers. Taken in the 1950s, there is a great unifor...

Latest Pics

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