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Banstead Village

Ferndale Road - then and now
The Banstead Image Library
Ferndale Road - then and now

It’s VE Day in 1945 – and Banstead, like countless communities throughout the country, celebrates the end of hostilities in Europe. In this ‘before and after’ image, residents of Ferndale Road enjoy a full-on street party (top image) outside numbers 53 to 61. And, below, the same location in 2017. Another image to follow.
Picture added on 19 May 2017 at 10:42
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