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Banstead Village

1910

St Mary's Church Burgh Heath Picture date unknown. Estimated at 1911 to 1920 Postcard owner: Banstead History Centre
Police Stations in Banstead High Street The original Police Station was known as Buff House station and can be seen on the left of the photo...
Salisbury Road Banstead Salisbury Road is at the eastern end of Banstead High street and the first few houses at the top of ...
The Mint - Park Road Banstead The Mint Public House on Park road Banstead at around 1910.
The Wheatsheaf Public House - Banstead The original Wheatsheaf Public House along Brighton Road Banstead. It's replacement was built next t...
Banstead High Street A photograph of about 100 years ago which would be rather difficult to take today, as one would prob...
Brighton Road This card, postmarked 1910, shows the view looking north, taken from roughly where the junction with...
Blind Lane Blind Lane ran north west from a point near the junction of Sutton Lane with Croydon Lane. It was al...
Croydon Lane How times have changed – the message on this 100 year old postcard says 'this lane is pretty but v...
Banstead High Street This card, looking east from the street outside the present–day Baptist Church, was posted in 1910...
room in Nork House? I have always thought that this was a picture of a room in Nork House. It was in Murray Dalziel's sc...
Gordon Colman This is a picture of Gordon Colman in 1910. It was in Murray Dalziel's scrapbook. The signature may ...

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