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Banstead Village

1930

The Lodge This is photograph of the Lodge come from the sales brochure of 1930. The property was purchased...
The Lodge Banstead = view from playing fields The Lodge as seen from from the playing fields at the back of the property. (from the 1930 Sales Bro...
The Lodge Banstead - the Hall The entrance hall of the Lodge. (from the 1930 Sales Brochure)
The Lodge Banstead The music / school room in the Lodge, Banstead. (from the sales brochure of 1930).
Tattenham Way 38 Tattenham Way with The Gallies (I believe) who owned the house when first built. His grandson wh...
Drift Bridge, first two shops This postcard dates from the 1930s (Note the vehicles). These were the first two shops built at Drif...
Drift Bridge, Epsom Downs This postcard dates from the 1930s. Note the description is 'Epsom Downs' rather than 'Drift Bridge...
Drift Bridge , early shops The first two shops at Drift Bridge, a postcard from the 1930s. Peacney and Co, and The Firtree Tea ...
Rose Hill School, The Gardens Rose Hill School, Banstead from a collection of postcards of the school. Date is estimated
Rose Hill School, Big School Room Rose Hill School, Banstead from a collection of postcards of the school. This one shows the big a...
Rose Hill School, Dining Hall Rose Hill School, Banstead from a collection of postcards of the school. The dining room where th...
Rose Hill School, A Dormitory Rose Hill School, Banstead from a collection of postcards of the school. The big and airy (cold) ...

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