Oxted in old picture postcards volume 1

Oxted in old picture postcards volume 1

:   Roger Packham
:   Oxted
:   Surrey
:   United Kingdom
:   978-90-288-3493-4
:   80
:   EUR 16.95 Incl BTW *

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Fragmenten uit het boek 'Oxted in old picture postcards volume 1'

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69. Hurst Green Halt, Oxted is shown here on a postcard published by M. Richardson, Post Office, Holland, Oxted and posted in 1937. The halt was formerly a wooden erection on the south side ofthe road and was opened on 1st1 une 1907. Re-sited and built in brick, the modem Hurst Green Station was opened in June 1961.

70. This postcard, posted in 1914, shows the wooden platforms of Hurst Green Halt and its gas lighting. Surrounded by farm land, the railway separates in the distance on its way to Edenbridge (left) and Lingfield and East Grinstead (right).

71. Richardson's postcard shows the Hurst Green Road on its way towards Oxted a year or so before the Great War. The furthest houses on the left are Nos. 2 and 4 and the white gable on the right belongs to Laleham Cottages built by pupils and friends in memory of Hannah Pipe in 1900. The photographer was standing on the corner of Mill Lane.

Ne"~ Holland, Oxted, Surrey.

72. The Hurst Green Road is shown looking away from Oxted in a Homewood postcard posted in 1907. Nunappleton Way has replaced the footpath on the left of the picture and the modem Bromford Close is on the right. The house second from the left was built in 1894.

73. Looking towards Hurst Green and Oxted, the gabled house on the .left is today on the corner of Nunappleton Way which leads to a footbridge over the railway. Holland Lane and the modem Hawthoms are both right hand turnings just outside of the photograph which was posted in 1917.

74. Comfort's Farm Cottage is photographed in 1913 for another Richardson postcard. The ivy has been removed but the cottage is still easily recognisable although there are no longer any timbers visible at the side. The cottage, which stands opposite The Hawthoms, may be older than the eighteenth century date attributed to it.


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1734 Holland. Oxted.

75. This charming tiled barn has disappeared from Holland but the single storey building furthest from the camera is easily recognisable as The Diamond public house. Gordon Smith of Stroud Green Road, London, published this postcard about 1906.

76. The Oxted and District Prize Band proudly displays its trophy and instruments on a postcard published by W. Suter about 1920. Brass bands were a feature ofvillage life locally and postcards exist of other bands at Caterham and Whyteleafe.

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