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Reigate, Redhill Road. Deerings Road is on the left. 1907. F. Frith & Co. Ltd.
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Jonathan Banks from Reigate posted this comment on Thursday 14 November 2019 17:16:38.

The road junction on left is the top over Deerings Road. The post on the left just passed that junction is the diagonal path that, on its northern side is the limit of the Great Doods estate. The path itself dates back to medieval times and is almost straight from, on the east, Doynings Leisure Centre to St Mary's Church, Chart Lane, Reigate. When the railway, from what is now Redhill Station (formerly Reigate Station) through to (now) Reigate Station (formerly Reigate Town Station) was constructed the footpath was diverted along the top of the cutting on the north side of the track and a footbridge built across the tracks to join up with the rest of the path on the southern side of the tracks.



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