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Antidisestablishment March, Church Street, Reigate. 18th June 1913. Milton Studio.


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The Venture arriving at Reigate. 1908. F. Frith & Co. Ltd.


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Clarence Walk, Meadvale. 1910. Grady's Photo Series.

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Keith Lawless from REDHILL posted this comment on Wednesday 17 January 2018 09:09:51.

Happily the road is now tarmac! No parking restrictions now (no cars then). We live at no2 - the first on the left. The railings have gone, the porch roof remains. All in all, the view is remarkably similar, although houses were built on both sides beyond Meadvale Garage on the right. A new lamp post replaces the gas(?) example and now sits in front of the corner brick post - less chances of it being hit!



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Woodhatch Lodge. 1915. Unknown publisher.

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Elizabeth Walker from NSW, Australia posted this comment on Saturday 31 October 2015 01:43:00.

My ancestor was Butler here in 1901. Mrs Margaret Haywood was the owner then.



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Earlswood, Common Road. 1906. F. Frith & Co. Ltd.


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Deerings Road. Unknown date. Unknown publisher.


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Doods Road Post Office, Reigate.

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John Carr from Chester posted this comment on Sunday 01 August 2010 16:30:00.

My family, the Carrs, lived at no 44 Croydon Road. The picture shows the old Post Office in Doods Road. We used to go on bike rides and often visited Milly Brett and her sister who lived in the old shop. She used to sell stationary etc and still had the old wooden bowl shaped till. She gave me all the farthings which were still in the till even though they were out of circulation. She also gave us the old cart which used to be pulled by the family horse. The shop was a real time capsule....over forty years on I can still hear the old bell which rang whenever anyone entered!


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Alison Smith from Brighton posted this comment on Sunday 23 July 2017 14:57:10.

Does anyone know details of the former Bakery in the back garden of a house in Doods Road, Reigate?



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Earlswood incident by flying bomb. June 19th 1944. Windsor Spice Ltd.


"On the night of Monday, June 19th, the Borough suffered its heaviest blow from the (flying bombs) when ten people and a baby were killed at Earlswood and a number of others injured. The flying bomb was heard approaching, there was an outburst of gun fire from a battery to the south east and when this had ceased, the noise of the motor had gone. There was a swishing sound as the bomb dived to earth in the garden of a house at the angle of Earlsbrook Road and St. John's Road. The terrific force of the explosion demolished houses and shattered others, burying the unfortunate residents in the debris of their ruined homes. That night the rescue services and the medical units worked with unwearing energy and billiting officers strove to lessen the cruel disaster which had befallen the district."

The Borough in War Time, By Charles W. Preston.


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Jane Andrews from Petts Wood posted this comment on Thursday 31 March 2011 21:58:00.

My childhood home was built on the bomb site - 86 Earlsbrook Road. My parents bought it new in 1958, and stayed there until about 2004. The garden was full of broken peices of crockery from the bomb damage. I was always told that a child died in the bomb damage


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Steve Kulka from Redhill posted this comment on Sunday 19 June 2011 16:44:00.

This picture was taken from the front garden of 75, Earlsbrook Road. It was owned at that time by Olive Bish, Spinster. Died 1987.

The stables at the rear was for the hackney carriage horses. The stables were then extended to provide garaging for the motor taxi cabs.

The metal fence in the foreground is still there.



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The Common, Earlswood. 1910. W.C. Potter.


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New Pond, Redhill. Skating. 1912. Unknown publisher.


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