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CHURCH COBHAM BRIDGE, Cobham

Identifier: 17548 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

There were two ancient bridges in Cobham one of them being on the Portsmouth Road across the River Mole. Originally built as a wooden bridge for use in flood times only. It appears to have been b...

Bramble Wood, Cobham

Identifier: 18180 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

This wood lies at the northeast edge of pointers green. Rocque does not show woodland here, but shows an enclosure with two buildings at the edge of the road. Lindley and Crosley show buildings but...

The Lodge and Lodge Wood, Cobham

Identifier: 18181 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

This was the Lodge at the north entrance to Hatchford Park, which was severed from the rest of the estate by the construction of the M25. The woodland to the east of the Lodge appears to be seconda...

The Bogs: semi-ornamental woodland, Cobham

Identifier: 18182 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

This is a substantial area of semi-ornamental woodland, first labelled as such in 1876. The name on the OS map appears to apply only to the woodland northwest of Pointers Pond. The woodland to the ...

Peripheral Belt boundary, Cobham Park

Identifier: 18183 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

This first appears on the OS first edition of 1876, although the 1822 map shows a small belt at the west edge. At the south boundary it incorporates some Oak which pre-date it, but in general it co...

Icehouse, Cobham Park

Identifier: 18184 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

Disused icehouse in Cobham Park

“New Cut” channel, Downside Mill, Cobham

Identifier: 18177 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

This channel was cut by Alexander Raby in c.1800 to prevent water backing up at Downside Mill.

Downside Bridge, Cobham

Identifier: 18178 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

In 1415 Thomas Freke, presumably of Dudwicks (now Chesmore Farm) bequeathed 2s for repairing the bridge called Dounbrygge. There was a horse bridge here in about 1760, when the lord of the manor in...

Cobham Court Meadows: possibly medieval water meadows

Identifier: 18179 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

The meadows lie in front of Cobham Court farmhouse and today are largely open with hedges and isolated Willows only at the edges. At first sight there is no reference to the management of these mea...

Cobham cemetery, established in 1885

Identifier: 18176 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

Cemetery begun in 1885 at The Tilt on land donated that year by Charles Combe. Contains Victorian/early 20th century planting of conifers such as Wellingtonia. The boundary wall and chapel in red b...