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OLDMILL BRIDGE, River Lane, Fetcham

Identifier: 17547 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

From documentary evidence c. 1930 there is mention of an attractive timber footbridge near Randalls Park, a mile and a half northwest of Leatherhead. Known as Oldmill Bridge, it is of no age but a...

16 LINKFIELD LANE, Redhill

Identifier: 10015 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

Late 16th century small timber framed cottage with painted brick filling and thatched roof. 2 storeys, 2 windows, 19th century casements. Projecting brick and stone chimney at left end. Square fr...

Second World War Home Guard Huts and Ack-Ack Gun Placement, Stag Hill , Guildford

Identifier: 6012 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

Demolition of the remains of the Home Guard huts at Guildford Cathedral, to make way for the construction of a landscaped planted area. The huts were used during the Second World War when there wa...

(site of) BROOKLANDS FARM HOUSE, Brooklands Lane, Weybridge

Identifier: 7441 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

Farm house. 16th century with 17th century, early 18th century and 20th century alterations. Timber framed with red brick cladding on rendered base, rendered and weatherboarded to rear. Plain ti...

61 SOUTH STREET, Epsom

Identifier: 7609 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

Site of a former early 18th century building of historic interest. The building at No 61, South Street was an early C18 house with a modern front. It was rendered and had a double pitched slate roo...

Site of Smock Mill, Outwood Common

Identifier: 2525 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

A smock mill, one of a pair of mills at Outwood, founded on a sandstone outcrop in the Weald, the hill so formed affords a good place to site windmills. The post mill (HER 252), was built in 1665 b...

LITTLE LULLENDEN, Lingfield

Identifier: 17651 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

House. This is marked on the 1st edition OS 6" map but the modern edition shows housing covering the location, together with that of a property called Selbys. It was originally part of the Billes...

Second World War Air raid shelter, Banstead Heath

Identifier: 16221 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

Structure above ground demolished after the Second World War, foundations grassed over being capped and sealed.

BRAMLEY PARK HOUSE & GARDENS, Bramley

Identifier: 16621 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

The house of Bramley Park was built in 1837 for the Ricardo family but demolished in 1951. Between 1848 and 1868 the Jekyll family lived here and Gertrude later wrote about her formative years lear...

DENBIES (DEMOLISHED), Ranmore Common

Identifier: 14739 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

Farmhouse alleged to have been tenanted by farmer named Denby. It has also been known as Denbighs. Jonathan Tyers, owner of Vauxhall Gardens in London, converted it into a modest, two-storey Geor...