A collection of images from the archives of Surrey History Centre.

Farnham, West Street looking east, 1909, Photographic Survey and Record of Surrey no. 3892

Farnham, West Street looking east, 1909, Photographic Survey and Record of Surrey no. 3892

Farnham, courtyard near premises (Darracott's Confectioners), High Street. Horse drawn delivery van can also be seen, 1909 Photographic Survey and Record of Surrey no. 4227

Farnham, courtyard near premises (Darracott’s Confectioners), High Street. Horse drawn delivery van can also be seen, 1909
Photographic Survey and Record of Surrey no. 4227

Farnham, Castle Street, 1909 Photographic Survey and Record of Surrey no. 4230

Farnham, Castle Street, 1909
Photographic Survey and Record of Surrey no. 4230

Farnham, Castle Street, 2007 Image: Richard Purkiss SU839468

Farnham, Castle Street, 2007
Image: Richard Purkiss

Farnham, 74 and 75 Castle Street, 1909 Photographic Survey and Record of Surrey no. 4232

Farnham, 74 and 75 Castle Street, 1909
Photographic Survey and Record of Surrey no. 4232

Farnham, Andrew Windsor almshouses in Castle Street, 1929 Photographic Survey and Record of Surrey no. 8701

Farnham, Andrew Windsor almshouses in Castle Street, 1929
Photographic Survey and Record of Surrey no. 8701

Farnham, Andrew Windsor almshouses in Castle Street, 2007  Image: Richard Purkiss

Farnham, Andrew Windsor almshouses in Castle Street, 2007
Image: Richard Purkiss


2 Responses to Farnham: From the archives…

  1. my grand father”Harry Farr” was a coal man for “Taylor and Andersons” my mother was born in farnham and she married a william allen from aldershot, i,d like to know if their are any farrs left in farnham

  2. Julie Paxton says:

    My Grandfather Thomas Wilkes and his business partner ran a men’s tailors and outfitters in Farnham I believe in the 1930/40’s The shop was known as ……. and Wilkes I think it was in East street Does anyone have memories of this or the missing name please ? He and his wife Helena had two daughters Violet and Enid

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