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Image number 3860
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Prestwick Twin Pioneer 5N - ABQ, 24th February 1963.
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Martin Bosma from Assen NL posted this comment on Thursday 16 November 2017 13:19:32.

I copied some film footage (ealy 1960's for this plane %N-ABQ in Nigeria) (ex Toolpusher Roel Fabriek). If somebody is interested I can provide a copy, The plane later crashed (1967) having lost one engine. Regards, Martin



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Image number 5698
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Walton Street, Walton on the Hill. 1920. A.J. Redford.
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alan Cooper from Guildford posted this comment on Wednesday 15 November 2017 12:50:55.

This is travelling towards the pond and Sandlands Road I believe, later on in 30s/40s, there would be shops including Chemist near by



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Image number 5693
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The Village, Walton. Unknown date. E. Skelton.
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Alan Cooper from Guildford posted this comment on Wednesday 15 November 2017 12:48:11.

Amazing as this remained the Village Post Office for so many years, through war and I seem to remember it still being there in 1980s



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Image number 5700
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The Pond, Walton on the Hill. 1905. A.J. Redford.
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Alan Cooper from Guildford posted this comment on Wednesday 15 November 2017 12:34:48.

Sandlands Road in background and no shops opposite then. Plenty of skating during the cold winters


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Alan Cooper from Guildford posted this comment on Wednesday 15 November 2017 12:37:13.

Sandlands Road in background and no shops opposite then. Plenty of skating during the cold winters



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High Street, Walton-on-Hill. Unknown date. Unknown publisher.
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Alan Cooper from Guildford posted this comment on Wednesday 15 November 2017 12:37:05.

On right with blind out was the butchers shop, note immediately on left the notice board for Congregational Church



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The Pond, Walton on the Hill. 1905. A.J. Redford.
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Alan Cooper from Guildford posted this comment on Wednesday 15 November 2017 12:34:48.

Sandlands Road in background and no shops opposite then. Plenty of skating during the cold winters


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Alan Cooper from Guildford posted this comment on Wednesday 15 November 2017 12:37:13.

Sandlands Road in background and no shops opposite then. Plenty of skating during the cold winters



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Kings Mill, South Nutfield. 1905. F. Frith & Co. Ltd.
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Derek Edward Burton from Shocks Green Cottage, Kings Mill Lane, posted this comment on Tuesday 14 November 2017 12:42:25.

I am trying to find out if Blunden Shadbolt was the Architect who designed the 1929 extension to my house and if he was involved prior to that in converting it back from a Kentish Clap boarded pair of cottages into it's Tudor origins and when it was originally built. It would be good to know anything more of it's history. Can you help please.



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Image number 5955
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St David's Reigate. Unknown date. Doyen Series.
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Philip Pegler from Worcester WR1 1RG posted this comment on Wednesday 09 January 2013 14:50:00.

These next 6 pictures show Spurgeons sports'fields where I was fully occupied 1939-49.By the time I left the lower (boys)field was so over used that we had to play football and cricket matches on the field by the pavilion.

Ironically in 1953/5 I was a fireman in Worcestershire and I saw a photo of a helicopter landing on our cricket pitch in The Fire Brigade Union magazine as by then the grounds were the property of The Surrey Fire Service.That picture was in consequence re printed in our Within Our Gates magazine.Is it possible to re-create that in this series?


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Beryl Allen Nee Brewer from Bexley North NSW Australia posted this comment on Friday 01 May 2015 09:36:00.

Hi Phillip. What "House" were you in? My Brother was Bernard Brewer. would you have known him?


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Debbie Timmins from New Malden posted this comment on Monday 19 June 2017 21:22:03.

My dad grew up in spurgeons children home in Reigate, from 1943 to 1954' The final year he moved to Birchington home. His name was Anthony (Tony) Preston and his brothers David and Robin and sister Sandra all lived there too. Does anyone remember my dad?


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Pamela Lee nee Mealin from Chelmsford. Essex posted this comment on Saturday 09 September 2017 14:10:00.

I was in Spurgeons Reigate 1942--1953 then at Birchington when the Homes moved there. Left 1955.happy times for me. Had good upbringing


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Anthony Popplewell from Now live in Spain posted this comment on Monday 13 November 2017 17:40:16.

I was at Reigate and Birchington from 1949 to 1957



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Nutfield Court. 1907. Unknown publisher.
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Mrs Patricia Norgate from Clacton on Sea Essex posted this comment on Monday 19 April 2010 15:16:00.

Ilived here in the seventies with my husband Stuart and daughter and the late Doris Norgate. Does anybody have any information about this property, past or present. Many thanks.


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John Barker from Nutfield posted this comment on Wednesday 01 December 2010 17:13:00.

After a few years as an annexe to East Surrey College, it became derelict. 12 years ago it was rebuilt into 6 terraced homes using the original windows and doors, surrounded by 7 acres of woods and lawns. I live there and like it!


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Mrs. Liz Adams from Glasgow posted this comment on Sunday 05 November 2017 11:34:25.

I used to stay there in the early 1950's with my Aunt and Uncle. At the time it was owned by Fullers Earth and rented to senior members of staff. Their part of the house contained the main hall which was panelled and contained the wonderful bay window. Some years ago I found the history but it now seems to have vanished.



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Image number 632
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Part of the fifth form at Bishop Simpson Church of England School, Redhill,
using the AutoTutor teaching machine.
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Susan Edes nee Pavey from Wymondham Norfolk posted this comment on Friday 07 July 2017 18:42:10.

I am in the photo, Tomorrow's World BBC Science Programme filmed us for inclusion in one of the TV programmes as this was groundbreaking technology in a newly built Secondary School in the UK.


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Susan Edes from Wymondham, Norfolk posted this comment on Thursday 19 October 2017 22:52:15.

I would like to put a link to this photograph on the Facebook page: Memories of Bishop Simpson School, Redhlll as other old girls mention these Autoteach machines and Tomorrow's World visit. Please advise if I can link the photo to that page? Many thanks, much appreciated, Sue Edes


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Paul Walters from Reigate posted this comment on Saturday 21 October 2017 08:08:00.

Hi Sue. you can't link to the image I'm afraid, but you can link to the page that the image is on. It's https://www.oldreigate.com/inde.php?goto=picture_632.



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