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01, The Rising Sun, you can see Kemtons Pie Factory and Miss Tunbrdge's Tea Room, 1933.jpg
03, Anerwood Sports Ground behind The Rising Sun, you can see the cottages to the right, The houses on the bend remain today, 1928.jpg
04, Factories at Rising Sun, c1948.jpg
05, Upper Elmer End Rd 1922, just past Rising Sun towards Eden Park, The river is next to the last house before Asprey Mews.jpg
06, Kemptons Pie Factory, Upper Elmers End Road,1934..jpg
07, Kemptons Pie Factory outing, corner of Upper Elmers End rd, just down on same side as The Rising Sun, now flats,c1950.jpg
08, Side view of Kemptons Pie Factory, Upper Elmers End Road.jpg
09, Orchard Way leading down to Upper Elmers End Road,1971.jpg
10, Upper Elmers End Road at the entrance to Monks Orchard Mansion this would be opposite no 415 today.jpg
11, Ham Farm House, c1940.jpg
12, Ham Farm Walk, The sender of this card has written "this is a Nice walk", 1903.jpg
13, Ham Farm Walk, This small lane started beside the Rising Sun Pub, the alley way is still there today, 1906.jpg
14, Ham Farm, stood Woodmere Ave & Orchard Way, the farm cottages are stiill there today next to the Church in Elstian Way, c1905.jpg
15, Upper Elmers End Cottages, 1956.jpg
16, Upper Elmers End Cottages at Rising Sun, known as Loyds Cottages, 1954.jpg
17, Rising Sun outside cottages, c1905.jpg
18, The days of Green Shield Stamps at the garage Rising Sun, c1960s.jpg
19, The cottages in Upper Elmers End Rd that became the site of the garage, 1960s.jpg
20, Ron Stoneham's betting shop in Upper Elmers End Rd, 1960s.jpg
21, Looking down Upper Elmers End Rd from Holmhurst, Abbots Way on the left in the picture, 1962.jpg
22 The new Stonehams Garage replaced the cottages at The Rising Sun, c1969.jpg
23, The young Ron Stoneham outside his caf at Elmers End, Notice the poster for the 'Rink cinema' and the sign for 'Wild Woodbines' .jpg
24, The Rising Sun, 1962).jpg
25, Mr Tarbard the manager entertains at the Rising Sun, c1950.jpg
26, The Dutch team from Wageningen celebrates at the Rising Sun, The pub manager Mr Tarbard in dark suit with glass in hand is number 5 from the right in row 2, 1948.jpg
27, Latham's lorries line up at the back of Holmhurst at Rising Sun, c1949.jpg
28, Jane Fabb by the Upper Elmers End shops, 1980s.jpg
29, Chilver family outside the Eden Park farm cottages.jpg
30, Eden Park farm, The Rising Sun would be to the left, c1930's.jpg
31, Looking towards Elmers End in with the St James's stream and Eden Park farm on the right, the industrial estate at centre and the Rising Sun to the left, 1898.jpg
32, Map of Holly Lodge and Eden Park Farm.jpg
33, Holly Lodge (later Eden Park School) at the time of the Monks Orchard sale in 1920.jpg
34, Holly Lodge viewed from the Rising Sun when Upper Elmers End Rd was just a lane, c1905.jpg
35, Holly Lodge before demolition, 2002.jpg
36, Eden Park School netball court before demolition in 2002.jpg
37, Eden Park School classroom shortly before demolition, 2002.jpg
38, Eden Park School being demolished, 2002 .jpg
39, Eden Park School (now Asprey Mews) shortly before demolition, 2002.jpg
40, Eden Park School outside classrooms before demolition in 2002. You can just see the shops at The Rising Sun.jpg
41, Eden Park School kindergarden before demolition in 2002.jpg
42, Asprey Mews being built, 2003.jpg
43, Number 27 to 31 Aylesford Ave destroyed by a doodlebug.jpg
44, Aviemore Way's VE Day party.jpg
45, Newly built house in Upper Elmers End Rd, c1940s.jpg
46, Stanley Hamer's dispensary.jpg
47, Hillcrest View.jpg
48, Orchard Way leading down to Elmers End, 1971.jpg
49, Ron Stoneham Garage at the Rising Sun, now masters, May 1964.jpg
50, Cottages at Rising Sun, you can just see the houses in Abbotts Way, 1951.jpg
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01, The Rising Sun, you can see Kemtons Pie Factory and Miss Tunbrdge's Tea Room, 1933.jpg
03, Anerwood Sports Ground behind The Rising Sun, you can see the cottages to the right, The houses on the bend remain today, 1928.jpg
04, Factories at Rising Sun, c1948.jpg
05, Upper Elmer End Rd 1922, just past Rising Sun towards Eden Park, The river is next to the last house before Asprey Mews.jpg
06, Kemptons Pie Factory, Upper Elmers End Road,1934..jpg
07, Kemptons Pie Factory outing, corner of Upper Elmers End rd, just down on same side as The Rising Sun, now flats,c1950.jpg
08, Side view of Kemptons Pie Factory, Upper Elmers End Road.jpg
09, Orchard Way leading down to Upper Elmers End Road,1971.jpg
10, Upper Elmers End Road at the entrance to Monks Orchard Mansion this would be opposite no 415 today.jpg
11, Ham Farm House, c1940.jpg
12,  Ham Farm Walk, The sender of this card has written "this is a Nice walk", 1903.jpg
13, Ham Farm Walk, This small lane started beside the Rising Sun Pub, the alley way is still there today, 1906.jpg
14, Ham Farm, stood Woodmere Ave & Orchard Way, the farm cottages are stiill there today next to the Church in Elstian Way, c1905.jpg
15, Upper Elmers End Cottages, 1956.jpg
16, Upper Elmers End Cottages at Rising Sun, known as Loyds Cottages, 1954.jpg
17, Rising Sun outside cottages, c1905.jpg
18, The days of Green Shield Stamps at the garage Rising Sun, c1960s.jpg
19, The cottages in Upper Elmers End Rd that became the site of the garage, 1960s.jpg
20, Ron Stoneham's betting shop in Upper Elmers End Rd, 1960s.jpg
21, Looking down Upper Elmers End Rd from Holmhurst, Abbots Way on the left in the picture, 1962.jpg
22 The new Stonehams Garage replaced the cottages at The Rising Sun, c1969.jpg
24,  The Rising Sun, 1962).jpg
25, Mr Tarbard the manager entertains at the Rising Sun, c1950.jpg
26, The Dutch team from Wageningen celebrates at the Rising Sun, The pub manager Mr Tarbard in dark suit with glass in hand is number 5 from the right in row 2, 1948.jpg
27, Latham's lorries line up at the back of Holmhurst at Rising Sun, c1949.jpg
28,  Jane Fabb by the Upper Elmers End shops, 1980s.jpg
29, Chilver family outside the Eden Park farm cottages.jpg
30, Eden Park farm, The Rising Sun would be to the left, c1930's.jpg
31,  Looking towards Elmers End in with the St James's stream and Eden Park farm on the right, the industrial estate at centre and the Rising Sun to the left, 1898.jpg
32, Map of Holly Lodge and Eden Park Farm.jpg
33, Holly Lodge (later Eden Park School) at the time of the Monks Orchard sale in 1920.jpg
34, Holly Lodge viewed from the Rising Sun when Upper Elmers End Rd was just a lane, c1905.jpg
35, Holly Lodge before demolition, 2002.jpg
36, Eden Park School netball court before demolition in 2002.jpg
37, Eden Park School classroom shortly before demolition, 2002.jpg
38, Eden Park School being demolished, 2002 .jpg
39, Eden Park School (now Asprey Mews) shortly before demolition, 2002.jpg
40, Eden Park School outside classrooms before demolition in 2002. You can just see the shops at The Rising Sun.jpg
41, Eden Park School kindergarden before demolition in 2002.jpg
42,  Asprey Mews being built, 2003.jpg
43, Number 27 to 31 Aylesford Ave destroyed by a doodlebug.jpg
44, Aviemore Way's VE Day party.jpg
45, Newly built house in Upper Elmers End Rd, c1940s.jpg
46, Stanley Hamer's dispensary.jpg
47, Hillcrest View.jpg
48, Orchard Way leading down to Elmers End, 1971.jpg
49, Ron Stoneham Garage at the Rising Sun, now masters, May 1964.jpg
50, Cottages at Rising Sun, you can just see the houses in Abbotts Way, 1951.jpg
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