001, Chessington Way, Bramley Road on left, c1945.jpg
01, A party at The Railway Hotel with publican P Ball, 1907.jpg
02, Hawes Lane, 1930.jpg
03, The opening of the West Wickham branch of the fire station in Glebe Way in 1939.jpg
04, Glebe Way, 1939.jpg
05, Shops in Glebe Way, 1961.jpg
06, Glebe House, 1946.jpg
07, The Rectory later became Glebe House, when the road was built it was named Glebe Way, 1909.jpg
08, The bottom of Corkscrew Hill, 1943.jpg
09, Thatched Cottage at the top of Corkscrew Hill, c1950s.jpg
10, Corkscrew Hill, 1934.jpg
11, Corkscrew Hill, 1915.jpg
12, Corkscrew Hill was called Rectory Hill, the Rectory is still there in Bencurtis Park, 1909.jpg
13, The bottom of Corkscrew Hill, 1940.jpg
14, Corkscrew Hill and the Bourne flood, 2001.jpg
15, Blake Recreation Ground was named after the local doctor, 1937.jpg
16, Blake Recreation Ground, 1933.jpg
17, Station Road, c1925.jpg
18, Beckenham Road, c1958.jpg
19, Beckenham Road, looking towards the Station, c1923.jpg
20, Wickham Chase, c1930.jpg
21, Sherwood Way, 1937.jpg
22, Sherwood Way, 1945.jpg
23, Wickham Court Road, juct Woodland Way, 1940.jpg
24, Wickham Court Road, originaly School Road, c1930.jpg
25, The Drive, 1940.jpg
26, The Grove, 1948.jpg
27, The Avenue, c1937.jpg
28, Pine Avenue, 1945.jpg
29, Links Road, 1937.jpg
30, Ravenswood Avenue, c1956.jpg
31, Ravenswood Road, 1937.jpg
32, Chesnut Avenue, 1960.jpg
33, Woodland Way, c1920s.jpg
34, Woodland Way, c1920s.jpg
35, Woodland Way, 1954.jpg
36, Woodland Way, 1914.jpg
37, The Grove, 1961.jpg
38, Arragon Gardens, c1935.jpg
39, Boleyn Gardens, Note the lantern shaped lamps, 1944.jpg
40, The rear of the house Oak Lodge.jpg
41, The gate lodge of Oak Lodge House.jpg
42, Red Lodge Rd, West Wickham, The Baths on left, 1985.jpg
44, Ann Bolyeyns Walk, Wickham Court.jpg
45, Wickham Court gates.jpg
46, Wickham Court, 1931.jpg
47, Wickham Court, 1932.jpg
48, Wickham Court.jpg
49, Glebe House on the right as you go up Corkscrew Hill, the oldest portion of the house is the left and dates back to 17th century, 1947.jpg
50, The Cowsheds at the back of The Rectory, WW.jpg
51, The Rectory, formerly Farm House, WW.jpg
52, Service Station, top of Wickham Court Road, 1973.jpg
53, Taken from Corkscrew Hill, c1905.jpg
54, The Swan, stocks tree and Miss Crittals Elm Cottage, 1905.jpg
55, Site of West wickham Swimming Baths, March 1966.jpg
56, West Wickham baths construction, January 1967.jpg
57, West Wickham Swimming Baths opening, November 1967.jpg
58, Looking up Corkscrew Hill from crossroads, Sparrows Den on left, c1905.jpg
59, Greenhayes School, top of Corkscrew Hill, 1972.jpg
60, Red Lodge.jpg
61, Wickham Green with The Old Leather Bottle beer house, the green was where the present Railway Inn is today, 1890.jpg
62, One of the cottages in Wickham Green, 1890.jpg
63, Cottage in Wickham Green, 1890.jpg
64, Wickham Green and Lane, 1890.jpg
65, Just past roundabout at The White Hart West Wickham looking towards Wickham Rd, c1979.jpg
66, Looking at The White Hart in West Wickham from the site of Riverside Walk, c1979.jpg
67, North Road, WW,1976.jpg
68, Beckenham Road, West Wickham, c1920.jpg
69, Roman Road, 60 Wickham Rd, 1950.jpg
70, Old Dolls sweet shop, Red Lodge Road, on site of present Baths car park, demolished 1962.jpg
72, looking over at Old Dolls Sweet Shop, now baths site, the building on the corner is a hairdressers, c1956.jpg
73, Entrance to Wickham Green, Wickham Green, Edward V11 coronation celebrations, 1902.jpg
74, Hawes Lane and Dukes Way, 1958.jpg
75, St Marys Church, The Avenue, April 1954.jpg
76, Site of West Wickham Swimming Baths in Station Road, c1953.jpg
80, Lecture Hall in Susex Rd, foundation stone laid by Miss Agnes McAndrew June 1934.jpg
81, Rose Cottage in Woodland Way, Bill Smith in the photo, the shed was obtained from Addington Palce where it had been used as a ward when it was a Military Hospital, c1923.jpg
82, Rose Cottage, c1922.jpg
83, The Manor House, owned by John Morice, in 1890 Mrs Thomset was living there, sold for development in 1922.jpg
84, West Wickham Flower Show on The Manor House Field, 1908.jpg
85, Blake Recreation Ground, 1954.jpg
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001, Chessington Way, Bramley Road on left, c1945.jpg
01, A party at The Railway Hotel with publican P Ball, 1907.jpg
02, Hawes Lane, 1930.jpg
03, The opening of the West Wickham branch of the fire station in Glebe Way in 1939.jpg
04, Glebe Way, 1939.jpg
05, Shops in Glebe Way, 1961.jpg
06, Glebe House, 1946.jpg
07, The Rectory later became Glebe House, when the road was built it was named Glebe Way, 1909.jpg
08, The bottom of Corkscrew Hill, 1943.jpg
09, Thatched Cottage at the top of Corkscrew Hill, c1950s.jpg
10, Corkscrew Hill, 1934.jpg
11, Corkscrew Hill, 1915.jpg
12, Corkscrew Hill was called Rectory Hill, the Rectory is still there in Bencurtis Park, 1909.jpg
13, The bottom of Corkscrew Hill, 1940.jpg
14, Corkscrew Hill and the Bourne flood, 2001.jpg
15, Blake Recreation Ground was named after the local doctor, 1937.jpg
16, Blake Recreation Ground, 1933.jpg
17, Station Road, c1925.jpg
18, Beckenham Road, c1958.jpg
19, Beckenham Road, looking towards the Station, c1923.jpg
20, Wickham Chase, c1930.jpg
21, Sherwood Way, 1937.jpg
22, Sherwood Way, 1945.jpg
23, Wickham Court Road, juct Woodland Way, 1940.jpg
24, Wickham Court Road, originaly School Road, c1930.jpg
25, The Drive, 1940.jpg
26, The Grove, 1948.jpg
27, The Avenue, c1937.jpg
28, Pine Avenue, 1945.jpg
29, Links Road, 1937.jpg
30, Ravenswood Avenue, c1956.jpg
31, Ravenswood Road, 1937.jpg
32, Chesnut Avenue, 1960.jpg
33, Woodland Way, c1920s.jpg
34, Woodland Way, c1920s.jpg
35, Woodland Way, 1954.jpg
36, Woodland Way, 1914.jpg
37, The Grove, 1961.jpg
38, Arragon Gardens, c1935.jpg
39, Boleyn Gardens, Note the lantern shaped lamps, 1944.jpg
40, The rear of the house Oak Lodge.jpg
41, The gate lodge of Oak Lodge House.jpg
42, Red Lodge Rd, West Wickham, The Baths on left, 1985.jpg
44, Ann Bolyeyns Walk, Wickham Court.jpg
45, Wickham Court gates.jpg
46, Wickham Court, 1931.jpg
47, Wickham Court, 1932.jpg
48, Wickham Court.jpg
49, Glebe House on the right as you go up Corkscrew Hill, the oldest portion of the house is the left and dates back to 17th century, 1947.jpg
50, The Cowsheds at the back of The Rectory, WW.jpg
51, The Rectory, formerly Farm House, WW.jpg
52, Service Station, top of Wickham Court Road, 1973.jpg
53, Taken from Corkscrew Hill, c1905.jpg
54, The Swan, stocks tree and Miss Crittals Elm Cottage, 1905.jpg
55, Site of West wickham Swimming Baths, March 1966.jpg
56, West Wickham baths construction, January 1967.jpg
57, West Wickham Swimming Baths opening, November 1967.jpg
58, Looking up Corkscrew Hill from crossroads, Sparrows Den on left, c1905.jpg
59, Greenhayes School, top of Corkscrew Hill, 1972.jpg
60, Red Lodge.jpg
61, Wickham Green with The Old Leather Bottle beer house, the green was where the present Railway Inn is today, 1890.jpg
62, One of the cottages in Wickham Green, 1890.jpg
63, Cottage in Wickham Green, 1890.jpg
64, Wickham Green and Lane, 1890.jpg
65, Just past roundabout at The White Hart West Wickham looking towards Wickham Rd, c1979.jpg
66, Looking at The White Hart in West Wickham from the site of Riverside Walk, c1979.jpg
67, North Road, WW,1976.jpg
68, Beckenham Road, West Wickham, c1920.jpg
69, Roman Road, 60 Wickham Rd, 1950.jpg
70, Old Dolls sweet shop, Red Lodge Road, on site of present Baths car park, demolished 1962.jpg
72, looking over at Old Dolls Sweet Shop, now baths site, the building on the corner is a hairdressers, c1956.jpg
73, Entrance to Wickham Green, Wickham Green, Edward V11 coronation celebrations, 1902.jpg
74, Hawes Lane and Dukes Way, 1958.jpg
75, St Marys Church, The Avenue, April 1954.jpg
76, Site of West Wickham Swimming Baths in Station Road, c1953.jpg
80, Lecture Hall in Susex Rd, foundation stone laid by Miss Agnes McAndrew June 1934.jpg
81, Rose Cottage in Woodland Way, Bill Smith in the photo, the shed was obtained from Addington Palce where it had been used as a ward when it was a Military Hospital, c1923.jpg
82, Rose Cottage, c1922.jpg
83, The Manor House, owned by John Morice, in 1890 Mrs Thomset was living there, sold for development in 1922.jpg
84, West Wickham Flower Show on The Manor House Field, 1908.jpg
85, Blake Recreation Ground, 1954.jpg
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