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001, White Hart Public House, now Kentucky Fried Chicken drive in.jpg
01, The Swan Hotel and Stocks Tree, 1917.jpg
02, The Swan, Yew Tree Cottage was a Post Office then, The other PO was near The White Hart, 1906.jpg
03, The Swan, 1957.jpg
04, A Drayman delivers at The Swan, 1940.jpg
05, The High Street with Stocks Tree on left, 1920.jpg
06, The Swan with Stocks Tree on left, 1930.jpg
07, The High Street, c1950s.jpg
08, The High Street,The Swan on Left, No Glebe Way then, c1920..jpg
09, At traffic lights, over the road from Post Office, 1960.jpg
10, Yew Tree Cottage, note the Regal Cinema advert is for Bright Eyes Featuring Shirley Temple, 1934.jpg
100, Wickham Court, looking over at Swan Pub, 1905.jpg
11, Westminster Bank on corner of The Grove, 1938.jpg
12, National Provincial Bank on corner of Ravenswood Ave, now used as a Building Society, c1936.jpg
13, The Plaza was built in 1933, it became The Odeon in 1939 and The Gaumont in 1951.jpg
14, Vine Cottage on left, now a barbers shop, 1914.jpg
15, Vine Cottage on left, Swan at the end, no Glebe Way yet, c1905.jpg
16, On the left is The Post Office, now Diwana Curry House, On the next Corner was Mayes Cottage, Now Killicks, 1905.jpg
17, On left is The Hall_s gardeners cottage, It was pulled down to make stables, now M&S, 1914.jpg
18, Gardeners Cottage of Wickham Hall in High St, 1905.jpg
19, The Hall, The rear garden, The man seated is possibly Mr Melling the owner, c1906.jpg
20, This is Wickham Hall on left just past Kent Rd, 1905.jpg
21, The High Street, 1905.jpg
22, The High Street, c1950s.jpg
23, The High Street, c1950s.jpg
24, The High Street, early 1960s.jpg
25, The High Street, c1960s.jpg
26, The High Street, note Boots on the right, 1958.jpg
27, The High Street, 1958.jpg
28, Ribbon Cottage, was next to Lloyds Bank on corner of Sherwood Rd demolished 1931, 1888.jpg
29, Butlers Lodge of Wickham House, was on the site where The Grove is now, c1889.jpg
30, Wickham House, c1889.jpg
31, Plaza Wickham closed, Boots now on the site.jpg
32, West Wickham High Street, 1973.jpg
33, High Street, on the right is where Marks & Spencer is today, 1924.jpg
34, High Street, c1956.jpg
35, The pond at Pond Cottage that was adjacent to the White Hart, 1907.jpg
36, The White Hart, 1907.jpg
37, White Hart, 1926.jpg
38, Pond House was first built in 1756, it was called The Kings Arms, White Hart built in 1820. 1924.jpg
39, The Pond at Pond Cottages, 1926.jpg
40, The White Hart was rebuilt in 1910, a main feature was The Dove Cote, 1918.jpg
41, The White Hart, Tea Rooms and Pond House, 1923.jpg
42, Pond House, c1900.jpg
43, The Pond at The White Hart was filled in to make way for a car park, 1962_.jpg
44, White Hart with pond.,In the late 60s the publican was Mr Hart. c1954.jpg
45, Looking down towards The White Hart, you can see Pond Cottage, c1920s.jpg
46, White Hart, you can see Pond Cottage Tea Rooms, 1920.jpg
47, The White Hart, 1969.jpg
48, The Wheatsheaf on right, c1900.jpg
49, Yates Tea Room, the rear garden, After its demolition the Library was built on the site, 1912.jpg
50, Unigate Depot yard, now Marks and Spencer, 1985.jpg
51, Unigate Dairy and Showels Record Shop, Now Marks and Spencer, West Wickham, 1985.jpg
52, Marks & Spencer being built, 2003.jpg
53, Marks & Spencer being built, 2003.jpg
54, Flats in Braemar Gardens being built, 2002.jpg
56, The Plaza in West Wickham, The End, Closed 1957.jpg
57, Rear view of Wickham House, corner of Wickham Court Rd and High St, 1975.jpg
58, Kismet Cafe, corner of Surrey Rd and High St, 1976.jpg
59, High St, Swan right, stocks tree on left.jpg
60, Corner of Grosvenor Road and West Wickahm High St, 1972.jpg
61, Unigate Dairy, formerly Wickham Hall stables (Now Marks & Spencer,1976.jpg
62, High St looking over to where Diwana is now.jpg
63, Grammar Printers, Kent Road (now Marks and Spencer, 1976.jpg
64, Unigate Dairy Yard, 1976.jpg
65, Constuction of Glebe Way, 1956.jpg
66, Glebe Way opening, 1956.jpg
67, Harman's, High St West Wickham, c1880.jpg
68, Outside The Wheatsheaf, c1989.jpg
69, Showells Record shop, high St West Wickham, c1979, now Marks and Spencer.jpg
70, West Wickham High, 1950.jpg
71, West Wickham lower High Street, c1905.jpg
72, Bomb damage in West Wickham High St, 1940.jpg
73, Looking from behind damaged building, 1940.jpg
74, The stocks Tree West Wickham, note the extension on the end of The Swan, c1800s.jpg
75, Cottage in High St, in the 50s it was Shipleys the Vets, building on left was Sparrows Motors.jpg
76 High St, just past The Swan,early 1900s.jpg
77, Sockbridge Store, corner of Grosvenor Rd, c1940s.jpg
78, Ida Stockbridge in store, she died in 1955 and the shop was sold.jpg
79,-Vine-Cottage-on-left-was-lived-in-by-Mrs-Birnside.jpg
80, Yates Tea gardens at Yew Tree Cottage, c1900s.jpg
81, Opening up of Glebe Way looking from High St, 1956.jpg
82, Kent and Surrey Fireplaces, owned by Rick, Ray and Pat Lotto, c 1976.jpg
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00000000000000001.jpg
001, White Hart Public House, now Kentucky Fried Chicken drive in.jpg
01, The Swan Hotel and Stocks Tree, 1917.jpg
02, The Swan, Yew Tree Cottage was a Post Office then, The other PO was near The White Hart, 1906.jpg
03, The Swan, 1957.jpg
04, A Drayman delivers at The Swan, 1940.jpg
05, The High Street with Stocks Tree on left, 1920.jpg
06, The Swan with Stocks Tree on left, 1930.jpg
07, The High Street, c1950s.jpg
08, The High Street,The Swan on Left, No Glebe Way then, c1920..jpg
09, At traffic lights, over the road from Post Office, 1960.jpg
10, Yew Tree Cottage, note the Regal Cinema advert is for Bright Eyes Featuring Shirley Temple, 1934.jpg
100, Wickham Court, looking over at Swan Pub, 1905.jpg
11, Westminster Bank on corner of The Grove, 1938.jpg
12, National Provincial Bank on corner of Ravenswood Ave, now used as a Building Society, c1936.jpg
13, The Plaza was built in 1933, it became The Odeon in 1939 and The Gaumont in 1951.jpg
14, Vine Cottage on left, now a barbers shop, 1914.jpg
15,  Vine Cottage on left, Swan at the end, no Glebe Way yet, c1905.jpg
16, On the left is The Post Office, now Diwana Curry House, On the next Corner was Mayes Cottage, Now Killicks, 1905.jpg
17, On left is The Hall_s gardeners cottage, It was pulled down to make stables, now M&S, 1914.jpg
18, Gardeners Cottage of Wickham Hall in High St, 1905.jpg
19, The Hall, The rear garden, The man seated is possibly Mr Melling the owner, c1906.jpg
20, This is Wickham Hall on left just past Kent Rd, 1905.jpg
21, The High Street, 1905.jpg
22, The High Street, c1950s.jpg
23, The High Street, c1950s.jpg
24, The High Street, early 1960s.jpg
25, The High Street, c1960s.jpg
26, The High Street, note Boots on the right, 1958.jpg
27, The High Street, 1958.jpg
28, Ribbon Cottage, was next to Lloyds Bank on corner of Sherwood Rd demolished 1931, 1888.jpg
29, Butlers Lodge of Wickham House, was on the site where The Grove is now, c1889.jpg
30, Wickham House, c1889.jpg
31, Plaza Wickham closed, Boots now on the site.jpg
32,  West Wickham High Street, 1973.jpg
33, High Street, on the right is where Marks & Spencer is today, 1924.jpg
34, High Street, c1956.jpg
35, The pond at Pond Cottage that was adjacent to the White Hart, 1907.jpg
36, The White Hart, 1907.jpg
37,  White Hart, 1926.jpg
38, Pond House was first built in 1756, it was called The Kings Arms,  White Hart built in 1820. 1924.jpg
39, The Pond at Pond Cottages, 1926.jpg
40, The White Hart was rebuilt in 1910, a main feature was The Dove Cote, 1918.jpg
41, The White Hart, Tea Rooms and Pond House, 1923.jpg
42, Pond House, c1900.jpg
43, The Pond at The White Hart was filled in to make way for a car park, 1962_.jpg
44, White Hart with pond.,In the late 60s the publican was Mr Hart. c1954.jpg
45, Looking down towards The White Hart, you can see Pond Cottage, c1920s.jpg
46, White Hart, you can see Pond Cottage Tea Rooms, 1920.jpg
47, The White Hart, 1969.jpg
48, The Wheatsheaf on right, c1900.jpg
49, Yates Tea Room, the rear garden, After its demolition the Library was built on the site, 1912.jpg
50, Unigate Depot yard, now Marks and Spencer, 1985.jpg
51, Unigate Dairy and Showels Record Shop, Now Marks and Spencer, West Wickham, 1985.jpg
52, Marks & Spencer being built, 2003.jpg
53, Marks & Spencer being built, 2003.jpg
54, Flats in Braemar Gardens being built, 2002.jpg
56, The Plaza in West Wickham, The End, Closed 1957.jpg
57, Rear view of Wickham House, corner of Wickham Court Rd and High St, 1975.jpg
58, Kismet Cafe, corner of Surrey Rd and High St, 1976.jpg
59, High St, Swan right, stocks tree on left.jpg
60, Corner of Grosvenor Road and West Wickahm High St, 1972.jpg
61, Unigate Dairy, formerly Wickham Hall stables (Now Marks & Spencer,1976.jpg
62, High St looking over to where Diwana is now.jpg
63, Grammar Printers, Kent Road (now Marks and Spencer, 1976.jpg
64, Unigate Dairy Yard, 1976.jpg
65, Constuction of Glebe Way, 1956.jpg
66, Glebe Way opening, 1956.jpg
67, Harman's, High St West Wickham, c1880.jpg
68, Outside The Wheatsheaf, c1989.jpg
69, Showells Record shop, high St West Wickham, c1979, now Marks and Spencer.jpg
70, West Wickham High, 1950.jpg
71, West Wickham lower High Street, c1905.jpg
72, Bomb damage in West Wickham High St, 1940.jpg
73, Looking from behind damaged building, 1940.jpg
74, The stocks Tree West Wickham, note the extension on the end of The Swan, c1800s.jpg
75, Cottage in High St, in the 50s it was Shipleys the Vets, building on left was Sparrows Motors.jpg
76 High St, just past The Swan,early 1900s.jpg
77, Sockbridge Store, corner of Grosvenor Rd, c1940s.jpg
78, Ida Stockbridge in store, she died in 1955 and the shop was sold.jpg
79,-Vine-Cottage-on-left-was-lived-in-by-Mrs-Birnside.jpg
80, Yates Tea gardens at Yew Tree Cottage, c1900s.jpg
81, Opening up of Glebe Way looking from High St, 1956.jpg
82, Kent and Surrey Fireplaces, owned by Rick, Ray and Pat Lotto, c 1976.jpg
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