EPW011420 ENGLAND (1924). Carshalton Road and environs, Sutton, 1924

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Details

Title [EPW011420] Carshalton Road and environs, Sutton, 1924
Reference EPW011420
Date July-1924
Link
Place name SUTTON
Parish
District
Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 526029, 164090
Longitude / Latitude -0.18959975673275, 51.361378955956
National Grid Reference TQ260641

Pins

Shown on old maps as Electric Theatre

David960
Sunday 1st of February 2015 12:39:03 PM
Sutton District Water Company filter tanks

David960
Sunday 1st of February 2015 12:38:10 PM

David960
Sunday 1st of February 2015 12:37:09 PM

David960
Sunday 1st of February 2015 12:36:26 PM
The Cock Hotel

David960
Sunday 1st of February 2015 12:28:12 PM
The Curzon Cinema

Andrew
Friday 27th of June 2014 02:43:27 PM
Manor Park House Lodge (remaining in 2014)

Laurie
Wednesday 5th of March 2014 11:20:01 PM
This building, which I believe to be a pub based on a postcard from 1913, was later replaced by the current Lloyds Bank branch sometime before 1938.

christhewino
Monday 20th of January 2014 10:02:37 PM
Based on EPW028247 the building actually changed prior to 1929. Perhaps when the buildings along side on Cheam Road were also built?

christhewino
Monday 20th of January 2014 10:08:50 PM

christhewino
Monday 20th of January 2014 09:59:41 PM
Sutton Public Hall http://www.bigginhill-history.co.uk/suttonpublichall.htm

christhewino
Tuesday 19th of November 2013 07:22:21 PM
Trinity Church

Falcon
Monday 17th of June 2013 10:32:07 AM
St Nicholas, Church of England parish church.

Falcon
Monday 17th of June 2013 10:31:43 AM
The large chalk pit which is now the site of B&Q.

Falcon
Monday 17th of June 2013 10:31:04 AM
Manor Park House -a private dwelling at this time, later became the Sutton Central Library before the new Central Library was opened in 1975.

Falcon
Monday 17th of June 2013 10:30:18 AM

Falcon
Monday 17th of June 2013 10:29:12 AM
Up Bay, nicknamed "The Theatre Platform" (supposedly after a short-lived evening service to Wimbledon) although it was never signalled for passenger working - a small mystery waiting to be solved.

Geoff Smith
Tuesday 11th of June 2013 11:44:25 AM
Tabor's Lane footbridge, which was removed for re-use at Guildford when Sutton Bypass was built.

Geoff Smith
Tuesday 11th of June 2013 11:40:02 AM
In 1929 these sidings would be removed to make way for the new railway from Wimbledon that climbed through a cutting between the line from Cheam and the houses backing onto the railway. It approached the railway seen here almost at a right angle, leading to a sharp bend about seven metres below the line from Cheam before it climbed the join the mainline just before the station. EPW028240 shows the construction under way between the houses and the older line, where the up slow line from Cheam has also been cut short to make room for the new route and the concrete retaining wall built between the railways.

Maurice
Tuesday 28th of May 2013 06:54:05 PM
Sutton Water Works

Maurice
Tuesday 28th of May 2013 06:38:41 PM
Sutton High Street

Maurice
Tuesday 28th of May 2013 06:37:54 PM
Sutton Station

Maurice
Tuesday 28th of May 2013 06:37:36 PM
This four track section of railway between Sutton and Cheam allowed fast trains to over take stopping trains. There is a short steam hauled train on the down fast line.

Maurice
Tuesday 28th of May 2013 06:30:41 PM