EPW055284 ENGLAND (1937). Western Road, Upper Green and environs, Mitcham, 1937

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EPW011769
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EPW006435
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Manylion

Pennawd [EPW055284] Western Road, Upper Green and environs, Mitcham, 1937
Cyfeirnod EPW055284
Dyddiad September-1937
Dolen
Enw lle MITCHAM
Plwyf
Ardal
Gwlad ENGLAND
Dwyreiniad / Gogleddiad 527640, 169037
Hydred / Lledred -0.16469228002875, 51.405483174445
Cyfeirnod Grid Cenedlaethol TQ276690

Pinnau

Traction engine in Grey's Yard.

Laurie
Saturday 2nd of May 2015 08:00:30 PM
Bucks Head public house

Wade
Wednesday 27th of November 2013 05:22:50 PM
Sunshine Way built in 1936 The site for Sunshine Way was bought by the Church Army Housing Ltd. and the total cost including building the houses and hall came to £31,000 (or about £1,400,000 in 2013 when allowing for inflation). The estate was officially opened on 20th November, 1936 by Lord Horder, KVCO, and was blessed by the Bishop of Kingston. It consisted of 51 houses, 47 of which had three bedrooms and 4 had four bedrooms. Six were special ‘sunshine houses’, being built for those with TB tendencies. Rents ranged from 8 shillings to 12 shillings and threepence a week, or the equivalent of £18 to £30 in 2013. Mr F.M. Elgood chairman of the company, said that in the 51 houses were 277 children, 167 of them under 10 years old.

Wade
Wednesday 27th of November 2013 05:19:17 PM
Kings Arms public house

Wade
Wednesday 27th of November 2013 05:05:37 PM
'The Old Nags Head' Public House.

Mark1973
Friday 18th of October 2013 01:53:25 PM
'The Fountain' Public House.

Mark1973
Friday 18th of October 2013 01:47:57 PM
Downes Road Cul-de-Sac.

Johnners
Monday 30th of September 2013 04:32:28 PM
Just some of the greenhouses of Mizen Brothers Nurseries.

Johnners
Monday 30th of September 2013 04:31:03 PM
Mitcham Baptist Church, still there but now hidden by London Road Shops built after the war.

Johnners
Monday 30th of September 2013 04:29:47 PM
Mitcham Fair Green named for the ancient fair that was held there every year. It was moved in 1926 to the Three Kings Piece, part of Mitcham Common .

Johnners
Monday 30th of September 2013 04:27:54 PM
Eagle House, reputedly owned by Sir Walter Raleigh who, it was said, entertained Queen Elizabeth there.

Johnners
Monday 30th of September 2013 04:24:50 PM
Thomas Francis 'Department' shops. The nearest to 'Harrods' Mitcham ever got ! They had Lamson Paragon overhead money change equipment between departments whose containers whizzed all over the store just above head height.

Johnners
Monday 30th of September 2013 04:20:08 PM

Johnners
Monday 30th of September 2013 04:15:29 PM
The Mitcham branch of the Croydon Co-operative Company.

Johnners
Monday 30th of September 2013 04:14:40 PM
Gutteridges seed and corn merchants, now Barclays Bank.

Johnners
Monday 30th of September 2013 04:12:49 PM
Mitcham Methodist Church destroyed by a Parachute land Mine in Sept 1940. Never rebuilt on this site.

Johnners
Monday 30th of September 2013 04:10:54 PM
St Marks Church badly damaged by a Parachute Land Mine in September 1940 rebuilt and rededicated May 1946.

Johnners
Monday 30th of September 2013 04:08:20 PM
South Block of Monarch Parade. Note site immediately north where foundations of the North Block are ready for building.

Johnners
Monday 30th of September 2013 04:01:16 PM
Mizens Farm Retail Shop

Johnners
Monday 30th of September 2013 03:58:24 PM
Mitcham Library

Johnners
Monday 30th of September 2013 03:57:36 PM
Mitcham Baths Hall

Johnners
Monday 30th of September 2013 03:56:58 PM
Majestic Cinema.

Johnners
Monday 30th of September 2013 03:55:18 PM