EAW022692 ENGLAND (1949). Caterham Railway Station, St John's Church and the town centre, Caterham, 1949

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Title [EAW022692] Caterham Railway Station, St John's Church and the town centre, Caterham, 1949
Reference EAW022692
Date 25-April-1949
Link
Place name CATERHAM
Parish CATERHAM VALLEY
District
Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 534168, 155417
Longitude / Latitude -0.076017410532474, 51.281564267612
National Grid Reference TQ342554

Pins

Original 1899 station platform used as a loading dock

williamayerst
Wednesday 3rd of June 2020 08:43:50 AM
WW2 Air Raid Shelter

Sparky
Sunday 27th of August 2017 09:22:25 PM
Looks like a 4-SUB electric multiple unit in the ex South East & Chatham Railway station, perhaps waiting to return to London.

John Wass
Tuesday 26th of April 2016 02:30:02 PM
Rose and Young building, still there today but not looking so good.

Andy
Monday 3rd of March 2014 07:37:50 PM
Caterham Museum

Andy
Monday 3rd of March 2014 07:37:05 PM
The drill hall was built in 1886 as a public hall and was bought by the War Office in 1913 for use as a drill hall, although it was still used by the community for social events.

Lynda Tubbs
Thursday 13th of February 2014 12:56:36 PM
It was demolished in May 2016.

KiwiMike
Sunday 17th of July 2016 11:49:18 AM

User Comment Contributions

Shows a village hall bought by the War Office for use as a drill hall.

Lynda Tubbs
Thursday 10th of July 2014 02:38:01 PM