Sunday, 2 January 2011

Thames Tributary Streams Redhill Brook and Nutfield Brook - South Nutfield

Thames Tributary Streams Redhill Brook and Nutfield Brook
Nutfield Brook runs parallel to and north of the Salfords Brook flowing westward., it turns south, joins Redhill Brook and continues south, eventually culverted, to the Salfords Brook.Redhill Brook flows south and east it joins Nutfield Brook and continues south, eventually culverted, to the Salfords Brook


Post to the east South Nutfield
Post to the south Redhill Aerodrome

Crabhill Lane
Crabhill Farm. House Listed Grade II, late 16th with 18th extensions. Timber framed.

Cricket Hill
The stream crosses Cricket Hill

Hale Farm. Timber framed 16th Horsham slabs on the roof.
The Rookery - as in where rooks live
Kings Mill. It is thought that the site of the original Kings Mill was south of the farm. The river has been straightened here in what could have been a late and in 1889 there were signs of sluice gates.

Kings Cross Lane
Christ Church. Built 1888 and designed by Edward I’Anson with recent extensions.

Mid Street
Ridgegreen House, Farm House from the 16th with 18th century front. Timber frame with red and blue brick cladding.

Redhill aerodrome
In 1942 the stream was culverted and a bombproof battle headquarters (underground) was constructed to the south of Hale Farm.

Ridge Green
The stream crosses Ridge Green

Sources
Pevsner. Surrey
Stidder. Watermills of Surrey

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