Wednesday, 1 March 2017

M25 Virginia Water. Lyne Lane



Post to the east St.Ann's Hill
Post to the north Thorpe Green


Lyne Crossing
Lyne Farm
Lyne Hill House. This is divided into flats
Elm Farm Caravan Park. Local authority traveller site Runneymede District Council

Lyne Lane
Redlands Farm. Timber framed house from the late l5th  to l7th.It has an overhanging first floor and a massive central brown brick chimney. There is also a barn which is 17th in weatherboarded timber.
Sewage Works originally Chertsey Urban District Council. It is now Thames Water.
Refuse Pulverising Works, Surrey County Council.

M25
Junction 12. This is Thorpe Interchange which is alspo is junction 2 of the M3. It opened in 1976 with the M25 to the north – the M3 had opened in 1974.

Sandhills Lane
Rose and Crown, This pub is in a 17th building which was changed in the 19th.

The Bourne

Sources
British Listed Buildings. Web site
Historic England. Web site
Pevsner. Surrey
Runneymede Council. Web site
SABRE. Web site
Surrey County Council. Web site

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