Thames Ditton

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Giggs Hill Road/ Portsmouth Road.

Brewery buildings behind the off licence. Stopped brewing in 1911

Giggs Hill cricket ground.  Thames Ditton Ground, some England cricketers pre war. A famous cricket ground where many noted Surrey players have first appeared.

Jolly Cricketers

Portsmouth Road,

12th century

Mile stone, missing, was near railway branch


Ferry Tavern. Traditional local, with seating arranged in a single bar.

Station Road

Thames Ditton Station. 1851. Between Hampton Court and Surbiton on South Western Rail. On the Hampton Court line, built for visitors to the palace.

Watts Road

Little Lodge, Partly walled informal flower garden filled with shrubs and herbaceous plants that create an atmosphere of peace. Small secret garden; terracotta pots; stone troughs and sinks; roses; clematis; topiary; very productive parterre vegetable garden.

Weston Green

Victorian letter box near The Harrow

Woodend Estate

Red House 18th group

The Elms. 18th handsome

Weston Green Road

Newlands, St.Agnes House. Good gates and railings. 17th.

Weston Grange.  18th

Early Lyons estate

Woodend 1948 brick terraces

Weston Park

Rosewood House

Bramham Cottage 17th

Weston Grange

Weston Park Close

All Saints Church.  1939 Maufe. Impressive interior


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