Oxshott Heath

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Arbrook Farm Road:

River Rythe Bridge

coal post west of the track from Copsem Lane to Arbrook Farm north of the bridge

Copsem Lane

Roundhill Cottage is named after the low hill here before the road building. George Meredith, the novelist and poet, lived here in the 1860s. In his 'Poems of the English Roadside' there are references to the gypsies he met on Esher Common. Swinburn visited him and wrote 'Laus Veneris' on Round Hill

coal duty post  South of A3 roundabout  and on the corner of The Rythe private road

Common Road

Timber and iron building was used as a forge, became lawn mower servicing


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