Weybridge

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Brooklands Road

Weybridge Station. 21st May  1838. Between Addlestone and also Byfleet and New Haw and Walton on Thames on South Western Trains The railway company did not initially design the line for suburban traffic and it is built three quarters of a mile from the town.  A cutting was built to avoid St. George’s Hill.  Built by Brassey, in 1857 moved a mile down the line

Common

Roman Catholic chapel on it where Louis, worshipped.  Tomb of Duchess of Nemours. 

Heath Road

Cattle trough outside Hand and Spear

National College of Food Technology, alterations to Firfields.

Weybridge Heath

Shallow trenches were use for the attraction of iron ore from sandstones and worked at local  mills.


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