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Can You Identify These Locations? (12)

Published on: 28 Feb, 2012
Updated on: 28 Feb, 2012

by David Rose

Well done to Carol, Mike and Bernard for correctly identifying the locations last time around.

See their posts at the foot of Can You Identify These Locations? (11) for some interesting additional facts. The church was, of course, St Nicolas, with the Weyside Temperance Hotel in the background. Quarry Street was the location of the second photo.

Where is this and which out of town Guildford stores occupy this site now?

This time around we have a photo that was given to me by Tony Ford, whom I met a couple of years ago at the Stoughton Stroll About and Fun Day at which I put on a display of vintage pictures. He took this wide-angle view. Where is it?

A clue is that today the site is occupied by two out of town Guildford stores.

The second picture (below) shows military vehicles being driven through a Surrey village during the Second World War.

Can you name the village?

Please add your posts (with comments) below. We’ll hold on to them until the end of the coming week and then release them all together.

A Surrey village pictured during the Second World War. Which one is it?

2 Responses to “Can You Identify These Locations? (12)”

  1. Ann & David Bailey says:

    We think the first photo is on Ladymead where Currys and PC World are now.

    The second photo was taken in Shere.

  2. Bernard Parke says:

    The first were Currys and P.C World are now. The tin hut building was the home of Eagle Caravans.

    The second is Shere Village. White Horse pub on the right, church off to the left.

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