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Can You Identify These Locations? (23)

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

 by David Rose

The previous pictures seems to have stumped all the regular contributors – no one left a reply at all! First time ever for this column.

I believe the cemetery chapel featured is within Stoke Old Cemetery, off Stoughton Road, Guildford.

What is the name of this pub and where is it?

As I noted previously, I do not known the exact whereabouts of the stone memorial, but as a hunch I think it might be in the same cemetery. I’ll have a look sometime.

Still a mystery therefore over the third photo that was of a bridge over the River Wey Navigations. Perhaps someone will offer a clue.

This time, a couple of early 20th century picture postcard views of pubs. The one above is in Guildford. Shouldn’t be too difficult to recognise.

The one below may be a little harder. It’s a cracking photo of the White Hart. A common enough pub name, but which one in a village in the Guildford area?

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The White Hart – in a village near Guildford, but which one?

3 Responses to “Can You Identify These Locations? (23)”

  1. Fred Smith says:

    The Drummond Arms is now just called ‘The Drummond’ and is frequented by the University of Surrey Students.
    I was there the other night to take part in a quiz they had kindly organised to raise funds for the Barn Youth Project.

    The White Hart is situated at the entrance to a lane which used to lead down to a group of houses made out of corrugated tin and they were known as ‘tin town’.

  2. David & Ann Bailey says:

    We think the first picture is the Drummond Arms in Woodbridge Road
    and the second is the White Hart in Wood Street.

  3. Bernard Parke says:

    1) The Drummond Arms formerly The Bull Dog after Bull Dog Drummond.

    Favourite with the police. (Wood Bridge Road)

    2) Wood Street

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