Photographs of Surrey
Location: Village:  Stoneleigh
Comment:
Submitted By:
Date Submitted: 07-02-2006
 
Location: Village:  Farncombe
Comment: Farncombe used to be a really villagey sort of place but the last 12 years or so have seen a nasty decline, a fact which, as you can see by my photo, the police appear keen to advertise.
Submitted By: Peter Tietjen
Date Submitted: 18-08-2006
 
Location: Town:  Virginia Water
Comment: From a train in the Station
Submitted By: Davel
Date Submitted: 14-11-2006
 
Location: Town:  Virginia Water
Comment: Bad shot leaving the platform
Submitted By: Davel
Date Submitted: 14-11-2006
 
Location: Town:  Virginia Water
Comment: Looking down platform one
Submitted By: Davel
Date Submitted: 14-11-2006
 
Location: Town:  Egham
Comment: Blured shot from the train at the Egham Business Park
Submitted By: David Lawton
Date Submitted: 20-11-2006
 
Location: Town:  Egham
Comment: On the Platform
Submitted By: David Lawton
Date Submitted: 20-11-2006
 
Location: Town:  Egham
Comment: Road leading to the station taken fro mthe train
Submitted By: David Lawton
Date Submitted: 20-11-2006
 
Location: Town:  Farnham
Comment: Space specialises in Furniture Design from kitchens to office reception desks.
Submitted By: space
Website: http://www.space-uk.net
Date Submitted: 03-08-2007
 
Location: Town:  Camberley
Comment: Camberley Theatre.
Submitted By: Ewan Kennedy
Website: http://www.adjuice.co.uk
Date Submitted: 06-02-2008
 
Location: Town:  Camberley
Comment: Camberley level crossing.
Submitted By: Ewan Kennedy
Website: http://www.adjuice.co.uk
Date Submitted: 06-02-2008
 
Location: Town:  Camberley
Comment: The Arena leisure centre in Grand Avenue.
Submitted By: Ewan Kennedy
Website: http://www.adjuice.co.uk
Date Submitted: 06-02-2008
 
Location: Town:  Camberley
Comment: Surrey Heath Council Offices.
Submitted By: Ewan Kennedy
Website: http://www.adjuice.co.uk
Date Submitted: 06-02-2008
 
 
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Comment On Cranleigh
Submitted by LLoyd
On 2007-09-26
Cranleigh is regarded with pride by some of the locals, including "Ringo Starr" as the largest village in England (not wanting to drop any names or anything like that. One main street about 1 mile long with shops on one side. But they also make some the best pickles and sauces in the world, Now if I really wanted to drop some names, I would say Richard Branson was born in Shamley Green, between Guildford and guess where?, Cranleigh of course.
Comment On Bookham
Submitted by Roy
On 2007-06-08
Bookham is a small, quiet residential village set amongst Surrey's ancient oaken woodlands between Dorking and Guildford. From the top of Goldstone Farm next to Polesden Lacey, it is possible to see the Wembley arch, Gatwick and Heathrow airports, and lots of classic English countryside between. There is a church which dates back to 11th century, and a now defunct carp pond dug and stocked by ancient monks from Cobham, which is a short walk through Little Bookham Common.
Comment On Lightwater
Submitted by
On 2006-08-21
recently hit by severe flooding the villagers all seemed to rally round and help, without anyone having to ask for help. in the 4 years that we have lived here we have found that the community spirit is wonderful, something that we have not experienced in larger towns etc.the village itself has a great friendly pub,the Red Lion, frequented by various business people, retired people, passers by and a few ex sportsmen, including ex Boxer Billy Walker.it also has 2 friendly social clubs, all 3 establishments are particularly child friendly.the leisure centre, country park and various walks are most enjoyable, it seems that wherever you go people smile and say hello !!! the local butchers, hardware store and cross section of other local retailers help you enjoy village life, places where you spend money make feel like a valued customer.the firework display is an excellent event and father christmas always visits the centre of the village to see the children.
Comment On Kingston Upon Thames
Submitted by
On 2006-03-29
Kingston upon Thames is the principal settlement of the Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames. It was the ancient market town where Saxon kings were crowned and is now a lively borough of London situated 10 miles (16.1 km) south west of Charing Cross. It is where the comic Victorian novel Three Men in a Boat by Jerome K. Jerome begins and was also a major military aircraft manufacturing centre in the 20th century - notably with the Sopwith, Hawker Aviation and British Aerospace companies. It is the home of Kingston University.
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