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Where is This? No.257

By David Rose Many thanks once again to all who replied to last week’s mystery pictures. All replies were correct, with the vintage picture showing Eashing Bridge at Lower Eashing, now…

Stitches Is Fine But Alice Needs Time At Guildford Museum

By Gavin Morgan Guildford Heritage Forum Don’t miss the latest temporary exhibition at Guildford Museum titled Stories in Stitch – textiles with stories to tell from the Heritage Services Collections. It…

Plaque To Mark 50 Years Since Guildford’s Engine Shed Closed

It will be 50 years ago this July that steam trains were withdrawn from regular service in the Guildford area. Now, a plaque is being made to commemorate the 50th…

Where Is This? No.256

By David Rose Fewer replies to last week’s images, but still mostly correct answers. The vintage view, taken during the Second World War, was at the cattle market off Woodbridge Road. The…

Where Is This? No.255

By David Rose Numerous correct replies to last week’s mysteries. The vintage view showed a train crossing the bridge over Stoke Road. The photographer was most likely standing outside the Stoke Hotel.…

Where is This? No.254

By David Rose Plenty of replies to last week’s mysteries, but as some readers correctly pointed out, the vintage picture of the shops along Aldershot Road near the junction with…

Notice: Talk Roses of No-Man’s Land – The First World War Nurse

During the First World War thousands of women served at home and overseas as nurses. An exhibition currently running at Guildford Museum reveals the essential role that they fulfilled –…

New Evidence Comes To Light On Wartime Aircraft Crash

Frank Phillipson tells the story of an aircraft from Vickers at Brooklands that crashed at Haines Bridge, Weybridge in 1945. It claimed the life of an experienced and decorated test pilot, Squadron Leader Maurice Victor Longbottom DFC. This article…

Where Is This? No.253

Where Is This? No.253

By David Rose Perhaps last week’s mystery pictures were just too difficult for readers to identify, with just three replies. However, our stats show that more than 200 readers clicked…

All Welcome To Share Your Memories At Bellfields Remembered Afternoon On April 9

The next free local history and nostalgia get together focusing on the communities of Bellfields and Slyfield is taking place on Sunday afternoon, April 9. All are welcome to Bellfields Remembered,…

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