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TQ2649 :: 25 - 27a Hardwick Road

Taken 6 months ago by Ian Capper near Reigate, Surrey, England

25 - 27a Hardwick Road by Ian Capper
25 - 27a Hardwick Road

Two pairs of semi-detached houses built c.2000, replacing an earlier building, Greystone House, which served as a children's home, being marked as such on maps from the early 20th Century. The houses beyond are c.1950s when Hardwick Road, previously a cul-de-sac, was extended to meet the newly built Arbutus Road. Hardwick Road was shown with that name on the 1896 1:2500 map, but Hardwicke Road on the 1913-4 and 1935 editions before reverting to its current name in the 1962-3 version, presumably to avoid confusion with Hardwicke Road in Reigate (see TQ2550 : Hardwicke Road). the houses
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Subject Grid Square TQ2649
Subject Lat/Long 51.226835,-0.189060 (click to view more nearby images)
Near Reigate, Surrey, England
Photographer Ian Capper
Taken 20210419 202104 2021 (about 6 months ago)
Submitted 2021-08-20
Context Housing, Dwellings · Suburb, Urban fringe ·
Tag place:Redhill · place:Meadvale · road:Hardwick Road ·

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