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A selection of photos by Greg Martin showing old artifacts and miscellaneous scenes, with one image representing each photographic day. The photos were taken in all weathers and all lighting conditions. 
 
Recent Photos (below)   2019   2018   2017   2016   2015   2014   2013   2012   2011   2010   2009   2008   2007

    

15th October 2020. Entrance to St John's churchyard at Chertsey.
    

9th October 2020. City of London coal tax post number 167 dating from the mid-1800s stands beside Coulsdon Road at Old Coulsdon. It carries the City of London crest and a reference to the relevant legislation for the collection of duties. The legislation was in force from the London Coal and Wine Duties Continuance Act of 1861 until the London Coal Duties Abolition Act of 1889.
  
The black area at the base of the post carries a maker's plate, and there is another on the far side. These show the maker was Henry Grissell at the Regents Canal Iron Works, London, 1861. 
    

7th October 2020. Tonbridge Castle, seen from near the River Medway. The history books tell us that following the Norman invasion of 1066 Richard Fitzgilbert was tasked with defending the river and built a motte (a round hill) for his fort. They also show that the building of the stone castle adjacent to the motte began in 1256.
    

1st October 2020. The chapel of St John at Chertsey.
    

18th September 2020. The locked garden gate at Nonsuch Mansion at Cheam.
    

28th August 2020. Entrance to the garden of Nonsuch Mansion in Nonsuch Park at Cheam in Surrey.
        

24th August 2020. Coal tax post number 98 beside Hurst Road at West Molesey in Surrey.
    

8th August 2020. Coal tax post number 100 on Molesey Road at West Molesey in Surrey.
    

30th July 2020. Ruins of Bayham Abbey in Kent.
    

20th July 2020. New Haw lock-keeper's cottage beside the River Wey Navigation at New Haw in Surrey dates from 1782.
        

17th July 2020. An information point nicknamed The Cairn near Ditches Lane on Farthing Down at Coulsdon in Surrey. The plate on top points to places of interest.
        

10th July 2020. A boundary marker at the crossroads formed by Coulsdon Lane, Hollymeoak Road, Portnalls Road and Hollymead Road at Chipstead, Surrey. 
        

4th July 2020. The old packhorse bridge in the Hogsmill Open Space at Ewell in Surrey.
    

16th June 2020. Milestone beside Littleworth Road at Esher in Surrey. It reads:
CORNHILL
16 
        

31st January 2020. Milestone beside Chichester Court at Ewell in Surrey. It reads:
2
MILES
FROM
EWELL 
      

24th January 2020. An evening view from the garden of Nonsuch Mansion in Nonsuch Park at Cheam in Surrey.
            

19th January 2020. Signwriting on East Street at Horsham in Sussex. The building was the Brewhouse & Kitchen when photographed, but was at one time the Horse & Groom pub belonging to Brighton Rock Ales.
            

7th January 2020. Wooden framed building on Upper Street at Shere in Surrey.
 
     
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