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Hinchley Wood Local Photos

 

 
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Hinchley Wood Station Approach

Station Approach is the subject for this postcard to Bucks and posted from Esher on 06/08/1954. "...The land in the centre which is being ploughed up at the time of the picture is now a memorial garden."

Also written on the unsigned card "Children's International Postcard Game."

Hinchley Wood Multiview

A multiview postcard gives us a glimpse of images of cards that were produced individually. Note the shape of the old garage which stood at the crossroads.

This card was posted in Esher on 03/11/1952 to Roger Jones, Llanasa Vicarage, Flint "This is my home village in Surrey. I go to school at Esher. I am ten years old. Greetings from Christine Eusebio"

Hinchley Wood Multiview 20071961

Another multiview postcard giving us a view of the memorial garden and shops in the background.

Posted in London SE1 to Mrs T.W. and Miss E.S. Jones Wrexham on 20/07/1961. ".....able to eat quite well without my tusks...all my love to you both and look after one another. Loving husband and Dad Trefor xxxxx.

Hinchley Wood Hotel

Written to Kirstie Jean Simson in France by Stephen Stratton 42 Severn Drive Hinchley Wood Esher "This is the village in which I live in. Isn't it fun playing this game"

Postmark is illegible but believed to be early 1960's

Hillcrest Gardens

Written to Switzerland in German language with an unfranked 1 and half penny George VI stamp indicating 1930's just before WWII.

Written from 70 Hillcrest Gardens. The x on the card indicates where the writer lives.

Manor Road South

Posted in Esher 28/06/55 and addressed to Newport Monmouthshire.

"Will not be with you on Tuesday but thinking about you all"

 

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