Photographic Record

A recent project has been to build up a photographic record of our area, especially of buildings under threat of demolition or major development, and also of subjects not currently covered. Two sets of prints and CDs are being funded by the Society, one to be retained locally, the other to be donated to Surrey History Centre for professional archiving at their reference 7811/*

A small selection is shown in the Slider above, but Surrey History Centre has a full catalogue of all 2,339 photographs on their website, including thumbnail images of most of them:

Click here to view them: 

Or visit http://www.surreyarchives.org.uk and type 7811/* into their Search box, or use their Search options to find photographs of a specific topic, site or area.

The photographers have shared copyright with MHS, and all requests to reproduce any photograph should be addressed to the Society at mhs@mertonhistoricalsociety.org.uk or to the Hon Secretary at the address given on our Contact Us page.

Project Co-ordinator: David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1: 2/4 Quintin Avenue, London SW19 – Early cinema studio (under threat) – Judith Goodman

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2: Parkleigh Court, Morden Road, London SW19 – Local authority flats – Judith Goodman

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/3: Princess of Wales public house, Morden Road, London SW19 – Formerly Prince of Wales – Judith Goodman

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/4: Rebuilt priory precinct wall and modern arch, Merantun Way, London SW19 – – Judith Goodman

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/5: Wheelhouse, Merton Abbey Mills, London SW19 – – Judith Goodman

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/6: Sainsbury’s Savacentre, Merantun Way, London SW19 – – Judith Goodman

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/7: The Princess Royal public house, Abbey Road, London SW19 – – Judith Goodman

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/8: The Trafalgar public house, High Path, London SW 19 – – Judith Goodman

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/9: Mural at May Court, High Path estate, London SW19 – Local authority flats – Judith Goodman

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/10: The Trafalgar public house, High Path, London SW19 – – Judith Goodman

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/11: St John’s Parish Hall, High Path, London SW19 – – Judith Goodman

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/12: 34-40 Morden Road, London SW19 – – Judith Goodman

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/13: South Wimbledon train station, London SW19 – – Judith Goodman

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/14: 19 Queensland Avenue, London SW19 – Architect: Sydney Brocklesby. Was home/studio of artists Harry Bush and Noel Laura Nisbet – Judith Goodman

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/15: John Innes Youth Centre, 61 Kingston Road, London SW19 – – Judith Goodman

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/16: Caretaker’s house, Manor Club, 76 Kingston Road, London SW19 – Architect: Sydney Brocklesby – Judith Goodman

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/17: Old Station House, Rutlish Road, London SW19 – Former Merton Park station – Judith Goodman

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/18: Birnam, 9 Langley Road, London SW19 – Former local authority old people’s flats, replacing 2 bombed houses (under threat) – Judith Goodman

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/19: Former St John’s vicarage, High Path, London SW19 – Architect: Sydney Brocklesby (under threat) – Judith Goodman

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/20: Trinitarian Bible Society, Tyndale House, Dorset Road, London SW19 – Built 1938 as Territorial Army hall – Judith Goodman

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/21: Endecotts Ltd, Test Sieves & Filters, Lombard Road, London SW19 – – Judith Goodman

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/22: Sleepeezee, 16 Morden Road, London SW19 – – Judith Goodman

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/23: Industrial building off Lombard Road, London SW19 – Former water company building – Judith Goodman

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/24: Watliff Commutators, 13 Lombard Road, London SW19 – – Judith Goodman

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/25: CTL Components, Lombard Road, London SW19 – – Judith Goodman

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/26: BOC, Deer Park Road, London SW19 – – Judith Goodman

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/27: Endecotts Ltd, Test Sieves & Filters, Lombard Road, London SW19 – – Judith Goodman

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/28: Fitmay Fashions Ltd, 25 Lombard Road, London SW19 – – Judith Goodman

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/29: Lombard Road, London SW19 – – Judith Goodman

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/30: Merton Crash Repairs, Windsor Avenue, London SW19 – – Judith Goodman

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/31: Station Road, London SW19 – – Judith Goodman

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/32: Abbey Road, London SW19 – – Judith Goodman

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/33: Rodney Place, London SW19 – Built 1926 by City & South London Rly to re-house families displaced by South Wimbledon station – Judith Goodman

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/34: Marsh Court, Pincott Road, London SW19 – Local authority flats named after first mayor of Borough of Merton – Judith Goodman

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/35: St John the Divine church, High Path, London SW19 – Consecrated 1914 – Judith Goodman

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/36: Bathurst Avenue, London SW19 – architect: Sydney Brocklesby – Judith Goodman

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/37: Weather-boarded house next to Surrey Arms public house, Morden Road, Morden – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/38: Disused ex-café building, Ravensbury Park,Morden Road, Morden – Boarded up, part of roof missing Planning permission sought for use of site for GP Surgery/Medical Centre – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/39: Disused ex-café building, Ravensbury Park,Morden Road, Morden – Boarded up, part of roof missing Planning permission sought for use of site for GP Surgery/Medical Centre – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/40: The Wandle, Ravensbury Park, Morden Road – looking down river from bridge – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/41: The Wandle, Ravensbury Park, Morden Road – northern bank, looking up river from bridge – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/42: Public convenience, Ravensbury Park, Morden Road – The original building – now Ladies and Disabled A modern building used as Gents – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/43: No 13, Cricket Green, Mitcham – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/44: Elm Lodge, Cricket Green, Mitcham – On corner of London Road – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/45: TESCO supermarket, London Road, Mitcham – Just south of Fair Green Planned closure – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/46: WEBBS Shoe Shop, 102 London Road, Mitcham – On corner of Eveline Road, by Figges Marsh roundabout – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/47: Inflatable Santa Claus and satellite dishes, 13 Lavender Avenue, Mitcham – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/48: The Railway Bell public house, Mitcham Road, north Mitcham – West side of road, just north of Tooting Station [?in Wandsworth] – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/49: Houses over pawnbrokers, with three balls sign and decorative stonework, 20-22 London Road, north Mitcham – West side of road, just south of Tooting Station – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/50: New building development under construction, site of Tooting & Mitcham Football Club ground, Sandy Lane, Mitcham – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/51: Building previously occupied by Roebuck Press, corner Lavender Avenue and Mortimer Road, Mitcham – Roebuck Press closed after amalgamation with Wellington Press, West Sutton, 2003 – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/52: Cherry Wood (northern side) end of Northernhay Walk, Lower Morden – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/53: Cherry Wood (south), Shaldon Drive, Lower Morden – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/54: Corner of Churston Drive and Thurleston Avenue, Lower Morden – looking south – Fallen tree after high winds, East corner – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/55: Martin’s Bakers, 370 Grand Drive, Lower Morden – Closed Notice in window : Martin and Hilary Collins ceased trading after 17 years due to financial difficulties – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/56: Clothes Line shop, 368 Grand Drive, Lower Morden – School Uniforms, Christening and Communion Gowns, Devotional Items, “Christian Cards for all Occasions” – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/57: Bellman Carter Builder’s Merchants, rear of 358 Grand Drive, Lower Morden – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/58: Gatehouse used as offices, North East Surrey Crematorium, Lower Morden Lane – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/59: North East Surrey Crematorium, Lower Morden Lane – Construction of new Remembrance Chapel and Crematorium refurbishment : Contractors Buxton – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/60: Pylon in Lynmouth Gardens, Garth Road, Lower Morden – Looking north east from inside entrance – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/61: Lynmouth Gardens, Garth Road, Lower Morden – Looking west from centre of Gardens Showing industries outside Gardens on south side of Garth Road – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/62: The Surrey Arms public house, Morden Road, Morden – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/63: Flat-roofed housing, north side of Fellowes Road, St Helier Estate, Sutton – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/64: Allotment, corner of Fellowes Road and Green Wrythe Lane, St Helier Estate, Sutton – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/65: St Helier Hospital, Wrythe Lane, Sutton – From the south-east – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/66: St Helier Hospital, Wrythe Lane, Sutton – From the south-east – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/67: General view of The Chase, from Merton Hall Road – Wimbledon Chase Middle School can be seen through trees on right – Desmond Bazley

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/68: Edwardian terraced house, 21 Quintin Avenue – arched & round windows, leaded lights (c1905) – Desmond Bazley

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/69: Edwardian terraced house, 15 Richmond Avenue – curved oriel window with coloured glass, original front door with house number incorporated into leaded lights (c1905) – Desmond Bazley

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/70: Block of flats, Chase Court, Bakers End – triangular oriel windows, triangular porches – Desmond Bazley

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/71: 1 Manor Road – Edwardian 3-storey end of terrace house with decorated porch c1905 – Desmond Bazley

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/72: Starter homes, 6-8 Avalon Close, Whatley Avenue – staggered terrace, tile hung entrances – Desmond Bazley

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/73: Linden Gate, Church Walk – 1990s sheltered housing block with balconies – Desmond Bazley

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/74: St Saviour’s Church, Grand Drive – Edwardian Church (1907), decorated E window – Desmond Bazley

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/75: St Saviour’s Rectory, 65 Grand Drive – Edwardian villa, tile-hung, gabled front c1907 – Desmond Bazley

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/76: Bushey Court, Bushey Road – 1950s / 60s 4-storey blocks of flats, top floor tile-hung – Desmond Bazley

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/77: Malden Court, West Barnes Lane – Pseudo-Georgian block of flats – Desmond Bazley

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/78: Block of flats, 62-67 Stourhead Gardens – System-built flats with balconies – Desmond Bazley

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/79: Raynes Park High School, West Barnes Lane – gabled south façade c1935 – Desmond Bazley

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/80: Dickers cottages, 50-54 West Barnes Lane – c1850 – Desmond Bazley

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/81: West Barnes Lane level crossing – aerial view from footbridge – Desmond Bazley

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/82: Holy Cross Church, Adela Avenue: c1950 – rebuilt after war damage – Desmond Bazley

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/83: Millennium Wood, Sir Joseph Hood playing fields – Millennium Wood planted 1999, with older woodland and gasholders behind – Desmond Bazley

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/84: Motspur Park train station – Station buildings and platform c1926 – Desmond Bazley

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/85: Blue House Cottage, off West Barnes Lane – 19th century cottage – Desmond Bazley

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/86: Beverley Brook, beside West Barnes Lane – Looking SW, beside University of London playing fields – Desmond Bazley

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/87: 443 West Barnes Lane – Cottage-style terrace maisonettes c1950 – Desmond Bazley

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/88: Northrop Gruman factory, Malden Way – Modern factory near Shannon Corner – Desmond Bazley

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/89: Beverley Way Flyover, Burlington Road – 1960/70’s concrete flyover at Shannon Corner – Desmond Bazley

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/90: Thales Avionics factory, Bushey Road – 1920s former fishpaste factory with clock tower – Desmond Bazley

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/91: The Lookout (front view), 217 Kingston Road – frontage built c1860s – Desmond Bazley

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/92: The Lookout (side view), 217 Kingston Road – detail of chimney altered 1886 – Desmond Bazley

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/93: Warehouse, Henfield Road (rear of 217 Kingston Road – Former bible warehouse – ex British Legion Hall – Desmond Bazley

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/94: Horse chestnut tree, corner Wilton Crescent and Henfield Road – Also new housing c1990s and warehouse beyond – Desmond Bazley

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/95: Terraced house with panels, 113 Merton Hall Road – House c1900 with decorative panels on upper bays – Desmond Bazley

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/96: Detail of decorative panel on bay, 113 Merton Hall Road – Note – different panels on each house of terrace – Desmond Bazley

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/97: ROLLO panel, former butcher’s shop, 6 The Rush – Now Italian patisserie – Desmond Bazley

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/98: General view of Merton Rush from northwest, Kingston Road – Looking towards shops – Desmond Bazley

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/99: Wall plaque, Quintin Avenue Studios, Quinton Avenue – Commemorating J H Martin and studios 1913-1917 – Desmond Bazley

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/100: Turret on corner house, Quintin Avenue and Kingston Road – Unusual corner house with turret & chimney room – Desmond Bazley

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/101: Edwardian terrace house, 36 Chatsworth Avenue – Painted carving above porch, window glass – Desmond Bazley

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/102: Oak tree, corner Chestnut Road and Bushey Road – – Desmond Bazley

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/103: Raynes Park shopping parade, Coombe Lane, Wimbledon – from bank buildings to corner of Tavern – Desmond Bazley

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/104: 130-132 Coombe Lane, Wimbledon – Pair of 3-storey Edwardian houses with shared central plaque – Desmond Bazley

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/105: 144-146 Coombe Lane, Wimbledon – Detail of central plaque with cherub – Desmond Bazley

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/106: General view from Avenue Road, Coombe Lane – Looking west; taken on Bank Holiday! – Desmond Bazley

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/107: Pair of 19th century villas, 194/196 Coombe Lane, Wimbledon – Pillared porches, flight of steps to door, and flat roofs – Desmond Bazley

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/108: 271-83 Coombe Lane, – parade of shops (1920’s?) – [?1920s]

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/109: Beverley Brook, by Coombe Lane bridge – behind shopping parade, loking S – Desmond Bazley

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/110: Beverley Way, view from Coombe Lane bridge – including Interval International building c2000 – Desmond Bazley

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/111: Late 1930s house, 42 Beverley Way – original curved metal-framed windows, stained glass – Desmond Bazley

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/112: Raynes Park High School, Bushey Road – west façade with arched windows c1935 – Desmond Bazley

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/113: 1990s starter homes, 42-46a West Barnes Lane – on former railway land near pedestrian bridge – Desmond Bazley

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/114: 41 Westway Close – [?Signalman’s] cottage, also pumping station – Desmond Bazley

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/115: Pair of houses with garage, 15 Seaforth Avenue – next-door house converted to double garage! – Desmond Bazley

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/116: New Malden Evangelical Free Church, 25 Seaforth Avenue – dated 1925 – Desmond Bazley

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/117: Edwardian end of terrace house, 140 Seaforth Avenue – Well-preserved house , with original door and windows – Desmond Bazley

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/118: Salpem House, Station Approach, Motspur Park – Office building (1991) next to branch library – Desmond Bazley

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/119: Pedestrian bridge, Motspur Park train station – Double pedestrian bridge for station access – Desmond Bazley

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/120: Motspur Park shopping parade, 320-330 West Barnes Lane – Part of Mock Tudor shopping parade 1920s – Desmond Bazley

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/121: Oak tree, corner of Arthur Road and West Barnes Lane – Very large mature oak tree – Desmond Bazley

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/122: Eaton Villas, 21 Adela Avenue – Semi-detached pair of Edwardian villas (1903), with terra cotta panels – Desmond Bazley

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/123: 138 Grand Drive – [Late Victorian] Double-fronted gabled villa – Desmond Bazley

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/124: Late Victorian house, 2 Blenheim Road – verandah, balustrading, decorated gable ends – Desmond Bazley

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/125: Large Edwardian villa, 16 Blenheim Road – mansard-style roof – Desmond Bazley

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/126: Prince George’s Playing Fields, Bushey Road – General view northwards of open area behind Grand Drive – Desmond Bazley

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/127: Cannon Hill Common, Cannon Hill Lane – Spreading oak tree outside pavilion – Desmond Bazley

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/128: Lake (north end), Cannon Hill Common, Cannon Hill Lane – Ancient oak tree stump and lake with railings – Desmond Bazley

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/129: Lake (south end), Cannon Hill Common, Cannon Hill Lane – with chestnut trees and balustrading on Cannon Hill Lane – Desmond Bazley

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/130: St John Fisher Church, Cannon Hill Lane – (Roman Catholic) 1962 – Desmond Bazley

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/131: 34-40 Haynt Walk – 1920s cottage-style terrace with dormer windows – Desmond Bazley

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/132: Brick terrace, 23-26 Bakers End – 1920’s brick terrace, arched doorways, stepped gale ends – Desmond Bazley

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/133: Merton Park Baptist Church, Bushey Road – Modest building dated 1927 – Desmond Bazley

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/134: Edwardian terraced house, 30 Edna Road – original door, sash windows – Desmond Bazley

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/135: Southdown Works, 581 Kingston Road – – Desmond Bazley

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/136: Cunninghams hardware shop, 564 Kingston Road – exterior with shop goods on display – Desmond Bazley

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/137: Gilbey Menswear, 32 Crown Lane, Morden – For many years was located on corner of London Road and Abbotsbury Road – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/138: Lansdales Florists, 30 Crown Lane, Morden – for many years also occupied no32 – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/139: Morden Baptist Church, Crown Lane, Morden – Corner of Grasmere Avenue – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/140: Safeway (Morrisons) Supermarket, London Road, Morden – Showing Post Office sign – due to close at end of June 2005 – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/141: Woolworths store, 6 London Road, Morden – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/142: Wheatlands Furniture Store, 1 London Road, Morden – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/143: Las Vegas Amusements, 2 London Road, Morden – Corner of Kenley Road – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/144: Nafees Paradise, 28 London Road, Morden – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/145: Shops, Nos 24-28 Abbotsbury Road, Morden – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/146: Shop front, 48 London Road, Morden – At one time Dewhurst butchers – wording just visible on sign – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/147: Fancy & Giftware shop, 60 London Road, Morden – Showing “art deco” detail on front of building – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/148: Vestibule, Morden Underground station: before planned refurbishment – Before planned refurbishment – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/149: Above shops, 64-66 London Road, Morden – “Art Deco” design – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/150: Morden Hall bar and restaurant – Showing previous “Out and Out” sign Now under new management, Owned by National Trust – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/151: Footbridge over River Wandle, rear of Morden Hall, Morden Hall Park – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/152: Morden Hall Garden Centre – Eastern end – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/153: Cottage by River Wandle, and footbridge, Morden Hall Park – Taken from bridge by Morden Cottage, looking downstream – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/154: Cottage by River Wandle and millstone, next to Morden Cottage, Morden Hall Park – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/155: Morden Cottage, Morden Hall Park – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/156: Entrance to stable block, Morden Hall Park – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/157: River Wandle alongside Ravensbury Mill ‘Riverside’ housing development, Morden – Looking north, downstream – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/158: Mill stones, alongside River Wandle just upstream of Ravensbury Mill, Morden – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/159: Ravensbury Mill housing and River Wandle, by Ravensbury Park Weir, Morden – Looking north – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/160: New footbridge, River Wandle, just upstream of Ravensbury Mill, Morden – Looking west – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/161: No163 Wandle Road, on corner of Morden Road, Morden – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/162: No 2 Morton Road, Morden: on corner of Wandle Road – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/163: St Theresa’s Catholic Church, Bishopsford Road, Morden (St Helier) – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/164: Nos 276 (right) to 280 etc, Bishopsford Road, Morden (St Helier) – North west side of Road – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/165: No 298 Bishopsford Road, Morden (St Helier) – Corner terrace, Middleton Road – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/166: No 296 Bishopsford Road, Morden (St Helier) – Left hand side forms part of corner terrace, Middleton Road – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/167: St Peter’s Church with mural, Bishopsford Road, Sutton – South-east side of Road – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/168: Nos 252 (right), 254 and 256 Bishopsford Road, Morden (St Helier) – North west side of Road – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/169: Temporary Car Wash (ex-service station), London Road, Morden: between ‘The Holt’ (shown behind) and ‘Homefield’ flats – Between “The Holt” (shown behind) and “Homefield” flats – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/170: Morden South train station and Alislam Mosque, Morden – From London Road – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/171: Alislam Mosque, Morden: from Morden South train station – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/172: Morden Park House (London Borough of Merton Register Office) – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/173: Oak tree, Morden Park – South of Morden Park House – [David Roe]

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/174: The Mound, Morden Park – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/175: Morden Swimming Baths, Morden Park – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/176: The Holt Lodge, London Road, Morden – Between No 192 London Road and “The Holt” flats – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/177: ‘The Holt’ flats, London Road, Morden – From inside entrance – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/178: Last surviving art deco style balcony, above No19 Morden Court Parade, Morden – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/179: Morden Court Parade, on London Road, Morden – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/180: Detail of brickwork, front of No140 London Road, Morden – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/181: St George’s Road from junction with Cedars Avenue, Mitcham, CR4 – Nos20 and 22 Cedars Avenue (on right) are subjects of a planning application – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/182: Cedars Avenue at Junction with St George’s Road Mitcham, CR4 – Nos 20 and 22 Cedars Avenue (on left) are subjects of a planning application – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/183: St George’s Road, junction with Cedars Avenue, Mitcham, CR4 – 22 Cedars Avenue (left) and former Eastfields School sports field (mid-distance) are subjects of planning applications – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/184: Former Eastfields School sports field seen from Tamworth Lane, Mitcham, CR4 – Disused and likely to be built on as it is the subject of a planning application – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/185: The Gables, 112 Tamworth Lane, Mitcham, CR4 – Retains Victorian /Edward-ian character despite unsympathetic additions – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/186: Yard (and stables) of Jack Sparrowhawk & Son, corner of Commonside East and Hallowell Close, Mitcham, CR4 – Unusual combined activity with horses and scrap metal. House at left is no159 Commonside East – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/187: Upper Green, Mitcham, CR4 – Looking towards The King’s Arms (left) The White Lion of Mortimer (formerly the Buck’s Head) and McDonald’s Fair Green Café (right) – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/188: The Three Kings public house and Hancock’s Cottages (31 and 33 Commonside East), Mitcham, CR4 – The Three Kings is currently disused and construction (of apartments?) has started at rear – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/189: 19-21 Commonside East (right), looking towards Rose Cottage (13) at corner of Esher Mews, Mitcham, CR4 – Mixture of Georgian, Victorian and 20th century houses – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/190: The Three Kings and 27 and 29 Commonside East (Hancock’s Cottages), Mitcham, CR4 – The Three Kings is currently disused and construction (of apartments?) has started at rear – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/191: The backs of nos1-13 Commonside East (from right to left), Mitcham, CR4 – From Esher Mews No13 (Rose Cottage), currently occupied by RSPCA, is an example of weatherboarding – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/192: Clarendon Grove, Mitcham, CR4 – Looking away from Upper Green East Edwardian semi-detached houses, some retaining original windows and gable finials Un-surfaced road – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/193: Western edge of golf course, Mitcham Common, Mitcham CR4 – Looking towards Mitcham Junction Station – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/194: Rear of The Three Kings and 19-21 Commonside East, Mitcham, CR4 – From Hilary Avenue. Spoil heaps from excavation for new development (foreground) – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/195: Foundations of new development, rear of The Three Kings, Commonside East, Mitcham, CR4 – – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/196: Foundations of new development, rear of The Three Kings, Commonside East, Mitcham, CR4 – – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/197: The Beehive Public House, Commonside East, Mitcham, CR4 – Currently disusedCurrently disused – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/198: The Beehive Public House, Commonside East, Mitcham CR4 – Currently disusedCurrently disused – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/199: Grapevine cornice in back ground floor room, The Beehive Public House, Commonside East, Mitcham CR4 – Currently disused – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/200: 205 and 207 Commonside East, Mitcham, CR4 – Unusually large pair of Victorian semi-detached housesUnusually – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/201: 205 and 207 Commonside East, Mitcham, CR4 – Notable Victorian Tudor chimneys – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/202: Cedars Avenue, Mitcham, CR4 – Subject of a planning application – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/203: St Mark’s Primary School, St Mark’s Road, Mitcham, CR4 – Seen from multi-storey car park New roof covering made to match old roofs – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/204: Majestic Way and Upper Green, Mitcham, CR4 – Seen from multi-storey car park – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/205: Majestic Way, Mitcham, CR4 – Looking towards Upper Green – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/206: Majestic Way, Mitcham, CR4 – St Mark’s Primary School in distance – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/207: Pedestrianised section of London Road, Upper Green, Mitcham, CR4 – Pedestrianised section of London Road between The King’s Arms and The White Lion of Mortimer – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/208: St Mark’s Primary School (right) and the multi-storey car park on the corner of Majestic Way, St Mark’s Road, Mitcham, CR4 – – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/209: John Innes Society’s Teddy Bears Picnic, Church Lane Playing Fields, Merton Park, SW19 – The audience for Toppy the Clown – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/210: John Innes Society’s Teddy Bears Picnic, Church Lane Playing Fields, Merton Park, SW19 – Toppy the Clown – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/211: John Innes Society’s Teddy Bears Picnic, Church Lane Playing Fields, Merton Park, SW19 – Teddies for the “nautical look” competition – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/212: “Remember Nelson” children’s activity, Junior Library, Merton Civic Centre, London Road, Morden, SM4 – Run by Sarah Gould, Merton’s Heritage Officer – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/213: Lions Club Fair, Morden Park, Morden, SM4 – 1st Morden Scout Group stand – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/214: Lions Club Fair, Morden Park, Morden SM4 – Visitors to the fair – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/215: Lions Club Fair, Morden Park, Morden, SM4 – Octupus children’s ride and “Ghost train” – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/216: Lions Club Fair, Morden Park, Morden, SM4 – Two stallholders – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/217: Lions Club Fair, Morden Park, Morden, SM4 – Visitors to the fair – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/218: Lions Club Fair, Morden Park, Morden, SM4 – The Shooting Star children’s hospice stand and helpers – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/219: Lions Club Fair, Morden Park, Morden, SM4 – Josh Ollett at the Rotary Club of Morden stand – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/220: Merton Horticultural Show at the Lions Club Fair, Morden Park, Morden, SM4 – Havelock Allotment Society Nelson theme competition – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/221: Merton Horticultural Show at the Lions Club Fair, Morden Park, Morden, SM4 – First Prize in the Novelty Cake competition, Mary Hart – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/222: Merton College, Morden Park, Morden, SM4 – College extension under construction – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/223: Mitcham Carnival, London Road, Mitcham, CR4 – Mayor of Merton and Town Crier in procession from Figges Marsh to Three Kings Piece – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/224: Mitcham Carnival, London Road, Mitcham, CR4 – One of several floats(Morden Park Pool Wellness Club) – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/225: Mitcham Carnival, London Road, Mitcham, CR4 – Procession reaches Three Kings Piece (Mitcham Little League float) – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/226: Mitcham Carnival, London Road, Mitcham, CR4 – Pupils and teachers of Bond Primary School, Mitcham – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/227: Mitcham Carnival, London Road, Mitcham, CR4 – Mayor of Merton and Town Crier consulting before speeches – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/228: Mitcham Carnival, London Road, Mitcham, CR4 – Bouncy Castle – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/229: Mitcham Carnival, London Road, Mitcham, CR4 – Fun Fair – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/230: Mitcham Carnival, London Road, Mitcham, CR4 – Fun Fair – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/231: John Innes Society’s Music in the Park, John Innes Park, Merton Park, SW20 – Music by Acacia Wind Quintet of Trinity College of Music – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/232: Wandle Valley Festival, 16th Birthday of Merton Abbey Mills, Merton, SW19 – Young’s Brewery dray horses at the William Morris – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/233: Wandle Valley Festival, 16th Birthday of Merton Abbey Mills, Merton, SW19 – The Mayor of Merton arriving on the cart – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/234: Wandle Valley Festival, 16th Birthday of Merton Abbey Mills, Merton, SW19 – Mayor of Merton, Cllr Judy Saunders, cutting the birthday cake – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/235: Wandle Valley Festival, 16th Birthday of Merton Abbey Mills, Merton, SW19 – Distributing birthday cake to the children – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/236: Wandle Valley Festival, 16th Birthday of Merton Abbey Mills, Merton, SW19 – Trombonist with the Merton Concert Band – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/237: Laurence Weaver Close, Green Lane, St Helier, SM4 – Haig Homes – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/238: Legion Court, Green Lane, St Helier, SM4 – Eastern side of block of Haig Homes flats – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/239: 14, Douglas Square, Green Lane, St Helier, SM4 – Haig Homes – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/240: 14, Douglas Square, Green Lane, St Helier, SM4 – Decorative relief showing head of Douglas, Earl Haig, on wall – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/241: The Sanctuary open space, off Green Lane, St Helier, SM4 – Haig Homes Looking towards the Precincts – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/242: 16, The Sanctuary, off Green Lane, St Helier, SM4 – Haig Homes – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/243: Temporary building, Green Lane, St Helier, SM4 – Adjacent to St Helier Station – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/244: 177-179 Green Lane, St Helier, SM4 – White-painted flat-roofed house – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/245: 35 Central Road, St Helier, SM4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/246: 1-4, The Sanctuary, off Green Lane, St Helier, SM4 – Haig Homes – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/247: Re-enactment of Nelson’s last journey from Merton, Morden Hall Park, Morden, SM4 – Lord Nelson, Lady Hamilton and Captain Hardy, behind Garden Centre – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/248: Re-enactment of Nelson’s last journey from Merton, Morden Hall Park, Morden, SM4 – Lord Nelson and Lady Hamilton in carriage, behind Garden Centre – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/249: Re-enactment of Nelson’s last journey from Merton, Merton Abbey School, High Path, Merton, SW19 – Lord Nelson and Lady Hamilton with Headmistress, staff and pupils – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/250: Re-enactment of Nelson’s last journey from Merton, Morden Road, Merton, SW19 – Nelson’s carriage passing the Princess of Wales – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/251: Re-enactment of Nelson’s last journey from Merton, Morden Hall Park, Morden, SM4 – Performance at Morden Cottage by Students from Bishopsford Community School – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/252: Re-enactment of Nelson’s last journey from Merton, Morden Hall Park, Morden, SM4 – Captain Blackwood (left), Lady Hamilton, Lord Nelson, Horatia, and Captain Hardy – by rear gates to Morden Hall – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/253: Re-enactment of Nelson’s last journey from Merton, Morden Hall Park, Morden, SM4 – Lord Nelson prepares to depart Captain Hardy (left) – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/254: Re-enactment of Nelson’s last journey from Merton, Morden Hall Park, Morden, SM4 – The Lord-Lieutenant of Surrey (left), the Mayor of Merton – Judy Saunders, and Bishopford Community School performers – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/255: Talk by David Williams (Royal Armories) on Nelson Collectables, Mitcham Library, London Road, Mitcham, CR4 – Nelson collectables on display – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/256: Talk by Phillipa Heath (National Portrait Gallery) on “Nelson: the Man and His Image”, Merton Civic Centre, London Road, Morden, SM4 – Phillipa Heath – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/257: The Merton Historical Society Evelyn Jowett Memorial lecture, St Mary’s Church, Merton Park, SW19 – The speakers, Pat and Ray Kilsby, on “An appreciation of Vice Admiral Horatio Viscount Nelson, Duke of Bronte” – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/258: The Merton Historical Society Evelyn Jowett Memorial lecture, St Mary’s Church, Merton Park, SW19 – The audience for the talk by Pat and Ray Kilsby, on “An appreciation of Vice Admiral Horatio Viscount Nelson, Duke of Bronte” – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/259: Gathering for the Victory Parade of children on Trafalgar Day, Nelson Gardens, High Path, Merton, SW19 – Tyler Jordan (11) as Lord Nelson and Charley Lucas (15) as Lady Hamilton, with pupils from Raynes Park High School – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/260: Gathering for the Victory Parade of children on Trafalgar Day, Nelson Gardens, High Path, Merton, SW19 – Children with replica men-of-war by the Nelson memorial – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/261: Nelson mummers on Trafalgar Day, The Emma Hamilton, Kingston Road, Raynes Park, SW20 – Performance by the Greensleeves Morris Men – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/262: Nelson mummers on Trafalgar Day, The Emma Hamilton, Kingston Road, Raynes Park, SW20 – Performance by the Greensleeves Morris Men – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/263: Merton Historical Society walk, The Leather Bottle, 277 Kingston Road, Merton Park, SW19 – Walk on “Pubs of Merton (past and present)” led by Clive Whichelow (left) – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/264: Merton Historical Society walk, The Kilkenny Tavern (Horse and Groom), Merton High Street, Merton, SW19 – Walk on “Pubs of Merton (past and present)” led by Clive Whichelow (3rd from right) – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/265: Tamworth Villas (nos299-321 Commonside East), Mitcham, CR4 – 18thcentury cottage at end of red brick terrace of 1907 – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/266: Windmill Trading Estate, Commonside East, Mitcham Common, CR4 – Factory (on site of former parish workhouse) likely to be demolished soon – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/267: Windmill Trading Estate, Commonside East, Mitcham Common, CR4 – View across Windmill Road Factory on site of former parish workhouse – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/268: Vine Cottage (no29, left, and no33, right), Commonside East, Mitcham, CR4 – Between these cottages, facing Three Kings Pond, the alley leads to Rosiers Cottages (nos31/31a) – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/269: ‘Burn Bullock’ public house, Lower Green, Mitcham, CR4 – London Road front and forecourt Was the Kings Head; re-named after former licensee – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/270: No2 Mitcham Park, Mitcham, CR4 – Edwardian, wooden porch wooden porch – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/271: Church of Saints Peter and Paul (Roman Catholic), Cranmer Road, Mitcham, CR4 – Late Victorian – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/272: Nos 3-5 Cranmer Road, Mitcham, CR4 – Church of Saints Peter and Paul (RC) on right – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/273: The Canons, Mitcham, CR4 – The house and dovecote from across the pond – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/274: The Canons, Mitcham, CR4 – View from the walled garden (the dovecote at left) – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/275: ‘The Windmill’ public house, Commonside West, Mitcham, CR4 – – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/276: Langdale Parade, Upper Green East, Mitcham, CR4 – – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/277: Cricket Green, Mitcham, CR4 – ‘The Queen’s Head’ public house in middle distance – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/278: Police Station, Cricket Green, Mitcham, CR4 – – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/279: Tate Almshouses, Cricket Green, Mitcham, CR4 – The arms of the donor, Mary Tate, in a lozenge over the central door – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/280: Cricket Pavilion, Cricket Green, Mitcham, CR4 – – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/281: ‘Burn Bullock’ public house, Lower Green, Mitcham, CR4 – Back view from Cricket Green – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/282: ‘Burn Bullock’ public house, Lower Green, Mitcham, CR4 – Side view from Cricket Green – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/283: Fire Station, Lower Green West, Mitcham, CR4 – – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/284: Back of former School House, Lower Green West, Mitcham, CR4 – Adapted for residential useAd – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/285: Church Road, Mitcham, CR4 – The former ‘Bull’ public house centre rightThe former ‘Bull@ – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/286: The Grange and Church House, Church Road, Mitcham, CR4 – Rear view – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/287: Church Road, Mitcham, CR4 – No13, with trees of former Vicarage front garden beyond No – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/288: Nos 74 and 76 Cricket Green, Mitcham, CR4 – Diagonally placed chimney stack – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/289: No7 Mitcham Park, Mitcham, CR4 – Edwardian, original details surviveE – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/290: No 470 London Road, Mitcham, CR4 – A pair of semi-detached late Georgian houses – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/291: Station Court, nos 409 and 411 London Road, Mitcham, CR4 – Rear view – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/292: Fenning Court, London Road, Mitcham, CR4 – Post – WW II local authority apartment block – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/293: Church of SS Peter and Paul (Roman Catholic), Cranmer Road, Mitcham, CR4 – Interior re-ordered to conform to post-Vatican II liturgical requirements – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/294: Sibford Court, Lower Green West, Mitcham, CR4 – Edwardian, now extended at rearian – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/295: Churchyard of the old parish church of St Peter and St Paul, Church Road, Mitcham, CR4 – View from near the NE corner of the old parochial burial groundV – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/296: Birches Close, no 5 Cricket Gree, Mitcham, CR4 – Queen Anne style, built in late 1920s as The Birches, residence of Sir Isaac Wilson – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/297: The Canons, Madeira Road, Mitcham, CR4 – The west front Merton Heritage Centre occupies the ground floor – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/298: The Canons, Madeira Road, Mitcham, CR4 – The dovecote and pond – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/299: The Obelisk, junction of Madeira Road and Cricket Green, Mitcham, CR4 – Erected by the Revd Richard Cranmer in 1822 by the Revd Richard Cranmer in 1822 – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/300: No383 London Road, Mitcham, CR4 – Late Victorian timber porch – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/301: No387 London Road, Mitcham, CR4 – Late Victorian red brick and ‘half timbering’ – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/302: ‘The Crown Inn’ (left) and Station Court, London Road, Mitcham, CR4 – 1930s half timbering, and late Georgian193 – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/303: The Cricket Green, Mitcham, CR4 – Mitcham Cricket Club match in progress – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/304: Dovecote, The Canons, Mitcham, CR4 – Chequered pattern in flint and clunch – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/305: Eagle House, London Road, Mitcham, CR4 – One of Mitcham‘s finest buildings@Mitch – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/306: Figges Marsh, Mitcham, CR4 – Converging lime avenues close to London Road – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/307: Foundation stone of St Barnabas Church Hall, Gorringe Park Road, Mitcham, CR4 – Arts and Crafts lettering for a royal occasion – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/308: Edenvale Court, nos 35-49, Edenvale Road, Mitcham, CR4 – Apartment block ,original Art Deco window framesApartment block – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/309: St Barnabas Church hall, Gorringe Park Road, Mitcham, CR4 – View from St Barnabas Road – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/310: No 136 Ashbourne Road, Mitcham, CR4 – Part of pre-WW1 terrace – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/311: Roe Bridge, Streatham Road, Mitcham, SW16 – Boundary between parishes of Mitcham and Streatham – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/312: Kenneth Black House, Martin Way, Morden, SM4 – The Endeavour Youth club – closed January 2006 – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/313: Bits & Bobs, 194 Martin Way, Morden, SM4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/314: St James’s Church, Martin Way, Morden, SM4 – Completed 1957 – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/315: Pennington & Dunn, 147 Cannon Hill Lane, Raynes Park (Cannon Hill), SW20 – Traditional Family Butchers – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/316: Flats 6-11 Derwent Road, off Grand Drive, Lower Morden, SW20 – Modern housing development – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/317: The Pyl Brook, Lower Morden, KT3 – Rear of Derwent Road wooden porch – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/318: Coniston Close, Lower Morden, SW20 – From Grand Drive Modern housing development – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/319: 206-210 Tudor Drive, Lower Morden, SM4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/320: Blubarrys Dancewear, 107 Green Lane, St Helier, SM4 – Exterior – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/321: Blubarrys Dancewear, 107 Green Lane, St Helier, SM4 – Interior – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/322: Blubarrys Dancewear, 107 Green Lane, St Helier, SM4 – Interior, with proprietor – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/323: The Furniture Centre, 335 Kingston Road, Wimbledon Chase SW20 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/324: Shopping Parade, West Barnes Lane, Motspur Park, KT3 – Before change of Unwins (No355) frontage to Threshers following recent Company acquisition – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/325: The Earl Beatty, West Barnes Lane, Motspur Park, KT3 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/326: 174-180 Grand Drive, Lower Morden, SW20 – Randall Lodge (no 174) on left – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/327: 204-206 Grand Drive, Lower Morden, SW20 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/328: 208-210 Grand Drive, Lower Morden, SW20 – Originally 14-15 Bijou Villas – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/329: Bernice’s Bridal Wear, 260 Grand Drive, Lower Morden, SW20 – Dresses from £15 ! – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/330: Morden Cricket Club pavilion, Lower Morden Lane, Lower Morden, SM4 – Adjoining Morden Park – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/331: Central Café, 265 Central Road, Morden, SM4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/332: Cottage and St Lawrence’s Churchyard, London Road, Morden, SM4 – former ‘Bull@ – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/333: Methodist Central Hall, Green Lane, St Helier, SM4 – St Helier Methodist Church – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/334: 243 Green Lane, St Helier, SM4 – adjacent to Methodist Central Hall (on left) – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/335: Mecca Bingo Hall, Bishopsford Road, St Helier, SM4 – Formerly the Gaumont Cinema (1937) – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/336: Barber Shop, 23 Rosehill Court, St Helier, SM4 – Traditional Barber’s Shop with pole – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/337: 164 Morden Road, Mitcham, CR4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/338: Rear of 130 Morden Road (Savoy Café), Mitcham, CR4 – Entrance to Nos 132-154 Morden Road Adjacent to Deer Park Gardens – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/339: Jack’s Café, Aberconway Road, Morden SM4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/340: Pavilion, Cannon Hill Common, Raynes Park (Cannon Hill), SW20 – 60 years old Badly damaged by fire on 14 February 2006 – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/341: George Hill East allotments, Holne Chase, Morden, SM4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/342: Victorian House, Wyevale Garden Centre, Lower Morden Lane, Lower Morden, SM4 – Formerly the farmhouse of Peacock’s Farm – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/343: Hatfeild Primary School, Lower Morden Lane, Lower Morden, SM4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/344: Path, southern side of Morden Park, Lower Morden Lane, Lower Morden, SM4 – Adjacent to Wyevale Garden Centre – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/345: 10-15 Mulcheney Road, St Helier, SM4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/346: 49-59 Leominster Road, St Helier, SM4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/347: Merton and Sutton Joint Cemetery, Garth Road, Lower Morden, SM4 – The Chapel – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/348: Green Lane Stables, Green Lane, Lower Morden, SM4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/349: Vestry Hall, Lower Green, Mitcham, CR4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/350: Footpath, The Canons, Madeira Road, Mitcham Cricket Green, CR4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/351: Polling Station, Mitcham Garden Village, off Cranmer Road, Mitcham, CR4 – Polling day during local elections – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/352: Nos 13-16 Mitcham Garden Village, off Cranmer Road, Mitcham, CR4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/353: Nos 9-12 Mitcham Garden Village, off Cranmer Road, Mitcham, CR4 – The Green in the centre – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/354: Mobile café, Wates Way, Willow Lane Industrial Estate, Mitcham, CR4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/355: Windsor House, Willow Lane, Willow Lane Industrial Estate, Mitcham, CR4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/356: Chemical plant, Reichold UK Ltd, 54 Willow Lane, Willow Lane Industrial Estate, Mitcham, CR4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/357: Horse-drawn funeral carriage, Morden Road, Merton, SW19 – At bridge over Tramlink – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/358: Pavilion, Sir Joseph Hood Memorial Playing Fields, Motspur Park, KT3 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/359: 209-217 Cannon Hill Lane, Raynes Park, (Cannon Hill) SW20 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/360: The Complete Wedding Shop, 143 Cannon Hill Lane, Raynes Park (Cannon Hill), SW20 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/361: Darwin’s Deli Delivery bicycle, Dorset Road, Merton Park SW19 – Darwin’s Deli deliver from Lombard Road, Merton – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/362: Magnolia tree, John Innes Park, Mostyn Road, Merton Park, SW20 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/363: Mostyn Gardens, Mostyn Road, Merton Park, SW19 – Crown House in the distance – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/364: Merton Park Bowling Club,John Innes Park, Mostyn Road, Merton Park, SW20 – The Club was established in 1926 – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/365: The Archway, John Innes Park, Mostyn Road, Merton Park, SW20 – Arts and Crafts style, designed by Sydney Brocklesby, Architect – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/366: Flower beds and entrance lodge, John Innes Park, Mostyn Road, Merton Park, SW20 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/367: Public conveniences, John Innes Park, Mostyn Road, Merton Park, SW20 – Arts and Crafts style, designed by Sydney Brocklesby, Architect – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/368: Cricket match, John Innes Recreation Ground, Cannon Hill Lane, Merton Park, SW20 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/369: Church Lane (south) and War Memorial, next to St Mary’s Church, Merton Park, SW19 – Vans are for the filming of TV Programme “The Bill”. War memorial restored Spring 2006 – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/370: Church Lane Playing Fields, Merton Park, SW19 – Children of Merton Park Primary School – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/371: Outside St Mary’s Church, Merton Park, SW19 – The special service on the centenary of the death of John Innes The late David Bayly (left) and Bob Welchman (right) of the John Innes Society, with members of the Innes family – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/372: The opening of the new rose arbor, John Innes Park, Mostyn Road, Merton Park SW20 – Cllr Margaret Brierley, Mayor of Merton, leading Park improvements to commemorate the centenary of the death of John Innes – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/373: New sculpture in the pond, John Innes Park, Mostyn Road, Merton Park, SW20 – The sculptor, Laura Hewat, won a competition to commemorate the John Innes centenary – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/374: Bandstand, John Innes Park, Mostyn Road, Merton Park, SW20 – Arts and Crafts style, designed by Sydney Brocklesby, Architect – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/375: Croquet, John Innes Park, Mostyn Road, Merton Park, SW20 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/376: Two of the John Innes Memorial south windows, St Mary’s Church, Merton Park, SW19 – Made by Morris & Co, 1907 Virgin & child designed by Sir Edward Burne-Jones, others by John Henry Dearle – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/377: Rutlish School, Watery Lane, Merton Park, SW20 – John Innes‘ Manor House (foreground) – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/378: Previous Merton Council Offices, 116-118 Kingston Road, Merton, SW19 – Now flats/ residential accommodation Designed by Henry Quartermain, architect – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/379: Funky Flowerz, 179 Kingston Road, Merton Park, SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/380: Merton Park Tramlink Station, Kingston Road, Merton Park, SW19 – Old rail station building (cream) in background – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/381: Tram at level crossing by The White Hart, Kingston Road, Merton Park, SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/382: 46 Mostyn Road and adjoining cottages, Merton Park, SW19 – Originally “Mostyn Gardens” built for John Innes’ estate workers – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/383: 26 and 27 Melrose Road, Merton Park, SW19 – Designed by Sydney Brocklesby, architect – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/384: “Lemsford”, 52, Mostyn Road, Merton Park, SW19 – Designed by Henry Quartermain, architect Built for Oscar White, farmer at John Innes’ Morden Hall Farm – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/385: “Edenhurst”, 7 Sheridan Road, Merton Park, SW19 – Designed by Henry Quartermain, architect – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/386: 9 Sheridan Road, Merton Park, SW19 – Designed by Henry Quartermain, architect – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/387: “Youell Cottage”, 15 Watery Lane, Merton Park, SW20 – Designed by Sydney Brocklesby, architect – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/388: “Steeproof”, 17 Watery Lane, Merton Park, SW20 – Home of the house’s designer, Sydney Brocklesby, architect – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/389: Dorset Road, Merton Park, SW19 – “Abingdon”, No 18 on left, was the home of its designer, architect Henry Quartermain – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/390: Louise’s garden, Poplar Primary School, Poplar Road South, Merton Park, SW19 – The garden commemorates the death of a pupil – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/391: Rugby game at the Old Rutlishians Sports Ground, Poplar Road, Merton Park, SW19 – Old Ruts (blue) scoring a try – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/392: Wood panelling showing John Innes coat of arms, Manor House (Rutlish School), Watery Lane, Merton Park, SW20 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/393: Tom Kelley at the John Innes Society, Coach House, 1A Melrose Road, Merton Park SW19 – Tom Kelley, a World war II veteran, before his talk about war-time life – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/394: The official opening of The John Innes Society’s Exhibition of drawings by the late John Wallace, Morden library, Civic Centre, Morden, SM4 – From left Judy Goodman (local historian), Eric Montague (Chairman, Merton Historical Society), Cllr Linda Kirby (Mayor of Merton), Bob Welchman (Chairman, John Innes Society) – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/395: The Norman Archway, St Mary’s Church, Church Path, Merton Park, SW19 – Moved from the site of Merton Priory and re-erected in 1935 – Judy Goodman

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/396: Copper beech, St Mary’s Churchyard, Church Lane, Merton Park, SW19 – Planted in 1897 to mark Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/397: Merton Cottage, Church Path, Merton Park, SW20 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/398: Poplar tree, southern end of Poplar Road, Merton Park, SW19 – The last remaining poplar in Poplar Road, planted by John Innes in the 1870s – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/399: Chestnut tree in Glebe field, Erridge Road, Merton Park, SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/400: Parents’ netball game, Merton Park Primary School, Erridge Road, Merton Park, SW19 – – John Priestland

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/401: Sack race, Glebe Field, Erridge Road, Merton Park SW19 – – Judith Goodman

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/402: Wilkes & Sons Scaffolding, Crown Lane, Morden, SM4 – Flying the England flag during the World Cup – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/403: 100 Cannon Hill Lane, Raynes Park (Cannon Hill), SW20 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/404: Jewish Cemetery, Rowan Road, Mitcham, SW16 – Plaque at gate inscribed: West End Chesed Vameth Burial Society – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/405: Trafalgar Day Celebrations, Nelson Gardens, Merton, SW19 – The Mayor and the town-crier of Merton – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/406: The Gardener’s Arms public house, 107 London Road, Mitcham, CR4 – Tiled surround to bar door – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/407: Webbs Shoe Shop, 162 London Road, Mitcham, CR4 – Interior – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/408: Memorial, London Road Cemetery, Mitcham, CR4 – Memorial of a diver who died in 1964 – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/409: St Barnabas’ Church Hall, Thirsk Road, Mitcham, CR4 – Arts and Crafts window – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/410: St Barnabas’ Church Hall, Thirsk Road, Mitcham, CR4 – Neo-Wren plasterwork – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/411: 193-199 (right) and 201-221 Streatham Road, Mitcham, CR4 – Some shop fronts retain original tile panels between them (but covered by paint, etc)Shop fronts – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/412: 215/217 Streatham Road, Mitcham, CR4 – Art Nouveau tile panel between shop fronts – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/413: F Strowger & Company, 14 Upper Green East, Mitcham, CR4 – Hardware and gardening store Exterior – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/414: F Strowger & Company, 14 Upper Green East, Mitcham, CR4 – Interior shortly before alteration – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/415: Courtesy Florals, 219 London Road, Mitcham, CR4 – Exterior – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/416: Courtesy Florals, 219 London Road, Mitcham, CR4 – Interior – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/417: Owino Supermarket, 195 London Road, Mitcham, CR4 – African, English and Continental Food Exterior – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/418: Posh Junk, 74 Monarch Parade, London Road, Mitcham, CR4 – Exterior – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/419: Posh Junk, 74 Monarch Parade, London Road, Mitcham, CR4 – Interior – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/420: The Gardener’s Arms public house, 107 London Road, Mitcham, CR4 – Exterior – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/421: Mitcham (Fishing) Tackle, 72 Church Road, Mitcham, CR4 – Exterior – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/422: Three Kings Pond, Mitcham, CR4 – Newly-laid reed beds – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/423: Church of St Peter and St Paul, Church Road, Mitcham, CR4 – Hood mould stop, exterior east wall – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/424: Playground, Canons Leisure Centre, Commonside West, Mitcham, CR4 – Climbing frames – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/425: Galaxy Communications Centre, 6 Upper Green West, Mitcham, CR4 – Exterior – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/426: Du Cane Laundrette and Dry Cleaning, 243 Northborough Road, Mitcham, SW16 – Interior – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/427: Methodist Church, Cricket Green, Mitcham, CR4 – ExteriorExterior – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/428: The White Lion of Mortimer public house, Upper Green East, Mitcham, CR4 – Formerly The Buck’s Head Exterior – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/429: Dr TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine), 8 Upper Green West, Mitcham, CR4 – Interior – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/430: 1-5 Streatham Road, Mitcham, CR4 – Renshaw Corner Exterior – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/431: Zippo’s Circus, Figges Marsh, Mitcham, CR4 – Exterior Big Top, – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/432: Gorringe Park Hotel, 29 London Road, Mitcham, CR4 – Exterior – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/433: Turnpike Trust Milestone, Lower Green West, Mitcham, CR4 – ‘Whitehall 8 ½ mls. Royal Exchange 9 mls’ – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/434: St Peter and St Paul,Church Road, Mitcham, CR4 – Cemetery and churchyard The tall cross (right) marks the family grave of Henry Downing, architect of St Barnabas’ Church, Mitcham – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/435: Mitcham Public Library, 157 London Road, Mitcham, CR4 – The newly-refurbished interior – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/436: Seven Islands Pond, Mitcham Common, CR4 – North side, looking east – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/437: Wandle Industrial Museum, Lower Green West, Mitcham, CR4 – Interior – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/438: Bramcote Court, Bramcote Avenue, Mitcham, CR4 – ExteriorExterior – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/439: Strowger Ltd, 395-397 London Road, Mitcham, CR4 – Locksmith, hardware and collectables Interior – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/440: Mitcham Tram Stop, London Road, Mitcham, CR4 – Seen from approach from London RoadSach from London Road – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/441: Wandle House, Riverside Drive, Mitcham, CR4 – Exterior of bowed front – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/442: River Wandle upstream from Watermeads, Mitcham, CR4 – The river here marks the boundary between the boroughs of Merton (left) and Sutton – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/443: The Goat public house, Goat Road, Mitcham, CR4 – Exterior – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/444: Mitcham Junction Railway Station, Mitcham, CR4 – Seen from the approach road – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/445: Mitcham Common Golf Club, Mitcham, CR4 – Seen from footpath to the west – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/446: Sue Tickner (organizer, Age Concern) and John Dehaney (Deputy Mayor of Merton), Merton Hall, Kingston Road, Merton SW19 – At the International Food Fair and Cultural Day – part of Merton’s Celebrating Age Festival – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/447: Visitors to the Food Fair, Merton Hall, Kingston Road, Merton SW19 – At the International Food Fair and Cultural Day – part of Merton’s Celebrating Age Festival – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/448: Servers and customers at the Food Fair, Merton Hall, Kingston Road, Merton SW19 – At the International Food Fair and Cultural Day – – part of Merton’s Celebrating Age Festival – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/449: Members of the Merton and Morden Guild at the Food Fair, Merton Hall, Kingston Road, Merton SW19 – At the International Food Fair and Cultural Day – – part of Merton’s Celebrating Age Festival – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/450: Cake made by members of the Merton and Morden Guild at the Food Fair, Merton Hall, Kingston Road, Merton SW19 – At the International Food Fair and Cultural Day – – part of Merton’s Celebrating Age Festival – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/451: Indian dancers at the Food Fair, Merton Hall, Kingston Road, Merton SW19 – At the International Food Fair and Cultural Day – – part of Merton’s Celebrating Age Festival wooden porch – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/452: By the Snuff Mill Environmental Centre (left), Morden Hall Park, Morden SM4 – During a walk around Morden Hall Park, organized by the National Trust as part of Merton’s Celebrating Age Festival – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/453: Inside the stable yard, Morden Hall Park, Morden SM4 – During a walk around Morden Hall Park, organized by the National Trust as part of Merton’s Celebrating Age Festival – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/454: Footbridge over the River Wandle (viewed from behind the stable block), Morden Hall Park, Morden SM4 – During a walk around Morden Hall Park, organized by the National Trust as part of Merton’s Celebrating Age Festival – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/455: The head gardener, Morden Hall Park, Morden SM4 – During a walk around Morden Hall Park, organized by the National Trust as part of Merton’s Celebrating Age Festival – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/456: Automated Santa Claus in front garden, corner Lower Morden Lane and Epsom Road, Lower Morden SM4 – Around Lower Morden Lane – famous for its Christmas lights on houses and in gardens – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/457: Illuminated Santa Claus and reindeer, Lower Morden Lane, Lower Morden SM4 – Around Lower Morden Lane – famous for its Christmas lights on houses and in gardens – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/458: Illuminated front of house, Cardinal Avenue, Lower Morden SM4 – Around Lower Morden Lane – famous for its Christmas lights on houses and in gardens – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/459: Santa Claus and illuminations on scaffolding tower in front garden, Lower Morden Lane, Lower Morden SM4 – Around Lower Morden Lane – famous for its Christmas lights on houses and in gardens – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/460: Illuminated front of house, Lower Morden Lane, Lower Morden SM4 – Around Lower Morden Lane – famous for its Christmas lights on houses and in gardens – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/461: Collectors for St Raphael’s Hospice Charity, Lower Morden Lane, Lower Morden SM4 – Around Lower Morden Lane – famous for its Christmas lights on houses and in gardens – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/462: Warehouse, 215-217 Kingston Road (adjoining Wilton Crescent), Merton Park SW19 – To be redeveloped Formerly a St Christoper’s and Trinitarian Bible Society building – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/463: Lake, Cannon Hill Common, Cannon Hill, SW20 – Under snow – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/464: Lake, Cannon Hill Common, Cannon Hill, SW20 – Under snow – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/465: Cannon Hill Common, Cannon Hill, SW20 – Students throwing snowballs – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/466: Cannon Hill Common, Cannon Hill, SW20 – Students throwing snowballs – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/467: Rear of The George Inn, Epsom Road, Morden, SM4 – St Lawrence’s Church and houses under snow – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/468: St Lawrence’s Church, London Road, Morden, SM4 – Under snow – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/469: Council workers gritting pavements, corner Aberconway and Abbotsbury Roads, Morden, SM4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/470: Council workers gritting pavements, corner Aberconway and Abbotsbury Roads, Morden, SM4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/471: Red Cottage (right) and Saddlers End (left), Morden Hall Road, Morden SM4 – Cottages are within the National Trust’s Morden Hall Park estate – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/472: Mill Cottage, Morden Hall Park, Morden SM4 – Once home of James Groves and descendants, foreman of the adjoining snuff mill works Under snow – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/473: Morden Hall Park, Morden SM4 – Rear of Morden Hall, across River Wandle Under snow – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/474: Disused water wheel of snuff mills, Morden Hall Park, Morden SM4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/475: Gardener’s cottage and old mill stone, Morden Hall Park, Morden SM4 – Under snow – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/476: Interior of old stables, Morden Hall Park, Morden SM4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/477: Interior of old stables, Morden Hall Park, Morden SM4 – Displays on wall for benefit of visitors – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/478: Porch of St Mary the Virgin, Merton Park SW19 – – Alison Cowie

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/479: Gate of ‘Steeproof’, 17 Watery Lane, Merton Park SW 19 – One-time home of Dan Maskell, BBC Tennis commentator – Alan Forbes

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/480: Falling blossom from cherry trees, Circle Gardens, Merton Park SW19 – – Maeve Forbes

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/481: Interior of tram on tram track – Between Mitcham Junction CR4, and Beddington Lane stations – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/482: Cranmer Green, Mitcham CR4 – – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/483: Churchyard of St Peter and St Paul, Church Road, Mitcham CR4 – Eighteenth- and nineteenth century headstones – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/484: Extension of churchyard of St Peter and St Paul, Church Road, Mitcham CR4, showing marble angel – Only survivor here of a once numerous flock of marble angels – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/485: Upper Green West, Mitcham, CR4, showing Christmas street lights – Foggy approach to Festive Season – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/486: Clarendon Grove, Mitcham CR4 – Illuminated Christmas ‘snowmen’ – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/487: Church of St Olave, Church Walk, Mitcham SW16 – Exterior from Middle Road – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/488: Church of St Olave, Church Walk, Mitcham SW16, showing rainwater head dated 1930 – Rainwater head dated 1930 – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/489: Church of St Olave, Church Walk, Mitcham SW16, showing capital of column supporting dome – Capital of column supporting dome – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/490: Church of St Olave, Church Walk, Mitcham SW16 – Figure of St Joseph – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/491: Church of St Olave, Church Walk, Mitcham SW16 – Interior view, including 18th century pulpit – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/492: National Grid-Transco, Western Road, Mitcham CR4 – 19th century stock brick boundary wall – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/493: National Grid-Transco, Western Road, Mitcham CR4 – Gas holder and communications tower – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/494: Mitcham Common CR4 – Footpath leading from Commonside East to Seven Islands Pond – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/495: Mitcham Common CR4, near junction of Commonside East and Ceders Avenue – Drifts of Rosebay Willowherb – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/496: Brenley Close, Mitcham CR4 – The homeof the photographer: typical semi-detatched house in local authority development (1949) Under snow – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/497: Three Kings Pond, Mitcham CR4 – Looking towards Commonside EastUnder snow – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/498: Three Kings Pond, Mitcham CR4 – Looking towards Upper Green East. Under snow – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/499: Upper Green, Mitcham CR4 – Looking north towards London Road. Under snow – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/500: Status Fair, Mitcham Common CR4 – Roundabout – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/501: Status Fair, Mitcham Common CR4 – Dodgems – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/502: Status Fair, Mitcham Common CR4 – The Mayor of Merton receiving a bouquet – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/503: Status Fair, Mitcham Common CR4 – The Mayor of Merton officially opening the Status Fair with the ‘Golden Key’ – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/504: Lower Green East, Mitcham CR4 – Cricket Green memorial stone with arms of the Borough of Mitcham – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/505: Walled Garden, The Canons, Mitcham CR4 – – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/506: Vestry Hall, Lower Green West, Mitcham CR4 – ‘Celebrating Age’ Month Mrs Sheila Harris introducing a film on silk printing – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/507: Wandle Industrial Museum, Lower Green West, Mitcham CR4 – ‘Celebrating Age’ Month. Demonstration of silk printing – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/508: Churchyard of St Peter and St Paul, Church Road, Mitcham CR4 – Headstone marking grave of three children of the Atwood family ‘poisoned by eating fuguous vegetables mistaken for Champignons’ in 1808 – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/509: 41 Upper Green East, Mitcham CR4 – Interior of Locksmiths – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/510: Mostyn Road, Merton Park SW19 – Showing felled chestnut trees, planted in the 1870s by John Innes – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/511: The Leather Bottle, Kingston Road, Merton Park, SW19 – Corner of Merton Hall Road – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/512: Entrance to the David Lloyd Centre, Bushey Road, Raynes Park SW20 – A sports and leisure centre – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/513: 88-93 Merton Mansions, Bushey Road, Raynes Park SW20 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/514: North side of Bushey Road, Raynes Park SW20 – Shows Wimbledon 4×4 – specialist dealer in “Chelsea tractors” – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/515: Golfbidder, 253 West Barnes Lane, West Barnes KT3 – Part of mock-Georgian parade of offices – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/516: The Beverley public house at the junction of Hillcross Avenue and Lower Morden Lane, Lower Morden, SM4 – The pub was built in the 1930s, and named after the nearby Beverley cottages, not after the later aircraft shown on the sign – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/517: Corner of Martin Way and Cannon Hill Lane, Cannon Hill, SW20 – Looking north-east, showing recently felled tree – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/518: No 147 (Kings Security [locksmiths]) and No 149 (Sculpture [hairdressers]), Cannon Hill Lane, SW20 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/519: Acacia tree, Dorset Road, Merton Park SW19 – Winner of “Merton tree of the year, 2006” – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/520: Kendor Gardens, Merton Park, SW19, near the Dorset Road entrance – The park covers the Underground at shallow depth near Morden Station – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/521: Abbey Recreation Ground, Morden Road, Merton, SW19 – Fuel storage at rear of old changing rooms – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/522: 13 Parkleigh Road, Merton, SW19 – Terrace house with the original (unpainted) decorated brickwork – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/523: 13 Parkleigh Road, Merton, SW19 – Detail of the original (unpainted) decorated brickwork on terrace house – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/524: Resurfacing works, Morden Road, Merton SW19 – Adjoining the Prince of Wales – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/525: Demolition of Sleepeeze, 16 Morden Road, Merton, SW19 – Building demolition (see MHS 22) – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/526: St John the Divine (left) and new buildings, off High Path, Merton SW19 – Taken from Nelson Gardens The new buildings include a vicarage (left) and apartments They are on the site of the former vicarage (see MHS 19) – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/527: Nos 2 (right) to 6 (left) Station Road, Morden SM4 – Terraced houses – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/528: Crown House, Crown Road, Morden SM4 – Houses offices of London Borough of Merton – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/529: Nos 7 (left) and 9 Camrose Close, Morden SM4 – Mock tudor semi-detached houses – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/530: 1 Crown Road, Morden SM4 – Headquarters of the Mitcham and Morden Labour Party – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/531: Crown House, with The Crown public house in foreground, Morden SM4 – Taken from corner of Crown Road and London Road, looking north – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/532: The tomb of John Innes (1829-1904), “Squire of Merton Park”, St Mary’s churchyard, Church Path, Merton Park, SW19 – Local historian and author Clive Whichelow leading a walk by members of the John Innes Society – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/533: Corner of Dorset Road and Sheridan Road, Merton Park, SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/534: Roundabout, north end of Kingswood Road, Merton Park, SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/535: Roundabout, north end of Kingswood Road, Merton, Merton Park, SW19 – The signpost – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/536: Telephone Exchange, Kingston Road, Merton Park, SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/537: Southern end, west side, of Hartfield Road, Merton Park, SW19 – Formerly café and shops, awaiting redevelopment wooden porch – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/538: Finch & Co, Estate Agents, 193, Kingston Road, Merton Park, SW19 – Corner of Hartfield Road Celebrating company centenary in September 2007 – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/539: School of Foundation Studies, Wimbledon College of Art, Palmerston Road, Merton, SW19 – Corner of Kingston Road – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/540: School of Foundation Studies, Wimbledon College of Art, Palmerston Road, Merton, SW19 – Sculpture of frontage of building Corner of Kingston Road – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/541: Cherry Pie Music, 111 Kingston Road, Merton, SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/542: The Salvation Army, 109 Kingston Road, Merton, SW19 – Fire station tower in background – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/543: Wimbledon Fire Station, 87 Kingston Road, Merton, SW19 – Corner of Southey Road – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/544: Merton Hall, 78 Kingston Road, Merton, SW19 – Built by John Innes, 1900, designed by HQuartermain Previously called the Masonic Hall Showing modern extension – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/545: Merton Hall, 78 Kingston Road, Merton, SW19 – Built by John Innes, 1900, designed by HG Quartermain Previously called the Masonic Hall – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/546: Merton Manor Club and Institute, 76 Kingston Road, Merton, SW19 – Built by John Innes, 1890, designed by HG Quartermain Formally opened in September 1891 – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/547: Polski Slep, 3 Kingston Road, Merton, SW19 – Polish grocers, serving the increased size of the Polish communit, floowing Poland’s entry to the EU – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/548: The Grove Tavern, 2 Morden Road, Merton, SW19 – Corner of Kingston Road, opposite South Wimbledon Underground – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/549: The Kilkenny Tavern, 132 Merton High Street, Merton, SW19 – Adjoining South Wimbledon Underground Previously the Horse and Groom (until 1997), commonly known as The Dark House – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/550: Wimbledon Sewing Machine Co (Retail) Ltd, 214 Merton High Street, Merton, SW19 – Under snow – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/551: Sainsbury’s Store, 1 Merton High Street, Merton, SW19 – Formerly known as the Savacentre, on site of Merton Board Mills River Wandle on right – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/552: River Wandle by Merton Bridge, Merton High Street, Merton, SW19 – Sainsbury’s store in background – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/553: Fisherman, by the Wandle at Merton Bridge, Merton High Street, Merton, SW19 – Sainsbury’s store in background – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/554: Offices of London General Transport Services Ltd, 18 Merton High Street, Merton, SW19 – Formerly The King’s Head – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/555: Merton Bus Garage, Merton High Street, Merton, SW19 – Bus company offices on left (formerly The King’s Head) – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/556: “Blue” Public House (mid-19th cent), 222 High Street, Colliers Wood, SW19 – Was The Royal Six Bells until 2003 – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/557: Kiss Me Hardy Public House (2002), Priory Retail Park, Colliers Wood, SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/558: Burger King, Priory Retail Park, Colliers Wood, SW19 – With the 19-storey, dark grey Apex tower (1967) in the background – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/559: Cottage, 70 Christchurch Road, Colliers Wood, SW19 – The replica built in 1980 of an early 19th century cottage demolished in 1979 – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/560: The Nelson Hospital, The Rush, Kingston Road, Merton Park, SW20 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/561: The Nelson Hospital, The Rush, Kingston Road, Merton Park, SW20 – The Memorial Wing – doorway and memorial tablet – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/562: The Firework Factory, 198 Lower Morden Lane, Lower Morden, SM4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/563: Paddling Pool, Morden Park, Morden, SM4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/564: Rear of Morden Park house, Morden Park, Morden, SM4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/565: Morden Park car park, Morden, SM4 – Fairground ride, ready to be moved away after fireworks in the park the night before – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/566: Clearing up after Guy Fawkes celebrations the night before, Morden Park, Morden, SM4 – Swimming pool in background – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/567: Merton College new extension (2007), Morden Park, Morden, SM4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/568: Morden Parish Hall, Central Road, Morden, SM4 – Formerly the old School House – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/569: The old School House, Central Road, Morden, SM4 – Opened 1731 The side of the building, now incorporated into the Parish Hall, taken from the garden – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/570: The old School House, Central Road, Morden, SM4 – Opened 1731 On the side of the building, now incorporated into the Parish Hall, taken from the garden – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/571: Playing Fields, Morden Park, Links Avenue, Morden, SM4 – Disused changing rooms – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/572: Playing Fields, Morden Park, Links Avenue, Morden, SM4 – Disused tennis courts with disused changing rooms in background – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/573: Footpath, Links Avenue, Morden, SM4 – Path between Links Avenue and London Road, looking north – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/574: Hamseys Bed Centre, 1 London Road, Morden, SM4 – Opening Sale Formerly Wheatlands furniture shop, until October 2007 – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/575: Abbotsbury Road, Morden, SM4 – Front gardens of houses on east side of road, Aberconway Road in background – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/576: Bidder’s Pond, Mitcham Common, CR4 – Purley Way Trading Estate beyond – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/577: The Parish Centre, Church Road, Mitcham, CR4 – Talk by Eric ‘Monty’ Montague on ‘ Mitcham Forty Years Ago’ to the Merton Historical Society – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/578: Lower Green West, Mitcham, CR4 – Tony Scott’s conducted walk around Mitcham Cricket Green, on behalf of the Merton Historical Society, – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/579: Mitcham Common, Mitcham, CR4 – “Wild Watch” group – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/580: Cricket Green, Mitcham, CR4 – Patronal Festival Mass, parish of SS Peter & Paul – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/581: Wandle Industrial Museum, Lower Green West, Mitcham, CR4 – Display about Young’s Brewery (closed 2007) – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/582: Wandle Industrial Museum, Lower Green West, Mitcham, CR4 – Mrs Sheila Harris, Administrator of the Museum and Hon Secretary of the Merton Historical Society – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/583: Three Kings Pond, Mitcham, CR4 – – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/584: Junction of Greyhound Terrace, Mitcham, CR4, and Streatham Vale, SW16 – Taken from upper deck of bus – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/585: Mitcham Public Library, London Road, Mitcham, CR4 – – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/586: The Gardener’s Arms and weatherboarded cottages, London Road, Mitcham, CR4 – Taken from upper deck of bus – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/587: Ravensbury Arms, Croydon Road, Mitcham Common, CR4 – – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/588: Remembrance Day Parade, London Road, Mitcham, CR4 – Passing Mitcham Cricket Green – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/589: The War Memorial, Lower Green West, Mitcham, CR4 – The Bishop of Kingston at the Service on Remembrance Day – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/590: Parish Church of St Peter and St Paul, Church Road, Mitcham, CR4 – Nave, looking west, – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/591: Remembrance Day Parade, Lower Green West, Mitcham, CR4 – – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/592: ‘Wild Watch’ group, Commonside East, Mitcham, CR4 – Investigating pond life at Arthur’s Pond – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/593: Merton Historical Society meeting, Parish Centre, Church Road, Mitcham, CR4 – Peter Hopkins and customers at the Publications Table – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/594: Bishopsford Road, (Sutton) – Looking north towards Mitcham , the high ground of Streatham in the far distance – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/595: Gorringe Park Hotel, 29 Mitcham Road, Mitcham, CR4 – As seen from a bus – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/596: London Road, Mitcham, CR4 – Looking north towards Figges Marsh, from bus, – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/597: New, double-height traffic lights, London Road, Mitcham, CR4 – Looking north towards Fair Green – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/598: Wandle Park, High Street, Colliers Wood, SW19 – Sculpture, children’s playyground – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/599: Wandle Park, High Street, Colliers Wood, SW19 – Looking north with pylon – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/600: Rapid House, 54 Wandle Bank, Colliers Wood, SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/601: Memorial Fountain, Wandle Park, High Street, Colliers Wood, SW19 – Memorial to Harry Ashby (who lived at Wandle Bank House 1837-1881) and his son-in-law Robert Fenwick (who lived at Wandle Bank House 1867-1895) – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/602: Wandle Park, High Street, Colliers Wood, SW19 – Looking north to modern housing at junction of Byegrove Road and Wandle Bank – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/603: Wandle Park, High Street, Colliers Wood, SW19 – Stream, looking east towards Byegrove Road – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/604: Memorial drinking fountain, Wandle Park, High Street, Colliers Wood, SW19 – Memorial to John Feeney, on the opening of the Park, July 11, 1907 – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/605: The Tower, High Street, Colliers Wood, SW19 – Looking east – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/606: Nos 2 and 3 Millers Mead Cottages, High Street, Colliers Wood, SW19 – A rebuilding in 1981 of Millers Mead – mid-18th century cottages – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/607: The Colliers Tup public house, 198 High Street, Colliers Wood, SW19 – Previously (until 2004) The Victory – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/608: Colliers Wood Underground Station, High Street, Colliers Wood, SW19 – 1926, architect Charles Holden – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/609: The Royal Standard public house, High Street, Colliers Wood, SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/610: [?Former Singlegate School], South Gardens, Colliers Wood, SW19 – Roof detail Now houses Jamia Ahmadiyya – A Muslem organization – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/611: Playground, Singlegate First School, South Gardens, Colliers Wood, SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/612: Colliers Wood Recreation Ground, Colliers Wood, SW19 – The Tower in the distance – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/613: Atlasta Hall, Colwood Gardens, Colliers Wood, SW19 – Former home (until 2008) of the Royal Navy Association Club – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/614: Christ Church, Christchurch Road, Colliers Wood, SW19 – Built May 1874 – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/615: The Tower, High Street, Colliers Wood/Christchurch Road, Colliers Wood, SW19 – Formerly knwon as Apex Or Lyon Tower Muitl-storey car park on left – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/616: Former Singlegate school, South Gardens, Colliers Wood, SW19 – Now houses Jamia Ahmadiyya – A Muslim organization – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/617: Wandle Meadow Nature Park, off North Road, Colliers Wood, SW19 – Opened 9 April 1994 Formerly Wandle Valley Sewage Diposal Works, and before that Byegrove Mead – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/618: The River Wandle, Wandle Meadow Nature Park, Colliers Wood, SW19 – Looking north from footbridge leading to Garfield Recreation Ground – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/619: Wandle Meadow Nature Park, Colliers Wood, SW19 – Looking north from North Road – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/620: Thames Water Pumping Station, Byegrove Road, Colliers Wood, SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/621: Mrs Judith Goodman, Chairman, Merton Historical Society – At the Society’s Annual Lunch held at Park Place, Commonside West, Mitcham CR4 – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/622: Big Yellow Self Storage, Morden Road, Merton, SW19 – Newly built, replacing “Sleepezee” – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/623: BOC Gases, Deer Park Road, Merton, SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/624: London Road/Morden Road Roundabout, Morden, SM4 – Woolworths with new-style fascia (closed later in year with end of company ) – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/625: London Road/Morden Road Roundabout, Morden, SM4 – Looking west along London Road – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/626: Martin Way Methodist Church, Martin Way, Merton Park, SW20 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/627: St James Church, Martin Way, Merton Park, SW20 – Church Hall on left – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/628: Junction Martin Way/Cannon Hill Lane, Merton Park, SW20 – Reconstruction of roundabout – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/629: Site of pavilion, Cannon Hill Common, Cannon Hill, SW20 – After heavy damage by fire in February 2006, the pavilion was demolished in 2007 – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/630: Lake, Cannon Hill Common, Cannon Hill, SW20 – Water removed to allow maintenance and refurbishment works – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/631: Volunteers working on the wildlife reserve, Cannon Hill Common, Cannon Hill, SW20 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/632: Pond, Nature Reserve, Cannon Hill Common, Cannon Hill, SW20 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/633: 9 Langley Road, Merton Park, SW19 – Newly re-built to provide local authority rented family accommodation Was “Birnam”, flats replacing bomb-damaged house – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/634: Crane and Building Works, Wykeham House, off Langley Road, Merton Park, SW19 – Rebuilding and enlargement of Wykeham House, retirement housing, on garden of Dorset Hall – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/635: Langley Road, Merton Park, SW19 – From cul-de-sac, looking north-east – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/636: Entrance to new Marks & Spencer store, Merantun Way, Merton, SW19 – Store opened in ??? as part of Sainsbury’s large store (previously “Savacentre”) – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/637: Pizza Hut, Merantun Way, Merton, SW19 – New fast-food restaurant on land next to Merton Abbey Mills – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/638: KFC (Kentucky Fried Chicken), Merantun Way, Merton, SW19 – New fast-food restaurant on land next to Merton Abbey Mills – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/639: Coles Shop, Merton Abbey Mills, Merantun Way, Merton, SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/640: The Long Shop, Merton Abbey Mills, Merantun Way, Merton, SW19 – The Long Shop was enlarged in 2008-2009 to accommodate permanent retail outlets along the sides – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/641: The Premier Inn, Merantun Way, Merton, SW19 – New hotel on vacant plot between Church Road and Abbey Mills wooden porch – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/642: William Morris Display, The Chapter House of Merton Priory, under Merantun Way, Merton, SW19 – Chapter House open during 2009 “Open House” weekend – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/643: 15th century infirmary window, The Chapter House of Merton Priory, under Merantun Way, Merton, SW19 – Chapter House open during 2009 “Open House” weekend – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/644: Stone coffin of a prior, The Chapter House of Merton Priory, under Merantun Way, Merton, SW19 – Chapter House open during 2009 “Open House” weekend – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/645: Fragment of Chapter House wall, The Chapter House of Merton Priory, under Merantun Way, Merton, SW19 – Chapter House open during 2009 “Open House” weekend – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/646: Jessops Store, Church Road, Merton, SW19 – Part of new development adjoining the Tandem Centre – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/647: The Tandem Centre car park, Tandem Way, Merton, SW19 – Ice-cream van and hot-dog stall (right) – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/648: The Tandem Centre, Tandem Way, Merton, SW19 – The northern side, looking west – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/649: Park View Drive, off Haslemere Avenue, Phipps Bridge, Mitcham, CR4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/650: South Mitcham Community Centre and Leyland Court, off Haslemere Avenue, Phipps Bridge, Mitcham, CR4 – Leyland Court (left) is part of new developments replacing 1960s tower block – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/651: Thornville Grove, off Haslemere Avenue, Phipps Bridge, Mitcham, CR4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/652: Deen City Farm, off Phipps Bridge Road, Phipps Bridge, Mitcham, CR4 – The Growing Gardens project – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/653: Waste recycling point, Deen City Farm, off Phipps Bridge Road, Phipps Bridge, Mitcham, CR4 – The waste recycling point – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/654: Riding School, Deen City Farm, off Phipps Bridge Road, Phipps Bridge, Mitcham, CR4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/655: The fields, Deen City Farm, off Phipps Bridge Road, Phipps Bridge, Mitcham, CR4 – site of “Bunce’s Meadow” – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/656: Deen City Farm, off Phipps Bridge Road, Phipps Bridge, Mitcham, CR4 – Geese – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/657: Entrtance, Deen City Farm, off Phipps Bridge Road, Phipps Bridge, Mitcham, CR4 – Entrance, looking south – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/658: Bridge over River Wandle, off Phipps Bridge Road, Phipps Bridge, Mitcham, CR4 – Bridge leading to Deen City Farm Looking north (downstream) – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/659: River Wandle, off Phipps Bridge Road, Phipps Bridge, Mitcham, CR4 – Looking north (downstream) from about 100 m north of bridge to Deen City Farm – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/660: 86-94 Phipps Bridge Road, Phipps Bridge, Mitcham, CR4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/661: The Folly, adjoining 86 Phipps Bridge Road, Phipps Bridge, Mitcham, CR4 – From the road – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/662: The Folly, adjoining 86 Phipps Bridge Road, Phipps Bridge, Mitcham, CR4 – From the garden, looking south – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/663: Wandle Villa, [?96] Phipps Bridge Road, Phipps Bridge, Mitcham, CR4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/664: Wandle House, [?Phipps Bridge Road], Phipps Bridge, Mitcham, CR4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/665: Phipps Bridge Road Allotments, Phipps Bridge, Mitcham, CR4 – Frensham Court in background – last remaining tower block of the 1960s Phipps Bridge estate – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/666: New Close, Phipps Bridge, Mitcham, CR4 – Housing at north-eastern end of road – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/667: Phipps Bridge tramstop, off Phipps Bridge Road, Mitcham, CR4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/668: Rock Terrace Recreation Ground, Phipps Bridge, Mitcham, CR4 – New housing (background, right) at 30 Belgrave Road – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/669: Skateboarding, Rock Terrace Recreation Ground, Phipps Bridge, Mitcham, CR4 – Frensham Court (right) and housing in Queens Road (left) in background – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/670: 32-40 Belgrave Road, Phipps Bridge, Mitcham, CR4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/671: Morden Underground Station and offices, London Road, Morden, SM4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/672: Iceland and LIDL stores, Aberconway Road, Morden, SM4 – On site of former Morden cinema – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/673: Shopping Parade, Corner of London Road and Abeconway Road, Morden, SM4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/674: Front (Library) extension to Crown House, London Road, Morden, SM4 – The Civic Centre : Owned and occupied by the London Borough of Merton – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/675: Morden Library, Crown House, London Road, Morden, SM4 – Ground floor – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/676: Wind generators on roof of Crown House, London Road, Morden, SM4 – Four generators wee installed in ?? as a pilot project – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/677: View looking east from roof of Crown House, London Road, Morden, SM4 – Iceland and LIDL stores in foreground, Aberconway Road in centre, Morden Hall Park beyond – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/678: View looking north-east from roof of Crown House, London Road, Morden, SM4 – Looking along London Road Morden Underground station is centre left, Sainsbury’s supermarket beyond – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/679: View looking north from roof of Crown House, London Road, Morden, SM4 – Morden station buildings in foreground, Kenley , Daybrook and Morden Roads beyond, the Black Tower at Colliers Wood in distance (right) – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/680: View looking west from roof of Crown House, London Road, Morden, SM4 – Looking along Crown Lane and Martin Way Middle ground, right, is Poplar Primary School, with Mostyn Gardens beyond – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/681: View looking south-west from roof of Crown House, London Road, Morden, SM4 – Looking towards Morden Park in distance Queens Road in foreground To left is London Road and the Mosque – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/682: The Grange, London Road-Central Road junction, Morden, SM4 – View from roundabout of refurbished old building Offices – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/683: The Grange, London Road-Central Road junction, Morden, SM4 – View from entrance in Central Road Refurbished old building on left, modern extension on right Offices – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/684: Barratt Homes building site, Central Road, Morden, SM4 – Site of previous 6th form college – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/685: St George’s Church, Central Road, Morden, SM4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/686: The Morden Tavern, Central Road, Morden, SM4 – Corner of Abbotsbury Road – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/687: Alexandra Square, off Central Road, Morden, SM4 – Haig Memorial homes, provided by FK Nielberg, 1930 – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/688: The George Inn, Epsom Road, Morden, SM4 – A Harvester Pub & Restaurant – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/689: Church of St Lawrence, Morden, Epsom Road, Morden, SM4 – The Church (1630s) and Lych Gate – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/690: Interior, Church of St Lawrence, Morden, Epsom Road, Morden, SM4 – The East window, incorporating the Ten Commanments, and figures of Moses and Aaron – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/691: Headstone in graveyard, Church of St Lawrence, Morden, Epsom Road, Morden, SM4 – Grave of Augustus Shermuly, inventor of the pistol-rocket life-saving apparatus – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/692: Church of St Lawrence, Morden, Epsom Road, Morden, SM4 – Church Centre, left, and Parish Office, right – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/693: Church Farm Cottage, Epsom Road, Morden, SM4 – With Church of St Lawrence, Morden, in background – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/694: The Manor House, Epsom Road, Morden, SM4 – Residential home – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/695: Commonside West, Mitcham, CR4 – Construction of new Training Ship ‘Trafalgar’ for Sea Cadets – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/696: Methodist Church, Cricket Green, Mitcham, CR4 – Rear view from The Canons – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/697: Mitcham Eastfields Rail Station, CR4 – Merton Borough Councillors meeting users at the newly- opened station – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/698: Mitcham Eastfields Rail Station, CR4 – Level crossing at the new station – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/699: Mitcham Eastfields Rail Station, CR4 – Up train approaching A group of Merton Borough Councillors and station users at left – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/700: Southern approach to Mitcham Eastfields Rail Station, CR4 – AM view fr AM View from Beehive Bridge, Commonside East Up-line removed for replacement – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/701: Southern approach to Mitcham Eastfields Rail Station, CR4 – PM View from Beehive Bridge, Commonside East Newly- laid up- line – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/702: Jack Sparrowhawk & Son cart, Three Kings Piece, Mitcham Common, CR4 – – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/703: 1-3 Upper Green East, Mitcham, CR4 – Construction of commercial premises – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/704: Former Beehive public house, Commonside East, Mitcham, CR4 – During conversion to residential apartments – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/705: Masin Collins, 8 and 10 Cricket Green, Mitcham, CR4 – Built in 1838 for the master and mistress of the National Infants School – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/706: Mill Green, Mitcham, CR4 – Looking north-west Canalised contributory stream of River Wandle – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/707: Mitcham Common Ecology Centre, Mill Road, Mitcham, CR4 – Open day – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/708: Mitcham Common Ecology Centre, Mill Road, Mitcham, CR4 – Open Day, display for school children – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/709: Jack Sparrowhawk & Son cart, Three Kings Piece, Mitcham Common CR4 – – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/710: Magrath Locksmith, 41 Upper Green East, Mitcham, CR4 – – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/711: 9 Commonside East, Mitcham, CR4 – Overlooking Three Kings Pond – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/712: 5, 7 and 9 Commonside East, Mitcham, CR4 – The central building was constructed a few years before to match its weather boarded neighbour (at left) – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/713: 4 Commonside West, Mitcham, CR4 – Prior to extensive repairs to the structure after a fire in Summer 2009 – Ray Ninnis

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/714: Cottages, near Stonecot Hill, Garth Road, Lower Morden, SM4 – c 1890s/1900s – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/715: House, Camborne Road, Morden, SM4 – Newly built house (2010) – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/716: Kelstone Court Nursing Home, Camborne Road, Morden, SM4 – Built 1960’s? – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/717: Morden Assembly Rooms, Tudor Drive, Morden, SM4 – Near to the Beverley Roundabout – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/718: Maisonettes, Lynmouth Avenue, Morden, SM4 – c mid 1930s – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/719: Maisonettes, Lynmouth Avenue, Morden, SM4 – c mid 1930s – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/720: Maisonettes, Lynmouth Avenue, Morden, SM4 – c mid 1930s – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/721: Footbridge over Pyl Brook, Morden, SM4 – Between Lynmouth Avenue and Garth Close, Morden – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/722: Footbridge over Pyl Brook, Morden, SM4 – Between Lynmouth Avenue and Garth Close, Morden – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/723: Former BP Service Station, Grand Drive, Morden SM4 – At Beverley Roundabout – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/724: Bungalow, Glenthorpe Road, Morden, SM4 – Corner of Camborne Road – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/725: Cannon Hill Common, Cannon Hill Road, London SW20: overhanging tree, looking up hill – Overhanging Tree, Looking up hill – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/726: Cannon Hill Common, Cannon Hill Road, London SW20: overhanging tree, looking down hill – Overhanging Tree, Looking down hill – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/727: Eastway Day Centre, Eastway, Morden, SM4 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/728: Eastway Day Centre, Eastway, Morden, SM4 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/729: The Oaks Sheltered Housing, Eastway, Morden, SM4 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/730: The Oaks Sheltered Housing, Eastway, Morden, SM4 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/731: The Oaks Sheltered Housing, Eastway, Morden, SM4 – The rear – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/732: River and Cloth Exhibition, Merton Abbey Mills, London SW19 – 17-23 Sept 2010 Showing main door way of marquee, – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/733: River and Cloth Exhibition, Merton Abbey Mills – 17-23 Sept 2010 Overall view of inside of marquee. Side panel (left) showing textile trees completed by various Merton schools – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/734: River and Cloth Exhibition, Merton Abbey Mills, London SW19 – 17-23 Sept 2010 Display of tapestry and stitch work by Merton schools Right side – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/735: River and Cloth Exhibition, Merton Abbey Mills, London SW19 – 17-23 Sept 2010 Examples of Indigo printing – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/736: River and Cloth Exhibition, Merton Abbey Mills, London SW19 – 17-23 Sept 2010 Examples of dye work – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/737: River and Cloth Exhibition, Merton Abbey Mills, London SW19 – 17-23 Sept 2010 Trellis Embroidery – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/738: River and Cloth Exhibition, Merton Abbey Mills, London SW19 – 17-23 Sept 2010 Display of HapaZome dye printing – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/739: River and Cloth Exhibition, Merton Abbey Mills, London SW19 – 17-23 Sept 2010 Display of Liberty and Sari block printing blocks – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/740: River and Cloth Exhibition, Merton Abbey Mills, London SW19 – 17-23 Sept 2010 Hanging examples of Madder and Indigo printing – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/741: River and Cloth Exhibition, Merton Abbey Mills, London SW19 – 17-23 Sept 2010 DVDs showed the David Evans block printing works at Crayford and the Liberty works at Merton – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/742: River and Cloth Exhibition, Merton Abbey Mills, London SW19 – 17-23 Sept 2010 Volunteers manned the event – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/743: Stable Block, National Trust, Morden Hall Park, Morden, SM4 – Celebrating Age 2010: behind the Scenes Tour of proposed Living Green Centre The stable block is used to store machinery used in the park This is to be moved to a new location – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/744: Stable Block, National Trust, Morden Hall Park, Morden, SM4 – Celebrating Age 2010: behind the Scenes Tour of proposed Living Green Centre Looking at the proposed plans 1 – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/745: Stable Block, National Trust, Morden Hall Park, Morden, SM4 – Celebrating Age 2010: behind the Scenes Tour of proposed Living Green Centre Fencing and other materials ready to use on the building – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/746: Stable Block, National Trust, Morden Hall Park, Morden, SM4 – Celebrating Age 2010: behind the Scenes Tour of proposed Living Green Centre Looking at various items found in the stable block – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/747: Stable Block, National Trust, Morden Hall Park, Morden, SM4 – Celebrating Age 2010: behind the Scenes Tour of proposed Living Green Centre Zoe Adams (Community Project Manager) National Trust – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/748: Stable Block, National Trust, Morden Hall Park, Morden, SM4 – Celebrating Age 2010: behind the Scenes Tour of proposed Living Green Centre The tree shown outside the stable block next to the clock tower is to be removed as part of the work – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/749: Stable Block, National Trust, Morden Hall Park, Morden, SM4 – Celebrating Age 2010: behind the Scenes Tour of proposed Living Green Centre Remains of one the waterwheels at Morden Hall snuff mills – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/750: Stable Block, National Trust, Morden Hall Park, Morden, SM4 – Celebrating Age 2010: behind the Scenes Tour of proposed Living Green Centre Zoe Adams explains what different materials will be used to create the Living Green centre – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/751: TIMMY WORTHiT store, 6 London Road, Morden, SM4 – Formerly Woolworth’s, which was one of the original stores in Morden town centre, in 1932, and closed on 2 January 2009 The former Woolworth’s building also incorporates SAAM’s function hall (first floor), SNT and MoneyGram – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/752: The Royal Surrey Pub, Aberconway Road, Morden SM4 – Formerly the “Abbot” public house, which changed name and ownership in June 2009 The Royal also own the members’ cardroom and snooker hall on the first and second floors – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/753: Mubarik Halal Meat, 8 London Road, Morden, SM4 – A Bajwa Food Store – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/754: Easy Tan (tanning studio) and Laundrette, Aberconway Road, Morden SM4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/755: Ravensbury Mill, Morden Road, Morden, SM4 – Early 19th century Converted to residential use in 1990s – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/756: Ravensbury Mill, Morden Road, Morden, SM4 – 18th century extension Unoccupied Hoped-for future home of the Wandle Industrial Museumor porch – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/757: Melsa Road, St Helier, Morden, SM4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/758: Bishopsford Arts College, Lilleshall Road, St Helier, Morden, SM4 – A State secondary comprehensive school Was called Bishopsford Community School Main school building – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/759: Bishopsford Arts College, Lilleshall Road, St Helier, Morden, SM4 – A State secondary comprehensive school Was called Bishopsford Community School The new sixth-form building, completed July 2010, opened September 2010 – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/760: Wandle House, Riverside Drive, Mitcham, CR4 – Grade II Listed building, about 1795 Now offices – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/761: Grove Mill buildings, off Riverside Drive, Mitcham, CR4 – 1907 building, replacing Grove Mill destroyed by fire Now private housing Behind Wandle House – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/762: Western end of Willow Lane industrial estate, Mitcham, CR4 – Taken from end of path from eastern end of Riverside Drive On right is a Scrap-yard at end of Wandle Way – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/763: Path behind Riverside Drive, Mitcham, CR4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/764: Mitcham Tramlink station, Mitcham, CR4 – Looking north towards London Road bridge over tramway Croydon-bound tram at station – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/765: Bramcote Court, Mitcham Park, Mitcham, CR4 – Apartment block on corner of Mitcham Park and Cricket Green – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/766: New apartments, Cricket Green, Mitcham, CR4 – Replacing petrol station, demolished 2009 – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/767: ‘Toys on Parade’, 3 Bramcote Parade, Cricket Green, Mitcham, CR4 – Replacing Cottam’s Pram Repair Shop, approx 2000 – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/768: Cranmer Primary School, Mitcham, CR4 – Viewed across the playground from pathway between The Close and Caesars Walk – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/769: Pathway between The Close and Caesars Walk, Mitcham, CR4 – Looking south-eastwards, with new housing on right – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/770: The Cricketers public house, London Road, Lower Green, Mitcham, CR4 – The Youngs sign was removed in Spring 2010 (among rumours of potential closure) The Vestry Hall in the background – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/771: Hooden on the Green public house, London Road, Mitcham Cricket Green, CR4 – Formerly The White Hart, changed its name at end of 2000 – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/772: Old Bank House, 342-344 London Road, Mitcham Cricket Green, CR4 – Formerly a Bank, now offices – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/773: Caxton Cottages, 2-4 Lower Green West, Mitcham, CR4 – Next to “Caxton House” – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/774: Old school buildings, Lower Green West, Mitcham, CR4 – Sunday School established 1788, National School 1812 – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/775: Emma Hamilton public house, Kingston Road, Wimbledon Chase SW20 – The sign had just gone Photographed just before the closure of the pub in August 2010 – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/776: Apartment block under construction, Kingston Road, Wimbledon Chase SW20 – Corner of Rothesay Road, just east of Wimbledon Chase rail station Replacing part of shopping parade There will be retail units on the ground floor – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/777: Frontiers motor-cycle shop, 363 Kingston Road, Wimbledon Chase SW20 – Motor-cycle shop Adjoining new apartment block under construction – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/778: Wimbledon Chase Rail Station, Wimbledon Chase SW20 – Opened on 7 July, 1929, when the line from Wimbledon to South Merton opened – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/779: Railway Bridge over the Kingston Road, Wimbledon Chase SW20 – Wimbledon to Sutton rail line Looking south-west – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/780: Multi-storey car park under demolition, Christchurch Road, Colliers Wood SW19 – The “Apex” tower (Black tower) behind – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/781: Pepi’s Bar and Restaurant, Western Road, Colliers Wood SW19 – Opened in July 2010 in building empty since the end of 2003 – formerly the “Prince of Wales”, at northern end of Western Road – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/782: Flat-roofed houses, Lewis Road, Mitcham, CR4 – Just east of junction with Portland Road Western Road gas-holder in background – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/783: Portland Road, Mitcham, CR4 – Showing wall of fomer gas works site, with gas holder and phone/radio mast – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/784: The Wheatsheaf convenience store, 98 Church Road, Mitcham, CR4 – Formerly an off-licence Survived wholesale post-war demoition of original houses on eastern side of Church Road – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/785: Fox’s Path, off Church Road, Mitcham, CR4 – Looking east at southern end of Bank Avenue – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/786: Lewis Road Recreation Ground, Mitcham, CR4 – Looking north from just inside southern entrance in Fox’s Path – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/787: The Generator Business Centre, 95 Miles Road, Mitcham, CR4 – Managed by Merton Chamber of Commerce – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/788: New housing off Miles Road, Mitcham, CR4 – On northern side of Miles Road, extending to Fox’s Path – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/789: Miles Road Playing Field, Miles Road, Mitcham, CR4 – Taken from eastern end of Miles Road, looking south – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/790: Former gas works site off Western Road, Mitcham, CR4 – Taken from eastern end of Miles Road, looking east Most of site is for proposed mixed use development – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/791: 10-12 Church Path, Mitcham, CR4 – Plaque says “John Place” – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/792: London Road Playing Fields off London Road, Mitcham, CR4 – Photograph taken from entrance at southern end of Church Path looking south-east towards blocks of flats on London Road Baron Walk on right – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/793: 30-32 Church Path, Mitcham, CR4 – “Maple Terrace, 1904” – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/794: Morden Park Fair, Morden Park, Morden, SM4 – Staff and ambulance of the St John Ambulance London (Prince of Wales’s) District, Bank Holiday Monday. Organized by Friends of Morden Park – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/795: Morden Park Fair, Morden Park, Morden, SM4: dog training practice – Morden Park Fair, Bank Holiday Monday – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/796: Morden Park Fair, Morden Park, Morden, SM4: entrants in dog show – Showing casual fashions of the time Morden Park Fair, Bank Holiday Monday Organized by Friends of Morden Park – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/797: Morden Park Fair, Morden Park, Morden, SM4: entrants in dog show – Showing casual fashions of the time Morden Park Fair, Bank Holiday Monday Organized by Friends of Morden Park – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/798: Morden Park Fair, Morden Park, Morden, SM4: entrants in dog show – Showing casual fashions of the time Morden Park Fair, Bank Holiday Monday Organized by Friends of Morden Park – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/799: Morden Park Fair, Morden Park, Morden, SM4: visitors to fair – Showing larger-size fashions of the time, Morden Park Fair, Bank Holiday Monday Organized by Friends of Morden Park – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/800: Morden Park Fair, Morden Park, Morden, SM4: children’s ride and slide – Morden Park Fair, Bank Holiday Monday Organized by Friends of Morden Park – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/801: Morden Park Fair, Morden Park, Morden, SM4: stall of the Mitcham and Morden Labour Party – Morden Park Fair, Bank Holiday Monday Organized by Friends of Morden Park – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/802: Morden Park Fair, Morden Park, Morden, SM4: yoga stall – Morden Park Fair, Bank Holiday Monday Organized by Friends of Morden Park – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/803: Morden Park Fair, Morden Park, Morden, SM4: campaigner at the Merton Seniors Forum stall – Morden Park Fair, Bank Holiday Monday Organized by Friends of Morden Park – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/804: Morden Park Fair, Morden Park, Morden, SM4 – Team from Morden Girls league warming up between matches during competition. Morden Park Fair, Bank Holiday Monday Organized by Friends of Morden Park – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/805: Morden Park Fair, Morden Park, Morden, SM4 – Blues/Rock group performing on stage, Morden Park Fair, Bank Holiday Monday Organized by Friends of Morden Park – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/806: Morden Park Fair, Morden Park, Morden, SM4: band on music stage – Morden Park Fair, Bank Holiday Monday Organized by Friends of Morden Park – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/807: The new North Side entrance to Raynes Park station, Coombe Lane, Raynes Park SW20 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/808: Frederick Paine Funeral Directors, 26 Crown Lane, Morden SM4 – Horse Drawn Funeral Carriage – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/809: Frederick Paine Funeral Directors, 26 Crown Lane, Morden SM4 – Horse Drawn Funeral Carriage – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/810: King George’s Playing Field -Park Pavilion, Tudor Drive, Morden, SM4 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/811: King George’s Playing Field -Park Pavilion, Tudor Drive, Morden, SM4 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/812: Pre-Fab Sports Buildings in Morden Park Lower Morden Lane/Epsom Road, Morden SM4 – Housing Merton Historical Society artefacts in lock-up – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/813: Former Lower Morden Library, 150 Lower Morden Lane, Morden SM4 – The Library closed in about 2005 – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/814: Willow Tree Nursery Montessori School, Dudley Drive, Morden SM4 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/815: Scout hut Rear of Dudley Drive, Morden SM4 – Used by16th Morden Scouts – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/816: Scout hut, Rear of Dudley Drive, Morden SM4 – Used by16th Morden Scouts – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/817: Rear of shops, 15-27 Tudor Drive, Morden SM4 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/818: Maisonettes, 336/338 Garth Road, Morden SM4 – With outside stair cases and unusual round window – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/819: Morden Country Show, Morden Hall Park Morden Road, Morden SM4 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/820: Morden Country Show, Morden Hall Park Morden Road, Morden SM4 – Site train ride – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/821: Morden Country Show, Morden Hall Park Morden Road, Morden SM4 – Solar Panel sales – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/822: Morden Country Show, Morden Hall Park Morden Road, Morden SM4 – Dog display – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/823: Morden Country Show, Morden Hall Park Morden Road, Morden SM4 – Black Jack Stall – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/824: Morden Country Show, Morden Hall Park Morden Road, Morden SM4 – Mini Steam Engine – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/825: Morden Country Show, Morden Hall Park Morden Road, Morden SM4 – Taking home a prize – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/826: Morden Country Show, Morden Hall Park Morden Road, Morden SM4 – Metal Work Stall – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/827: Morden Country Show, Morden Hall Park Morden Road, Morden SM4 – Horse rides – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/828: Entrance to Merton and Sutton Cemetery Lower Morden Lane, Morden SM4 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/829: Pavement Art Morden SM4 – Celebrating the marriage of Prince William and Kate Middleton – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/830: The Lodge at the entrance to Merton Mansions, Martin Way, Raynes Park SW20 – Corner of Bushey Road – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/831: Merton Mansions, Martin Way, Raynes Park SW20 – Corner of Bushey Road – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/832: The Emma Hamilton Public House, Kingston Road, SW20 – Closed in August 2010 Near Wimbledon Chase Station – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/833: Shops, 13-27 Tudor Drive, Morden SM4 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/834: Koi Water Garden Centre, 150 Epsom Road, North Cheam SM3 – The centre had recently moved from its location at the Lower Morden Garden Centre (Formerly Wyevale) – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/835: 94 Epsom Road, North Cheam SM3 – Next door is 118/120 Epsom Road – an unexplained break in road numbering – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/836: 92 Epsom Road, North Cheam SM3 – Susan and Dean Carr Dentist Surgery – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/837: Post Office Morden Delivery Office, 199 London Road, Morden SM4 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/838: Mileage Stone, London Road, Morden SM4 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/839: Rear buildings: South Thames College Merton Campus, London Road, Morden SM4 – Was Merton College until merger with South Thames College in 2009 – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/840: Rear buildings: South Thames College Merton Campus, London Road, Morden SM4 – Was Merton College until merger with South Thames College in 2009 – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/841: Restaurant in the Park, South Thames College Merton Campus London Road, Morden SM4 – Was Merton College until merger with South Thames College in 2009 – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/842: Rear Gardens of Morden Register Office, Morden Park, London Road, Morden SM4 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/843: Rear Gardens of Morden Register Office, Morden Park, London Road, Morden SM4 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/844: Morden Park Cottages Off Hillcross Avenue at junction with Monkleigh Road, Morden SM4 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/845: Bow Lane Screen, Pyl Brook East, Bow Lane, Lower Morden SM4 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/846: Merton Bowling Club, Joseph Hood Recreation Ground, Martin Way, Morden SM4 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/847: The Toilet Block, Joseph Hood Recreation Ground, Martin Way, Morden SM4 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/848: Raynes Park Vale Football Club, Football Ground, off Grand Drive, Raynes Park SW20 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/849: Industrial Units at Rainbow Industrial Estate, Raynes Park, SW20 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/850: Industrial Units at Rainbow Industrial Estate, Raynes Park, SW20 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/851: Industrial Units at Rainbow Industrial Estate, Raynes Park, SW20 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/852: Electricity Sub Station at Rainbow Industrial Estate, Raynes Park, SW20 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/853: Industrial Units at Rainbow Industrial Estate, Raynes Park, SW20 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/854: Industrial Units at Rainbow Industrial Estate, Raynes Park, SW20 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/855: House at the entry to Rainbow Industrial Estate near Raynes Park Station off Kingston Road, SW20 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/856: Eveline Day Nursery, Grand Drive, SW20 – Formerly a Medical Care Centre (Opposite 174 Grand Drive) – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/857: Randall Lodge, 174 Grand Drive, SW20 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/858: Thornton Court, Grand Drive SW20 – At junction with Cannon Hill Lane – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/859: Overgrown pathway to Battersea Cemetery, Grand Drive SW20 – Opposite Cannon Hill Lane – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/860: 58 The Green, Morden SM4 – One of only two homes in the road with the original windows and doors left – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/861: 1-7 Willows Avenue, Morden SM4 – With notable balconies – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/862: Baitul Futuh Mosque, London Road, Morden SM4 – From junction of Chalgrove Avenue and Epsom Road, Morden – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/863: Morden Driving Test Centre, 10 Tudor Drive, Morden SM4 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/864: Grave of Gilliat Edward Hatfeild St Lawrence Church, Morden SM4 – Gilliat Hatfeild was the owner of the Morden Park estate, which he left to the National Trust on his death in 1941 – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/865: 409-411 West Barnes Lane, Motspur Park KT3 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/866: Shops, 320-328 West Barnes Lane, Motspur Park KT3 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/867: West Barnes Library, Station Road, Motspur Park KT3 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/868: Entrance- Sir Joseph Hood Memorial Playing Fields, Marina Avenue, Motspur Park KT3 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/869: Salesians of Don Bosco grave in Battersea and Wandsworth Cemetery, Lower Morden Lane, Morden SM4 – The Salesians of Don Bosco is a Roman Catholic Religious order and Charity – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/870: Entrance to King George’s Playing Fields, Tudor Drive, Morden SM4 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/871: An entrance pillar at King George’s Playing Fields, Tudor Drive, Morden SM4 – Shows George V AD 1910-1936 – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/872: An entrance pillar at King George’s Playing Fields, Tudor Drive, Morden SM4 – Shows King George’s Field – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/873: 136 Tudor Drive, Morden SM4 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/874: Bow Lane Scout Centre, Bow Lane, Morden SM4 – Used by 1st Lower Morden Scout Group and as a HQ / County Training Base – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/875: Morden Park, London Road, Morden SM4 – Looking from top of hill towards Morden Park Swimming Baths – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/876: Entrance to Morden Park Pools, Morden Park, London Road, MordenSM4 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/877: Morden Primary School, London Road, Morden SM4 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/878: Alban Dobson House, Haig Homes Estate, Green Lane, Morden SM4 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/879: 21-32 The Sanctuary, Haig Homes Estate, Green Lane, Morden SM4 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/880: 1-6 The Precincts, Haig Homes Estate, Green lane, Morden SM4 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/881: 19 South Close, Haig Homes Estate, Green Lane, Morden SM4 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/882: Street Party Charnwood Avenue, Merton Park, SW19 – Celebrating on the day of the marriage of Prince William and Catherine Middleton – Gordon Lofts

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/883: Street Party Charnwood Avenue, Merton Park, SW19 – Celebrating on the day of the marriage of Prince William and Catherine Middleton – Gordon Lofts

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/884: Street Party Charnwood Avenue, Merton Park, SW19 – Celebrating on the day of the marriage of Prince William and Catherine Middleton – Gordon Lofts

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/885: Street Party Charnwood Avenue, Merton Park, SW19 – Celebrating on the day of the marriage of Prince William and Catherine Middleton – Gordon Lofts

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/886: Children’s egg and spoon race, Street Party Charnwood Avenue, Merton Park, SW19 – Celebrating on the day of the marriage of Prince William and Catherine Middleton – Gordon Lofts

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/887: Ladies egg and spoon race, Street Party Charnwood Avenue, Merton Park, SW19 – Celebrating on the day of the marriage of Prince William and Catherine Middleton – Gordon Lofts

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/888: Children’s amusements, Morden Hall Park, Morden Road, Morden SM4 – Part of celebrations of 70th anniversary of bequest of Gilliat Hatfeild of the Park to the National Trust – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/889: National Trust Second-hand bookshop, Morden Hall Park, Morden Road, Morden SM4 – In former old mill buildings – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/890: Sports Direct store, Tandem Centre, Tandem Way, Colliers Wood SW19 – Boarded up after gangs of vandals had looted stores on the evening of 8 August 2011 – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/891: Argos store, Tandem Centre, Tandem Way, Colliers Wood SW19 – Boarded up after gangs of vandals had looted stores on the evening of 8 August 2011 – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/892: TKMax store, Tandem Centre, Tandem Way, Colliers Wood SW19 – Boarded up after gangs of vandals had looted stores on the evening of 8 August 2011 – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/893: John Innes Society Easter Egg Hunt, John Innes Park, Mostyn Road, Merton Park, SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/894: Local police at John Innes Society Easter Egg Hunt, John Innes Park, Mostyn Road, Merton Park, SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/895: John Innes Society Easter Egg Hunt, John Innes Park, Mostyn Road, Merton Park, SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/896: Toppy the Clown entertaining children at John Innes Society Easter Egg Hunt, John Innes Park, Mostyn Road, Merton Park, SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/897: Celebrating the Green Park award to John Innes Park John Innes Park, Mostyn Road, Merton Park SW19 – – Maria Priestland

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/898: John Innes Society, sherry tasting Coach House, Melrose Road, Merton Park, SW19 – Godfrey Spence (wine expert) – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/899: John Innes Society Buffet Supper, St Mary’s Church Hall, Church Path, Merton Park, SW19 – Stephen Hammond, MP for Wimbledon (left) and John Priestland , Chairman, John Innes Society (right) – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/900: World War II air-raid shelter, Old Rutlishians Sports Ground, Poplar Road, Merton Park SW19 – Now used for groundsman’s storage – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/901: World War II air-raid shelter, Glebe Field, off Church Path, Merton Park, SW19 – Now unused – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/902: Centenary of the Opening of John Innes Park in 1909, John Innes Park, Mostyn Road, Merton Park SW19 – Re-enactment of the formal opening by Mrs James Innes, widow of John Innes’ brother. Event organized by the John Innes Society – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/903: Centenary of the Opening of John Innes Park in 1909, John Innes Park, Mostyn Road, Merton Park SW19 – Organizers and helpers .Event organized by the John Innes Society – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/904: Centenary of the Opening of John Innes Park in 1909, John Innes Park, Mostyn Road, Merton Park SW19 – Young helpers .Event organized by the John Innes Society – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/905: Centenary of the Opening of John Innes Park in 1909, John Innes Park, Mostyn Road, Merton Park SW19 – Ladies of Cranleigh LTC in period costume. Event organized by the John Innes Society – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/906: Centenary of the Opening of John Innes Park in 1909, John Innes Park, Mostyn Road, Merton Park SW19 – Music at the Bandstand. Event organized by the John Innes Society – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/907: Centenary of the Opening of John Innes Park in 1909, John Innes Park, Mostyn Road, Merton Park SW19 – Steam train rides from Sutton Model Engineering Club. Event organized by the John Innes Society – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/908: Centenary of the Opening of John Innes Park in 1909, John Innes Park, Mostyn Road, Merton Park SW19 – Karin Forbes, Vice-Chairman of John Innes Society and Deputy Mayor of Merton, at the formal opening of the “John Innes” rose bed Event organized by the John Innes Society – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/909: Remembrance Sunday service, War memorial, St Mary’s Church, Church Path, Merton Park, SW19 – Vicar John Hayward officiating – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/910: Funeral hatchment of Admiral Lord Nelson, St Mary’s Church, Church Path, Merton Park SW19 – Nelson worshipped at this Church when he lived in Merton – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/911: Offices of Go-Ahead Bus Companies, 18 Merton High Street, Merton, SW19 – Formerly the Kings Head pub, closed in 2005 – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/912: Tiled wall sign, showing Henry VII, Kings Head public house, 18 Merton High Street, Merton SW19 – Pub closed in 2005, and converted to offices Sign is still there, but boxed over – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/913: Junior coaching at Cranleigh Lawn Tennis Club, Off Cranleigh Road, Merton Park, SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/914: Car boot sale at Fair, Morden Park, London Road, Morden, SM4 – Morden Park Fair, Bank Holiday Monday. Organized by Friends of Morden Park – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/915: Gummow grave, St Mary’s Churchyard, Church Path, Merton Park, SW19 – Maud Gummow was a founder member of the Merton Historical Society, and left a bequest to the Society – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/916: Mike’s Bike Surgery, 27 Aberconway Road, Morden, SM4 – Mike is blind, and operates form a garage next to his house – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/917: Newly constructed children’s playground, Ravensbury Park, Morden Road, Mitcham CR4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/918: Link Up Properties, Grand Drive, Lower Morden, SM4 – Formerly Bernice’s Bridal Wear – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/919: Raynes Park Library, Kingston Road, Raynes Park, SW20 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/920: Quintin Avenue ex-film studios, Quintin Avenue, Raynes Park, SW20 – Under demolition – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/921: Paneterria Italiana (Italian Bakery), 6 Merton Park Parade, Merton Park, SW19 – Formerly Rollo’s butchers – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/922: Owners of Paneterria Italiana (Italian Bakery), 6 Merton Park Parade, Merton Park, SW19 – Sebastiana Falcone (left), Salvatore Falcone (centre) and their daughter Angela (right) – Katherine Watkins

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/923: Sheridan Road, Merton Park, SW19 – A Quartermain-designed house being extended – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/924: Meretun Way, with Sainsbury’s/Marks and Spencer store (right) and Premier Inn (left), Merton, SW19 – Looking west from near junction with Christchurch Road – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/925: Morden Tavern, 144 Central Road, Morden SM4 – At junction with Abbotsbury Road Closed at end of 2010 Future redevelopment under review – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/926: Merton Heritage Showcase Event, Morden Baptist Church, Crown Lane, Morden SM4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/927: Merton Heritage Showcase Event, Morden Baptist Church, Crown Lane, Morden SM4 – Merton Historical Society Stand, Tony Scott (Chairman) – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/928: Merton Heritage Showcase Event, Morden Baptist Church, Crown Lane, Morden SM4 – Merton Historical Society Stand, Rosemary Turner (Secretary) and David Haunton (Vice Chairman) – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/929: Merton Heritage Showcase Event, Morden Baptist Church, Crown Lane, Morden SM4 – Sarah Gould (Service Manager, Heritage and Local Studies), left, and Marian Ferguson (Heritage Volunteer) – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/930: Merton Heritage Showcase Event, Morden Baptist Church, Crown Lane, Morden SM4 – Stand of Cricket Green School, Mitcham showcasing the Shed 13 arts project – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/931: Children’s Entertainer with Balloons Deen City Farm, off Phipps Bridge Road, Phipps Bridge, Mitcham, Surrey CR4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/932: Wind Turbine in Field Deen City Farm, off Phipps Bridge Road, Phipps Bridge, Mitcham, Surrey CR4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/933: Volunteer workers, with goat Deen City Farm, off Phipps Bridge Road, Phipps Bridge, Mitcham, Surrey CR4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/934: Pigs and sty, Deen City Farm, off Phipps Bridge Road, Phipps Bridge, Mitcham, Surrey CR4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/935: Rear entrance, by River Wandle Merton Abbey Mills, off Meretun Way, Merton SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/936: The William Morris public house Merton Abbey Mills, off Meretun Way, Merton SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/937: Craft shops Merton Abbey Mills, off Meretun Way, Merton SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/938: Interior, Charlie’s Rock Shop, Merton Abbey Mills, off Meretun Way, Merton SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/939: Exterior, Charlie’s Rock Shop, Merton Abbey Mills, off Meretun Way, Merton SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/940: The Colour House and stands, Merton Abbey Mills, off Meretun Way, Merton SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/941: Interior of Wheelhouse, Merton Abbey Mills, off Meretun Way, Merton SW19 – Water-wheel driven electricity generation – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/942: The Water-wheel, from the Wheelhouse Merton Abbey Mills, off Meretun Way, Merton SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/943: Pottery classes in the Wheelhouse, Merton Abbey Mills, off Meretun Way, Merton SW19 – Stephen Llewellyn, craft potter, in green – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/944: Tree carving, Wheelhouse Merton Abbey Mills, off Meretun Way, Merton SW19 Made from old tree at Mitcham Cricket Green – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/945: Band stand with clock tower Merton Abbey Mills, off Meretun Way, Merton SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/946: Mobile phone masts, Martin Way, Cannon Hill, SW20 – Looking north at junction with Cannon Hill Lane – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/947: ‘Morden Brook’ public house Beverley Roundabout, Lower Morden, Morden SM4 – Was the ‘Beverley’ until September 2011 – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/948: North-East Surrey Crematorium, Lower Morden Lane, Lower Morden SM4 – Looking from Beverley Roundabout – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/949: The ‘Prince of Wales’ public house 98 Morden Road, Merton SW19 – Reversion to original name in Spring 2010 from ‘Princess of Wales’, the name taken after death of Diana – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/950: Foyer of Sainsbury’s/M&S store, Merton High Street, Merton SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/951: Front entrance to Sainsbury’s/M&S store, Merton High Street, Merton SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/952: River Wandle Merton High Street, Merton SW19 – From footbridge outside Sainsbury’s/M&S store, looking east – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/953: River Wandle and Wandle Bridge Merton High Street, Merton SW19 – Looking towards Bus garage on Merton High Street – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/954: Delhi Heights Bar & Grill 222 Merton High Street, Colliers Wood, SW19 – Opened September 2011 Was originally the ‘Royal Six Bells’ – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/955: Toys R Us, Priory Retail Park 131 High Street, Colliers Wood, SW19 – Before opening in November 2011 – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/956: Mothercare, Priory Retail Park 131 High Street, Colliers Wood, SW19 – Boarded up after fire damage caused by looters on 8 August 2011 – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/957: Postcript Exhibition Chapter House, under Meretun Way, Merton SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/958: Merton Arts Trail Postcript Exhibition Chapter House, under Meretun Way, Merton SW19 – ‘The Dead and the Living’ by Wendy Bliss – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/959: Postcript Exhibition Chapter House, under Meretun Way, Merton SW19 – ‘Shards’ by Fiona Leighton-Crawford – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/960: Postcript Exhibition Chapter House, under Meretun Way, Merton SW19 – ‘It is Written in Water’ (with the artist’s shadow) by Robert Aldous – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/961: Merton Arts Trail Postcript Exhibition Chapter House, under Meretun Way, Merton SW19 – ‘The Ghost of Merton Priory Chapter House’ by Maxwell Flood and Maxine Fringe – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/962: Frensham Court Phipps Bridge Road, Mitcham, CR4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/963: Phipps Bridge Studios, Phipps Bridge Road, Mitcham CR4 – Artists’ studios in converted laundry building of a housing estate – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/964: Phipps Bridge Studios, Phipps Bridge Road, Mitcham CR4 – Artist Andrew Arons – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/965: Phipps Bridge Studios, Phipps Bridge Road, Mitcham CR4 – Artist David Dodson – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/966: Phipps Bridge Studios, Phipps Bridge Road, Mitcham CR4 – Artist Caroline Burraway – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/967: Phipps Bridge Studios, Phipps Bridge Road, Mitcham CR4 – Artist Caroline Burraway – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/968: Wandle Industrial Museum, Vestry Hall Annex, London Road, Mitcham, CR4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/969: Wandle Industrial Museum, Vestry Hall Annex, London Road, Mitcham, CR4 – With the Vestry Hall behind – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/970: River Wandle, Morden Hall Park, Morden Hall Road, Morden, SM4 – Looking towards Morden Hall – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/971: Tributary of the RiverWandle Morden Hall Park, Morden Hall Road, Morden, SM4 – Looking towards Morden Cottage – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/972: Tributary of the RiverWandle Morden Hall Park, Morden Hall Road, Morden, SM4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/973: River Wandle and Statue Morden Hall Park, Morden Hall Road, Morden, SM4 – In south-east of Park – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/974: Mill buildings (left), Snuff Mill (right) Morden Hall Park, Morden Hall Road, Morden, SM4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/975: Boilers and Heat Exchangers, Morden Hall Park, Morden Hall Road, Morden, SM4 – In the ‘Living Green Visitor’ Centre, housed in the old stable block – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/976: Display in the ‘Living Green Visitor’ Centre, Morden Hall Park, Morden Hall Road, Morden, SM4 – Flag designed by Hillcross School for ‘Flying the Flag for Haydon’, an AFC Wimbledon Community Arts project (Haydon is the Club’s Womble mascot) – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/977: College Fields Business Centre Prince George’s Road, Colliers Wood, SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/978: College Fields Business Centre Prince George’s Road, Colliers Wood, SW19 – Goodlands Displays (No 16) and other units – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/979: Wells Close, off Longfield Drive, Colliers Wood SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/980: Wheatstone Close, Colliers Wood SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/981: Childrens’ Playground, Lavender Park, Mitcham CR4 – North sector of Park, by Longfield Drive entrance – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/982: Exercise unit, Lavender Park, Mitcham CR4 – Longfield Drive houses at rear – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/983: Lavender Park, Mitcham CR4 – North sector of Park, looking north – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/984: Houses at south end of Longfield Drive, Mitcham, CR4 – From south sector of Lavender Park, at northern end – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/985: Lavender Steers Mead Childrens Centre, Lavender Avenue, Mitcham CR4 – A Sure Start facility (was called Lavender Park Pavilion) – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/986: Sports facility, Lavender Park, Mitcham, CR4 – Adjoining Lavender Avenue – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/987: Children’s playground, Lavender Park, Mitcham CR4 – South sector, by Lavender Avenue – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/988: Colliers Wood Dialysis Centre, Unit 11, Stat Plus House, Greenlea Industrial Park, Prince George’s Road, SW19 – –

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/989: Fulham Timber Merchants, 6, Prince George’s Road, Colliers Wood, SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/990: Fulham Timber Merchants, 6, Prince George’s Road, Colliers Wood, SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/991: Shopping trolleys, Sainsbury’s/Marks and Spencer store, Merton High Street, Merton SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/992: Bushey Road, houses north side between Grand Drive and Bushey Court, Raynes Park, SW20 – Example of an ugly house alteration before such changes were refused permission – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/993: Raynes Park Station entrance (south side), , Approach Road, Raynes Park SW20 Showing footbridge over railway and original tunnel under railway – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/994: Esquire Barber Shop and Mural, Approach Road, Raynes Park SW20 – Next to Raynes Park Station entrance – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/995: Raynes Park town centre, Coombe Lane, Raynes Park SW20 – Looking west New Waitrose development on far left – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/996: Raynes Park Tavern, corner Coombe Lane and Lambton Road, Raynes Park SW20 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/997: 30 Coombe Gardens, off Coombe Lane, Raynes Park, SW20 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/998: Beverley Brook, alongside Westcoombe Avenue, Raynes Park, SW20 – Looking south from footbridge, off Coombe Lane near A3 – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/999: Beverley Brook, Raynes Park, SW20 – Looking north from alongside A3 crossover – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1000: Plane tree, Westcoombe Avenue, Raynes Park, SW20 – Tree outside No 23, from near southern end of road – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1001: Veterans Football, Raynes Park Sports Ground, Taunton Avenue, Raynes Park, SW20 – Taken from footpath at end of Camberley Avenue, looking north – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1002: Veterans Football, Raynes Park Sports Ground, Taunton Avenue, Raynes Park, SW20 – Taken from footpath at end of Camberley Avenue, looking west – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1003: Raynes Park High School, southern building, West Barnes Lane, West Barnes KT3 – Taken from footbridge over West Barnes Lane, looking south-west – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1004: Raynes Park High School, southern building, West Barnes Lane, West Barnes KT3 – Taken from footbridge over West Barnes Lane, looking north-west – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1005: Raynes Park High School, Sports Hall and sports pitches, West Barnes Lane, West Barnes KT3 – Taken from footbridge over West Barnes Lane, looking north – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1006: Gresham House Building site, Douglas Avenue, Motspur Park, KT3 – Looking west Seaforth Road houses in background 18 one-bed flats to rent by older people Higgins Construction for Circle 33 Housing Trust – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1007: Gresham House Building site, Douglas Avenue, Motspur Park, KT3 – Looking north-east 2 Douglas Road in background 18 one-bed flats to rent by older people Higgins Construction for Circle 33 Housing Trust – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1008: Earl Beatty Public House, West Barnes Lane, Motspur Park, KT3 – At junction of Station Road – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1009: 332 West Barnes Lane, Motspur Park, KT3 – Was D Jones shoe shop (closed 2011), the oldest shop in Motspur Park – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1010: Kami’s Barber shop, West Barnes Lane, Motspur Park, KT3 – On the corner of Station Road It was the West Barnes public library, before the present library in Station Road was built – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1011: Ghassan Halal Meat, 348 West Barnes Lane, Motspur Park, KT3 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1012: Shopping Parade, north side of West Barnes Lane, Motspur Park, KT3 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1013: Just south of level crossing, West Barnes Lane, Motspur Park, KT3 – Railway maintenance cars, with new sleepers – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1014: Crossing Gates (north side of West Barnes Lane), Motspur Park Station, KT3 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1015: Pedestrian bridge, Motspur Park Station and Orbital Cars Ltd Station Road, Motspur Park, KT3 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1016: West Barnes Library, with Saipem House behind’ Station Road, Motspur Park, KT3 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1017: Randall Lodge, 174 Grand Drive, Raynes Park, SW20 – After recent restoration – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1018: St Catherine’s Square apartments, StCatherine’s Close, off Grand Drive, Raynes Park, SW20 – Part of new development by Bewley Homes Site of ex- school – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1019: Willow trees fronting St Catherine’s Square apartments, StCatherine’s Close, off Grand Drive, Raynes Park, SW20 – Part of new development by Bewley Homes Site of ex- school – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1020: Tramlink Park, 24 Deer Park Road, Merton, SW19 – Industrial units and flats – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1021: Tenable Screw Co Ltd, 16 Deer Park Road, Merton SW19 – Manufacturers of precision machined components – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1022: Bravado, 12 Deer Park Road, Merton SW19 – Promotional services, advertising and copyright agents – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1023: Edmundson Electrical Ltd, 6 Deer Park Road, Merton SW19 – Distributors of electrical equipment to trade and industry – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1024: Wimbledon, Film and Television Studios, 1 Deer Park Road, Merton, SW19 – Plaque on front wall, commemorating the filming of ‘The Bill’ TV series at the studios – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1025: Merton Crash Repairs (No 68) and Wimbledon Town Garage (No 70) Windsor Avenue, Merton SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1026: Wind turbine at London Fire Brigade’s new Control Centre, Jubilee Way, Merton SW19 – Opened on 1 February 2012 Also houses the Fire Services national coordination centre – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1027: London Fire Brigade’s new Control Centre, Jubilee Way, Merton SW19 – Opened on 1 February 2012 Also houses the Fire Services nation coordination centre – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1028: Demolition of B & Q Home Store 21 Jubilee Way, Merton SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1029: Wickes Building Supplies Ltd, Merton Industrial Park, Lee Road, Merton SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1030: Jubilee Way, Merton SW19 – Showing rear of Merton Industral Park, including White Light Ltd, Entertainment Lighting Specialists, No 20 – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1031: Sunlight Service Group Ltd, 9 Deer Park Road, Merton SW19 – Linen Hire Services (Factories & Manufacturing) – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1032: Offices/Laboratories (left), 29 Deer Park Road, Merton SW19 – Unoccupied Previously Kodak and Agfa photo processing – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1033: The Meadows, Commonside East, Mitcham CR4 – New apartment development On site of former Windmill Trading Estate 302-312 Commonside East – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1034: The Meadows, Commonside East, Mitcham CR4 – New apartment development On site of former Windmill Trading Estate 302-312 Commonside East – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1035: Pollards Hill Library, South Lodge Avenue, Mitcham, CR4 – The library re-opened in October 2009 after a major re-furbishment and rebuilding – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1036: Shopping parade and apartments, South Lodge Avenue, Mitcham CR4 – Southern side of road, opposite Pollards Hill Library – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1037: Waiting for the Queen’s car to pass by, Tamworth Lane, Mitcham, CR4 – The Queen visited St Mark’s Church of England Academy, Acacia Road, Mitcham, CR4, as part of a Diamond Jubilee visit to London Boroughs – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1038: Waiting for the Queen’s car to pass by, Tamworth Lane, Mitcham, CR4 – The Queen visited St Mark’s Church of England Academy, Acacia Road, Mitcham, CR4, as part of a Diamond Jubilee visit to London Boroughs – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1039: Pupils from Gorringe Park Primary School waiting for the Queen’s car to pass by, Tamworth Lane, Mitcham, CR4 – The Queen visited St Mark’s Church of England Academy, Acacia Road, Mitcham, CR4, as part of a Diamond Jubilee visit to London Boroughs – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1040: Waiting for the Queen’s car to pass by, Tamworth Lane, Mitcham, CR4 – The Queen visited St Mark’s Church of England Academy, Acacia Road, Mitcham, CR4, as part of a Diamond Jubilee visit to London Boroughs – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1041: Prayer tent, Morden Baptist Church, Crown Lane, Morden, SM4 – Pavement party, organized by businesses in Crown Lane as part of Diamond Jubilee celebrations – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1042: Model railway demonstration adjacent to Morden Baptist Church, Crown Lane, Morden, SM4 – Pavement party, organized by businesses in Crown Lane as part of Diamond Jubilee celebrations – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1043: Londis Convenience Store, 34 Crown Lane, Morden, SM4 – Pavement party, organized by businesses in Crown Lane as part of Diamond Jubilee celebrations – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1044: Celebrating outside Londis Convenience Store, 34 Crown Lane, Morden, SM4 – Pavement party, organized by businesses in Crown Lane as part of Diamond Jubilee celebrations – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1045: Stall outside Lansdales Florists, 34 Crown Lane, Morden, SM4 – Pavement party, organized by businesses in Crown Lane as part of Diamond Jubilee celebrations – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1046: Stall outside Shine Hair and Beauty, 20 Crown Lane, Morden, SM4 – Pavement party, organized by businesses in Crown Lane as part of Diamond Jubilee celebrations – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1047: The Cobham Band, Jubilee celebrations, Glebe Field, St Mary the Virgin Church, Merton Park, SW19 – A ‘Jubilee Lunch’ event to celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1048: Jubilee celebrations, Glebe Field, St Mary the Virgin Church, Merton Park, SW19 – A ‘Jubilee Lunch’ event to celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1049: Ladies team versus men’s team, tug of war, Jubilee celebrations, Glebe Field, St Mary the Virgin Church, Merton Park, SW19 – A ‘Jubilee Lunch’ event to celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1050: Winning ladies’ tug of war team, Jubilee celebrations, Glebe Field, St Mary the Virgin Church, Merton Park, SW19 – A ‘Jubilee Lunch’ event to celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1051: Revd John Hayward, Vicar Jubilee celebrations, Glebe Field, St Mary the Virgin Church, Merton Park, SW19 – A ‘Jubilee Lunch’ event to celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1052: Katherine Watkins (organizer, John Innes Society), Jubilee celebrations, Glebe Field, St Mary the Virgin Church, Merton Park, SW19 – A ‘Jubilee Lunch’ event to celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1053: Face painting, Jubilee celebrations, Glebe Field, St Mary the Virgin Church, Merton Park, SW19 – A ‘Jubilee Lunch’ event to celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1054: Jubilee celebrations, Glebe Field, St Mary the Virgin Church, Merton Park, SW19 – A ‘Jubilee Lunch’ event to celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1055: Jubilee celebrations, Glebe Field, St Mary the Virgin Church, Merton Park, SW19 – A ‘Jubilee Lunch’ event to celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1056: Children’s sack race, Jubilee celebrations, Glebe Field, St Mary the Virgin Church, Merton Park, SW19 – A ‘Jubilee Lunch’ event to celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1057: Children’s ‘dressing up’race, Jubilee celebrations, Glebe Field, St Mary the Virgin Church, Merton Park, SW19 – A ‘Jubilee Lunch’ event to celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1058: Olympic Games torch relay, arriving at The Hub Sports Centre, Bishopsford Road, Morden SM4 – Torch Carried by Sue Barker, TV personality and ex-tennis player – Christine Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1059: Balloon seller, awaiting the arrival of the Olympic torch, Priory Road, Colliers Wood, SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1060: Toys R Us man in Giraffe Costume, awaiting the arrival of the Olympic torch, Christchurch Road, Colliers Wood, SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1061: Lady with ‘I was there’ flag, awaiting the arrival of the Olympic torch, Christchurch Road, Colliers Wood, SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1062: Coach of Samsung sponsors, preceding Olympic Games torch relay, Christchurch Road, Colliers Wood, SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1063: Coach of Lloyds TSB sponsors, preceding Olympic Games torch relay, Christchurch Road, Colliers Wood, SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1064: Before the next leg of the Olympic Torch relay, Christchurch Road, Colliers Wood, SW19 – Lacey Weisbrod-Perez, businesswoman from San Francisco, California, USA – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1065: Olympic torch arriving at handover point, Christchurch Road, Colliers Wood, SW19 – Sharon Culpepper from Georgia, USA, VISA employee who donated a kidney to a work colleague – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1066: Olympic torch handover, Christchurch Road, Colliers Wood, SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1067: Land Transfer from London Borough of Merton to Merton Priory Trust, Celebration Lunch Chapter House, Meretun Way, Merton SW19 – Dave Saxby (Museum of London) in jeans with two guests looking at a grave – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1068: Land Transfer from London Borough of Merton to Merton Priory Trust, Celebration Lunch Chapter House, Meretun Way, Merton SW19 – Cllr Gilli Lewis-Lavender, Mayor of Merton 2011-12 – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1069: London Borough of Merton to Merton Priory Trust, Land Transfer Celebration Lunch Chapter House, Meretun Way, Merton SW19 – Marcus Beale (chair of Merton Priory Trust) addressing the gathering – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1070: London Borough of Merton to Merton Priory Trust, Land Transfer Celebration Lunch Chapter House, Meretun Way, Merton SW19 – Serving Lunch Mary Hart (hidden) who prepared it and Alison Cousins (volunteer) – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1071: Bus Stop Morden Hall Road, Morden SM4 – Shows the position of the stop after the bus pull in area was removed and the kerb brought back level with the road It gives the stop an odd appearance – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1072: Morden Country Show, Morden Hall Park, Morden SM4 – The rear of a royalist supporter – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1073: Morden Country Show, Morden Hall Park, Morden SM4 – Sheep Shearing demonstration – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1074: London Borough of Merton Child Cycling Training Programme – Unspecified location in Morden SM4 – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1075: Alley Gating between Kingsbridge Road and Lynmouth Avenue, Lower Morden SM4 – The introduction of alley gating became widespread on the Tudor Estate, Lower Morden in 2011 and 2012 – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1076: Aragon Place, Aragon Road, Morden SM4 – Built on the site of the former Morden Farm Middle School (closed 2002) – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1077: Carousel Nursery, Aragon Road, Morden SM4 – The nursery possibly uses one of the old Morden Farm Middle School buildings – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1078: Signs for Aragon School, Aragon Road, Morden SM4 – Previously known as Tudor Primary School – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1079: Building work taking place at Aragon School, Aragon Road, Morden SM4 – Previously known as Tudor Primary School The school needed to expand to take an increase in children – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1080: Hatfeild School, Lower Morden Lane, Morden SM4 – This is the new building put up after the old one was flooded in July 2007 Note the area below the building to allow for a possible future flood – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1081: The rear of the Morden Brook Pub, Hillcross Avenue/Lower Morden Lane, Morden SM4 – The pub was the Beverley Renamed in 2011 – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1082: Signboard at the Morden Brook Pub, Hillcross Avenue/Lower Morden Lane, Morden SM4 – The sign gives an explanation of the origin of the former name, the Beverley There is no evidence that a stream named the Morden Brook ever existed The nearest stream is the Pyl Brook, a tributary of the Beverley Brook – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1083: Gate that appears to no longer be used from Garth Road, Lower Morden SM4, into Merton and Sutton Cemetery, – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1084: Garth Road Industrial Estate, Lower Morden, SM4 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1085: Kinetics House, Garth Road, Lower Morden, SM4 – Former Fire Station? The home of Kinetics Group Ltd, who offer building and asset management services – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1086: Alpha Place, off Garth Road, Lower Morden, SM4 – Industrial and office units – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1087: Garth House, Garth Road, Lower Morden, SM4 – Unoccupied at the time of the photo – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1088: Rebuilding of Petrol Station, 262 Martin Way, Morden SM4 – Was Total, rebuilding follows acquisition by Shell – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1089: Cannon Hill Lane Doctors Surgery Corner of Cannon Hill Lane and Monkleigh Avenue, Morden SM4 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1090: Building work at Aragon School, Aragon Road, Morden, SM4 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1091: 194 and 196 Lower Morden Road, Morden, SM4 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1092: 188-192 Lower Morden Lane, Morden, SM4 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1093: 21-27 Stonecot Hill, Sutton, SM3 – Shops serve the Lower Morden community – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1094: 15-27 Stonecot Hill, Sutton, SM3 – Shops serve the Lower Morden community – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1095: Blown down tree following strong winds in King Georges Playing Fields, Lower Morden, SM4 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1096: National Trust Green Day Out event, Morden Hall Park, Morden – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1097: National Trust Green Day Out event, Morden Hall Park, Morden – Promoting cycling as a green means of travel – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1098: National Trust Green Day Out event, Morden Hall Park, Morden, SM4 – Making a musical sound (foreground), and head massage – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1099: National Trust Green Day Out event, Morden Hall Park, Morden, SM4 – Using waste materials for musical instruments – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1100: National Trust Green Day Out event, Morden Hall Park, Morden, SM4 – The Colliers Wood Ukulele Orchestra – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1101: Dipal News, 47A Stonecot Hill, Sutton, SM3 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1102: Rasik and Taru Patel – They owned the Dipal News, Stonecot Hill for 29 years and retired in September 2011 – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1103: Boundary marker corner of Epsom Road and Elm Road, Sutton/Morden – Boundary between Morden SM4 and Sutton SM3 – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1104: Sign that remains from when Morden Hall was a pub/restaurant, Morden Hall Road, Morden SM4 – The pub/restaurant closed in about 2005 – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1105: The site in Windsor Avenue, Merton, SW19 of the buildings used as the police station and hospital for the TV series The Bill – The ‘police station’ – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1106: The site in Windsor Avenue, Merton, SW19 of the buildings used as the police station and hospital for the TV series The Bill – Visual police sign – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1107: The site in Windsor Avenue, Merton, SW19 of the buildings used as the police station and hospital for the TV series The Bill – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1108: The site in Windsor Avenue, Merton, SW19 of the buildings used as the police station and hospital for the TV series The Bill – ‘Hospital’ notice on external wall – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1109: The site in Windsor Avenue, Merton, SW19 of the buildings used as the police station and hospital for the TV series The Bill – Entrance to ‘hospital’ – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1110: The site in Windsor Avenue, Merton, SW19 of the buildings used as the police station and hospital for the TV series The Bill – Plan of ‘hospital’ on external wall – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1111: House decorated for Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Celebrations 253 Lynmouth Avenue, Lower Morden, SM4 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1112: Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Celebration Garden Party, 2 Greenway, Raynes Park, SW20 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1113: Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Celebration St Saviours Church, Grand Drive, Raynes Park, SW20 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1114: Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Celebration St Saviours Church, Grand Drive, Raynes Park, SW20 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1115: Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Celebration St Saviours Church, Grand Drive, Raynes Park, SW20 – Childrens’ ‘make a crown’ competition – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1116: Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Celebration St Saviours Church, Grand Drive, Raynes Park, SW20 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1117: Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Celebration Morden Hall Park, National Trust, Morden, SM4 – Big screen showing of Wallace and Gromit films The event was sold out and a large number of people were turned away – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1118: Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Celebration Morden Hall Park, National Trust, Morden, SM4 – Big screen showing of Wallace and Gromit films The event was sold out and a large number of people were turned away – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1119: Dunster Avenue, Lower Morden, SM4 – Houses decorated for Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Celebration – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1120: Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Celebration Fun Fair for the lighting of the Merton Beacon, Morden Park, Morden, SM4 – Swimming Pool in background – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1121: Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Celebration Fun Fair for the lighting of the Merton Beacon, Morden Park, Morden, SM4 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1122: Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Celebration Fun Fair for the lighting of the Merton Beacon, Morden Park, Morden, SM4 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1123: Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Celebration Band Stand, Morden Park, Morden, SM4 – Babyfaced Assassins on stage, Claudia Vocals – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1124: Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Celebration Band Stand, Morden Park, Morden, SM4 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1125: Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Celebration Band Stand, Morden Park, Morden, SM4 – Bikini Beach Band on stage – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1126: Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Celebration Morden Park, Morden, SM4 – From right, foreground: Carl Brown (the Mayor of Merton’s driver since 2002), Ex-Mayors Peter McCade (in Red) and Nick Draper (dark hair) – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1127: Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Celebration Morden Park, Morden, SM4 – Fair Ground staff watching the show – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1128: Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Celebration Band Stand, Morden Park, Morden, SM4 – Mayor of Merton David Williams addresses the crowd – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1129: Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Celebration Band Stand, Morden Park, Morden, SM4 – Mayor of Merton David Williams lights the Merton Beacon – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1130: Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Celebration The beacon burns on stage of the Band Stand, Morden, SM4 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1131: Olympic Torch Relay, Lower Green, Mitcham, CR4 – Waiting for the torch to arrive – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1132: Olympic Torch Relay, Lower Green, Mitcham, CR4 – Waiting for the torch to arrive – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1133: Olympic Torch Relay, Lower Green, Mitcham, CR4 – Waiting for the torch to arrive – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1134: Olympic Torch Relay, Lower Green, Mitcham, CR4 – Waiting for the torch to arrive at Mitcham Fire Station – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1135: Olympic Torch Relay, Lower Green, Mitcham, CR4 – Waiting for the torch to arrive – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1136: Olympic Torch Relay, Lower Green, Mitcham, CR4 – Safety car and Torch Relay bus – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1137: Olympic Torch Relay, Lower Green, Mitcham, CR4 – Samsung Sponsor Bus – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1138: Olympic Torch Relay, Lower Green, Mitcham, CR4 – Waiting for the incoming torch Torch Bearer Shaun White (aged 14) Wheelchair athlete and London Youth Games Participant – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1139: Olympic Torch Relay, Lower Green, Mitcham, CR4 – Coca Cola Sponsor Bus – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1140: Olympic Torch Relay, Lower Green, Mitcham, CR4 – Staff of LloydsTSB (Sponsors) – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1141: Olympic Torch Relay, Lower Green, Mitcham, CR4 – Arrival of Torch Bearer Huizhen ‘Daisy’ Chen (aged 25) – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1142: Olympic Torch Relay, Lower Green, Mitcham, CR4 – Torch Bearer Huizhen ‘Daisy’ Chen (aged 25) – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1143: Olympic Torch Relay, Lower Green, Mitcham, CR4 – Hand over of torch from Huizhen ‘Daisy’ Chen to Shaun White – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1144: Olympic Torch Relay, Lower Green, Mitcham, CR4 – Celebrating the departure of the outgoing torch bearer – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1145: Olympic Torch Relay Party, Fair Green, Mitcham, CR4 – Vestry Hall Choir Group outside the Kings Arms – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1146: Olympic Torch Relay Party, Fair Green, Mitcham, CR4 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1147: Olympic Torch Relay Party, Fair Green, Mitcham, CR4 – Panash Steel Orchestra based at William Morris School, Mitcham – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1148: Olympic Torch Relay, Lower Green, Mitcham, CR4 – Samsung Sponsor Bus passing the war memorial – Peter Cousins

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1149: Olympic Day and Community Fayre The Hub, Bishopsford Road, Mitcham, CR4 – Save St Helier Hospital stalls – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1150: Olympic Day and Community Fayre, The Hub, Bishopsford Road, Mitcham, CR4 – Having photos taken with an Olympic Torch – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1151: Olympic Day and Community Fayre, The Hub, Bishopsford Road, Mitcham, CR4 – Stall of Event Sponsor: Siobhain McDonagh MP for Mitcham and Morden – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1152: Olympic Day and Community Fayre, The Hub, Bishopsford Road, Mitcham, CR4 – The tombola stall – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1153: Olympic Day and Community Fayre, The Hub, Bishopsford Road, Mitcham, CR4 – Hestia Age Activity Centre Choir – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1154: Olympic Day and Community Fayre, The Hub, Bishopsford Road, Mitcham, CR4 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1155: Olympic Day and Community Fayre, The Hub, Bishopsford Road, Mitcham, CR4 – Milking the Cow competition – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1156: Olympic Day and Community Fayre, The Hub, Bishopsford Road, Mitcham, CR4 – Local Police Officers and Community Support Officers – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1157: Olympic Day and Community Fayre, The Hub, Bishopsford Road, Mitcham, CR4 – The Jazz Rackets, Merton Music Foundation – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1158: Olympic Day and Community Fayre, The Hub, Bishopsford Road, Mitcham, CR4 – The stand of the British Army – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1159: Olympic Day and Community Fayre, The Hub, Bishopsford Road, Mitcham, CR4 – Stall of Wimbledon CND – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1160: Office buildings, Morden Hall Park, Morden, SM4 – Originally mill buildings, then the former Merton Registry Office – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1161: The restored waterwheel, Morden Hall Park, Morden, SM4 – Note that the water doesn’t reach the bottom of the wheel This is due to the level of the river dropping – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1162: Entrance to Morden Hall Park Stable Block, Morden, SM4 – After work to turn the Stable Block into an Eco Centre – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1163: The visitor centre, Morden Hall Park Stable Block, Morden – After work to turn the Stable Block it into an Eco Centre Note solar roof panels – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1164: Ravensbury Park, Mitcham, CR4 – Construction of new Medical Centre, Morden Road – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1165: Ravensbury Park, Mitcham, CR4 – Public convenience (closed) – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1166: Ravensbury Grove, Mitcham, CR4 – From path between Ravensbury Grove and River Wandle in Ravensbury Park – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1167: Apartment block in Morden Road, Mitcham CR4 – Alongside River Wandle at Morden Road bridge, – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1168: Surrey Tavern and White Cottage, Morden Road, Mitcham CR4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1169: River Wandle, Morden Hall Park, Morden SM4 – Close to Morden Road crossing – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1170: Side-stream of River Wandle, Morden Hall Park, Morden SM4 – Father and son On area east of former Registry Office – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1171: Volunteer clearing weeds from River Wandle, Morden Hall Park, Morden SM4 – Near pedestrian bridge east of Morden Hall – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1172: Rose beds, with former Mill buildings in background Morden Hall Park, Morden SM4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1173: Old wagon in restored stable block, Morden Hall Park, Morden SM4 – Note solar panels on roof behind – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1174: Melrose Road, Merton Park, SW19 – Built by Sydney Brocklesby – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1175: Melrose Road, Merton Park, SW19 – Built by Sydney Brocklesby – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1176: Churchyard, St Mary the Virgin, Church Path, Merton Park, SW19 – At rear : copper beech planted in 1897 to mark Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1177: Churchyard, St Mary the Virgin, Church Path, Merton Park, SW19 – Ornamental evergreen tree – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1178: Church of St Mary the Virgin, Church Path, Merton Park, SW19 – 14th century, showing south aisle added in 1856 – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1179: Church of, St Mary the Virgin, Church Path, Merton Park, SW19 – West window, late 19th century, installed at time of new belfry to commemorate Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee century – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1180: 17 Mostyn Road, Merton Park, SW19 – Mostyn Lodge, designed in 1906 by John Sydney Brocklesby – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1181: The Rush, Kingston Road, Merton Park, SW19 – The Leather Bottle, right Looking north – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1182: The Nelson Hospital, Kingston Road, Merton Park, SW20 – Maternity wing extension, opened 1942 – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1183: The Rush, Kingston Road, Merton Park, SW19 – The Rush island left, the Leather Bottle, right, with the Kingston Road between – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1184: The Rush, Kingston Road, Merton Park, SW19 – The Nelson Hospital, 1942 extension is in the background, left Looking west along the Kingston Road – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1185: The Rush, Kingston Road, Merton Park, SW19 – The Rush Island, looking east towards Merton Park Parade – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1186: The Rush, Kingston Road, Merton Park, SW19 – The Rush Island, looking west towards the Nelson Hospital The 1942 Hospital extension is on the left – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1187: The Rush, Kingston Road, Merton Park, SW19 – The Rush Island, looking north towards the Leather Bottle pub – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1188: The Rush, Kingston Road, Merton Park, SW19 – The Rush, looking east towards Merton Park Parade – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1189: The Nelson Hospital, Kingston Road, Merton Park, SW20 – The eastern extension (1942) – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1190: The Nelson Hospital, Kingston Road, Merton Park, SW20 – Wall outside 1942 eastern extension – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1191: The Nelson Hospital, Kingston Road, Merton Park, SW20 – Stone in front façade; the hospital’s foundation by Dr Frank Deas – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1192: The Nelson Hospital, Kingston Road, Merton Park, SW20 – Stone above entrance in memory of those who fell, 1914-1918 – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1193: The Nelson Hospital, Kingston Road, Merton Park, SW20 – Foundation stone, 17 July 2011 – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1194: The Nelson Hospital, Kingston Road, Merton Park, SW20 – Foundation stone of first hospital extension – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1195: The Nelson Hospital, Kingston Road, Merton Park, SW20 – Original buildings, looking east – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1196: Blakesley Walk, Merton Park, SW20 – Looking south from close to Kingston Road – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1197: Rear of the Nelson Hospital, Kingston Road, Merton Park, SW20 – Blakesley Walk in foreground, from Hospital Car Park – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1198: The Nelson Hospital,Car Park Kingston Road, Merton Park, SW20 – Looking north-east, hospital on right – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1199: Deas Home, The Nelson Hospital, Kingston Road, Merton Park, SW20 – Medical centre, adjoining car park, in previous grounds of Blakesley House – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1200: Outbuildings next to Deas Home, The Nelson Hospital, Kingston Road, Merton Park, SW20 – Adjoining car park, in previous grounds of Blakesley House – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1201: The Nelson Hospital, Kingston Road, Merton Park, SW20 – The western-most building Part of original hospital (1912) – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1202: New houses, 2-4 Quintin Avenue, Merton Park SW20 – On site of Quintin Avenue ex-film studios, demolished 2011 – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1203: 15, Watery Lane, Merton Park SW19 – Youell Cottage Designed in 1905 by John Sydney Brocklesby, one of his first two houses in Merton Park – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1204: Church Path, Merton Park SW19 – Looking east 18th or early 19th century cottages – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1205: Church Path, Merton Park SW19 – Looking west, Church Hall (1964) on left, 16th century wall around ex-Church House on right – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1206: Pavilion, Mitcham Cricket Club, Cricket Green, Mitcham, CR4 – The Balcony Dates from 1904 Before World War II the changing rooms were in the Cricketers pub, destroyed by a bomb – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1207: Pavilion, Mitcham Cricket Club, Cricket Green, Mitcham, CR4 – Board showing Officers of the Club from 1927 – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1208: Pavilion, Mitcham Cricket Club, Cricket Green, Mitcham, CR4 – Memorial and honours boards – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1209: Pavilion, Mitcham Cricket Club, Cricket Green, Mitcham, CR4 – Preparing the tea – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1210: Pavilion, Mitcham Cricket Club, Cricket Green, Mitcham, CR4 – Pavilion interior – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1211: Pavilion, Mitcham Cricket Club, Cricket Green, Mitcham, CR4 – International and County Honours – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1212: London Road, Cricket Green, Mitcham, CR4 – Looking west from balcony of Mitcham Cricket Club Pavilion – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1213: Cricket Green, Mitcham, CR4 – Looking north from balcony of Mitcham Cricket Club Pavilion – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1214: Interior, Mitcham Methodist Church,, Cricket Green, Mitcham, CR4 – 1959, Grade II listed, designed by Edward Mills, c 1950 – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1215: Interior, Mitcham Methodist Church, Cricket Green, Mitcham, CR4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1216: Canons Leisure Centre, Madeira Road, Mitcham, Surrey CR4 – Built 1983 – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1217: Playing field, off Upper Green West, Mitcham, Surrey CR4 – North of Canons Leisure Centre Formerly a pre-war athletics track – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1218: Mitcham Bowling Club, Next to Canons Leisure Centre, Madeira Road, Mitcham, Surrey CR4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1219: Ahmadiyya Community stall, Morden Library, Civic Centre, London Road , Morden SM4 – A ‘Celebrating Communities’ event (part of the Black History Month celebrations) hosted by three local community groups: Ahmadiyya Community; Morden Baptist Church, and U3A – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1220: Members of the Ahmadiyya Community serving lunch, Morden Library, Civic Centre, London Road , Morden SM4 – A ‘Celebrating Communities’ event (part of the Black History Month celebrations) hosted by three local community groups – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1221: Morden Baptist Church stall Morden Library,Civic Centre, London Road , Morden SM4 – A ‘Celebrating Communities’ event (part of the Black History Month celebrations) hosted by three local community groups – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1222: Morden Library, Civic Centre, London Road , Morden SM4 – Nick Draper (LB Merton Councillor and Cabinet Member for Community and Culture) and Sarah Gould (Manager, Merton Heritage and Local Studies Centre) – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1223: Halloween Trick or Treat children, Poplar Road South, Merton Park, SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1224: British Legion Remembrance service Outside the Civic Centre, London Road, Morden SM4 – New war memorial (May 2012) and attendees – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1225: British Legion Remembrance service Outside the Civic Centre, London Road, Morden SM4 – Minister taking the service plus band – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1226: British Legion Remembrance service Outside the Civic Centre, London Road, Morden SM4 – British Legion flag bearers, and representatives of Merton Council and others paying tribute – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1227: British Legion Remembrance service Outside the Civic Centre, London Road, Morden SM4 – Flag lowering during the Last Post – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1228: British Legion Remembrance service Outside the Civic Centre, London Road, Morden SM4 – Councillor Peter Southgate (Independent) placing a wreath – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1229: British Legion Remembrance service Outside the Civic Centre, London Road, Morden SM4 – Head of local police placing a wreath – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1230: British Legion Remembrance service Foyer of the Civic Centre, London Road, Morden SM4 – British Legion poppy stall – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1231: British Legion Remembrance service Foyer of the Civic Centre, London Road, Morden SM4 – Ex-servicemen: members of the local British Legion – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1232: Rowan Park new housing development, Rowan Road, Mitcham, SW16 – New 2-4 bedroom houses apartments on Rowan Road On large site of former Rowan School; developed by Crest Nicholson – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1233: Rowan Park new housing development, Rowan Road, Mitcham, SW16 – Former School building, containing apartments On large site of former Rowan School, being developed by Crest Nicholson – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1234: Chapel at Streatham Jewish Cemetery, Rowan Road, Mitcham, SW16 – Founded: 1915 and opened by the West End Chesed V’emith Burial Society Most burials here are those of eastern European origin from the Soho area of London, working as tailors, cabinetmakers, shopkeepers etc – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1235: Streatham Jewish Cemetery, Rowan Road, Mitcham, SW16 – Founded: 1915 and opened by the West End Chesed V’emith Burial Society Most burials here are those of eastern European origin from the Soho area of London, working as tailors, cabinetmakers, shopkeepers etc – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1236: Streatham Park Cemetery, Rowan Road, Mitcham, SW16 – Established 1908 63 acres – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1237: Streatham Park Cemetery, Rowan Road, Mitcham, SW16 – Tomb surround Cemetery established in 1908 63 acres – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1238: Streatham Park Cemetery, Rowan Road, Mitcham, SW16 – Main building Cemetery established in 1908 63 acres – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1239: Streatham Park Cemetery, Rowan Road, Mitcham, SW16 – Varchione family tomb Cemetery established in 1908 63 acres – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1240: Streatham Park Cemetery, Rowan Road, Mitcham, SW16 – Gateway to Mausoleum and Glade Gardens Cemetery established in 1908 63 acres – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1241: Streatham Park Cemetery, Rowan Road, Mitcham, SW16 – Cemetery established in 1908 63 acres – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1242: Brenley Park, new apartments, Cedar Avenue, Mitcham, CR4A – A development by Willmott Dixon Homes and Notting Hill Housing – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1243: The Acacia Intergenerational Centre 230 Grove Road, Mitcham Eastfields, CR4 – Opened February 2010; a London Borough of Merton facility – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1244: Garden at rear of the Acacia Intergenerational Centre 230 Grove Road, Mitcham Eastfields, CR4 – Opened February 2010; a London Borough of Merton facility – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1245: Diwali celebrations (Hindu festival of lights) , The Acacia Intergenerational Centre 230 Grove Road, Mitcham Eastfields, CR4 – Elephant Rangoli (traditional Diwali decoration) – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1246: Diwali celebrations (Hindu festival of lights) , The Acacia Intergenerational Centre 230 Grove Road, Mitcham Eastfields, CR4 – Sabitra Ray with her Rangoli decorations – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1247: Diwali celebrations (Hindu festival of lights), The Acacia Intergenerational Centre 230 Grove Road, Mitcham Eastfields, CR4 – Young girl in traditional Diwali costume making Rangoli decorations – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1248: Diwali celebrations (Hindu festival of lights) , The Acacia Intergenerational Centre 230 Grove Road, Mitcham Eastfields, CR4 – Traditional Hindu hand painting – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1249: Diwali celebrations (Hindu festival of lights) , The Acacia Intergenerational Centre 230 Grove Road, Mitcham Eastfields, CR4 – Traditional Hindu hand painting – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1250: Access Self Storage, Access House, 141 Morden Road, Mitcham, CR4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1251: Ravensbury Park Medical Centre, Morden Road, Mitcham, CR4 – Newly completed in September 2012 – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1252: Alltype Roofing Supplies, Western Road, Mitcham CR4 – Transco gas holder station in background – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1253: Sadler Close flats, off Western Road, Mitcham CR4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1254: Sadler Close flats, off Western Road, Mitcham CR4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1255: Lidl Supermarket Corner of Majestic Way and Western Road, Mitcham CR4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1256: Lidl Supermarket Corner of Majestic Way and Western Road, Mitcham CR4 – Sadler Close flats on right – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1257: Raleigh Gardens, Mitcham CR4 – South side Looking west from Majestic Way – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1258: London Road (east side) , Mitcham CR4 – Looking south Junction with Langdale Avenue on left – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1259: Albemarle Bond Pawnbrokers, 6 Fair Green Parade, London Road, Mitcham CR4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1260: 8-10 Upper Green West, Mitcham CR4 – 8: Dr TCM, 8a: Vanda, 9: Mr Kebab, 10: Skipper’s – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1261: Orange Café, Upper Green East, Mitcham CR4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1262: Shops, Upper Green East, Mitcham CR4 – Smak Polish and Russian Delikatessen (No 21), Ladrokes Betting Shop (No 17), – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1263: Notices, Montrose Gardens, Mitcham CR4 (off Fair Green) – The bottom notice is aimed at dog owners, the top notice is not aimed at dogs – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1264: Eagle garden ornaments, Montrose Gardens, Mitcham CR4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1265: Clarendon House, 5 Commonside East, Mitcham CR4 – Early 19th century weather-boarded house, once home to John Chart (builder of Mitcham Parish Church) and family – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1266: Prospect House, 9 Commonside East, Mitcham CR4 – Late 18th century Once home of Thomas Pratt, where dissenting protestants met – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1267: New housing, off Commonside East, Mitcham CR4 – Built 2005/6 at rear of Three Kings public house (in background) – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1268: Three Kings Chinese Restaurant, Commonside East, Mitcham CR4 – Was a public house, closed 2007 – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1269: Geese adjacent to Three Kings Pond , Three King’s Piece, , Mitcham CR4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1270: Island in Three Kings pond, Mitcham CR4 – Three Kings pub sign on island – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1271: Vine Cottage, 29 Commonside East, Mitcham CR4 – Next to Three Kings Chinese Restaurant (behind, left) – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1272: Houses at Commonside East, Mitcham CR4 – Just west of Three Kings Chinese Restaurant – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1273: Hartgate Motorcycles Ltd, 20-28 Commonside East, Mitcham CR4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1274: Mitcham Clock Tower, Mitcham Upper Green, Mitcham CR4 – Erected in 1898 to commemorate the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Victoria, replacing the Village Pump Moved to its current position in 1994 – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1275: Kings Arms Public House, London Road, Mitcham Upper Green, Mitcham CR4 – Rebuilt in 1900, replacing mid-18th century weatherboarded inn – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1276: Signpost of White Lion of Mortimer public house, London Road, Mitcham CR4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1277: White Lion of Mortimer public house, London Road, Mitcham CR4 – Formerly named the Bucks Head, there since 16th century, rebuilt 1895, renamed in 1990 by the new owners Wetherspoons – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1278: 246-248 London Road, Mitcham CR4 – Metropolitan Police (ground floor), Mitcham Islamic Centre (first floor) – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1279: St Marks Road, Mitcham CR4 – Looking east Morrison’s car park on right, with footbridge – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1280: Mitcham Baptist Church, 191A London Road, Mitcham, CR4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1281: Eagle House, 224 London Road, Mitcham CR4 – Now an autism primary school The building dates back to 1705, having been commissioned by Dr Fernando Mendes (1647-1724), former physician to Charles II – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1282: Mitcham Masjid Mosque, 226 London Road, Mitcham CR4 – The only survivor of the Holborn Union complex; erected in 1892 with boys and girls classrooms; transferred to Surrey County Council in 1922 when it was known as London Road Boys School, and to London Borough of Merton in 1965 – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1283: Gate post of Eagle House, 224 London Road, Mitcham CR4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1284: Mithurja Convenience Store, 161 London Road, Mitcham CR4 Cricket Green, Mitcham, CR4 – Example of 1930s-style frontage of terrace of buildings – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1285: Sir Arthur Bliss Court, 210 London Road, Mitcham CR4 – Anchor retirement homes, built in 1989 Named after the composer and conductor (1891-1975) – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1286: Mitcham Garden Centre, 196-200 London Road, Mitcham CR4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1287: 16-18 Sunshine Way, off Bond Road, Mitcham CR4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1288: Bond Road Family Centre, 55 Bond Road, Mitcham CR4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1289: David Nicholas Nursery Centre, Bond Primary School, Bond Road, Mitcham CR4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1290: Entrance to Menin Works, Industrial estate, Bond Road, Mitcham, CR4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1291: Chak 89 Indian Restaurant and Banqueting Hall, 105 Bond Road, Mitcham CR4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1292: Hoo Hing Oriental Food Specialists, Bond Road, Mitcham CR4 – Cash & Carry Store – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1293: ASDA Supermarket, St James Estate, Bond Road, Mitcham CR4 – On corner of Western Road ; view from other side of Western Road – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1294: Merton Music Foundation Christmas Fair, Chaucer Centre, Canterbury Road, Morden SM4 – The cake stall – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1295: Merton Music Foundation Christmas Fair, Chaucer Centre, Canterbury Road, Morden SM4 – Brass band playing Carols – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1296: Merton Music Foundation Christmas Fair, Chaucer Centre, Canterbury Road, Morden SM4 – Children’s toy stalll – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1297: Farmers’ Market, Morden Hall Park, Morden SM4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1298: Farmers’ Market, Morden Hall Park, Morden SM4 – Refurbished stable block behind – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1299: Christmas decorations on sale, Morden Hall Park Garden Centre, Morden SM4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1300: Anna Flood, Speaker at a Merton Historical Society meeting, Christchurch Hall, Christchurch Road, Colliers Wood, SW19 – She is Archivist at the British Postal Museum and Archive, speaking about ‘The History of the Christmas Card’ – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1301: Anna Flood, Speaker at a Merton Historical Society meeting, Christchurch Hall, Christchurch Road, Colliers Wood, SW19 – She is Archivist at the British Postal Museum and Archive, speaking about ‘The History of the Christmas Card’ – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1302: Hoarding around Nelson Hospital, Kingston Road, Merton Park SW20 – Erected prior to demolition to create new Medical Centre – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1303: East wing extension of Nelson Hospital, Kingston Road, Merton Park SW20 – Inside hoarding, awaiting demolition – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1304: Modern extension (left); 1930s Telephone Exchange (right) Kingston Road, Merton Park, SW19 – North side of road at junction With Mayfield Road – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1305: Front of Dorset Hall, Kingston Road, Merton Park, SW19 – Early 18th century, with early 19th century Doric porch – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1306: Life Changers Church International UK, Spur House, 14 Morden Road, Merton SW19 – Now closed On ground floor of Spur House (block of flats), opposite South Wimbledon Underground – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1307: The Grove pub, Morden Road, Merton SW19 – Closed, boarded up To be transformed into a Tesco’s mini-store – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1308: Pond, Cranmer Green, Mitcham CR4 – Looking west – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1309: Pond, Cranmer Green, Mitcham CR4 – Looking east – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1310: Cranmer Green, Mitcham CR4 – Looking north-east, King George Avenue on left – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1311: Front of the Wilson Hospital, Cranmer Road, Mitcham CR4 – Dates from 1928 No longer a hospital now an NHS Health Centre and housing Community Health Teams – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1312: Upper frontage of the Wilson Hospital, Cranmer Road, Mitcham CR4 – Dates from 1928 No longer a hospital now an NHS Health Centre and housing Community Health Teams – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1313: Eastern side of Wilson Hospital, Cranmer Road, Mitcham CR4 – From Caesars Walk – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1314: House at exit from Wilson Hospital, Cranmer Road, Mitcham CR4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1315: Mitcham Junction Station, Carshalton Road, Mitcham CR4 – Opened 1868 Up train (to London) on right, down train (to Sutton) on left – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1316: Tramlink crossover, East of Mitcham Junction Station, Carshalton Road, Mitcham CR4 – Tramlink train (southbound) on crossover of National Rail lines – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1317: Mitcham Junction Station, looking west Carshalton Road, Mitcham CR4 – National Rail train (north-bound), showing footbridge and Carshalton Road bridge in background – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1318: ‘Part Worn Tyres’, Carshalton Road, Mitcham CR4 – Just north of bridge at Mitcham Junction Station – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1319: Signs, at junction of Beddington Lane and Brookmead Road, Mitcham CR4 – At the corner of Mitcham Common – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1320: Tramlink train southbound at Beddington Lane Station, Mitcham CR4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1321: CPD, Unit 1, Beddington Lane Industrial Estate, Beddington Lane, Croydon CR0 – Sign shows earlier name: Beddington Industrial Park – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1322: Tethered horses, Mitcham Common, Mitcham CR4 – On high ground south of One Island Pond, – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1323: Swans and goose, One Island Pond, Mitcham Common, Mitcham CR4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1324: One Island Pond, Mitcham Common, Mitcham CR4 – Looking west – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1325: One Island Pond, Mitcham Common, Mitcham CR4 – Looking north – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1326: Mill remains, in car park of the Mill House pub, 1 Windmill Road, Mitcham CR4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1327: The Mill House pub (Harvester), 1 Windmill Road, Mitcham CR4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1328: Monument (1896) to George Parker Bidder, QC, By north side of Croydon Road (western end), Mitcham Common, Mitcham CR4 – He led the opposition to gravel extraction, resulting in preservation of the Common – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1329: Monument (1896) to George Parker Bidder, QC, By north side of Croydon Road (western end), Mitcham Common, Mitcham CR4 – Close up of inscription He led the opposition to gravel extraction, resulting in preservation of the Common – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1330: Seven Islands Pond, Mitcham Common, Mitcham CR4 – South side, looking north – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1331: Seven Islands Pond, Mitcham Common, Mitcham CR4 – South side, looking north-west – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1332: Seven Islands Pond, Mitcham Common, Mitcham CR4 – East side, looking west – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1333: Tree, Mitcham Common, Mitcham CR4 – Near eastern end of Seven Islands Pond – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1334: Trees showing spring growth, Mitcham Common, Mitcham CR4 – Near junction of Croydon Road and Cedars Avenue – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1335: ‘The Ravensbury’ (was the Ravensbury Arms public house), 260 Croydon Road, Mitcham CR4 – The owners, Butcher & Barrel, went into administration in February 2013, but the pub is still trading – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1336: Phones 4u, Tandem Centre, Tandem Way, Merton SW19 – Replacing Jessops (closed winter 2012/13) – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1337: Tandem Centre (north side), Tandem Way, Merton SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1338: Cash for Clothes Hut, Car Park of Tandem Centre, Tandem Way, Merton SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1339: Tandem Centre, Tandem Way, Merton SW19 – Units between Tandem Way and Christchurch Road – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1340: Pickle Ditch and part of old Merton Priory Wall, Off Merton High Street, Merton SW19 – Looking west from footpath (Brook Path) between Meretun Way/Christchurch Road Junction and Merton High Street, – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1341: Corner of old Merton Priory Wall, by Pickle Ditch, Off Merton High Street, Merton SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1342: Inscription inset in decorative wall feature, Brook Path, Merton SW19 – The other side of Pickle Ditch from Priory Wall – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1343: New wall feature, Brook Path, Merton SW19 – Pickle Ditch and section of old Priory Wall on right – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1344: Christ Church (left), Shops (right), eastern side of Christchurch Road, Colliers Wood, SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1345: Apex Tower, Colliers Wood, SW19 – Looking north Green netting at ends to catch falling debris – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1346: Holiday Inn Express, High Street, Colliers Wood, SW19 – Millers Mead Cottages in foreground, left – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1347: Holiday Inn Express (left) and Charles Holden public house (right), High Street, Colliers Wood, SW19 – Pub was the Victory then (2005-2012) the Colliers Tup Named after architect of Colliers Wood Underground station – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1348: Istanbul Meze Mangal restaurant, High Street, Colliers Wood, SW19 – Was the Royal Six Bells pub, then the ‘Delhi Heights’ – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1349: The River Wandle and Wandle Bank (left) Merton High Street, Merton SW19 – Looking north from the Bridge – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1350: Darul Amaan Mosque, 54 Merton High Street, Merton, SW19 – The building was erected in 1924 as a Billiard Hall It later was used for clothing manufacture – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1351: Norfolk House (flats), Nelson Grove Road, Merton SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1352: House, corner Abbey Road and Nelson Grove Road, Merton SW19 – Formerly the Princess Royal public house, closed 2010, converted 2011-2012 – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1353: Arc Car Wash, 57 High Path, Merton SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1354: Probation Resource Centre, Martin Harknett House, 27 High Path, Merton SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1355: Elim Pentecostal Church, 59 High Path, Merton SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1356: Trafalgar pub, 23 High Path, Merton SW19 – Showing new pub sign (2011) on left – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1357: High Path Community Centre, 63 High Path, Merton SW19 – Provider of day services for adults with learning disabilities – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1358: 40 and 42 Kirkley Road, Merton SW19 – Showing original decorative porches – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1359: Houses in Bournemouth Road, Merton SW19 – On corner with Kirkley Road, – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1360: Decorative panel in front wall of house, Bournemouth Road, Merton SW19 – South side, opposite end of Mina Road – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1361: Council tennis courts (new), North-western end of Nursery Road Playing Field, Merton SW19 – Close to path between Dorset Road and Melbourne Road – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1362: Nursery Road Playing Field, Merton SW19 – With old pavilion in background From tennis courts, looking south west – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1363: Improvement works at pond in wildflower area, Nursery Road Playing Field, Merton SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1364: Site of ‘Merton Fruit Orchard Project’, off footpath between Melbourne Road and Dorset Road, Merton SW19 – The project is raising and preserving varieties of fruit trees bearing the ‘Merton’ name that were developed by the John Innes Horticultural Institution in Merton Park The site also houses beehives of the Wimbledon Beekeepers Association – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1365: Melbourne Road, eastern end, Merton SW19 – Rear of Nelson Trading Estate on left – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1366: The Path, Merton SW19 – At junction with Melbourne Road, looking east towards Morden Road – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1367: The Path, Merton SW19 – At end of footpath section, looking east towards Morden Road – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1368: Decorative panel in front wall, Nos 14 and 16 Brisbane Avenue, Merton SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1369: No 9 and No 11 Brisbane Avenue, Merton SW19 – Showing ornamental pillar between houses – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1370: TA (Territorial Army) Centre, Stonecot Hill, North Cheam SM3 – Home to 210 Transport Squadron Royal Logistics Corps (V), 151 (London) Transport Regiment Royal Logistics Corps (V) and 157 Detachment South West London ACE – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1371: James O’Riordan Medical Centre, 70 Stonecot Hill, North Cheam SM3 – Doctors at centre : Dr S Iyer and Dr JJ Jephcott – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1372: 107 Seymour Avenue, Morden SM4 – Former home to the doctors surgery of Dr O’Riordan and Dr Jephcott – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1373: Merton and Sutton Joint Cemetery, Garth Road, Morden SM4 – Shows removal of car park , before completion of landscaping – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1374: Merton Council Reuse and Recycling Centre, 63-69 Amenity Way, off Garth Road, Morden, SM4 – Site is managed by Environmental Waste Controls plc of Prescot, Merseyside – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1375: Crushing machine Merton Council Reuse and Recycling Centre, 63-69 Amenity Way, off Garth Road, Morden, SM4 – Site is managed by Environmental Waste Controls plc of Prescot, Merseyside – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1376: Appliances for disposal, Merton Council Reuse and Recycling Centre, 63-69 Amenity Way, off Garth Road, Morden, SM4 – Site is managed by Environmental Waste Controls plc of Prescot, Merseyside – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1377: Merton Council Reuse and Recycling Centre, 63-69 Amenity Way, off Garth Road, Morden, SM4 – Site is managed by Environmental Waste Controls plc of Prescot, Merseyside – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1378: Loader and crushing machine, Merton Council Reuse and Recycling Centre, 63-69 Amenity Way, off Garth Road, Morden, SM4 – Site is managed by Environmental Waste Controls plc of Prescot, Merseyside – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1379: Merton Council Reuse and Recycling Centre, 63-69 Amenity Way, off Garth Road, Morden, SM4 – Site is managed by Environmental Waste Controls plc of Prescot, Merseyside – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1380: Merton Council Reuse and Recycling Centre, 63-69 Amenity Way, off Garth Road, Morden, SM4 – Site is managed by Environmental Waste Controls plc of Prescot, Merseyside – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1381: Entrance (residents), Merton Council Reuse and Recycling Centre, 63-69 Amenity Way, off Garth Road, Morden, SM4 – Site is managed by Environmental Waste Controls plc of Prescot, Merseyside – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1382: Merton Council Reuse and Recycling Centre, 63-69 Amenity Way, off Garth Road, Morden, SM4 – Site is managed by Environmental Waste Controls plc of Prescot, Merseyside – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1383: Merton Council Reuse and Recycling Centre, 63-69 Amenity Way, off Garth Road, Morden, SM4 – Site is managed by Environmental Waste Controls plc of Prescot, Merseyside – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1384: Merton Council Reuse and Recycling Centre, 63-69 Amenity Way, off Garth Road, Morden, SM4 – Site is managed by Environmental Waste Controls plc of Prescot, Merseyside – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1385: Merton Council Reuse and Recycling Centre, 63-69 Amenity Way, off Garth Road, Morden, SM4 – Site is managed by Environmental Waste Controls plc of Prescot, Merseyside – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1386: Entrance (trade), Merton Council Reuse and Recycling Centre, 63-69 Amenity Way, off Garth Road, Morden, SM4 – Site is managed by Environmental Waste Controls plc of Prescot, Merseyside – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1387: Merton Council Reuse and Recycling Centre, 63-69 Amenity Way, off Garth Road, Morden, SM4 – Site is managed by Environmental Waste Controls plc of Prescot, Merseyside – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1388: Worcester Park Gas Holder Station, North of Kingsmill Avenue, Worcester Park KT4 – from Sir Joseph Hood Memorial Playing Fields, Motspur Park – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1389: Repairs to the Iron Bridge at South Morden Station, London Road, Morden SM4 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1390: Repairs to the Iron Bridge at South Morden Station, London Road, Morden SM4 – Shows corrosion to iron work – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1391: Sir Joseph Hood Memorial Playing Fields, Motspur Park, KT3 – Climbing Walls in Childs Play Area – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1392: Sir Joseph Hood Memorial Playing Fields, Motspur Park, KT3 – View of the Pavilion – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1393: Kidsfest Event, Merton Abbey Mills, Merantun Way, Merton SW19 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1394: Kidsfest Event, Merton Abbey Mills, Merantun Way, Merton SW19 – Fire engine on display – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1395: Kidsfest Event, Merton Abbey Mills, Merantun Way, Merton SW19 – Music at the bandstand – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1396: Kidsfest Event, Merton Abbey Mills, Merantun Way, Merton SW19 – Shows a Womble mascot of AFC Wimbledon – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1397: Kidsfest Event, Merton Abbey Mills, Merantun Way, Merton SW19 – At the Wheeelhouse Pottery – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1398: Kidsfest Event, Merton Abbey Mills, Merantun Way, Merton SW19 – Mayor David Williams trying his hand at block printing on the Wandle Industrial Museum stall – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1399: New bridge between Lynmouth Avenue and Garth Close, Morden SM4 – View looking towards Lynmouth Avenue – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1400: South Thames College Merton Campus, London Road, Morden SM4 – View of building of extension to the college – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1401: National Libraries Day, Mitcham Library, London Road, Mitcham CR4 – Kathrin Vlachou from Live Well Sutton and Merton – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1402: National Libraries Day, Mitcham Library, London Road, Mitcham CR4 – Met Police Safer Transport Team: Steve Aldridge and Jay Oliveras – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1403: National Libraries Day, Mitcham Library, London Road, Mitcham CR4 – Sapphira Van Assema from Merton Adult Education – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1404: National Libraries Day, Mitcham Library, London Road, Mitcham CR4 – Storyteller Jenny Lee – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1405: National Libraries Day, Mitcham Library, London Road, Mitcham CR4 – Michael Norman-Smith and colleague act out his play ‘Fact or Fiction: Alice and Fred at the Library’ – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1406: Rebuilding of The Oaks retirement homes, Eastway, Morden SM4 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1407: Rebuilding of The Oaks retirement homes, Eastway, Morden SM4 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1408: Morden Baptist Church, Crown Lane, Morden SM4 – Before switching on the Morden Xmas Lights – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1409: Nativity player Morden Baptist Church, Crown Lane, Morden SM4 – Before switching on the Morden Xmas Lights – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1410: Nativity children, Morden Baptist Church, Crown Lane, Morden SM4 – Before switching on the Morden Xmas Lights – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1411: Refreshment ladies , Morden Baptist Church, Crown Lane, Morden SM4 – Before switching on the Morden Xmas Lights – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1412: Local choir, Morden Baptist Church, Crown Lane, Morden SM4 – Before switching on the Morden Xmas Lights – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1413: Watching the choir, Morden Baptist Church, Crown Lane, Morden SM4 – Before switching on the Morden Xmas Lights – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1414: Conducting the choir, Morden Baptist Church, Crown Lane, Morden SM4 – Before switching on the Morden Xmas Lights – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1415: Merton Civic Centre Forecourt, London Road, Morden SM4 – Before switching on the Morden Xmas Lights – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1416: Merton Civic Centre Forecourt London Road, Morden SM4 – After the Mayor switched on the lights The lights on the tree flicked on for a few seconds then went out The switches on the other lights on the lampposts had not yet been set – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1417: Merton Civic Centre Forecourt, London Road, Morden SM4 – David Williams and mother at the switching on of the Xmas Lights in Morden – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1418: Merton Civic Centre Forecourt, London Road, Morden SM4 – Mayor of Merton David Williams re-enacts the switching on of the Xmas Lights in Morden for the benefit of the local press – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1419: The closed Cricketers Pub, London Road, Mitcham Cricket Green CR4 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1420: Mile Stone Marker behind hoardings, Morden Road Tram Stop, Morden Road, Morden SM4 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1421: View across Green Lane Riding Stables, Green Lane, Morden SM4 – From the Reuse and Recycling Centre in Amenity Way – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1422: Green Lane Riding Stables, Green Lane, Morden SM4 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1423: Morden Driving Test Centre (No 10) and the Ranya Ladies and Gents Hairdressers (Nos 6-8), Tudor Drive, Morden SM4 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1424: Extension to Aragon Primary School, Aragon Road, Morden SM4 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1425: 5 Dunster Avenue, Morden SM4 – In Sept 2012 application was made to build a 3 bed house on adjacent land – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1426: 121-127 Garth Road, Morden SM4 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1427: Kestrel House, Garth Road, Morden SM4 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1428: Gas Bottles (Wimbledon) Ltd, 194-196 Garth Road, Morden SM4 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1429: Merton Council Grit Store, Amenity Way, Morden SM4 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1430: Traleda Construction Ltd, Unit 4 Beverley Training Estate, Garth Road, Morden SM4 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1431: London Pumps, Unit 7 Beverley Training Estate, Garth Road, Morden SM4 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1432: Sillette Ltd and Edward Holt, Beverley Trading Estate, Garth Road, Morden SM4 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1433: St John Fisher Church, Cannon Hill Lane, Cannon Hill SW20 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1434: 34-40 Morden Road, Merton SW19 – In Sept 2012 a planning application was made for demolition of these buildings and erection of a nine storey block – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1435: Spur House, 14 Morden Road, Merton SW19 – In Sept 2012 a planning application was made for demolition and building flats – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1436: View of Pyl Brook from Lynmouth Avenue/Garth Close bridge, Morden SM4 – Looking north – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1437: Construction of new footbridge between Lynmouth Avenue and Garth Close, Morden SM4 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1438: Christmas at Lower Morden Garden Centre, Lower Morden Lane, Morden SM4 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1439: Remains of gate (no longer in use) into the Lower Morden Garden Centre, Lower Morden Lane, Morden SM4 – Possibly the original gate to the former farm land on the site? – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1440: Father Christmas on a sledge, Lower Morden Lane, Morden SM4 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1441: Nativity scene , Lower Morden Lane, Morden SM4 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1442: Working on the Merton Memories Project, Morden Library, Merton Civic Centre, London Road, Morden SM4 – John O’Brien, Merton Heritage Volunteer The Merton Memories Project is to digitise the library’s photographic archive and make it available via the web – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1443: Working on the Merton Memories Project, Morden Library, Merton Civic Centre, London Road, Morden SM4 – Joahanne Flaherty (Project Manager), left, and Yvonne Smith (Volunteer) The Merton Memories Project is to digitise the library’s photographic archive and make it available via the web – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1444: Morden Lodge, Morden Hall Park, Morden SM4 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1445: Mitcham Library, 157 London Road, Mitcham CR4 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1446: Earl Beatty Pub, 365 West Barnes Lane, Motspur Park KT3 – Bought by John Barras Pub Company in 2012 – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1447: Merton Volunteering Awards 2013, Council Chamber, Merton Civic Centre, London Road, Morden CR4 – Bunty Martin of Merton Mencap (centre) receiving her Outstanding Contribution to Volunteering Award from Mayor David Williams (left) – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1448: Merton Volunteering Awards 2013, Council Chamber, Merton Civic Centre, London Road, Morden CR4 – All the award winners – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1449: Pathway improvements, Kingsbridge Road, Morden SM4 – Conway equipment in Salcombe Drive – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1450: Pathway improvements and repairs in Kingsbridge Road, Morden SM4 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1451: Emmanuel Church, Dudley Drive, Morden SM4 – Taken from Stonecot Hill – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1452: Memorial flowers outside the TA Centre in Stonecot Hill, North Cheam SM3 – Flowers for Drummer Lee Rigby, killed at Woolwich Barracks by Muslim extremists Police CCTV van in the background – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1453: 119 Aragon Road, Morden SM4 – Road with large radio aerials – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1454: 122 Aragon Road, Morden SM4 – One of four houses with unusual roof line – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1455: Bellman Carter (2000) Ltd 358-374 Grand Drive, Raynes Park SW20 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1456: The Deputy Mayor of Merton John Sargeant opening the Wandle Industrial Museum’s 2013 exhibition ‘Things you didn’t know about the Wandle’ Wandle Industrial Museum, Lower Green, London Road, Mitcham CR4 – Centre: Meg Thomas (Museum Curator), Left: the Deputy Mayor’s wife Judy Sargeant – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1457: Friends of Cannon Hill Common Coronation Picnic, Cannon Hill Common SW20 – Members of the committee and their family – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1458: Friends of Cannon Hill Common Coronation Picnic, Cannon Hill Common SW20 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1459: View across Joseph Hood Recreation Ground, Martin Way, Cannon Hill SW20 – In background : St James Church spire and Merton Civic Centre – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1460: Children’s scooter at Joseph Hood Recreation Ground, Martin Way, Cannon Hill SW20 – The main accessory owned by children at this time – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1461: Fishing in the River Wandle, Morden Hall Park, Morden SM4 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1462: Merton Libraries Stall at the National Trust Green Day Fair, Morden Hall Park, Morden SM4 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1463: Fun in the River Wandle, Morden Hall Park, Morden SM4 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1464: Fun in the River Wandle, Morden Hall Park, Morden SM4 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1465: National Trust Green Day Fair in Morden Hall Park, Morden SM4 – Stall of the John Innes Society (Merton Park) – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1466: Incident of shattered window, Morden Library, Merton Civic Centre, London Road, Morden SM4 – The lower layer of the double glazed window shattered falling to the ground floor Fortunately nobody was injured – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1467: Incident of shattered window The ground floor of the library showing the glass Morden Library, Merton Civic Centre, London Road, Morden SM4 – The lower layer of the double glazed window shattered falling to the ground floor Fortunately nobody was injured – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1468: Repairs following incident of shattered window on 11/07/13 Morden Library, Merton Civic Centre, London Road, Morden SM4 – Scaffolding put in place to enable repair work and investigation, and to catch any further falling glass The breaking of the glass appears to have been as a result of a chemical reaction (not confirmed) – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1469: Crown House, Merton Civic Centre, London Road, Morden SM4 – Showing scaffolding work to enable the windows within the building to be replaced (after 50 years) – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1470: Morden Court, London Road, Morden SM4 – Showing the last flat that still retains a balcony – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1471: The Iron Bridge, London Road, Morden SM4 – Near Morden South Station The continuing repair work to the bridge along with the repainting from the original grey to light and dark green – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1472: Baitul Futuh Mosque, London Road, Morden SM4 – One of the original Express Dairy depot buildings used by the mosque – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1473: Epsom Road, Morden SM4 – Portable Road sign for Prudential Ride London Event showing dates of event – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1474: Prudential Ride London Event Coombe Lane, Raynes Park SW20 – Passing Waitrose Supermarket and car park – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1475: Prudential Ride London Event Coombe Lane, Raynes Park SW20 – Looking west, opposite Raynes Park Station – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1476: Prudential Ride London Event Coombe Lane, Raynes Park SW20 – Turning into Lambton Road, passing the Raynes Park Tavern – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1477: 244 Grand Drive, Raynes Park SW20 – Once a gift shop, then used to sell motor cycles; now the offices of an air conditioning company There is a planning application to turn the building into a restaurant and sandwich bar – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1478: 350 Cannon Hill Lane, Cannon Hill SW20 – This house shows the fashion for satellite dishes and solar panels – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1479: Raynes Park Playing Fields, 216 Grand Drive, Raynes Park SW20 – The rear of the pavilion – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1480: Raynes Park Playing Fields, 216 Grand Drive, Raynes Park SW20 – The front of the pavilion – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1481: Old Tennis Pavilion, 129 Grand Drive, Raynes Park SW20 – The pavilion is being used Monday-Friday as a Coffee Shop – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1482: 113 Grand Drive, Raynes Park SW20 – Planning application has been made to remove the garage and conservatory (not shown) and build a two story side extension – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1483: 29-32 Cannon Close, Raynes Park SW20 – Row of double fronted houses, may be the first built in this close – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1484: Prince George’s Avenue at Bushey Road, Raynes Park SW20 – Showing houses added to the ends of the roads perpendicular to Bushey Road In the background are those added to Carlton Park Avenue and Vernon Avenue – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1485: Wimbledon Land Rover Service Centre, Bushey Road, Raynes Park SW20 – At the end of Vernon Avenue – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1486: Wimbledon Specialist Cars, Bushey Road, Raynes Park SW20 – At the end of Eden Road – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1487: Posh Pet Parlour Bushey Road, Raynes Park SW20 – Between Eden Road and Dorien Road – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1488: Whitfield Court, off Kingston Road, Raynes Park SW20 – Planning application has been made to build on this land that sits between Dupont Road and Sydney Road It is accessed via a gap between 508 and 510 Kingston Road – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1489: 508-510 Kingston Road, Raynes Park SW20 – Shows access to Whitfield Court – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1490: Dundonald Church, 577 Kingston Road, Raynes Park SW20 – A Pentecostal church Housed in a former industrial building – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1491: Little Gates Nursery School, 496 Kingston Road, Raynes Park SW20 – Was home of Salvation Army, Raynes Park Community Church – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1492: Abbott Avenue Pumping Station, Abbott Avenue, Raynes Park SW20 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1493: Southey Bowls Club, 559 Kingston Road, Raynes Park SW20 – The club house Built at same time as the local houses (1900’s?) but greatly extended – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1494: Southey Bowls Club, 559 Kingston Road, Raynes Park SW20 – Side of the club house showing some of the original building – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1495: Southey Bowls Club, 559 Kingston Road, Raynes Park SW20 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1496: Southey Bowls Club, 559 Kingston Road, Raynes Park SW20 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1497: Wimbledon Chase Railway Bridge, Kingston Road, Raynes Park SW20 – The bridge is being repainted in the colours of the rail company that uses it, South Western There have been objections from people who would like to see it in its original red and pink – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1498: Improvements to entrance to Mostyn Gardens and Poplar School from Martin Way, Morden SM4 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1499: Central Ward Residents Club, Ashridge Way, Morden SM4 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1500: Hillcross School, Ashridge Way, Morden SM4 – The start of building work to extend the school can be seen in the background – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1501: Hillcross School, Ashridge Way, Morden SM4 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1502: Raynes Park Sports and Social Club, Taunton Avenue, Raynes Park SW20 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1503: Raynes Park Bowling Club, Raynes Park Sports Ground, Taunton Avenue, Raynes Park SW20 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1504: Garages at rear of 51 and 53 Aboyne Drive, Raynes Park SW20 – Access to these garages is alongside 53 Aboyne Drive A planning application has made to pull down the garages and build a four bedroom house – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1505: World of Golf at Beverley Park, Beverley Way, New Malden KT3 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1506: 88 Bushey Road, Raynes Park SW20 – Vacant office block Former home of Safestore Ltd, and of Racal Decca in the 1980’s – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1507: Subway under the A3 Beverley Way, Raynes Park SW20, at junction with Bushey Road – This is looking from East to West – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1508: Subway under Bushey Road, Raynes Park SW20 Coming out opposite entrance to Raynes Park High School – Looking North to South – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1509: Malden Way, New Malden KT3 – Traffic joining the A3 Beverley Way Near to Tesco Superstore between Burlington Road and Malden Way – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1510: Gresham House, 4 Douglas Avenue, West Barnes KT3 – The front Newly-built sheltered accommodation (2012) – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1511: Gresham House, 4 Douglas Avenue, West Barnes KT3 – The rear Newly-built sheltered accommodation (2012) – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1512: Rapid Ready Mixed Concrete, Alpha Place, off Garth Road, Morden SM4 – There are many objections to this site due to noise and air pollution – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1513: Rapid Ready Mixed Concrete, Alpha Place, off Garth Road, Morden SM4 – Some of the lorries used by the company Note the damage to the yard floor The lorries are alleged to cause the same type of damage to Garth Road – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1514: Nelson Hospital, Kingston Road, Merton Park, SW20, – Only front facades remain after demolition of hospital – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1515: The Foot Space, 120 London Road, Morden SM4 – Podiatry & Chiropody Clinic Corner of Crown Road – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1516: Crown House, Morden SM4 – Building at front housed the Crown, closed 2011 Scaffolding over Crown House is for window replacement after 50 years , – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1517: Bridge over Wandle tributary, Morden Hall Park, Morden SM4 – Looking west Next to café garden (right) – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1518: John Innes Park, Merton Park, SW19 – Looking north towards entrance gates and entrance lodge – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1519: Merton Cottage and damaged pine tree, Church Path, Merton Park, SW19 – Looking north-west from John Innes Park – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1520: Marrow plant in yard of Gardeners Cottage, John Innes Park, Merton Park, SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1521: Gate in old wall by Rutlish School, Path from John Innes Park, Merton Park, SW19 – Protected during maintenance works – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1522: Narrow triangular house, The Rush, Merton Park, SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1523: Site after demolition of Nelson Hospital, Kingston Road, Merton Park, SW20, – Eastern end To the left are the rear of buildings in Watery Lane – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1524: Ex- Car Park of Nelson Hospital, Kingston Road, Merton Park SW20 – During site clearance prior to new building construction – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1525: Site after demolition of Nelson Hospital, Kingston Road, Merton Park, SW20, – Looking north-east from Blakesley Walk Front facades of hospital buildings left standing – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1526: Site after demolition of Nelson Hospital, Kingston Road, Merton Park, SW20, – Looking north from Blakesley Walk Front facades of hospital buildings left standing – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1527: Old lamp-post in front garden, Jalna, Church Path, Merton Park SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1528: Rutlish School, Watery Lane, Merton Park, SW20 – Looking west from Mostyn Road entrance New school extension at rear – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1529: Rutlish School, Watery Lane, Merton Park, SW20 – Looking south-west from Mostyn Road entrance New school building at rear – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1530: Solar panels on roofs, 58 and 60 Mostyn Road, Merton Park SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1531: 27 Mostyn Road, Merton Park SW19 – ‘Crowsteps’ Designed and built by Sydney Brocklesby, 1911 – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1532: Travel Options (Software) Ltd 570 Kingston Road, Raynes Park, SW20 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1533: PAG Ltd (Battery Manufacturers) 565 Kingston Road, Raynes Park, SW20 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1534: Railhouse Pub/Restaurant, 641 Kingston Road, Raynes Park, SW20, – Previously the Rock until 2013, before that the Funktion (until 2011) and before that the Junction Tavern until about 2008/9 – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1535: Pedestrian tunnel under railway, Raynes Park, SW20 – Looking north-west towards Pepys Road exit – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1536: Pedestrian tunnel under railway, Kingston Road entrance, Raynes Park, SW20 – Looking east along Kingston Road – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1537: Clock tower at Farley’s Corner, 620A Kingston Road, Raynes Park, SW20 – On corner of Carlton Park Avenue Farley’s was a major furniture store – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1538: Waitrose Supermarket, 21-30 Coombe Lane, Raynes Park, SW20 – Apartments above supermarket on ground floor – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1539: Façade of service building, Outside Waitrose, 21-30 Coombe Lane, Raynes Park, SW20 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1540: Shopping Parade, 68-82 Coombe Lane Raynes Park, SW20 – Princess Alice Hospice Charity shop, left, is on corner of Durham Road – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1541: Downe Road, Mitcham CR4 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1542: 217-221 West Barnes Lane, Motspur Park KT3 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1543: 100-106 Linkway, Raynes Park SW20 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1544: Baptist Church, Leonard Road, Mitcham CR4 – Built 1930 – Keith Penny

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1545: Baptist Church, Leonard Road, Mitcham CR4 – Foundation stone – Keith Penny

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1546: Baptist Church, Leonard Road, Mitcham CR4 – Foundation stone – Keith Penny

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1547: Pre-school nursery at southern end of Streatham Vale, Streatham SW16 – Former Salvation Army hall – Keith Penny

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1548: Mitcham Mint public house, Greyhound Terrace, Streatham SW16 – – Keith Penny

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1549: Terraced houses, 69-73 Marian Road, Mitcham CR4 – – Keith Penny

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1550: Lidl supermarket, Rowan Road, Mitcham CR4 – 2007: on site of Marco refrigerator factory – Keith Penny

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1551: Chancery Gate commercial estate, 170 Rowan Road, Mitcham Cr4 – On site of UGI/Smith’s Meters factory – Keith Penny

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1552: Rowan Road Recreation Ground, Mitcham CR4 – – Keith Penny

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1553: Oakleigh Way Recreation Ground, Mitcham CR4 – – Keith Penny

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1554: Long Bolstead Recreation Ground, Woodstock Way, Mitcham CR4 – Land donated by Elizabeth Mizen in 1930 – Keith Penny

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1555: Lonesome Primary School, Grove Road, Mitcham CR4 – 1903 and later additions – Keith Penny

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1556: Shops and cafes, Rowan Road/Meopham Road, Mitcham CR4 – – Keith Penny

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1557: NHS Hostel, Meopham Road, Mitcham CR4 – 2009-10: on site of East Ward Maternity Centre, 1928 – Keith Penny

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1558: Tyre premises, Rowan Road, Mitcham CR4d – On site of lane across cemetery – Keith Penny

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1559: Former schoolkeeper’s house, Rowan Road, Mitcham CR4 – – Keith Penny

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1560: Rowan Park estate, Rowan Road, Mitcham CR4 – Crest Nicholson, 2011 onwards – Keith Penny

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1561: Rowan Park estate, Rowan Road, Mitcham CR4 – Crest Nicholson, 2011 onwards – Keith Penny

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1562: Willow Cottages, 123-133 Manor Road, Mitcham CR4 – c1890 – Keith Penny

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1563: 72-74 Manor Way, Mitcham CR4 – Tamworth Park Construction Co, 1927 – Keith Penny

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1564: Newlands Motor Company, Tamworth Lane, Mitcham CR4 – – Keith Penny

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1565: Barnfield Avenue/Donne Place, Mitcham CR4 – Mitcham Borough Council, 1950s – Keith Penny

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1566: Home Guard Memorial, The Meadows, Commonside East, Mitcham CR4 – On site of Towers Creamery, Windmill Road Replica of original, 2012 – Keith Penny

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1567: Orchid Lodge, Talbot Close, The Meadows, Mitcham CR4 – On site of Towers Creamery, Windmill Road – Keith Penny

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1568: Sherwood School, Commonside East, Mitcham CR4 – Surrey County Council, 1929 – Keith Penny

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1569: Church of The Ascension, Greenwood Road, Mitcham CR4 – Consecrated 1953 – Keith Penny

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1570: Church of The Ascension, Greenwood Road, Mitcham CR4 – Foundation stone – Keith Penny

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1571: Chestnut Grove, Pollards Hill, Mitcham CR4 – On site of Pollard Oak public house – Keith Penny

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1572: New Horizons Centre, Pollards Hill, Mitcham CR4 – – Keith Penny

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1573: ‘Mizen’s Corner’; corner of Rowan Road & Greyhound Terrace, Mitcham CR4 – Garden created 2009 – Keith Penny

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1574: Pearson Way, Mitcham CR4 – Flats on site of former Tooting & Mitcham United football ground – Keith Penny

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1575: Gorringe Park Primary School, Sandy Lane, Mitcham CR4 – – Keith Penny

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1576: Gorringe Park Primary School, Sandy Lane, Mitcham CR4 – – Keith Penny

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1577: Outdoor gym equipment, Figges Marsh, Mitcham CR4 – – Keith Penny

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1578: Lavender Park play area, London Road, Mitcham CR4 – – Keith Penny

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1579: Tamworth Farm allotments, off London Road, Mitcham CR4 – – Keith Penny

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1580: London Road Cemetery, Mitcham CR4 – The Chapel – Keith Penny

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1581: London Road Cemetery, Mitcham CR4 – Foundation stone – Keith Penny

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1582: London Road Cemetery , Mitcham CR4 – Auxiliary Fire Service graves – Keith Penny

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1583: London Road Cemetery , Mitcham CR4 – Home Guard graves – Keith Penny

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1584: London Road , Mitcham CR4 – Houses with balconies – Keith Penny

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1585: 9-11 Pitcairn Road , Mitcham CR4 – Social housing flats – Keith Penny

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1586: Sculpture in front garden, 188 Poplar Road South, Merton Park SW19 – Caused controversy Wrapped up then taken down within weeks – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1587: Demonstration of Elderly Ladies Exercise Group, By Morden Baptist Church, Crown Lane, Morden SM4 – Christmas event organised by local community – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1588: Save St Helier Hospital stall, Crown Lane, Morden SM4 – Christmas event organised by local community – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1589: Poplar School choir and choir mistress, Morden Underground Station foyer, Crown Lane Morden SM4 – Christmas event organised by local community – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1590: Undertaker, Frederick W Paine Funeral Directors, 26 Crown Lane, Morden SM4 – Christmas event organised by local community – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1591: Demonstration of model railway, Morden Baptist Church, Crown Lane, Morden SM4 – Christmas event organised by local community – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1592: Demonstration of model railway, Morden Baptist Church, Crown Lane, Morden SM4 – Christmas event organised by local community – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1593: Father Christmas (Josh Ollett of the Rotary Club), outside Sainsbury’s Store, Crown Lane, Morden SM4 – Christmas event organised by local community – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1594: DJ Wholesale Lighting and Electrical shop, 22 Crown Lane, Morden SM4 – Christmas event organised by local community – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1595: Poplar Primary School, Poplar Road South, Merton Park, SW19 – Being extended to rear to expand yearly intake of pupils – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1596: Disused building, public convenience ? between Poplar School and Martin Way, Merton Park SW19, – Was in Mostyn Gardens, now cut off by new entrance to Poplar School from Martin Way – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1597: Replacement for Nelson Hospital under construction, The Rush, Merton Park SW20 – Looking west from north end of Watery Lane – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1598: Replacement for Nelson Hospital under construction, Kingston Road, Merton Park, SW20, – Looking south-west from north of Kingston Road, showing old hospital facades – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1599: Site of ex-car park, Nelson Hospital, Kingston Road, Merton Park, SW20, – Looking south from north side of Kingston Road, showing pile of rubble from demolition of buildings – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1600: Mural in Blakesley Walk, Merton Park, SW20 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1601: Parade of shops (Polytechnic Buildings), Kingston Road, Merton Park, SW20 – Between Quintin Avenue (left) and Merton Hall Road – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1602: Flint-walled House, Sheridan Road, Merton Park SW19 – Far western end, north side – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1603: Wimbledon House Day Nursery and Pre-School, 1b and 1c Dorset Road, Merton Park SW19 – Operated by Bright Horizons, opened in August 2013 Empty since 2005, formerly a private school – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1604: Telephone Exchange, Kingston Road, Merton Park SW19 – On corner of Kingswood Road (right) – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1605: The Show House (1912), Merton Abbey Mills, Meretun Way, Merton SW19 – Designed by J Randall Vyning as the design shop of Liberty’s Printworks Restored 1990 as design studios – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1606: Early 19th century granite millstone from Bennetts Mill Merton Abbey Mills, Meretun Way, Merton SW19 – Discovered 2004 during excavations – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1607: Mural on roadside hoarding, and wind turbine, Meretun Way, Merton SW19 – Showing images relevant to history of the adjoining Merton Abbey Mills – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1608: Merton Abbey Mills, Meretun Way, Merton SW19 – The Show House on left, River Wandle on right Viewed from Wandle Bridge, looking south-east – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1609: Merton Priory wall, with newly cleared land to right Between Meretun Way and Merton High Street, Merton, SW19 – Looking from Sainsbury’s access road north-east towards Pickle Ditch – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1610: Merton Priory Wall, newly cleared land in foreground Between Meretun Way and Merton High Street, Merton, SW19 – Looking south west across Pickle Ditch, Sainsbury’s in background – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1611: Donald Hope Library (Colliers Wood), High Street, Colliers Wood SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1612: Byegrove Court, Byegrove Road, Colliers Wood, SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1613: St Joseph’s Catholic Church (1966), High Street, Colliers Wood SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1614: Shopping parade, 88-106 High Street, Colliers Wood SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1615: Colliers Wood Community Centre, 66 High Street, Colliers Wood SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1616: Provenance Pub, 62 High Street, Colliers Wood SW19 – Originally the Red Lion Note original signpost used for traffic control camera Closed in February 2014 – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1617: Eternity Party Express Party & Balloon Shop, 50 High Street, Colliers Wood, SW19 – Part of Acton Terrace, erected 1875 by Wm Clark – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1618: Burge & Gunson, Bathroom Suppliers, 13-27 High Street, Colliers Wood SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1619: Flats & shops, Robinson Road /High Street, Colliers Wood SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1620: River Graveney, east side of High Street, Colliers Wood SW19 – Looking north from Robinson Road – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1621: River Graveney (left) and railway lines (right) From Railway Bridge, High Street, Colliers Wood SW19 – Looking south-east – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1622: Railway bridge, High Street Colliers Wood SW19 – Looking east – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1623: Esso Petrol Station, 164-168 High Street, Colliers Wood – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1624: Site of ex-multi-storey car park, next to Colliers Wood Tower, High Street, Colliers Wood, SW19 – Looking west Plans exist for construction of apartments as part of project for conversion and extension of the Tower – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1625: Christchurch Hall, Christchurch Road, Colliers Wood SW19 – Location of talks by Merton Historical Society – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1626: Merton Works of Thames Water Utilities, Fortescue Road, Colliers Wood SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1627: Oasis Church, Fortescue Road, Colliers Wood SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1628: Pond at eastern end of path from Christchurch Road behind Tandem Centre, Colliers Wood, SW19 – Looking east – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1629: Waste ground behind western block of Tandem Centre (on right), Colliers Wood, SW19 – Looking towards Western Road – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1630: Home-Start Merton, 227 Western Road, Colliers Wood SW19 – Shell service station on right – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1631: Site of ex-Prince of Wales/Pepis, 336 Western Road, Colliers Wood SW19 – demolished late 2013 – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1632: Housing, Flats and Premier Inn, Colliers Wood SW19 – From Christchurch Road by Tandem Centre, looking north-east – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1633: 20 Church Path (left), Merton Park, SW19 – Home of Judy Goodman, local historian On site of former Church House land – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1634: Mostyn Road, Merton Park SW19 – House on eastern side, northern end, after renovation and pruning of street tree – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1635: Coach House, Mostyn Road, Merton Park SW19 – Un-numbered, near northern end, west side – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1636: Long Lodge, 267-269 Kingston Road, Merton Park SW19 – Once home of Sydney Brocklesby (architect) Now occupied by Bedford Insurance – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1637: Pub Sign, the Leather Bottle pub, 277 Kingston Road, Merton Park, SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1638: Reception at Bedford Insurance, Long Lodge, 267-269 Kingston Road, Merton Park SW19 – Photos relating to films made at the location, when occupied by Merton Park Film Studio (1929-67) – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1639: Long Lodge, 267-269 Kingston Road, Merton Park SW19 Staircase (not original) at Bedford Insurance, – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1640: Plaque (2006) to commemorate the centenary of British cinema Long Lodge, 267-269 Kingston Road, Merton Park SW19 – Occupied by Merton Park Film Studio (1929-67) – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1641: Plaque on wall with history of Long Lodge Long Lodge, 267-269 Kingston Road, Merton Park SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1642: Central door, Bedford Insurance, Long Lodge, 267-269 Kingston Road, Merton Park SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1643: Door at western end, Bedford Insurance, Long Lodge, 267-269 Kingston Road, Merton Park SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1644: New health centre under construction, The Rush, Merton Park, SW20 – Replacing the Nelson Hospital – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1645: Youell Cottage, 15 Watery Lane, Merton Park, SW20 – One of architect Sydney Brocklesby’s first houses in Merton Park – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1646: Front garden of house in Church Path, western end, Merton Park SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1647: Crowsteps, 27 Mostyn Road, Merton Park SW19 – Designed (2013) by Sydney Brocklesby – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1648: Greystones, 29 Mostyn Road, Merton Park SW19 – Designed (2013) by Sydney Brocklesby – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1649: St Mary’s Church Hall, Church Path, Merton Park SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1650: South-Eastern corner of Church Lane Playing Fields, Church Lane, Merton Park SW19 – Site of former John Innes Society nursery Church House on right – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1651: Rear garden of Church House, Church Path, Merton Park SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1652: 17th century wall around former old Church House Church Lane Playing Fields – From South-Eastern corner of Church Lane Playing Fields – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1653: 17th century wall around former old Church House – After repair and restoration, by entrance to Church Lane Playing Fields – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1654: Path between Kenley Road, Merton Park, SW19 and Crown Lane, Morden, SM4 – Looking south Garages of Windermere Avenue houses on right, Crown House in background – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1655: Cubic industrial/service building, off Kenley Road, Merton Park SW19 – By entrance to car parks alongside Sainsbury’s store Crown House to rear – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1656: Rear of Morden Underground Station, London Road, Morden SM4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1657: Rail tracks and tube train, rear of Morden Underground Station, London Road, Morden SM4 – Looking north towards Kenley Road – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1658: Sainsburys Local, 7-9 Kingston Road, Merton (South Wimbledon) SW19 – Formerly ‘The Tile Shop’, closed 2012 – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1659: Tesco Express, 2 Morden Road, Merton (South Wimbledon) SW19 – Recently opened Formerly the Grove Tavern public house (closed July 2012) – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1660: Wimbledon Audi (car dealers), 50 Kingston Road, Merton SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1661: National Tyres and Autocare, 57 Kingston Road, Merton SW19 – Corner of Montague Road – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1662: Wedged-shaped building, Hartfield Road, Wimbledon SW19 – Between road and Tramlink tracks, just north of Kingston Road level crossing – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1663: Tramlink tram, with White Hart pub at rear Level crossing, Kingston Road, Merton SW19 – Pub bears purple-brown paint job, dating from c 2012 – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1664: Level crossing, Kingston Road, Merton SW19 – Finch & Co (estate agents) and Tramlink tram (left) with White Hart pub (right) – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1665: Weatherboarded gable end of ‘Manor House’, 120 Kingston Road, Merton SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1666: Vacant plot, Palmerston Road/Kingston Road, Wimbledon SW19 – Formerly the Wimbledon College of Art annexe, demolished, to be replaced by residential accommodation – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1667: Gooseberry Bush café and therapy centre, 115 Kingston Road, Wimbledon SW19 – The corner image above the entrance previously showed Lord Palmerston The building is on the corner of Palmerston Road – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1668: 11 Sheridan Road, Merton Park SW19 – Quartermain-designed house, with recently-added garage – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1669: 11a Sheridan Road, Merton Park, SW19 – Modern house, architect designed, c1970s – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1670: Magnolia tree at 99 Poplar Road South, Merton Park SW19 – a profuse early flowering of street and garden trees – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1671: Merton and Morden Guild, 34a Aberconway Road, Morden SM4 – A social club for older people – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1672: Launch of the Merton Memories project, Merton Council Chamber, Civic Centre, Crown House, London Road, Morden SM4 – Councillor Nick Draper (left) the Mayor, Councillor Krystal Miller (centre) – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1673: Launch of the Merton Memories project, Merton Council Chamber, Civic Centre, Crown House, London Road, Morden SM4 – Sarah Gould (right), Heritage and Local Studies Manager The project involved the digitisation of the Library’s 10,000 heritage photos, and creating a new website to make them publicly accessible – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1674: Merton Discovery Day (a showcase of local heritage) Morden Library, Crown House, London Road, Morden SM4 – Sarah Gould, Heritage and Local Studies Manager – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1675: Stand of African Educational Cultural Health Organisation (AECHO) at Merton Discovery Day, Morden Library, Crown House, London Road, Morden SM4 – Centre is Hannah Neale (Minister), head of AECHO – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1676: John Strover, Chairman, Mitcham Cricket Green Community and Heritage, Merton Discovery Day, Morden Library, Crown House, London Road, Morden SM4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1677: Dave Haunton, Chairman of Merton Historical Society, at Merton Discovery Day Morden Library, Crown House, London Road, Morden SM4 – Talking about Jean Reville, local designer and driver of midget racing cards – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1678: Birchwood Close, Morden SM4 – New affordable housing – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1679: Morden Underground train depot, Morden SM4 – From eastern end of footbridge off Birchwood Close, looking south-west Baitul Futuh Mosque in background – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1680: Morden Underground train depot, Morden SM4 – From middle of footbridge off Birchwood Close, looking south-west Baitul Futuh Mosque in background – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1681: Morden Underground train depot, Morden SM4 – From middle of footbridge off Birchwood Close, looking north-east Birchwood Close housing on right – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1682: Perseid School, Abbotsbury Road, Morden SM4 – Was Abbotsbury Primary First School – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1683: Housing development by Nicholas King Developments, Central Road, Morden SM4 – On site of Morden Tavern, under conversion in right background – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1684: Housing development by Nicholas King Developments, Central Road, Morden SM4 – On site of Morden Tavern, under conversion – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1685: New flats in ‘Willows Development’, Schoolgate Drive, Central Road, Morden SM4 – Built by Barratt Homes in 2011 on site of former Merton sixth-form college and recreational facilities – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1686: New flats in ‘Willows Development’, Schoolgate Drive, Central Road, Morden SM4 – Built by Barratt Homes in 2011 on site of former Merton sixth-form college and recreational facilities – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1687: New flats in ‘Willows Development’, Schoolgate Drive, Central Road, Morden SM4 – Built by Barratt Homes in 2011 on site of former Merton sixth-form college and recreational facilities – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1688: Farm Road Church (Baptist), Farm Road, Morden SM4 – On corner of Combermere Road Built 1936 Disused Part recently used by a parent/toddler group – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1689: Morden Recreation Ground Entrance on Faversham Road, Morden SM4 – Pavilion, used by Merton Rugby Club – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1690: Morden Recreation Ground Entrance on Faversham Road, Morden SM4 – Outdoor recreational facilities – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1691: Morden Recreation Ground Entrance on Faversham Road, Morden SM4 – Junior cricket match – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1692: Morden Recreation Ground Entrance on Faversham Road, Morden SM4 – Children’s playground – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1693: New housing development (2007), Green Lane, St Helier, Morden SM4 – Adjacent to St Helier station (right) – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1694: St Helier Hospital, Wrythe Lane, Carshalton SM5 – From edge of recreation ground on Tweeddale Road, looking south – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1695: St Helier Hospital, Wrythe Lane, Carshalton SM5 – From edge of recreation ground on Tweeddale Road, looking south The hospital opened in 1938 – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1696: Cedar tree, side-stream of River Wandle, Octavia Close, Mitcham CR4 – Looking north from north side of Wandle towards Octavia Close – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1697: Trees by side-stream of River Wandle, Octavia Close, Mitcham CR4 – Looking north-east from north side of Wandle towards Octavia Close – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1698: Side-stream of River Wandle, Rawnsley Avenue, Mitcham CR4 – Looking north-east from north side of Wandle towards Rawnsley Avenue – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1699: Nisa Local food store, 395 London Road, Mitcham CR4 – Formerly Strowgers hardware store (closed) – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1700: Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, 482-484 London Road, Mitcham CR4 – Recently refurbished (2012/3) – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1701: Block of flats, London Road, Mitcham CR4 – Western side of London Road, north of Tramlink line – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1702: 470-472 London Road, Mitcham CR4 – Entrance to Taplow Court in foreground Mitcham Tyres and Wheels behind – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1703: St Mark’s Church, St Mark’s Road, Mitcham, CR4 – Showing south side of Church, from Baker Lane – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1704: St Mark’s Church, St Mark’s Road, Mitcham, CR4 – North side of Church, on St Mark’s Road – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1705: Gorringe Park public house, 29 London Road, Tooting SW17 – A Charles Wells/Yummy Pub Co venture, bought by Charles Wells from Youngs in August 2012 Incorporates small cinema – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1706: Tooting Rail Station, London Road, Tooting SW17 – The railway line marks the border between the London Boroughs of Merton and Wandsworth – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1707: Tooting Police Station, 251 Mitcham Road, Tooting SW17 – Opened 1939 Future closure announced in March 2013 – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1708: Traditional police lamp, Tooting Police Station, 251 Mitcham Road, Tooting SW17 – Future closure announced in March 2013 – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1709: Frontage of Tooting Police Station, 251 Mitcham Road, Tooting SW17 – Art deco façade, opened in 1939 Future closure announced in March 2013 – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1710: Delight Polish Supermarket, 284 London Road, Tooting SW17 – Was the Railway Bell pub, closed January 2013 – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1711: Tooting Rail Station, London Road, Tooting SW17 – Rear of station above railway lines, looking west from platform – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1712: Mural, up platform, Tooting Station, London Road, Tooting SW17 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1713: Small chapel built to the memory of 27 year-old Stanford Burke Downing by his father Henry (noted architect) 8 Wilton Road, Colliers Wood, – On the day of demolition, rear view (from front of house – a hostel for the homeless that is being expanded) – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1714: Small chapel built to the memory of 27 year-old Stanford Burke Downing by his father Henry (noted architect) 8 Wilton Road, Colliers Wood, SW 19 – On the day of demolition, front view (from side of house – a hostel for the homeless that is being expanded) – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1715: Building site, on site of Emma Hamilton public house, Kingston Road, Wimbledon Chase, SW20 – With giant crane – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1716: Building site, on site of Emma Hamilton public house, Kingston Road, Wimbledon Chase, SW20 – Looking north west – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1717: 26-38 Mawson Close and circular green, Wimbledon Chase, SW20 – Looking north, crane of ex-Emma Hamilton building site to rear – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1718: Arched doorways of 26-28 Mawson Close, Wimbledon Chase, SW20 – Built 1929 – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1719: 34 Mawson Close, Wimbledon Chase, SW20 – Showing ornamental brickwork over door – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1720: Chase Post Office, 421 Kingston Road, Wimbledon Chase, SW20 – Closed for about 10 years – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1721: BP Service station, M&S mini-store, and BP Wild Bean Café, Kingston Road, Wimbledon Chase SW20 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1722: Caxton House and Cottages, Lower Green, Mitcham CR4 – A three storey 19thC building which housed a printing works and has attached a pair of workers cottages of a similar period – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1723: Kingsdene/Ivy and Elm Cottages, Lower Green, Mitcham CR4 – Three ‘bijou’ late Georgian/early Victoria buildings adjoining the National School – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1724: Lime Cottages, Church Road, Mitcham CR4 – A pair of fine early Victorian workers cottages – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1725: Glebe Square, Lower Green West, Mitcham CR4 – One of the homes that make the square – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1726: Sibford, London Road, Mitcham CR4 – A large Edwardian house used as a nursing home The former stables are now in use as a doctors’ surgery – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1727: Elm Lodge, Corner of London Road and Cricket Green, Mitcham CR4 – Highly visible early 19th century house has escaped alteration In its early years the home of a village physician called Dr Parrott it has also been occupied by the artist/designer Sir William Nicholson – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1728: Mitcham Court, Cricket Green, Mitcham CR4 – Formerly known as ‘Elm Court’ and dating in part to the 1840’s It was once the home of Sir Harry Mallaby Deeley MP, passing into the hands of the local authority on his death in 1937 It was returned to the private sector in the mid 1980’s and is now used as offices – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1729: Brook House, Cricket Green, Mitcham CR4 – Modern Office Block built in the grounds of Mitcham Court in the mid 1980’s – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1730: 3 Cricket Green, Mitcham CR4 – ‘Avoca’ This is a late 19th centdouble fronter house with side entrance – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1731: The Birches, Cricket Green, Mitcham CR4 – Imposing brick built house in its own grounds of a style typical of its 1920’s construction date The Birches sits well alongside earlier mansions It was erected in 1926 by the benefactor of the Wilson and Cumberland House hospitals, Sir Issac Wilson – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1732: The White House, Cricket Green, Mitcham CR4 – A fine three storey Georgian building renovated in the Regency style by Dr Alfred Bartley in 1826 – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1733: Chestnut Cottage, Cricket Green, Mitcham CR4 – Of Georgian construction with its original wooden porch, supported on classical columns – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1734: 11/13 Cricket Green, Mitcham CR4 – Pair of early 19thC cottages The left hand one Simla cottage having later additions to the facade – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1735: 15 Cricket Green, Mitcham CR4 – Early 20th cent typical eclectic vernacular style – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1736: 19/21 Cricket Green, Mitcham CR4 – Early 20th cent residential houses – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1737: Methodist Church, Cricket Green, Mitcham CR4 – Built by architect Edward Mills in 1958 It is the second Methodist church erected upon this site The large side windows are now boarded up – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1738: The Gatehouse, Madeira Road, Mitcham CR4 – Situated at the driveway entrance to the Canons Probably of a later date than the main house – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1739: 3-5 Cranmer Road, Mitcham CR4 – A well-proportioned attractive row of three Georgian cottages set back from the road – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1740: Junction of Cricket Green and Cranmer Road, Mitcham CR4 – Next to No 76, this block of flats was built in 2008/9 on the site of a former petrol garage – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1741: Queens Head, Cricket Green, Mitcham CR4 – A turn of the 20th cent hostelry with mock tudor upper parts and Arts and Crafts influenced ground floor – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1742: Bramcote Parade, Cricket Green, Mitcham CR4 – Mixed residential and retail complex in ‘Moderne’ style of late 1930’s – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1743: 62 Cricket Green, Mitcham CR4 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1744: Old Wesleyan Chapel, 46 Cricket Green, Mitcham CR4 – Built in 1789 as a preaching house John Wesley preached there in the last years of his life and the chapel continued to be used until the new Methodist church was built in 1877 – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1745: Belle Vue, 40 Cricket Green, Mitcham CR4 – Now a private house this was once the ‘Britannia’ public house and home to the ‘Old Buffer’s’ cricket club – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1746: SS Peter and Paul Catholic Primary School, Cricket Green, Mitcham CR4 – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1747: 8 Cricket Green, Mitcham CR4 – Pair of mid Victorian buildings with ‘Ecclesiastical’ details to the facade – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1748: 6 Cricket Green, Mitcham CR4 – Green View, much modernised early 20th cent residence – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1749: Horse trough, corner of Cricket Green and London Road, Mitcham CR4 – Erected by the people of Mitcham to commemorate the jubilee of Queen Victoria in 1887 – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1750: 346 London Road, Mitcham CR4 – Modern weather-proofing conceals the timber frame of probably Mitcham’s oldest building From the rear yard the odd roofs and gabled extensions reveal its 16th century origins – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1751: Corner of Cricket Green and London Road, Mitcham CR4 – Victorian sewage or gas outlet pipe May no longer be in use – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1752: The Burn Bullock, London Road, Mitcham CR4 – The rear of the Burn Bullock showing the rear wing of 16thC origins – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1753: The White Hart, London Road, Mitcham CR4 – Was for a while known as the Hooden on the Green before changing its name back to The White Hart An old post inn, largely rebuilt in 1750 after a major fire the year before, the White Hart was a heavily used coaching point From the rear yard horse buses and stage coaches as well as post chaise and horses could be hired – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1754: London Road, Mitcham CR4 – View of the White Hart public house and its adjoining buildings – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1755: The Vestry Hall, London Road, Mitcham CR4 – This council-owned building now houses volunteer and charitable organisations It was built in 1887 on a site used from 1765 as a ‘Watch House’ or gaol This earlier building, after its use as a prison had ceased, was converted to house the hand-operated fire engine – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1756: Wheelhouse Pottery, Merton Abbey Mills, Merantun Way, Merton SW19 – Steve Llewellyn with one of his students during a pottery lesson – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1757: Wheelhouse Pottery, Merton Abbey Mills, Merantun Way, Merton SW19 – A student during a pottery lesson in the wheelhouse – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1758: Merton Arts Festival in The Chapter House, Merantun Way, Merton SW19 – The artist Sheelah Mahalath Bewley with her work ‘Won’t get Fooled Again’ The two beasts are hybrids of many of the bird and serpent images found in illuminated manuscripts – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1759: Merton Arts Festival in The Chapter House, Merantun Way, Merton SW19 – The artist Julia Iwasz with her work ‘Illuminated Hand’ – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1760: Merton Arts Festival in The Chapter House, Merantun Way, Merton SW19 – The artist Jane Tyler with her stained glass window work based on the work and relationships of William Morris – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1761: Road resurfacing work in Kingsbridge Road, Morden – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1762: Sheila Harris Recognition Ravensbury Mill, Morden Road, Morden, SM4 – Sheila Harris (second right) is recognised for her contribution over 19 years to the Wandle Industrial Museum Pictured at their AGM with the Deputy Mayor of Merton John Sargeant, his wife Judy and the WIM Chair Andrew Wakefield (second left) – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1763: Wheelhouse in Ravensbury Mill, Morden Road, Morden, SM4 – Nicholas Hart from the Wandle Industrial Museum pictured in the wheel house at Ravensbury Mill The Mill is the potential new home of the Museum – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1764: Ravensbury Mill Wheelhouse and Flat, Morden Road, Morden, SM4 – Showing the doors to the wheelhouse and flat above the wheelhouse – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1765: Alice Thacker, local Merton resident – Alice is a local Merton resident and lives in Walnut Cottage, Liberty Avenue, Colliers Wood SW19 She is known for her demonstrations and talks on the cotton and textile industry She is also Chair of the Merton MS Society and a volunteer at the London Wildlife Trust – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1766: Steve Vincent, Merton Council employee – Steve Vincent has worked in the Merton Mayor’s office for 13 years He is one of the two car drivers that the Mayor has – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1767: Fire incident, Morden Court Parade, London Road, Morden SM4 – The fire brigade blocked London Road following a fire above the Polish Deli next to Wiltshire Bakery The fire appeared to be in the ceiling area and didn’t affect the whole shop The incident happened around 12/12:30pm Three engines attended the fire incident – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1768: Merton Memories project leaders and volunteers, Kiss Me Hardy Public House, Colliers Wood High Street, Colliers Wood SW19 – Seated : right, Sarah Gould (Merton Local Studies Centre Manager) and left, Joahanne Flaherty (Part Time Project Manager) The Merton Memories Project is a two year project to digitise the photographic collection of 15,000 photographs held at the Local Studies Centre At the time of the photo the project was 14/15 months old – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1769: Rotary Club of Morden Christmas Float, Lynmouth Avenue, Lower Morden SM4 – The Rotary Club of Morden’s float visits the area every year to collect money – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1770: Number 1 Cricket Green, ‘Brampton’, Mitcham, CR4 – Home of Jigsaw Day Nursery Typical inter-war semi-detached house in the English vernacular tradition Adjoining Cold Blows Footpath – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1771: Cold Blows footpath, off Cricket Green, Mitcham CR4 – A lane of great antiquity It connects houses near the church via a series of footpaths to the medieval common fields of Mitcham village The name is from the 16th Century – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1772: Chart Close, Mitcham CR4 – A short terrace of late 20th Century cottages on the site of a former tennis court formerly within the garden of 21 Cricket Green Two-stories and built of rendered blockwork these are of pastiche Victorian styling with traditional style sash windows and projecting canopies over the entrances Named after the Chart family – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1773: Off loading cement in Lynmouth Avenue, Morden, SM4 – The cement was being delivered ready mixed and ready for use It was being moved to the rear of the house a wheelbarrow at a time The flow had to be switched off for each wheelbarrow load – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1774: Pot hole repairs outside 274 Lynmouth Avenue, Morden SM4 – Conway’s work on behalf of Merton Council carrying out road and pavement repairs This was the second time this particular pot hole had been repaired – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1775: Bulk item collection in Aragon Road, Morden SM4 – Merton Council provide a free of charge bulk item collection service The introduction of this service has helped to reduce fly tripping and illegal collectors – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1776: Painting and repair to the Vestry Hall, London Road, Mitcham CR4 – The Vestry Hall is a Grade II listed building A number of its windows were being repainted when this photo was taken Some of the windows have been replaced and some of the brickwork has also been repaired The building behind the vehicle is the home of the Wandle Industrial Museum – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1777: Morden Hall Park, Morden Hall Road, Morden SM4 – Re-pointing of external wall surrounding Morden Hall Park It looks as if the wrong mix of cement is being used as it doesn’t match the original The original would have used different materials to that used today – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1778: High wind damage, Stonecot Hill, Morden SM4 – There was flooding and high winds country wide on Monday 23 December 2013 Damage was light in the local area but this tree near to Emmanuel Church was brought down – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1779: Pavement works, Lynmouth Avenue, Morden SM4 – One of the workmen from Conway’s, the council’s contractor, wanted to pose for this picture The pavement work was due to last 22 weeks and was started in September 2013 – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1780: Pavement works, Lynmouth Avenue, Morden SM4 – The pavement is marked in certain places to stop vehicles parking and to advise on forthcoming work Notice the spelling error – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1781: Pavement works, Lynmouth Avenue, Morden SM4 – Fitting the kerb stones into place is a two man job One is seen here putting the stone into place and the other is using a hoist on a vehicle to lift the stones to the correct position – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1782: Road resurfacing work, Lynmouth Avenue, Morden SM4 – Looking North The top surface of the road has been taken off and made ready for a new covering The last time the road was resurfaced was in 1980 Note the fox happy that there are no cars – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1783: Road resurfacing work, Lynmouth Avenue, Morden SM4 – Half of the road has received its new covering The rest was completed later the same day The first new surface for 34 years – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1784: Launch of Merton Memories project, Civic Centre, London Road, Morden SM4 – Funded by a Heritage Lottery Grant the Merton Memories Project involved creating a digital archive of the 15,000 photographs and pictures held by Merton Council’s Local Studies and Heritage Centre Sarah Gould, Manager for Heritage and Local Studies (right) takes Mayor of Merton Councillor Krystal Miller (left) through the Merton Memories web site – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1785: Launch of Merton Memories project, Civic Centre, London Road, Morden SM4 – Left to right: Peter Hopkins, David Luff and David Haunton, members of the Merton Historical Society, a supporter of the project – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1786: Launch of Merton Memories project, Civic Centre, London Road, Morden SM4 – Members of Mitcham Camera Club, a supporter of the project – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1787: Launch of Merton Memories project, Civic Centre, London Road, Morden SM4 – Sandra Vogel and colleague from Mitcham Cricket Green Community and Heritage group – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1788: Launch of Merton Memories project, Civic Centre, London Road, Morden SM4 – John Hawks from the Priory Trust – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1789: Launch of Merton Memories, Civic Centre, London Road, Morden SM4 – Alison Cousins, who represented and manned the stalls of both the John Innes Society and Wandle Industrial Museum, both supporters of the project – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1790: Green Lane, Lower Morden SM4 – Green Lane in Morden It joins a footpath to Green Lane in Worcester Park Work has started to surface the road and provide lighting until it reaches Green Lane stables – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1791: Green Lane, Lower Morden SM4 – The junction of the three pathways by Green Lane Stables One the byway to Green Lane, Worcester Park One towards Lower Morden Lane along Green Lane, Lower Morden The last, where these barriers are, the footpath to Trafalgar Avenue – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1792: Footpath from Green Lane, Lower Morden SM4 to Trafalgar Avenue, Worcester Park – The footpath forms the boundary line between LB Merton and LB Sutton – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1793: 101/103 Garth Road, Morden SM4 – For years the gap between these two houses was used as a short cut from Garth Road to Trafalgar Avenue and Worcester Park Due to anti-social behaviour the resident at 103 fought to get gates put in A gate was installed on the Garth Road side (London Borough of Merton) and fencing on the other (London Borough of Sutton) Thus upset many people, including dog walkers who would walk through to Lynmouth Gardens and on to King Georges Recreation Ground – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1794: Lynmouth Gardens, Lower Morden SM4 – The path in Lynmouth Gardens between Lynmouth Avenue and Garth Road The Gardens has a specific area that has become somewhat overgrown The area is low budget and the council cut back the bushes and cut the grass only once or maybe twice a year – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1795: Morden Hall Country Show, Morden Hall Park, Morden SM4 – Dog owner with his playful dog – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1796: Morden Hall Country Show, Morden Hall Park, Morden SM4 – An audience enjoying watching a court jester performing magic tricks – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1797: Morden Hall Country Show, Morden Hall Park, Morden SM4 – Members of The Company of 1415 who perform re-enactments At this year’s show they were refused permission to use their long bows and have a shooting gallery – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1798: Morden Hall Country Show, Morden Hall Park, Morden SM4 – A visitor to the Show, George Utley, who asked to have his photograph taken – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1799: Morden Hall Country Show, Morden Hall Park, Morden SM4 – A display of moving models made from children’s bricks used to encourage people to give to the Great Ormond Street Hospital – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1800: Morden Hall Country Show, Morden Hall Park, Morden SM4 – Steve Fuller (pictured) and his partner Simone Siegan, from Kendal in Cumbria, have been practicing Willow Weaving for many years They also provide services to schools – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1801: The National School, Church Road, Mitcham CR4 – Also known as the Village School House Built in 1788 on a piece of land ‘Pound Close’ to serve as a Sunday School, it was extended in 1812 and run as a day school until its closure in 1897 Henry Hoare, prominent local businessman and Evangelical ‘Clapham Sect’ member was treasurer, a fact recorded in a plaque above the school door The notable ‘clock-tower’ was added in 1792 – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1802: David Light, artist Chapter House, Merantun Way, Merton SW19 – With his work based on the stained glass work of Edward Burne Jones during the William Morris Weekend Morris & Co were based just 100 yards from where the Chapter House is located –

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1803: Morden Hall Garden Centre, Morden Hall Park, Morden Hall Road, Morden SM4 – A sale marked the closure of the Garden Centre, following a decision of the National Trust, owners of the Park, not to renew the lease, and to establish their own retail garden facilities on the site River Wandle tributary in foreground – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1804: Morden Hall Garden Centre, Morden Hall Park, Morden Hall Road, Morden SM4 – Queue waiting for the opening of the closing-down sale – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1805: Morden Hall Garden Centre, Morden Hall Park, Morden Hall Road, Morden SM4 – Queue waiting for the opening of the closing-down sale, showing footbridge over River Wandle tributary in foreground – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1806: Mini Treasures Day Nursery, 21 Morden Hall Road, Morden Hall Park, Morden SM4 – Situated just off the entrance to the main car park – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1807: Polonez Polish Delicatessen, 29 Abbotsbury Road, Morden SM4 – One of a growing number of Eastern European food shops in the Morden area – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1808: Royal Surrey Snooker Club, 10 Abbotsbury Road, Morden SM4 – The snooker and billiards hall, which is on the top floor of this shopping parade, pre-dates by decades the adjoining Royal Surrey pub and casino, under the same ownership – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1809: First Call Car Services, 10 Abbotsbury Road, Morden SM4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1810: Timmy All In One (10-12), Adam’s Barbers (8) and SAAM’s Function Hall (6), London Road, Morden SM4 – In ex-Woolworth’s store The Function Hall is on the first floor of the building – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1811: Superfish (No 20), Powerhouse Electricals (No 22) and Stable & Able (No 24), London Road, Morden SM4 – Superfish and Powerhouse are long established Stable & Able sell aids and clothing for the less able – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1812: Sainsbury’s Supermarket, 33-44 London Road, Morden SM4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1813: Rana Foods & Halal Meat, 35 London Road, Morden SM4 – One of a growing number of Halal meat and West Asian food stores in Morden – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1814: Cash Exchange (No 46), Pawnbrokers, and Stan James (no 48), Bookmakers London Road, Morden SM4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1815: Footpath to Links Avenue, Morden Park Playing Fields, Morden SM4 – Looking north-east from just inside the Playing Fields close to entrance on Hillcross Avenue opposite Arundel Avenue The path runs parallel with Hillcross Avenue between Links Avenue and Lower Morden Lane – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1816: Disused facilities, Morden Park Playing Fields, Morden SM4 – From a point near Links Avenue entrance looking east towards Baitul Futuh Mosque on London Road – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1817: Site of ex-sports pavilion, Morden Park Playing Fields, Morden SM4 – Near Links Avenue entrance, looking north – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1818: Morden Park Playing Fields (unused), Morden SM4 – Looking south from north side towards Morden Park and Merton College (left in background) – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1819: Morden Park Playing Fields (unused), Morden SM4 – Looking north-east from west side towards Crown House, Morden centre – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1820: Fitness/training equipment, Morden Park, Morden SM4 – At north-eastern end of park – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1821: Morden Park House, Morden Park, London Road, Morden SM4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1822: Local dignitaries, Bandstand arena, Morden Park, Morden SM4 – World War 1 commemorative event : ‘Merton Remembers, 2014-2018’ – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1823: Female narrator Claire Walshe, and Regent Brass, Bandstand, Morden Park, Morden SM4 – World War 1 commemorative event : ‘Merton Remembers, 2014-2018’ – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1824: Male narrator Christopher Fairbank, Bandstand, Morden Park, Morden SM4 – World War 1 commemorative event : ‘Merton Remembers, 2014-2018’ – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1825: Colliers Wood Chorus, led by Christopher Killerby, Bandstand, Morden Park, Morden SM4 – World War 1 commemorative event : ‘Merton Remembers, 2014-2018’ – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1826: The Worshipful, The Mayor of the London Borough of Merton, Councillor Agatha Akyigyina, with Regent Brass, Bandstand, Morden Park, Morden SM4 – World War 1 commemorative event : ‘Merton Remembers, 2014-2018’ – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1827: Bride and groom, outside Morden Park House Registry Office, Morden Park, London Road, Morden SM4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1828: Wedding guests and bridesmaids, outside Morden Park House Registry Office, Morden Park, London Road, Morden SM4 – Showing the eastern side of the house – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1829: Premier Inn London, Wimbledon South, Merantun Way, Merton SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1830: Car Park, rear of Sainsbury’s and M&S Stores, 1 Merton High Street, Merton SW19 – Looking west Site of Merton Priory – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1831: Gateway, Meretun Way, Merton SW19 – Replica (1990s) of old gateway forming the entrance to the grounds of old Abbey Gate House The original gateway was dismantled and lost during the construction of Meretun Way – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1832: The Canons, Madeira Road, Mitcham CR4 – The house and dovecote (right) across the pond – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1833: Upper Green East, Mitcham CR4 – Looking north Sign of Park Place (Toby Carvery) on left – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1834: Maycross Avenue, Morden SM4 – Built 1912, designed by Sydney Brocklesby, as the club house of Merton Park Golf Links Now private housing – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1835: Cannon Hill Common, Cannon Hill Lane, SW20 – Tree trunks keeping vehicles off the common – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1836: Light Up Morden Christmas Event, outside Crown House, London Road, Morden SM4 – The kino van (Bigger Picture Project, Film London) – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1837: Light Up Morden Christmas Event, Morden Baptist Church, Crown Lane, Morden SM4 – Father Christmas (Dick Bywater) and customer – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1838: Light Up Morden Christmas Event, 1 Crown Lane, Morden SM4 – Refreshments courtesy of Londis newsagents, with manager (right) and helper – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1839: Light Up Morden Christmas Event, Crown Lane, Morden SM4 – Ann Waller and Chris Roe, volunteer organizers, from Jigsaw-4-U, with raffle first prize – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1840: Light Up Morden Christmas Event, Morden Underground Station, London Road, Morden SM4 – Inspire Choir (Morden Baptist Church) – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1841: Light Up Morden Christmas Event, Crown Lane, Morden SM4 – Helpers at Jigsaw-4-U stall – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1842: Light Up Morden Christmas Event, Morden Baptist Church, Crown Lane, Morden SM4 – Bruce Robertson and his miniature railway – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1843: Morden Cottage, Morden Hall Park, Morden SM4 – Built c1750 Under refurbishment – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1844: The Stable Block, Morden Hall Park, Morden SM4 – Phoenix Wind Band of Sutton playing during a pre-Christmas fair – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1845: 166, London Road, Morden SM4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1846: The Holt, London Road, Morden SM4 – Originally incorporated a petrol station/garage – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1847: Goodwood Close, Morden SM4 – Off London Road, opposite the Batal Futuh Mosque The site of a large house, Hatherleigh, demolished in 1950s – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1848: Morden Islamic Community Centre, Crown House, London Road, Morden SM4 – Situated since 2013 in what was the Crown public house – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1849: New apartments fronted by Sainsbury’s Local, Central Road, St Helier, Morden SM4 – Construction to be completed Spring 2015 The site of the Morden Tavern, corner of Abbotsbury Road Trumans Brewery insignia retained on front wall – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1850: 19 & 21 Abbotsbury Road, Morden SM4 – Brasoveanca (19) Eastern European grocers, and Toko (21) – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1851: Tailoring work, 14 Abbotsbury Road, Morden SM4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1852: The ‘Black’ Tower, Christchurch Road, Colliers Wood, SW19 – Looking north west across Christchurch Road Criterion Capital have employed contractors J J Rhatigan to undertake the construction works to convert the former Brown and Root Tower into apartments, and to build more apartments nearby Work started at the end of 2014 – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1853: Tesco Express, 2 Morden Road, Merton SW19 – Apartments under construction above and alongside the building, which was formerly the Grove tavern – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1854: Nelson Wines, 168A Merton High Street, London SW19 – Well-known for their large range of bottled beers – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1855: High Path Estate, corner of Nelson Grove Road and Pincott Road, Merton SW19 – Looking west – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1856: Wall plaque giving information about the site of Nelson’s Merton Place, Doel Close, Merton SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1857: The site of Nelson’s Merton Place, Merton, SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1858: Apartments under construction, corner of Kingston Road and Palmerston Road, Merton SW19 – Replacing the Wimbledon College of Art’s School of Foundation Studies – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1859: Gate and side wall, 10 Church Path, Merton Park SW19 – Part of original 16th century wall of Church House – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1860: Pantiles House, Langley Road, Merton Park, SW19 – Retirement homes Built c2010 on part of garden of Dorset Hall, Kingston Road – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1861: Easby Crescent at junction with Egleton Road (left), St Helier, SM4 – Childhood home of the local historian Bill Rudd (died 2014) – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1862: St Helier Station entrance, Green Lane, St Helier SM4 – Looking across Green Lane – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1863: Mostyn Gardens, Mostyn Road, Merton Park, SW19 – Looking east across the sunken area created after incomplete partial infilling of old claypits as part of John Innes’ brickworks – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1864: Western half of the new ‘Rush Island’, The Rush, Merton Park, SW19 – New landscaping associated with construction of Nelson Health Centre, replacing the Nelson Hospital Looking south-west – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1865: Eastern end of the new Nelson Health Centre, The Rush, Merton Park SW19 – Looking west Prior to opening 1 April 2015 – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1866: New island (western half) at the Rush, Kingston Road, Merton Park, SW19 – Looking north from outside entrance to new Nelson Health Centre Leather Bottle public house in background – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1867: New Nelson Health Centre, Kingston Road, Merton Park SW20 – Showing two of the original facades of the Nelson Hospital, preserved as part of the approved plans for the development – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1868: New Nelson Health Centre, Kingston Road, Merton Park SW20 – Showing one of the retained original facades of the Nelson Hospital, with World War 1 memorial stone above the entrance, and memorial to Dr Frank Deas, the hospital founder – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1869: Tramlink tram at Merton Park Station, Merton Park, SW19 – Looking north towards Kingston Road crossing – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1870: New Nelson Health Centre, The Rush, Kingston Road, Merton Park SW19 – The eastern end, on the site of the Nelson Hospital’s 1942 Maternity Wing – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1871: Apartments under construction, Kingston Road, Wimbledon Chase SW20 – The site of the Emma Hamilton public house – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1872: Apartments under construction, Kingston Road, Wimbledon Chase SW20 – Looking north from Blakesley Walk towards Kingston Road – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1873: Rear of new Nelson Health Centre, Kingston Road, Merton Park SW20 – The western side, from Kingston Road – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1874: New Nelson Health Centre, Kingston Road, Merton Park SW20 – Looking east, showing all three retained facades of the previous Nelson Hospital – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1875: The new Rush Island, The Rush, Kingston Road, Merton Park SW19 – Looking east along the Kingston Road, with Merton Parade shops in background Taken from outside the entrance to the new Nelson Health Centre – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1876: Rear of Doel Close, Merton SW19 – Just south of Merton High Street, the approximate location of Merton Place – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1877: Tesco Express, South Wimbledon, corner of Morden Road/Kingston Road, Merton SW19 – After completion of conversion from the former Grove Tavern – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1878: GMB and Unison strike pickets, Civic Centre Forecourt, London Road, Morden, SM4 – There was a one day strike by public workers including teachers, fire fighters and council workers against the government over pay, pensions, working conditions and spending cuts Over one million workers went on strike countrywide These pickets are workers at Merton Council – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1879: Woodstock public house, 1 Stonecot Hill, Sutton SM3 – On the borders of Merton and Sutton and is used by residents of both boroughs The pub was opened in 1935 on the former Woodstock Estate In June 2014 an application was made by ASDA supermarket to take over the site and build an ASDA Express Local opinion about this seemed to be split This picture also shows the stump of the tree in the car park grounds It had to be removed as it was overhanging the main road and was a potential danger The tree was over 150 years old – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1880: Woodstock public house, 1 Stonecot Hill, Sutton SM3 – On the borders of Merton and Sutton and is used by residents of both boroughs The pub was opened in 1935 on the former Woodstock Estate In June 2014 an application was made by ASDA supermarket to take over the site and build an ASDA Express Local opinion about this seemed to be split Note the Carpet Designs van They were at one time housed in the building seen on the left of the picture – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1881: Poppies planted on the Lower Green, Mitcham, Surrey – There were two fields of poppies planted on the Lower Green in early 2014 to the lead up to the anniversary of the start of the First World War This picture shows the poppies planted on the Lower Green near to the junction of Lower Green West and London Road, Mitcham – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1882: Poppies planted on the Lower Green, Mitcham, Surrey – There were two fields of poppies planted on the Lower Green in early 2014 to the lead up to the anniversary of the start of the First World War This picture shows the poppies planted on the Lower Green near to the war memorial on Lower Green – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1883: Archaeology dig at Merton Priory, Colliers Wood, SW19 – Work involved opening up three trenches to find remains of the former cloisters to Merton Priory The cloisters were next to the Chapter House The railway that ran from Tooting to Wimbledon stopping at Merton Abbey Station passed over the remains The white chalk line and black soot line shows where the rail line was In this picture the cloister wall can clearly be seen – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1884: Archaeology dig at Merton Priory, Colliers Wood, SW19 – Work involved opening up three trenches to find remains of the former cloisters to Merton Priory The cloisters were next to the Chapter House The railway that ran from Tooting to Wimbledon stopping at Merton Abbey Station passed over the remains The white chalk line and black soot line shows where the rail line was This picture shows Dave Saxby, archaeologist from the Museum of London, working in one of the trenches – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1885: Archaeology dig at Merton Priory, Colliers Wood, SW19 – Work involved opening up three trenches to find remains of the former cloisters to Merton Priory In addition work was also being done to remove more sand and gravel from within the Chapter House The plan is to level the area to provide a place for seating to enable talks and presentations to take place within the Chapter House – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1886: London Road, Morden, SM4 – The changing face of Morden town centre The barriers have been removed from the centre of the road They were put in to prevent people crossing the road other than at the controlled crossing point – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1887: Links Avenue, Morden, Surrey – This house is built at the start of the alleyway (Links Avenue) that runs from the railway bridge to London Road (Morden South Station) It replaced an existing house that was beyond repair The property appeared on the BBC TV programme ‘Houses Under the Hammer’ in 2013 – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1888: 197 London Road, Morden, Surrey – These former offices between Morden South Station and the Post Office Sorting Office are being converted into flats They highlight the growing need for property in the London Borough of Merton The tower of the Baitul Futuh Mosque can be seen in the background – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1889: Merton Remembers 2014-2018, Morden Park, Morden, Surrey – Arranged by Merton Council this was a service to remember the events of World War One that started on the 4th August 1914 This picture shows the two narrators – Claire Walshe and Christopher Fairbank with the Regent Brass Band – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1890: Merton Remembers 2014-2018, Morden Park, Morden, Surrey – Arranged by Merton Council this was a service to remember the events of World War One that started on the 4th August 1914 Christopher Killerby who led the Colliers Wood Chorus in two songs – ‘A Salute to the Belgian Flag’ and ‘In Flanders Fields 1915’ – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1891: Merton Remembers 2014-2018, Morden Park, Morden, Surrey – Arranged by Merton Council this was a service to remember the events of World War One that started on the 4th August 1914 The poem ‘Poem 1915’ by Robert Graves was read by Guy Washington – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1892: Horse trough, Cricket Green, Mitcham, Surrey – The horse trough was moved to a new position during 2014 It is now placed behind the waste bin and sign post The horse trough is commemorating Queen Victoria’s Golden Jubilee in 1887 – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1893: Methodist Church, Cricket Green, Mitcham, Surrey – The Methodist Church was built in 1958 The architect was Edward Mills It is the second church on this site and the fourth in Mitcham – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1894: Horse trough, Merton High Street, London SW19 – The horse trough was installed by the High Path Residents Association in January 2000 The High Path Estate resulted in a large number of business premises in Merton High Street being pulled down to make way for the new housing – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1895: 2&4 Will Miles Court, Hilborough Close, London SW19 – Facing into Merton High Street this is an example of the housing that replaced the shops and other businesses that once existed in the High Street – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1896: Trellis House, Mill Road, London SW19 – Trellis House is a care home built on the site of the former works of William Morris at Merton Abbey The name ‘Trellis’ refers to one of the designs of Morris – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1897: Clothing Recycling Centre, Tandem Retail Park, Colliers Wood, SW19 – Places like the clothing recycling centre have appeared in a number of places Cash is paid for clothes which are than recycled including being sold in places like markets in Africa – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1898: Office/house in Bushey Road, London SW20 – This office/house is near to the former Nurdin and Peacock cash and carry warehouse It may have been used as extra office space or for a caretaker to the site – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1899: Bus stop and shelter, Bushey Road, London, SW20 – This bus stop and shelter are situated near to the Tesco Super Store The entrance to the car park can be seen along with Champions Timber Merchants who have been in this area for many years, certainly since the 1970s – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1900: Krispy Kreme, 197 Burlington Road, New Malden, Surrey – Krispy Kreme Doughnuts Inc started business during the Great Depression in the 1930s They opened their first UK store inside Harrods in 2003 The store at New Malden is located in the former Duke of Cambridge public house – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1901: B&Q Store, Burlington Road, New Malden, Surrey – The New Malden store of B&Q is their greenest It has a garden centre on stilts 40ft in the air, boasts Britain’s biggest building-mounted turbine and a ground source heat pump comprising 108 bore holes, each 100 metres deep It opened in 2009 – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1902: The Pavilions, Greenview Drive, London, SW20 – These apartments known as the Pavilions were built in 2011 They are built on the site of the former club house and course of Raynes Park Golf Club The club were on the site from 1893 until 1925 On their closure they moved and formed Malden Golf Club which still exists today Local street names reflect that a golf course once existed in the area – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1903: Raynes Park Vale Football Club, Grand Drive, London SW20 – A Sunday morning match taking place at the ground of Raynes Park Vale FC Teams taken part are not known Raynes Park Vale play in the Premier Division of the Combined Counties League – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1904: The Oaks, Eastway, Morden, Surrey – The original Oaks was demolished and replaced by newly built flats They provide extra care housing for the over 55s Managed by Merton Priory Housing they were built in 2013 There are 51 one and two bedroom flats with on-site care staff, non-resident management and a community alarm system The site includes a lounge, laundry, garden, shop and guest facilities The old flats had a garden that had been paid for by a former resident One of the conditions was that this was retained in the new buildings – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1905: Horse trough, bus stop and St Lawrence Church, London Road, Morden, SM4 – The horse trough originally stood at the corner of Central Road/Green Lane opposite It was a gift of Miss Juliette Reckitt in 1906 St Lawrence, Morden parish church was once the centre of Morden It changed with the introduction of the underground railway to Morden in the 1930s Buses 80, 93 and 154 stop at this bus stop on the way to Morden and beyond The slip road in front of the church was the original course of London Road before the dual carriageway was built – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1906: Iron Bridge, London Road, Morden, SM4 – Near to Morden South railway station the bridge has been painted in the livery colours of Southern Railways whose line it carries Note that the inside of the bridge has only been painted in anti-rust paint The Baitul Futuh Mosque, the largest in Western Europe, can be seen in the background This is home to members of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1907: 55 Upper Green East, Mitcham, Surrey – Originally John R Chart’s shop for the sale of corn and seed It dates from early 1800 One of the few partially weather-boarded buildings left it was acquired by Alfred Crisp & Son in 1932 for their boot and shoe repairs business They remained until 1990; it was then converted to a private home in 1991 – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1908: Donald Drewett & Sons, 49 Upper Green East, Mitcham, Surrey – The Drewett family has a long association with the Mitcham area, as property developers, politicians and funeral directors – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1909: Barclays Bank, 29-31 Upper Green East, Mitcham, Surrey – Built in the early 1970s it replaced at that time one of the oldest buildings in Mitcham used by P Gutteridge & Sons, seed merchants It was pulled down in April 1969 to make way for the Barclays Bank building – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1910: Mitcham Fair Green Parade, junction of London Road and Upper Green East, Mitcham, Surrey – – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1911: Fair Green, Mitcham, Surrey – This shows the area where a memorial shelter once stood The shelter was built by the Drewett family in the memory of those members of the family who had lost they lives during World War I Sadly persistent vandalism led to the removal of the memorial during the 1990s – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1912: Fair Green, Mitcham, Surrey – During 2015 the Fair Green is to be redeveloped This picture shows some of the work that is being undertaken The cafe building that has stood for over 100 years still remains and is still open – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1913: Fair Green, Mitcham, Surrey – During 2015 the Fair Green is to be redeveloped This picture shows some of the work that is being undertaken The two public houses – The White Lion of Mortimer and the Kings Arms can be seen in the background One of the plans for the Fair Green is to allow buses to run across the centre of the Green following this footpath This was the original course of London Road before a previous redevelopment – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1914: Lower Green West and London Road, Mitcham, Surrey – This picture shows the Lower Green, Mitcham The road that runs round it is the Lower Green West (right of the picture) The low level building in the middle of the picture is the home of The Wandle Industrial Museum The larger building is the Vestry Hall Currently the home of a number of volunteer organisations, it was once Mitcham Town Hall In the background next to the Vestry Hall is the now closed Cricketers public house and furthest away is a former branch of Barclays Bank which is now used for meetings by community groups – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1915: The Cumberland Care Home and Merton Dementia Hub, 67 Whitford Gardens, Mitcham, Surrey – Built on the site of the Cumberland Hospital, Mitcham; the walls to the entrance are the only part of the hospital that remains – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1916: Merton Dementia Hub, 67 Whitford Gardens, Mitcham, Surrey – Built within the grounds of the old Cumberland Hospital, Merton’s new Dementia Hub in Mitcham was officially opened by special guest Angela Rippon OBE and Mayor of Merton, Councillor Agatha Akyigyina on 18 June 2014 The hub shares the site with the Cumberland Care Home – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1917: Morden Road tram stop, Morden Road, Morden, SM4 – A station or stop, as it is now known, has existed on the site since the West Croydon to Wimbledon Line was opened on 22 October 1855 The station opened on the same day, originally being named Morden It was renamed three times: to Morden Halt in 1910; to Morden Road Halt on 2 July 1951, and finally to Morden Road on 5 May 1969The last train ran on 31 May 1997 when the line was closed Shortly after closure the original platform was demolished and the two-platform Morden Road tram stop of the Tramlink system was built on the site Trams use what is known as Route 3 of the South London Tram Map Trams on this route run from New Addington to Wimbledon – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1918: Morden Hall Medical Centre, Morden Road, Morden, SM4 – This building was at one time the home to Morden Library The library moved from Kingston Road to this site in the 1960s It closed as a library in 1990 when a new library and extension was added to the Civic Centre in London Road, Morden – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1919: Co-Op Store, 300 Grand Drive, London SW20 – The store opened in 1939 as the RAC (Royal Arsenal Co-Operative Society) shop The area around Grand Drive had been developed during the 1930s and this store would have taken advantage of the opportunity for new customers In 1985 RACS avoided collapse by ‘transferring its engagements’ to the national Co-operative Wholesale Society Many of the former RACS supermarkets and funeral homes remain as Co-op outlets – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1920: King George’s Playing Fields, Tudor Drive, Morden, SM4 – This new gate was added to the park during 2013 – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1921: Tudor News, 27 Tudor Drive, Morden, SM4 – In 1944 this shop belonged to Baird and Bullard and was then No 8 Tudor Drive It sits on the corner with Dudley Drive – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1922: Baitul Futuh Mosque, London Road, Morden, SM4 – The mosque is the largest in Western Europe and is home to members of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community It continues to be expanded and this picture shows the extension to the mosque on the right of the picture – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1923: Kay Optical, 89B London Road, Morden, Surrey – Kay Optical was launched in 1962 as a business for repairing and servicing binoculars of pre-war 1950s vintage The premises, on the first floor of 89 London Road, are their Head Office – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1924: Merton & Sutton Joint Cemetery, Garth Road, Morden, SM4 – Built on what was once Morden Common The land was brought by the local council in 1926 for the then Merton, Morden and Carshalton Cemetery It opened in 1946 In addition to the cemetery, land was also used for the Garth Road Refuse Disposal Depot This picture shows a view from the far side of the cemetery between the refuse centre and Green Lane stables looking towards Garth Road and Morden Park – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1925: Merton & Sutton Joint Cemetery, Garth Road, Morden, SM4 – Built on what was once Morden Common The land was brought by the local council in 1926 for the then Merton, Morden and Carshalton Cemetery It opened in 1946 In addition to the cemetery land was also used for the Garth Road Refuse Disposal Depot This picture shows the graveyard and chapel The cemetery caters for different religions with a number of different areas available – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1926: Merton & Sutton Joint Cemetery, Garth Road, Morden, SM4 – Built on what was once Morden Common The land was brought by the local council in 1926 for the then Merton, Morden and Carshalton Cemetery It opened in 1946 In addition to the cemetery land was also used for the Garth Road Refuse Disposal Depot This is a picture of the chapel Suitable for all faiths and beliefs it has capacity for 96 seating and 50 standing – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1927: The Deputy Mayor of Merton (2014/15), Councillor Laxmi Attawar, Merton Civic Centre, London Road, Morden, SM4 – This picture was taken at a reception held by the Mayor for volunteers across the London Borough of Merton Councillor Attawar represents the Labour Party in the Colliers Wood Ward – Michael Leonard

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1928: Volunteer Reception, Merton Civic Centre, London Road, Morden, SM4 – The Mayor held a reception for the borough’s volunteers The Mayor is Councillor Agatha Akyigyina who represents the Labour Party in the Figge’s Marsh Ward – Michael Leonard

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1929: Volunteer Reception, Merton Civic Centre, London Road, Morden, SM4 – The Mayor held a reception for the borough’s volunteers The Mayor is Councillor Agatha Akyigyina who represents the Labour Party in the Figge’s Marsh Ward She is seen here with Merton’s Young Volunteers along with the Deputy Mayor Councillor Laxmi Attawar, who represents Colliers Wood Ward and the Labour Party, and Khadiru Mahdi, chief executive of the Merton Voluntary Service Council – Michael Leonard

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1930: The Mayor of Merton (2014/15), Councillor Agatha Akyigyina, Merton Civic Centre, London Road, Morden, SM4 – Councillor Akyigyina represents the Figge’s Marsh Ward and the Labour Party She is pictured at her desk in Merton Civic Centre – Michael Leonard

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1931: Sainsbury’s Local, Central Road, Morden, SM4 – This Sainsbury’s store is located in the former Morden Tavern The rest of the site of the tavern has been developed into flats – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1932: Tyndale House, Dorset Road, Merton Park, SW19 – This picture shows the house being used by the Trinitarian Bible Society The banner in front is showing a change of use to the opening of the Park Community School in September 2015 The school at the time of the picture occupies the former Salvation Army building in Crown Lane, Morden Tyndale House was built in 1938 as a Territorial Army Hall It was later occupied by the Post Office/BT plc as their engineers’ Installation Office for the Wimbledon and surrounding area It also had a very successful social club during this period – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1933: Morden Hall Park, Morden, SM4 – This picture shows one of the many cuts that were made from the River Wandle as it flowed through Morden Hall Park This one runs parallel to Morden Road towards the rear of Sadler’s and Rose Cottages from the entrance to Morden Cottage, the stable block and snuff mills The structure seen in brick is no more than an archway – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1934: Mill Office and Mill Stones (Edge Runners), Morden Hall Park, Morden, SM4 – Standing next to the Mill Cottage the building was used by the National Trust as a book shop Selling and dealing in second hand books the shop was manned by volunteers Since 2014 it has been home to the office of the Living Wandle Project The millstones were used in one of the local mills They were used to produce snuff, grinding the tobacco to a fine powder – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1935: National Trust Book Shop, Stable Block, Morden Hall Park, Morden, SM4 – The book shop was originally housed in the old Mill Office It moved to its new larger home when the Stable Block was redeveloped in 2013 Selling and dealing in second hand books the shop is manned by volunteers – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1936: RH Accident Claim Services Ltd and Dream Events Ltd, corner of Kenley Road and Morden Road, Morden, SM4 – This building has also been a betting shop, as an independent and then as part of the Paddy Power Group, an amusement arcade and then the two businesses shown – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1937: Robin & Days, Peugeot Dealers, Morden Road, Morden, SM4 – The car dealers occupy the former site of Morden Hall Farm The farm buildings existed until demolished in 1930 The main farm site was subsequently redeveloped to house a Mann Egerton garage and car dealership The building had an Art Deco tower which acted as a landmark for the area – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1938: London Road, Morden, SM4 – Shows shops and businesses near to the junction of Kenley Road The roundabout joins Morden Road and London Road Note the Morden sign post in the centre of the roundabout The shops named Timmy and Samm’s occupy the former Woolworths Store – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1939: Morden Underground Station and Bus Terminal, London Road, Morden, SM4 – Where the shops now stand on the right of the picture was once occupied by two houses ‘Sunnyside’ and ‘Heathfield’ The station and bus terminal is a very busy junction for people starting their journeys into London or home The classic Deco Style architecture of the station was designed by Charles Holden with the intention of enabling upward development, which occurred in 1960s when the office building was added – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1940: Park Community School, Crown Lane, Morden, SM4 – The school is a State-Funded Primary School and is part of Chapel Street Community Schools Trust which has created over 50 new schools This picture shows them in the former Salvation Army building They plan is to move into Tyndale House in Dorset Road in September 2015 – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1941: Mitcham Fire Station, London Road, Mitcham, Surrey – This fire station replaces the one on the Lower Green East It was due to open in February 2015 It is built on the site of the former Surrey/Mitcham Brewery and Funnell’s removal company – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1942: 143-151 Cannon Hill Lane, London SW20 – The shops shown are the Merton Park Dental Practice, Kings Security, Tattoo Studio 149 and the Mini Market – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1943: Main entrance, The Oaks, Eastway, Morden, SM4 – The original Oaks was demolished and replaced by newly built flats They provide extra care housing for the over 55s Managed by Merton Priory Housing they were built in 2013 There are 51 one and two bedroom flats with on-site care staff, non-resident management and a community alarm system The site includes a lounge, laundry, garden, shop and guest facilities – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1944: The Oaks, Eastway, Morden, SM4 – The original Oaks was demolished and replaced by newly built flats They provide extra care housing for the over 55s Managed by Merton Priory Housing they were built in 2013 There are 51 one and two bedroom flats with on-site care staff, non-resident management and a community alarm system The site includes a lounge, laundry, garden, shop and guest facilities – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1945: Rear of The Oaks, Eastway, Morden, SM4 – The original Oaks was demolished and replaced by newly built flats They provide extra care housing for the over 55s Managed by Merton Priory Housing they were built in 2013 There are 51 one and two bedroom flats with on-site care staff, non-resident management and a community alarm system The site includes a lounge, laundry, garden, shop and guest facilities – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1946: Eastway Day Centre, 44 Eastway, Morden, Surrey – The day centre is run by Merton Council It opened five days a week Monday to Friday (9-3:30pm) It offers a range of services, while providing respite for carers While The Oaks next door to the centre have been updated the day centre is unchanged since it was opened in the 1960s – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1947: Cannon Hill Common Lake and waterside footpath, Cannon Hill Lane, London SW20 – The common was opened in April 1927 This is the north end of the lake where there was once a children’s paddling pool The lake and common are looked after by Merton Council and the Friends of Cannon Hill Common – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1948: Cannon Hill Common Lake, Cannon Hill Lane, London SW20 – The common was opened in April 1927 The lake is well known for its fishing The UK record for the largest tench was held at one time by a fish taken from this lake The lake and common are looked after by Merton Council and the Friends of Cannon Hill Common – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1949: Cannon Hill Common Lake and parapet, Cannon Hill Lane, London SW20 – The common was opened in April 1927 This is a view showing the parapet that separates the lake from the pavement and road The parapet could be original The lake and common are looked after by Merton Council and the Friends of Cannon Hill Common – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1950: Derick Ray, Powerhouse Electrical Suppliers and Contractors, 22 London Road, Morden, SM4 – Derick Ray had been running the shop since 1983 His last day of trading was 5th June 2015 The lease had come to the end He had previously renewed it twice The increase of the sale of electrical goods online had affected his business and he had decided to close – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1951: Powerhouse Electrical Suppliers and Contractors, 22 London Road, Morden, SM4 – Derick Ray (this is the correct spelling) had been running the shop since 1983 His last day of trading was 5th June 2015 The lease had come to the end He had previously renewed it twice The increase of the sale of electrical goods online had affected his business and as a result he had decided to close – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1952: Morden Hall Country Show, Morden Hall Park, Morden, Surrey – A demonstration of fly fishing This took part in the main arena and was one of a number of displays during the three days of the show – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1953: Morden Hall Country Show, Morden Hall Park, Morden, Surrey – A demonstration of riding skills This took part in the main arena and was one of a number of displays during the three days of the show – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1954: Merton Abbey Mills, Colliers Wood, SW19 – His Worship, the Mayor of Merton, Councillor David Chung is cutting the cake at the 26th birthday celebration of the opening of Merton Abbey Mills The cake was distributed amongst the children who attended John Hawks, the Merton Abbey Mills site manager, is pictured on the left – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1955: Jeremiah Bus, Merton Civic Centre, London Road, Morden, SM4 – The bus was parked for one day outside the Merton Civic Centre The Jeremiah Project is an initiative of the Church in Mitcham to work in practical ways to benefit the whole community It aims to offer free, quality, compassionate and focused support in particular areas such as budgeting and parenting support This day it was focusing on fostering – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1956: Merton Mayor, Councillor David Chung, with his carer Jake Wells, Wandle Industrial Museum, London Road, Mitcham, Surrey – The mayor is pictured at the opening of the 2015 exhibition at the Wandle Industrial Museum, Mitcham He is in a wheelchair and has difficulty using his right hand Jake Wells was employed as his carer for Councillor Chung’s mayoral period Jake had previously cared for his grandmother – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1957: Morden Fun Day, Morden Park, Morden, SM4 – Friends of St Helier volunteers Everything is packed up after a long day and the group take a break – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1958: Morden Fun Day, Morden Park, Morden, SM4 – The Doughnut Company, one of several food outlets at the event – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1959: Morden Fun Day, Morden Park, Morden, SM4 – A group from The International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON), known colloquially as the Hare Krishna movement or Hare Krishnas, perform at the Fun Day ISKCON is a Gaudiya Vaishnava religious organisation – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1960: Morden Fun Day, Morden Park, Morden, SM4 – Children’s sack race One of a number that took place – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1961: Community on the Green Event, Cricket Green, Mitcham, Surrey – Arranged by the Mitcham Cricket Green Community & Heritage Group This was the second time the event had taken place Pictured here is Tony Burton from the group with official certificate awarded to the Mitcham Cricket Green pavilion showing that it is an Asset of Community Value This was the first award of this type in Merton Along with its presence on the local list, the status further emphasises the importance of the pavilion to local people – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1962: Community on the Green Event, Cricket Green, Mitcham, Surrey – Arranged by the Mitcham Cricket Green Community & Heritage Group This was the second time the event had taken place Seen here is the Mayor of Merton Cllr David Chung (centre), who opened the event, with members of the MCGCH group and members of the public – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1963: The Tales of Peter Rabbit and Benjamin Bunny, Morden Hall Park, Morden, SM4 – Showing an expectant crowd The play was presented by the Quantum Theatre who are based in Plumstead, London The National Trust who operate Morden Hall Park arrange a number of events of this type throughout the year – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1964: The Tales of Peter Rabbit and Benjamin Bunny, Morden Hall Park, Morden, SM4 – The play was presented by the Quantum Theatre who are based in Plumstead, London The National Trust who operate Morden Hall Park arrange a number of events of this type throughout the year – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1965: Merton Park Primary School, Church Lane, Merton Park SW19 – South entrance facing Erridge Road – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1966: The Glebe Field, just south of Church Path, Merton Park, SW19 – Looking east towards St Mary’s Church (behind trees) – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1967: 15-? Church Path, Merton Park, SW19 – Looking west with 18th/early 19th century cottages – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1968: Signpost, John Innes Park, Melrose Road, Merton Park SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1969: Fountain and pond, John Innes Park, Melrose Road, Merton Park SW19 – Family picnic group in background – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1970: Family picnic at the bandstand, John Innes Park, Melrose Road, Merton Park SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1971: Playing Fields off Bushey Road, Raynes Park, SW20 – Looking east towards David Lloyd Centre – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1972: Playing field changing rooms at southern edge of playing fields off Bushey Road, Raynes Park, SW20 – Close to edge of Cannon Hill Common – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1973: Easiglass promotional car in car park by Morden Cricket Club, Lower Morden Lane, Morden SM4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1974: Disused sports changing/storage facilities, prior to demolition at car park by Morden Cricket Club, Lower Morden Lane, Morden SM4 – Used by Merton Historical Society for storage until June 2015 – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1975: Pavilion, Morden Cricket Club, Lower Morden Lane, Morden SM4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1976: Junior cricket match, Morden Cricket Club, Lower Morden Lane, Morden SM4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1977: Car parking in Morden Park, and swimming baths at rear, off London Road, Morden SM4 – Unusual overflow parking for end of Ramadan event organized by the Baitul Futuh Mosque, London Road – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1978: Site of the Woodstock public house, corner of Sutton Common Road and Stonecot Hill, North Cheam SM4 – Pub demolished Summer 2015 Site to be an ASDA store Contractor GMI Construction Group plc – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1979: 170 Glastonbury Road, St Helier, SM4 – Railway bridge over Forest Road on left, at end of Love Lane – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1980: Central grassland between two sides of Love Lane, St Helier, SM4 – Looking north The grassland is on the boundary between London Boroughs of Merton (left) and Sutton (right) – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1981: Central avenue of trees, Green Lane, St Helier, SM4 – Looking north west from near junction with Love Lane The path forms the original route of the old Green Lane – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1982: Four shops/offices under redevelopment, 196-202 Martin Way, Morden SM4 – Project by Project 55 London building contractors To become a Sainsbury’s local store – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1983: Meretune Court, Martin Way, Morden SM4 – Apartment block, corner of Westcroft Gardens Postwar, pre-1960 construction – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1984: House on corner of Westcroft Gardens and Martin Way, Morden SM4 – With unusual total full height rectangular loft conversion – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1985: The Endeavour Club, Kenneth Black House, Martin Way, Morden SM4 – A Youth Club, established in 1951 On the corner of Ashridge Way – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1986: Whatley Avenue Adult Education Centre, Whatley Avenue, Wimbledon Chase SW20 – View from Whatley Avenue The Centre’s future is under review by Merton Council – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1987: Whatley Avenue Adult Education Centre, Whatley Avenue, Wimbledon Chase SW20 – View from the rear, looking towards Whatley Avenue The Centre’s future is under review by Merton Council – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1988: Joseph Hood Primary School, Whatley Avenue, Wimbledon Chase SW20 – Behind Whatley Avenue Adult Education Centre The new wing, opened in February 2013 – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1989: Avenue Childrens Centre, Joseph Hood Primary School, Whatley Avenue, Wimbledon Chase SW20 – On left of path from Whatley Avenue to Joseph Hood School – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1990: 43-47 Whatley Avenue, Wimbledon Chase SW20 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1991: Railway bridge over Whatley Avenue, Wimbledon Chase SW20 – From junction of road with Cannon Hill Lane – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1992: Railway bridge over Cannon Hill Lane, Wimbledon Chase SW20 – Looking south from junction of road with Whatley Avenue – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1993: Rutlish School, Watery Lane, Merton Park SW20 – From entrance on Cannon Hill Lane to John Innes playing field – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1994: St John Fisher Roman Catholic Primary School, Grand Drive, Raynes Park SW20 – Southern and central section (from left) – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1995: St John Fisher Roman Catholic Primary School, Grand Drive, Raynes Park SW20 – Central and northern section (from left) – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1996: Morden Park Baptist Church, Lower Morden Lane, Lower Morden SM4 – Opened in 1960 New building dating from 1991 – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1997: 192-194 Lower Morden Lane, Lower Morden SM4 – Built 1889 by John Innes Originally known as Beverley Cottages – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1998: 192-194 Lower Morden Lane, Lower Morden SM4 – Built 1889 by John Innes Originally known as Beverley Cottages Showing the Morden Brook public house, left (originally the Beverley, taking its name from the cottages) – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/1999: Morden Assembly Hall, Tudor Drive, Lower Morden, SM4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2000: Ravensbury Court, 30 Bishopsford Road, Morden SM4 – Johnstone’s Decorating Centre occupy the ground floor, with apartments above – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2001: Tooting & Mitcham Football Club, Imperial Fields, Bishopsford Road, Morden SM4 – Incorporating the Football Stadium (also known as the KNK stadium), and community sports and other facilities (the Hub) Built 2002, allowing the football team to transfer from their ground in Sandy Lane, Mitcham, which was redeveloped for housing – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2002: Tooting & Mitcham Football Stadium, western end terrace with central shelter, Imperial Fields, Bishopsford Road, Morden SM4 – Built 2002 The stadium accommodates 600 seated and 2,400 standing The team play in the Isthmian league – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2003: Tooting & Mitcham Football Stadium, main stand, northern side, Imperial Fields, Bishopsford Road, Morden SM4 Built 2002 The stadium accommodates 600 seated and 2,400 standing The team play in the Isthmian league – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2004: BP Wandle Service Station, Bishopsford Road, Morden SM4 – Formerly Murco Just south of the River Wandle, west bank – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2005: Fishermans Cottage (previously Mill Cottage), 475 London Road, Mitcham, CR4 – The cottage was built shortly after 1851 Photograph taken from across the River Wandle, in the Watermeads National Trust nature reserve, which opened to the public in May 2015, having been closed for 100 years National Trust founder Octavia Hill and her sister Miranda personally started the appeal to save Watermeads – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2006: Fishermans Cottage (right) and Grove Mill apartments (left), London Road, Mitcham, CR4 – The old Grove Mill was converted into apartments in 2006 Fishermans Cottage dates from shortly after 1851 Looking across the River Wandle from the Watermeads National Trust nature reserve, which opened to the public in May 2015, having been closed for 100 years National Trust founder Octavia Hill and her sister Miranda personally started the appeal to save Watermeads – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2007: Two of the Mill Cottages, 477-479 London Road, Mitcham CR4 – These cottages date from about 1750 They adjoin to the east (upstream) Fisheries Cottage on the River Wandle, north bank Looking downstream from Watermeads National Trust nature reserve, which opened to the public in May 2015 having been closed for 100 years National Trust founder Octavia Hill and her sister Miranda personally started the appeal to save Watermeads – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2008: Sluice on the River Wandle, upstream from Mitcham Bridge, London Road, CR4 – In the Watermeads National Trust nature reserve, which opened to the public in May 2015, having been closed for 100 years National Trust founder Octavia Hill and her sister Miranda personally started the appeal to save Watermeads – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2009: River Wandle and overhanging trees, upstream of sluice – In the Watermeads National Trust nature reserve, which opened to the public in May 2015, having been closed for 100 years National Trust founder Octavia Hill and her sister Miranda personally started the appeal to save Watermeads – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2010: KNK Building Services Ltd, Foundation House, 10 Morden Road, Mitcham CR4 – Part of the KNK Group, sponsors of the Tooting & Mitcham Football Club Stadium in nearby Bishopsford Road – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2011: Brunch Bar café and Ravensbury Park Medical Centre, Morden Gardens, Morden Road, Mitcham CR4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2012: Plastico Ltd, Plastico House, 100 Morden Road, Mitcham CR4 – A leading manufacturer of disposable catering products in plastic and other materials – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2013: Disused entrance lodge, Morden Hall Park, Morden SM4 – Building surrounded by overgrown vegetation, just inside entrance to Park on Morden Road – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2014: River Wandle, Morden Hall Park, Morden, SM4 – In the part of the Park near the junction of Morden Road and Morden Hall Road – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2015: Rose garden, Morden Hall Park, Morden, SW4 – The rose garden was planted in about 1920 by Gilliat Edward Hatfeild, who gave the Park to the National Trust in 1941 Work is being undertaken to restore further the original appearance of the garden – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2016: 34, Morden Road, Merton SW19 – One of a terrace of houses, Nos 34-40, that are threatened with replacement by an apartment block and other buildings Outline planning permission for the change was refused earlier in 2015 – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2017: 30, Morden Road, Merton SW19 – Block of apartments, on the site of the Nag’s Head public house, which was demolished in 2001 – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2018: Gilbert Close, Morden Road, Merton SW19 – On eastern side of Morden Road, just south of South Wimbledon Underground Station Part of the High Path estate, built in about 1957 – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2019: Nelson Gardens, High Path, Merton SW19 – Showing circular garden feature with raised beds, and church of St John the Divine behind – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2020: Priory Close, High Path, Merton SW19 – On northern side of High Path, near the corner with Morden Road Part of the High Path estate, built in about 1957 – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2021: Colborne Court, 139 High Path, Merton SW19 – Apartments, built in 2006, situated to the rear of the Church of St John the Divine – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2022: The southern side of St John the Divine, High Path, Merton SW19 – Showing entrance to the vicarage on left – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2023: St John’s Church Hall, High Path, Merton SW19 – It was called St John’s Parish Hall Open for hire Used by Earlsfield Table Tennis Club – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2024: Merton Abbey Primary School, High Path, Merton SW19 – New building completed Summer 2015 by contractors Mansell plc, allowing a doubling of intake of new pupils to two forms at the start of term, September 2015 – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2025: Merton Abbey Primary School, High Path, Merton SW19 – New building completed Summer 2015 by contractors Mansell plc, allowing a doubling of intake of new pupils to two forms at the start of term, September 2015 This is the side view, looking west – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2026: Spur House, 14 Morden Road, and Barclays Bank plc (left), 16-20 Morden Road, Merton SW19 – Contract by WN Developments Ltd to convert an existing six-storey block of flats to a 9-storey block of luxury apartments Planning permission was given at national level on appeal – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2027: Part of old wall at site of Merton Priory, now Sainsbury’s Merton branch – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2028: Part of old wall at site of Merton Priory, now Sainsbury’s Merton branch – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2029: Part of old wall at site of Merton Priory, now Sainsbury’s Merton branch – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2030: Wandle Bank, Merton SW19 – New houses at the southern end of the road Photograph taken from Wandle Bridge – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2031: The Lyon tower (Black Tower), Colliers Wood High Street, SW19 – Showing recently built structure on north-eastern side, as part of the major project to refurbish the tower and build apartments and commercial buildings around it – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2032: Front wall, Christchurch, Christchurch Road, Colliers Wood, SW19 – On completion of new capping and re-pointing of brickwork by Triton contractors – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2033: Revd Kate Tuckett, curate at Christchurch, Colliers Wood, SW19 – She is taking church services following the departure of the vicar – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2034: North window, Christchurch, Colliers Wood, SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2035: Tamworth House Medical Centre, 341 Tamworth Lane, Mitcham, CR4 – On the site of the Horse and Groom public house, demolished in the late 1990s – Keith Penny

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2036: Veronica Gardens, Mitcham, SW16 – The site of what was Ebenezer Walk – Keith Penny

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2037: Greyhound Terrace, Mitcham, SW16 – Looking west, south side of road The north side of the road is over the border in Streatham (Borough of Lambeth) – Keith Penny

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2038: Housing, western side of Church Road, Mitcham, CR4 – New development following demolition in 1960s-70s of old terrace housing and road widening – Keith Penny

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2039: Premises previously Kwikfit tyres, 360-364 London Road, Mitcham CR4 – Kwikfit’s lease expired in 2011 The site is now for sale, with planning permission for construction of commercial premises and housing – Keith Penny

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2040: JobCentre Plus, Boundary House, 316-321 London Road, Mitcham CR4 – Just south of Mitcham Cricket Green, next to the Burn Bullock public house – Keith Penny

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2041: Car park and historic rear section of Burn Bullock public house, Mitcham Cricket Green, Mitcham CR4 – The pub was closed in 2009, and the authorities have taken action against an illegal car sales business in the car park, and squatters in the pub – Keith Penny

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2042: Justin Plaza, 341 London Road, Mitcham CR4 – A block of apartments under construction, replacing previous office block with shops on the ground floor, and a few flats above To the south of Mitcham Cricket Green – Keith Penny

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2043: Shopping parade, 343-351 London Road, Mitcham, CR4 – – Keith Penny

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2044: Mitcham Tyres & Wheels, 472 London Road, Mitcham, CR4 – Opposite Mitcham Tramlink stop – Keith Penny

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2045: London Road Playing Fields, Mitcham, CR4 – Near the entrance from London Road – Keith Penny

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2046: London Road Playing Fields, Mitcham, CR4 – The play area – Keith Penny

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2047: Casuarina Tree Restaurant and Bar, 407 London Road, Mitcham CR4 – An oriental style restaurant and bar Formerly (before about 2010) the Crown Inn The exterior bears the current and previous names, and the name ‘Shisha Garden’ – Keith Penny

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2048: Mitcham Fire Station under construction, London Road, Mitcham CR4 – Eastern side of the road, just south of junction with Morden Road – Keith Penny

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2049: The Meadows new housing estate, Commonside East, Mitcham CR4 – Viewed from Mitcham Common – Keith Penny

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2050: New housing development (background) on Rowan School site, Rowan Road, Mitcham, CR4 – In the foreground was site of the Scout Hut in Kingsmead Avenue, replaced by scout hall accommodation in the new development – Keith Penny

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2051: Clock Tower, Fair Green, Mitcham CR4 – The building at the rear, which includes FitSpace Gym, occupies the site where once stood the Majestic Cinema, closed in 1961 – Keith Penny

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2052: Paddy Power (Bookmakers), 3 Upper Green West, Mitcham CR4 – Formerly Lloyd’s Bank at this location – Keith Penny

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2053: Site of McDonalds burger bar, 1 Majestic Way, Mitcham CR4 – McDonalds closed in September 2012, when its lease expired – Keith Penny

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2054: Westmorland Way, Pollards Hill, Mitcham CR4 – The location of a large multi-storey block of flats (Council housing), Westmorland Square, built c1950 – Keith Penny

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2055: Chestnut Grove, Pollards Hill, Mitcham CR4 – The site of the Pollard Oak public house, established as a pre-fab in 1948, then rebuilt in 1959, later the Oak and Acorn, demolished c2001 – Keith Penny

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2056: St Michael’s Catholic Church exterior (front), Fern Avenue, Chestnut Grove, Pollards Hill, Mitcham CR4 – The church was restored in 2013 – Keith Penny

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2057: St Michael’s Catholic Church exterior (rear), Fern Avenue, Chestnut Grove, Pollards Hill, Mitcham CR4 – The church was restored in 2013 – Keith Penny

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2058: St Michael’s Catholic Church interior, Fern Avenue, Chestnut Grove, Pollards Hill, Mitcham CR4 – The church was restored in 2013 – Keith Penny

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2059: St Michael’s Catholic Church interior, Fern Avenue, Chestnut Grove, Pollards Hill, Mitcham CR4 – The church was restored in 2013 – Keith Penny

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2060: St Michael’s Catholic Church – St Michael statue, Fern Avenue, Chestnut Grove, Pollards Hill, Mitcham CR4 – The church was restored in 2013 – Keith Penny

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2061: 2-4 St George’s Road, Mitcham, CR4 – – Keith Penny

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2062: Brenley Park housing estate, Cedars Avenue, Mitcham CR4 – New housing, a joint venture of Notting Hill Housing and Wilmott Dixon, on former playing fields Rear of estate, bordering Jesmond Close – Keith Penny

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2063: Brenley Park housing estate, Cedars Avenue, Mitcham CR4 – New housing, a joint venture of Notting Hill Housing and Wilmott Dixon, on former playing fields From inside the estate, showing central green area – Keith Penny

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2064: Entrance to Brenley Park housing estate, Cedars Avenue, Mitcham CR4 – New housing, a joint venture of Notting Hill Housing and Wilmott Dixon, on former playing fields – Keith Penny

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2065: Age UK Merton offices, 277 London Road, Mitcham, CR4 – – Keith Penny

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2066: Donnelly Green open space, South Lodge Avenue, Pollards Hill, Mitcham CR4 – This open space has a play area, outdoor gym and table tennis – Keith Penny

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2067: 32 Lilian Road (Myrtle Cottage), Mitcham, CR4 – – Keith Penny

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2068: Monumental mason’s yard of Alfred Smith Company, Rowan Road, Mitcham SW16 – Funeral directors Albert Smith are based at 15 Rowan Road – Keith Penny

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2069: Benedict Primary School, Church Road, Mitcham, CR4 – Once a Lower Mitcham Board School Now part of the Chapel Street family of schools – Keith Penny

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2070: Cottages, Miles Road, Mitcham, CR4 – – Keith Penny

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2071: Ground floor alcove, interior of 120 Kingston Road, Merton, SW19 (‘Manor House’) – A Grade II listed building, with late 17th century interior and later red brick exterior During conversion from Commercial Offices status to its original residential dwelling use Conversion managed by 33 Design and Build Ltd on behalf of the owners – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2072: First floor decorative wall covering, interior of 120 Kingston Road, Merton, SW19 (‘Manor House’) – A Grade II listed building, with late 17th century interior and later red brick exterior During conversion from Commercial Offices status to its original residential dwelling use Conversion managed by 33 Design and Build Ltd on behalf of the owners – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2073: First floor decorative wall covering, interior of 120 Kingston Road, Merton, SW19 (‘Manor House’) – A Grade II listed building, with late 17th century interior and later red brick exterior During conversion from Commercial Offices status to its original residential dwelling use Conversion managed by 33 Design and Build Ltd on behalf of the owners – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2074: Fireplace, ground floor, believed to be 18th century; interior of 120 Kingston Road, Merton, SW19 (‘Manor House’) – A Grade II listed building, with late 17th century interior and later red brick exterior During conversion from Commercial Offices status to its original residential dwelling use Conversion managed by 33 Design and Build Ltd on behalf of the owners – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2075: Original 17th century timber, on first floor Interior of 120 Kingston Road, Merton, SW19 (‘Manor House’) – A Grade II listed building, with late 17th century interior and later red brick exterior During conversion from Commercial Offices status to its original residential dwelling use Conversion managed by 33 Design and Build Ltd on behalf of the owners – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2076: Exposed timbers in first floor wall, interior of 120 Kingston Road, Merton, SW19 (‘Manor House’) – A Grade II listed building, with late 17th century interior and later red brick exterior During conversion from Commercial Offices status to its original residential dwelling use Conversion managed by 33 Design and Build Ltd on behalf of the owners – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2077: Second floor ogee window incorporated into the brick exterior, probably 18th century 120 Kingston Road, Merton, SW19 (‘Manor House’) – A Grade II listed building, with late 17th century interior and later red brick exterior During conversion from Commercial Offices status to its original residential dwelling use Conversion managed by 33 Design and Build Ltd on behalf of the owners – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2078: Chimney at eastern end, probably 19th century 120 Kingston Road, Merton, SW19 (‘Manor House’) – A Grade II listed building, with late 17th century interior and later red brick exterior During conversion from Commercial Offices status to its original residential dwelling use Conversion managed by 33 Design and Build Ltd on behalf of the owners – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2079: St John Ambulance Centre , 122-124 Kingston Road, Merton SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2080: New apartment block of 24 units, at corner of Palmerston Road and Kingston Road, Merton SW19 – Replacing Wimbledon School of Art building – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2081: 8 Dorset Road, Merton Park, SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2082: 24 Dorset Road, Merton Park, SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2083: 30 Dorset Road, Merton Park, SW19 – House conversion in progress – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2084: 30 Dorset Road, Merton Park, SW19 – House conversion in progress – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2085: Holly hedge incorporating decorative holly trees – Dorset Road, Merton Park, SW19, alongside garden of No 1 Melrose Road – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2086: Old Rutlishians Association Club House and offices, Poplar Road, Merton Park, SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2087: Newly-clad industrial/service building, Kenley Road, Merton Park SW19 – Adjoining car park at entrance to Sainsburys – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2088: Park Community School, Tyndale House, 200 Dorset Road, Merton Park, SW19 – The school is a State-Funded Primary School and is part of Chapel Street Community Schools Trust which has created over 50 new schools They moved to Tyndale in September 2015 The building was previously Trinitarian Bible Society – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2089: Park Community School, Tyndale House, 200 Dorset Road, Merton Park, SW19 – At corner of Morden Road The school is a State-Funded Primary School and is part of Chapel Street Community Schools Trust which has created over 50 new schools They moved to Tyndale in September 2015 The building was previously Trinitarian Bible Society – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2090: Large fairground transporter, parked in Morden Road at bridge over Tramlink, Merton, SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2091: Barclays Bank, 16-20 Morden Road, Merton SW19, foreground, with Spur House, 14 Morden Road, newly built apartments, on right – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2092: Archway, Gilbert Close, Morden Road, Merton SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2093: Building site on Colliers Wood High Street between Colliers Wood tube station and Cavendish Road, Colliers Wood, SW19 – Replacing Shops and offices, including Colliers Wood Library Looking south-west, Black Tower on right – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2094: Building site on Colliers Wood High Street between Colliers Wood tube station and Cavendish Road, Colliers Wood, SW19 – Replacing Shops and offices Looking west, Black Tower in background – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2095: The Lodge, Wandle Park, off South Road, Colliers Wood, SW19 – A former Lodge building to Wandlebank House Locally listed, the Lodge dates from the late 18th Century – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2096: The River Wandle, Colliers Wood SW19 – From footbridge between Wandle Bank and Wandle Park, looking south – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2097: Former 18th Century industrial Connolly’s mill building, Wandle Bank, Colliers Wood, SW19 – Converted to residential use during the 1990s Over the River Wandle – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2098: 19th century stone drinking fountain, Wandle Park, Colliers Wood, SW19 – Close to footbridge linking the Park to Wandle Bank Erected in memory of Robert Bloomfield Fenwick (1835-1897), an artist who had lived at Wandlebank House from 1867 to1895 and who was instrumental in the founding and building of the nearby All Saints Parish Church The fountain also commemorates Harry Pollard Asby (1809-1892) – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2099: Former public house, 62 Colliers Wood High Street, SW19 being converted to residential and retail use – Was Provenance, closed 2014, then before Prince, GJ’s and originally Red Lion – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2100: 120 Kingston Road, Merton SW19 (the ‘Manor House’) – Converting from Commercial Offices to its original residential dwelling use – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2101: War memorial, Nelson Health Centre, Kingston Road, Merton Park, SW19 – The original war memorial from the Nelson Hospital incorporated into the new Health Centre frontage as part of the retained façade of the demolished hospital – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2102: Liberty House, 246 Kingston Road, Wimbledon Chase, SW19 – 51 assisted living apartments for the over 70s, developed by McCarthy & Stone Built 2015 on the site of the former car park of the Nelson Hospital – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2103: Grate Expectations Ltd, 1-3 Station Buildings, Kingston Road, Wimbledon Chase, London, SW20 – Supplier and installer of fireplaces – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2104: ‘Hero’, a new development of 55 apartments by Bellway Homes, Kingston Road, Wimbledon Chase, SW20 – Built 2015 on the site of the former Emma Hamilton pub – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2105: Western end of Bellway Homes’ ‘Hero’ apartments, showing unused bicycle storage Kingston Road, Wimbledon Chase, SW20 – Built 2015 on the site of the former Emma Hamilton pub – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2106: Construction of apartments, Bushey Road, Wimbledon Chase SW20 – Construction by Cuffe plc of Kingston The site is on the north side of Bushey Road, just west of junction with Kingston Road Formerly a petrol station – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2107: Merton Park Baptist Church, Bushey Road, Wimbledon Chase SW20 – Newer Church building, with residential accommodation on 1st and 2nd floors Original church building on right – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2108: Tesco Express (363-373) and other shops/apartments, north side of Kingston Road, Wimbledon Chase SW20 – Just east of Wimbledon Chase station Central block of apartments (white) has Costa Coffee under construction on ground floor – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2109: New development of ‘Park’ housing, Kingston Road Corner, Raynes Park, SW20 – Nine luxury apartments with landscaped garden, under construction, nearing completion – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2110: Flowers and tributes to 30 year-old Dan Young at the entrance to Kendor Gardens, Kenley Road, Merton Park SW19 – Murdered in Kendor Gardens on 19 January, 2016 while on his way to work – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2111: Inscription on memorial stone commemorating Tom Ruff, Mitcham Cricket Green, Mitcham, CR4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2112: Horse Trough, Mitcham Cricket Green, Mitcham, CR4 – Erected to commemorate Queen Victoria’s Golden Jubilee, 1887 After a campaign by Mitcham Cricket Green Community and Heritage it was moved in 2014 to a safer position 4 m away from the roadside at the corner of Cricket Green and London Road – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2113: Burn Bullock pub, Mitcham Cricket Green, Mitcham CR$ – Closed and partly boarded up for renovation works – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2114: Renovation of Brook House, – Mitcham Cricket Green (north side), Mitcham CR4 – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2115: Mitcham Court, – Mitcham Cricket Green (north side), Mitcham CR4 – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2116: Date Valley School, Mitcham Court, Cricket Green (north side), Mitcham CR4 – Notice board of independent school, age range 3-11, housed in Mitcham Court Entrance to the school is via the fenced off playground behind the notice board – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2117: Community event organized by Mitcham Cricket Green Community and Heritage, Mitcham Cricket Green, Mitcham CR4 – Left is Simon Green of Southern Green (architects), who were commissioned as lead consultants responsible for preparing both the Conservation Plan and the Second Round Heritage Lottery Funding bid for the restoration of the Canons at Mitcham Cricket Green, which was due for submission in December 2016 – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2118: Community event organized by Mitcham Cricket Green Community and Heritage, Mitcham Cricket Green, Mitcham CR4 – Tony Burton, left, of Mitcham Cricket Green Community and Heritage – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2119: Community event organized by Mitcham Cricket Green Community and Heritage , Mitcham Cricket Green, Mitcham CR4 – Councillor Brenda Fraser, left, Mayor of Merton, addressing the event – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2120: Community event organized by Mitcham Cricket Green Community and Heritage , Mitcham Cricket Green, Mitcham CR4 – The Mayor of Merton with Directors and Committee members of Mitcham Cricket Green Community and Heritage – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2121: Merton Park Tree trail, Church Lane by Churchyard of St Mary’s Church, Merton Park, SW19 – The walk was organized by the John Innes Society, and led by Jane Plant (yellow top, holding notes), Volunteer Coordinator of the Tree Warden Group, Merton – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2122: Acacia Tree stump, corner of Grasmere Avenue (west) and Grasmere Avenue (north) – The tree was felled several years ago due to disease – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2123: Grounds of Harris Academy, Morden (Lilleshall Road) from Llanthony Road, St Helier, Morden SM4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2124: Llanthony Road, St Helier, Morden SM4 – Looking north Trees on left separate the road from Lilleshall Road – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2125: Harris Academy, Lilleshall Road, Morden SM4 – From rear exit to Llanthony Road – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2126: Moreton Green, St Helier, Morden SM4 – Southern end, from Muchelney Road, looking west towards Merevale Crescent – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2127: Hall, 33 Newminster Road, St Helier, Morden SM4 – For hire from StHelier & District Community Association – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2128: Malmesbury Primary School , Malmesbury Road, St Helier, Morden SM4 – From Newminster Road – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2129: St Theresa’s Catholic Primary School, Montacute Road, St Helier, Morden SM4 – Behind St Theresa’s Church, Bishopsford Road – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2130: Tree, corner of Llantony Road (right) and Lilleshall Road, St Helier, Morden SM4 – Looking north – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2131: Entrance to Harris Academy Morden, Lilleshall Road, St Helier, Morden SM4 – Formerly Bishopsford Arts College/Community School – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2132: Schools Christian Resource Centre, 68 Middleton Road, St Helier, Morden SM4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2133: Faccini House Surgery and Pharmacy, 64 Middleton Road, St Helier, Morden SM4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2134: Union of Shop, Distributors & Allied Workers (USDAW), Meldrum House, 89-92 Middleton Road, St Helier, Morden SM4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2135: Perseid School, Middleton Road, St Helier, Morden SM4 – One of three sites in the St Helier district for this school for pupils with learning difficulties – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2136: New flats, Whitchurch House, 1 Middleton Road, St Helier, Morden SM4 – Entrance to Perseid School on right – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2137: King Café, 137 Green Lane, St Helier, Morden SM4 – Fronting Middleton Road, just off Green Lane – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2138: 8th Morden Scout Group, Green Lane, St Helier, Morden SM4 – Single story building adjacent to Yenston Close – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2139: Shopping Parade, Green Lane , St Helier, Morden SM4 – Opposite St Helier Station – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2140: Lawrence Weaver Institute, Green Lane, St Helier, Morden SM4 – A hall that is part of the Haig estate in St Helier Named after a British architectural writer and civil servant (1876–1930) – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2141: Legion Court, Green Lane, St Helier, Morden SM4 – Part of the Haig estate – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2142: George Hill East Allotments, Holne Chase, Lower Morden, SM4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2143: Pyl Brook Nature Reserve, off Holne Chase, Lower Morden, SM4 Alongside Pyl Brook; the notice is on the south side of Pyl Brook, on path between Holne Chase and Rutland Drive – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2144: Cranleigh Lawn Tennis Club, behind 1 Cranleigh Road, Merton Park, SW19 – The club has five floodlit courts It was founded in 1929 – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2145: Cranleigh Lawn Tennis Club, behind 1 Cranleigh Road, Merton Park, SW19 – The club house (1970s) The woman in blue is Christine Roe, Club Chairman – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2146: Liberty House, 246 Kingston Road, Merton Park, SW19 – 51 assisted living apartments for the over 70s, developed by McCarthy & Stone, Built 2015 Looking south on the west side The development extends away from Kingston Road as far as Manor Gardens – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2147: Liberty House, 246 Kingston Road, Merton Park, SW19 – 51 assisted living apartments for the over 70s, developed by McCarthy & Stone, Built 2015 – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2148: ‘Park SW20’, Kingston Road, Raynes Park, SW20 – A new development of nine houses by Equitas Properties, with communal gardens designed by Diamuid Gavin, on the bend opposite Lower Downs Road – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2149: Low Bridge, under railway, Lower Downs Road, Raynes Park, SW20 – Looking north Vehicles sometimes get stuck under the bridge, where the roof is lower in the middle than at the entrance – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2150: Nos 631-641 Kingston Road, Raynes Park, SW20 – Wells Motors (631), Webster Darby estate agents (631a), three private houses (637, 639, 639a), and the Roadhouse pub/restaurant (641) – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2151: The Railhouse pub/restaurant, 641 Kingston Road, Raynes Park, SW20 – Closed in 2014 Originally the Junction tavern – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2152: ‘Farley’s Corner’, Kingston Road/ Prince Georges Avenue, Raynes Park, SW20 – Now housing The Diocese of Southwark Kingston Episcopal Area Office, 620 Kingston Road – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2153: Prince George’s Club, Prince George’s Avenue, Raynes Park, SW20 – Formerly known as the Raynes Park Conservative Club – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2154: 13, Prince George’s Avenue, Raynes Park, SW20 – Showing original decorated stonework – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2155: AAZ Mini Cabs, 641(or 641a) Kingston Road, Raynes Park SW20 – Was garage/workshop associated with the Junction Tavern – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2156: Sports pavilion/changing rooms, Commonside West, Mitcham, CR4 – Opposite entrance to Park Place – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2157: Closed end of Watneys Road, junction with Commonside East, Mitcham CR4 – Road closed to avoid cars using minor road to by-pass main road across Common – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2158: Mitcham Common, looking east towards Bidder’s Pond from mound south of junction Watneys Road and Commonside East, Mitcham CR4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2159: Arthur’s pond, looking north towards Commonside East/Beech Grove, from just east of north end of Watney’s Road, Mitcham, CR4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2160: Donnelly Green, South Lodge Avenue, Pollards Hill, Mitcham CR4 – Looking north- east towards Pollards Hill estate – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2161: Kent Close, Pollards Hill estate, off Recreation Way, from Donnelly Green, Pollards Hill, Mitcham CR4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2162: Pollards Hill Youth Centre, South Lodge Avenue, Pollards Hill, Mitcham CR4 Incorporates Cherubs daycare – [Hard copy lacking; see -/2/12 for digital version] – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2163: Mitcham Common, from boundary of Merton and Croydon Boroughs, looking south at southern end of Galpins Road, Thornton Heath, CR7 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2164: Pollards Hill Baptist Church, Wide Way, Pollards Hill, Mitcham CR4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2165: Wide Way Medical Centre (General Practice), 15 Wide Way, Pollards Hill, Mitcham CR4 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2166: Harris Academy Merton, Wide Way, Pollards Hill, Mitcham CR4 – A secondary and sixth form mixed-sex school, formerly Tamworth Manor High School, and prior to that Pollards Hill High School – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2167: William Morris Primary School, Recreation Way, Pollards Hill, Mitcham CR4 – View from off Wide Way – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2168: Ivy Gardens Children’s Centre, Greenwood Road, Pollards Hill, Mitcham CR4 – View from Ivy Gardens Adjoining Harris Primary Academy (Formerly Garden Primary School), Abbotts Road – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2169: Tandem centre (west side) Colliers Wood SW19 – With new apartments under construction behind – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2170: The Guardian Centre, MertonVision (Merton Voluntary Association for the Blind), Clarendon Road, Colliers Wood, SW19 – Formerly a primary school – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2171: Emily Villa, 65 Clarendon Road, Colliers Wood, SW19 – Temporary home (2016-2017) of Colliers Wood Public Library while original location in Colliers Wood High Street is redeveloped – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2172: David Hobbs, giving a talk at the Guardian Centre, Clarendon Road, Colliers Wood, SW19 – David Hobbs is Chair of The Merton Mental Health Forum His talk on World Mental Health Day was about isolation and loneliness as causes of mental illness – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2173: Woodlands House Care Home, 118 Cavendish Road, Colliers Wood, SW 19 – A nursing home for the aged – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2174: Blue Cross Animal Hospital, 88-92 Merton High Street, Merton SW19 – Opened in 1999 by Her Majesty the Queen Mother – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2175: Four empty shops, north side of Merton High Street (nos 80-86 ?), Merton SW19, just west of Grove Road – Board on right hand corner of JM Walsh shop, believed to have been a newsagents, says ‘Cliffs Corner’ – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2176: Site of former Darul Amaan Mosque, 54 Merton High Street, Merton SW19 , – The unattractive single storey building was formerly a light industrial facility, originally a 1924 billiard hall It was demolished c1914/15 Planning permission, subject to conditions has been given for the erection of a new three-storey mosque, including dome and minarets – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2177: Trellis House Supported Housing, 1 Mill Road, Colliers Wood, SW19 – Showing entrance The building is alongside the south side of Merton High Street 42 one-bedroom units, built 1994 – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2178: AW Cycles Ltd, 23 Abbey Parade, Merton High Street, Merton SW19 – Long-established specialist cycle repairs and sales – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2179: Nelson Arms, 15 Merton High Street, Merton SW19 – On corner of Abbey Road Built 1910 on the site of the entrance to Lord Nelson’s Merton Place estate It replaced an earlier pub of the same name, built 1829, slightly to the west along the High Street The fine Charrington’s tiling is by Garter’s of Poole – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2180: Tiled picture of Admiral Lord Nelson, front wall of the Nelson Arms, 15 Merton High Street, Merton SW19 – By Garter’s of Poole – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2181: Tiled picture of Admiral Lord Nelson’s flagship, the Victory, front wall of the Nelson Arms, 15 Merton High Street, Merton SW19 – By Garter’s of Poole – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2182: Wizard Tattoo, 104 Merton High Street, Merton SW19 – Established 1999 – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2183: Will Miles Court, part of the High Path estate, Merton High Street, Merton SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2184: Fig & Olive Café (No 140) and A&N Tailoring (No 138), Merton High Street, Merton SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2185: Better Choice Food & Wine, 188 Merton High Street, Merton SW19 – Unusual corner building with castellated top frontage – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2186: Wimbledon Sewing Machine Co Ltd, 214 Merton High Street, Merton SW19 – Closed, the business was relocated to 292-312 Balham High Road, Tooting, SW17, and is now trading as ‘The Crafty Sewer’ (as in sewing, not as in sewage) – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2187: The Kilkenny Tavern, 131 Merton High Street, Merton SW19 – Pub next to South Wimbledon Underground Station, showing the lower half dark green tiled frontage recently painted over Formerly the Bricklayers’ Arms until 1882, then the Horse & Groom until 1997, except for 1984 – 1994, when it was officially known by its nickname the Dark House The latter name still appears as a ghost sign on the side wall, above the advertisement hoarding – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2188: The Kilkenny Tavern, 131 Merton High Street, Merton SW19 – Side wall, showing ghost sign for the Dark House, the nickname of the pub, and the official name from 1984 to 1994 The hanging sign has remained the same, except for changes of name, for over 30 years – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2189: Costa Coffee , 2 Morden Road, Merton SW19 – Opened in 2016 Opposite South Wimbledon Underground Station Part of a redevelopment of the former Grove Hotel to create a Tesco Express (opened 2013) and private accommodation – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2190: Kwik-Fit, 12 Kingston Road, Merton SW19 – Close to South Wimbledon Underground Tyre and other garage services – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2191: South Wimbledon Underground Station, Merton High St, Merton SW19 – On the corner of Morden Road and Merton High Street The building was designed by architect Charles Holden, and the station opened on 13 September 1926 It was originally named Merton Grove (it stood opposite the Grove Hotel), and then from 1928 South Wimbledon (Merton), although the station is not located in Wimbledon – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2192: Bank House, 209 Merton Road, South Wimbledon, SW19 – Originally Barclays Bank, which closed after being replaced by a new Branch close by in Morden Road (c 1990s) Bank House is now occupied by offices of Chartered Accountants and Solicitors – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2193: New housing development (flats), south side of Nelson Grove Road, Merton SW19 – At the edge of the High Path estate Showing unusual wood-cladded corner, at the junction with Rodney Place – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2194: Nos 2 and 4 Rodney Place, Merton SW19 – Showing typical pair of adjoining front doors with different pattern of ornamental window above These are cottage-style terraced houses, probably 19th century – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2195: Merton Evangelical Church, Nelson Grove Road, Merton SW19 – This is a Reformed Baptist Church on the edge of the High Path Estate – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2196: Cashino, 57 London Road, Morden, SM4 – One of a chain of Gaming parlours – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2197: Hayward Close, High Path Estate, Merton SW19 – Showing Autumn colours on leaf fall Looking north towards Merton High Street – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2198: Rose Cottage, 101 Hamilton Road, South Wimbledon, SW19 – A Georgian villa dating back to the early1800s, the first house to be built on the Wimbledon portion of Nelson’s Merton Place In poor condition, awaiting planning permission for restoration and expansion – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2199: Trinitarian Bible Society, William Tyndale House, 29 Deer Park Road, Merton SW19 – Moved from Dorset Road, Merton Park in early 2016 William Tyndale translated the first English Bible directly from Hebrew and Greek texts in the 1500s – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2200: Burke & Wills Removals and Storage, John Wycliffe House, 29 Deer Park Road, Merton SW19 – Premises leased from neighbours Trinitarian Bible Society John Wycliffe (14th century) was the first person to translate the Bible into English – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2201: Triton Building Restoration Ltd, 24 Deer Park Road, Merton SW19 – Established in 1989, Triton are specialists in external refurbishment with an emphasis on architecturally significant buildings – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2202: Tesco Extra, 300 Beverley Way, New Malden, KT3 – Opened in the late 1980s as the biggest store in the UK – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2203: Champion Timber, A W Champion Ltd, Champion House, 205-209 Burlington Road, New Malden, Surrey KT3 – The warehouse at the back of the store, close to Shannon Corner – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2204: B & Q Extra, Shannon Commercial Centre, Beverley Way, New Malden KT3 – A Superstore opened in 2009 View from Burlington Road looking towards Shannon Corner – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2205: The Beverley Brook, forming the boundary between the London Boroughs of Merton (left) and Kingston (right) – Looking south from the crossing under Burlington Road, New Malden, KT3, just east of Beverley Road – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2206: Korea Foods Co Ltd, Units 4-6 Wyvern Industrial Estate, Beverley Way, New Malden KT3 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2207: Big Yellow Self Storage, Units 1-3 Wyvern Industrial Estate, Beverley Way, New Malden KT3 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2208: Blagdons Sports Ground, Beverley Way, New Malden KT3 Home of Old Emanuel Association, and Cricket and Rugby Clubs – Emanuel School is a co-educational private school in Battersea, SW11 – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2209: Blagdon House, Blagdons Sports Ground, Beverley Way New Malden KT3 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2210: A298 (Bushey Road) cross over the A3 (Kingston By-Pass), New Malden KT3 – Looking north-east towards the Thale Avionics tower – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2211: Dinosaurs near to entrance of Jurassic Encounter Adventure Golf (mini-golf), World of Golf, Beverley Way, New Malden KT3 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2212: Entrance to Jurassic Encounter Adventure Golf (mini-golf), World of Golf, Beverley Way, New Malden KT3 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2213: Next store, Bushey Road, Raynes Park, SW20 – New store, next to the A3, to open before Christmas 2016 The site of a former 5-storey Thale Avionics office block, vacant since 2006, demolished in 2016 – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2214: Art Deco former Thales Avionics offices with clock tower, 84-86 Bushey Road, Raynes Park, SW20 – Vacant since 2010 – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2215: Pets at Home , 80 Bushey Road, Raynes Park, SW20 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2216: Topps Tiles, 80 Bushey Road, Raynes Park, SW20 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2217: West Wimbledon Primary School, Bodnant Gardens, Raynes Park, SW20 – Rear of school, viewed from Bushey Road crossing over West Barnes Lane – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2218: Trafalgar Court , West Barnes Lane, New Malden KT3 – On western side, just south of Bushey Road crossover – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2219: Malden Court, West Barnes Lane, New Malden KT3 – On western side, just south of Bushey Road crossover One of two similar blocks 1930’s Art Deco Mansion Development – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2220: Bushey Building, Raynes Park High School, adjacent to West Barnes Lane, New Malden KT3 – The former Bushey First school building, included in the School in 2002 as part of a re-organisation of schools from a three-tier system (First, Middle and High) to a two-tier system (Primary and Secondary) – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2221: Public Conveniences, John Innes Park, Mostyn Road, Merton Park, SW19 – Designed by John Sydney Brocklesby – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2222: Old wall, John Innes Park, Mostyn Road, Merton Park, SW19 – Original wall around John Innes’ Manor House, in background, right, now part of Rutlish School – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2223: Old wall, John Innes Park, Mostyn Road, Merton Park, SW19 – Original wall around John Innes’ Manor House Fenced off section of John Innes Park in foreground, used by maintenance staff, and Rutlish School extension in background – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2224: New gate in path between John Innes Park and Recreation ground, Merton Park, SW 19 – Merton Council decided in August 2016 after public consultation to install gates, closed during school hours, in response to safety concerns – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2225: Ebury Cottage, 34 Mostyn Road, Merton Park SW19 – Built 1880 Designed by Quartermain in ‘domestic revival style’ – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2226: Holly hedge along southern side of Sheridan Road, Merton Park SW19 – Taken from just west of Mostyn Road – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2227: ‘Brinsley’, 40 Sheridan Road, Merton Park SW19 – Flint covered – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2228: 10, The Rush, Merton Park, SW19 – A gardening shop (‘Gardener’s World’) until the 1990s, then converted to residential accommodation The shop entrance and windows are on the right of the current building – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2229: Waffle Jack’s, 8 Merton Park Parade, Merton Park, SW19 – An American Diner, opened in 2015 – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2230: 190 Kingston Road, Merton Park, SW19 – One of two pairs, 184 and 186, and 188 and 190, known as Salcombe Villas, built by the John Innes Estate Company in 1871-2, possibly to designs by RB Marsh – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2231: 170 Kingston Road, Merton Park, SW19 – ‘Northcote’, with cast stone facing, built in 1886-7 – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2232: Wimbledon Physiotherapy Clinic, 28a Wilton Grove, Wimbledon, SW19 – Housed in a corrugated metal building adjoining Wilton Lawn Tennis Club – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2233: Pavilion, Wilton Lawn Tennis Club, 28 Wilton Grove, Wimbledon, SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2234: Willows Pre-School, 28 Wilton Grove, Wimbledon, SW19 – Located within Wilton Lawn Tennis Club – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2235: Block of new apartments, corner of Henfield Road and Wilton Crescent, Wimbledon SW19 – Built about 2010 A warehouse formerly occupied this site – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2236: Spring House, Kingston Road, Merton Park SW19 – A block of 18 flats, built in 1936 They replaced the old Spring House, built 1727, badly damaged by fire in1934 and demolished – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2237: The previous Church Lane Medical Practice, Church Lane, Merton Park SW19 – Closed in 2016 and moved to the new Nelson Health Centre in Kingston Road – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2238: ‘Dewhurst’, 162 Kingston Road, Merton Park, SW19 – Built in 1884, it now forms part of Andridge Court sheltered housing – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2239: Gardens of Dorset Hall, c1709, 152 Kingston Road, Merton Park, SW19 – Looking towards the rear of Pantiles House, Langley Road, retirement accommodation built on the gardens of Dorset Hall – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2240: ‘What About Me’, children’s hair salon, 181 Kingston Road, Wimbledon SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2241: Interior of ‘What About Me’, a children’s hair salon, 181 Kingston Road, Wimbledon SW19 – – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2242: 118 Kingston Road (part of Horatio Place), Merton, SW19 – Nos 116 and 118 Kingston Road were built in 1902-3 to plans by Quartermain as new Merton parish council offices Through the 1970s and up to 1987 the buildings were occupied by the London Borough of Merton’s Social Services Department The buildings were converted to private occupation in the 1990s – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2243: 116 Kingston Road ((part of Horatio Place), Merton, SW19 – Nos 116 and 118 Kingston Road were built in 1902-3 to plans by Quartermain as new Merton parish council offices Through the 1970s and up to 1987 the buildings were occupied by the London Borough of Merton’s Social Services Department The buildings were converted to private occupation in the 1990s – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2244: 129-135 Kingston Road, Wimbledon SW19 – Two adjoining fireplace businesses: Enviro-Flame (nos 133-135, left) and London Fireplaces (nos 129-131, right) – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2245: 185 Kingston Road, Wimbledon SW19 – Unusual three storey building among a parade of two-storey buildings Converted to residential accommodation At one time a Chinese restaurant – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2246: Corner building, southern end of Hartfield Road, Wimbledon, SW19 – Modern rebuild (2016), incorporating apartments and Unique Bridal, 185 Hartfield Road, Wimbledon SW19 – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2247: 10-12 Dorset Road, Merton Park SW19 – Built 1892-4 Ellangowan, No 10 (left) and Montrose, No 12 (right) – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2248: 18 Dorset Road, Merton Park SW19 – ‘Abingdon’, built 1902 by John Innes’ architect Henry Goodall Quartermain for his family He died in 1904 – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2249: 30 Dorset Road, Merton Park SW19 – After major rebuilding in 2016 – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2250: 3 Melrose Road, Merton Park, SW19 – One of a terrace of pairs of semi-detached cottages Built 1891-2 – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2251: St Mary’s Mead, Old School Close, Melrose Road, Merton Park, SW19 – Anchor retirement homes/sheltered housing Established in 1985 This part of Old School Close is the site of a former a secondary school (St Mary’s), closed in 1965 and then a special school (Melrose School) – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2252: Old School Close, Church Lane, Merton Park SW19 – Established in 1985 as retirement homes Originally ‘Merton National Schools’, built 1870 – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2253: Foundation Stone of the Merton National Schools building, 1870 – Now Old School Close, Church Lane, Merton Park, SW19 John Innes was the driving force behind the building of the school – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2254: Monument, Church of St Mary the Virgin, Church Path, Merton Park SW19 – 1832, erected by Mrs Elizabeth Cook, widow of Captain James Cook, in memory of her cousin Isaac Smith and his family She died in 1835, surviving her husband by 56 years, and all her children by 42 years – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2255: David and Isaiah, two windows as part of a memorial to John Innes (1829-1904), Church of St Mary the Virgin, Church Path, Merton Park SW19 – From designs by Edward Byrne-Jones, made at the Morris & Co works in Merton, 1907 – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2256: Abraham and Moses, two windows as part of a memorial to John Innes (1829-1904), Church of St Mary the Virgin, Church Path, Merton Park SW19 – From designs by Edward Byrne-Jones, made at the Morris & Co works in Merton, 1907 – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2257: Funeral hatchment of Sir William Hamilton, died 1803 – North aisle of Church of St Mary the Virgin, Church Path, Merton Park SW19 Presented to the church by Emma, Lady Hamilton – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2258: ‘Nelson’s Seat’, Church of St Mary the Virgin, Church Path, Merton Park SW19 – Wooden bench from one of the high-back box pews removed in 1856 It bears a plaque saying ‘Nelson’s Seat, Merton Church, 1801-1805 – David Roe

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2259: Road Repairs, London Road, Morden, SM4 – The main route through Morden was disrupted by a water leak It was over a week before the surface was fully repaired – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2260: Fire at the Baitul Futuh Mosque, 181 London Road, Morden, SM4 – The mosque that is home to the Ahmadiyya Muslin Community was the subject of an arson attack by teenage boys This view of the fire was taken from the footbridge linking Abbotsbury Road and London Road – Yvonne Smith

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2261: Fire at the Baitul Futuh Mosque, 181 London Road, Morden, SM4 – The mosque that is home to the Ahmadiyya Muslin Community was the subject of an arson attack by teenage boys This view of the fire is in London Road No one was hurt as a result of the fire – Yvonne Smith

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2262: Yellow Lines, Junction of Lynmouth Avenue and Salcombe Drive, Morden, SM4 – To prevent accidents and increase visibility the council painted yellow lines on this junction, appearing without any warning – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2263: Merton Abbey School, High Path, Merton, SW19 – Merton Abbey School celebrates the heritage of the local area through its classroom names In this case Merton Priory – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2264: Nelson Gardens, High Path, Merton, SW19 – This picture shows the low laying maze installed in the gardens St John the Divine church can be seen in the background – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2265: Spur House, Morden Road, Merton, SW19 – Formerly an office block with car showroom at ground level In common with many former office blocks in the area it is being converted into flats – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2266: Merton Bus Garage, 8A Merton High Street, Colliers Wood, SW19 – The memorial inside the garage Built first for those who had given their lives during World War One – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2267: Fishing the River Wandle, Merton High Street, Colliers Wood, SW19 – The River Wandle has recovered as a fishing river At one time it was the best trout fishing river in England – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2268: The entrance to the Manor Club, 76 Kingston Road, Merton SW19 – John Innes founded the club in 1890 The foundation stone was laid by Mr Innes himself on December 20th, 1890 The club opened in September the following year It is one of a number of buildings in Kingston Road associated with Innes – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2269: Merton Hall Rear Building, 76 Kingston Road, Merton SW19 – This building sits behind Merton Hall The hall was designed by Henry Quartermain and was funded by local landowner and philanthropist, John Innes This building is possibly also designed by Quartermain and built at the same time as the hall – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2270: Doorway to flat above shop, 90 Kingston Road, Merton, SW19 – The doorway still shows the original features from when the property was built in the Victorian period Tiled floor and walls – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2271: Dorset Hall, 152 Kingston Road, Merton Park, SW19 – This is a view of the eastern side of the hall Possibly the kitchen entrance Dorset Hall is a Grade II listed building of ‘Georgian’ character Now part of the John Innes Conservation areas, the house was probably built c1709 by Edwart Hubbart Senior, a yeoman farmer in Merton and Wimbledon From 1908 the property was home to Rose Lamartine Yates, Chairwoman of the Wimbledon Woman’s Social and Political Union The property is now divided into flats as sheltered housing – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2272: Dorset Hall, 152 Kingston Road, SW19 – This is the view of the main entrance to the house Dorset Hall is a Grade II listed building of ‘Georgian’ character Now part of the John Innes Conservation areas, the house was probably built c1709 by Edwart Hubbart Senior, a yeoman farmer in Merton and Wimbledon From 1908 the property was home to Rose Lamartine Yates, Chairwoman of the Wimbledon Woman’s Social and Political Union The property is now divided into flats as sheltered housing – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2273: 180 Kingston Road, SW19 – Originally an almshouse, built 1797 A detached house that sits on the edge of the Merton Park Estate – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2274: ‘Kingston Lodge’, 196 Kingston Road, SW19 – Built about 1889-90, one of a pair, to a design by Quartermain, John Innes’ architect This has an oriel set at 45 deg beneath the gable, the other has a balcony – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2275: The Nelson Medical Practice, Kingston Road, SW19 – Developed from the former Nelson Hospital, parts of which were included within the new development, the centre brought together a number of medical centres under the one roof – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2276: Willow Bough Tea Rooms, 11 Merton Park Parade, SW19 – Merton Park Parade was formally known as Merton Rush These tea rooms still have the original outside toilet housed within an extension at the back of the building – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2277: Merton Library and Heritage Volunteer Awards 2015 Merton Civic Centre, Morden, SM4 – This picture shows a large number of the volunteers who work in the libraries and across Merton and in the Heritage Centre – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2278: Merton Library and Heritage Volunteer Awards 2015 Merton Civic Centre, Morden, SM4 – The Heritage Volunteers won the team award for their work on the Merton Memories and Carved in Stone projects The Mayor of Merton, David Chung, is shown, having presented a Certificate – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2279: Ivy Lodge, Morden Road, Morden, SM4 – Ivy Lodge is one of a number of properties that are within Morden Hall Park and managed by the National Trust The properties are rented out to individuals and families – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2280: Front Door, Ivy Lodge, Morden Road, Morden, SM4 – Ivy Lodge is one of a number of properties that are within Morden Hall Park and managed by the National Trust The properties are rented out to individuals and families – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2281: South Side, Ivy Lodge, Morden Road, Morden, SM4 – Ivy Lodge is one of a number of properties that are within Morden Hall Park and managed by the National Trust The properties are rented out to individuals and families – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2282: 279-291 Kingston Road, SW20 – Built over a 100 years ago other than the shop fronts these buildings have changed very little still retaining many of the features at first floor and roof level – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2283: 293-309 Kingston Road, SW20 – A row of late Victorian houses – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2284: ASDA Supermarket, Stonecot Hill, Sutton, SM1 – This Asda Store opened in March 2016 It was built on the site of the former public house the Woodstock – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2285: Mini Treasures Day Nursery 21 Morden Hall Road, Morden, SM4 – Mini Treasures also have two nurseries in Camberwell It is located in the grounds of Morden Hall Park at the entrance to the main car park It opened in 2011 and has 32 places available The nursery is open Mon-Fri between 8am-6pm – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2286: Mayor of Merton Councillor Brenda Fraser Vestry Hall Annexe, London Road, Mitcham, CR4 – The Mayor is seen having her robes adjusted before opening of the new exhibition at the Wandle Industrial Museum She is being helped by her driver Carl Brown and watched by her husband – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2287: The Vestry Hall, London Road, Mitcham, CR4 – The cellar below the original part of the Vestry Hall, the clock tower Used as a coal hole Notice the hole in the wall where coal would enter from street level – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2288: The Vestry Hall, London Road, Mitcham, CR4 – A gas lamp fitting in one of the rooms, now unoccupied, beneath the clock tower – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2289: The Vestry Hall, London Road, Mitcham, CR4 – The staircase that links the now unoccupied rooms beneath the clock tower – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2290: The Vestry Hall, London Road, Mitcham, CR4 – The various weights and chains used for the clocks – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2291: The Vestry Hall, London Road, Mitcham, CR4 – The main mechanism for the clock – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2292: The Vestry Hall, London Road, Mitcham, CR4 – The wooden structure of the clock tower This would have housed the clocks bells The main hour bell weighed 3cwt and the two quarter bells each weighed 2½cwt No longer there; the fate of the bells is not known – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2293: The Vestry Hall, London Road, Mitcham, CR4 – The clock looking out from behind it The clock is four feet in diameter and the figures are eight inches long – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2294: The Vestry Hall, London Road, Mitcham, CR4 – The remains of one of the walls in the unoccupied rooms within the clock tower showing the type of construction, similar to the wattle and daub method used in timber-framed buildings, used when the Vestry Hall was first built – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2295: The Vestry Hall, London Road, Mitcham, CR4 – The stairway banister with ornate iron work that was part of the original entrance to the Vestry Hall This area is still in use forming part of the fire exit from the rest of the building – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2296: The Vestry Hall, London Road, Mitcham, CR4 – The original staircase banister rail – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2297: The Vestry Hall, London Road, Mitcham, CR4 – The window that is within the stairwell of the original entrance to the Vestry Hall It overlooks the Lower Green East – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2298: The Vestry Hall, London Road, Mitcham, CR4 – The public hall showing two of the four entrances to the hall Only one of these would have been from the original entrance to the Vestry Hall below the clock tower Also shown are the supports to the ceiling within the public hall The ceiling itself is now covered by tiles hiding, possibly, an unknown architectural interesting structure? – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2299: The Vestry Hall, London Road, Mitcham, CR4 – An oak table, date unknown but possibly 1930s, that is still in use in the public hall – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2300: The Vestry Hall, London Road, Mitcham, CR4 – Possibly one of the original doors of the Vestry Hall with the hand painted ‘Private’ sign – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2301: The Vestry Hall, London Road, Mitcham, CR4 – The extension to the Vestry Hall built in 1930 contained a Council Chamber that also acted as a court room The corridor could be blocked by gates at each end Shown here is the gate at the south end of the corridor – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2302: The Vestry Hall, London Road, Mitcham, CR4 – The former council chamber and court room that was within the new extension built in 1930 It overlooks the Lower Green East It housed the Mitcham District Council The names of the various Mitcham mayors appeared in a wall panel that is now in a corridor next to the current Council Chamber in Merton Civic Centre – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2303: The Vestry Hall, London Road, Mitcham, CR4 – Possibly one of the original radiators when the extension to the Vestry Hall was built in 1930 – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2304: The Vestry Hall, London Road, Mitcham, CR4 – The loft space above the extension built to the Vestry Hall houses many interesting objects These may be a form of lamp – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2305: The Vestry Hall, London Road, Mitcham, CR4 – A box full of World War Two meal tickets The tickets show what someone was entitled to eg two courses, night meal, sweet course and used in the restaurants that were put in place for bombed out families – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2306: The Vestry Hall, London Road, Mitcham, CR4 – View from within the loft of the Vestry Hall extension built in 1930 showing the join to the original building Note the ladder into the loft area of the original building and the brick wall in front of the roof of the original building – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2307: The Vestry Hall, London Road, Mitcham, CR4 – A chemical printer found in the loft of the Vestry Hall extension – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2308: The Vestry Hall, London Road, Mitcham, CR4 – In the basement of the Vestry Hall extension this picture shows the frame of the strong room The steel door has been removed – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2309: The Vestry Hall, London Road, Mitcham, CR4 – In the basement of the Vestry Hall extension is a tunnel that heads out towards the Lower Green East This is the open door to the tunnel – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2310: The Vestry Hall, London Road, Mitcham, CR4 – This picture shows the various name plates and the original foundation stone now housed within the ‘new’ entrance to the Vestry Hall The plates include: 1 The contribution made by Mitcham Penny Readings to purchase the clock 2 In memory of Dr Henry Love, a member of Mitcham UDC 3 In memory of Dr Albert Thomas Till, the borough medical officer Killed in 1940 when his house in Mitcham Park was destroyed during an air raid – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2311: The Vestry Hall, London Road, Mitcham, CR4 – The Vestry Hall was formerly opened on the 18th May 1887 by Mrs H Cosmo Bonsor, wife of the MP for the Wimbledon Division of Surrey The stone was originally set in the wall of the entrance lobby beneath the clock tower where the stairs led to the public hall In February 1992 the stone was repositioned in the entrance lobby of the Vestry Hall, and rededicated by the then mayor, Councillor Peter McCade – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2312: The Vestry Hall, London Road, Mitcham, CR4 – The outside of the Vestry Hall showing where the original building and the extension built in 1930 meet – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2313: The Vestry Hall, London Road, Mitcham, CR4 – Part of the extension to the Vestry Hall built in 1930 that houses the former Council Chamber and court room – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2314: Morden Hall Park, Morden, SM4 – Building a natural hedgerow in the park – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2315: Phipps Bridge, Phipps Bridge Road to Morden Hall Park, Morden, SM4 – The bridge can be seen in need of repair A bridge has existed at the site since the 1260s – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2316: Merton Abbey Mills, Colliers Wood – One of the flags celebrating the mills past history as a textile print works – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2317: Living Wandle Partnership volunteer celebration, The Stable Block, Morden Hall Park, Morden, SM4 – Adam Wright, Catering Manager, National Trust and colleague who supplied the food – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2318: Living Wandle Partnership volunteer celebration, The Stable Block, Morden Hall Park, Morden, SM4 – Panels showing the success and research of the partnership – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2319: Living Wandle Partnership volunteer celebration, The Stable Block, Morden Hall Park, Morden, SM4 – Volunteers enjoying their refreshments and food – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2320: Living Wandle Partnership volunteer celebration, The Stable Block, Morden Hall Park, Morden, SM4 – Rebecca Watts, Living Wandle Programme Manager addressing the volunteers – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2321: Dog Mess Bins Salcombe Drive, Morden, SM4 – Merton Council took the decision to close and take away the bins designed for the deposal of dogs mess However they shut the bins before they installed the normal waste bins that replaced them It didn’t stop people using the old bins – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2322: Sainsbury’s Local, Central Road, Morden, SM4 – The former Morden Tavern public house Its closure left the St Helier Estate without a pub At the time of the photograph the building was not being fully used – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2323: 136 Central Road, Morden, SM4 – This house has an interesting and very different chimney arrangement – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2324: The Queen’s Head, Cricket Green, Mitcham, CR4 – The pub closed in March 2016 Initial plans at the time of the photograph are to demolish it and build flats – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2325: Burn Bullock, London Road, Mitcham, CR4 – Despite the owners making repairs to the building at the time of the photograph the future of this closed landmark pub remains uncertain – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2326: The White Hart, London Road, Mitcham, CR4 – The pub closed in March 2016 At the time of the photograph the initial plans for the building were to retain the historical front and demolish the rear of the building to create flats – Michael R Taylor

MHS Photo Project: SHC 7811/1/2327: Morden Islamic Community Centre, 116 London Road, Morden, SM4 – In what was the former Crown Public House The centre is run by a separate group from those who use the mosque in London Road – Michael R Taylor