Weybridge, Portmore Gateway 1903

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Caption for Weybridge, Portmore Gateway 1903: The open expanse of Portmore Park lay near the River Wey; it is now entirely built over - it has been thus for almost a century. It was once the setting for Ham House, given by James II to Catherine Sadley, later Countess of Dorchester and Lady Portmore. The gates survive.

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Memories of Weybridge, Portmore Gateway 1903


I was born here in Feb 1947, in the corner bungalow (shown here in the photo as a house) and lived with my parents and my older brother until the summer of 1964 when I left school and moved away to start work. I remember playing in the front garden and climbing onto the smaller (...Read full memory)

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Caption for Weybridge, Portmore Gateway 1903: The open expanse of Portmore Park lay near the River Wey; it is now entirely built over - it has been thus for almost a century. It was once the setting for Ham House, given by James II to Catherine Sadley, later Countess of Dorchester and Lady Portmore. The gates survive.

An extract from Surrey.

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