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Caption for Woking, Chertsey Road C1955: Almost sixty years after photograph 42025 was taken, Frith's photographers returned to take a further view down Chertsey Road. The contrast between the two scenes is remarkable, chiefly because of the cars which now throng the road; the contrast with the scene today is even greater.

An extract from Surrey.

Memories of Woking

I was only 13 years old when this photo was taken but I remember several years later attending dances at the 'Atta' as we called it and then having to run like mad for the last bus home from the bus stop in the picture. Saturday mornings were always reserved for Saturday morning pictures at the cinema with the beautiful organ which (...Read full memory)

I was ophthalmic house officer at St Peter's (Chertsey) and "Woking "Vic" in 1966. Miss Iris Kane was the Consultant. She worked hard and taught me a lot. I was based at St Peter's and each week had to drive to the "Vic" four times for pre-operative checks on the patients, the operating session, a post operative check (...Read full memory)

When I was Five we lived in Byfleet and often visited the Woking Lido in Summer. I nearly killed myself by sliding down the slide unsupervised. Fortunately my father saw me and dragged me out. When I was Six my sister and I boarded at the Frithe Knowle School, in Wych Hill Lane (1948). The principal was Miss M Windsor (...Read full memory)

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