Monday, 28 February 2011

Thames Tributary River Mole - Esher Road

Thames Tributary River Mole
The Mole flows north east towards the Thames gradually turning north


Post to the east Esher
Post to the south West End


Esher Road
Albany Bridge over the Mole which connects Esher and Hersham. It was named after the Duchess of Albany who lived a Claremont. It was originally an ornamental timber bridge built in the mid-19th replaced by a stone bridge in 1907. A concrete bridge was put in place in 1965.
South Waylands Farm. Brick house 1600
Barn. Built 17th in brick now whitewashed in an L shaped plan- 2 barns at right angles.
West Weylands Farm

Hersham Riverside Park

Hersham Village Golf Course. Golf course set up in woodland left from a GLC tree nursery.

West End Lane
West End Recreation Ground

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