Photo of the Month: Grayshott Library

Posted on Saturday, February 01, 2014 @ 21:16:34 UTC in Photo of the Month
by neil

Grayshott Library advert

On the corner of Hill Road and Crossways Road the building started life as the Capital and Counties Bank in about 1904, being the first bank in Grayshott. After moving to Headley Raod in 1924 (now Lloyds bank) the premises became a stationers and library, this image dates from the late 1920s and it remained as such into the 1960s. Various changes subsequently, at present Liphook Valet Service.


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Grayshott Library

 

 

Photo of the Month: Headley Road c.1922

Posted on Monday, April 01, 2013 @ 01:00:00 UTC in Photo of the Month
by neil

Photo of Headley Road c. 1922

Headley Road c.1922. Grayshott Terrace opposite the 'Fox and Pelican'. Mrs. West's toy shop and cafe is now the 'New Famous Chef' Chinese take away. Next is now Sainsbury's which then was the 'Overton Garage' retailing 'BP' petrol which ironically has just returned to the area at the top of Headley Road. Parked outside is the small ex. Royal Flying Corps. Crossley, now a charabanc this provided some of the first outings from Grayshott.


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Headley Road

 

 

Photo of the Month: Winchester Vulcan

Posted on Sunday, February 10, 2013 @ 16:45:05 UTC in Photo of the Month
by neil

Photo of the Winchester Vulcan

Following the recent death of Derek (Walt.) Winchester this picture was thought appropiate. His uncle Walter Winchester started a coal and grain merchants business in Grayshott in the late 1920s based in Glen Road and later with a shop in Crossways Road (February 2013 'Everbodys' Beauty'), the business continuing until the early 1960s. Starting with a variety of second hand lorries by good fortune three of these after commercial use were kept inside the Glen Road premises and survived until 1954 when purchased for preservation by Portsmouth commercial vehicle dealer Jack Sparshatt and therefore ensuring their survival to the present day. Illustrated here is the 1916 Vulcan van attending an early historic commercial vehicle rally in the late 1950s when in Sparshatt ownership. The lorry had started life with Kinghams, provision merchants at Farnham before arriving at Grayshott for further use.


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Winchester Vulcan

 

 

Photo of the Month: A. Phillips & Son

Posted on Friday, February 01, 2013 @ 01:00:00 UTC in Photo of the Month
by neil

Advert from the Alton Mail in 1936

From the Alton Mail, June 1936. Arthur Phillips trading in cycles, sewing machines, radios and toys from Glen House in Crossways Road from the early 1920s until the late 1950s. Now two shops, Business Connections and the Bakery.


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A. Phillips & Son

 

 

Photo of the Month: Crossways Road in 1966

Posted on Thursday, January 03, 2013 @ 17:03:05 UTC in Photo of the Month
by neil

Photo of Crossways Road in 1966

Crossways Road 1966. Little has changed in the last 45 years except one redevelopment, Chapman, Lowry and Putticks yard immediate right is now the car park, and of course the motor cars.


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Crossways Road in 1966

 

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