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Hindhead
Surrey
Hindhead
A collection of old Hindhead photographs
Part of the Gravelroots UK Vintage Trail

 
Old Hindhead Hindhead
Royal Huts Hotel
c.1898-1900
 
postcard dated 1901
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Old Hindhead Hindhead
Royal Huts Hotel
c.1908-10
 
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Old Hindhead Hindhead
Royal Huts Hotel
1909
 
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dated 1910
 
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Old Hindhead Hindhead
Royal Huts Hotel
 
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Old Hindhead Hindhead
Royal Huts Hotel
1922
 
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Old Hindhead Hindhead
Crossroads
c.1890s
 
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Old Hindhead Hindhead
Crossroads
c.1908-09
 
postcard dated 1909
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Old Hindhead Hindhead
Crossroads
c.1923-24
 
postcard dated 1929
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Old Hindhead Hindhead
London Road
c.late 1950's
 
postcard unused
Anderson collection
 
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Old Hindhead Hindhead
London Road
c.late 1950's
 
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Old Hindhead Hindhead
London Road
c.1950s
 
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Hindhead


The highest village in Surrey, best known as the location of the Devil's Punch Bowl and Hindhead crossroads, a notorious former point of congestion on the A3 Portsmouth to London road, crossed by the A287 between Hook and Haslemere, before following a winding and narrow route along the side of the Punch Bowl. The A3 now passes under Hindhead in the Hindhead Tunnel and its route along the Punch Bowl has been removed and landscaped. The Royal Huts has also been demolished, but the crossroads still exists.
 
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