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Earlswood Asylum Stream. Circa 1905. Dann & Son.
Comment 1

Martin Snow from Redhill, Surrey posted this comment on Tuesday 01 July 2014 00:27:00.

This is a stunning photo, but can anyone confirm for sure whether this is now the pathway between the tall trees at the southern end of the asylum estate? Are these the same trees we see today? Does anyone know when the stream was filled in and exactly where it entered the estate from the northern end? Thanks to all contributors.


Comment 2

Leslie Smith from Earlswood posted this comment on Saturday 02 January 2016 18:18:00.

I think you will find that this is Redhill brook or Gurneys brook as it sometimes called this part run between the field on the left as you go up Princes road towards Royal Earlswood and the Philanthropic there used to be a bridge over the brook about where this photo was taken it was pulled down many years ago and i think in the distance is Brambletye park road bridge.



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