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December 7, 2022

Amazing Photos of Sutton Houses in Early 1911

Sutton is the principal town in the London Borough of Sutton in South London, England. It lies on the lower slopes of the North Downs, and is the administrative headquarters of the Outer London borough. It is 10 miles (16 km) south-south west of Charing Cross, and is one of the thirteen metropolitan centers in the London Plan.

Sutton has the largest library in the borough, several works of public art and four conservation areas. It is home to several large international companies and the sixth most important shopping area in London, centerd on Sutton High Street. Sutton railway station is the borough's largest, with frequent services to central London and other destinations, including Horsham. It is home to the Royal Marsden Hospital and the Institute of Cancer Research, where there are plans to create the world's second biggest cancer research campus.

Crime levels are among the lowest in London. Sutton borough is among the highest performing education authorities in the country. These amazing photo from The Past on Glass at Sutton Archives that captured houses in Sutton in early 1911.

Brocton, Sutton, 1911

Caswell at the corner of Camborne Road and Stanley Road in Sutton, 1911

Hill Croft, Sutton, 1911

Holmwood, Cedar Road, Sutton, Sutton, 1911

House (name unknown) on the corner of Langley Park Road and Devonshire Road, Sutton, 1911

House (name unknown), Sutton, 1911

House (name unknown), Sutton, 1911

House (name unknown), Sutton, 1911

Marlow, Camborne Road, Sutton, 1911

Muritai, Langley Park Road, Sutton, 1911

Saville House, 269 Baring Road, Grove Park, Sutton, 1911

Saville House, 269 Baring Road, Grove Park, Sutton, 1911

South View, Devonshire Road, Sutton, 1911

The house of Mr P Ross Esq, Sutton, 1911

The name of this house is written on the gate. It seems to read as "Lyndhurst", Sutton, 1911

The White Cottage, Sutton, 1911

Unknown house, Sutton, 1911




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