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The Surrey Iron Railway

The River WandleThis picture shows the tolls that were payable to use the railway.


 

The River WandleThis painting use to hang in the boardroom at Youngs Brewery. It shows some wagons and track at the docks in Wandsworth.


 

The River WandleA wheel from the railway found in 1963 in the river bank close to the site of Crown Mill, Mitcham.


 

The River WandleThis picture shows the original plaque mounted on the wall of Youngs Brewery in Ram Street, Wandsworth along with some of the blocks from the railway below.


 

The River WandleThese blocks from the railway line the exercise yard inside Youngs Brewery at Wandsworth.


 

The River WandleThis is a picture of the railway at Pitlake from the book ‘Croydons Transport Through the Ages’. St John’s Parish Church which burnt down in 1857 can be seen in the background.


 

The River WandleThese blocks were part of the bowling green wall in Croydon. They have sadly now disappeared.


 

The River WandleThese are rails from the railway and can be found at Honeywood, Carshalton.