New Road, Chilworth, Surrey

Chilworth is situated in the Tillingbourne Valley a few miles south east of Guildford in Surrey. Neighbouring villages are Shalford, Albury and Blackheath. The A248 road runs through the village to Albury in the East and Shalford in a Westerly direction. These pages will hopefully bring back memories of life in Chilworth in the 1950's and 1960's.

Please click on the sections below to find out more about Chilworth, I hope you enjoy your trip back in time.

CONTENTS

Magazine Cottages

A look back at life in Magazine Cottages, Chilworth in the 1950's

The Railway

Chilworth Station, Tangley Crossing, Steam Trains and Local Railway Tickets

Schooldays

The original 1873 Church of England school and some of the pupils from the 1950's

Up the shops

Tangley Stores, BelleVue Stores, Dann's paper shop, Austin's The Butchers, Prentice's Store and more

Bus rides

Tillingbourne Valley, Brown Motor Services and London Transport Country Buses

Tradesmen

The Milkman, Baker and Postman plus many others

Favourite local walks

St Martha's, Blackheath, The Factory and The Linesteps

Bygone Chilworth

Memories from the past recalled by Brian Clifford who now lives in Dorset.

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