Just stumbled across a few photos I took a while back….
Parts of Camberley look very rural and unspoilt – evidently, they’re not!
I like the use of London Stock brick and the horizontal banding on this block of flats in Garfield Road – a nice touch!
I believe that the museum has a database of local builders – does it include these houses in Garfield Road?
Camberley has some really charming architecture, which many people fail to see?
Perhaps a more important question is – was there ever a bigger house called Broomfield for which this was just a coach house?
Not a typical Camberley plant, the oak tree (well, not since the Iron Age, anyway) and this autumn photograph in Garfield Road comes in two versions. Which do you prefer?
This week’s photographs were taken in Garfield Road – can anyone explain why this house has different names on its two gates?