Verwood Village Scenes
Part 2 - Woodlinken Drive to Ringwood Road
|Lake Road where it runs from the junction with Woodlinken Drive towards Ringwood Road.
Number 93 is the first house on the right.
12 December 1976 [2/K/8]
|The cars are parked in number 85.
I have been reminded that the red van belonged to Jack Hall who had a greengrocery round.
12 December 1976 [2/K/9]
|The white house is number 79 "The Square House".
Is this the same house as in the picture on page 22 of Around Verwood ?
12 December 1976 [2/K/10]
|Number 62 which has hardly changed since this picture was taken.
12 December 1976 [2/K/11]
|Numbers 61 and 63 now stand here.
The fields and trees behind are now replaced with Aspen Way, Lombardy Close, Blackthorn Way and Pine Walk.
12 December 1976 [2/K/13]
|The bungalow with the pink roof is number 59 "Green Pastures".The house beyond is number 55 and the house on the left is number 56.
12 December 1976 [2/K/12]
|The bungalow behind the electricity pole is number 49 "April Cottage" House numbers 47 "Silver Trees" and 45 "Forest Dell" can be seen beyond.
12 December 1976 [2/K/15]
|The cottage in view is number 30.
12 December 1976 [2/K/16]
|The bungalow with the stone chimney is number 41.
12 December 1976 [2/K/17]
|The builders shed is in the garden of number 39.
12 December 1976 [2/K/18]
|These are the foundations for number 39.
12 December 1976 [2/K/19]
|The house visible on the right is number 27.
The white cottage is number 23.
12 December 1976 [2/K/20]
|Taken from outside number 12.
The track to the right is where Aspen Drive now leaves Lake Road.
The white cottage in the distance is "The Orchards" on the other side of Ringwood Road.
12 December 1976 [2/K/21]
|This is where Aspen Drive now exists.
The bungalow on the left is number 5 Lake Road.
12 December 1976 [2/K/22]
|The junction of Lake Road with Ringwood Road.
12 December 1976 [2/K/23]
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