|The Weaving House, Kings Road c.1902 - note the girl is holding a hoop and the tree in the middle of the road! - from The Craftsmen, January 1902|
|The Devil's Punchbowl, Hindhead c.1900 from Trotter, The Hilltop Writers, The Book Guild, 2003|
On the top stands high against the sky the cross which marks Gibbet Hill, where the execution of a sailor’s murderers once took place. Below the cross is a romantic lonely hollow called the Devil’s Punch Bowl, around whose rim Smike and Nicholas Nickleby, as they were going from London to Portsmouth to seek their fortune, walked and read the description of the sailor’s murder.
|Hindhead Crossroads c.1900 from Winter, Tim, Around Haslemere, The History Press Limited, 2004|
|Haslemere High Street c.1894 from Trotter, The Hilltop Writers, The Book Guild, 2003|
The sidewalk gradually ascends above the road way and the cottages open on the sidewalk with a steep staircase descending to the road. This gives a curious and picturesque effect to the old stone cottages and the half timber houses with their overhanging stories. The workers in the Haslemere Industries live in such homes as these, surrounded from birth with charming nature and the simple artistic handwork of man.
|Entrance to Kings Road from the station from Winter and Collyer, Around Haslemere and Hindhead in Old Photographs, Alan Sutton Publishing, 1991|
|Inside The Weaving House, Kings Road from The Craftsmen, January 1902|
|'Miss Flora Synge at her spinning wheel at Kings Road, Haslemere in 1917' from Janaway, John, Surrey: A Photographic Record 1850-1920, Countryside Books, 1984|