EPW034860 ENGLAND (1930) [Unlocated]. UNLOCATED

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Details

Title [EPW034860] UNLOCATED
Reference EPW034860
Date 1930
Link
Place name
Parish
District
Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 0, 0
Longitude / Latitude -7.556448482059, 49.766185796754
National Grid Reference SV000000

Pins


Knotty
Friday 27th of June 2014 09:48:47 PM

Biggles1951
Sunday 15th of December 2013 04:39:23 PM

User Comment Contributions

Possible identification supplied by Philip Plumb:

Just off Carthouse Lane, Knaphill, Woking. Now being investigated.

Duncan Brown
Friday 12th of February 2016 09:51:48 AM
I attach the text of a response from the Surrey History Centre:

Unidentified Aerial Photograph



Thank you for your e-mail of 22 September 2014.



A search has been made in our collections catalogue for any reference to Major Cochran-Patrick to find out where he may have lived in Woking but no records were found. Looking online, William John Charles Kennedy Cochran-Patrick, to give his full name, appears to have been born in Edinburgh and died in an air crash in Johannesburg in September 1933, aged 37. I am not sure that he ever actually lived in Woking. After war service, he did aerial survey work and so he may have taken the photograph but he appears to have mainly worked abroad in South America, Burma and southern Africa. I also checked a Kelly’s Directory for Surrey for 1930 but Major Cochran-Patrick was not listed.



I and my colleagues have looked at the photos you emailed but we don’t recognise the house. I have also searched some 6 inch maps of the Woking area from 1934 and there certainly were some large houses with extensive gardens in the area but I couldn’t find one that appeared to be located in the position that your photograph shows. There are what appear to be two full size tennis courts marked out so it might be some sort of sports club or a hotel as it is a very large property to be a family home. It also appears to be in quite a rural area surrounded by fields so may be quite some way outside Woking itself. Unfortunately none of this helps identify where the property might be.



I am sorry we cannot help further on this occasion but certainly if you find any additional information regarding the house or a more specific location we will be happy to look again.



This enquiry has been answered in accordance with the requirements of the Freedom of Information Act (2000), Data Protection Act (1998) and the Environmental Information Regulations.



Yours sincerely

Justine Pearson

for Public Services and Engagement Manager



SURREY HISTORY CENTRE

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Class31
Saturday 4th of October 2014 05:42:48 PM
Hullo everyone. Thanks for taking the time to look into this one. I've had a good look at Brandon Park but I don't think this image shows that house. The Listed Building Description for Brandon Park doesn't match what can be seen here.



The original Aerofilms Ltd Register entry reads "Private Residence near Woking taken for Major Patrick". I suspect that's Major Cochran-Patrick who sat on Aerofilms Ltd's Board in the late 1920s.



Yours, Katy

Britain from Above Cataloguing Team Leader

Katy Whitaker
Monday 30th of June 2014 04:51:08 PM
This is now Brandon Country Park, which incorporates a nursing home.



This is located in Brandon, Suffolk, just west of Thetford.



http://www.brandoncountrypark.co.uk/



https://www.google.co.uk/maps/place/Brandon+Country+Park/@52.435119,0.624711,3a,75y,90t/data=!3m5!1e2!3m3!1s52374120!2e1!3e10!4m2!3m1!1s0x0:0x4ec4b648ba3b95f

Steve Cooper
Friday 13th of June 2014 01:17:10 AM
Any details? What were these buildings? Do they still exist?

If no, what hapenned to them as I cannot see them on maps

Elston
Wednesday 11th of June 2014 10:03:23 AM
As much as I'd like these buildings to be located I'm sorry to say that I can't see anything in the way of maps or photos to support this location. Brandon Park House does not appear to have changed drastically in shape or layout since the 1882 map and non of the buildings around the area pinned ever looked like this house.

Dave Brunt
Friday 13th of June 2014 01:17:10 AM
This looks as though it belong in the North-West Kent / Surrey area. Places such as Edenbridge for example.

Matthew Kinross
Saturday 26th of April 2014 03:12:49 PM
This is the same location as EPW034861. There is a possibility that EPW034862 is close by.

Class31
Wednesday 11th of September 2013 11:55:03 AM
See also EPW034861.

BigglesH
Wednesday 16th of January 2013 03:13:55 PM