EPW026076 ENGLAND (1929). Brenchley Gardens and Maidstone East Railway Station, Maidstone, 1929

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Title [EPW026076] Brenchley Gardens and Maidstone East Railway Station, Maidstone, 1929
Reference EPW026076
Date April-1929
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Place name MAIDSTONE
Parish
District
Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 575878, 156087
Longitude / Latitude 0.52188999601063, 51.276233708003
National Grid Reference TQ759561

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The Queen's Own Royal West Kent Regiment Cenotaph, a First World War memorial dedicated to members of the Queen's Own Royal West Kent Regiment and located in Brenchley Gardens, Maidstone, Kent. Unveiled in 1921, the memorial was designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens following his design for the Cenotaph on Whitehall in London and is today a grade II* listed building. The towns war memorial is located in The Broadway.

I in the sky
Thursday 14th of October 2021 01:16:54 PM
St Faiths Church

Alison C
Friday 23rd of July 2021 12:59:35 AM
Gatehouse to Brenchley Gardens, bombed and subsequently demolished in WWII

evelyn palmer
Monday 30th of March 2020 08:10:03 AM
Maidstone's main memorial to the fallen of the Great War.

Kentishman
Wednesday 14th of November 2018 02:55:18 PM
E Mason & Co Ltd, Waterside Brewery. Closed late 1950's and demolished.

Stu Giles
Monday 21st of May 2018 08:39:02 PM
See image EAW021788 to see how the station had changed in 20 years, between April 1929 and April 1949.

Kentishman
Wednesday 9th of September 2015 08:12:59 PM
All of this area containing the locomotive shed, turntable and coaling stage is now the station car park.

Kentishman
Wednesday 9th of September 2015 07:44:24 PM
Looks like another ex SE&CR birdcage guard's luggage van.

Kentishman
Wednesday 9th of September 2015 07:39:06 PM
Possibly an old SE&CR 'Birdcage' luggage guards van. See Bluebell Railway - http://www.bluebell-railway.co.uk/bluebell/pics/1601.html

Kentishman
Sunday 28th of September 2014 06:20:57 AM
Vehicle looks like a steam roller.

Kentishman
Friday 5th of September 2014 08:22:40 PM
These three oasts were part of the Kent Messenger offices and printing press that was lost in a fire in 1967. This site is now occupied by Brenchley House. The Kent Messenger relocated to its then new offices and press at New Hythe Lane in Larkfield.

Kentishman
Friday 5th of September 2014 10:17:09 AM

Kentishman
Friday 5th of September 2014 10:10:05 AM

Kentishman
Friday 5th of September 2014 10:09:27 AM
Fremlins brewery.

JimP
Wednesday 6th of November 2013 02:39:40 PM
This appears to be a malthouse with three pyramidal kilns.

JimP
Wednesday 6th of November 2013 02:35:31 PM