EPW040464 ENGLAND (1932). Cranford House, Harlington, 1932

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Title [EPW040464] Cranford House, Harlington, 1932
Reference EPW040464
Date September-1932
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Place name HARLINGTON
Parish
District
Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 510090, 178134
Longitude / Latitude -0.41409688936552, 51.490936600882
National Grid Reference TQ101781

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MB
Sunday 20th of October 2013 09:43:49 AM
Obviously a good day to hang out your Long Johns!!

Vauni
Tuesday 18th of June 2013 09:51:41 AM
The house itself was demolished some time in the late 1930s, and is now part of Cranford Park, but these buildings and the church still survive.

Isleworth1961
Wednesday 22nd of May 2013 02:34:53 PM
The date of demolition is given as 1944 on the London Gardens Online Website, The London Borough of Hillingdon website says 1945.

Class31
Monday 21st of October 2013 09:12:43 AM
Cranford House was owned by the Berkeley family of Berkeley Castle in Berkeley, Gloucestershire. Hence we get the nearby Berkeley Arms Hotel in Cranford (now renamed, and this replaced an earlier establishment near Cranford Bridge), and Berkeley School and Berkeley Waye in Heston.

Isleworth1961
Wednesday 22nd of May 2013 02:28:00 PM