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   Woking  Palace

      The ruins of Woking Palace are situated downstream
      from the parish church of St Peters Old Woking. The
      first mention of a house on the site was in 1272. The
      moated site was in a park used by Royal visitors
      including Henry the VIII.

      The Woking Palace photos are scanned black  and 
      white 35m negatives taken of the site in 1976 when
      I was a member of  the Mayford  History Society.   
      The photos were taken as a record  at that time and
      in the hope  that one day  the site would  attract the
      interest and protection  that  such a Royal, Historic 
      and Environmentally  important site  should achieve.

      Black and white prints and colour  transparancies are  
      now archived with the Lightbox museum in Woking

 

                                 

      

 
   Woking Palace 1976    
                      
       
                  Palace ruins 1976                             
        

               

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