Title ID 1584Collection ID341
TitleOld Surrey Watermills
Date1962 - 1963
CollectionLangridge Collection
Genre/TypeAmateurIndependent AmateurNon-fictionAlbum/Journal
ThemeRural Life Working Life
KeywordsBuildings Cultural Heritage Rivers Rural Areas
LocalNutfield Dorking Leatherhead Fetcham Cobham Croydon Waddon Beddington Wallington Mitcham Morden Merton Paddington Netley Shalford Elstead Guildford Stoke Newark Snowdenham Pirbright Pickford Thorpe Bagshot
RegionalSurrey Greater London
NationalEngland United Kingdom
ProductionN.C. Langridge
CameraN.C. Langridge
FormatMixed Colour and Black & White Silent
Copyright & AccessCopyright restrictions apply, contact Screen Archive South East for details


A compilation of static views showing a series of water mills from across Surrey, intercut with titles denoting location.


Mills on the river Mole

Kings Mill Nutfield; Planchford Mill; Wonham Mill 1740-1914; Castle Mill. Dorking; Miltoncourt Mill, Westcott; Parsonage Mill, Dorking; ’Pippbrook Mill, Dorking’; Pixham Mill, Dorking; Leatherhead Mill; Fetcham Mill; Cobham Mill

Mills on the river Wandle

Croydon Town streets and sites; Waddon Mill; an industrial building and park; Beddington Mill; Wallington Mill; Mitcham Mill; Grove Mill, Mitcham; Ravensbury Mill; Mitcham; Morden Hall Mill; Merton Mill

Mills on the Tillingbourne

Friday Street; Cranes Mill; Paddington Mill; Gomshall Mill; Netley Mill; Shalford Mill

Mills on the river Wey

Willey Mill; High Mill, Farnham; Elstead Mill; Guildford Mill; Stoke Mill; Newark Mill ruins; Snowdenham Mill; Pirbright Mill; Heath Mill; Pickford Mill

Mills on the Bourne Brook

Thorpe Mill; Bagshot Mill; Chobham Mill

Mills on the river Eden

Hedgecourt Mill; Leigh Mill; Godstone; Oxted Mill; Coltsford Mill; Haxted Mill

Mills on the Hoggsmill river

Upper Mill, Carshalton. The END.


A colour still image taken from TID 1584, showing a wide view of the Wandle Mill adjacent to the River Wandle. 
A colour still image taken from TID 1584 showing an urban street flanked by shops in central Croydon. The spire of Croydon Town hall can be seen in the middle distance, towering over a row of buildings. A local bus in yellow and white livery is in the far background.