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Lynsted with Kingsdown Society Archive of Postcards
Agricultural Images Pickers in a traditional Cherry Orchard: posing with baskets & ladders Hop Kiln Group: Middle is Grandad Edward Charles Friday and 'Tiddles' Frank Baldock on left
  Pickers in a Hop Garden  
Cellar Hill Edie Wigg, long-time resident of Cellar Hill and the Parish Looking east along Cellar Hill - about 1900
  Mabel Sherwood with her Dog - c.1920 Man by gaslight may be Cliff Nye's Dad. Apple tree possibly a "Warner King" Looking northwards along Cellar Hill
Churches Sts Peter and Paul, Lynsted Village - "A Former View" - internal view of altar Greenstreet Methodist Hall in its Lynsted Lane setting (gable-ended building far left)
  Sts Peter and Paul, Lynsted Village - Nave and Aisle Kingsdown Medieaval Church (replaced by the Welby Pugin design that exists today)
  Sts Peter and Paul, Lynsted Village - pot-bellied stove and boxed pews St Andrews, Greenstreet Hill
  Sts Peter and Paul, Lynsted Village - south path and porch St Andrew's within a westward view along Greenstreet hill
  Sts Peter and Paul, Lynsted Village - south porch Wesleyan Hall in Greenstreet later given several other uses - such as a snooker hall run by 'Kisser Kemsley' - 1910
  Sts Peter and Paul, Lynsted Village - south porch Wesleyan Hall looking west along Greenstreet
  Sts Peter and Paul, Lynsted Village - south porch - coloured Wesleyan Hall again looking west along Greenstreet
  Sts Peter and Paul, Lynsted Village - south porch - in 1907 Teynham Church (St Mary) on Postcard of 28 December 1915
  Lynsted Parish War Memorial (WW1 and WW2) Teynham Church (St Mary) - hand coloured
  Borden Church with Norman Doorway Teynham Church (St Mary) - black and white view
  Faversham Parish Church (St Mary) and Old Grammar School and Shooting Meadow Teynham Church (St Mary) - in 1906
  Wychling Church Teynham Church (St Mary) - black and white
Greenstreet (both sides) Lynsted Lane pre-1976 - children in view include Stuart Roper Dixon and Dr Selby's daughters Greenstreet about 1905 - First motor mail service to Sittingbourne
  Greenstreet - Cynicus comic sketch Greenstreet Butchers
  Greenstreet Hill in 1912 - house on left is now a bungalow Greenstreet Hill - Blean Beagles on a New Year's Day Hunt
  Greenstreet Hill - Jubilee Pump with St Andrew's in distant view Greenstreet Hill view eastward with Church of St Andrew (demolished long since)
  Greenstreet Hill view eastward from Station Road Greenstreet Hill view westward with Church of St Andrew
  Greenstreet - Lynsted Lane Greenstreet - Lynsted Lane looking north - circa 1905
  Greenstreet - Corner of Station Road - Mr W Rye Garage Greenstreet - parade of shops viewed westward with the Cooperative Store in view
  Greenstreet - rear of 'The Laurels' - 22nd September 1916 Greenstreet - Teynham Arms - East Kent Brewery oon corner of Station Road
  Greenstreet - The George - Sittingbourne to Greenstreet Bus Greenstreet - view East from the "Fox Inn"
  Greenstreet - view eastward near George Inn Greenstreet - view eastward outside Hunt's Stores
  Greenstreet - view westward "Dover Castle" coaching inn, Jubilee Pump Greenstreet - view eastwards outside Hunt's Stores
  Greenstreet - view west from snooker hall of 'Kisser Kemsley' in 1910 Greenstreet - view westward
  Greenstreet - view Westward from Wesleyan Chapel Greenstreet - view westward outside New House Farm and Hunt's Stores opposite
  Greenstreet - view westward outside Read's Stores Greenstreet - view westward outside Wesleyan Chapel
  Greenstreet - view westward "The George" and old Co-operative store (later burnt down) Greenstreet - Village view westward
Hamlets Bogle Hamlet - view with "mystery cottage" immediately left Bogle House - AD 1643
  Dadmans House - front door Erriotwood - St Christophers
  Loyterton Farmhouse Toll Lane - Lynsted
  Nouds - Nouds House  
Kingsdown Medieaval Parish Church Kingsdown - Oast
Lynsted Village Lynsted Court Lynsted Court
  Lynsted Court Lynsted Lodge
  Lynsted Park - The Avenue Lynsted Vicarage - 30th November 1912
  Anchor House (or sometimes Old House) Anchor House- dated 5 February 1912
  Batteries Oast House - from East Kent Womens Institute The Batteries - farmhouse
  Berkeley House and Windmill Berkeley House
  Berkeley House - Gardens Berkeley House - garden in 1930
  "Black Lion" Public House Berkeley House - Windmill
  Church views - see above "Churches" "Black Lion" - four views in 1960's - used as Morris Phillips' business card
  Hillside and Anchor House Forge - hand coloured in 1905
  Hillside and Anchor House The Pond - hand coloured
  Ludgate Lane - dated 31 May 1943 Hillside House
  Ludgate Lane - view eastward Ludgate Lane - view East
  Old school and "Black Lion" Lynsted Village Multiview card
  Village Primary School in 1928 Old school and "Black Lion"
  Village Primary Schools from field opposite in c.1900 The "Black Lion" Public House
  The Forge The Forge and Myrtle House
  The Street - view north, dated 26 January 1905 The Street - View North including Post Office and Church
  The Street - view northwards to Church The Street - view south including Post Office
Nearby Places Bapchild - Hempsted House Borden Church - with Norman Doorway
  Conyer Creek - brick and cement works and railway spur Conyer Creek - sailing barges moored
  Conyer Creek - "Ship Inn" - Rigdens Ales Doddington Place
  Faversham Parish Church and Old Grammar School and Shooting Meadow Faversham - "Syndale"
  Gore Court - Sittingbourne Lewson Street - Scene
  Lewson Street - Scene in 1910 Lewson Street - "The Plough"
  Lewson Street - "The Plough Tavern" Milsted - Street Scene
  Newnham - Calico House Sharsted Court - frontage in 1909
  Sharsted Court - rear view in 1909 Sharsted Plantation - Walk
  Sittingbourne - Lloyds Paper Mills - 3rd July 1909 Sittingbourne - Park Road and Police Station
  Teynham, Barrow Green - view eastward Teynham Church - See "Churches" above
  Teynham, Barrow Green - Draymen at "Station Inn" Teynham - "New Gardens" Empire Day parade on 24 May 1904
  Teynham - Railway Cottages with school children in foreground Teynham Railway - Cynicus comic card 'local express' Teynham to London 1908
  Teynham, Barrow Green - "Railway Inn" Teynham Schools
  Teynham Station Teynham Station, 8 July 1919 - Merchant navy Capt. Charles Fryatt's body passes through Teynham Station. He was executed in Belgium by German court martial. An image of the man can be seen here. The Society has gathered some reports from that time to explain (PDF).
  Teynham Station - London platform Teynham Station Office
  Teynham Station Platform Teynham Station Road - Anchor Coffee Tavern view southward
  Teynham Station Road - view northward Teynham Station Road - view south
  Wychling Church