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  • Bid to build art deco style flats opposite nature reserve

    Bid to build art deco style flats opposite nature reserve0

    Developers want to demolish a two-storey, detached family home and build a three storey block of flats inspired by Surbiton railway station. The art deco style development – two one-bed studio flats in a basement, and two one-bed and three three-bed apartments across a further three floors – would be built in Oak Hill Grove

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  • YouTube film on Surbiton station

    YouTube film on Surbiton station0

    Train buff Jago Hazzard has posted a seven-minute video about the history of Surbiton railway station on his eponymous YouTube channel which has over 100,000 subscribers. Jago, who also has a Facebook page called Tales from the Tube, posts short films about public transport in and around London. His video Surbiton Station: An Art Deco

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  • Join group to enhance and improve Surbiton Station

    Join group to enhance and improve Surbiton Station0

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    • 11th February 2021

    The Friends of Surbiton Station group is now officially open for business! Anyone interested in helping to preserve and enhance the 1930s art-deco style station should visit www.kingstonletstalk.co.uk/surbiton-station for more information and to register their interest. “We are very aware that a number of local residents are keen to support our local station and that they would

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  • Become a friend of Surbiton’s famed art deco railway station

    Become a friend of Surbiton’s famed art deco railway station0

    Would you like to be part of a Friends of Surbiton Station group to help enhance the building and improve the environment for railway passengers? Well, you could join an online group being set up by Kingston Council. The council is keen to unite those interested in preserving and enhancing the art deco-style railway station,

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  • Storm plays havoc with time

    Storm plays havoc with time0

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    • 19th February 2020

    So fierce were the gusts from Storm Dennis, that the little hand on the iconic Surbiton station clocktower’s clock was knocked off… although it was well caught by slips five and six in the outfield. At least Surbitonians can still calculate by how many minutes they’ve missed their train. Many thanks to contributor and distributor

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