Posted on Wednesday, April 24, 2019

This week, take a trip back to 1900 at another location along Station Road in West Drayton. The photos are taken from the corner of Church Road looking in the direction of the town centre. In the 1900 photo, centre left, you can see what was West Drayton National School (built 1859, closed 1946 and demolished in 1962), which is now West Drayton Library. The original foundation stone has been placed in the wall of the library car park. The large houses on the right had side of the photo (opposite the junction of Church Road) were originally on De Burgh Crescent which then became part of Station Road.

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