This is a photograph of an older photographic image. It is believed that the image was photographed by PEW Street c1920-1950.
When the original photograph was taken the pool was in the grounds of the mill but by the time PEW Street photographed the existing image it had become part of Effingham Lodge.
The photographer's notes state: 'Copy. View of the lake by Effingham Lodge. Looking N.E. Glimpse of the mill in the near distance. Compare with No 1300. Poplars also visible. From a photograph is the possession of the Misses Snelling. Taken by R. V. Harman. Described as the garden of the Old Mill-House, St Mary Cray. This became part of that of Effingam Lodge'. [No 1300 refers to BB70/02159]
There is an additional note stating: 'The Old Flour Mill and the Mill-house were demolished about 1885?'.
© Historic England Archive
People & Organisations
Photographer: Harman, R V
Creator of Archive: Street, Philip Edmund Wills
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