London Road, Mitcham: Showing the Cricketers Inn
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|Partial / Incomplete Date||c.1868|
|Copyright 1||Tom Francis|
|Photographer / Origin of Photo||Tom Francis|
|Notes / History||George Samson and his son, Walter, ran a successful stagecoach firm, from premises to the rear of the White Hart pub (Hooden on the Green).
Carriages were available from 9am each day, travelling to the City in a matter of hours. The fare was 1 shilling and sixpence (7.5p) return, or a shilling (5p) one-way.