The recent aerial pictures of Marlow in the 1960s taken by the late Malcolm McIntyre-Ure seemed to have attracted a lot of interest and feedback, so I have found a few more.

Squeezing four onto one page would lose a lot of detail, so I will do one at a time, over the next month or so.

The first one, above, is a beauty, centring on Wethered’s Brewery.

I have marked a few points of interest, starting at the bottom and working upwards:

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1) Court Garden House, before alterations and extensions which included the swimming pool and Leisure Centre. The outbuildings behind, former stable blocks, housed a few small factories in those days, including an engineering company and a manufacturer of wooden toys.

2) The tennis courts, with 3) an almost deserted Pound Lane Car Park alongside.

4) The Bowling Green, with Higginson Park over the wall, and the original rather basic toilet block just visible.

5) The extensive Wethered’s Brewery site with its two chimneys, and stretching from the High Street right back to the loading bays adjoining Portlands Alley.

6) Currall’s High Street garage and car showrooms, with workshop buildings behind accessed from Institute Road.

7) Just off camera is Remnantz House, but this is the stable block with the clock tower and with grounds stretching south to Pound Lane. West Street car park is close by, a bit busier than the one at Pound lane.

8) Riley Park, but then known as the Riley Recreation Ground or just the “Rec”. The old shelter is just about visible, and well-remembered for its distinctive smell, better imagined than described.

9) Morris’ Field, now the Liston Road Car Park. Then, the property of Tom Morris Butchers.

10) The Rookery. This is obviously a couple of years before the photograph printed recently, since the estate is still intact and not yet (controversially) sold off for the Rookery Court development. Holy Trinity Church behind.

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11) The field behind Holy Trinity School, bordering onto Sandygate Road and with Seymour Court Road to the left. Dean Street can be seen to have been widened and rebuilt, so, along with the clue regarding the Rookery, a date of 1964 would seem about right for this photograph.

Two weeks ago, the group photo in this column resulted in many phone calls and emails, and we now know most of the missing names.

My guess that it was a Chamber of Trade function was not quite correct: it was in fact members of the Marlow Traders Darts Club, who raised a lot of money for local charities.

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