Walking into Tunbridge Wells town.


This is a bit of an update on previous history blogs around Tunbridge Wells.


Starting at the Grosvenor Bridge end of Goods Station Road, after the large development on the actual Goods Station, the four new houses where Wheeler’s Garage used to be.


The unchanging facade of the former Baltic Saw Mill, now Southpaw.


The new properties where Jiskoot used to be.

The demolition (sadly)  of the John Jarvis office and ‘Belgrave Villa’, and all the buildings in the John Jarvis yard.


Repainting of the shops that remain at rear of Royal Victoria Shopping Centre, in Victoria Road.


Finally, in town, we have Poundland on the corner where ‘Quality Seconds’ (‘Store Twenty One’) and the building society were. The central part of ‘Fiveways’ has also been repaved. Photos of that may look nicer on a sunny day.



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