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Aldworth was built in the French-Gothic style in 1869 by Sir John Knowles on the site of an old inn and today is protected by a Grade One listing. Here he would entertain many of his literary friends including George Eliot and Henry James. Debris from the aircraft reached as far as Fernden Lane in the woodland. and the estimated time of arrival at Heathrow Airport was 10.10 p.m. There were no survivors from a total complement of 30 passengers and 7 crew" Nearby Fernhurst village became an operational centre with the village hall used as a temporary mortuary and the youth club opened with food and drink provided by the local WVRS for the emergency crews. WEY INDUSTRY • Introduction • Watermills • Flour & Bread • Fulling & Cloth • Chilworth Gunpowder Mills • Charcoal Making • Brewing • Papermaking • Ice Houses . Several fires started by ignited aviation fuel broke out in the densely wooded hillside which were tackled by the concerted efforts of firemen from Haslemere, Grayshott, Liphook and Guildford. "Debris from the aircraft was scattered over the whole of the 355 yards of its passage. THE WEY NAVIGATIONS • Introduction • History • The Godalming Navigation • The Wey Navigation . RIVER TRANSPORT • Introduction • Lock • Barges • Life on the Barges • The Horse- drawn IONA . As you would expect of such a distinguished property Aldworth has seven bedrooms, a library and dining and drawing rooms with lofty 12ft billiard room. The estate, which today covers 12 acres and has extensive gardens, a covered swimming pool, a helicopter hanger with a retractable helipad, also has a Grade Two Listed four-bedroomed cottage.

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WEY PLACES • Introduction • More About ALTON • More About FARNHAM • More About GODALMING • More About WEYBRIDGE • More About BROOKLANDS . Tennyson's bedroom on the first floor features a void above the ceiling to ensure that he never heard footsteps from the floor above. The poet died at the house in 1892, reportedly with a book of Shakespeare in his hand. The distinctive sandstone-built house with its steep mansard roofs, tall spiky dormer windows and huge chimney stacks, featured what was then the modern luxury of piped hot water and of which it is said Tennyson so enjoyed taking up to three baths a day. A garage was destroyed and the roof of Upper Blackdown House in the estate was badly damaged. The weather at the time was slightly misty with intermittent drizzle but there was reasonable visibility.