Woking Cenotaph

Woking Cenotaph is in Woking town square. Woking is a commuter town (28 mins by train to Waterloo) in Surrey. It looks remarkably like Toy Town as you approach it by road, and it has some interesting multi story car parks where the incoming cars have to cross with outgoing ones. The memorial is located in the recently renovated town square. I chose a sunny day for my visit.

Copyright: Phil Whitten
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 9932x4966
Taken: 05/09/2012
Uploaded: 19/03/2013
Updated: 23/03/2013


Tags: woking; cenotaph; memorial; surrey; toytown; square
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