- Woods the Grocer's in Castle Square- (BS0351) Of the 5 people in the shop door, as you look at the picture, old Mr Wood, and behind him his friend from Chalgrove Alice Fidget. Young Mr John Wood stands in the doorway. Man with apron is Sammy Lawrence, who apparently sang so loud off-key that the Vicar invited him not to come to Church! The boy on the left is thought to be Tommy Selwood. Boy on extreme right with bike is one of the Harbor boys who lived in a house opposite.
- Cow and her calf, -Quaker corner, Rokemarsh- (BS0332) Grazing cow with calf in lane. Journey's End (cottage on left) was originally two farm cottages belonging to Brook Farm, Benson. The farm was auctioned by Franklin and Gale in 1919. The cottages and much of the land between there and Hale Road and Watlington Road were bought by the County Council as a smallholding and the cottages were knocked into one. By the time the Webbs lived here, the land was let separately from the cottage which was sold in 1979. The land was sold in 1983 to Mr Belcher of Hale Farm. From Geoff Williams, Rokemarsh: “The cottage on the left of the picture is Journey’s End. The current owner (2003) is Mr Sherwin Smith. The one on the right was originally 3 cottages, then 2, the one nearest the lane becoming derelict. In the 1950s the Webbs lived in the rear cottage and their son in Journeys End. The right hand cottage was destroyed by fire in 1985, and is in 2003 the location of Meadow View"
- Castle Farm (Mr West’s) - (BS0504) The area behind the farmhouse on which Horseshoe Lane is now built. The old British School and the roofs of Littleworth are visible in the background. It is thought Mr Bertie West is the person to the extreme left of the photo. Peter Clarke recalls collecting fresh milk in a jug from the farmhouse door as a child in the 1940s