The Blackheath Society | 17324. ARM, Kidbrooke, 1930-36
Created 2-Apr-18
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A.R. Martin, a founding member of the Blackheath Society in 1937, was an extraordinary photographer both in technique and in his selection of photographic subjects. A polymath, with a vast range of interests, he had a particular affinity for Kidbrooke.

During the 1920s and 30s, when Kidbrooke was undergoing large-scale urban development he recorded the rapidly changing landscape.

The Kidbrooke which he photographed at those period is unrecognisable in the Kidbrooke of today.
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Keywords:A.R.Martin, Kidbrook, Kidbrooke, farm, farmland, farms, pond, ponds