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| Building||Test||Image system maintenance - temporary test marker||Chris Sharpe|
| Building||Mitcham Methodist Church||A rare example of a post-war Grade II listed church with a distinctive zigzag roof. Completed in 1960 by architects Edward Mills and Partners.||Tony Burton|
| Building||Dovecote||Mitcham's oldest building - the listed dovecote dates to 1511 and is one of the last physical remains of medieval use of the site. ||Tony Burton|
| Building||Mitcham Cricket Pavilion||The home of Mitcham Cricket Club and serving the cricket ground where the game has been played every season without a break for longer than anywhere in the world - since 1685. Locally listed. Opened 1904.||Tony Burton|
| Building||Wandle Industrial Museum||A treasure trove of information, models, photos and displays about the remarkable story of the Wandle Valley - volunteer run and open Wednesday and Sunday afternoons||Tony Burton|
| View||Mitcham War Memorial||Now Grade II Listed.||Wade |
| View||John's Place, Church Path||Houses where the front door opens onto the pavement, were once quite common in Mitcham. The only street that still has houses like this is Church Path. The terrace of houses called John's Place is shown in this photo. ||Wade |