Sketch of Brooklyn (centre), Glenthorne (left) and Clare and Francis cottages by Tricia Blakstad for village guide leaflet, 1982
Post card of the High Street, with what are now Francis and Clare Cottages in the right. Brooklyn is next to them and Glenthorne beyond it.
Brooklyn House, East Meon, where Luke Merritt lived.
Brooklyn Francis & Clare Cottages and The New Inn. Displayed on the corner of The New Inn is 'Crowley and Co, Alton Ales and Stouts'. (The triangular structure in what is now Washer's Triangle is a well-head.)
Brooklyn and Glenthorne (High Street)
High Street, Brooklyn, and car. F.U.Sergeant
Brooklyn & Glenthorne House flooded, early 1950s
Brooklyn and Glenthorne House in snow, 2010
Brooklyn & river bank dressed in bunting, photo by Adrian Pelly
The house today named ‘Brokly’ Is situated next to Glenthorne, the most important private house in East Meon, and in the 19th century was the home of the village surgeon, William Pink. Click here for more information about the Pink family.