An early view of East Meon High Street. Glenthorne House can be seen in the distance, in the centre.
Detail of a Victorian engraving, showing the north side of Glenthorne House (on the left), not in those days painted white.
Early post card, showing Glenthorne beyond the dairy building. The hut to the left of the latter was used by a visiting fish-monger.
An early 20th century post card showing the shop, then run by David Coles.
Glenthorne House, left, and its neighbour, now called Brooklyn, flooded. Date unknown.
A view of the north side of Glenthorne House, which is less elaborate than the street front, probably because it was not 'on show'.
View from the High Street, date unknown.
Doorway, from the east. Date unknown.
After World War II, the yard of Glenthorne was a petrol station and motor repair shop.