Left; Joiners' Shop from Witley, Surrey. Centre; Carpenter's Shop from Windlesham, Surrey. Right; Pugmill House from Redford, Sussex.
The joiners' shop had space for twelve men to work in what became a monumental masonry and coffin making business belonging to the Mallard family.
The carpenter's shop still has many of the original tools in their places as found when Mr Dale, carpenter and undertaker, ceased trading.
A pugmill is a contrivance for tempering clay. An upright large open topped 'bucket' fitted with a vertical shaft with blades is turned by means of an attached horizontal beam with a horse at the other extremity. The rotating blades soften the clay so that it emerges from a hole at the base of the 'bucket' as a workable paste ready for brickmaking