No problem Brian & thanks for that. Yes, I did slightly get it wrong but don’t tell the wife she keeps telling me I’m not PERFECT.
I think this could be by Albany Road with Humphrey Street to the left but not sure?
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- Sat Jun 24, 2017 8:47 am
- Forum: Buildings & Streets
- Topic: CLENNAM STREET/ AYRES STREET
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The Lord Clyde 27 Clennam Street SE1 This glorious Edwardian pub, built in 1913 and named after Crimean War hero, just off Marshalsea Road. Was the DUKE of KENT 1832-1910, renamed the Lord Clyde in 1922 after a rebuild. THE LORD CLYDE CLENNHAM ST. BOROUGH c1922.jpg The Lord Clyde Clennam Street Inte...
It is slightly confusing regarding Hatcham Manor as it covered such a large area both sides of New Cross Road. The Lodge as stated was in Kender Street but Kender Street was not there in the 1860s. Lodge, No.56 Kender Street, was built in 1858 by George England in the grounds of his railway engineer...