ERLAM ROAD/ STOCKHOLM ROAD.

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ERLAM ROAD/ STOCKHOLM ROAD.

Postby kiwi » Mon Aug 02, 2021 11:42 pm

Erlam Road ran between Senegal Road and Haydock Road, all now lie under Millwall's pitch and the south stand at The New Den, this area was known as Mud Island.
Just like to add that a Senegal Road is shown on Google Maps by the bridge in Surrey Canal Road., other road maps show it as Senegal Way, maybe someone local can let us know.
Erlam Road. c.1960. Houses 5-7 on left, Senegal Road far end with houses 119-129.   X..png
Erlam Road. c.1960. Houses 5-7 on left,
Senegal Road far end with houses 119-129.

Stockholm Road, c1941.  The houses on the right are the rear of Bolina Road.  X..png
Stockholm Road, c1941., houses on the right are the rear of Bolina Road.



These houses were eventually demolished and replaced by prefabs towards the end of the war. In the late 1960s, the prefabs and the houses in the surrounding streets of Haydock Road, Senegal Road and Erlam Road were demolished giving way to Senegal Fields, now The New Den.

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