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ALBANY ROAD.

Postby kiwi » Fri Mar 31, 2017 10:37 pm

Albany Road, Burgess Park. Calmington Road first on right, then Secretan Road, third turning Kempshead Road. Both Secretan & Kempshead Roads have disappeared due to Burgess Park.
Albany Road, Burgess Park,Calmington Rd running right..jpg
Albany Road, Burgess Park,Calmington Rd running right.
ALBANY ROAD 1977.jpg
Been in this shop many times,My mate lived in the buildings.
Albany Road.jpg
Shop on corner of Albany Rd & Kempshead Road.

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Re: ALBANY ROAD.

Postby kiwi » Sat Apr 15, 2017 10:05 am

The long- disused William IV, on Albany Road was the last pub within the park before being demolished in 2010, It’s now an outdoor gym. It was memorably cloaked in ghostly white shortly before its demise – as part of another great Art in the Park community project.
Canal Street, beside the pub extends into the Burgess park and is currently used in part for parking. A section of the street extends beyond the park boundary fence. In the 1880s you would have been able to see at least 3 pubs from this, or almost any other, spot. Albany Road alone once had 11 drinking establishments, albeit some were very basic beer-shops, offering little more than shelter, a seat, and ale.
WILLIAM IV PUB ALBANY ROAD. 1848-1975..jpg
WILLIAM IV PUB ALBANY ROAD. 1848-1975
WILLIAM IV PUB MARCH 2010..jpg
WILLIAM IV PUB MARCH 2010

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Re: ALBANY ROAD.

Postby kiwi » Sat Apr 29, 2017 5:08 am

The Lake in Burgess Park.jpg
The Lake in Burgess Park c 1971

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Re: ALBANY ROAD.

Postby kiwi » Sun Jun 04, 2017 12:39 am

In the first picture of the lake (above) you can see a pub sign across Albany Road. Now know this to be The Duke of Edinburgh Pub, between Thurlow St & Bagshot St. On the side where the lake is, in this area of the picture was the Anchor Tap Pub.
Was The Duke of Edinburgh Pub,Albany Road. 2016.jpg
The Duke of Edinburgh was situated at 140 Albany Road. This pub is now used as a private house. 2016

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Re: ALBANY ROAD.

Postby kiwi » Sat Jun 24, 2017 9:11 am

Cunard St (Map1889), no longer there, it ran between Albany Rd & Neate St. Coming from Old Kent Road it was on the left just before Wells Way & opposite Villa St.
CUNARD STREET ALBANY ROAD 1889. X.jpg
CUNARD STREET ALBANY ROAD, MAP 1889.

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Re: ALBANY ROAD.

Postby kiwi » Tue Nov 07, 2017 10:40 pm

41 ALBANY ROAD..jpg
41 ALBANY ROAD.
THE PRINCE ALFRED PUB,ALBANY ROAD..jpg
THE PRINCE ALFRED PUB,41 ALBANY ROAD.. 1972.
Camberwell Fields,area where the Prince Albert Pub was..jpg
Camberwell Fields,area where the Prince Alfred Pub was 2017.

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Re: ALBANY ROAD.

Postby kiwi » Mon Nov 13, 2017 11:44 pm

Cunard St, Albany Road..jpg
Cunard St, Albany Road. Main Factory in Neate Street.


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