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CHILTON GROVE

Postby kiwi » Sun Jan 20, 2019 1:52 am

The Yeoman Public House, Chilton Street, Lower Road,Bermondsey 1938.jpg
The Yeoman Public House, Chilton Street, now Chilton Grove, destroyed in an air raid  2.jpg
The Yeoman Public House, Chilton Street 1938, now called Chilton Grove, was destroyed in an air raid. Picture taken from Croft Street.

The Yeoman Pub(sitre of),Chilton Grove, from Croft Street,  2017.jpg
The Yeoman Pub(site of),Chilton Grove, from Croft Street, 2017.

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Re: CHILTON GROVE

Postby kiwi » Wed Feb 13, 2019 3:00 am

Earl Pumping Station, Chilton Grove, under construction in 1941.
Chilton Grove, Earl Pumping Station,under construction in 1941. 1.jpg
Chilton Grove, Earl Pumping Station,under construction in 1941. 2.jpg

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Re: CHILTON GROVE

Postby kiwi » Wed Apr 07, 2021 3:23 am

In c1761 the Surrey Quays area was still open fields, with only one dock. The Earl’s Sluice ran next to Rogue Lane (Plough Way 2020.) flowing into the Thames near ‘The New Dock’. Rogue Lane as changed names over the years, Plough Lane 1830. Plough Road from Lower Road to Surrey Canal, then from Surrey Canal to the Thames, London Street c1860. By the 1950s it was all called Plough Way and still is today 2021. The Red House to the right is now Grove Street.
Chilton Grove, c2020. The Earl Pumping Station, still helping to keep the Sluice and Earl Main Sewer flowing.  X.png
Chilton Grove, c2020. The Earl Pumping Station, still helping to keep the Sluice and Earl Main Sewer flowing.
Plough Way formerly Rogue Lane (c1761) Chilton Grove left out of picture.  X.png
Rogue Lane (c1761) Chilton Grove left out of picture.


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