Arngask Road, SE6

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At the back of 10 West Grove Lane on the staircase leading to what was Grove House (now Hamilton House) is a large bath stone slab with an steel circular ring set into the flagstone. This stone can be lifted and underneath is a partially excavated tunnel. The cavity was never excavated when I lived here bit there was an ongoing story of smugglers tunnels and potential links to the Blackheath Caverns. Or perhaps it was just a massive coal shute.

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It’s still feeling very humid across London this evening after last night’s thunderstorms across the south of England.


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Shoppers cheating the system by using carrots to buy avocados in self-service scanners
Shoppers are reportedly stealing expensive avocados by passing them off as carrots at self-service tills.

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Bromley raids: Seven men charged after night-time burglary investigation
Seven men have been charged with burglary offences after a Bromley Police investigation into night-time burglaries.

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Two people taken to hospital after car crash in West Wickham
Two people have been taken to hospital and a main road closed after a crash in West Wickham.

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People are objecting again to plans for a care home in St Mary Cray

A contentious scheme to build a care home in a residential St Mary Cray street has been proposed again.


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Man charged over series of sexual assaults in south east London
A man has been charged over a series of sex attacks across south-east London.

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First pictures of cyclist killed at ’crossing of death’ released as police search for answers
A police investigation has been launched as police release images of the cyclist killed at a roundabout in Greenwich.

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17-storey tower in Abbey Wood set to be approved
Plans for a major redevelopment scheme including a 17-storey tower in Abbey Wood are set to be given the go ahead by Greenwich councillors.

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Rail staff have been suffering abuse from passengers due to timetable problems

Huge changes to train timetables have resulted in rail staff being verbally abused by commuters.


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Armed police in Greenwich over reports of shooting

Armed police have been spotted in Greenwich over reports of a shooting.


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School pal of mum murdered in Bromley pays moving tribute to ’really good friend’

The friend of a mum found murdered in Bromley has paid tribute to her former school pal.


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Game of Thrones star says author of The Bromley Boys was an inspiration

The main character of new The Bromley Boys film has praised the author who inspired the project.


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Husband arrested after mum’s suspected murder in Bromley

The estranged husband of the mum found murdered in Bromley has handed himself in.


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VIEW THE CATFORD AREA IN THE 1750s
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VIEW THE CATFORD AREA IN THE 1800s
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VIEW THE CATFORD AREA IN THE 1830s
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VIEW THE CATFORD AREA IN THE 1860s
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Catford

Catford is an area in the London Borough of Lewisham.

The name is said to derive from wildcats at a crossing of the River Ravensbourne. Catford’s most prominent landmark is the Catford Cat, a giant fibreglass sculpture of a black cat above the entrance to the Catford Centre. This is a small shopping centre, housing Tesco and Iceland supermarkets as well as independent shops in the punningly-named Catford Mews. There is a street market on Catford Broadway. Catford has several pubs and a variety of non-chain restaurants and cafes.

Lewisham Council’s town hall and local government offices are located in Catford, near a crossroads of the Catford Gyratory road system. The art deco Broadway theatre adjoins the town hall. The only cinema in the borough stood opposite the theatre until its closure in 2002, while Catford’s public library is on another corner.

Catford is well connected for public transport, with two adjacent stations where railway lines cross (but do not interchange). Catford railway station is on the route between Blackfriars station and Sevenoaks via Bromley South, while Catford Bridge railway station is on the Mid-Kent line to Hayes from Charing Cross and Cannon Street stations. As well as the railway stations there is Catford bus garage, providing many routes towards Central London and out towards Bromley.


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PHOTOS OF THE AREA
The back gardens of Hazelbank Road (1915):   The view from the rear of 133 Hazelbank Road in Lewisham across Shroffold’s Farm, 1915


NEARBY STREETS AND BUILDINGS ON THE UNDERGROUND MAP
A21, SE6 · Abbotshall Road, SE6 · Adam Close, SE6 · Adolf Street, SE6 · Aitken Road, SE6 · Allerford Road, SE6 · Ardfilan Road, SE6 · Ardfillan Road, SE6 · Ardgowan Road, SE6 · Ardley Close, SE6 · Ardoch Road, SE6 · Arkindale Road, SE6 · Arngask Road, SE6 · Arnulf Street, SE6 · Arran Road, SE6 · Athelney Street, SE6 · Balloch Road, SE6 · Bankhurst Road, SE6 · Bargery Road, SE6 · Bargrove Crescent, SE6 · Barmeston Road, SE6 · Barrow Court, SE6 · Battersby Road, SE6 · Baudwin Road, SE6 · Beckenham Hill Road, SE6 · Beckenham Hill, SE6 · Beechfield Road, SE6 · Bellingham Green, SE6 · Bellingham Road, SE6 · Benin Street, SE13 · Birdwood Avenue, SE13 · Birkhall Road, SE6 · Blashford Street, SE13 · Blythe Close, SE6 · Blythe Hill Lane, SE6 · Blythe Hill, SE6 · Blythe Vale, SE6 · Bosbury Road, SE6 · Boundfield Road, SE6 · Bourneside Gardens, SE6 · Bournville Road, SE6 · Bowness Road, SE6 · Bradgate Road, SE6 · Braidwood Road, SE6 · Britton CLose, SE6 · Broadfield Road, SE6 · Broadmead, SE6 · Bromley Road, SE6 · Brookdale Road, SE13 · Brookdale Road, SE6 · Brookehowse Road, SE6 · Brownhill Road, SE6 · Broxted Road, SE6 · Burford Road, SE6 · Burleigh Walk, SE6 · Callander Road, SE6 · Cameron Road, SE6 · Canadian Avenue, SE6 · Carstairs Road, SE6 · Carswell Road, SE6 · Casslee Road, SE6 · Castillon Road, SE6 · Catford Contraflow Bus Lane, SE6 · Catford Hill, SE6 · Catford, SE6 · Charsley Road, SE6 · Chestnut Close, SE6 · Chilthorne Close, SE6 · Clarens Street, SE6 · Conisborough Crescent, SE6 · Conisborough Cresent, SE6 · Cowden Street, SE6 · Cowdrey Mews, SE6 · Crantock Road, SE6 · Crutchley Road, SE6 · Cudham Street, SE6 · Culverley Road, SE6 · Cumberland Place, SE12 · Cumberland Place, SE6 · Daneby Road, SE6 · Daneswood Avenue, SE6 · Datchet Road, SE6 · Doggett Road, SE13 · Doggett Road, SE6 · Dowanhill Road, SE6 · Dunfield Gardens, SE6 · Dunfield Road, SE6 · Ector Road, SE6 · Elfrida Crescent, SE6 · Elfrida Cresent, SE6 · Elm Lane, SE6 · Elmer Road, SE6 · Engleheart Road, SE6 · Eros House Shops, SE6 · Evans Road, SE6 · Exbury Road, SE6 · Farley Mews, SE6 · Farley Road, SE6 · Farmstead Road, SE6 · Faversham Road, SE6 · Firhill ROad, SE6 · First Second Floor, SE6 · Fordel Road, SE6 · Fordmill Road, SE6 · Forster Park Prim Sch, SE6 · Further Green Road, SE12 · Further Green Road, SE6 · Ghent Street, SE6 · Gilton Road, SE6 · Glenfarg Road, SE6 · Glenwood Road, SE6 · Gramsci Way, SE6 · Grangemill Road, SE6 · Grangemill Way, SE6 · Greenside Close, SE6 · Hawkins Way, SE6 · Hawstead Road, SE13 · Hawstead Road, SE6 · Hazlebank Road, SE6 · Heather Close, SE13 · Helvetia Street, SE6 · Hexal Road, SE6 · Highfield Close, SE13 · Holbeach Road, SE6 · Honley Road, SE6 · Inchmery Road, SE6 · Iona Close, SE4 · Iona Close, SE6 · Jutland Road, SE6 · Killearn Road, SE6 · King Alfred Avenue, SE6 · Knapmill Road, SE6 · Knapmill Way, SE6 · Laleham Road, SE6 · Leof Crescent, SE6 · Longdown Road, SE6 · Longhill Road, SE6 · Lullingstone Lane, SE13 · Lushington Road, SE6 · Lutwyche Road, SE6 · Maroons Way, SE6 · Medusa Road, SE13 · Medusa Road, SE6 · Meliot Road, SE6 · Merchiston Road, SE6 · Meridian Court, SE6 · Minard Road, SE6 · Montacute Road, SE6 · Mordred Road, SE6 · Moremead Road, SE6 · Morena Street, SE6 · Mountfield Close, SE13 · Mountfield Close, SE6 · Muirkirk Road, SE6 · Muncies Mews, SE6 · Nelgarde Road, SE6 · Neuchatel Road, SE6 · Newquay Road, SE6 · Nyon Grove, SE6 · Oak Cottage Close, SE6 · Oakview Road, SE6 · Orford Road, SE6 · Oslac Road, SE6 · Otterden Street, SE6 · Overdown Road, SE6 · Park Piazza, SE13 · Passfields, SE6 · Pasture Road, SE6 · Patrol Place, SE6 · Pattenden Road, SE6 · Penberth Road, SE6 · Penderry Rise, SE6 · Penerley Road, SE6 · Perry Hill, SE6 · Perry Rise, SE26 · Perry Rise, SE6 · Persant Road, SE6 · Plassy Road, SE6 · Playgreen Way, SE6 · Polecroft Lane, SE6 · Polsted Road, SE6 · Pool Court, SE6 · Primrose Close, SE6 · Railway Children Walk, SE6 · Randlesdown Road, SE6 · Rathfern Road, SE6 · Ravensbourne Park Crescent, SE6 · Ravensbourne Park, SE6 · Ravensbourne Road, SE6 · Ravensbourne, SE6 · Redfern Road, SE6 · Ringstead Buildings, SE6 · Ringstead Road, SE6 · Riverview Park, SE6 · Rosenthal Road, SE6 · Rubens Street, SE6 · Rushey Green, SE6 · Rutland Park, SE6 · Rutland Walk, SE6 · Saint Fillans Road, SE6 · Sandhurst Market, SE6 · Sandhurst Parade, SE6 · Sandhurst Road, SE6 · Sangley Road, SE6 · Savacentre Approach Road, SE6 · Savacentre Car Park Approach Rd, SE26 · Scrooby Street, SE6 · Sedge Hill School, SE6 · Sedgehill Road, BR3 · Sedgehill Road, SE6 · Sedgeway, SE6 · Selworthy Road, SE6 · Shorndean Street, SE6 · Silver Birch Close, SE6 · Silvermere Road, SE6 · South Park Crescent, SE6 · South Park Cresent, SE6 · Southend Lane, SE26 · Southend Lane, SE6 · Sportsbank Street, SE6 · St Fillans Road, SE6 · St Georges Parade, SE6 · St Mildreds Road, SE12 · Stable Mews, SE6 · Stainton Road, SE6 · Station Buildings, SE6 · Steve Biko Lane, SE6 · Swallands Road, SE6 · Sycamore Grove, SE6 · Thomas Lane, SE6 · Thornsbeach Road, SE6 · Thurbarn Road, SE6 · Tibbenham Place, SE6 · Torridon Road, SE6 · Tudor Sports & Social Club, SE12 · Tugela Street, SE6 · Verdant Lane, BR1 · Verdant Lane, SE12 · Verdant Lane, SE6 · Vineyard Close, SE6 · Waterbank Road, SE6 · Watermead Road, SE6 · Waters Road, SE6 · Wellmeadow Road, SE6 · Wentland Close, SE6 · Wentland Road, SE6 · Westdown Road, SE6 · Whitefoot Lane, SE6 · Whitefoot Terace, BR1 · Whitefoot Terrace, BR1 · Wildfell Road, SE6 · Willow Close, SE6 · Windsor Mews, SE6 · Winsford Road, SE6 · Winslade Way, SE6 · Winterbourne Road, SE6 · Winterstoke Road, SE6 · Woodham Road, SE6 · Woodlands Street, SE13 · Woodlands Street, SE6 · Woolstone Road, SE6 · Worsley Bridge Road, SE6 ·

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