Ashley Road, SW19

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Ashley Road is one of the streets of London in the SW19 postal area.



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VIEW THE SOUTH WIMBLEDON AREA IN THE 1750s
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VIEW THE SOUTH WIMBLEDON AREA IN THE 1800s
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VIEW THE SOUTH WIMBLEDON AREA IN THE 1830s
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VIEW THE SOUTH WIMBLEDON AREA IN THE 1860s
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VIEW THE SOUTH WIMBLEDON AREA IN THE 1900s
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South Wimbledon

South Wimbledon is a suburb - also known as Merton - and tube station in South London.

Merton is ten minutes walk from Wimbledon centre, and is most obviously recognised by the busy crossroads at which South Wimbledon tube station is situated on one corner.

Admiral Nelson once had property in this part of London called Merton Place, and therefore a number of roads and pubs in the region (immediately to the east, and much further to the west, in Wimbledon Chase) are named after historically relevant battles and ships. The Nelson's Arms pub is on the road to Colliers Wood.

South Wimbledon station was designed by Charles Holden and was opened on 13 September 1926 as part of the Morden extension of the City & South London Railway (now part of the Northern Line).
South Wimbledon station - not being actually in Wimbledon - was given this name as it was thought that Wimbledon had a higher social standing than its actual location of Merton. On the original plan it had the name Merton Grove. For geographical accuracy, the station was originally named South Wimbledon (Merton) and it appeared as such on early tube maps and on the original station platform signage.


LOCATIONS ON THE UNDERGROUND MAP
Abbey Recreation Ground:   
All Saints’ CofE Primary School:   Voluntary aided school (Primary) which accepts students between the ages of 3 and 11.
Face Youth Therapeutic School:   Other independent special school which accepts students between the ages of 11 and 16.
Garfield Primary School:   Community school (Primary) which accepts students between the ages of 3 and 11.
Merton Abbey Primary School:   Community school (Primary) which accepts students between the ages of 3 and 11.
New Wimbledon Theatre:   The New Wimbledon Theatre is a Grade II listed Edwardian theatre built by the theatre lover and entrepreneur, J B Mulholland.
Nursery Road Playing Fields:   
Park Community School:   Free schools (Primary) which accepts students between the ages of 4 and 11. Admissions policy: Non-selective.
Pelham Primary School:   Community school (Primary) which accepts students between the ages of 3 and 11.
Polka Theatre:   
South Wimbledon:   South Wimbledon is a suburb - also known as Merton - and tube station in South London.
St Mary’s Catholic Primary School:   Voluntary aided school (Primary) which accepts students between the ages of 3 and 11.
The Priory CofE School:   Voluntary aided school (Primary) which accepts students between the ages of 3 and 11.
Wimbledon Park Primary School:   Community school (Primary) which accepts students between the ages of 3 and 11.


NEARBY STREETS AND BUILDINGS ON THE UNDERGROUND MAP
Abingdon Close, SW19 · Albany Road, SW19 · All Saints Road, SW19 · Alverstone Avenue, SW19 · Anchorage Close, SW19 · Archway Close, SW19 · Ashcombe Road, SW19 · Ashen Grove, SW19 · Ashley Road, SW19 · Autumn Close, SW19 · Avondale Road, SW19 · Balfour Road, SW19 · Bathurst Avenue, SW19 · Bentley Close, SW19 · Bertram Cottages, SW19 · Bewley Street, SW19 · Birkbeck Road, SW19 · Boscombe Road, SW19 · Bournemouth Road, SW19 · Bradshaw Close, SW19 · Braemar Avenue, SW19 · Branksome Road, SW19 · Brickfield Road, SW19 · Bridges Road Mews, SW19 · Bridges Road, SW19 · Brisbane Avenue, SW19 · Broadway Court, SW19 · Brooklands Avenue, SW19 · Burgess Mews Wycliffe Road, SW19 · Burgess Mews, SW19 · Burns Close, SW19 · Cardigan Road, SW19 · Caxton Road, SW19 · Cecil Road, SW19 · Chadwick Avenue, SW19 · Charnwood Avenue, SW19 · Chaucer Way, SW19 · Clarence Road, SW19 · Copper Mill Lane, SW17 · Covey Close, SW19 · Cowdrey Road, SW19 · Cowper Road, SW19 · Craven Gardens, SW19 · Crescent Gardens, SW19 · Cromwell Road, SW19 · Cross Road, SW19 · Deburgh Road, SW19 · Deer Park Road, SW19 · Deerpark Road, SW19 · Dorset Road, SW19 · Downside Close, SW19 · Dryden Road, SW19 · Dudley Road, SW19 · Durnsford Avenue, SW19 · Durnsford Road, SW19 · East Road Trading Estate, SW19 · East Road, SW19 · Edith Road, SW19 · Effra Close, SW19 · Effra Road, SW19 · Endeavour Way, SW19 · Erridge Road, SW19 · Evelyn Road, SW19 · Falcon Court, SW17 · Falcons Court, SW17 · Faraday Road, SW19 · Farquhar Road, SW19 · Florence Road, SW19 · Gap Road, SW19 · Garfield Road, SW19 · Gladstone Road, SW19 · Gordondale Road, SW19 · Gresham Way, SW19 · Griffiths Road, SW19 · Haccombe Road, SW19 · Hamilton Road Mews, SW19 · Hamilton Road, SW19 · Hardy Road, SW19 · Havana Road, SW19 · Havelock Road, SW17 · Havelock Road, SW19 · Haydon Park Road, SW19 · Haydon Road, SW19 · Haydons Road, SW19 · Hayward Close, SW19 · Hazelbury Close, SW19 · High Path, SW19 · Holmes Road, SW19 · Horatio Place, SW19 · Hotham Road, SW19 · Hudson Court, SW19 · Jubilee Way, SW19 · King’s Road, SW19 · Kings Road, SW19 · Kingsley Road, SW19 · Kipling Drive, SW19 · Kirkley Road, SW19 · Kohat Road, SW19 · Laburnum Road, SW19 · Latimer Road, SW19 · Lee Road, SW19 · Leyton Road, SW19 · Lombard Business Park, SW19 · Lombard Road, SW19 · Lucien Road, SW19 · Lyndon Yard, SW17 · Maskell Road, SW17 · Melbourne Road, SW19 · Melrose Avenue, SW19 · Merton Park Parade, SW19 · Merton Road, SW19 · Milner Road, SW19 · Milton Road, SW19 · Mina Road, SW19 · Montague Road, SW19 · Morden Road, SM4 · Morden Road, SW19 · Mount Road, SW19 · Mychell House, SW19 · Nelson Grove Road, SW19 · Nelson Road, SW19 · Nelson Trading Estate, SW19 · Normanton Avenue, SW18 · Normanton Avenue, SW19 · North Road, SW19 · Nursery Road, SW19 · Palmerston Grove, SW19 · Palmerston Road, SW19 · Parkleigh Road, SW19 · Pelham Road, SW19 · Pincott Road, SW19 · Pitt Crescent, SW19 · Pitt Cresent, SW19 · Plough Lane, SW17 · Plough Lane, SW19 · Poplar Road, SW19 · Princes Road, SW19 · Queen’s Road, SW19 · Queens Road, SW19 · Queens, SW19 · Queensland Avenue, SW19 · Quicks Road, SW19 · Regent Place, SW19 · Ridley Road, SW19 · Riverside Road, SW17 · Riverside Yard, SW17 · Rodney Place, SW19 · Rosemary Road, SW17 · Rosemary Road, SW19 · Russell Road, SW19 · Ryder House, SW19 · Ryfold Road, SW19 · Sarjant Path, SW19 · Shelley Way, SW19 · Sir Cyril Black Way, SW19 · South Park Road, SW19 · South Road, SW19 · Southey Road, SW19 · St Martins Way, SW17 · St. Martin’s Way, SW17 · Stane Close, SW19 · Stanley Road, SW19 · Strathearn Road, SW19 · Strathmore Road, SW19 · Stroud Road, SW19 · Stuart Road, SW19 · Tennyson Road, SW19 · The Broadway, SW19 · The Crescent, SW19 · The Path, SW19 · The Piazza, SW19 · The Swan Centre, SW17 · Trafalgar Road, SW19 · Trinity Road, SW19 · Victory Road Mews, SW19 · Victory Road, SW19 · Wandle Bank, SW19 · Weir Road Industrial Estate, SW19 · Weir Road, SW19 · Wellington Road, SW19 · Willmore End, SW19 · Winifred Road, SW19 · Woburn Close, SW19 · Wolseley Avenue, SW19 · Woodman Works, SW19 · Wycliffe Road, SW19 · York Road, SW19 ·
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