Postal area SE9

Postcode zone in/near Mottingham, existing between 1917 and now

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The 1750 Rocque map is bounded by Sudbury (NW), Snaresbrook (NE), Eltham (SE) and Hampton Court (SW).
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The 1800 mapping is bounded by Stanmore (NW), Woodford (NE), Bromley (SE) and Hampton Court (SW).
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The 1830 mapping is bounded by West Hampstead (NW), Hackney (NE), Greenwich (SE) and Chelsea (SW).
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The 1860 mapping is bounded by Brent Cross (NW), Stratford (NE), Greenwich (SE) and Hammermith (SW).
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The 1900 mapping covers all of the London area.


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Chinbrook Meadows:   
City of London Polytechnic Sports Ground:   
Civil Service Sports Ground:   
Eltham Palace and Gardens:   
Eltham Park North:   
Eltham Park South:   
Middle Park Field:   
Queenscroft Recreation Ground:   
Sutcliffe Park:   
Well Hall Pleasaunce:   

Abergeldie Road, SE12 · Alice Thompson Close, SE12 · Allenswood Road, SE9 · Alnwick Road, SE12 · Alwold Crescent, SE12 · Alwold Cresent, SE12 · Amblecote Close, SE12 · Appleton Road, SE9 · Arbroath Road, SE9 · Ashdale Road, SE12 · Balder Rise, SE12 · Basket Gardens, SE9 · Bayfield Road, SE9 · Blenheim Close, SE12 · Bloxam Gardens, SE9 · Brenley Gardens, SE9 · Briset Road, SE9 · Campfield Road, SE9 · Carnecke Gardens, SE9 · Cedarhurst Drive, SE9 · Chaundrye Close, SE9 · Chinbrook Road, SE12 · Churchbury Road, SE9 · Claybridge Road, SE12 · Cobbett Road, SE9 · Cobland Road, SE12 · Corona Road, SE12 · Court Road, SE9 · Court Yard, SE9 · Cuff Crescent, SE9 · Danescombe, SE12 · Dickson Road, SE9 · Dowding Drive, SE9 · Dowding Way, SE9 · Downman Road, SE9 · Dunblane Road, SE9 · Dyneley Road, SE12 · Ealdham Square, SE9 · Edgeworth Road, SE9 · Edith Nesbit Walk, SE9 · Edward Tyler Road, SE12 · Elizabeth terrace, SE9 · Elm Terrace, SE9 · Elmbrook Gardens, SE9 · Eltham Green Road, SE9 · Eltham Green, SE9 · Eltham Hill, SE9 · Eltham Palace Road, SE12 · Eltham Palace Road, SE9 · Eltham Road, SE9 · EMBRY ROAD, SE9 · Everest Road, SE9 · Exford Gardens, SE12 · Exford Road, SE12 · Fairlands Court, SE9 · Fairway Court, SE9 · Farnaby Road, SE9 · Ferndown Road, SE9 · Froissart Road, SE9 · Garden Close, SE12 · Gavestone Crescent, SE12 · Gavestone Road, SE12 · Glasbrook Road, SE9 · Glenlea Path, SE9 · Glenlea Road, SE9 · Green Way, SE9 · Greenacres, SE9 · Gregory Crescent, SE9 · Gregory Cresent, SE9 · Grove Market Place, SE9 · Guibal Road, SE12 · Haimo Road, SE9 · Henwick Road, SE9 · Hope Close, SE12 · Horncastle Road, SE12 · Horsfeld Gardens, SE9 · Horsfeld Road, SE9 · Jeken Road, SE9 · Jevington Way, SE12 · Joan Crescent, SE9 · Kakehill Lane, SE9 · Katherine gardens, SE9 · Keeling Road, SE9 · Kenward Road, SE9 · Keynsham Gardens, SE9 · Keynsham Road, SE9 · Kidbrooke Lane, SE9 · King John’s Walk, SE9 · King Johns Walk, SE9 · Kings Butts, SE9 · Kings Orchard, SE9 · Kingsground, SE9 · Kingsholm Gardens, SE9 · Kingshurst Road, SE12 · Knockholt Road, SE9 · Lassa Road, SE9 · Le May Avenue, SE12 · Leafy Oak Road, SE12 · Leegate Centre, SE12 · Leegate Shopping Centre, SE12 · Legatt Road, SE9 · lilburne Gardens, SE9 · Lilburne Road, SE9 · Lionel Gardens, SE9 · Lionel Road, SE9 · Luffman Road, SE12 · Lynsted Gardens, SE9 · Mallory Court, SE12 · Marbrook Court, SE12 · Marvels Close, SE12 · Marvels Lane, SE12 · Marvels Lane, SE9 · Mayerne Road, SE9 · Mayeswood Road, SE12 · Meadow Lane, SE12 · Meadowside, SE9 · Messent Road, SE9 · Messeter Place, SE9 · Middle Park Avenue, SE9 · Nesbit Road, SE9 · Newhaven Gardens, SE9 · Newmarket Green, SE9 · North Park, SE9 · Odeon Parade, SE9 · Paston Crescent, SE12 · Paxton Court, SE12 · Paxton Court, SE9 · Penford Gardens, SE9 · Pennington Way, SE12 · Periton Road, SE9 · Philippa gardens, SE9 · Phineas Pett Road, SE9 · Pinnell Road, SE9 · Pitfold Close, SE12 · Pitfold Road, SE12 · Porters Lodge, SE9 · Pound Place, SE9 · Prince John Road, SE9 · Purneys Road, SE9 · Queenscroft Road, SE9 · Rancliffe Gardens, SE9 · Riddons Road, SE12 · Robins Court, SE12 · Rochester way Relief Road (Eastbound), SE9 · Rochester Way Relief Road, SE9 · Roseveare Road, SE12 · Ross Way, SE3 · Ross Way, SE9 · Royal Blackheath Golf Club, SE9 · Ruskin Court, SE9 · Ryelands Crescent, SE12 · Sandby Green, SE9 · Senlac Road, SE12 · Shawbrooke Road, SE9 · Sherard Road, SE9 · Shrubsall Close, SE9 · Sibthorpe Road, SE12 · Sowerby Close, SE9 · Tarnwood Park, SE9 · Tattersall Close, SE9 · The Vista, SE9 · Thomas Dinwiddy Road, SE12 · Tilt Yard Approach, SE9 · Todor Barn moat island, SE9 · Tudor Parade Well Hall Road, SE9 · Tudor Parade, SE9 · Tudway Road, SE9 · Vandyke Cross, SE9 · Well Hall Parade, SE9 · Well Hall Road, SE18 · Well Hall Road, SE9 · Wendover Road, SE9 · Wensley Close, SE9 · Westdean Avenue, SE12 · Westhorne Avenue Exit, SE9 · Westhorne Avenue, SE12 · Westhorne Avenue, SE9 · Whinyates Road, SE9 · Will Crooks Gardens, SE9 · Winchcomb Gardens, SE9 · Winn Road, SE12 · Woodmere, SE9 · Wythfield Road, SE9 · Yolande Gardens, SE9 ·

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