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These are assumed addresses of two houses in Heathrow Road.

Known addresses in Heathrow Road, TW6:
Doghurst Cottages · Plough and Harrow ·
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Two houses were built in the twentieth century and located here on the west side of Heathrow Road.

In the 1930s, Mr Ward - the headmaster at Harmondsworth school - lived in one of them.

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Heathrow Road, TW6

Heathrow Road is now buried beneath the runways and terminal buildings of Heathrow Airport.

The settlement of Heathrow was spread out in a straggling manner on the west side of Heathrow Road from the Bath Road to Perry Oaks.

The area bounded by Heathrow Road, Tithe Barn Lane and the Bath Road was, before the Enclosure of Harmondsworth Parish in 1819, one of the open fields of the parish and was known as Heathrow Field. The area to the south and east of Heathrow Road was common land of the parish and formed the western edge of Hounslow Heath. Heathrow, as its name suggests, was on the edge of the Heath bordered by the open arable fields of Harmondsworth Parish.

Turning down Heathrow Road from the “Three Magpies”, a traveller would have passed a row of houses (Doghurst Cottages) on the left, but after these the only buildings that would then be encountered were isolated farmhouses and cottages.

The first farmhouse along the road was a rather undistinguished one on the left known as “Bathurst”. In an orchard near to this house was a small fenced enclosure containing the barrel of the cannon marking the end of General Roy’s baseline which was measured across Hounslow Heath in 1784.

A little further along on the right-hand side of the road was one of the largest farmhouses; known as “Heathrow Hall” it was an attractive 18th century building occupied by one of the several branches of the Philp family who farmed extensively in the area. The farmhouse adjoined a typical English farmyard with sheep, pigs and cattle and many old barns.

Almost opposite “Heathrow Hall” on the left side of the road was a large pond which had probably started life as a gravel pit to obtain roadmaking material. This pond was surrounded by trees and reeds and had a rich variety of wildlife including kingfishers looking for fish in the pond.

About a quarter of a mile past the pond just after passing Palmer’s Farm, an early 17th century farmhouse on the right, the road forked at Wheatcut Corner. The road to the left, known as Cain’s Lane, (Isaac Cane owned land on one side of the lane in 1819 – hence its name) led to East Bedfont and was dead straight, having been laid out across the Common by the Enclosure Commissioners in 1819.

Heathrow Road, which had been running roughly in a north-south direction, gradually swung round into an east-west alignment. About 200 yards along the road from its junction with Cain’s Lane and on its north side was Heathrow’s only public house, the “Plough and Harrow”. a small building of no great distinction dating from the mid-19th century.

Soon after passing the “Plough and Harrow” was a T-junction where High Tree Lane branched off to the left.

Almost opposite the junction were two cottages, laying back from the road, besides which was the entrance to “Pease Path”, a public footpath running across the fields in a northerly direction to join the Bath Road at a point between the Technicolor and Penguin Book factories, both of which had been built on the north side of the road in the late 1930s.

About another ¼-mile along the Heathrow Road, in an area of Heathrow known as Perry Oaks, the road forked again, the left fork, known as Oaks Road, led to Stanwell village. The right fork, known as Tithe Barn Lane, proceeded in a northerly direction to rejoin the Bath Road midway between the “Three Magpies” and the “Peggy Bedford”.


LOCATIONS ON THE UNDERGROUND MAP
Bathurst:   The first farmhouse south along Heathrow Road south of the Bath Road junction was ’Bathurst’, situated to the east of the road.
Doghurst Cottages:   Doghurst Cottages were situated at the east side of the north end of Heathrow Road.
London Heathrow Terminal 3:   Heathrow Terminal 3 is an airport terminal at Heathrow.
Philp’s market garden:   W & S Philp’s ran a market gardening concern situated on the west side of Heathrow Road.
Plough and Harrow:   The Plough and Harrow was situated on Heathrow Road between the junctions of Cain’s Lane and High Tree Lane.
Tunnel Road, TW6:   Tunnel Road connects the central area of Heathrow Airport with the M4.
Wheatcut Corner:   The junction with Cain’s Lane and Heathrow Road was named Wheatcut Corner.


NEARBY STREETS AND BUILDINGS ON THE UNDERGROUND MAP
, TW17 · , TW6 · A308, TW17 · Acacia Avenue, TW17 · Air Park Way, TW13 · Alexandra Court, TW15 · Alexandra Road, TW15 · Armadale Road, TW14 · Ashford Avenue, TW15 · Ashford Business Complex, TW15 · Ashford Road, TW15 · Ashford Road, TW15 · Ashford Road, TW18 · Ashford Road, TW18 · Avon Road, TW16 · Avondale Road, TW15 · B377, TW15 · Baber Bridge Parade, TW14 · Baber Drive, TW14 · Barton Close, TW17 · Bath Road, TW6 · Bath Road, TW6 · Bath Road, UB7 · Beacon Road, TW6 · Beards Road, TW16 · Bedfont Road, TW13 · Bedfont Road, TW19 · Bedfont Road, TW6 · Beeston Way, TW14 · Belgrave Road, TW16 · Bell Weir Close, · Berkeley Mews, TW16 · Beverley Road, TW16 · Bingham Drive, TW18 · Bishop Duppas Park, TW17 · Brainton Avenue, TW14 · Bravington Close, TW17 · Brooklands Close, TW16 · Broomfield, TW16 · Brown Bear Court, TW13 · Burgoyne Road, TW16 · Burlington Close, TW14 · Byward Avenue, TW14 · Calshot Way, TW6 · Camborne Close, TW6 · Camborne Crescent, TW6 · Cambridge Road, TW15 · Canberra Road, TW6 · Canopus Way, TW19 · Caroline Court, TW15 · Cedar Way, TW16 · Challenge Road, TW13 · Challenge Road, TW15 · Chantry Close, TW16 · Charlton Lane, TW17 · Cheddar Road, TW6 · Chertsey Bridge Road, TW17 · Chertsey Road, KT16 · Chertsey Road, TW16 · Chestnut Close, UB7 · Chichester Way, TW14 · Church Parade, TW15 · Church Street, TW16 · Churchfield Place, TW17 · Churchill Way, TW16 · Claremont Drive, TW17 · Claremont, TW17 · Clay Lane, TW19 · Cleeve Court, TW14 · Colnbrook By-Pass, TW6 · Control Tower Road, TW6 · Country Way, TW13 · Country Way, TW16 · Courtney Road, TW6 · Courtney Way, TW6 · Coxes Avenue, TW17 · Craneswater, TW6 · Craneswater, UB3 · Cranford Lane, TW6 · Cranwell Grove, TW17 · Cravan Avenue, TW13 · Cromer Road, TW6 · Croysdale Avenue, TW16 · Dacres, TW17 · Del-baron Business Park, TW17 · Denham Road, TW14 · Denman Drive, TW15 · Doghurst Drive, UB7 · Earhart Way, TW6 · East Road, TW14 · East Wing Block, TW6 · East Wing Terminal Three, TW6 · East Wing, TW6 · Eastchurch Road, TW6 · Egerton Way, UB3 · Electra Avenue, TW6 · Elgin Crescent, TW6 · Elgin Cresent, TW6 · ELMBROOK CLOSE, TW16 · Elmdon Road, TW6 · Ely Road, TW6 · Enfield Road Roundabout, TW6 · Enfield Road, TW6 · Ensign Close, TW6 · Ensign Way, TW19 · Envoy Roundabout, TW6 · Epsom Square, TW6 · Esher Crescent, TW6 · Esher Cresent, TW6 · Exeforde Avenue, TW15 · Exeter Road, TW6 · Exeter Way, TW6 · Fairholme Road, TW15 · Felix Lane, TW16 · Felix Lane, TW17 · Fern Grove, TW14 · Fir Tree Place, TW15 · Fontmell Park, TW15 · Fordbridge Road, TW15 · Francis Avenue, TW13 · French Street, TW16 · Gables Avenue, TW15 · Garden Close, TW15 · Gaston Bridge Road, TW17 · Glebeland Gardens, TW17 · Glen Avenue, TW15 · Gloucester Crescent, TW18 · Gloucester Cresent, TW18 · Gloucester Road, TW13 · Gordon Road, TW17 · Grant Close, TW17 · Great South West Road, TW14 · Great South West Road, TW4 · Great South West Road, TW5 · Great South West Road, TW6 · Green Leas, TW16 · Greeno Crescent, TW17 · Grest South West Road, TW14 · Groveley Road, TW13 · Guildford Avenue, TW13 · Hamilton Parade, TW13 · Hampton Road West, TW13 · Harfield Road, TW16 · Harlington Road East, TW14 · Hatton Cross Roundabout, TW6 · Hatton Road North, TW6 · Hawthorne Way, TW19 · Hazelmere Close, TW14 · Heathrow Airport Spur Road, UB7 · Heathrow Airport, TW6 · Heathrow Airport, TW6 · Heathrow Airside Road Tunnel, TW19 · Heathrow Airside Road Tunnel, TW6 · Heathrow Cargo Tunnel, TW6 · Heathrow Central bus station, TW6 · Heathrow Road, TW6 · Hitchcock Close, TW17 · Holly Parade, TW13 · Holywell Way, TW19 · Horsham Road, TW14 · Hounslow Road, TW14 · Hyde Terrace, TW15 · Inner Ring East, TW6 · Inner Ring West, TW6 · Ivy Close, TW16 · Jessiman Terrace, TW17 · Junction Road, TW15 · Kelly Close, TW17 · Kenilworth Road, TW15 · Kenilworth Road, TW15 · Kent Close, TW18 · King George Close, TW16 · Kingsmead Avenue, TW16 · Kingston Avenue, TW14 · Kingsway, TW19 · Landside, TW6 · Latimer Road, TW11 · Laytons Lane, TW16 · Legacy Centre Hanworth Trading Estate, TW13 · Linkscroft Avenue, TW15 · Lithgow’s Road, TW6 · Little Oaks Close, TW17 · Littleton Lane, TW17 · London Heathrow Airport, TW6 · Lord Knyvett Close, TW19 · Lower Hampton Road, KT12 · Lower Hampton Road, KT8 · Lower Hampton Road, TW12 · Lower Hampton Road, TW16 · Lower Sunbury Road, TW12 · Lucie Avenue, TW15 · M25, TW6 · Manor Farm Avenue, TW17 · Manor Road, TW15 · Maple Industrial Estate, TW13 · Maple Way, TW13 · Market Parade, TW13 · Maxwell Road, TW15 · Meadway, TW15 · Mill Farm Avenue, TW16 · Milton Drive, TW17 · Mono Lane, TW13 · Muncaster Close, TW15 · Nallhead Road, TW13 · Nelson Road, TW6 · Nene Road, TW6 · Nettleton Road, TW6 · Nettleton Road, UB3 · Newhaven Crescent, TW15 · Newton Road, TW6 · Nobel Drive, TW6 · Norbury Road, TW13 · North Mall, TW6 · Northern Perimeter Road (West), TW6 · Northern Perimeter Road West, TW6 · Northern Perimeter Road, TW6 · Northolt Road, TW6 · Northrop Road, TW6 · Northumberland Close, TW19 · Oberon Way, TW17 · Old Littleton Road, TW17 · Orchard Avenue, TW15 · Oxford Court, TW13 · Page Road, TW14 · Passenger Services, TW6 · Peacock Avenue, TW14 · Pentelow Gardens, TW14 · Philip Road, TW18 · Pier Road, TW14 · Poplar Way, TW13 · Port Hampton, TW12 · Queens Road, TW13 · Radnor Road, TW17 · Raeford House Pier Road, TW14 · Railway Road, TW11 · Range Way, TW17 · Ravenscourt, TW16 · Reed Place Dockett Eddy Lane, TW17 · Reedsfield Road, TW15 · Richmond Avenue, TW14 · River Ash Estate, KT12 · River Ash Estate, TW17 · River Gardens, TW14 · River Walk, TW16 · Roebuck Close, TW13 · Roman Close, TW14 · Rookeries Close, TW13 · Ruggles-brise Road, TW15 · Sanctuary Road, TW6 · Sandringham Drive, TW15 · Sandringham Road Cargo Terminal, TW6 · Sandringham Road, TW6 · Sandy Drive, TW14 · Scotts Close, TW19 · Seaford Road, TW6 · Selby Road, TW15 · Shears Way, TW16 · Sheep Walk, TW17 · Sheffield Road, TW6 · Sheffield Way, TW6 · Shelson Parade, TW13 · Shepherds Close, TW17 · Shoreham Road (East), TW6 · Shoreham Road (West), TW6 · Shoreham Road East, TW6 · Shoreham Road West, TW6 · Sipson Way, UB7 · Slattery Road, TW13 · Snowdon Road, TW6 · South Road, TW12 · South Road, TW13 · South Wing Terminal Three, TW6 · Southampton Road East, TW6 · Southampton Road West, TW6 · Southern Perimeter Road, TW14 · Southern Perimeter Road, TW6 · Southville Crescent, TW14 · Sovereign Court, UB7 · Space Waye Pier Road, TW14 · Spelthorne Lane, TW17 · Spring Corner, TW13 · St Andrew’s Close, TW17 · St Dunstans Road, TW13 · Stansted Road, TW6 · Stanwell Gardens, TW19 · Stanwell Moor Road, TW6 · Stanwell Road, TW19 · Stanwell Road, TW6 · Station Parade, TW14 · Stirling Road, TW6 · Stranraer Way, TW6 · Studios Road, TW17 · Sunbury Court Mews, TW16 · Sunbury Court Road, TW16 · Sunbury Lane, TW16 · Sunbury Way, TW13 · Sunna Gardens, TW16 · Swan Close, TW13 · Swan Walk, TW17 · Swansea Road, TW6 · Swindon Road, TW6 · Tanglyn Avenue, TW17 · Terminal 5 Roundabout, TW6 · Terrace Road, TW16 · Thames Meadow, KT12 · Thames Street, TW16 · Thames Street, TW17 · The Alders, TW13 · The Beacon Roundabout, TW6 · The Drive, TW14 · The Green, TW13 · The Grove Bath Road, UB7 · The Spinney, TW16 · The Vista, TW17 · Town Lane, TW15 · Town Lane, TW19 · Town Lane, TW19 · Vanguard Way, TW6 · Vereker Drive, TW16 · Victoria Road, TW13 · Villa Rosa, TW17 · Viscount Way, TW6 · Warneford Road, TW6 · Warwick Road, TW15 · Watersend, TW17 · Wayfarer Road, TW6 · West Ramp, UB7 · West Road, TW14 · Westbourne Road, TW13 · Western Perimeter Road, TW6 · Western Perimeter Road, UB7 · Widgeon Road, TW6 · Wilbur Road, TW6 · Windmill Close, TW16 · Windmill Road West, TW16 · Windmill Roadwest, TW16 · Windsock Road, TW6 · Windsock Road, UB7 · Wirra Way, TW6 · Wood Road, TW17 · Woodthorpe Road, TW15 · World Business Centre Heathrow, TW6 · World Cargo Centre, TW6 · Wren Close, TW6 · Wrens Avenue, TW15 · Wyatt Close, TW13 ·


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