Eynsham Drive, SE2

Road, existing between 1959 and now

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Road · The Underground Map · SE2 ·
September
6
2018

Eynsham Drive dates from the late 1950s with the construction of the Abbey Wood Estate.


A parade of shops was constructed in 1966 with Abbey Wood Library helping to form a focus for the new estate.


Main source: Ideal Homes: Suburbia in Focus | Ideal Homes
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