Franthorne Way, SE6

Road built in the first world war period

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Franthorne Way is one of the streets of London in the SE6 postal area.



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VIEW THE BELLINGHAM AREA IN THE 1750s
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VIEW THE BELLINGHAM AREA IN THE 1800s
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VIEW THE BELLINGHAM AREA IN THE 1830s
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VIEW THE BELLINGHAM AREA IN THE 1860s
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VIEW THE BELLINGHAM AREA IN THE 1900s
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Bellingham

Bellingham, which means 'the water-meadow belonging to Beora's people', was built between 1920 and 1936; about 2666 houses and flats were built and interspersed with open spaces and trees.

Before the building of the Bellingham Estate, the neighbourhood had been farmland.

Provision was made for schools, shops, churches, parks and other amenities with Randlesdown Road serving as a high street. The Bellingham Estate is bordered to the east and west by railway lines running south from Catford.

Bellingham has its own train station situated at the top of Randlesdown Road (near the entrance to the industrial estate). The station, which lies on what today is known as the Catford Loop, was opened on 1 July 1892.


LOCATIONS ON THE UNDERGROUND MAP
Athelney Primary School:   Community school (Primary) which accepts students between the ages of 3 and 11.
Bellingham:   Bellingham, which means 'the water-meadow belonging to Beora's people', was built between 1920 and 1936; about 2666 houses and flats were built and interspersed with open spaces and trees.
Bellingham Children’s Centre:   This is a children’s centre.
Elfrida Primary School:   Community school (Primary) which accepts students between the ages of 2 and 11.
farmstead road community garden:   
Holbeach Primary School:   Community school (Primary) which accepts students between the ages of 3 and 11.
Holy Cross Catholic Primary School:   Voluntary aided school (Primary) which accepts students between the ages of 3 and 11.
Private Banks Sports Ground:   
Rushey Green Primary School:   Community school (Primary) which accepts students between the ages of 3 and 11.
Sedgehill School:   Community school (Secondary) which accepts students between the ages of 11 and 18. Admissions policy: Comprehensive (secondary).
St Augustine’s Catholic Primary School and Nursery:   Voluntary aided school (Primary) which accepts students between the ages of 3 and 11.
Watergate School:   Foundation special school which accepts students between the ages of 3 and 11.


NEARBY STREETS AND BUILDINGS ON THE UNDERGROUND MAP
A21, SE6 · Adenmore Road, SE6 · Adolf Street, SE6 · Aitken Road, SE6 · Allerford Road, SE6 · Ardenmore Road, SE6 · Arnulf Street, SE6 · Arran Road, SE6 · Athelney Street, SE6 · Bargery Road, SE6 · Barmeston Road, SE6 · Barrow Court, SE6 · Beckenham Hill Road, BR3 · Beckenham Hill, SE6 · Bellingham Green, SE6 · Benbury Close, BR1 · Blacklands Road, SE6 · Bowness Road, SE6 · Braeside, BR3 · Braeside, SE6 · Broadmead, SE6 · Bromley Road, SE6 · Brookdale Road, SE13 · Brookehowse Road, SE6 · Callander Road, SE6 · Canadian Avenue, SE6 · Catford Brid, SE6 · Catford Bridge, SE6 · Catford Broadway, SE6 · Catford Contraflow Bus Lane, SE6 · Catford Road, SE6 · Catford, SE6 · Charsley Road, SE6 · Cowden Street, SE6 · Cowdrey Mews, SE6 · Crantock Road, SE6 · Cudham Street, SE6 · Culverley Road, SE6 · Daneby Road, SE6 · Daneswood Avenue, SE6 · Doggett Road, SE13 · Doggett Road, SE6 · Dunfield Gardens, SE6 · Dunfield Road, SE6 · Elfrida Crescent, SE6 · Engleheart Road, SE6 · Eros House Shops, SE6 · Eros House, SE6 · Farley Road, SE6 · Farmstead Road, SE6 · First Second Floor, SE6 · Fordmill Road, SE6 · Franthorne Way, SE6 · Ghent Street, SE6 · Gramsci Way, SE6 · Grangemill Road, SE6 · Grangemill Way, SE6 · Greycot Road, BR3 · Hawkins Way, SE6 · Highland Croft, BR3 · Holbeach Road, SE6 · Honley Road, SE6 · Inchmery Road, SE6 · Jutland Road, SE6 · King Alfred Avenue, SE6 · Knapmill Road, SE6 · Knapmill Way, SE6 · Leof Crescent, SE6 · Lushington Road, SE6 · Maroons Way, SE6 · Melfield Gardens, SE6 · Meridian Court, SE6 · Morena Street, SE6 · Nelgarde Road, SE6 · Newquay Road, SE6 · Oakview Road, SE6 · Orford Road, SE6 · Oslac Road, SE6 · Overbrae, BR3 · Overdown Road, SE6 · Passfields, SE6 · Patrol Place, SE6 · Penerley Road, SE6 · Plassy Road, SE6 · Playgreen Way, SE6 · Pool Close, BR3 · Pool Court, SE6 · Railway Depot, SE6 · Randlesdown Road, SE6 · Ringstead Buildings, SE6 · Ringstead Road, SE6 · Rosenthal Road, SE6 · Rushey Green, SE6 · Sangley Road, SE6 · Scrooby Street, SE6 · Sedge Hill School, SE6 · Sedgehill Road, BR3 · Sedgehill Road, SE6 · Silvermere Road, SE6 · Southend Lane, SE26 · Southend Lane, SE6 · Station Approach, SE6 · Station Buildings, SE6 · Steve Biko Lane, SE6 · Swallands Road, SE6 · Thomas Lane, SE6 · Thurbarn Road, SE6 · Tibbenham Place, SE6 · Waterbank Road, SE6 · Watermead Road, SE6 · Wildfell Road, SE6 · Windsor Mews, SE6 · Winslade Way, SE6 · Woodham Road, SE6 ·
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