Goldsborough Cresent, E4

Road in/near Highams Park, existing between 1950 and now

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Road · Highams Park · E4 · Contributed by The Underground Map
November
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2017



Goldsborough Crescent was named after a house called Goldsborough which stood here in the 17th century.

Goldsborough House was associated with a John Goldsborough.

Editor’s note: While the street appeared on the map in the post war period, the housing stock looks older.

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VIEW THE HIGHAMS PARK AREA IN THE 1750s
The 1750 Rocque map is bounded by Sudbury (NW), Snaresbrook (NE), Eltham (SE) and Hampton Court (SW).
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VIEW THE HIGHAMS PARK AREA IN THE 1800s
The 1800 mapping is bounded by Stanmore (NW), Woodford (NE), Bromley (SE) and Hampton Court (SW).
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VIEW THE HIGHAMS PARK AREA IN THE 1830s
The 1830 mapping is bounded by West Hampstead (NW), Hackney (NE), Greenwich (SE) and Chelsea (SW).
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VIEW THE HIGHAMS PARK AREA IN THE 1860s
The 1860 mapping is bounded by Brent Cross (NW), Stratford (NE), Greenwich (SE) and Hammermith (SW).
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VIEW THE HIGHAMS PARK AREA IN THE 1900s
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LOCATIONS ON THE UNDERGROUND MAP
Four Wents:   Four Wents was a green which existed as a cross roads until 1873.


NEARBY STREETS AND BUILDINGS ON THE UNDERGROUND MAP
Alpha Road, E4 · Arbor Road, E4 · Ashingdon Close, E4 · Ashwood Road, E4 · Balliol Avenue, E4 · Bank Buildings, E4 · Beech Tree Glade, E4 · Beresford Road, E4 · Bernwell Road, E4 · Betoyne Avenue, E4 · Blackthorne Drive, E4 · Bluehouse Road, E4 · Bosgrove, E4 · British Legion road, E4 · Brookhouse Gardens, E4 · Celandine Court, E4 · Chingdale Road, E4 · Chingford Avenue, E4 · Colvin Gardens, E4 · Coney Burrows, E4 · Conference Close, E4 · Connington Crescent, E4 · Courtland Avenue, E4 · Crescent Road, E4 · Crofton Grove, E4 · Dale View Avenue, E4 · Dale View Crescent, E4 · Dale View Gardens, E4 · Daphne Gardens, E4 · Douglas Road, E4 · Elmfield Road, E4 · Endlebury Road, E4 · Essex Road, E4 · Fairlight Avenue, E4 · Fairlight Close, E4 · Faversham Avenue, E4 · Forest Avenue, E4 · Forest Court, E4 · Forest Side, E4 · Friars Close, E4 · Friday Hill East, E4 · Friday Hill West, E4 · Friday Hill, E4 · Goldsborough Cresent, E4 · Gordon Road, E4 · Greenbank Close, E4 · Groveside Road, E4 · Gunners Grove, E4 · Hale Close, E4 · Hatch Lane, E4 · Heathcote Grove, E4 · Heaton Close, E4 · Hoppett Road, E4 · Hornbeam Grove, E4 · Horsley Road, E4 · Hungerdown, E4 · Kimberley Road, E4 · Kimberley Way, E4 · Linnett Close, E4 · Little Friday Road, E4 · Long Deacon Road, E4 · Longshaw Road, E4 · Lukin Crescent, E4 · Manor Farm Drive, E4 · Manor Way, E4 · Mapleton Road, E4 · Mead Crescent, E4 · Mead Cresent, E4 · Meadow Close, E4 · Moreland Way, E4 · Mount Avenue, E4 · Mount Echo Avenue, E4 · Nation Way, E4 · Nevin Drive, E4 · Newgate Street, E4 · Newgate Street, IG8 · Normanton Park, E4 · Oak Hurst Gardens, E4 · Oakley Close, E4 · Oaks Grove, E4 · Old Church Road, E4 · Otterbourne Road, E4 · Peel Close, E4 · Phoenix Court, E4 · Pretoria Crescent, E4 · Retingham Way, E4 · Rookwood Gardens, E4 · Rosslyn Avenue, E4 · Russets Close, E4 · Russets Close; Russetts Close, E4 · Salisbury Road, E4 · Saxlingham Road, E4 · Seymour Court, E4 · Shingly Place, E4 · Simmons Lane, E4 · St Egbert’s Way, E4 · Taverners Way, E4 · Templeton Avenue, E4 · The Bracken, E4 · The Bramblings, E4 · The Copse, E4 · The Ridgeway, E4 · Tiptree Close, E4 · Valance Avenue, E4 · Victoria Road, E4 · Warren Pond Road, E4 · Warren Road, E4 · Weale Road, E4 · Wellington Avenue, E4 · Westminster Gardens, E4 · Whitehall Gardens, E4 · Whitehall Road, E4 · Withy Mead, E4 · Wittenham Way, E4 · Woodedge Close, E4 · Wyemead Crescent, E4 ·

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