Lea Bridge Road, E5

Road in/near Upper Clapton, existing between 1582 and now

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Lea Bridge Road is a major through route in east London, across the Lea Valley from Clapton to Whipps Cross in Leyton.

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In 1582 Mill Field Lane ran from Clapton to Jeremy’s Ferry in the Leyton Marshes.

Replacing the ferry, a timber bridge was built in 1745, and the road became known as Lea Bridge Road, with a tollgate at the Clapton end. A toll house was built on the west bank of the river in 1757, and the bridge rebuilt in iron in 1820–1. Tolls continued to be levied until 1872.

The second road bridge opened circa 1890 and the present third Lea Bridge Road Bridge was opened during August 1995.

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, E10 · , E5 · 10 Argall Avenue, E10 · 17 Argall Avenue, E10 · 210 Church Road, E10 · A10, E1 · A10, N15 · A10, N9 · Albany Road, E10 · Alkham Road, N16 · Allanson Court, E10 · Amberley Road, E10 · Argall Avenue, E10 · Argall Way, E10 · Ashtead Road, E5 · Ashtead Road, N16 · Baird Close, E10 · Bakers Almshouses, E10 · Bakers Hill, E5 · Bakers Hill, EN4 · Beecholme Estate, E5 · Belmont Park Road, E10 · Belvedere Road, E10 · Bickley Road, E10 · Big Hill, E5 · Bloxhall Road, E10 · Brampton Close, E5 · Braydon Road, N16 · Broadway Mews, N16 · Bromley Road, E10 · Burwell Road, E10 · Cambrian Road, E10 · Carnarvon Road, E10 · Casimir Road, E5 · Castlewood Road, N16 · Cazenove Road, N16 · Chailey Street, E5 · Chardmore Road, N16 · Chatsworth Road, E5 · Chiltern Place, E5 · Church Road, E10 · Churchwell Path, E5 · Clapton Common, E5 · Clapton Common, N16 · Clapton Terrace, N16 · Clayton Court, N16 · Clementina Road, E10 · Cleveleys Road, E5 · Colenso Road, E5 · Comberton Road, E5 · Connaught Close, E10 · Cornthwaite Road, E5 · Cotesbach Road, E5 · Cow Bridge, E10 · Craven Close, N16 · Craven Walk, N16 · Cromwell Industrial Estate Staffa Road, E10 · Cromwell Industrial Estate, E10 · Dagenham Road, E10 · Darenth Road, E5 · Darenth Road, N16 · Derby Court, E5 · Detmold Road, E5 · Dorma Trading Park, E10 · Dunton Road, E10 · Eatington Road, E10 · Egerton Road, N16 · Elm Park Road, E10 · Elmcroft Street, E5 · Emmanuel Court, E10 · Estate Way, E10 · Etloe Road, E10 · Feldman Close, E5 · Filey Avenue, N16 · Firsby Road, N16 · Fletching Road, E5 · Forburg Road, E5 · Forburg Road, N16 · Forest Trading Estate, E10 · Gateway Business Centre, E10 · Gibson Gardens, N16 · Gilda Crescent, E5 · Gilda Crescent, N16 · Gilda Cresent, N16 · Gloucester Road, E10 · Grosvenor Way, E5 · Grosvenor Works, E5 · Gunton Road, E5 · Hainault Buildings, E10 · Halberd Mews, E5 · Harrington Hill, E5 · Hawkwood Mount, E5 · High Hill Ferry, E10 · High Hill Ferry, E5 · High Road, E10 · Hillstowe Street, E5 · 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Millfields Road, E5 · Millicent Road, E10 · Moresby Road, E5 · Moreton Close, E5 · Morieux Road, E10 · Moundfield Road, N16 · Mount Pleasant Hill, E5 · Mount Pleasant Lane, E5 · Mundford Road, E5 · Muston Road, E5 · Newick Road, E5 · Norton Road, E10 · Nye Bevan Estate, E5 · Old Hill Street, N16 · Oldhill Street, N16 · Olinda Road, N15 · Olinda Road, N16 · Onra Road, E10 · Orient Ind Park, E10 · Orient Industrial Park, E10 · Orient Way, E10 · Osbaldeston Road, N16 · Oswald Street, E5 · Otley Terrace, E5 · Overbury Street, E5 · Overlea Road, E5 · Overton Road, E10 · Overton Road, E17 · Palamos Road, E10 · Park Road, E10 · Pedro Street, E5 · Perth Road, E10 · Peterborough Road, E10 · Poplars Road, E10 · Portland Avenue, N16 · Prout Road, E5 · Queens Drive, E10 · Radlix Road, E10 · Ravensdale Road, N16 · Rigg Approach, E10 · Riverside Close, E5 · Rochdale Road, E10 · Rookwood Road, N16 · Rosebank Road, E17 · Roxwell Studios, E10 · Russell Road, E10 · Sanderstead Road, E10 · Saw Mill Way, N15 · Saw Mill Way, N16 · Sewdley Street, E5 · Seymour Road, E10 · Shortlands Road, E10 · Shrubland Road, E10 · South Access Road, E10 · Southwold Road, E5 · Spring Hill, E5 · Spring Lane, E5 · Springfield Gardens, E5 · Springfield, E5 · Stable Block, E5 · Staffa Road, E10 · Stamford Grove East, N16 · Stanley Road, E10 · Station Approach, N16 · Station Parade, E5 · Sunnyside Road, E10 · Tallack Road, E10 · Tatton Crescent, N16 · Terence Messenger Tower, E10 · The Depot, N15 · The Gardens, E5 · Theobald Road, E17 · Theydon Road, E5 · Thistlewaite Road, E5 · Thornby Road, E5 · Thoydon Road, E3 · Timberwharf Road, N16 · Upper Clapton Road, E5 · Viking Place, E10 · Walsham Close, N16 · Warwick Court, E5 · Warwick Grove, E5 · Waterloo Road, E10 · Watermint Quay, E5 · Watermint Quay, N16 · Waterworks Lane, E5 · Wattisfield Road, E5 · Wellington Road, E10 · Wellington Road, E17 · Westerham Road, E10 · Whitney Road, E10 · Windus Mews, N16 · Windus Walk, N16 · Wiseman Road, E10 · Woodmill Road, 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