Chingford Lane, E4

Road in/near Hale End, existing between 1876 and now

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Road · Hale End · E4 · Contributed by The Underground Map
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Chingford Lane is a main road skirting Woodford Golf Club.

Chingford Lane shows some early Warner Estate development with terraced housing dating from the late 1870s.

St.Andrew’s Church of England opened in 1880 with services held in the Working Men’s hall and then in a room nearby. An iron church was erected in 1888. In 1923 the iron was replaced with cement and the frame had moved north to make room for a hall, and kitchen. The original wooden bell-tower was also removed.

Source: Edith’s Streets



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VIEW THE HALE END AREA IN THE 1750s
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VIEW THE HALE END AREA IN THE 1800s
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VIEW THE HALE END AREA IN THE 1830s
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VIEW THE HALE END AREA IN THE 1860s
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LOCATIONS ON THE UNDERGROUND MAP
Memorial Park:   
Rolls Sports Ground:   


NEARBY STREETS AND BUILDINGS ON THE UNDERGROUND MAP
A1009, E4 · Abbotts Crescent, E4 · Acorn Close, E4 · Ainslie Road, E4 · Ainslie Wood Cresent, E4 · Ainslie Wood Gardens, E4 · Ainslie Wood Road, E4 · Aldriche Way, E4 · Alma Avenue, E4 · Appleby Close, E4 · Ashwood Road, E4 · Avril Way, E4 · Bailey Close, E4 · Balliol Avenue, E4 · Beaufort Close, E4 · Beech Hall Crescent, E4 · Beech Hall Cresent, E4 · Bellamy Road, E4 · Bernwell Road, E4 · Betoyne Avenue, E4 · Beverley Road, E4 · Bluehouse Road, E4 · Bourne Gardens, E4 · Briarview Court, E4 · Broad Oak Close, E4 · Broadway Parade, E4 · Brook Crescent, E4 · Brook Gardens, E4 · Brook Road, E4 · Brookhouse Gardens, E4 · Castle Avenue, E4 · Castle Avenue, IG8 · Cavendish Road, E4 · Celebration Way, E4 · Chingdale Road, E4 · Chingford Lane, E4 · Chivers Road, E4 · Clivedon Road, E4 · Coningsby Gardens, E4 · Connington Crescent, E4 · Coolgardie Avenue, E4 · Cranston Gardens, E4 · Daphne Gardens, E4 · Edward Avenue, E4 · Epping New Road, E4 · Evanston Avenue, E4 · Falmouth Avenue, E4 · Falmouth Avenue, IG8 · Field Close, E4 · Finch Gardens, E4 · Flaxen Road, E4 · Forest Glade, E4 · Frances Road, E4 · Friday Hill East, E4 · Gordon Avenue, E4 · Greenwood Drive, E4 · Grove Road, E4 · Haldan Road, E4 · Hale End Road, E4 · Handsworth Avenue, E4 · Harold Road, E4 · Hatch Lane, E4 · Hickman Avenue, E4 · Higham Station Avenue, E4 · Hornbeam Grove, E4 · Inks Green, E4 · Jack’s Farm Way, E4 · Jubilee Avenue, E4 · Keynsham Avenue, E4 · Keynsham Avenue, IG8 · Larkshall Crescent, E4 · Larkswood Road, E4 · Lena Kennedy Close, E4 · Lichfield Road, IG8 · Long Leys, E4 · Longshaw Road, E4 · Lyndhurst Road, E4 · Lynton Road, E4 · Malvern Avenue, E4 · Marion Grove, IG8 · Marlborough Road, E4 · Merriam Close, E4 · Montalt Road, IG8 · Morris Court, E4 · Morrison Avenue, E4 · Nelson Road, E4 · New Road, E4 · Newbury Road, E4 · Newgate Street, E4 · Newgate Street, IG8 · Nightingale Avenue, E4 · Nightingale Close, E4 · Normanshire Drive, E4 · Oakdale Gardens, E4 · Palace View Road, E4 · Preston Avenue, E4 · Richmond Avenue, E4 · Richmond Crescent, E4 · Rolls Park Avenue, E4 · Rolls Park Road, E4 · Ropers Avenue, E4 · Royston Avenue, E4 · Saxlingham Road, E4 · Selwyn Avenue, E4 · Sheredan Road, E4 · Silverdale Road, E4 · St Johns Road, E4 · St. Leonard’s Avenue, E4 · Stapleford Close, E4 · Suffield Road, E4 · Sunnydene Avenue, E4 · The Avenue, E4 · The Bramblings, E4 · The Broadway, E4 · The Close, E4 · The Hale, E4 · Thurlow Close, E4 · Tudor Road, E4 · Underwood Road, E4 · Village Close, E4 · Warboys Crescent, E4 · Waterhall Avenue, E4 · Wickham Road, E4 · Winchester Road, E4 · Windsor Road, E4 · Wittenham Way, E4 · Woodside Gardens, E4 ·

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Ordnance Survey of the London region (1939) FREE DOWNLOAD
Ordnance Survey colour map of the environs of London 1:10,560 scale
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Stanford's Geographical Establishment. London : Edward Stanford, 26 & 27, Cockspur St., Charing Cross, S.W. (1901)
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