Theobald Street in the 1900s

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Watercolour of the lower part of Theobald Street.

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Watercolour of the lower part of Theobald Street.

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I didn’t live here
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I was brought up in Borehamwood - first in Wansford Park and later in Theobald Street.
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My mother worked at Keystones in the 1940 before she was married. She later worked at home which a lot of people did. You would often see people walking around Boreham Wood with boxes filled with piecework for the factory.
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From the archive, 21 July 1982: IRA terror bombs kill eight soldiers in London parks
21 July 1982: Two explosions bring carnage to London’s Hyde Park and Regent’s ParkThe Provisional IRA brought scenes of horror and carnage back to the streets of London yesterday with two bombs that left two cavalrymen dead in Hyde Park and killed six bandsmen from the Royal Green Jackets in Regents Park. At least 51 people, many of the civilians, were taken to hospital, some with serious injuries. The bombs exploded within two hours of each other. The first, made with between 5 and 10Ib of commercial explosives and packed with four and six inch nails, went off at 10.43 am ripping through a troop of 16 soldiers from the Blues and Royals as they left the Knightsbridge Barracks of the Household Cavalry for the daily changing of the guard in Whitehall. Related: Man accused of 1982 IRA Hyde Park bombing walks free Continue reading...

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OTHER THEOBALD STREET, WD6 ENTRIES

Theobald Street, WD6
(1367-now)

Theobald Street in the 1900s
(1900)

Theobald Street, WD6

Theobald Street runs from the centre of Borehamwood to the centre of Radlett.

Theobald Street was, until the twentieth century, the high street of Borehamwood. Shops run along the street between the Crown pub and Brickfield Cottages. Only with the arrival of the film industry did Shenley Road begin to take over this function.

The "street" part of the name is derived from an often-used Hertfordshire term for a hamlet which lies on a long road - other examples are Colney Street and, more locally, Green Street. In modern times the street was named after that of the hamlet - this is the reason it is a ’street’ rather than a ’lane’, despite its rural setting.

While associated more now with Borehamwood, the hamlet of Theobald Street lay nearer what is now Radlett and indeed was a former alternative name for Radlett. In 1718 the bridge over a stream between Radlett and Colney Street - called High Bridge - was sometimes described as being in the hamlet of Theobald Street. The line of Theobald Street south from Radlett was at first just a footpath.

Before the name settled into the modern form, Theobald Street was also called Tiberstreet, Tibure Street, Theebald Street, and Tyteburst Street. In the Domesday Book it was called Titeberst.

Elstree, the oldest part of the parish, came into the possession of St Albans Abbey in 1188, when it was known as Tidulfes Treow and Borehamwood as Bosci di Borham. Both names have undergone various changes and spellings over the centuries, and many older residents still prefer to spell Boreham Wood as two words.

Older local roads, including Barnet Lane, Furzehill Road, Shenley Road, Allum Lane and the Borehamwood end of Theobald Street, were created as a result of the Enclosure Act of 1776, whereby the 684 acres of Borehamwood Common were divided up amongst various landowners, including the Church, and in return new roads were laid out which were to be sixty feet wide including verges.

By Victorian times this part of the Parish consisted of little more than a hamlet, clustered around Theobald Street, north of the junction with Shenley Road, and surrounded by farms.

A small school opened at 27a Theobald Street in 1896. Since the introduction of the Education Act in 1870, making it compulsory for children under the age of ten to go to school, another building down the road at number 35 had been used as a temporary infants’ school for the area. Older pupils had to walk to the Elstree National School or Medburn Boys’ School, which was on the route to Radlett.

In 1896, 27a Theobald Street was erected. It is thought to have been constructed using bricks mined from a quarry off Deacons Hill Road, in Elstree. The building was also used by Elstree and Borehamwood Town Council, for meetings in the early 20th century.

A war memorial was placed at the junction of Theobald Street and Shenley Road. It was dedicated on 20 October 1921.

The growth of Borehamwood proceeded rapidly in the 1940s and 1950s. It was reported that Elstree Rural District Council built 1500 homes between 1945 and 1956, the London County Council 2700 homes, and 550 private dwellings were constructed. In 1957-8, the War Memorial moved from Theobald Street to the Elstree Way end of Shenley Road. A number of residential properties still remained in Shenley Road and some residents still talk of ‘going down the village’ when referring to this shopping centre. Shenley Road by then had taken over completely from Theobald Street as the centre of the growing town.


LOCATIONS ON THE UNDERGROUND MAP
131 Shenley Road, WD6:   131 Shenley Road is a shop along the main street of Borehamwood.
133-135 Shenley Road, WD6:   133 Shenley Road is a shop along the main street of Borehamwood.
148-150 Shenley Road, WD6:   148-150 Shenley Road is a double frontage and marks the former site of the Grosvenor Hotel.
174 Theobald Street, WD6: Scott Hatton:   Scott Hatton lived here in 2017
199 Shenley Road, WD6:   199 Shenley Road is a shop along the main street of Borehamwood.
21 Shenley Road, WD6:   21 Shenley Road was the location of the Shenley Road Market Arcade.
23 Shenley Road, WD6:   23 Shenley Road was, for a long time, the location of the Boreham Wood Post Office.
25-27 Shenley Road, WD6:   25-27 Shenley Road was the former site of the local telephone exchange.
29 Shenley Road, WD6:   29 Shenley Road is a shop along the main street of Borehamwood.
3 Shenley Road, WD6:   3 Shenley Road is a shop along the main street of Borehamwood.
31 Shenley Road, WD6:   31 Shenley Road is a shop along the main street of Borehamwood.
33 Shenley Road, WD6:   33 Shenley Road is a shop along the main street of Borehamwood.
37 Shenley Road, WD6:   37 Shenley Road is a shop along the main street of Borehamwood.
39 Shenley Road, WD6:   39 Shenley Road is a shop along the main street of Borehamwood.
41 Shenley Road, WD6:   41 Shenley Road is a shop along the main street of Borehamwood.
43 Shenley Road, WD6:   43 Shenley Road is a shop along the main street of Borehamwood.
45 Shenley Road, WD6:   45 Shenley Road is a shop along the main street of Borehamwood.
47 Shenley Road, WD6:   47 Shenley Road is a shop along the main street of Borehamwood.
49 Shenley Road, WD6:   49 Shenley Road was the original location of Tom Wingate's General Store.
5 Shenley Road, WD6:   5 Shenley Road is one of three shops originally built in 1910.
51 Shenley Road, WD6:   51 Shenley Road is part of a row of five original interwar shops.
53 Shenley Road, WD6:   53 Shenley Road is part of a row of five original interwar shops.
55 Shenley Road, WD6:   55 Shenley Road is part of a row of five original interwar shops.
57 Shenley Road, WD6:   57 Shenley Road is part of a row of five original interwar shops.
59 Shenley Road, WD6:   59 Shenley Road is part of a row of five original interwar shops.
61 Shenley Road, WD6:   61 Shenley Road was an electricity showroom.
63 Shenley Road, WD6:   63 Shenley Road was one of four shops developed after World War One, opposite the top of Furzehill Road.
65 Shenley Road, WD6:   65 Shenley Road is a shop along the main street of Borehamwood.
67 Shenley Road, WD6:   67 Shenley Road is a shop along the main street of Borehamwood.
69 Shenley Road, WD6:   69 Shenley Road is a shop along the main street of Borehamwood.
7 Shenley Road, WD6:   7 Shenley Road is part of a row of three shops built in 1910.
71 Shenley Road, WD6:   71 Shenley Road was built at the turn of the twentieth century.
73 Shenley Road, WD6:   Before it was redeveloped to become a Starbucks, Hansons occupied 73 Shenley Road for decades.
9 Shenley Road, WD6:   9 Shenley Road is a shop built in 1910 on the corner of Glenhaven Avenue.
Aberford Park:   Aberford Park lies in Brook Road, Borehamwood.
ABPC Elstree Studios:   British National Pictures Ltd purchased 50 acres of land on the south side of Shenley Road and began construction of two large film stages in 1925. The first film produced there was Madame Pompadour in 1927.
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All Saints Church:   All Saints church is Church of England, built in the Jacobean style and was consecrated in 1910.
Barnet Grass Speedway:   Barnet Grass Speedway was active between 1929 and 1936, next to the recently constructed Barnet By Pass.
Boreham Wood Baptist Church:   The Baptist Church, situated on the corner of Furzehill Road, opened on 14 July 1911.
Borehamwood:   Borehamwood is a town of approximately 30 000 residents in southern Hertfordshire, just outside London, and part of the London commuter belt.
Brickfield Cottages:   Brickfield Cottages were built in 1858 by Charles Morgan, who owned the brickfield next door.
British and Dominion Studios:   In 1930 British and Dominion bought three new sound stages from British International Pictures Ltd on the adjoining site before their construction was completed.
Bullbaiters Farm:   Bullbaiters Farm near Boreham Wood was originally called Bullbeggar's Farm - Bullbeggar meaning 'hobgoblin' or 'scarecrow'.
Cressalls Farm:   Cressalls Farm was a Boreham Wood farm on Theobald Street.
Green Street:   Green Street was once a separate village from Borehamwood but is now on the edge of its urban area.
Green Willows:   The Green Willows pub seems to have existed from 1871 until the turn of the twentieth century.
Keystone Passage, WD6:   Keystone Passage commemorates the Keystone factory.
MGM Studios:   Amalgamated Studios Ltd constructed a large studio on the north side of Elstree Way between 1935 and 1937. The company was unable to meet the cost and sold out to Arthur Rank.
Mops and Brooms:   Nelson Cottage, Well End, is a two storey two bay timber framed house dating from c1600. It became a beer house in 1841.
Neptune Studios:   The Neptune Film Company opened the first studios in Borehamwood in 1914. It contained just a single small windowless stage (the first dark stage in England), relying entirely on electricity from a gas powered generator for lighting.
Red Lion:   The Red Lion was one of two pubs in Green Street.
Saffron Green Primary School:   The first bell for lessons sounded at Saffron Green Primary School in September 1953.
Sainsbury’s Local:   The Crown pub was replaced by a supermarket in 2011.
Shenley Road water tank:   Shenley Road tank was a fire prevention feature of Boreham Wood.
Station Road Studios:   A single large stage was built in Station Road, Borehamwood in 1928 by Whitehall Films Ltd but the company was wound up in 1930.
Stirling Corner:   Stirling Corner is the road junction of the A1 Barnet Bypass and Barnet Lane.
Studio 70:   Studio 70 was the main cinema in Borehamwood between the 1930s and the 1980s.
Tee Shaped Wood:   Tee Shaped Wood was a woodland in the fields of Boreham Wood.
Thatched Barn:   The Thatched Barn motel was built alongside the new Barnet By Pass in 1932.
The Crown:   The Crown was the main pub in Borehamwood until 2010.
Thrift Farm:   Thrift Farm was a farm in Boreham Wood.


PHOTOS OF THE AREA
Bullbaiter’s Farm Sale (1905):   Bullbaiter’s Farm was located at the bottom of the modern Bullhead Road.
Buses in Shenley Road:   A 292 and 358 in Shenley Road.
Fox and Clark’ Furniture Shop (1905):   Added photo for 73 Shenley Road, WD6
Home of Rest for Horses:   The Home of Rest for Horses was situated at the corner of Furzehill Road and Barnet Lane, near Borehamwood.
Horse and cart at Bullbaiter's Farm:   Addition to Bullbaiter's Farm
Junction of Shenley Road and Drayton Road:   Looking along Shenley Road towards Furzehill Road
Mr George King at Bullbaiter's Farm:   Addition to Bullbaiter's Farm.
Shenley Road (1930s):   Shenley Road, Borehamwood in the 1930s
Thatched Barn:   The Thatched Barn was a two-storey mock-Tudor hotel built in 1927 on the Barnet by-pass.
The Myriad Stores:   Added photo for 49 Shenley Road, WD6
The Orchard:   The Orchard (1953)
Thift Farm (1960s):   A rare view of Thrift Farm, before the creation of the "Studio Estate".
View of Borehamwood (1928):   This view, taken from a plane high above Furzehill Road shows a Borehamwood which was yet to develop.


NEARBY STREETS AND BUILDINGS ON THE UNDERGROUND MAP
A41, WD6 · Abbots Place, WD6 · Aberford Road, WD6 · Alban Crescent, WD6 · Alconbury Close, WD6 · Alexandra Road, WD6 · Allerton Close, WD6 · Allerton Road, WD6 · Almond Way, WD6 · Anthony Road, WD6 · Armstrong Close, WD6 · Arundel Drive, WD6 · Ashdown Drive, WD6 · Ashley Drive, WD6 · Audley Close, WD6 · Aycliffe Road, WD6 · Bairstow Close, WD6 · Baldock Way, WD6 · Balmoral Drive, WD6 · Banks Road, WD6 · Barham Avenue, WD6 · Barnet Way, EN5 · Barnet Way, WD6 · Barnsdale Close, WD6 · Barton Way, WD6 · Beech Drive, WD6 · Beechfield Close, WD6 · Belford Road, WD6 · Bennington Drive, WD6 · Berwick Road, WD6 · Blyth Close, WD6 · Boyce Close, WD6 · Bracken Close, WD6 · Bradbury Close, WD6 · Broghinge Road, WD6 · Brook Road, WD6 · Broughinge Road, WD6 · Brownlow Road, WD6 · Buckettsland Lane, WD6 · Buckingham Road, WD6 · Buckton Road, WD6 · Bullhead Road, WD6 · Burghley Avenue, WD6 · Byron Avenue, WD6 · Caishowe Road, WD6 · Canterbury Road, WD6 · Cardinal Avenue, WD6 · Carlton Close, WD6 · Carrington Avenue, WD6 · Carrington Close, WD6 · Castleford Close, WD6 · Catterick Way, WD6 · Cedars Close, WD6 · Champions Close, WD6 · Chandos Road, WD6 · Chatsworth Close, WD6 · Chaucer Grove, WD6 · Chester Road, WD6 · Chiltern Close, WD6 · Clarendon Road, WD6 · Cleveland Crescent, WD6 · Clifton Way, WD6 · Clydesdale Close, WD6 · Coleridge Way, WD6 · Connemara Close, WD6 · Coopers Crescent, WD6 · Corfe Close, WD6 · Cowley Hill, WD6 · Cranes Way, WD6 · Cromwell Road, WD6 · Crossoaks Lane, WD6 · Crown Road, WD6 · Croxdale Road, WD6 · Dacre Gardens, WD6 · Dales Road, WD6 · Danziger Way, WD6 · Darrington Road, WD6 · Delamere Road, WD6 · Denham Way, WD6 · Digswell Close, WD6 · Drayton Road, WD6 · Dunnock Close, WD6 · Durham Road, WD6 · Easton Gardens, WD6 · Eaton Way, WD6 · Edulf Road, WD6 · Eldon Avenue, WD6 · Elmwood Avenue, WD6 · Elstree Distribution Park, WD6 · Elstree Park, WD6 · Elstree Way, WD6 · Essex Road, WD6 · Fairburn Close, WD6 · Farm Close, WD6 · Farrant Way, WD6 · Farriers Way, WD6 · Featherstone Gardens, WD6 · Felton Close, WD6 · Furzehill Road, WD6 · Gables Avenue, WD6 · Gateshead Road, WD6 · George Street, WD6 · Gibbons Close, WD6 · Glenhaven Avenue, WD6 · Grace Close, WD6 · Grantham Green, WD6 · Green Street, WD6 · Greenside, WD6 · Gregson Close, WD6 · Grosvenor Road, WD6 · Grove Road, WD6 · Hackney Close, WD6 · Haddon Close, WD6 · Haggerston Road, WD6 · Halter Close, WD6 · Hampton Close, WD6 · Hartforde Road, WD6 · Hawkins Close, WD6 · High Canons, WD6 · Hillside Avenue, WD6 · Holme Park, WD6 · Holmshill Lane, WD6 · Hornbeam Close, WD6 · Howard Drive, WD6 · Hunter Close, WD6 · Keats Close, WD6 · Kelly Close, WD6 · Kenilworth Close, WD6 · Kenilworth Drive, WD6 · Kensington Way, WD6 · Kent Close, WD6 · Kingsley Avenue, WD6 · Knebworth Path, WD6 · Laughton Court, WD6 · Leeming Road, WD6 · Lexington Close, WD6 · Links Drive, WD6 · Linster Grove, WD6 · Linton Avenue, WD6 · Lombardy Way, WD6 · Lullington Garth, WD6 · Malden Road, WD6 · Manor Way, WD6 · Markham Close, WD6 · Masefield Avenue, WD6 · Mason Close, WD6 · Maxwell Road, WD6 · Maydwell Lodge, WD6 · Meadow Road, WD6 · Melrose Avenue, WD6 · Meryfield Close, WD6 · Micklefield Way, WD6 · Mildred Avenue, WD6 · Milland Court, WD6 · Milton Drive, WD6 · Monkswood Gardens, WD6 · Morpeth Avenue, WD6 · Newark Green, WD6 · Newton Crescent, WD6 · Nicoll Way, WD6 · Niven Close, WD6 · Norfolk Gardens, WD6 · Northfield Road, WD6 · Northgate Path, WD6 · Norton Close, WD6 · Novello Way, WD6 · Oakwood Avenue, WD6 · Oberon Close, WD6 · Odyssey Road, WD6 · Organ Hall Road, WD6 · Palmers Road, WD6 · Park Crescent, WD6 · Penscroft Gardens, WD6 · Percheron Road, WD6 · Pinewood Close, WD6 · Potters Lane, WD6 · Powys Court, WD6 · Purcell Close, WD6 · Pursley Gardens, WD6 · Ranskill Road, WD6 · Red Road, WD6 · Redwood Rise, WD6 · Reston Close, WD6 · Retford Close, WD6 · Richmond Close, WD6 · Ripon Way, WD6 · Robeson Way, WD6 · Rossington Avenue, WD6 · Rowley Lane, WD6 · Rutherford Close, WD6 · Rye Close, WD6 · Sawtry Way, WD6 · Saxon Court, WD6 · Sellers Close, WD6 · Shakespeare Drive, WD6 · Shenley Road, WD6 · Shepperton Close, WD6 · Silver Hill, WD6 · Sinderby Close, WD6 · Siskin Close, WD6 · Spring Close, WD6 · St Paul?s Close, WD6 · Stainer Road, WD6 · Stanborough Avenue, WD6 · Stanborough Close, WD6 · Stangate Crescent, WD6 · Stanley Gardens, WD6 · Stapleton Road, WD6 · Station Road, WD6 · Stevenage Crescent, WD6 · Stilton Path, WD6 · Stirling Corner, WD6 · Stirling Way, WD6 · Stratfield Road, WD6 · Stretton Way, WD6 · Studio Way, WD6 · Summerswood Lane, WD6 · Tallis Way, WD6 · Tempsford Avenue, WD6 · Tennison Avenue, WD6 · The Campions, WD6 · The Pines, WD6 · The Reddings, WD6 · Theobald Street, WD6 · Theobold Street, WD7 · Thirsk Road, WD6 · Thornbury Gardens, WD6 · Thrift Farm Lane, WD6 · Tilehouse Close, WD6 · Tinwell Mews, WD6 · Torworth Road, WD6 · Tudor Court, WD6 · Tuxford Close · Tuxford Close, WD6 · Vale Avenue, WD6 · Walshford Way, WD6 · Wansford Park, WD6 · Warenford Way, WD6 · Warren Grove, WD6 · Warwick Road, WD6 · Water End Close, WD6 · Welbeck Close, WD6 · Well End Road, WD6 · Wentbridge Path, WD6 · Wetherby Road, WD6 · Whitehall Close, WD6 · Whitehouse Avenue, WD6 · Winstre Road, WD6 · Winthorpe Gardens, WD6 · Woodlands Close, WD6 · Woolmer Close, WD6 · Wordsworth Gardens, WD6 · York Crescent, WD6 ·


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