Doghurst Drive, UB7

Road is in an area which may have existed since the nineteenth century or before

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Doghurst Drive is a road in the UB7 postcode area



ADD A STORY TO DOGHURST DRIVE
VIEW THE HARMONDSWORTH 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 HARMONDSWORTH 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 HARMONDSWORTH 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 HARMONDSWORTH 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 HARMONDSWORTH AREA IN THE 1900s
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Harmondsworth

Harmondsworth is a village to the north of today's Heathrow Airport.

Harmondsworth was originally a parish, with the name first recorded in AD 780 when King Offa granted land to his servant Aeldred. It was mentioned in the Domesday Book, its name coming from the Anglo-Saxon Heremodes worþ, meaning 'Heremod's enclosure'.

The church of St Mary within the village has with parts dating from the 12th century. The Grade I listed Harmondsworth Barn, Britain's largest tithe barn, made entirely without nails.

There are two UK Border Agency immigration removal centres in Harmondsworth. British Airways is headquartered in Waterside in Harmondsworth. The building officially opened in 1999.



LOCATIONS ON THE UNDERGROUND MAP
Bathurst:   The first farmhouse south along Heathrow Road south of the Bath Road junction was ’Bathurst’, situated to the east of the road.
Doghurst Cottages:   Doghurst Cottages were situated at the east side of the north end of Heathrow Road.
Harmondsworth:   Harmondsworth is a village to the north of today's Heathrow Airport.
Harmondsworth Moor:   
Heathrow Airport Central bus station:   Heathrow Airport Central bus station serves London Heathrow Airport.
Heathrow Brick Works:   The Heathrow Brick Works was a 20th century concern.
Heathrow Farm:   Heathrow Farm was at the heart of the hamlet known as Heath Row.
Heathrow Hall:   Heathrow Hall was an attractive 18th century building occupied by one of the several branches of the Philp family who farmed extensively in the area.
Heathrow Primary School:   Community school (Primary) which accepts students between the ages of 3 and 11.
Heathrow Road chapel:   Heathrow Road chapel was already disused when the area was demolished
London Heathrow Terminal 1:   Heathrow Terminal 1 is a disused airport terminal at London Heathrow Airport that was in operation between 1968 to 2015.
London Heathrow Terminal 2:   Heathrow Terminal 2, also known as The Queen’s Terminal, is an airport terminal at Heathrow Airport.
Palmer’s Farm:   Palmer’s Farm was built in the early 17th century.
Perrott’s Farm:   Perrott’s Farm was a farm in the old hamlet of Heath Row.
Philp’s market garden:   W & S Philp’s ran a market gardening concern situated on the west side of Heathrow Road.
Plough and Harrow:   The Plough and Harrow was situated on Heathrow Road between the junctions of Cain’s Lane and High Tree Lane.
St. George’s Interdenominational Chapel:   St George’s Interdenominational Chapel is a place of worship situated in Heathrow Airport.
Tunnel Road, TW6:   Tunnel Road connects the central area of Heathrow Airport with the M4.
Wheatcut Corner:   The junction with Cain’s Lane and Heathrow Road was named Wheatcut Corner.
Wheatcut Field:   Wheatcut Field was a square area of land.


NEARBY STREETS AND BUILDINGS ON THE UNDERGROUND MAP
A4, UB7 · Acacia Mews, UB7 · Accommodation Lane, UB7 · Ashby Way, UB7 · Baysfarm Court, UB7 · Bolton’s Lane, UB3 · Boltons Lane, UB3 · Boltons Lane, UB7 · Bomer Close, UB7 · Browngraves Road, UB3 · Calshot Way, TW6 · Calshott Road, TW6 · Camborne Crescent, TW6 · Cheddar Road, TW6 · Chestnut Close, UB7 · Chiswick to Langley Special Road, UB3 · Chitterfield Gate, UB7 · Colnbrook By Passage, UB7 · Colnbrook By-Pass, UB7 · Colnbrook By-Pass, UB7 · Control Tower Road, TW6 · Croft Close, UB3 · Cromer Road, TW6 · Doghurst Avenue, UB3 · Doghurst Drive, UB7 · Egerton Way, UB3 · Field Close, UB3 · Harmondsworth Lane, UB7 · Heathrow Airside Road Tunnel, TW19 · Heathrow Boulevard, UB7 · Heathrow Close, UB7 · Heathrow Road, TW6 · Heathrow Summit Centre, UB7 · Hollycroft Close, UB7 · Hollycroft Gardens, UB7 · Inner Ring East, TW6 · Inner Ring West, TW6 · Kenwood Close, UB7 · M4 J4b M25 J15, SL0 · M4 J4b M25 J15, SL3 · M4 J4b M25 J15, UB7 · M4 Junction 4, UB3 · M4 Junction 4, UB7 · M4, UB3 · Meadowlea Close, UB7 · Mondial Way, UB3 · Nene Road, TW6 · Nettleton Road, UB3 · Newbury Road, UB7 · Northern Perimeter Road, UB7 · Northwood Road, UB7 · Pinglestone Close, UB7 · Raywood Close, UB3 · Saxon Way, UB7 · Shepiston Lane, UB3 · Sipson Close, UB7 · Sipson Lane, UB3 · Sipson Lane, UB7 · Sipson Way, UB7 · Skyport Drive, UB7 · Sovereign Court, UB7 · Speedbird Way, UB7 · Stanwell Moor Road, UB7 · Summit Centre, UB7 · Tarmac Way, UB7 · Tasker Close, UB3 · Vine Close, UB7 · Warneford Road, TW6 · Wilton Close, UB7 · Wirra Way, UB7 · World Business Centre Heathrow, TW6 · Wykeham Close, UB7 · Zealand Avenue, UB7 ·
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