Chessington Countryside Walk, KT10

Road in/near Claygate

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HREF='article.html?id=46443' target='_top'>Chessington Countryside Walk is a road in the KT10 postcode area

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VIEW THE CLAYGATE AREA IN THE 1750s
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VIEW THE CLAYGATE 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 CLAYGATE AREA IN THE 1830s
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VIEW THE CLAYGATE AREA IN THE 1860s
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VIEW THE CLAYGATE AREA IN THE 1900s
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<H3><HREF='article.html?id=46266' target='_top'>A HREF='article.html?id=645' THREF='article.html?id=46266' target='_top'>ARHREF='article.html?id=46097' target='_top'>GET='_top'>ClaygateHREF='article.html?id=46266' target='_top'>A>H3>MHREF='article.html?id=46097' target='_top'>G SRC='_graphics/645.jpg' WIDTH=302 style='float:left; width=250px; margin-right:10px;'>Claygate is a suburban village in Surrey. It is the only civil parish in the borough of Elmbridge

Claygate may get its name from the clay pits in the village that provided bricks for a large surrounding area including some of Hampton Court Palace.

Claygate appears in the Domesday Book as a manor of Thames Ditton, Claigate. This main manor of the village was held by Westminster HREF='article.html?id=46266' target='_top'>Abbey.

The manor descended (after its purchase in 1565) from the Vincent family to the Evelyn family. Much land remained in the manor when it was sold between 1718 and 1721 to the Earl of Lovelace, the King family and currently Locke King family who had sold the vast majority of its land by 1970.

The school was built in 1838 as a Church school, and enlarged in 1849.

Claygate's development chiefly was in the 60 years after the construction of its railway line and station (on the New HREF='article.html?id=46097' target='_top'>Guildford Line); the station opened in 1885.

With views particularly towards Cobham, Chessington and Leatherhead is Ruxley Towers, a Neo-HREF='article.html?id=46097' target='_top'>Gothic Victorian edifice constructed by Lord Foley who owned a considerable amount of land. On the other side on Telegraph Hill is a semaphore station built in 1822 to transmit messages between the HREF='article.html?id=46266' target='_top'>Admiralty and Portsmouth.


NEARBY STREETS AND BUILDINGS ON THE UNDERGROUND MAP
Applegarth, KT10 · Ashton Road, KT10 · Athlone, KT10 · Avondale Avenue, KT10 · Avondale Avenue, KT9 · Beaconsfield Gardens, KT10 · Beaconsfield Road, KT10 · Berkeley Gardens, KT10 · Blakeden Drive, KT10 · Bridle Road, KT10 · Brookfield Gardens, KT10 · Cavendish Lane, KT10 · Cedar Walk, KT10 · Chessington Countryside Walk, KT10 · Chessington Countryside Walk, KT9 · Chesterfield Drive, KT10 · Church Road, KT10 · Claremont Road, KT10 · Common Lane, KT10 · Common Road, KT10 · Cornwall Avenue, KT10 · Coverts Road, KT10 · Crediton Way, KT10 · Cumberland Drive, KT10 · Dalmore Avenue, KT10 · Derwent Close, KT10 · Elm Gardens, KT10 · Elm Road, KT10 · Fairlawn Close, KT10 · Fee Farm Road, KT10 · Firs Close, KT10 · Fitzalan Road, KT10 · Foley Mews, KT10 · Foley Road, KT10 · Forge Drive, KT10 · Foxwarren, KT10 · Glebelands, KT10 · Glenavon Close, KT10 · Gordon Road, KT10 · Hare Lane, KT10 · Harefield, KT10 · Hengest Avenue, KT10 · Hermitage Close, KT10 · High Foleys, KT10 · High Street, KT10 · Hill Rise, KT10 · Hill View Road, KT10 · Hillcrest Gardens, KT10 · Hinchley Drive, KT10 · Holroyd Road, KT10 · Judge Walk, KT10 · Kilnside, KT10 · Kings Mead Park, KT10 · Lane Gardens, KT10 · Langbourne Way, KT10 · Lower Wood Road, KT10 · Manor Drive, KT10 · Manor Road North, KT10 · Manor Road North, KT7 · Manor Road South, KT10 · Meadow Close, KT10 · Meadow Road, KT10 · Melbury Close, KT10 · Merrilyen Close, KT10 · Mount View Road, KT10 · Oaken Drive, KT10 · Oaken Lane, KT10 · Oakhill, KT10 · Old Claygate Lane, KT10 · Poplar Road, KT10 · Priors Wood, KT10 · Queen Anne Drive, KT10 · Raymond Way, KT10 · Red Lane, KT10 · Redruth Gardens, KT10 · Rosehill, KT10 · Ruxley Crescent, KT10 · Ruxley Ridge, KT10 · Severn Drive, KT10 · Soprano Way, KT10 · St Leonard’s Road, KT10 · Stevens Lane, KT10 · Telegraph Lane, KT10 · The Avenue, KT10 · The Causeway, KT10 · The Green, KT10 · The Roundway, KT10 · Thorn Close, KT10 · Torrington Close, KT10 · Torrington Road, KT10 · Tower Gardens, KT10 · Trystings Close, KT10 · Vale Croft, KT10 · Vale Road, KT10 · Woodbourne Drive, KT10 · Woodlands Close, KT10 · Woodward Close, KT10 ·


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