Padelford Lane, HA7

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VIEW THE BROCKLEY HILL AREA IN THE 1750s
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VIEW THE BROCKLEY HILL 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 BROCKLEY HILL AREA IN THE 1830s
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VIEW THE BROCKLEY HILL AREA IN THE 1860s
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VIEW THE BROCKLEY HILL AREA IN THE 1900s
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Panelford Lane, HA7
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Brockley Hill

Brockley Hill, near Stanmore, on the outskirts of London, rises to 136 metres (446 ft) above sea level.

The highway originally built by the Romans, which we know as Watling Street or more recently the A5 trunk road, rises steeply from the junction with Spur Road, Edgware, to the summit of Brockley Hill, climbing some 70m in a distance of about 1400 metres. The descent from the summit to Elstree Hill Roundabout about 600m to the North drops about 30m.

The area is associated with the archaeological site called Sulloniacis.

Its most prominent building is the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital.

Brockley Hill is the eastern arm of a long hill centred on Stanmore. The top of the hill is capped with Stanmore Gravel, which is the remnant of a layer of gravel laid down by a river system pre-dating the Thames. Under the gravel are layers of sand, silt and clay about 15 metres thick known as the Claygate Beds. Below this is London Clay about 70 metres thick.


LOCATIONS ON THE UNDERGROUND MAP
Brockley Hill:   Brockley Hill, near Stanmore, on the outskirts of London, rises to 136 metres (446 ft) above sea level.
Elstree South tube station:   Elstree South tube station (usually just Elstree on Underground maps) was an unbuilt London Underground station south of Elstree.


NEARBY STREETS AND BUILDINGS ON THE UNDERGROUND MAP
Albemarle Park, HA7 · Aran Drive, HA7 · Augustus Close, HA7 · Beatty Road, HA7 · Beech Tree Close, HA7 · Bernays Close, HA7 · Berry Hill, HA7 · Brightwen grove, HA7 · Brockley Avenue, HA7 · Brockley Close, HA7 · Brockleyside, HA7 · Buckingham House East, HA7 · Buckingham Parade, HA7 · Byworth House, HA7 · Capel Crescent, HA7 · Chambers Walk, HA7 · Chandos Court, HA7 · Charlbury Avenue, HA7 · Chevalier Close, HA7 · Church Road, HA7 · Claire Gardens, HA7 · Claudius Close, HA7 · Cleopatra Close, HA7 · Copley Road, HA7 · Craigweil Close, HA7 · Craigweil Drive, HA7 · Dalkeith Grove, HA7 · Dene Gardens, HA7 · Dennis Gardens, HA7 · Dennis Lane, HA7 · Dovercourt Gardens, HA7 · Du Cros Drive, HA7 · Elizabeth Gardens, HA7 · Elm Park, HA7 · Fauna Close, HA7 · Glanleam Road, HA7 · Glanville Mews, HA7 · Glebe Court, HA7 · Glebe Road, HA7 · Goodhall Close, HA7 · Green Verges, HA7 · Grove Farm Lane, HA7 · Haig Road, HA7 · Hardwick Close, HA7 · Heronslea Drive, HA7 · Howard Road, HA7 · Ingram Close, HA7 · Julius Caesar Way, HA7 · Kerry Avenue, HA7 · Knights Road, HA7 · Lady Alesford Avenue, HA7 · Lady Aylesford Avenue, HA7 · Lemark Close, HA7 · Little Common, HA7 · Malcolm Court, HA7 · Marsh Lane, HA7 · Merrion Avenue, HA7 · Merryfield Gardens, HA7 · Morecambe Gardens, HA7 · Myddleton Close, HA7 · Naresby Fold, HA7 · Nelson Road, HA7 · Padelford Lane, HA7 · Panelford Lane, HA7 · Par Road, HA7 · Parr Road, HA7 · Peters Close, HA7 · Pine Close, HA7 · Pynnacles Close, HA7 · Reenglass Road, HA7 · Rusper Close, HA7 · Samuel Close, HA7 · Sandymount Avenue, HA7 · Silverston Way, HA7 · Snaresbrook Drive, HA7 · Talman Grove, HA7 · The Broadway, HA7 · The Grove, Warren Lane, HA7 · The Spinney, HA7 · Tintagel Drive, HA7 · Valencia Road, HA7 · Warren Lane, HA7 · Watling Farm Close, HA7 · Westbere Drive, HA7 · White House Drive, HA7 · William Drive, HA7 · Wood Lane, HA7 ·


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