Long Meadow Close, BR4

Road built in the first world war period

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Long Meadow Close is a road in the BR3 postcode area



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VIEW THE WEST WICKHAM AREA IN THE 1750s
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VIEW THE WEST WICKHAM AREA IN THE 1800s
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VIEW THE WEST WICKHAM AREA IN THE 1830s
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VIEW THE WEST WICKHAM AREA IN THE 1860s
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VIEW THE WEST WICKHAM AREA IN THE 1900s
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LOCATIONS ON THE UNDERGROUND MAP
Coney Hall Recreation Ground:   
Langley Park Sports Ground:   
Old Wilsonians Association Private Sports Ground:   
Sparrows Den Playing Fields:   
West Wickham Bowling Club Clubhouse:   
Wickham Park Sports Club:   


NEARBY STREETS AND BUILDINGS ON THE UNDERGROUND MAP
Aberdare Close, BR4 · Acacia Gardens, BR4 · Arragon Gardens, BR4 · Ash Grove, BR4 · Ashby Close, BR4 · Atkins Drive, BR4 · Beckenham Road, BR4 · Bencurtis Park, BR4 · Birch Tree Avenue, BR2 · Birch Tree Avenue, BR4 · Blakes Green, BR4 · Bolderwood Way, BR4 · Bolderwood Way, CR0 · Boleyn Gardens, BR4 · Bourne Way, BR4 · Braemar Gardens, BR4 · Bramley Way, BR4 · Briar Lane, BR4 · Briar Lane, CR0 · Cavendish Way, BR4 · Chamberlain Crescent, BR4 · Cherry Tree Walk, BR4 · Chessington Way, BR4 · Cheyne Park Drive, BR4 · Church Drive, BR4 · Colin Close, BR4 · Coney Hill Road, BR4 · Copse Avenue, BR4 · Corkscrew Hill, BR4 · Courtfield Rise, BR4 · Croft Avenue, BR4 · Dixon Place, BR4 · Farm Close, BR4 · Gates Green Road, BR2 · Gates Green Road, BR4 · Glebe Way, BR4 · Goodhart Way, BR4 · Grosvenor Road, BR4 · Hardcourt Close, BR4 · Hardcourts Close, BR4 · Hartfield Crescent, BR4 · Hartfield Road, BR4 · Harvest Bank Road, BR4 · Hawes Lane, BR4 · Hawkhurst Way, BR4 · Hawkhurst Way, CR0 · Hayes Chase, BR4 · Hayes Hill, BR4 · High Broom Crescent, BR4 · High Mead, BR4 · High Street, BR4 · Highbury Close, BR4 · Highfield Drive, BR4 · Holland Way, BR4 · Inchwood, BR4 · Kent Road, BR4 · Keswick Road, BR4 · Knotley Way, BR4 · Lahams Road, BR4 · Langley Way, BR4 · Lawrence Road, BR4 · Layhams Road, BR4 · Lennard Avenue, BR4 · Lennard Close, BR4 · Lime Tree Walk, BR4 · Linden Leas, BR4 · Links Road, BR4 · Little Court, BR4 · Long Meadow Close, BR4 · Long Meadow Close, BR4 · Manor Park Close, BR4 · Manor Park Road, BR4 · Manor Road, BR4 · Martins Close, BR4 · Marwell Close, BR4 · Monarch Close, BR4 · Mount Court, BR4 · North Road, BR4 · Oak Grove, BR4 · Oak Lodge Drive, BR4 · Oaklands Avenue, BR4 · Palmer Close, BR4 · Park Avenue, BR4 · Phoenix Close, BR4 · Pickhurst Green, BR4 · Pickhurst Lane, BR2 · Pickhurst Lane, BR4 · Pickhurst Rise, BR4 · Pine Avenue, BR4 · Pond Cottage Lane, BR4 · Pond Cottage Lane, CR0 · Queensway, BR2 · Queensway, BR4 · Ravenswood Avenue, BR4 · Ravenswood Crescent, BR4 · Rays Road, BR4 · Red Lodge Road, BR3 · Red Lodge Road, BR4 · Robins Grove, BR4 · Rodney Gardens, BR4 · Rose Walk, BR4 · Seabrook Drive, BR4 · Sherwood Way, BR4 · Silver Lane, BR4 · South Walk, BR4 · Southcroft Avenue, BR4 · Springfield Gardens, BR4 · St David’s Close, BR3 · St David’s Close, BR4 · Stambourne Way, BR4 · Station Approach, BR4 · Station Road, BR4 · Sussex Road, BR4 · The Alders, BR4 · The Avenue, BR4 · The Crescent, BR4 · The Drive, BR4 · The Glade, BR4 · The Grove, BR4 · The Mead, BR4 · Tiepigs Lane, BR4 · Tudor Gardens, BR4 · West Way, BR4 · Wichham Crescent, BR4 · Wickham Chase, BR4 · Wickham Court Road, BR4 · Wilmar Gardens, BR4 · Windermere Road, BR4 · Wood Lodge Lane, BR4 · Woodland Way, BR4 ·

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What is Long Meadow Close, BR4 like as a place to live?

TRANSPORTATION
Good
DAILY LIFE
Good
SAFETY
Good
HEALTH
Good
SPORTS AND LEISURE
Good
ENTERTAINMENT
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DEMOGRAPHICS
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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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