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Bromley North is located at the southern end of a short branch line from Grove Park from where connections can be made for London Bridge, Cannon Street and Charing Cross.

Bromley is the principal town in the London Borough of Bromley. It is a suburban development situated 9.3 miles (14.9 km) south east of Charing Cross.

The town has a large shopping and retail area including a pedestrianised High Street and The Glades shopping centre. The London Borough of Bromley Civic Centre is located in the town.

H. G. Wells, most famous for his book The War of the Worlds, was born in Bromley. In August 2005, the wall honouring H.G Wells outside various coffee shops was repainted. The current wall painting features a rich green background with the same H.G Wells reference and the evolution sequence of homosapiens featured on Origin of Species by Charles Darwin.

Bromley is also known for The Bromley Contingent, who were a group of followers and fans of the Sex Pistols, including Siouxsie Sioux, Sid Vicious and Billy Idol who went on to become famous themselves.

Other famous people who lived in Bromley include David Bowie who went to Ravenswood School for Boys and Aleister Crowley, who had stayed shortly to study Freemasonry in Locksbottom.

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A jealous man who strangled his estranged wife after she refused to have sex with him "one last time" has been jailed for life.


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Review - Cinderella gets off to a sparkly start at Bromley’s Churchill Theatre

Excessive amounts of glitter, naughty jokes and our own fairy godmother - fabulous Cinderella is bringing the magic to this year’s Bromley festive season.


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A man has been jailed for for attempting to commit a cash in transit robbery in Deptford.

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Sneak peek: Glitter, laughs and your own fairy godmother at this years Bromley panto

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’Bromley will lose a valuable asset’: Plans to replace close care home with homeless accommodation approved
Contentious plans to close a care home and turn it into accommodation for the homeless in Bromley have been approved.

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The Glades has won an award for its single-use plastic campaign
The Glades shopping centre has won a ’silver’ Green Apple Award for its single-use plastic campaign.

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VIEW THE BROMLEY NORTH AREA IN THE 1750s
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VIEW THE BROMLEY NORTH AREA IN THE 1800s
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VIEW THE BROMLEY NORTH AREA IN THE 1830s
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VIEW THE BROMLEY NORTH AREA IN THE 1860s
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VIEW THE BROMLEY NORTH AREA IN THE 1900s
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Bromley North

Bromley North is located at the southern end of a short branch line from Grove Park from where connections can be made for London Bridge, Cannon Street and Charing Cross.

Bromley is the principal town in the London Borough of Bromley. It is a suburban development situated 9.3 miles (14.9 km) south east of Charing Cross.

The town has a large shopping and retail area including a pedestrianised High Street and The Glades shopping centre. The London Borough of Bromley Civic Centre is located in the town.

H. G. Wells, most famous for his book The War of the Worlds, was born in Bromley. In August 2005, the wall honouring H.G Wells outside various coffee shops was repainted. The current wall painting features a rich green background with the same H.G Wells reference and the evolution sequence of homosapiens featured on Origin of Species by Charles Darwin.

Bromley is also known for The Bromley Contingent, who were a group of followers and fans of the Sex Pistols, including Siouxsie Sioux, Sid Vicious and Billy Idol who went on to become famous themselves.

Other famous people who lived in Bromley include David Bowie who went to Ravenswood School for Boys and Aleister Crowley, who had stayed shortly to study Freemasonry in Locksbottom.


LOCATIONS ON THE UNDERGROUND MAP
Bromley Palace Park/Civic Centre Grounds:   
Bromley South:   Bromley is the London Borough of Bromley. It was historically a market town chartered since 1158 and an ancient parish in the county of Kent.
Burnt Ash Primary School:   Academy converter (Primary) which accepts students between the ages of 5 and 11.
Chartwell Business Centre:   Chartwell Business Centre.
Parish Church of England Primary School:   Academy converter (Primary) which accepts students between the ages of 4 and 11.
St Mark’s Church of England Primary School:   Academy converter (Primary) which accepts students between the ages of 5 and 11.


PHOTOS OF THE AREA
Bromley High Street (1903):   The north side of Market Square was full of character in Edwardian times.


NEARBY STREETS AND BUILDINGS ON THE UNDERGROUND MAP
Apollo Avenue, BR1 · Ashburn Court, BR1 · Autumn Grove, BR1 · Avondale Road, BR1 · Aylesbury Road, BR2 · Babbacombe Road, BR1 · Bonville Road, BR1 · Brindley Way, BR1 · Brook Lane, BR1 · Burnt Ash Lane, BR1 · Cambridge Road, BR1 · Car park access, BR2 · College Road, BR1 · College Slip, BR1 · Coppergate Close, BR1 · Crescent Road, BR1 · Croft Road, BR1 · Cromwell Avenue, BR2 · Cromwell Close, BR2 · D’Arcy Place, BR2 · East Street, BR1 · Edison Road, BR2 · Elmfield Road, BR1 · Esther Mews, BR1 · Ethelbert Close, BR1 · Ethelbert Road, BR1 · Fairfield Road, BR1 · Farm Close, BR2 · Farwig Lane, BR1 · Fenn Close, BR1 · Florence Road, BR1 · Forstal Close, BR2 · Foxbury Close, BR1 · Foxbury Road, BR1 · Freelands Grove, BR1 · Gilbert Road, BR1 · Glades Place, BR1 · Glassmill Lane, BR2 · Glebe Road, BR1 · Gordon Way, BR1 · Gwydyr Road, BR2 · Hammelton Road, BR1 · Harmony Way, BR1 · Harwood Avenue, BR1 · Hawes Road, BR1 · Hayes Road, BR2 · Henry Street, BR1 · High Street, BR1 · High Tor Close, BR1 · Hill House Mews, BR2 · Hilldrop Road, BR1 · Holligrave Road, BR1 · Hope Park, BR1 · Howard Road, BR1 · Kentish Way, BR1 · Kentish Way, BR2 · Lake Avenue, BR1 · Langdon Road, BR2 · Lansdowne Road, BR1 · Lawn Close, BR1 · London Lane, BR1 · Lownds Court, BR1 · Lytchet Road, BR1 · Marina Close, BR2 · Marke Close, BR2 · Market Square, BR1 · Masons Hill, BR1 · Masons Hill, BR2 · Milk Street, BR1 · Mill Vale, BR2 · Minster Road, BR1 · Nash Green, BR1 · New Farm Avenue, BR2 · Newbury Road, BR2 · Newman Road, BR1 · Nichol Lane, BR1 · North Road, BR1 · North Street, BR1 · Northside Road, BR1 · Pa;ace Road, BR1 · Palace Grove, BR1 · Palace Road, BR1 · Palace View, BR1 · Palace View, BR2 · Park Avenue, BR1 · Park Grove, BR1 · Park Road, BR1 · Paxton Road, BR1 · Pike Close, BR1 · Pinewood Road, BR2 · Plaistow Grove, BR1 · Prospect Place, BR2 · Queen Anne Avenue, BR2 · Queen’s Mead Road, BR1 · Queen’s Road, BR1 · Queens Road, BR1 · Quernmore Close, BR1 · Quernmore Road, BR1 · Rafford Way, BR1 · Ravenbourne Estate, BR1 · Ravensbourne Green Way, BR1 · Ravensbourne Road, BR1 · Ravensleigh Gardens, BR1 · Ridley Road, BR2 · Rodway Road, BR1 · Ronalds Road, BR1 · Rutland Gate, BR2 · Sandford Road, BR2 · Sandringham Road, BR1 · Saxon Road, BR1 · Scotts Road, BR1 · Sherman Road, BR1 · Simpsons Road, BR1 · Simpsons Road, BR2 · South Hill Road, BR1 · South Street, BR1 · Southover, BR1 · Sparkes Close, BR2 · St. Blaise Avenue, BR1 · St. Mark’s Road, BR2 · St. Timothy’s Mews, BR1 · Station Approach, BR1 · Station Road, BR1 · Stockwell Close, BR1 · Streamside Close, BR2 · Sudbury Crescent, BR1 · Tavistock Road, BR2 · Tetty Way, BR1 · The Chase, BR1 · The Fairway, BR1 · The Mall, BR1 · The Old Court Yard, BR1 · Tweedy Road, BR1 · Vincent Close, BR2 · Walters Yard, BR1 · Wendover Road, BR2 · West Street, BR1 · Westmoreland Road, BR1 · Weston Road, BR1 · Wheeler Place, BR2 · Whitehaven Close, BR2 ·
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