Forty Foot Way, SE9

Road built in the first world war period

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Road · New Eltham · SE9 · Contributed by The Underground Map

Forty Foot Way is a road in the SE9 postcode area

The 1750 Rocque map is bounded by Sudbury (NW), Snaresbrook (NE), Eltham (SE) and Hampton Court (SW).
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The 1800 mapping is bounded by Stanmore (NW), Woodford (NE), Bromley (SE) and Hampton Court (SW).
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The 1830 mapping is bounded by West Hampstead (NW), Hackney (NE), Greenwich (SE) and Chelsea (SW).
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The 1860 mapping is bounded by Brent Cross (NW), Stratford (NE), Greenwich (SE) and Hammermith (SW).
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The 1900 mapping covers all of the London area.


New Eltham

Alderwood and Greenacres Children’s Centre:   This is a children’s centre.
Alderwood Primary School:   Academy converter (Primary) which accepts students between the ages of 3 and 11.
Avery Hill Park:   
Cambridge Mission Sports Ground:   
Charlton Athletic F.C. Training Ground:   
Dulverton Primary School:   Community school (Primary) which accepts students between the ages of 3 and 11.
Falconwood Field:   
Flamingo Park Sports Ground:   
Footscray Playing Fields:   
Greenacres Children’s Centre:   This is a children’s centre.
Greenacres Primary School and Language Impairment Unit:   Academy converter (Primary) which accepts students between the ages of 2 and 11.
Montbelle Primary School:   Community school (Primary) which accepts students between the ages of 3 and 11.
St Olave’s Prep School:   Other independent school which accepts students between the ages of 3 and 11. Admissions policy: Non-selective.
St Thomas More Catholic Comprehensive School:   Academy converter (Secondary) which accepts students between the ages of 11 and 16. Admissions policy: Comprehensive (secondary).
Stationers’ Crown Woods Academy:   Academy converter (Secondary) which accepts students between the ages of 11 and 18. Admissions policy: Comprehensive (secondary).
Wyborne Primary School:   Community school (Primary) which accepts students between the ages of 3 and 11.

Adderley Gardens, SE9 · Agaton Path, SE9 · Agaton Road, SE9 · Alderwood Road, SE9 · Aldwick Close, SE9 · Altash Way, SE9 · Alverstone Gardens, SE9 · Andrews Place, SE9 · Anstridge Path, SE9 · Anstridge Road, SE9 · Avery Hill Road, DA15 · Avery Hill Road, SE9 · Badgers Croft, SE9 · Bean Manor gardens, SE9 · Beanshaw, SE9 · Beaverbank Road, DA15 · Beaverbank Road, SE9 · Bercta Road, SE9 · Bexley Road, SE9 · Biddenden Way, SE9 · Bill Hamling Close, SE9 · Birbetts Road, SE9 · Bishops Close, SE9 · Blanmerle Road, SE9 · Blenheim Court, DA14 · Boundary Road, SE9 · Bowmead, SE9 · Braemar gardens, DA15 · Braywood Road, SE9 · Brendon Road, SE9 · Brentwood Close, SE9 · Broad Lawn, SE9 · Bromhedge, SE9 · Brooklands Avenue, DA15 · Brooks Close, SE9 · Brownspring Drive, BR7 · Brownspring Drive, SE9 · Buckler Gardens, SE9 · Butterfly Lane, SE9 · Cadwallon Road, SE9 · Cambria Close, DA15 · Cambridge Green, SE9 · Castleford Avenue, SE9 · Cedric Road, SE9 · Chanctonbury Close, SE9 · Chapel Farm Road, SE9 · Charldane Road, SE9 · Chartwell Close, SE9 · Clayfarm Road, SE9 · Coleman’s Heath, SE9 · Colepits Wood Road, SE9 · Colyer Close, SE9 · Cornwallis Avenue, SE9 · County Gate, SE9 · Cradley Road, DA15 · Cradley Road, SE9 · Cranley Parade, SE9 · Craybury End, SE9 · Crockham Way, SE9 · Crombie Road, DA15 · Crombie Road, SE9 · Crouch Croft, SE9 · Crown Woods Lane, SE9 · Crown Woods Way, SE9 · Croyde Close, DA15 · Domonic Drive, SE9 · Downleys Close, SE9 · Dulverton Road, DA15 · Dulverton Road, SE9 · East Rochester Way, SE9 · Eastnor Road, SE9 · Edgebury, SE9 · Ellis Close, SE9 · Ellison Road, DA15 · Eltham Warren Golf Club, SE9 · Enslin Road, SE9 · Ermington Road, SE9 · Fairoak Drive, SE9 · Felhampton Road, SE9 · Footscray Road, SE9 · Footway, SE9 · Forest Way, DA15 · Forty Foot Way, SE9 · frensham Road, SE9 · Gaitskell Road, SE9 · Gerda Road, SE9 · Gravel Pit Lane, SE9 · Gravelwood Close, BR7 · Great Harry Drive, SE9 · Green Lane Business Park, SE9 · Green Lane Ind Park, SE9 · Green Lane, SE9 · Gulliver Road, DA15 · Hainault Street, SE9 · Halons Road, SE9 · Hambledown Road, DA15 · Harland Avenue, SE9 · Hartsmead Road, SE9 · Hathern Gardens, SE9 · Heath Court, SE9 · Hever Croft, SE9 · High Point, SE9 · Imperial Way, BR7 · Imperial Way, SE9 · Inca Drive, SE9 · Ivor Grove, SE9 · Jason Walk, SE9 · Keightley Drive, SE9 · Kelby Path, SE9 · Kingsley Wood Drive, SE9 · Ladysmith Road, SE9 · Lambarde Avenue, SE9 · Lannoy Road, SE9 · Larchwood Road, SE9 · Leas Dale, SE9 · Leasdale, SE9 · Lemonwell Drive, SE9 · Leverholme Gardens, SE9 · Leysdown Road, SE9 · Littlemede, SE9 · Marechal Niel Avenue, DA14 · Marechal Niel Avenue, DA15 · Margaret Gardner Drive, SE9 · Merchland Road, SE9 · Mervyn Avenue, SE9 · Milverton Way, SE9 · Ministry Way, SE9 · Molescroft, SE9 · Montbelle Road, SE9 · Newlands Court, SE9 · Oakley Drive, SE9 · Oaktree Gardens, SE9 · Oakways, SE9 · Overmead, DA15 · Overmead, SE9 · Packmore Road, SE9 · Packmores Road, SE9 · Parkview Road, SE9 · Partridge Green, SE9 · Perpins Road, SE9 · Quilters Place, SE9 · Radfield Way, DA15 · Rainham Close, SE9 · Reinickendorf Avenue, SE9 · Rennets Close, SE9 · Rennets Wood Road, SE9 · Restons Crescent, DA15 · Restons Crescent, SE9 · Restons Cresent, SE9 · Reventlow Road, SE9 · Riefield Road, SE9 · Roberts Close, SE9 · Rushbrook Road, SE9 · Sandling Rise, SE9 · Shallons Road, SE9 · Sidewood Road, SE9 · Southend Close, SE9 · Southend Crescent, SE9 · Southend Cresent, SE9 · Southold Rise, SE9 · Southspring, DA15 · Southwood Road, SE9 · Sparrows Lane, SE9 · Speke Hill, SE9 · Spencer Gardens, SE9 · St Margarets Avenue, DA15 · St Thomas More RC School, SE9 · Stanley Close, SE9 · Starbuck Close, SE9 · Station Approach, SE9 · Swithland Gardens, SE9 · Sycamore Close, SE9 · Telford Road, SE9 · Thaxted Road, SE9 · The Course, SE9 · The Knole, SE9 · The Mound, SE9 · The Underwood, SE9 · Tiverton Drive, SE9 · Wayfield Link, SE9 · Welling Way, SE9 · Westbrooke Road, DA15 · White Horse Hill, BR7 · White Horse Hill, SE9 · William Barefoot Drive, SE9 · Wincrofts Drive, SE9 · Witherston Way, SE9 · Woodchurch Close, DA14 · Woodcroft, SE9 · Woodroft Close, SE9 · Wynford Way, SE9 ·
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