The London/Buckinghamshire boundary, Poyle
The Wraysbury River flows southwards
Post to the north Poyle
Post to the east Stanwellmoor
Post to the south Stanwellmoor
Post to the west Horton
On the Buckinghamshire, Spelthorne side of the boundary
Blackthorne Industrial Estate
Brittania Industrial Estate
Oakleafe Farm. Refuse disposal site.
Lintells Bridge. Once called Grays Bridge this takes Horton Road over the Wraysbury River. Rebuilt by Sir William Gibbons in 1811.
Roundabout on the M25 junction
Poyle Industrial Estate. ,
In the early 20th an explosives factory was established her but it had closed by 1935. By 1956 it housed the Poyle Industrial Estate.
Poyle Farm. Farm buildings in use as offices.
Polygon Business Centre
West Drayton and Staines Railway 1884 skirted the Poyle Explosives Works. Continued between the Wraysbury and Colne rivers.
Stanwell Moor and Poyle Halt opened 1927 by GWR on the West Drayton and Staines Railway. It was basically to serve the Explosives Works and Stanwell Village. It had a wooden shelter.
Skyway Trading Estate
Trident Industrial Estate
Viscount Industrial Estate