Saturday, 19 March 2011

Thames Tributary Weald Brook - Weald Side

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Thames Tributary Weald Brook
Thames Tributary Weald Brook. The brook continues to flow south and meets a brook coming from the west at a point where the boundary line turned.

Post to the west Navestock Common
Post to the north Horseman Side
Post to the east Dytchleys
Post to the south Havering Plain

Boundary
The old London/Havering/Essex boundary continued due east and then woes north east to the end of a path from Waterhale. It continued to meet a stream and then turned south east down Weald Brook. It has since been altered to go down the motorway.

Horseman side
Honeysuckle Cottage. Also called Houghton’s. 16th house with many alterations. Exposed timber-frame on a medieval hall house with modern herring-bone brick infilling. One medieval window remains.

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