Monday, 13 June 2011

Thames Tributary Roding – Randells

Thames Tributary Roding – Tributary to the Cripsey Brook
A stream rises in this area and flows south towards the Cripsey Brook, itself a tributary of the River Roding


An ex-urban area through which two main roads run

TL 47 07
Post to the north Latton Park
Post to the south Thornwood


Canes Lane

Harlow Garden Centre. The centre has been here since 1976 by a family involved in market gardening since the 1930's. It was originally started as a nursery, growing for the London flower markets.
Canes Cottages

London Road
The old A11 road
Rundells. 18th house in red brick plus extensions.
The Herb Farm and Seed Mill
Horseshoes Farm. 17th house Timber framed, and plastered. Pargetting in
panels plus ‘AD 1612’ on that wall. Site of the Bull and Horseshoes which was there in 1755 and closed in the 1850s
The Oaks
Horseshoes Farm West.
MacDonald’s in old pub. The pub also said to be the Bull and Horseshoes

M11
This section of the motorway is slightly to the south of junction 7 and includes some of the southern slip roads to it. This section was built by Dowsett Engineering Construction Ltd of Harrogate, in 1977. Unsurfaced concrete was used.

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