Sunday, 24 November 2013

River Misbourne Oakend

River Misbourne
The Misbourne flows south eastwards

Post to the north Chalfont Park
Post to the south Tatling End

Amersham Road A413
The A413 is a major road in England that links Gerrards Cross to Towcester. The layout at its southern end reflects its former trunk status.
M25 crosses the road
Railway viaduct. Carrying the Chiltern Main Line over the Misbourne valley, built by Pauling & Co. of Westminster in 1903 as part of the Northolt to High Wycombe section of the Great Western & Great Central Joint Line

Denham Marsh Wood

M25
Footbridge Crossed by the Denham Marsh Wood footbridge

Mill Lane
This was once known as Hollow Way.
Railway bridge over a deep cutting built by Pauling in 1903 on the Great Western & Great Central Joint Line

Oakend
Noke Mill. In 1680 this belonged to a Mr. Gould
Saw Mill. Marked here on late 19th maps.
Oakend House           

Oakend Wood

Oak Hill Lane

Over the Misbourne
Isle of Wight Farm.  Purchased by the County Council in 1939 to save it from development.  It is now a farm produce and feedstuffs outlet.

Woodhill Avenue
The Woodhill Estate was sold in 1923 and laid out by Kennard and Kennard. 
17 Callcott Dene designed by Colcutt and Hamp 1927
37 Glen House featured in the Ideal Home Exhibition 1926. Designed by Douglas G.Tanner and  Arthur L.Horsburgh

Sources
Buckinghamshire County Council. Web site
Leicestershire County Council. Web site
Sabre. Roads. Web site.

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