Monday, 2 December 2013

River Alderbourne Fulmer

River Alder Bourne
The Alder Bourne rises in this area and flows eastwards

Post to the east Junction 16

Alderbourne Lane
Fulmer Infant School. The school has been on this site since the early 20th and was previously on the village hall site and dated from the 1870s
Alderbourne Cottage.19th brick house
Fulmer House Farm

Fulmer Rise
Peter Pans Cottage. 18th house

Fulmer Road
Fulmer House. 18th brick house
Fulmer Place.  19th Italianate style house built on the site of a former manor house.  There was formerly a landscaped garden here but it is now the site of farm buildings and the M4. Some ponds remain.
Fulmer Place Farm
Fulmer Store 19th cottage
2 -5 South Row. Terrace of 5 19th cottages at right angle to the street.
Fulmer Plat. 19th brick cottage
Fulmer Plat Cottage. 19th brick cottage
Fulmer Place Cottage. 19th brick cottage
Stables. Single storey brick building

Hawkswood Lane
Ford. The Alderbourne is crossed by a ford here, which varies in depth – a board there gives the levels.  This has been used as a film location, including the 1950s Genevieve – allegedly showing a site on the A23.
Furzeney

M40

Sources
A Strange Way to get to Brighton. Web site
British Listed Buildings. Web site.
Fulmer Village. Web site
Parks and Gardens. Web site
South Bucks Council. Web site

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