Railway from London Bridge to Gravesend
The railway continues eastwards
Post to the west Thamesmead
Post to the east Belvedere
Post to the north Crossness Sewage Works
Parkway Primary School
Anchor Bay. Southern England offices of construction materials Supply Company
Northwood Primary School.
St Augustine Road
St.Augustine of Canterbury. Church of England Primary School and Children’s Centre. This school is in a building clearly older than other local schools.
Horizon Business Centre. Light industry and trading areas in Veridion Park
Thames Innovation Centre. Business units and support
Nature Reserve. Area off Yarnton Way designated as a Nature Reserve. This constituted CrossDyke2 and Alders Dyke which were habitats for water voles. Since destroyed
Wurth. The British head office of a German company set up in 1954 and with outlets worldwide trading in assembly and fastening materials
Emmanuel Baptist Church Thamesmead. Pastor David Manktelow, moved to one of the first flats in Thamesmead in 1968. The Thamesmead Baptist Church was formally constituted in 1972 and absorbed members of Abbey Wood Baptist Church. It became Emmanuel Baptist Church in 1995. The church has been involved in much social action in Thamesmead and integration of new residents.
Parkview. Built 1969-79 some in point blocks, but the lower housing behind is arranged around large, more open spaces
The Business Academy. This is school for ages 3–19 is an ‘academy’. It appears to have two sites – and some sixth form input. The web site tells you absolutely nothing concrete. It was previously Riverside Secondary School
Lime Row Shopping Centre. A parade of small shops.
Anchor Bay. Web site
Emmanuel Baptist Church. Web site
London Assembly Web site
London Borough of Bexley. Web site
News Shopper. Web site
Northwood School. Web site
Parkway School. Web site
St.Augustine of Canterbury Primary School. Web site
Thames Innovation Centre. Web site.
Wurth. Web site