The London/Surrey boundary. Chipstead Valley Road
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Suburban area still trying to be countryside.
The London/Surrey/Croydon boundary goes from the footpath north across Chipstead Valley Road up Sandown Road and across the railway. North up the west side of Lyndhurst Road and then east along the southern edge of Prospect Plantation and at the end it meets the boundary with the London Borough of Sutton.
The London/Surrey/Sutton boundary then turns north up the east side of the Plantation, crosses Mount and continues across the end of Corrigan Avenue.
Post to the north Woodmansterne
Post to the east Coulsdon
Post to the south Portnalls Road
Sites on the Surrey, Tandridge side of the border
Sites on the London, Croydon side of the border
St. Andrews Road
Woodmansterne Station. Opened 17th July 1932 to meet the demand of new housing in the area. Between Smitham and Chipstead on Southern Rail. It was a simple island platform reached by a footbridge and the land was given for free by the builders.
Woodmansterne Residents. Web site
Woodmansterne Station. Wikipedia. Web site