Thames Tributary Beverley Brook - Traps Lane
The Beverley flows north towards the Thames, and is joined in this area from the east by the Coombe Brook.
Flows across the golf course, under the bypass to join the Beverley
Post to the north Coombe
Post to the east Cottenham Park
93 Christ Church. Designed by Freshwater & Brandon in 1866. Church of England and established when the Duke of Cambridge gave the land for a church to be built for the rapidly expanding population of the area,
91 Royal Oak.
Kingston by Pass
Coombe lane flyover. This carries Coombe Lane over the A3 Robin Hood Way and, across the Beverley Brook
Malden golf course, founded in 1893 as the Raynes Park Golf Club by a group of keen golfers who were frustrated by disputes between players and walkers on Wimbledon Common. The original course was required for development so the club moved to its present site in 1926 when the course was laid out. the area of the course was originally part of the Coombe Manor Estate which was bought by John Spencer in 1753 and the family kept up a family connection with the club until 1933.the club plays for the Brock Cup each Armistice Sunday in commemoration of a leading player who was a member of Brock, firework fmailuy.
Lodge from Coombe House, white brick mid 19th one- storied classical.
The Moat Coombe Road Built as a hotel in the 1880s