Thames Tributary River Roding - Ongar

Thames Tributary River Roding
The Roding flows south west and is joined by tributaries from the west and from the east.

Post to the north Ongar
Post to the east Stondon Massey
Post to the west Colemans
Post to the south Kelvedon Hall

Brentwood Road
Ongar Garden Centre, Country Gardens

Ongar Road
Langford Bridge. This crosses the Roding and is of reinforced concrete. In 1991 the bridge was thought to be inadequate for the traffic it was taking. A temporary bridge diversion was erected.
Industrial Estate

Stanford Rivers Road
Dyers, Rebuilt in the 18th but may be originally 16th,
Brewery. In the late 19th J. and J. Palmer with a brewery behind Dyers
Grays FarmLittlebury. This manor is first noted in the 13th. The Hall itself is 16th of brick with timber framing and it is now much smaller than it was previously
Marden Ash House. Built by Nicholas Alexander in the 17th. And a new front in red brick added in the 18th. 18th brick stable block with clock turret and cupola.


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