Thames Tributary – River Roding - Abridge

Thames Tributary – River Roding
The Roding flows westwards and is joined by a tributary from the north

Countryside area around Ongar Road heading east out of Abridge.  Some houses along the road and infrastructure works on the north bank of the Roding

Post to the west Abridge Road
Post to the north Hobbs Cross Road
Post to the east Ongar Road
Post to the south Lambourne

Epping Lane
Hills Farm
Theydon Bois Sewage Works

Jacksons Farm

Ongar Road
Oak Farm
Black boarded cottages 18th timber framed, weather boarded and plastered
Abridge Village Hall
Roding House or Coach House. Medieval hall house, timber framed and rendered with some weatherboarding.
Hillman's Cottages, six pairs built 1935 for employees at Stapleford Aerodrome
Grove Cottage, 2 cottages 19th timber framed, roughcast and rendered with weather boarding

Essex County Council. Web site
Pevsner and Cherry. Essex
Victoria History of Essex.


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