Thames Tributary –tributary to the River Roding - Marchings
The tributary picks up tributaries from the east and flows north west
Post to the north Abridge
Post to the west Woolston Hall
Post to the east Lambourne End
post to the south Lambourne End
Marchings. This was once Martin’s Farm and is a 16th timber framed building. In the early 19th this was the premises of a John Arnold, a watch maker. From 1800 until 1843 a watch-making business was carried on at Marchings in Gravel Lane by John Roger Arnold of Dent and Arnold, Strand. In 1821 he patented improvements in chronometers. His workshops are said to be at the rear of a building.