Elmstead Woods

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Post to the west Chinbrook Meadows

Cranmore Road.

V2 attack 9 February 1945. at 9.30pm, 350 properties damaged. The precise point of impact was on allotments. Two persons died and 68 were injured.

Elmstead Woods.

Belonged to the Bishops of Rochester, Wooden built ships now suburban area

Mottingham Estate

L.C.C. 1934-9.

St.Keverne Road

St.Edward the Confessor with tall tower and effigy  The red brick Church is a focal point on the estate, its tall tower facing straight down the shopping centre of Kimmeridge Road. It was built in 1958, though the church hall and vicarage on either side are both pre-war. Prominent on the tower is an effigy of St Edward. 

Walden Road

Ravensbourne College of Art and Design. 1972-4 by Aneurin John, Bromley borough architect. Moved to Greenwich.

V2 attack 9 February 1945. at 9.30pm, where eight houses were destroyed

Whitehorse Hill


White Horse. pub damaged in V2 attack 9 February 1945.

Chiselhurst Baptist Church damaged in V2 attack 9 February 1945.


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