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Post to the west Mottingham and Quaggy

Beaconsfield Road

Two Victorian gravestones to Haworth. And Mausoleum destroyed in the war

Court Road

St.Andrew.Victorian gothic. 1878-9 by E.F. C.Clarke; later red 1912 by E. J. Gosling.

Rectory 1886 rustic

Court Farm Road

12 Fairy Hall, old farm building with a timber barn behind

Devonshire Road

1870s houses

Mottingham Road

Mottingham Terrace

37/45 small shopping centre 1894. Library sculpture etc

war memorial, by George Hubbard 1922, serves as a roundabout and is a focal point for the area. At the Junction with Grove Park Road

Geffrye Homes, Ironmongers'.  Almshouses moved from Shoreditch 1917 neo-Wren ranges. ,  by George Hubbard. Obviously used Morden College  as his model. Statue of Geffrye in the garden 1723 by JohnNost, is set up on the garden side of the new buildings. Geffrye died in 1703. His monument has mourning putto each side and a relief of the Lord Mayor's regalia below.

154 Prince of Wales

Brisleys Corner


Hamlet in 16th century round Mottingham Place 1566.

Mottingham Estate.  London County Council 20s and 30s. Topham Forrest. 200 acres 1931. 2,300 homes and Generous provision of open spaces.


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