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Alexander Close

Carlton Road

Chiselhurst Cemetery

Cemetery Chapel 1910 by W. Curtis Green. 

Main Road

St.Lawrence large Roman Catholic church  of 1906. It consists of a great central block with gabled projections on each side; A post-war community centre is attached at the rear. 

109 St Lawrence's House a large and handsome classical house of 1924. It was originally a school, and is now the house of the Marist Fathers.

St.Lawrence. RC. Shallow dome.

Christ Church. A large church of 1901, rather late for its archetypal Victorian Gothic appearance. Uninspired externally; the ugly corrugated iron shed at the south-east hides the place where preparations for a tower were begun but never carried out. 

108 United Services Club was Maison Rouge This is an imposing building, probably c1880, with its Gothic doorway and stepped gables along the frontage.

122  c1878 is the only one remaining from The Crescent

136 Horse and Groom

140 Adelaide House  A detached house, probably of the 1830s. It is now part of a builders yard, and seems in poor condition

Fire Station included Council offices and Council chamber . A striking Edwardian classical red brick building of 1914, with great round archways on either side of the entrance. It was built as a combined Fire Station, Council Offices & Council Chamber for Sidcup UDC.

Nursery House a small building of the 1840s, with a verandah added c1900.

Sidcup Police Station. A pleasing red brick building of 1902, enlivened by its stone porch and balcony.

Montgomery Close

Sidcup By pass

Built with unemployed labour KCC 1926-27 an arterial road of the 1920S,

Sunnymead (Bromley Borough Education Department), 1875 date on a rainwater head. Typical High Victorian medium-sized house, which Shaw style was to supersede very quickly after 1875. Red 

Klingerit, 1935-6 by Wallis Gilbert &Partners, shows knowledge of Dutch Expressionist brick-work. Symmetrical block. Brown brick of two shades, the paler laid in the usual way, the reddy bricks mostly laid on end. They add emphasis to the horizontal strips of window and the verticals of the centrepiece. Also little windows across angles, with projecting frames to draw attention to this feat. The original swoopy italic lettering has been replaced. 

Schweppes, by the roundabout, is of 1961-2, a big-boned piece by Tripe & Wakeham. Demolished

Factory, 1927 former Critall metal window. Gone

The Crescent

A fine semi-circular green with cedar trees. It was once ringed by great late 19th century houses.

Wavell Drive

Woodside Road

2/8 probably of the 1860s.


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