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Elm Grove

V2 March 1945 79 people injured. 250 homes substantially damaged.

Orchard Grove

St Cross A shaft appeared in the lawn at the back of the house in the late 1920s.   It was filled in.

Dene hole. There was another denehole in land is now used as a car park by commuters to Orpington Station  


Repton Road


Sevenoaks Road

Railway bridge, railway embankment a mile long 1856/6 large diameter tunnels

Denehole In an orphanage grounds, now filled and no other details.

Sevenoaks Road/Tower Road

Orpington Waterworks Kent Waterworks Co. 1876 was called Farnborough, modern pump house on site waterworks list, well

Station Road

15 is a rarity, a little red-brick box of a house by C. R. Ashbee, 1900. Of an extraordinary directness, particularly in the detailing of the porch. Originally named, significantly no doubt, 'The Shoehorn'.

190 The Sherborn

Roman building, projecting from a bank below the council offices, flint walls, a threshold, and coarse red mosaic flooring.

Orpington Station. 1868. Between Chelsfield and Petts Wood on South Eastern Trains. Orpington Station is the site of a Roman villa. 1904 Suburban service on SER new main line, much rebuilt and much larger electric train sheds on the site of the old running shed, four lines reduced to two.

Maxwell pub

Dene hole. No details

Tubbenham Lane

Railway bridge, similar to Sevenoaks Road Bridge.


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