South Merton

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Beaford Grove

St.James by T. Ford & Partners, 1957. Wall painting of the Resurrection by Hans Feibusch. Stained Glass Shapland memorial window and window by John Hayward.

Cannon Hill Lane

Developer George Blay laying out this area in the 1930s.

St. John Fisher. R.C. 1962 by F. G. Broadbent & Partners.

South Merton Station.  5th January 1930.Between Wimbledon Chase and Morden South on Thameslink and Southern Trains.  Built by the Southern Railway with a deal with London Electric Railway. A planned Ticket office was not built but a concrete base was put down by the road bridge for a future ground floor office, but it was never used and there was a tiny passimeter office on the platform.

 Cannon Hill Estate Council estate on Cannon Hill land

Cannon Hill Common:

Eastway, old peoples flats

Railway Lines

Line between Wimbledon Chase and South Merton on an embankment ‘the wall of death!’.


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