Friday, 14 August 2009

The London/Kent boundary. Daltons Road

Boundary Kent/London/Bromley
The boundary is coming south and crosses a path, it then runs parallel with another path which is going south east until it intercepts with Dalton’s Road. It turns south down Dalton’s Road and follows it as it swings south west.
TQ 50042 65902

Agricultural land outside the village of Crockenhill

Post to the north Crockenhill
Post to the west Skeet Hill
Post to the east Eynsford and Crockenhill
Post to the south Lullingstone Parkgate



On the border

Daltons Road
After the boundary joins the lane it becomes very deep with high banks over a sunken pathway Alongside is a hedge featuring field maple.
Gables Farm - built for the son of a wealthy fruiter
Coalpost at the point at which the boundary meets the road and continues with it.
Ash pollard on the boundary line.


Sources
Bygone Kent
Coal posts. Web site
Pevsner and Cherry. West Kent

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