Friday, 14 August 2009

The London/Kent Boundary Skeet Hill Lane

A SQUARE BY SQUARE LOOK AT LONDON
TQ 49 65 agricultural land outside the village of Chelsfield

Boundary Kent/London/Bromley
The boundary leaves Daltons Road to meet Skeet Hill

Post to the north rural Crockenhill
Post to the east Dalton's Road
Post to the south Well Hill

On the London, Bromley side of the border

Birch Wood

Cookham Lane

Crown Wood
Twenty five acres with twenty three species of tree

Daltons Road
Skeet Hill Farm
Gorse Lane
Crown Wood Farm

Skeet Hill Lane
Osier beds
Micklewood Farm
Feathercot
Davidson House
Skeet Hill House. On the corner with Dalton’s Road. The house was built as a Dower House for Lullingstone Castle, and is said to be 400 years old Bought by Brady Boys Club in Whitechapel in 1943 and used by generations of east end Jewish children

Compilation of this work has taken many years and numerous sources of material.

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