Monday, 24 August 2009

The London/Surrey boundary. Tatsfield

A SQUARE BY SQUARE LOOK AT LONDON
TQ 57 40 Countryside on the edge of Tatsfield Village

Boundary London/Surrey/Bromley
The boundary continues south west down a footpath until it meets Tatsfield Approach Road at Furze Corner. It continues down Tatsfield Approach Road south and into a wood. At the end of the wood the boundary turns abruptly north west and continues in this direction


Post to the north Beddlestead

On the boundaryFootpath on Roman Road

On the Surrey, Tandridge side of the boundary
Beddlestead Lane
Wireless Station BBC transmitters
Aeriel Lighthouse. These were lighthouses to mark the route for aircraft. Established in 1922. it w3as 223 feet NNW of the BBC aeriels and was a flashing beacon, made by Plessey, and fired with acetelyne. Demolised before the Second World War. On the site there is a brick rectangle
Pitcher’s Goose Farm
Longlands Shaw
Transco Above Ground Installation for sampling calorific values of gas. Boiler houses, etc on site.


Tatsfield Approach Road
Furze Corner
Waylands farm Beaver Water World and Reptile Zoo
Beacon Shaw
Glengarry

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