Thursday, 2 December 2010

Thames Tributary Pyl brook - Morden Common

Thames Tributary Pyl brook
The Pyl Brook flows North West toward the Beverley


Post to the west Worcester Park
Post to the north Lower Morden
Post to the east North Cheam

Amenity Way
Merton Depot, tip and recycling centre

Dorchester Road
Dorchester Primary School

Garth Road
The Pyl brook flows north west and parallel to the road Named after a former Lord of the Manor of Morden
Trading estate and large industrial area

Green Lane
Merton and Sutton cemetery. Built in 1947 by Merton, Morden and Carshalton councils. Biggest cemetery built post war in the GLC area, all straight lines; beech should soften the landscape in time. Chapels. Stripped classical chapel by Albert Thomas.
Sewage works - now a housing estate in American colonial style (!)
Mayflower Park - hyped up park area which is part of the ghastly new development on the sewage works site.

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