Tuesday, 26 November 2013

River Misbourne Tatling End

River Misbourne
The Misbourne flows south eastwards

Post to the north Oakend
Post to the east Higher Denham
Post to the soiuth Alderbourne

Amersham Road
The A413 goes from Tatling end to Silverstone. On this stretch it leaves the A40 Oxford Road and continues  as a rural dual carriageway with a central reservation and lay-bys, the road's -  showing its former trunk status It After passes under the M25,
Gerrards Cross Sewage Treatment works. This dates from the early 1920s and was built by Eton Rural District Council for Gerrards Cross
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Gallows Wood

Little Gallows Wood

Mill Wood

M25
The M25 crosses the Amersham Road and goes under the Oxford Road.

Old Amersham Road
Milestone

Oxford Road
This is the A40, is a major road that runs between London and Fishguard. Going via Oxford this stretch is called ‘Oxford Road’.
Tatling End – the name of the hamlet at the cross roads of the Oxford Road and the Amersham Road
Gerrards Cross Fire Station.   This was opened in 1983 with a crew of 12, has increased to 14. the station covers junctions 15 to 17 of the M25, 1 to 2 of the M40 and the M4 interchange at 4 as well as local towns and villages.
Gerrards Cross Thames Valley Police Station
Indigo. This used to be the Penny Farthing pub.   It is a timber framed 18th building
The Ugly Duckling. Carvery  Pub. This used to be The Gravel Diggers Arms

Sources
British Listed Buildings, Web site
Gerrards Cross Fire Station. Web site
Eton RDC. Wikipedia. Web site
Sabre Roads. Web site.
Thames Valley Police. Web site

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