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July 19, 2014

Streets of Croydon, London, 1969

Croydon is a large major town in South London, England, the principal settlement of the London Borough of Croydon. 9.5 miles (15.3 km) south of Charing Cross. It is identified in the London Plan as one of 11 metropolitan centres in Greater London.

Croydon with Swan & Sugarloaf pub in centre.

From Brighton Rd towards Southbridge Rd (on left) & South End (right). Blue Anchor pub.

By Wellesley Rd underpass looking N.

Southbridge Rd. towards flyover.

74 & 72 Canterbury Rd, W Croydon.

Looking towards Thornton Rd. with junction of Priory Rd on left.

Canterbury Rd 1969 opposite junction of Priory Rd. Brick building on right is next to Allders Warehouse (Nos 76-78) previously the Ebbutts Warehouse. The carriage has "Box Hill" sign-painted on rear.

Nos. 74 & 72 Canterbury Rd, W Croydon 1969. Allders Warehouse (Nos 76-78) on left.

South End, by Southbridge Rd junc. Blue Anchor pub on left.

Southbridge Rd. The Star pub on left.

Central Croydon

Wellesley Rd.

London Rd, near Mayday Hosp. looking N. During London to Brighton Vintage Car Rally.

Southbridge Rd. Blue Anchor pub on right.

Scarbrook Rd. from Flyover.

Looking towards Southbridge Rd from Flyover.

Probably looking west down Fell Rd.

(Photos by Roger Perriss)


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