ELSTED STREET/ TISDALL PLACE

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ELSTED STREET/ TISDALL PLACE

Postby kiwi » Tue Feb 21, 2017 11:07 pm

Elsted Street, 1963 | Southwark the 'Knockholt' cottages on Elsted Street are one of the earliest survivors, and were built in 1854 when the area was mainly fields. Between East St and Rodney road.
ELSTED STREET.jpg
ELSTED STREET
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kiwi
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Re: ELSTED STREET/ TISDALL PLACE

Postby kiwi » Tue Jun 27, 2017 3:35 am

:D
Street Spelt wrong, Elsted Street off of East Street.jpg
Street name Spelt wrong, Elsted Street off of East Street
70 Elsted Street. The Huntsman and Hounds reopened on 4th August 2016 having been closed since 2013.jpg
70 Elsted Street. The Huntsman and Hounds reopened on 4th August 2016 having been closed since 2013. Nice to hear.

Tisdall Place is right of pub.

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Re: ELSTED STREET/ TISDALL PLACE

Postby kiwi » Wed Nov 06, 2019 2:29 am

Tisdall Place, Southwark 1895 Hot Potato Seller.  X.png
Tisdall Place, Southwark 1895 Hot Potato Seller
Tisdall Place c2017.   X.jpg
Tisdall Place c2017.


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