Lincoln Green Road (St Mary Cray)

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Coordinate 51.388702, 0.096665
Adm. div. Kent, now Greater London
Vicinity Between Kedleston Drive and Oakdene Road; S. of Powerest Road
Type Thoroughfare
Interest Miscellaneous
Status Extant
First Record c. 1945
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Lincoln Green Road.
Lincoln Green Road / Google Earth Street View.

By Henrik Thiil Nielsen, 2017-12-25. Revised by Henrik Thiil Nielsen, 2021-01-06.

Lincoln Green Road is one of a dozen residential streets in St Mary Cray (formerly a parish in Kent, now part of the London Borough of Bromley) whose names were more or less certainly inspired by that of a small wood that existed in this area before urbanization kicked in: Robin Hood Shaw. Even if it existed as an isolated street name, 'Lincoln Green Road' would certainly have been regarded as Robin Hood-related. Here it is found in a neighbourhood full of streets with names drawing on the Robin Hood tradition. See further the page on the St Mary Cray place-name cluster.



John Bartholomew & Son Ltd. Bartholomew's Reference Atlas of Greater London, Covering the Whole Metropolitan Police Area, with Larger Scale Maps For Central London and Index For Quick Location of Over 62,000 Names (Edinburgh, 1968), 118D (Lincoln Green Road shown and labelled)


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