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Lincoln Green Road (St Mary Cray)

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, 2019-05-31.

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 13th ed. (Edinburgh, 1968), 118D (Lincoln Green Road shown and labelled)


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