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Southbank
Sydenham
Walworth
West Norwood
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Beckenham, BR3, is bordered by Penge, Sydenham and has good rail, tram and bus links.


Albermarle Road

In 2005 Point Central, a new development of single and double flats, built overlooking park and St George.



Birbeck Road

Architecture and history:

Named after George Birbeck a founder of the Birbeck Freehold Land Society in 1851.


Clock House Road

Architecture and history:

After large mansion near Beckenham Road now occupied by Leisure Centre.


Elm Road

Architecture and history:

Named after local Elm Farm.


Kelsey Park Avenue

Architecture and history:

Named after Kelsey Park mansion which stood in grounds of what is now Kelsey Park.


Mackenzie Road

Architecture and history:

Possibly after Colonel Mackenzie who was a local resident.


Ravenscroft Road

Architecture and history:

After Francis Ravenscroft a founder of the Birbeck Freehold Land Society in 1851.



 
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