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The area between Half Moon Lane and Turney Road.
The Stanford Map of 1862-71 shows Herne Hill before its development
Shops: Half Moon Lane
Bus: 37

Rail: Herne Hill
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Generally quiet with some rush hour traffic. Part of the road backs on to Sports grounds. Named in 1883 after Richard Burbage (1568-1619) the Elizabethan actor. He built the Globe Theatre where Edward Alleyn appeared.
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Late Victorian style. Named in 1895 after A. Stradella (c. 1645-1681). the Italian composer.
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Late Victorian style. Named in 1896  probably after the course of the river Effra which runs nearby but now underground.
       
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