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Asylum Road

Clifton Crescent 

Commercial Way 

East Peckham was known as Peckham New Town. 
1862 map
Borders are Peckham Park Road, Old Kent Road, Pomeroy Street and Queens Road. 
Queens Road station will be served by London Overground from 2012.
Park: Caroline Gardens
Buses: 36, 78, 171, P12,
Rail: Queen’s Road
Shops: Old Kent Road

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It  follows the course of a Roman Road. Southern end known as Bath Road until 1867, Then renamed Asylum Road after the Licensed Victuallers’ Asylum (now Caroline Gardens).

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Named in 1881 after Clifton in Derbyshire. The terrace were refurbished in 1977. The Crescent overlooks a small open space


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The Old Kent Road end was developed in the 1840s where several attractive houses of that date remain.. Officially named as Commercial Road in 1871 and renamed as Commercial Way in 1938.

 

       

Fenham Road

Friary Road

Furley Road 

Kings Grove

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Named in 1866 after Fenham in Northumberland.
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Previously known as Lower Park Road and developed in the 1840s. Renamed in 1935 to commemorate the old monastery in this road.

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Named Furley Street after Furley in Devon  in 1876. Renamed in 1936 as Furley Road.

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Secluded road with little traffic that feature some quality Victorian houses.

       

Marmont Road

Montpelier Road

Naylor Road

Peckham Park Road

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Originally known as Marlborough Road.
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Named in 1871 after the then fashionable town of Montpellier in France.

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Named in 1863 after a Miss Naylor who leased houses in 1877.

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Known as Park Road and Upper Park Road until 1870. This area was originally a large park in pre-Victorian times. 

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