EPW059091 ENGLAND (1938). Croxley Wood House and Woodleys House, Croxley Green, 1938

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Title [EPW059091] Croxley Wood House and Woodleys House, Croxley Green, 1938
Reference EPW059091
Date 2-September-1938
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Place name CROXLEY GREEN
Parish CROXLEY GREEN
District
Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 506948, 194721
Longitude / Latitude -0.45429240300363, 51.640642650533
National Grid Reference TQ069947

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Spring "trap" point to give protection against run away trains.

John Wass
Monday 8th of June 2015 03:24:47 PM
Narrow gauge railway track to south of the Met mainline. What was it for?

The Laird
Saturday 18th of October 2014 08:58:31 PM
I think your guess about gravel movement is probably right. There were sidings at Croxley hall farm hence the double bridge which would have most likely been the destination of the narrow gauge track. Is it possible good could have also gone down to Salter Brewery ?

PeteP
Wednesday 18th of May 2022 06:52:30 AM

ordinarybloke
Wednesday 19th of March 2014 09:10:03 AM

Croxley history
Wednesday 12th of June 2013 09:55:48 PM