Crayford

Crayford is a town and electoral ward in the London Borough of Bexley, Southeast London, that was an important bridging point in Roman times across the River Cray, a tributary of the River Darent, which is itself a tributary of the River Thames.

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River Cray - Watermills - Crayford Saw Mill
... It partnered Crayford Iron Mill from 1765 ... The saw mill stood alongside Crayford flour Mill it was standing in 1854 ...
Crayford Focuser - The Concept
... The Crayford focuser design is reminiscent of the Dobsonian design for telescopes, since instead of precision machining, it relies on geometry to preclude any wobble or backlash ... The Crayford is similar in appearance to a Rack and pinion focuser, but has no teeth on either the rack or the pinion ... Subsequently, variations on the Crayford focuser concept have emerged, e.g ...
Crayford - Transport and Locale - Buses
... The 428 contracted by Transport for London runs between Erith and Bluewater Shopping Centre ... This bus has a frequency of 15 minutes during Monday to Saturday daytimes and 30 minutes at other times ...
Crayford Engineering
... Crayford Engineering (more commonly known simply as Crayford) was an automobile coachbuilder based in Westerham, Kent, England and formed in 1962 by ... In the 1970s, a subdivision within the company, called Crayford Auto Developments, Ltd ... Other lesser-known conversions from Crayford included the Tempest, a convertible Volkswagen Scirocco, a Ford Cortina MkV Convertible, and a Mercedes S-Class Estate ...
Crayford (disambiguation)
... Crayford is a town in the London Borough of Bexley ... Crayford may also refer to Crayford focuser, a popular focusing mechanism in amateur astronomical telescopes Crayford Engineering, an English automobile coachbuilder ...