East Croydon

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Tramlink Route 4 - Current Route
... End Route 2 Arena Woodside Addiscombe Line Blackhorse Lane Addiscombe Woodside and South Croydon Railway Route 3 Sandilands Lebanon Road Brighton Main Line East Croydon ...
London Bridge Station - National Rail - Services
... Waterloo Waterloo East Blackfriars Road (1864-1868) ◄ Thameslink and to Sevenoaks Elephant Castle ♦ / B'friars / City Tlk ... Victoria via Peckham Rye 2tph to London Victoria via Crystal Palace 2tph to West Croydon via Streatham 2tph to Caterham via New Cross Gate 2tph to Tattenham Corner 2tph to ...
Regeneration - Cherry Orchard Road
... Cherry Orchard Road General information Town or city Croydon, London Country England Construction started 2011 Completed 2015 Technical details Structural system GL Hearn Design and construction Client Menta ... will link existing bus, taxi and tram services with East Croydon station ... Also included would be a large amount of public land and part of the new East-West Link planned by Network Rail which would include a new entrance to East Croydon Station ...
Croydon Vocational Tower
... Croydon Vocational Tower (or the Croydon College Vocational Tower) is a proposed mixed-use skyscraper to be built in Croydon ... low rise Fairfield Building which was built in the 1950s as part of Croydon College ... Planning permission was approved by Croydon Council in February 2007, but building work has since been slow to come forward ...
Cherry Orchard Road
... Cherry Orchard Road is a road and planned building development in East Croydon, London ... The road joins Addiscombe with East Croydon, and is a vital link to the major transport interchange of East Croydon station where there are overground ... There are also tram services from East Croydon eastbound to New Addington, Elmers End and Beckenham ...

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