South Croydon

South Croydon is a locality in Greater London, the area surrounding the valley south of central Croydon about 1 km in radius, centred on the Red Deer public house on the Brighton Road. It is part of the South Croydon (CR2) post town and in the London Borough of Croydon. It is essentially a dormitory suburb for Croydon and London.

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Spencer Road Halt Railway Station - History
... alleyway between Spencer Road and Birdhurst Rise in South Croydon ... would change to the Brighton Line by making the ten-minute walk to South Croydon station but very few did ... on either side of the footbridge a notice adjoining the gate was headed "Woodside and South Croydon Railway" and warned passengers against taking a short-cut over ...
South Croydon Rail Crash
... The South Croydon rail crash on the British railway system occurred on 24 October 1947 ... The crash took place south of South Croydon railway station ... the same section and they collided near South Croydon Junction ...
List Of Districts In Croydon
... Districts in the London Borough of Croydon include Addington Addiscombe Ashburton Broad Green Coombe Coulsdon Croydon - the principal area Crystal Palace - shared with ...
Shepherd's Bush Railway Station - Services
... Milton Keynes-South Croydon rail services Legend Milton Keynes Central Bletchley Leighton Buzzard Tring Berkhamstead Hemel Hempstead M25 motorway Watford ... trains per hour are 1 northbound to Milton Keynes Central via Watford Junction 1 southbound to South Croydon via Clapham Junction and East Croydon Preceding station London ...
South Croydon - Transport - Nearest Railway Stations
... South Croydon Purley Oaks Sanderstead Riddlesdown Selsdon Road - closed Spencer Road halt - closed ...

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