Shenfield

Shenfield is a former village and now an outer suburb of Brentwood in the borough of the same name in Essex, England.

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A1023 Road
... through Brentwood as Brook Street, London Road, High Street and Shenfield Road ... It then passes by Shenfield as Chelmsford Road before ending at the Mountnessing Roundabout (junction 12 of the A12) ... At the eastern end of Brentwood High Street, the A1023 becomes Shenfield Road at the Wilsons Corner double-roundabout junction ...
Lawrence L. Shenfield - Philatelic Career
... Shenfield was a prominent expert, collector and writer of philatelic literature on Confederate philately ... Shenfield subsequently was active in the Collectors Club of New York and numerous philatelic congresses ... At the 1946 Philatelic Congress, Shenfield presented Letter Unpaid Marking of Louisville, Kentucky ...
Shenfield - Transport
... Shenfield railway station, located on the Great Eastern Main Line and a junction for services for the Southend and Southminster services, is situated at the eastern end of the high ... Shenfield's significance in the London Commuter Belt will increase as the CrossRail project proceeds since it is intended to be the eastern terminus ...
Shenfield Railway Station
... Shenfield is a major station located in Shenfield in the borough of Brentwood in Essex, England ... As it was in a rural area, patronage was low, so it was closed in 1850, but it reopened as Shenfield Hutton Junction on 1 January 1887 under the Great Eastern Railway to serve as an interchange with the new ... Street and is also the eastern terminus of the Shenfield Metro service ...