Cottages in Abbey Wood
Cottages in Abbey Wood
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Cottages in Abbey Wood
This view is believed to show part of a terrace of ten cottages and their rear gardens, which stood in Abbey Wood village centre along the south side of what is now known as Abbey Wood Road, between Conference Road and Knee Hill. They appear to be disused and may have been in the process of being auctioned for redevelopment. The cottages were also to the north-east of the farmland that was used by the Royal Arsenal Co-operative Society during 1900-1909 to build the Bostall housing estate, but the site doesn't appear to have been used for this development. A small school building stood at the foot of the terrace's rear gardens, approximately where the Abbey Wood Community Centre stands today.
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