Clock House Parade, Beckenham (c1910)


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Clock House Parade, Beckenham (c.1910)

By 1900 most of the Clock House area was built up, but a small site remained to the east of the station.

This parade with flats above was added about 1906 following the success of the shops to the west.

It has been threatened by redevelopment on a number of occasions but it still survives.


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