Adlers Lane :: Shared Description

Adlers Lane is an old lane linking Chapel Lane to the Leatherhead to Dorking Road. It remains a public road from the junction with Chapel Lane at Burney Road, south-east through the private estate and across Pilgrim Close as far as Adler, a house at the end of the lane. Beyond here (where a footpath links with the Denbies carriage drive), the hedgeline of the lane can still be traced as far as the Horsham, Dorking and Leatherhead Railway, which severed the lane in 1867. East of the railway, across what is now a recreation ground, no trace remains.
by Hugh Craddock
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TQ1651 : Chapel Lane junction with Adlers Lane by Hugh Craddock
TQ1651 : Footpath to Adlers Lane by Hugh Craddock
TQ1651 : End of Adlers Lane by Hugh Craddock


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Created: Sat, 5 May 2012, Updated: Sat, 5 May 2012

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