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10 images in cluster London Wildlife Trust in TQ3472

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in TQ3472, near Penge


TQ3472 : Sydenham Hill Bat Cave by Glyn Baker
Sydenham Hill Bat Cave
When: 8 February, 2018
By: Glyn Baker
TQ3472 : Sydenham Hill Woods by Peter Trimming
Sydenham Hill Woods
When: 20 September, 2017
By: Peter Trimming
TQ3472 : Sydenham Hill Woods by Peter Trimming
Sydenham Hill Woods
When: 20 September, 2017
By: Peter Trimming
TQ3472 : Trackbed of the old railway through Sydenham Hill Woods by Marathon
Trackbed of the old railway through Sydenham Hill Woods
When: 21 September, 2011
By: Marathon
TQ3472 : Entrance to Crescent Wood Tunnel, Sydenham Hill Woods by Marathon
Entrance to Crescent Wood Tunnel, Sydenham Hill Woods
When: 21 September, 2011
By: Marathon
TQ3472 : Crescent Wood Tunnel Entrance, Sydenham Hill Wood by Roger W Haworth
Crescent Wood Tunnel Entrance, Sydenham Hill Wood
When: 20 August, 2011
By: Roger W Haworth
TQ3472 : Garden remains by Brian Whittle
Garden remains
When: 26 December, 2010
By: Brian Whittle
TQ3472 : Sydenham Woods - a folly by Brian Whittle
Sydenham Woods - a folly
When: 26 December, 2010
By: Brian Whittle
TQ3472 : London Wildlife trust shed, Sydenham Hill Wood Nature Reserve by N Chadwick
London Wildlife trust shed, Sydenham Hill Wood Nature Reserve
When: 9 May, 2010
By: N Chadwick
TQ3472 : Crescent Wood Tunnel Entrance, Sydenham Hill Wood by N Chadwick
Crescent Wood Tunnel Entrance, Sydenham Hill Wood
When: 9 May, 2010
By: N Chadwick

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Other Automatic clusters in TQ3472

  1. London Wildlife Trust
  2. Nunhead to Crystal Palace High Level (of which 6 shown above)
  3. Crescent Wood (of which 5 shown above)
  4. Entrance to Sydenham Hill (of which 4 shown above)
  5. Tunnel Entrance (of which 4 shown above)
  6. Railway Station (of which 1 shown above)
  7. Garden (of which 1 shown above)
  8. Folly (of which 1 shown above)
  9. Tree (of which 1 shown above)
  10. Wells Park
  11. Dulwich Wood House
  12. View down Sydenham Hill
  13. Cox's Walk Footbridge
  14. Wells Park Rd
  15. Green Chain Walk
  16. Upper Sydenham
  17. Crescent Wood Rd
  18. Path
  19. Cross
  20. Cedars
  21. Peckarmans Wood
  22. Lammas Green
  23. Victorian Villas
  24. Designed by the Modernist Architect Berthold Lubetkin
  25. Pond
  26. Dartmouth Road
  27. Fox and Hounds
  28. Baxter
  29. Near the Junction
  30. Early
  31. Steep Hill 12
  32. Intervening Years as Nature has Gradually Reclaimed
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