A walk Up Railton Road to Herne Hill
Photos taken 10th March 2007. Photos © urban75 editor
A leisurely Saturday afternoon stroll up Railton Road (once known as The Frontline) and on to Herne Hill.
The fabulously named Majestical Lips on Railton Road, Brixton.
Bicycle wheel repair man, Railton Road.
Temple of Truth church, 213a Railton Road.
The old Hamilton Arms pub, now converted to a supermarket.
See: Hamilton Arms feature.
Detail from the little known Grand cinema/ Pullman cinema at 222 Railton Road, SE24.
The grand edifice of Herne Hill railway station. The station was opened by the London, Chatham and Dover Railway on 25 August 1862.
See: Herne Hill railway station; then and now.
Escape Bar, 214 - 216 Railton Rd, Herne Hill.
Just outside the railway station there's a hairdresser, a pricey restaurant and an old school barbers.
The properties at the bottom end of Railton Road by the park look very run down.
A wander up Brockwell Park, one of our favourite London parks.
Brockwell Hall, built in 1813 and formerly the country seat of a city glass merchant called John Blades.
Looking out from Brockwell Park. It's a different world from the Barrier Block!
'New Testament Church of God' on Guernsey Grove near Brockwell Park.
Croxted Road Garden Centre.
Walking back into Herne Hill.
Towards Crystal Palace, Herne Hill railway station.
Old hut, Herne Hill railway station.
Empty seat, Herne Hill railway station.
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