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- Car left in middle of drive, 22nd March March 22, 2017
- Wooden flooring, Bed, decking, car seats, chest of drawers, computer chair, bags of clothes, 22nd March March 22, 2017
- Dumped caravan, 22nd March March 22, 2017
- Refuse bags, toilet and wooden chair dumped, 22nd March March 22, 2017
- Mattress, 22nd March March 22, 2017
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Category Archives: Charlton’s Friday Photo
Nadine Street in sun and snow, captured this afternoon. Advertisements
Thames Pilots at the Anchor and Hope, by Neil Clasper.
I think it’s Homer’s second or third Christmas on this Charlton Road balcony.
I’ve always thought that the houses on the corner of Lansdowne Lane have one of the best views in London from their back windows.
The Thames Path foot tunnel, from Neil Clasper. Incidentally, Neil has some wonderful new photos of Charlton on his website.
Outside St Luke’s Church. There are wreath-laying ceremonies on Sunday morning here, and also at Charlton cemetery.
Eastcombe Avenue, courtesy of Neil Clasper.