Bellenden Road was originally Victoria Road and was renamed Bellenden Road in 1873.
This area of Peckham, close to the Old Kent Road, was developed from the 1840s onwards.
Choumert Square is reputedly London’s smallest square.
The Old Kent Road is famous as the cheapest property on the London Monopoly board.
Queen’s Road extends eastwards from the end of Peckham High Street at the junctions of Consort Road and Meeting House Lane, to New Cross Road, a distance of approximately 1.5 km. Queen’s Road was formerly known as Deptford Lane, and was renamed in honour of Queen Victoria, who often passed through it on her way …
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