Destination – the District of Norbury, SW16
Norbury is one of the districts of the London Borough of Croydon, in the south part of the capital. The area shares a postcode SW16 with neighbouring Streatham. Charing Cross is 10.8 kilometres north of Norbury.
The area is situated on the Roman Road London to Brighton Way, with its northern part now the A23 road. In 1961, the original road was excavated at Hepworth Road. Further excavations revealed the remnants of a metal ford at Hermitage Bridge.
One of the notable grade II listed buildings of the area is the Norbury Hall on Craignish Avenue. It was built in 1802 and later in 1958 became property of the County Borough of Croydon. Presently, the building serves as a retirement home.
The area is served by Norbury railway station. It provides transport links to London Victoria, Croydon and London Bridge. The station was opened in 1878 and was later rebuilt in 1902. This was the time when electric trams made their appearance in the area, connecting it to Purley.
Norbury is also served by a variety of buses. The 450, 250, 255, 50 and 109 lines go through the area.
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