The Best Of Bromley In Photos

Laura Reynolds
By Laura Reynolds Last edited 101 months ago

Last Updated 22 December 2015

The Best Of Bromley In Photos
Bromley War Memorial on Martin's Hill. Photo: Jay

Sitting on the border of London and Kent, Bromley is one of London's largest boroughs, and the one the furthest south-east.  It encompasses the towns of Bromley, Orpington, Beckenham and Chislehurst, as well as Biggin Hill Airport. Bromley-by-Bow, however, is not in Bromley. Here, we take a look at the town and wider borough of Bromley.

No prizes for guessing where this is. Photo: Martin Carey

The Warren Sports Ground in Hayes. Photo: Matt Brown

Down House, near Biggin Hill Airport. Charles Darwin lived here from 1842 to his death in 1882, and it has since been used as a school and a museum. It is now owned by English Heritage. Photo: Joe Dunckley

Ghost sign near Bromley South station. Photo: roger.w800

Bromley High Street. Photo: Jason Webber

St John The Evangelist church. Photo: Matt Brown

Number crunching at Beckenham Place Park Golf Course. Photo: Homemade

Horses in Coney Hall near Hayes. Photo: Matt Brown