The Best Of Bromley In Photos

Laura Reynolds
By Laura Reynolds Last edited 88 months ago
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

Last Updated 22 December 2015

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