The Best Of New Cross In Photos

Laura Reynolds
By Laura Reynolds Last edited 96 months ago
The Best Of New Cross In Photos
Photo: World Of Tim

New Cross, in the London Borough of Lewisham, was known as Hatcham in the Domesday Book of 1086. The name New Cross is thought to have come from the Golden Cross coaching inn which was once in the area. Today it's home to Goldsmiths College, as well as two mainline stations, New Cross and New Cross Gate (the latter sits on the site of an old tollgate).

Photo: Matt Brown
Looking across London from New Cross Gate. Photo: Kevin Ronson
Hatcham Liberal Club on Queen's Road between New Cross Gate and Peckham. Photo: Matt Brown
Display cabinet inside Prangsta Costumiers shop in New Cross Gate. Photo: Bill Green
The Den, home to Millwall Football Club, between New Cross Gate and South Bermondsey. The Den was originally based at Cold Blow Lane in New Cross. Photo: Nick Walker
Waldron Health Centre next to New Cross station — a familiar site to commuters on London Overground and South Eastern trains. Photo: Paul Wood
Ghost sign on the corner of Alpha Road and New Cross Road. Photo: Dave McGowan
Second-hand furniture shop on New Cross Road, near New Cross Gate station. Photo: Steve Reed
Goldsmith's College building on New Cross Road. Photo: Richard Woolfenden
Sulla working in the Family Fish bar in New Cross Gate. The photo was taken as part of the 100 Strangers Project. Photo: World Of Tim
New Cross Fire Station on Queen's Road is a Grade II listed building . Photo: LFaure Photos
Mural on the corner of Cold Blow Lane and Sanford Street in 2011. Photo: Doilum
Abandoned panda and panda cub in New Cross Gate. Photo: World Of Tim
Douglas Way between New Cross and Deptford was a street, and has now been turned into a park. Photo: Joe Dunckley

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Last Updated 12 April 2016