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Queen's Bench, four cottages in two right-angled pairs, was one of several curious pieces of back development squeezed into odd corners of the common land known as Rushey Green shortly after it was enclosed by an act of parliament in 1810. The nine or ten acres made available for building then provided sites for nearly all the working class housing and shops the slowly growing Catford needed until the 1880s. Queen's Bench was demolished as part of a slum clearance programme shortly after this photograph was taken.
1930sborolewishamCatfordRoads and Streets

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