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Written by Tony Rispoli - 06 Jun 2009
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Location notes
This is an inner city location, situated on the main line between London Bridge and East Croydon. The nearest stations are Honor Oak Park and Brockley. You can also see the Catford Loop line crossing on the London side of the bridge, if you time it right you could get one train going over another!
Railway type and traffic
Classes 171, 319, 377, 455, 456. This is a mainline with plenty of traffic, but the best time to visit is in the morning or evening rush hours when there are trains every few minutes!
Environment
It is an inner city location and certainly not one to hang around in after dark. It is a footbridge and you will get a fair few people using it.
Road directions
Follow the A205 to Forest Hill and then signs to Honor Oak Park. It is easier to reach this location by train however.

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Honor Oak Park, Dalrymple Road Footbridge map co-ordinates
Parking
You can park in the nearby roads.
Public transport
Nearest train stations are Honor Oak Park and Brockley with good services to Croydon and London Bridge. There are also frequent TFL busses nearby.

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Amenities
Most of what you would need can be found in nearby Forest Hill.
Sun Compass
Sun Compass using Suncalc by brought to you by Vladimir Agafonkin:
It might be necessary to adjust the time to suit your visit, this link should open with the current day.
Honor Oak Park, Dalrymple Road Footbridge

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Streetmap links
Honor Oak Park, Dalrymple Road Footbridge general view map
Honor Oak Park, Dalrymple Road Footbridge close up map

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Honor Oak Park, Dalrymple Road Footbridge



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Photographic notes
With in interesting view of Canary Wharf to the north this location provides an interesting backdrop to shots. The light should be good for most of the day, the bridge is not too high and you can easily photo from the bridge. As it is an inner city location you may find it a bit noisy for videography.


General views - All photographs © Tony Rispoli unless otherwise stated
Fig 1 - Looking north


Fig 1 - Looking north


Fig 2 - Looking south


Fig 2 - Looking south


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