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Written by Jason Rodhouse - 21 Feb 2007
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Location notes
This location is a footbridge connecting residential areas close to the centre of Bromley. This particular location is situated on the lines between Shortlands and Bromley South stations.
Railway type and traffic
Most passenger trains are operated by South Eastern Trains, featuring 375, 465 and 466.
Most freight workings are in the hands of DB Schenker 66 and 92s, although other workings can often provide a nice surprise!
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Environment
A small but busy footbridge in a built-up housing area.
Road directions
From Bromley South station, head west down Westmoreland (B228) You will soon see a right hand turning for Queen Anne Avenue. Take this turn, and follow this road until you pass the school. Shortly after the school, there is a public footpath on the right hand side. This crosses the railway lines to Bromley Gardens.

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Bromley Gardens map co-ordinates
Parking
Parking can be awkward here do to residential limits. No parking is allowed between the hours of 12:00 - 14:00 Monday - Saturday, but Sundays is okay. In some instances, it may be best to park in the town centre, and make the short walk.
Public transport
The location is just a short walk from Bromley South train station, and the area is well served my numerous buses.

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Amenities
There are many shops, take-aways, restaurants and bars in Bromley centre.
Sun Compass
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Bromley Gardens

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Streetmap links
Bromley Gardens general view map
Bromley Gardens close up map

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Photographic notes
Shots can be taken from the footbridge steps, and also from the top of the footbridge, and in both directions.


General views - All photographs © Jason Rodhouse unless otherwise stated
Fig 1 - Looking east


Fig 1 - Looking east


Fig 2 - Looking west


Fig 2 - Looking west

From the steps

Fig 3 - Looking west


Fig 3 - Looking west


Fig 4 - Looking east


Fig 4 - Looking east


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