In the London Borough of Bexley, on the south-east side of London, comes a district named Sidcup. It is 18.2 km away from Charing Cross if you move towards the southeast. It is on the outer edges of Greenwich and Bromley. Being a historic county of Kent, its first used was recorded in 1254.
Postal code: DA14, DA15
The district is facilitated by Sidcup Station which provides services to London Charing Cross, Gravesend, and London Cannon Street. The fastest train takes only 20 minutes to reach London Charing Cross.
A211, A20, and B2173 together connect a lot of points in the district. Two main ways of Sidcup, Station Road, and Main Road, are linked by A211.
The transport of London provides multiple routes of buses.
The following locations are only a few miles away from Sidcup. All these places are most visited and most attractive places: Chislehurst Caves, Red House (William Morris Museum), Eltham Palace, Royal Artillery Barracks, Firepower – Royal Artillery Museum, Ranger’s House – The Wernher Collection, The Queen’s House. Once you go to the district, these places are a must to visit.
Interesting Information: The name Sidcup means flat top hilled or seat shaped.