Biggin Hill is a town in Greater London, England, with elevation ranging from 170 meters (560 ft) to over 210 meters (690 ft) above sea level, one of the highest settlements of Greater London. It is located within the London Borough of Bromley, bordering with the Tandridge District of Surrey as well as the Sevenoaks District of Kent. Until 1965 is formed as a part of the county of Kent. A233 is the only road that passes through the whole city from North to South. Most of the settlements around Biggin Hill are small towns and villages and most of the settlers are White Britishers. Biggin Hill’s post town is Westerham and Westerham itself is located outside the Greater London.
Biggin Hill is a fabulous place to visit and it has its own heritage and historical value. One may go there to tour around the state hangar and got to sit in a real spitfire or may visit historical sites.
The London Bus garage of Thornton Heath is known as Thornton Heath Pond. The nearest railway stations of this place are Thornton Heath, Norbury, Norwood Junction, and Selhurst. Thornton Heath is Victorian Architecturally. Both its residential and commercial sectors are constructed just like Victorian-era buildings. There are some imposing, even grand, buildings surviving from this period, like St Paul’s Church and St Alban’s Church.
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