Old Town, Croydon

Old Town, Croydon

Old Town is a small neighbourhood and main road next to Croydon in the London Borough of Croydon. The road is a dual-carriageway and forms part of the A236 which is a major A Road connecting both Mitcham and South Croydon. The road, heading from Mitcham, joins the A236 from Roman Way next to Reeves Corner tram stop and carries on the three lane dual-carriageway past Old Palace School and Central Croydon Fire station. Then it gets to a roundabout which is a junction with the Croydon Flyover on the A232 road, then Old Town carries on for only a couple of meters where another smaller roundabout stands. This is a junction onto Lower Coombe Street (A212) or Southbridge Road (A236).

The area itself is mainly residential and is in the CR0 postcode area. There are two schools in the area called, Old Palace School (also a church) and St. Andrews CE School. Also Croydon town centres main fire station. Old Town is the home of Croydon Parish Church.

Nearest Places

*West Croydon
*Central Croydon
*South Croydon
*Purley Way

Nearest stations

*Reeves Corner tram stop
*Church Street tram stop
*Wandle Park tram stop
*West Croydon station
*Waddon railway station

See also

*Other Old Town's

External links

* [http://www.londontown.com/LondonStreets/old_town_122.html LondonTown]

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