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Pablished by A. Black ambaye

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CLXXXVIII. LONDON TO NORWICH, THROUGH IPSWICH, HAUGHLEY, AND

DISS, BY RAILWAY, 1134 Miles.

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ON RIGHT FROM LOND.

ON LEFT FROM LOND.
From Bishopsgate St.,

London, to
Line to North Wool- 1193 Stratford St. (p. 450).

Leave line to Camwich, 5 m.

bridge and Ely. Westham.

Forest Gate St.

Epping Forrest. Little Ilford.

cr. river Roding.

Wanstead. (1063 Ilford St.

Valentines. Barking, 14 miles (see

Hainault Forest, lately p. 480).

disafforested, 1 m. 1013 ROMFORD St. (see p. 470). 12

Gidea Hall. Hornchurch, 14 m.

Hare Hall. cr. small river

Dagnam Park, Sir R.

S. Neave, Bart.
Ingerbourne.

S. Weald; and beyond, Thorndon Hall, Lord 9541 BRENTWOOD St.

Weald Hall Petre (see p. 470),

(see p. 470).

Shenfield.
Hutton, and Hutton
Iall.
Mountnessing.

Fitzwalter.
Ingatestone Hall.
Buttsbury.

902)
Ingatestone St. 231 The Hyde.

Margaretting.

ON RIGHT TROY LOND.

From
Norwich.

From
London.

ON LEIT ERON LAND.

Coptfold Hai cr. river Wid, a Highlands.

feeder of the Chelmer. Monlsham Hall, Sir H. 847 CHELMSFORD St. (see p. 291 which was probably

Widford, at ortez B. P. St John Mildmay,

471.) Bart.

Roman station, the ce Springfield Lyons.

Viaduct across river saronagas of the Boreham House, Sir

Chelmer.

nerary. John T. Tyrell, Bart.

Springfield Place Crix.

New Hail, 1 mile Hatfieldbury.

Terling Place, LAN Hartfield

Priory: Hatfield Peverell , 1 m. 751 Witham Junction St. 381 Witham Place; 200

Rayleigh, 2 m. Maldon, 57 m. distant

beyond, by railway, is situated Here the Maldon and on the south side of the Baintree line crosses. river Blackwater, which

Braintree, 6 mis below the town expands 1 mile beyond Witham, on

railway. into a wide estuary. It the righ, at the distance or has several churches, and one mile, is Braxted Park, C.

Rivenhall Piace, 11 an old town-hall, and

du Cane, Esq. imports coal, iron, corn, &c. It returns two M.P. 71; Kelvedon St. 414. Felix Hall, J. S. WE Pop. 1851, 5888. (See

tern, Esq. cr. river Blackwater.

COGGESHALL, also p. 471.)

tant, a small muss

town, on the river Black Inworth. East Thorpe.

water. Pop. 1851,348

Lattle Tey. Copford Place; and beyond, Copford Áall. 677 Marks Tey Junction St. 461, Branch to Sudbury.

111 miles (see p 67 Stanway

Decr. river Colne. Fordham, 2 miles Lexden House, and Lexden Park, J. Mills,

West Bergholt, 11 = Town of Colchester, 1 627 COLCHESTER St. 511 mile (see p. 471.)

(See p. 471.) Ardleigh Park, 1} m. Great Bromley, 2) m. 58 Ardleigh St. 554. Ardleigh Hall; 11

distant, Hill House.

Dedham Grove, 112 Lawford Hall.

East Bergholt Hall. Mistley Hall.

541 MANNINGTREE St. 59 Sir R. Hughes, Bart. Brantham.

(See p. 480.

West Lodge.
To Harwich, 111 m.
Estuary of river Stour.

cr. river Stour, and Tattingstone Place, T.

enter Suffolk. S. Western, Esq.

Tattingstone Hall, now a farm-house.

51 Bentley Junction St. 621) Branch to HADLEGE. Wherstead Lodge, W.

7 m., a small market Scrope, Esq.

town on the river Bree Freston, 14 mile; be

formerly of more import Iyond, Wolverstone Hall,

ance than at present nd Chelmondiston, and,

Pop. 1851, 8338. the opposite bank of well, Orwell Park, G. nline, Esq.; and Nac.broke Hall, Sir G. N. oke, Bart.

Copdocs.

Esg.

ON RIGHT FROM LOND.

· LEIT IROM LOND.

| From
Norwich.

From
London.

Stoke Park.

cr. river Gipping. To Woodbridge, 8 m. 45}| IPSWICH St. (p. 477). 68

Chauntry, Sir Fitzroy (see p. 478).

Kelly.
Through short tunnel,

Sproughton.
Christ Church Park,

rk, and along course of river W. C. Fonnereau, Esq.

Gipping.
Whitton.

423 Brandford St. 703
Follow river Gipping,

Bramford Hall; 3 m. which below the town of Ips

distant, Hintlesham Hall, wich bears the name of the

J. H.L. Anstruther, Esq. Orwell, and at its mouth

Somersham. joins the Stour off Harwich.

Little Blakenham. Claydon Hill. 401 Claydon St. 173

Great Blakenham. Barham.

Bayleham. Shrubland Park, Sir W.

Darmsden. F. Fowle Middleton, Bt

Barking Hall, Earl of Bosmere Hall;--3 m. 861 NEEDHAM MARKET St. 1 769).

Ashburnham ; 2 miles beyond, Crowfield Hall; Needham Market is a small

distant, Battisford Hall. and 2 miles further Hel market-town on the Gipping. mingham Hall, Earl of Pop. 1353. Dysart.

Badley. Creeting.

Combs. Debenham, 81 m. dis- 331. STOW MARKET St. 807

Finborough Hall. tant from Needham Mar Stow Market is a well built ket, is a small market town near the Gipping, which town on the river Deben. has been rendered navigable Tott Hill The church is old. Pop.

from Ipswich to this place. 1667. One mile north of

The manufacture of sacking, Debenham is AspallHall,

Harleston, 2 miles. ropes, twine, and hempen C. Chevallier, Esq.; and 5 cloth, is carried on here, and miles to the north-east, Jit has a good market for barWorlingworth Hall, now ley. There are some hop a farm house.

plantations in the neighbour

hood. Pop. 1851, 3161. Old Newton. 31 Haughley Junction St. Line to Bury St EdGipping Chapel.

monds, 19 miles. Cotton.

Bacton. Wickham Skeith.

Finningham St.

Gislingham.
Thornham Hall, Lor
Hepniker.

Mellis (Eye) St. 2 m. distant is Yaxley

Bargate; 2 miles beHall; and 1 m. further,

yond, Botesdale, a small the small town of Eye,

and' decayed market which returns 1 M.P.

town. Pop. 633. (See p. (see p. 473); beyond,

cr. river Waveney, 469). Near Bottesdale Broome Hall, Sir É. C. and enter Norfolk. is Redgrave Hall, E. St Kerrison, Bart.

V. Wilson, Esq.
Thrapdeston.
Palgrave,

Wortham. Scole Iun or Osmon-19 DISS St. (see pp. 469 & 478). | 941| Roydon. diston.

Winfarthing. Frenze. 1631 Burston St.

Tibbenham; and 31 m. Gigsing.

distant, New BuckenTivetshall.

ham (see p. 479.)

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