The Newmarket, Bury, Thetford and Cromer Road Sport and history on an East Anglian turnpike
The cover image was created by the transcriber and is placed in the public domain.
THE NEWMARKET, BURY, THETFORD,
AND CROMER ROAD
The Brighton Road: Old Times and Newon a Classic Highway.
The Portsmouth Road, and its Tributaries:To-day and in Days of Old.
The Dover Road: Annals of an AncientTurnpike.
The Bath Road: History, Fashion, andFrivolity on an Old Highway.
The Exeter Road: The Story of the Westof England Highway.
The Great North Road: The Old MailRoad to Scotland. Two Vols.
The Norwich Road: An East AnglianHighway.
The Holyhead Road: The Mail CoachRoad to Dublin. Two Vols.
The Cambridge, Ely, and King’s LynnRoad: The Great Fenland Highway.
Cycle Rides Round London.
Stage-Coach and Mail in Days of Yore:A Picturesque History of the CoachingAge. Two Vols.
The Ingoldsby Country: Literary Landmarksof the Ingoldsby Legends.
The Oxford, Gloucester, and MilfordHaven Road.[In the Press.
THE NORWICH MAIL IN A THUNDERSTORM ON THETFORD HEATH.
From a print after J. Pollard.
Author of “The Brighton Road,” “The Portsmouth Road,”“The Dover Road,” “The Bath Road,” “The Exeter Road,”“The Great North Road,” “The Norwich Road,” “TheHolyhead Road,” “The Cambridge, Ely, and King’s LynnRoad,” “Stage-Coach and Mail in Days of Yore,” and “TheIngoldsby Country.”
Illustrated by the Author, and fromOld-Time Prints and Pictures
THE ROAD TO NEWMARKET, THETFORD,
NORWICH, AND CROMER.
|London (General Post Office) to—||MILES|
|Lea Bridge |
(Cross River Lea.)
|Snaresbrook (“The Eagle”)||8|
|Woodford (St. Mary’s Church)||9|
|Woodford Wells (“Horse and Well” Inn)||10¼|
|Buckhurst Hill (“Bald-faced Stag”)||11|
(Cross River Stort: Stort Navigation, Harlow Wharf.)
|Thorley Street |
(Cross River Stort.)
|Hockerill, Bishop Stortford||30½|
(Cross Wicken Water.)
|Uttlesford Bridge, Audley End |
(On right, Saffron Walden, 1½ mile; on left, ½ mile, Wendens Ambo.)
|Little Chesterford (Cross River Cam.)||43¾|
|Pampisford Station, Bourn Bridge |
(Cross Bourn Stream, or Linton River.)
|Six Mile Bottom |
Level Crossing, Six Mile Bottom Station.)
|Newmarket (Clock Tower)||60½|
|“Red Lodge” Inn |
(Cross River Kennett.)
|Barton Mills |
(Cross River Lark, Mildenhall, on left, 1 mile.)
(Cross Rivers Little Ouse and Thet.)
|Larling Level Crossing||85¾|
(Cross River Thet.)
|Morley St. Peter Post Office||97|
(Cross River Yare.)
|Norwich (loop road) |
(Cross River Wensum.)
|Horsham St. Faith||114¼|
|Newton St. Faith||115½|