A photo-walk from Plumstead Common to Woolwich and the Royal Arsenal, London.
Sep 2020. See also: Part two.
Old Mill Road, Plumstead: New double yellow lines are being respected. The entrances to Plumstead Common are now accessible.
Plumstead Common Road: Another mobile advertising vehicle has appeared, joining the “We buy any car or van” small blue Peugeot. The previous “We buy any car or van” car eventually disintegrated after being repeatedly smashed into by other vehicles.
Further down Plumstead Common Road: Kim’s Fish and Chips has been replaced by “Northern Delight, African Cuisine takeaway”. Another new arrival is the Titan Solicitors office.
Plumstead Common Road, opposite Burrage Road: Application to install a 20 metre high Phase 8 Monopole mobile phone mast.
Plumstead Common Road, opposite Burrage Road: Plan of the proposed 20 metre high Phase 8 Monopole mobile phone mast. Find out more about the application on the Greenwich Council website planning portal.
The view down Bloomfield Road, towards Woolwich town centre.
The view along Frederick Place, off Bloomfield Road. What is that in the distance? A bell tower?
Burrage Road: Yes, it was a bell tower. This building was once St James’ Church. Built in 1855, became a parish church in 1878. Converted in 1966 to the Greenwich Young People’s Theatre. Converted to apartments in 2005.
The view down Burrage Road towards Woolwich, London.