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    North Dulwich railway station, London, England; N'Délé Airport (IATA: NDL), Central African Republic; Other uses. Ndl (trigraph), used in the Romanized Popular Alphabet to write Hmong; Collège Notre-Dame-de-Lourdes, Longueuil, Quebec, Canada; Ndolo dialect (ISO 639:ndl), a Bantu language spoken in the Democratic Republic of the Congo

  2. Label. Description. Also known as. English. North Dulwich railway station. Southwark, Greater London, SE21. North Dulwich Station Including Attached Bridge And Platforms.

  3. The River Effra is a former set of streams in south London, England, culverted and used mainly for storm sewerage. It had been a tributary of the Thames.Its catchment waters, where not drained to aquifer soakaways and surface water drains have been incorporated into 1850s-built combined sewer sectors, devised by Sir Joseph Bazalgette.

  4. Loughborough Junction is an area of South London, in the London Borough of Lambeth, which is located equidistant between Brixton, Camberwell, Herne Hill and Dulwich. Loughborough Junction is centred on a rail junction consisting of seven railway bridges, six of which can be seen at once from the centre of the junction and date from 19th Century. The source of this area's name is Loughborough Junction railway station; 'Loughborough' because the area was once the location of Loughborough House, th

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    The first documented evidence of Dulwich is as a hamlet outside London in 967AD, granted by King Edgar to one of his thanes Earl Aelfheah. The name of Dulwich has been spelt in various ways, Dilwihs, Dylways, Dullag, and may come from two old English words, Dill, a white flower, and wihs, meaning a damp meadow, giving a meaning of "the meadow where dill grows". Harold Godwinson owned the land at one point, and after 1066, King William I of England. In 1333, the population of Dulwich was recorded as 100. In 1538, Henry VIII seized control of Dulwich and sold it to goldsmith Thomas Calton for £609. Calton's grandson Sir Francis Calton sold the Manor of Dulwich for £4,900 in 1605 to Elizabethan actor and entrepreneur Edward Alleyn. He vested his wealth in a charitable foundation, Alleyn's College of God's Gift, established in 1619. The charity's modern successor, The Dulwich Estate,[1] still owns 1,500 acres (6.1 km2) in the area, including a number of private roads and a tollgate. All...

    There are a number of recognised districts in Dulwich: 1. Dulwich Villagewhich includes the traditional village centre 2. East Dulwich which bounds Peckhamat Peckham Rye is a separate centre - not just the eastern end of Dulwich - with its own distinct character. 3. West Dulwich which is a mainly residential area bordering West Norwood and Tulse Hill. Dulwich Village contains the original shopping street and still contains nearly all of its original 18th and 19th century buildings. It remains very uncommercialised and is a conservation zone. The village borders on Dulwich Park, where the Dulwich Horse and Motor Show is held every year (it was here that the new Toyota Corolla made its first UK appearance at a motor show in 1997).

    Dulwich is also home to Dulwich Hamlet, an amateur football club set up in 1893 and still competing in the Isthmian League today, they ground share with another Non-League football club Fisher F.C. at Champion Hill in East Dulwich. In recent years Sainsbury's acquired the site, built DHFC a new ground, and developed one of the largest Sainsbury's in the country. The Old Alleynian Football Club is a local rugby union team originally for former pupils of Dulwich College, but is now open to all who wish to play.

    Dulwich Parkwas opened in 1890. It was formerly farmland, part of the Court Farm, and now offers duck and rowing ponds, children's play area, bowling green, tennis court, bridle path for horse-riding, and café. Dulwich Hospital in East Dulwich Grove was designed by Henry Jarvis and built on 7 acres (28,000 m2) of land purchased in East Dulwich by the Guardians of the Poor of the Parish of St Saviour, Southwark, for the price of £50,000 in 1885.[8]At the time of opening in 1887, it offered a 723 bed capacity. It was transformed from an infirmary into the Southwark Military Hospital during World War I, when it is estimated 14,000–15,000 wounded soldiers were treated at the hospital. After the Poor Law was abolished in 1930, the Southwark Union Infirmary was renamed Dulwich Hospital and the following year an operating theatre was built. In 1964, the hospital was aligned with King's College Hospital on Denmark Hill. There is no casualty department at Dulwich at present. There is a memor...

    Dulwich sits astride the South Circular (A205), one of London's Ring Roads. Also passing through the area is the A2199 and College Road, which features a working tollgatedating back to 1789. West Dulwich railway station is about 12 minutes train ride from London Victoria and there are morning trains to London Blackfriars, East Dulwich is 12 minutes from London Bridge and North Dulwich is 14 minutes from London Bridge. The nearest stations are in: Denmark Hill, East Dulwich, West Dulwich, North Dulwich, Gipsy Hill, Herne Hill, Peckham Rye, Sydenham Hill and Tulse Hill. Dulwich is served by London Buses routes 3, 12, 37, 40, 176, 185, 197, 201, 484, 450, P4 and P13. One of the least known facts about Dulwich is that certain houses, in a direct line from North Dulwich Station towards West Dulwich station, have clauses in their Title Deeds protecting the right to build an underground railway beneath their property - it has of course still to be built, 140 years later.

    Famous people born there include: the author, Enid Blyton in 1897; the first compiler of the London A-Z, Phyllis Pearsall in East Dulwich in 1906, she went on to live in Dulwich Village; the war-time singer Anne Shelton in 1923 (or 1928?) and who lived on Court Lane until shortly before her death in 1994; TV personality Sue Perkins in 1969; footballer Trevor Sinclair in 1973; and Su-Elise Nash, former pop singer with Mis-teeq in 1981. The actor Tim Rothwas born there in 1961. In 1980 Bon Scott, the lead singer of AC/DC, after a night's heavy drinking, was found lifeless in a car outside 67 Overhill Road, East Dulwich. He was rushed to hospital but was dead on arrival at King's College Hospital. Denis Osborne, former British High Commissioner in Malawi, lived immediately across the road. The Village has also long been popular with people in show business; Ronnie Corbett lived there for years. Jo Brand, the comedian, currently owns a house in Herne Hill. James Nesbitt, the actor, live...

    Boast, Mary (London Borough of Southwark, 1975) The Story of Dulwich
    Darby, William (1966) Dulwich Discovered
    Darby, William (Darby; Cory, Adams & Mackay, 1967) Dulwich: A Place in History
    Darby, Patrick (Dulwich Society, 2000) The houses in-between: A history of the houses on the north side of Dulwich Common, between College Road and Gallery Road

    14. Nicholas Reed (2011). My Father, The Man Who Never Was: Ronnie Reed, The Life and Times of an MI5 Officer. Folkestone: Lilburne Press. ISBN 978-1-901167-21-4.

  5. Language Label Description ... English Wikipedia. ... imported from Wikimedia project. English Wikipedia. North Dulwich railway station. 1 reference. inferred from.

  6. The best way to get from East Croydon to North Dulwich is to train which takes 29 min and costs £4 - £8. Alternatively, you can line 468 bus, which costs £2 and takes 1h 1m. Mode details. Launch map view. Distance: 5.5 miles.

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