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Chesham Road (B485) - Geograph - 1054265.jpg
Chesham Road (B485)
Chesham Road B485 - Geograph - 1054154.jpg
Chesham Road B485
Chesham Road B485 heading towards Chesham
Chenies - Geograph - 139218.jpg
Chenies
Viewed looking westwards across the village green. The village pump is visible to the left of the old style road sign, and the house in the distance has a plaque indicating that it was built in 1857.
Chesham74.jpg
Early 1970s OS map of Chesham.

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Church Street, Chesham - Geograph - 111011.jpg
Church Street, Chesham
Church Street, Chesham, in the rain - Geograph - 3382536.jpg
Church Street, Chesham, in the rain
Underground bridge over Waterside (C) Philip Jeffrey - Geograph - 3611880.jpg
Underground bridge over Waterside (C) Philip Jeffrey
Cudsden Farm near Great Missenden (C) Bikeboy - Geograph - 3894391.jpg
Cudsden Farm near Great Missenden (C) Bikeboy
Chenies, Buckinghamshire - Geograph - 4675387.jpg
Chenies, Buckinghamshire The traditional village sign is to the left of the image.
Chenies- Latimer Road and Bedford Estate cottages - Geograph - 2421159.jpg
Chenies- Latimer Road and Bedford Estate cottages This group of 4 cottages form a Grade II Listed Building, and the English Heritage Listed Buildings website describes the group thus:-

"Group of estate cottages. Built in 1867 by the Bedford Estate. Red brick in Flemish bond with some black headers. Tiled roof with 6 pairs of brick chimneystacks set diagonally. L-shaped plan. The central gable has a plaque with the date 1867 and the letter B."

So this group are about 9 years newer than the nearby TQ0297 : Chenies: Latimer Road and a Bedford Estate cottage..
Latimer Road, Chenies - Geograph - 2370026.jpg
Latimer Road, Chenies
Latimer Road, Chenies - Geograph - 2370060.jpg
Latimer Road, Chenies
Flooding near the Queen's Head pub, Chesham - Geograph - 3893281.jpg
Flooding near the Queen's Head pub, Chesham Not sure if this was caused by the recent heavy rainfall or a burst water main.

 

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