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Ruxley

Ruxley
Ruxley is located in Greater London
Ruxley
Ruxley
 Ruxley shown within Greater London
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London borough Bexley
Bromley
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Country England
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Post town SIDCUP
Postcode district DA14
Post town ORPINGTON
Postcode district BR5
Dialling code 020
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Ruxley is a small settlement in South East London, inside the London Boroughs of Bexley and Bromley. It lies close to the border of Greater London with Kent.

History

Ruxley was previously a civil parish of the Hundred of Ruxley, Sutton-at-Hone Lathe. However it was abolished in 1557 and the area was absorbed into the North Cray parish.[1][2]

Ruxley Gravel Pits is a biological Site of Special Scientific Interest.[3]

Transport

Ruxley is served by Transport for London bus routes 233 to Eltham via Sidcup and to Swanley, and 492 to Sidcup and Bluewater via Bexleyheath. The nearest rail link to Ruxley is at Sidcup station.

  1. ^ North Cray and Ruxley, British History Online
  2. ^ North Cray history at www.idealhomes.org
  3. ^ Natural England, Map of Ruxley Gravel Pits


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