Barnehurst, Kent is in comfortable commuter belt territory situated north-east of Bexleyheath and 13 miles (20 km) east south-east of Charing Cross with an average journey time by train of 40 minutes. It is separated from North Bexleyheath by the A220, Erith Road. Barnehurst's name originates from the name of the railway station, which was named after Colonel Barne who owned local property in the area.
Eating & Drinking
The Red Lion pub is a key landmark, just west of the Barnehurst train station. It was a venue of importance for the survival of jazz in Britain immediately following the Second World War, largely due to the enthusiasm of pianist George Webb.
Located 1.1 miles away, residents of Barnehurst can enjoy Broadway Shopping Centre in Bexleyheath. The shopping centre offers more than 60 stores and 1,200 car parking spaces.
Residents of Barnehurst can access Barnehurst train station which serves the area, with Southeastern services to London Victoria, London Charing Cross and Dartford. Several bus routes serve the area, all provided by Transport for London. These connect Barnehurst with areas including Bexleyheath, Blackheath, Erith, Lewisham, Sidcup, Thamesmead, Welling and Woolwich.
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