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Name:Langdon Shaw (Sidcup)
Hill number:5568
Height:83m / 272ft
Parent (Ma):3686  Botley Hill
RHB Section:42: South-East England & the Isle of Wight
County/UA:Greater London (CoU)
London Borough:Bexley (LB)
Catchment:Thames
Class:London Borough Top
(CoL)
Grid ref:TQ 45823 71272
Summit feature:no feature: ground on driveway
Drop:7m
Col:76m  TQ454711  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 177
(1:25k) 162
Comments:Spot height on 1:50k
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill
Notes:
  • Bexley London Borough top

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 57 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Walked from Sidcup station.Mark Jackson02/03/2019
Walked from Sidcup station - easy to findjedthehumanoid03/01/2019
Poshest house in the street without a classy name to match.Campbell Singer05/08/2018
A gentle stroll up from Sidcup station. Anybody's guess as to the exact high spot but I'll go with the corner by the gates. Many personalised number plates around here as well!!Sixtyplus25/05/2018
Walked from Sidcup station to the drive by the fancy gates. Two days ago, I was walking in the mountains around Lake Como: the contrast was surreal.Nick Down110/04/2018
On way back to son's house in Charlton after Medway completion.ngthack29/11/2017
SoloPaulB22/10/2017
Cycling to the highest points in London Boroughs and eating a bun at the top of each. #2 Bexley House with fancy gates is called Shalamar. Saw the owner leave, dissapointed it wasn't Jeffrey Daniel.Maggot20/08/2017
Drive to left of the gatesPeterD07/03/2017
HP looks to be on the short driveway to 1a and 1b Langdon Shaw, 2 houses squeezed into the road.jonglew06/02/2017
Agree that drive to left of gates seems highest spot.catman12/12/2016
8/12 In London for weekend so did some Borough Bagging Eight of Twelve (College Park/Harrow Road/St Johns Wood Park/Seven Sisters Road/Bethnal Green/Whitechappel/Shooters Hill/Langdan Shaw (Sidcup)/Sydenham Hill/Weston Hill/Sansterstead Plantation/Clock House)Fergalh01/10/2016
walked from Sidcup Station. Agree it is by the big gatestrimarc229/04/2016
TD, C & H by mobile kennel.This Dog25/03/2016
1st of 4 London Borough Tops bagged by bike!mcallmar10/09/2015
Midnight and Top 33 of 33. Was home by 1.15am. a little later than anticipated - work the next dayChris Pearson11/03/2015
Driveway of house tucked into corner (L of the fancy out-of -place gates) seems to be summit although there could be a back garden a few cm higher.RHW15/02/2015
Past the fancy gates and up the drive way by the house tucked behind.simon and co06/03/2014
On way back into London from Kent Marilyns. Picked this up en route to Shooters. Interesting set of gates next to top!nordicstar07/07/2013
Changed driver here. Uninspiring.squeegs23/06/2013
Went to Bromley and on the way to Crayford decided to do this little borough top. Another drive by peak.steverd12/01/2013
Visited With Darren while trying to visit all the high points on London in one day.magirob10/01/2013
Fifteen of London Borough tops in 14 hours by bike from Kew. This one was visited around 11h from start at Kew. Now light is needed.NilsOS09/10/2010
Approached via Kemnal Manor woodlands & a dash across the A20.Smudge25/09/2010
The house on the corner has gates that are a little OTT for the area! Otherwise very dull indeed.wheresthepath21/02/2010
Top is clearly in someone's back garden - obvious once you get to the road. Not much of a view to be had.Richard25/07/2009
A bit of waste of time and petrol.Overthehilljill07/12/2008
Nothing to say really - road and houses.destaylor24/07/2008
Bramley01/11/2019
Bigmiggy05/07/2019
arjh12/04/2019
PGCE07/02/2019
Janko27/08/2018
Barbara Singer05/08/2018
bwm04/03/2018
Nomad Perkins26/01/2018
TFCope26/01/2018
sglennon15/08/2017
scottfitzgerald24/01/2017
GaryJones15/10/2016
PM18/07/2016
andrew brown02/02/2016
DC11main24/05/2015
softsquare18/02/2014
Jacqdaw27/05/2013
Hillsidenick27/05/2013
BrianMatthews30/01/2013
Halfdecent18/08/2011
veganvixen18/08/2011
Stewart20/01/2011