This view north towards Forest Hill Station shows the junction with Derby Hill as it was before the church on the
left gave way to the Heron House office block. Today the clock on the right has survived, despite a change of
I lived in Forest Hill in the 1960's on a road off Dartmouth Road. Two shops on the road stand out in my memory. Probably in 1965 both were still trading. H.L. Daniel was a Norton works motorbike rider , probably in the 1930's and competed in the TT. Later he had a shop in Dartmouth road selling Nortons and there was always a big featherbed* twin and later the first Commando ...see more
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