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St Stephen, Warwick Road, Norbury

A mile south of the station. This is a church of 1908 designed by W.S. Weatherley

St Oswald, Green Lane, Norbury

On the eastern side of Norbury, this is a basilica style church of 1935 by Caroe and Passmore.

St Philip, Beech Road, Norbury

In a residential area south of Norbury station. The chancel and eastern part of the nave date from 1900 (architect unknown), the western parts were added in 1929-1935 by Caroe and Passmore. The western areas are not really visible in the pictures as the church grounds were locked.

St Andrew, Brook Road, Thornton Heath (Roman Catholic)

In a side street near the station. The church dates from  1970 and is by Broadbent, Hastings, Reid and Todd.

St Jude with St Aidan, Thornton Road, Thornton Heath

Some way west of central Thornton Heath, this building was built in 1927 and designed by W Pite, Son and Fairweather.

The Annunciation and St James (Romanian Orthodox), Croydon Cemetery, Mitcham Road, Thornton Heath

This is the chapel for the large Croydon cemetery and dates from 1897. There is no sign that this building is used by the Romanian Orthodox church either at the building itself or at the main road entrances to the cemetery.

St Mark, Church Road, Woodcote

A large church, deep in smart suburbia, on the border between Croydon and Sutton boroughs. The building is by G.H. Fellowes Prynne, dating from 1910. A very late Morris & Co window is a memorial to J.H. Dearle their lead designer during the 20th century.