Victorian London - Directories - Dickens's Dictionary of London, by Charles Dickens, Jr., 1879 - "Caterham"

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Caterham.—An extremely healthy suburb among the chalk hills to the south, and well in the open country. Rents high, but not so exorbitant as in the case of certainly not more advantageous situations within easier reach of town. Land is in the market, and villas are being built at Caterham Junction, 14min. on the London side, and, so far as regards health, possessing equal advantages. From Charing Cross (1h 27m.), Cannon Street (56min.), 1st 3/2, 5/- ; 2nd 2/6, 4/- ; 3rd 1/3, 2/6 ; Victoria or Kensington, 1st 2/9, 4/9; 2nd 2/-, 3/3; 3rd 1/1, 2/2

Charles Dickens (Jr.), Dickens's Dictionary of London, 1879