London of Croydon: map showing comparative positions of public open space, proposed motorways, South Norwood Sewage Works and Parkway E
|Location||National Archives (see all files stored here)|
|File base||Series HLG, subseries HLG 159|
This file contains a cover note on a single sheet of paper, and one plan sheet folded into an envelope. The cover note explains that "the attached map has been submitted by Croydon LBC [sic] in illustration of points raised in the Proof of Evidence E27/52."
There's no indication what they're trying to illustrate, but if you fold out the map you'll find that it covers the north eastern part of the borough of Croydon. It has shading to indicate land required for various motorways, the Croydon borough boundary, the area occupied by South Norwood Sewerage Works, and "Public Private Open Space on line of Parkway E".
Along with bits of Ringway 2 which we've already seen, it also has the actual detailed line of Parkway E on it, at least between Crystal Palace and Addington.
I think this is what is sometimes called a "result".
People with camera copies
Chris Marshall has a partial copy.