The Anonymous Widower

The Millwall Path

This path wasn’t here, the last time I walked this way. So I had to explore.

It eventually led to South Bermondsey station.

I think that this could become a popular walking route, as it links up to the path I took from Surrey Quays station, that goes to the still-to-br-built New Bermondsey station and on to Queens Road Peckham station.

It would appear that there is the possibility of opening another path through the arches close to the Millwall Path.

This would probably.

  • Give good walking and cycling access between the development between the railway lines of the dive-under and South Bermondsey station.
  • Open up more uses for the land between and the buildings under the dive-under.
  • Create a direct walking route between the Surrey Quays area and Millwall Football Ground.

I think the whole area could make a very good designer shopping outlet or perhaps a high-technology or design cluster, as there are stations at each of the three corners of the site.

It is certainly a site with possibilities!


April 29, 2016 - Posted by | Sport, Transport/Travel, World | , , , ,


  1. Places like this are great for people such as myself, because it looks very scooter friendly, my new scooter is fantastic folds at the push of a button and hoists into my car boot. The only snag is that isn’t good for rougher terrain. But paths such as this one are great, flat, less polluted because of no cars, lots to see. For people who are pushed in wheelchairs they are also great – they are very uncomfortable on uneven ground.

    Comment by nosnikrapzil | April 30, 2016 | Reply

    • They are good for me too! At the moment, I’m still suffering from the fasciitis and flat or slighty uphill walks are ideal.

      Comment by AnonW | April 30, 2016 | Reply

  2. Sorry the fasciitis is still with you, it is horrible isn’t it. Mine went after a while, and lots of foot stretches and a new pair of trainers which I thought were extortionate at the time, but I have worn them most days for nearly 4 years, and there is still plenty of life in them, so they were clearly a good investment.

    Comment by nosnikrapzil | May 1, 2016 | Reply

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