|6.1 The H.G.Wells Centre near Bromly South, long the home of the local Labour party and still surviving despite the mayhem around it - shortly to include a new police station.
|6.2 At the other end of town, in South Street, is this sign marking the site of Wells' early education.
|6.3 A more prosaic sign, different examples of which proliferate around the town, and all requiring a degree in logic to intepret. This one is in Ravensbourne Road.
|6.4 The first homeopathic hospital (c1889), then a language school and MOT test centre, on the corner of Park Road and Widmore Road.
|6.5 The combination of gardens, houses, shops and offices by Bromley South, as viewed from Westmoreland Road car park.
|6.6 A view towards Shortlands with the Crystal Palace BBC TV transmitter on the horizon.
|6.7 The Library Gardens "lake", once the proud possessor of a large floating wooden bandstand, which went the way of all inflamable wooden bandstands these days!
|6.8 Queen's Mead recreation ground, looking towards Martins Hill. The change of slope marks the route of the culveted River Ravensbourne.