ROADS IN RICHMOND, SURREY

NAMED AFTER NOVELS BY MARY ELIZABETH BRADDON

In his later years, having handed the control of his publishing firm to his sons John and Robert, Maxwell became a successful property developer, building houses in Richmond and other parts of London between the 1870s and 1890s. Some of these roads were named in honour of his wife's novels, including John Marchmont's Legacy and Lady Audley's Secret.

Photographs taken in January 2004 by Jennifer Carnell.

Marchmont Road
leading to
Marchmont Gardens

Marchmont Road

Marchmont Road

Audley Road

Audley Road

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