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Beckenham is a post town and district of London in the London Borough of Bromley, England.
Around it were the great manorial estates: Beckenham, Kelsey and Langley Halls and Parks.Ravensbourne station and Beckenham Hill provide direct access to central London and the City every 30 minutes - Peckham Rye in 12 minutes, Elephant & Castle in 23 minutes, London Blackfriars in 27 minutes, City Thameslink in 29 minutes, Farringdon in 33 minutes and London St Pancras International in 37 minutes. Beckenham Cricket Club in Foxgrove Road, a former first-class cricket ground, staged the Kent Championships, an international tennis tournament, from 1886 to 1996, featuring many of the world's top players as it opened the grass-court season building up to The Championships at Wimbledon.New Beckenham station, Clock House, Elmers End and Eden Park have services to London Charing Cross and to Hayes. Hall, 1878 or 1884), Christ Church, Fairfield Road (Blashill & Hayward, 1876), St. It was also the breeding ground of players such as England internationals Derek Underwood and Richard Ellison, and most recently Kent captain Robert Key.Until the coming of the railway in 1857, Beckenham was a small village as with the rest of the borough in Kent with almost most of its land rural and private parkland: a family of entrepreneurs began the building of villas commencing a soar in population from 2,000 to 26,000 (1850–1900).Housing and population growth has continued at a lesser pace since 1900.