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|EU Parliament||South East England|
It lies around the crossroads formed by Westwood Road (which leads to Betsham), Highcross Road (leads to Bean), Whitehall Road (leads to Longfield) and Hook Green Road (leads to Southfleet village). The Wheatsheaf Public House, near the crossroads, is a Grade II Listed Building. This dates from 15th – 16th century and is a timber-framed building, faced with plaster, with a hipped thatched roof. Nearby is Westwood farm.
A quarter of a mile to the south lies the site of the former Longfield Halt railway station.
- Imperial Gazetteer of England and Wales, John Marius Wilson, London 1870
- See Ordnance Survey Street View, scale 1:10,000, at grid reference 559806, 170468
- Information from the listing by "English Heritage", official title: the Historic Buildings and Monuments Commission for England - see http://www.britishlistedbuildings.co.uk
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