Map of Labworth Park Estate

Drawn by E.E.Lawrence late 1930s/40s

By Janet Penn

Photo:Click to see enlargement

Click to see enlargement

Photo:Not the Monico Hotel, Casino and The Wonder Bar

Not the Monico Hotel, Casino and The Wonder Bar

Photo:To the West is the Bay Country Club and to the East is the very distinctive shape of the Labworth Cafe

To the West is the Bay Country Club and to the East is the very distinctive shape of the Labworth Cafe

Photo:In this part of the map you can see the tidal pool. Just to the north is a small black square that was Concord House and to the east at the bottom of May Avenue is Concord Amusement Park.

In this part of the map you can see the tidal pool. Just to the north is a small black square that was Concord House and to the east at the bottom of May Avenue is Concord Amusement Park.

This page was added by Janet Penn on 28/04/2016.
Comments about this page

Great map, and my best one for confirming childhood memories of Canvey. During WW11 I lived at 118, The Parkway, but was surprised not to see The Driveway, which ran parallel to and N. of the Parkway!!

We then lived at 1 Marine Approach which is clearly shown, and left for Canada from there. I enjoyed pin pointing many of my wartime memories including the burning B17 roaring overhead, the full length of The Parkway, Driveway towards it's final crash location at The Point!!  

By Gerald Hudson
On 29/04/2016

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