What does Cray mean in St Mary Cray?

What does Cray mean in St Mary Cray?

fresh, clean
Named from the River Cray (a British river-name meaning ‘fresh, clean’). The affix is from the dedication of the church to St Mary.

What does Cray mean in St Pauls Cray?

The name St Paul’s Cray has no direct connection with St Paul the Apostle; it is simply an abbreviation of St Paulinus Cray.

What county is St Pauls Cray in?

St Mary Cray is an area of South East London, England, within the London Borough of Bromley. Historically it was a market town in the county of Kent. It is located north of Orpington, and 13 miles (21 km) south-east of Charing Cross.

What borough is St Pauls Cray?

London Borough of Bromley
St Pauls Cray Hill Country Park | London Borough of Bromley.

What zone is St Mary Cray?

Zone 6
It is in Travelcard Zone 6, and the station is managed by Southeastern. Services are provided by Southeastern, and Thameslink.

Is Orpington in London or Kent?

Situated in the London Borough of Bromley, Orpington is a town on the borders of south east London and Kent.

What does Cray mean in place names?

the clean, fresh and clear river
Cray (river) – 814 (Crayford) Probably ‘the clean, fresh and clear river’ or possibly ‘the river that often floods’.

Can you use Oyster at St Mary Cray?

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Is Orpington oyster?

Orpington is in zone 6. The daily cap for zones 1-6, 2-6 or 3-6 are the same at £11.80, so it doesn’t matter which route you take if you cap out. Get an Oyster card and that is the maximum you will pay for the day, even if (for example) you head into central London after the day at Excel is over.

What zone is St Marys Cray?

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