Station Lane (West Side)|
||Business - Property Type||Open
|Doorway||Doorway to 5-8 Tudor Mansions||Upper Flats
|2||The Scotch Bakery (George Richard Watson)|
James & Sons Ltd.
Forge Services - Shoe Repairs
|Bakers & confectionery
Bakers & confectionery
| ||Gowers||Newsagent & confectioner
|| || |
|6||A. Glenny & Son (Kenneth Glenny) (& 13 High Rd, Laindon)|
Wellbank Resourcing Ltd.
T & M Nails & Beauty (relocated: 6 The Broadway, Pitsea)
|Estate Agents & Chartered Surveyors
|10||A.E. Porter (Alf Porter)|
E.E. Hart & Son Ltd.
Pitsea - Kebabs and Pizzas
|16||Doorway to 1-4 Tudor Chambers||Upper business units
|1 Tudor Chambers||Dollond and Aitchison|
|Optician (Previously at 6 The Broadway within chemists)
|4 Tudor Chambers||BSM (Basildon School of Motoring)||Driving School (Previously at 45 Timberlog Lane, Vange)
|18||Bata (& at 41 High Road, Laindon)|
Georgie's Cafe & Pie n Mash
|24?||Ye Olde Coffee Shoppe||Detached mock tudor fronted single storey building
Teas and snacks
|26-28||Pitsea Auto Mart (Proprietor: Frank Warr)||Second hand car dealer
|30 Tudor Cottage?||Hare's Accumulator Service|
The Music Box (Frank Warr)
Jenson's Angling Centre
Television & Radio, Records.
Mock tudor building with upstairs living accommodation.
|34||Nixmix||Ready mixed concrete. 7 day week delivery service
|Kingswood||A.E. Judd & Son||Builders & decorators
|Public Conveniences||Closed in the 1980s and demolished years later after becoming vandalised and almost completely unseen amongst trees and bushes.
|Pitsea Market||An undercover market is established. Charles Love is the auctioneer.
|Tennyson Road||Disappeared during the creation of the A13 and South Mayne flyovers in the 1970s.
| ||Ambrose & Co.||Estate Agents
|Woodside||Edwin Sycamore, Edwin J. Sycamore, Elsie A. Sycamore & Kate F. Sycamore (1949)||Residence
| ||Pitsea Electrical Supply Stores (W.H. Davis)||Electrical suppliers
| ||W.F. Izzard||Radio, electrical and cycle specialists
|St. Anthony||Stuart & Lucy Henderson (1949)||178 feet frontage to Riviera Avenue.
|Riviera Avenue||Disappeared during the creation of the A13 and South Mayne flyovers in the 1970s.
|F.E.J. Green & Sons (Frank Edgar James Green)|
(& at Rectory Road, Pitsea)
(relocated: 195/197 Timberlog Lane c.1969)
|Funeral Furnishers, Monumental Masons.
Located on land adjoining or forming part of the property Hazelmere, Riviera Avenue with a frontage to Station Lane of approximately 113 feet.
| ||Fur Factory - J. Knoblaugh & Sons||Furriers
|94 St. Ivel||Cecil John Johnson, Margaret I. Johnson (1949)||Semi-detached house
|96 Coronation Villa?||Albert Tew, Bessie Ada Tew, Herbert J. Tew & Irene Tew (1949)||166 ft frontage to Hazelmere Drive.
|Hazelmere Drive||Hazelmere Drive was later renamed Hazelmere, made up and realigned to High Road during the creation of Tescos in the 1970s.
|Ampthill House?||Bryce, Janet & Martha Lamb (1949)||Residence
|Railway overbridge||Came into existence during the creation
of the 'new' direct Barking to Pitsea rail route which opened in June 1888.|
| || ||The site of this former property is now used as a rail commuter
|| ||Demolished Pre-/11/1967|
|Primrose Villa||Campbell residence||J.W. Campbell & Sons - Campbell's Motor Services
Station Lane (East Side)|
|Howard's Field (H.G. Howard)||Field
|St. Michael's Avenue||St. Michael's Avenue junction with Station Lane
was lost in the creation of the A13 Vange & Pitsea by-pass.||--||1970s|
|49||Pitsea Pram Service (Nellie Turp)||Prams, babywear and toys stockists.
|3 Station Parade||Parade Cafe W.H. Foxwell (William Foxwell)||Cafe
|2 Station Parade||Chemist - Elsie McGregor|
Chemist - Miss Grace Milner MPS (Market Pharmacy)
|1 Station Parade||?||Residence
|Bayencourt||Rene and Hilda Camous||Residence
|Hyglea||Ellen and Maude Weale||Residence
|77 Clifton||Alec & Emma Pendrill||Residence
|1 The Parade||John & Joyce Naylor (1940s-1950s)||Residence
|2 The Parade|
83 Station Lane
|S. Huckle (Sidney Huckle) (Eileen Huckle)|
Reklaw (Kenneth William Walker)
Laindon Recorder sub-office (from November 1951)
Photography and photographic equipment
|Miriam||Miriam (Gladys Tonkin)||Ladies' Hairdressers + Hosiery
Residence (Martin & Gladys Tonkin)
|87||Grocers (C.J. Johnson)||Residence
|Tregantle||David, Pauline and Rosina Bright||Residence
|Vancluse||Harry & Daisy Poulton||Residence
|Villa-des-Roses||Robert & Mabel Aitchison|
Richard & Ada Campbell
|Kentview Drive||Cleared of properties by the 1960s as preparation for
new housing when Brackendale Avenue was extended in the 1970s.||--||1970s|
| ||Alec Streete|
George & Maud Chambers?
|Station Cafe & Stores
Post box to side of property.
| ||Eric & Florence Hart?||Newsagent
Post box to side of property.