Crooked Usage, N3

Place Name

This unusual name is thought to date back to Anglo-Saxon times when a usage was a strip of grass between fields, probably used as a right of way. The addition of crooked describes the clear bend in the route. According to Londonist: “A street of the same name also once existed in Chelsea.”

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