Kingston's Drove Roads
At the end of the Green Lane drove lies Chalky Lane. Drove roads are often called Lanes or Ways such as Rushett Lane, Fairoak Lane. Drift was an old name for drove and any name with the prefix 'Ox' such as Oxshot or Oxted. Droving inns were called 'butts' and had adjoining paddocks of about 8 acres where the animals rested on their journey. Scots pine and larch were also used as way marks along the route and clumps of these trees also denoted stopping places at inns and farms, the word 'clump' being associated with drover's roads.