'TOMLIN' NAMED ROADS IN THE UK
Leicester, Leicestershire, LE4 9DW
Slough, Berkshire, SL2 2JR
Felixstowe, Suffolk, 1IP 7QW
Shilton, County Durham, DL4 2JG
Whitehaven, Cumbria, CA28 8BS
Epsom, Surrey, KT19 8SA
Snodland, Kent, ME6 5DW
Staplehurst, Tonbridge, Kent, TN12 0PH
Thatcham, Berkshire, RG19 3XY
Yorkly, Lydney, Gloucestershire, GL15 4SR
London, E3 4NX
Gillingham, Dorset, SP8 4BH
Tomlin Well Lane
Bradford, Yorkshire, BD10 0FE
'TOMLIN' NAMED HILL IN CUMBRIA, UK
Located at St. Bees in Cumbria, is a hill which is part of the South Headland next to Fleswick Bay known by the locals as “Tomlin”. There are the remains of a coastguard lookout on the top of the hill which is accessible from St. Bees by a footpath. This is part of Wainwright's “Coast to Coast” long distance walk and he mentions the hill in his guidebooks to the walk.
'THE TOMLIN WALL' IN UPPER NIDDERDALE, YORKSHIRE, UK
This wall, known as the 'Tomlin Wall' is located on the farm at Northside Head, Middlesmoor in the Upper Nidderdale Valley. It is believed to be named after the tenant farmer who built the wall. Built into the wall are a number of shooting butts which are still used today. The Crown Inn in Middlesmoor has named one of its bedrooms the 'Tomlin Room' after the wall / shooting-butts.
'THE TOMLINE WALL' NEAR FELIXSTOWE, SUFFOLK
The Tomline wall is a sea defence, named after a Colonel George Tomline, a local landowner who founded the Felixstowe Docks in the 1800's. As well as the docks, he built the Felixstowe Railway. Much of his life was spent as an MP for various parties and constituencies around the country. A road, running parallel to the railway line, is also named after him.