As far as I remember, it used to have MAYNARDS in big white letters on it. I saw it from the bus going from Woodberry Down to Tottenham.
It's a factory chimney, for a boiler burning coal, to supply power and heat. As a kid in Lancashire 60 years ago I could see 20 from my bedroom windows.
Similar thing opposite my parents home in Leeds only it's square shaped.
In some places chimneys are listed for some architectural reason or other and cannot be removed. In this case I suspect its utility as a mobile mast is seeing it ease into the 21st century without feel or demolition
It's the chimney of Maynards sweet factory in vale Road. My dear mum worked there in the 50’s and would bring home bags of misshapen chocolates.
Thanks for that. Exactly what I was after.
CENSORSHIP on HoL
Approx 30 minutes ago I posted the following reply:
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Why has my reply dated 15 March been deleted and who did it?
"Is this a joke? It's a factory chimney.
"A chimney is a structure that provides ventilation for hot flue gases or smoke from a boiler, stove, furnace or fireplace to the outside atmosphere. Chimneys are typically vertical, or ....
"An explanation please."
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COULD I HAVE AN EXPLANATION FOR THIS CENSORSHIP.