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Goodbye to Harringay's Five Fingered Dairy

A discussion elsewhere on HoL about the fate of the last of Harringay's social clubs inspired me to check out the history of 547 Green Lane…

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What Happened to the Men who Built the Ladder?

For a few decades now, I've known that the Harringay Park Estate, on which the Ladder was built, was sold off piecemeal to anyone who wan…

Started by Hugh

11 yesterday
Reply by Rob B

Salisbury Promenade

Does anyone know the history of Salisbury Promenade? The design of the front looks to me remarkably like some inner London underground stat…

Started by Padmadipa Paul Simmons

4 yesterday
Reply by Hugh

1962: Barbara Windsor, resident of Grand Parade, Harringay

'In 1962 I was working for the London Evening Standard taking a portrait each week for the newspaper's Show Page and working with the repor…

Started by Liz

13 yesterday
Reply by John Shulver

Goodbye to Harringay's Five Fingered Dairy

A discussion elsewhere on HoL about the fate of the last of Harringay's social clubs inspired me to check out the history of 547 Green Lane…

Started by Hugh

8 yesterday
Reply by Christine Killick

Old Eel Pie House (The Sluice House Tavern)

The Old Eel Pie House was a popular leisure destination for Londoners in the eighteenth century and first three-quarters of the nineteent…

Started by Hugh

13 Oct 11
Reply by None

Jones & Willis - Hornsey Art Metalworkers to the Queen

Looking earlier at an old picture of the Great Northern Railway Tavern on Hornsey High Street, I noticed that the sign to the east of the p…

Started by Hugh

1 Oct 8
Reply by Hugh

The State of Harringay's Hermitage Brook & the Desire for its Culverting

I noticed an interesting short light-humoured article with a serious message in a 1903 copy of the London North Mercury & Crouch End Ob…

Started by Hugh

23 Aug 3
Reply by Ceri

Finsbury Park's Open Air Theatre

London Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Adrian Boult at the Finsbury Park Open Air Theatre, 1952 For a brief period from late in the Se…

Started by Hugh

1 Aug 1
Reply by StephenBln

Calling all Local Historians about Wightman Road Workshop Building

Morning everyone, I have just moved into a property next to the MOT garage on Wightman Road (pictures attached). I am curious to discover t…

Started by RJBurgon (artist)

10 Jul 30
Reply by John D

A Tunnel under the Great Northern Line?

This is the second or third time I've seen this rumour. Anyone know if there's anything to it? "As a kid growing up in Harringay I remember…

Started by Hugh

50 Jul 29
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