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The Story of the Effingham-Beresford Backlands

The development of the Harringay Ladder was tightly controlled, both by the covenants imposed by the land vendor, the British Land Company…

Started by Hugh

18 Jul 31
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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

64 Jul 21
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Goulding Court, Turnpike Lane and another Local Builder made Good

Last September, Marcus added a picture to Harringay Online of Goulding Court. This was a block of flats built by the Borough of Hornsey jus…

Started by Hugh

7 May 22
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John Cathles Hill & the Harringay Bohemians

A few years ago I did a little research on John Cathles Hill, the builder of the Gardens, Grand Parade and the Salisbury. The bones of what…

Started by Hugh

4 Apr 2, 2019
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