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Willow Walk, Harringay

Hi,  Just wondered if anyone had any memories, pics or info on Willow Walk, off West Green Road, Harringay?  What were the houses like as m…

Started by Val

0 on Monday

Old Shop Front Sign @ 351 Green Lanes

The current refurbishment of the "N4 Eatery" at 351 Green Lanes has revealed an old shop front sign: "Harringay Ice Cream". Apparently a la…

Started by Peter

12 on Friday
Reply by Hugh

Any Info on Ice Cream Parlour on Green Lanes, 1950s?

Hi, Anyone remember the Ice Cream Parlour opposite the Arena? Also if you do, have you got any photo's of it? I spent many hours in the par…

Started by ROY BOWKER

22 on Friday
Reply by Andy

Could this be Alexandra Palace circa 1910s

Looking through my Grandad's old photos I spotted the below - which must have been taken circa 1910s. They lived in Liverpool Road, Islingt…

Started by cavendishmark

11 Mar 17
Reply by Gordon H

Punk rock: Hornsey At War?

Wonder if any longer-term residents have heard of this group called Hornsey At War (who put out a homemade record in the early 1980s? https…

Started by Cml

19 Mar 16
Reply by Cml

Bowes Road Band, 1973

A nice bit of local cultural/historical ephemera that I don't see mention of here on HoL previously -  I came across reference to the Bowes…

Started by vaneska

3 Mar 16
Reply by vaneska

Listed Hornsey cattle trough given new protection from bad drivers

In a little bit of heritage news, the listed cattle trough in Hornsey High Street which is in front of Great Northern Railway Tavern now ha…

Started by Liz

1 Mar 15
Reply by Richard Woods

Wonderloaf bakery and Jubly factory, White Hart Lane.

Does anyone have any memories or photographs of the above? The Wonderloaf bakery was a huge white building situated opposite the 'T' juncti…

Started by Tim Fennell

10 Mar 15
Reply by John Hough

The Bricklayers Arms

Thomas H farmer was my great grandfather, so it was great to see a photograph of the pub. My mum used to visit as a child - she remembers t…

Started by Deb

1 Mar 6
Reply by Hugh

An unknown music legend with a Green Lanes connection

A friend recently discovered a local connection for Clem Cattini. Nope. I hadn't heard of him either. Born in Stoke Newington in 1937, he…

Started by Dermot

10 Mar 3
Reply by John Shulver

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