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Harringay, Haringey - So Good they Spelt it Twice!

Now photo by Alistair, then photo courtesy of Flower.

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Albums: Then and Now

Comment by Liz on April 11, 2008 at 20:25
I talked about these two photos with Alistair. Where have all the hedges gone? What a shame that so many Ladder front gardens are paved over and bare, these days. Bring back the greenery! (And the wildlife would appreciate it too)
In case you're wondering, no, I don't have a hedge but have planted up lots of lavender, herbs and there is some kind of bush just about holding its own.
Comment by Flower on April 25, 2008 at 4:06
It's so gratifying to see that these old houses (1898) having survived two world wars are now 'reborn' and looking so bright and cheerful. Thanks for this photo Alistair! I am in the old one. There's a girl in white standing up on the right table, next to her a boy and then a little head. That's me aged 5.
I quite agree about the lack of greenery. The wildlife would appreciate it, but on the other hand, with lots of bushes etc. your little doggie friends might have somewhere else to dump their doodoos. Not in my frontyard?
Does anyone know what happened to The Oakwood Laundry which was in Green Lanes opposite to Beresford?
Comment by Les e39 on January 25, 2009 at 9:57
Hi This is the road where i spent a lot of my working life manufacturing Handbags in workshops that were in the alley that runs beteween Beresford and the next road north ,sorry can't remember the name of the road maybe Fairfax. This was between 1960-1975
Comment by Hugh on January 25, 2009 at 11:19
Workshops in the Alley?? Tell us more. (The next road up is Effingham)
Comment by Les e39 on March 24, 2009 at 17:52
We had two workshops that were actually in the garden of the house next to the alley in Beresford Road .The entrance to our workshops were in the actual alley that runs between Beresford and Effingham .You can still see the concrete foundations that the workshops used to stand on .Apart from the workshops being pulled down sometime after 1975 nothing seems to have been done with the garden .There were two males including myself and six females who worked there from approx 1960-75 producing quite a significant amount of handbags .
Comment by Anna Maria Dipino on May 9, 2009 at 12:12
Thanks for the pictures of my road.

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