Monthly Archives: March 2016

810 High Road

An impressive Georgian Grade II listed building occupied by various residents.  From Hendersons the seed merchants to Gedeney, principal suppliers of cloth for liveries of the Grocers Company to stationers and photographers, this Elaborate 18th Century house has stood through … Continue reading

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Nearing 810 High Road…

Tottenham is one of the most ethnically diverse spots on the planet, its extraordinarily ordinary streets are filled with Kurdish, Portuguese and Congolese chatter. Brightly coloured shop fronts line the sides of the High Road in an array of independent … Continue reading

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Looking Upwards

London is best viewed from the ground looking up and Tottenham has its own uniqueness.  A combination of the old with the new continuously jostling for pride of place in an ever-changing concrete landscape… Mosaic tiles adorning the outsides of buildings, … Continue reading

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A Spring Stroll

Walking up from Seven Sisters Underground Station, the regeneration process has already started around the Tottenham Green area.  This part of the High Road has an imposing sense of space, with its wide pavements, the majestic buildings set back from … Continue reading

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