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EAW020754 ENGLAND (1949). Trent Park, Enfield Chase, from the south, 1949. This image was marked by Aerofilms Ltd for photo editing.

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EAW020755
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EAW020757
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Manylion

Pennawd [EAW020754] Trent Park, Enfield Chase, from the south, 1949. This image was marked by Aerofilms Ltd for photo editing.
Cyfeirnod EAW020754
Dyddiad 21-January-1949
Dolen
Enw lle ENFIELD CHASE
Plwyf
Ardal
Gwlad ENGLAND
Dwyreiniad / Gogleddiad 528844, 196044
Hydred / Lledred -0.13750940666201, 51.647942666748
Cyfeirnod Grid Cenedlaethol TQ288960

Pinnau

The air raid concrete bunkers at De Bohun Junior School. They were covered by grass and we kids used to run up and down them.

Macmartyn
Wednesday 30th of April 2014 01:49:43 PM
Westpole motor garage sold off to housing by the end of the 1970's

Macmartyn
Wednesday 30th of April 2014 01:44:15 PM
Ashridge Court comprising of three blocks of three storey flats was a flagship social housing enterprise, by Southgate council(now part of Enfield Council) boasting luxury council accommodation living including gas fires installed in the larger bed room's. A open coal fire in the lounge and a coal fire stove (with a gas fire poker point) in the kitchen. First and second floor flats each had a private balcony accessible via metal framed French opening doors. Each house holder had a key to enter the communal clothes drying rooms that were situated on each floor in the two extended towers at the back of each block. each flat also had a personal storage shed at ground level. A rubbish chute point on the first and second floor allowed waste to be delivered to a corrugated metal dust bins that the caretaker rotated each day. The chutes were always blocked up with inappropriate house waste or kids would chuck lit matches down the chutes. By the early seventies the bins were replaced by a larger wheelie bin that could be rolled out and lifted automatically by the refuse truck. I lived there through the sixties till mid seventies with my parents, the flats were not double glazed and were freezing cold in the winters. Retired people lived on the ground floor and families on the first and second floor. You knew all your neighbours in the block and some in the other blocks and most flat front doors were left open all day.

Macmartyn
Wednesday 30th of April 2014 01:41:26 PM
The garden plant nursery was sold off to housing by the late sixties but the adjacent allotments still exist as of now 2014

Macmartyn
Wednesday 30th of April 2014 01:01:07 PM
large victorian house rumoured to have been owned by the Barratt family, their sweet factory was in Wood Green. House was left empty and sadly vandalised into a ruin by all the local kids circa 1960. The house and small wood were eventually torn down and replaced by flats towards the end of the sixties.

Macmartyn
Wednesday 30th of April 2014 12:54:29 PM
Reservoir Road

Macmartyn
Wednesday 30th of April 2014 12:41:33 PM