EPW001352 ENGLAND (1920). North Road, South Road and East Road, Burnt Oak, 1920

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Details

Title [EPW001352] North Road, South Road and East Road, Burnt Oak, 1920
Reference EPW001352
Date May-1920
Link
Place name BURNT OAK
Parish
District
Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 519941, 190879
Longitude / Latitude -0.26790918441482, 51.603488720092
National Grid Reference TQ199909

Pins

Queens Terrace built, 1902. As an address Queens Terrace was subsumed into Burnt Oak Broadway in 1937.

colsouth111
Thursday 4th of October 2012 04:00:35 PM
Burnt Oak School built 1901

colsouth111
Thursday 4th of October 2012 03:57:05 PM

User Comment Contributions

On the lower right is the terrace of houses where I grew up some 26 years after this picture was taken. Just behind our house can be seen the roof of a small engineering factory, newly built I suspect. This factory was later used by Boosey and Hawkes to assemble Hammond organs. The organist Harold Smart would occasionally visit and we would get an impromptu concert echoing across the roof tops. My first school, Burnt Oak Infants and juniors, is over to the left in North Road.

colsouth111
Thursday 30th of May 2013 01:23:09 PM