EPW019193 ENGLAND (1927). Barnfield Road and the Redhill Institution, Burnt Oak, 1927

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Details

Title [EPW019193] Barnfield Road and the Redhill Institution, Burnt Oak, 1927
Reference EPW019193
Date August-1927
Link
Place name BURNT OAK
Parish
District
Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 520054, 190632
Longitude / Latitude -0.26636270360143, 51.601244544709
National Grid Reference TQ201906

Pins

Formerly Hendon Union Workhouse

The Laird
Monday 27th of April 2015 05:30:45 PM
Watling Avenue (originally proposed name was Mill Hill Ave).

colsouth111
Thursday 22nd of May 2014 08:10:03 AM
The High Road, Burnt Oak. (A5)

colsouth111
Thursday 22nd of May 2014 08:05:45 AM

colsouth111
Thursday 22nd of May 2014 08:04:21 AM
Barnfield Road

colsouth111
Thursday 22nd of May 2014 08:02:24 AM
Watling Avenue and Burnt Oak Northern Line Tube Station

Class31
Thursday 23rd of August 2012 11:03:52 PM

User Comment Contributions

One of several excellent views of Barnfield Rd, the clarity of which belies its age, just a year after the general strike and two years before the Wall St crash. Beyond we can see the Watling estate taking shape but nothing built on Watling Ave as yet. (Lovers of the'60s London blues scene might like to know that Long John Baldry's grandparents lived in Barnfield Road}. The prominent building on the left is the old Hendon Union Workhouse.

colsouth111
Saturday 1st of June 2013 06:46:48 PM