fence builders north london

crouch end

crouch end lies between harringay to the east; hornsey, muswell hill and wood green to the north; stroud green and archway to the south; and highgate to the west. it is located 4.6 miles north of charing cross and 5.1 miles from the city of london. toponymy. the name crouch end is derived from middle english. a 'crouch' meant cross while an 'end' referred to an outlying area.

parkland walk

the parkland walk is a 2.5-mile 4.0 km linear green pedestrian and cycle route in london, which follows the course of the railway line that used to run between finsbury park and alexandra palace, through stroud green, crouch end, highgate and muswell hill.it is often mistakenly described as 4.5 miles long, but even taking in the gap between the two sections it still only totals 3.1-miles 5 .

norman cross prison

norman cross prison was the world's first purpose-built prisoner-of-war camp or 'depot' built during the napoleonic wars by the navy.. norman cross lies near peterborough, cambridgeshire.traditionally in huntingdonshire, it gave its name to a hundred and, from 1894 to 1974, norman cross rural district.the junction of the a1 and a15 roads is here.

fences film

fences is a 2016 american period drama film starring, produced and directed by denzel washington and written by august wilson, based on his pulitzer prize-winning play of the same name. in addition to washington, the film also stars viola davis , stephen mckinley henderson , jovan adepo , russell hornsby , mykelti williamson and saniyya sidney .

integrated electronic control centre

the integrated electronic control centre iecc was developed in the late 1980s by the british rail research division for uk-based railway signalling centres, although variations exist around the world. it is the most widely deployed vdu based signalling control system in the uk, with over 50 workstations in control centres that manage many of the most complex and busy areas of the network.

somers town, london

somers town is an inner-city district in north west london. it has been strongly influenced by the three mainline north london railway termini: euston 1838 , st pancras 1868 and king's cross 1852 , together with the midland railway somers town goods depot 1887 next to st pancras, where the british library now stands.

list of oldest buildings in the united kingdom

this article lists the oldest extant freestanding buildings in the united kingdom.in order to qualify for the list a structure must: be a recognisable building; either incorporate features of building work from the claimed date to at least 1.5 metres 4.9 ft in height and/or be a listed building.; incorporate features of building work of the above nature that date from no later than 1300 ad.

archway, london

archway is an inner neighbourhood of london, forming part of the london borough of islington. it is located 3.8 miles 6 km north of charing cross and is identified as a district centre in the london plan, surrounded by mixed-density residential development.

j. l. eve construction

later divisions of eve group were: eve arclive, formed on 18 june 1976 - electrical contracting, later it became eve power; trakway, later known as eve trakway and now known as live trakway and based in bramley vale and doe lea in ault hucknall near glapwell in derbyshire off the a617, east of the heath interchange m1 junction 29, and supplies crowd control barriers and temporary fencing.

theobalds house

theobalds house also known as theobalds palace , located in what is now cedars park in the parish of cheshunt in the english county of hertfordshire, was a significant stately home and later royal palace of the 16th and early 17th centuries. set in extensive parkland, it was a residence of statesmen lord burghley and his son, both leading royal advisers.

loddon, norfolk

loddon is a small market town and electoral ward about 12 miles 19 km southeast of norwich on the river chet, a tributary of the river yare within the broads in norfolk, england.the name 'loddon' is thought to mean muddy river in celtic in reference to the chet.

fairlop loop

the fairlop loop was a 6.5-mile 10 km branch line of the great eastern railway ger . it opened to freight on 20 april 1903 and to passengers on 1 may 1903. it once connected woodford on the ongar branch to ilford on the main line, with an eastward connection for goods, excursions and stock transfers to seven kings.today it is the greater part of the hainault loop on london underground's .

temple, london

the temple refers to the area in the vicinity of temple church.it is one of the main legal districts in london and a notable centre for english law, both historically and in the present day.it consists of the inner temple and the middle temple, which are two of the four inns of court and act as local authorities in place of the city of london corporation within their areas.

muswell hill

muswell hill is a suburban district of north london.it is mainly in the london borough of haringey with a small part in the london borough of barnet.it is between highgate, hampstead garden suburb, east finchley and crouch end.it has many streets with edwardian architecture.. muswell hill is in the n10 postcode district and mostly in the hornsey and wood green constituency.

lancaster west estate

lancaster road estate is a housing estate in north kensington, west london. it is in an area known as notting dale which experienced v-2 bombing during the second world war. it was built as municipal housing as part of the slum clearances of the 1960s. the estate was designed in 1963-4 as part of a major royal borough of kensington and chelsea redevelopment scheme designed by architects clifford wearden and peter deakins but was later much modified and reduced in scale and ambition. it is immedi