Culvert

Tiles made by St Mary's School pupils

Ceramic Tile Making Residency at St Mary's Primary School

Monday, 18 March 2013 (All day) to Wednesday, 27 March 2013 (All day)

Ceramic Tile making Residency@ St Mary`s primary School, on Rectory Gardens, directly over the tradjectory of the culverted Moselle, a 5-minute walk up to Willow Tile Kiln Huts Sculpture near...

Bricks, Bruce Castle Museum Sculpture Trail, Ceramics, Clay, Crafts, Culvert, Ecology, Events, Green Lanes, Hidden Moselle, Highgate, Hornsey, Schools, St Mary's School, Tile Kiln, Tiles, Workshops

River Moselle source - Courtesy Theo Thomas, Thames21

Queen’s Wood – where the Moselle Starts, but Time Stands Still

There’s something quite magical being near the source of a river, whatever its size or location. It’s that sense of being at the beginning, with all that potential, just as the journey starts. I...

Clean Water, Concrete, Culvert, Daylighting, Ecology, Hidden Moselle, Highgate, Lordship Rec, Lost Rivers, River Lea, River Moselle, River Moselle Valley, River Thames, Signs of the River Moselle, Tottenham, Tributary, Visible Moselle

Moselle viewing panel at Coombes Croft Library

Coombes Croft Library: Do You Know What Lies Beneath It….?

Below the pavement, just outside the door of Coombes Croft Library, lies one of Haringey’s best known natural streams – the Moselle Brook or Stream.

Its name and its spelling has varied...

Coombes Croft Library, Culvert, Daylighting, Ecology, Libraries, Lost Rivers, River Moselle

The bend in the River Moselle - Courtesy Theo Thomas, Thames21

Rivers, Right Angles and Wrong Connections

The River Moselle takes a zigzag course through Haringey, as if trying to escape our attempts to control it.

The straight lines and right turns of its route from Queen’s Wood to Markfield...

Clean Water, Concrete, Culvert, Ecology, Eels, Factories, Flooding, Heavy Rain, Lordship Rec, Lost Rivers, Markfield Park, Pollution, Queen's Wood, River Lea, River Moselle, River Thames, Sewage Fungus, Stickleback, Tottenham Cemetary, Urban Development, Waste Water

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