Local History

Tottenham development from the mid-19th century

Tottenham: Growth after 1850

"The arrival of the Northern and Eastern railway in 1840 did not markedly improve communications with London, nor did new centres of population arise around the first stations, east of Tottenham...

Local History, Maps, Tottenham, Tottenham Civic Society, Urban Development

Roman kiln firing up for cooking

Haringey Potter: Re-creating the Highgate Roman Kiln

"In the 1960s, London Archaeologist Harvey Sheldon (Birkbeck College, University of London) discovered a Roman pottery production site in Highgate Woods"

Bruce Castle Museum & Haringey Archive Service, Clay, Cooking, Crafts, Hob Oven, Kiln, Local History, Potter, Pottery, Roman

Greater London Industrial Archaeology Society

"The Greater London Industrial Archaeology Society (GLIAS) was founded in 1968 to record relics of London's industrial history and to deposit these records with national and local museums,...

Historical Societies, Industrial Archaeology, Local History, Urban Development

River Moselle on Edith's Streets

" The Moselle is joined by the Lesser Moselle from the North West and flows north eastwards and then turns abruptly south."

Local History, River Moselle, Tottenham, White Hart Lane

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