Women of RAF Tempsford

Women of RAF Tempsford

Woolwich Through Time

Woolwich Through Time

Wood Green Through Time

Series: Through Time

Publication Date15th November 2013

Book FormatPaperback





This fascinating selection of photographs traces some of the many ways in which Wood Green has changed and developed over the last century.
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Wood Green, 6 miles north of the City of London, is now part of the lively borough of Haringey. In 1619, when part of the parish of Tottenham, it was a mere hamlet of houses on the periphery of Wood Green Common, which later became the iconic Alexandra Palace and its park. However, it was close to a highway from London to Enfield and beyond, and it was as a result of this that its commercial growth began, starting with a smithy in 1770. Coaching inns followed in the late eighteenth century, and by the nineteenth century the High Road was full of shopping parades. Residential development was accelerated by the arrival of the railway in 1859, and in 1888 it became a borough in its own right, with a population of 23,000. As Wood Green continues to thrive today, its history is reawakened by this beautiful collection of images.

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