Highgate to Stoke Newington
London. Mon 6 May 2019
One of Europe's largest estate regenerations is under way at Woodberry
The heron moved occasionally to show it was real
This reservoir is a nature reserve
and this one a boating lake
The castle is some kind of climbing centre. At right: a fine example
of a front door
St Mary's Church
The Old Church
Stoke Newington Church St
St Mary's Church Rooms
The lion on the grave of Frank C Bostock, 'The Animal King' , a famous
zoo-keeper who ran a commercial menagerie
Abney Park became a non-demonimnational cememtery in 1840 and around
200,000 people have been buried there
Right: 'Henry Orfeur, lost with all the crew, by the wreck of the
schooner Invoice, in the Bristol Channel, Nov. 23, 1856, aged 23 years.
Also John his brother, of the barque Geraldine, last heard of April 14,
1862, near the equator, aged 17 years'
Isaac Watts helped Lady Mary Abney to lay out the park, but is buried
in Bunhill Fields
PC William Frederick Tyler was shot dead chasing two two left-wing Latvian
migrants who had staged a wages robbery at at Tottenham factory in 1909
became known as 'The Tottenham outrage'
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