Crouch End, Crouch End Hill c.1965
Memories of Crouch End
I believe everyone who lived in Crouch End (also Muswell Hill) during the period 1941-71 were very lucky as the area offered virtually everything one would ever wish for. In fact, although I now live in Norfolk I retain ...Read full memory
In 1940 at age 1, I was moved into 123 Nelson Road with my parents and older brother.It was to be my permanent home for the next 20 years. Nelson road was split into two parts by Weston Park, the scruffy end between ...Read full memory
Couldn't wait to go to school in Rokeseley Infants school so happy when the letter came.Remember sliding the letter under the tropical fish tank in our kitchen in Glasslyn Road.loved Infants school had a bit of a blip ...Read full memory
This view of the Broadway shows it along Tottenham Lane where further up on the left was a china shop which was owned by Mr Eric Laughlin, who lived next door to us in Tregaron Avenue with his wife Ellen. They were ...Read full memory
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