Hornsey, Greater London
Photos, Maps, Books and Memories

Historic maps of Hornsey and the local area, hand-drawn by Ordnance Survey cartographers and Samuel Lewis.

Blythe Mansions, Hornsey Rise

I can vividly remember Blythe Mansions, I used to go there with my late mother to visit an aunt and other relatives who lived there, I can still see it now, there were two sections of the estate as I recall, with two half circle entrances on the main side and I think there was just one entrance at the back, as you ...Read full memory

A memory of Hornsey by john.cashin64

North Star 1949 North Harringay Secondary Boys School 1949

my late uncle mr martin harris left me his magazine about a trip the boys went onto. The boys names are..... form IV R ISSARTEL, K, GREENLAND, L TIMMS, A, BROWN, B, GOWER, J, CLIFFE, N, JONES, BUXTON, BURROUGH, HALL, HARRIS, KIRK, MADDAMS, MARSHALL, MANN, PINGREE, STURT, THORNHILL. STAFF, MR H,M COLYER AND MR A, THOMSPON.

A memory of Hornsey by cazmc234

School Days

my name is George Bryant I went to North haringay boys school from 1958 - 1963.in the beginning I was the only black boy in school.at first it was pretty rough called all kind of names people lifting up my blazer to ask me where my tail was and so on.my first friends was a boy name last name Haggar another his last name was Benson ...Read full memory