Historic Maps of Hoddesdon and environs, hand-drawn by Ordnance Survey and by renowned Victorian cartographer Samuel Lewis.
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Oh what lovely memories come flooding back, my mum and I would walk the winding river towpath from Glen Faba, where we lived, to Dobbs Weir, fish and minnow watching as we went along our way. In the summer my mum would get a hire row boat out from the man in the Fish and Eels pub garden, oh it was always sooo exciting - being (...Read full memory)
Does anyone at all remember the small island called Glen Faba at Rye House which had dozens of old chalets, caravans and odd assortments of old bungalows near the river lea lock. There was also a provisions shop made out of wood selling sweets and other foods, I think it was called, or at least the lady (...Read full memory)