Edmonton Military Hospital, now North Middlesex Hospital | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Edmonton Military Hospital, now North Middlesex Hospital | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Pymmes Park 1906 looking towards Silver Street entrance. What a pleasant place this part of Edmonton must have been at this time.

Pymmes Park 1906 looking towards Silver Street entrance. What a pleasant place this part of Edmonton must have been at this time.

Strand Workhouse, Edmonton, c.1930

Strand Workhouse, Edmonton, My Grandfather 1886 to Straight into the Royal Navy.

London Photos, Family History, Childhood Memories

Another view of Tramway Ave. To the left is the St. Alpheges Church Hall where we got up to all sorts of mischief at the Youth Club :-)

Another view of Tramway Ave. Alpheges Church Hall where we got up to all sorts of mischief at the Youth Club :-)

The Cooks Ferry Inn, Angel Road

The Cooks Ferry Inn, Angel Road

Church St Edmonton

Church St Edmonton

The Henry Barrass football stadium where you could watch Edmonton FC in their amber kit play to 30 fans

The Henry Barrass football stadium where you could watch Edmonton FC in their amber kit play to 30 fans

All Saints church, Edmonton © Copyright Stephen Dawson and licensed for reuse under this Creative Commons Licence.

All Saints Church Edmonton - Some people only want their extended family to see their efforts, the dedicated site we provide can do this easily

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The Cross Keys Inn, 1886 photo via Gary Boudier

Stalls on The Green

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St Alphege's Church, Edmonton N9. This simple Anglican Church was consecrated in 1958 and I was a choir boy there from 64-67, We practised with the organist, Bill Shipman in the rooms in the foreground. Earned 2/6d per wedding, of which there were 5 or more on a summer Saturday. That was serious money to a 12 year old!

St Alphege's Church, Edmonton N9. This simple Anglican Church was consecrated in 1958 and I was a choir boy there from 64-67, We practised with the organist, Bill Shipman in the rooms in the foreground. Earned 2/6d per wedding, of which there were 5 or more on a summer Saturday. That was serious money to a 12 year old!

Found on Google from flickr.com

Found on Google from flickr.com

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