Secret Gardens & Hideaways of North London

Secret Gardens & Hideaways of North London

The Pergola & Hill Garden, Hampstead Essentially a raised walkway overlooking breathtaking gardens, the Hampstead Pergola was constructed between 1905 and 1955 by Lord Leverhulme who visioned this Edwardian indulgence for garden parties and summer eventid

Primrose Hill, Camden, just north of Central London. Beautiful Park with an amazing view of London. A wonderful place for a picnic. :)

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Primrose Hill, Camden, just north of Central London. Beautiful Park with an amazing view of London. A wonderful place for a picnic. :)

Camden Market, a brilliant way to spend an afternoon in London!

Camden Market: My Favorite Day Out in London

The Edwardian houses of steep Muswell Hill, a suburban street in the north part of greater London. The background view is Canary Wharf; one of London’s major business districts. London, ENGLAND. (image by wikimedia)

The Edwardian houses of steep Muswell Hill, a suburban street in the north part of greater London. The background view is Canary Wharf; one of London’s major business districts. London, ENGLAND. (image by wikimedia)

Regent's Canal    Regent's Canal, North London, with canal boat - rode one of these canal boats from the zoo all the way to Maida Vale

Regent's Canal Regent's Canal, North London, with canal boat - rode one of these canal boats from the zoo all the way to Maida Vale

entrance to the village--Holly Village, Highgate, North London, by H. A. Darbishire

entrance to the village--Holly Village, Highgate, North London, by H. A. Darbishire

The Camden Stables Market in London, consists of a group of 19th century horse stables, horse hospital, workshops, warehouses and vaults, all connected by cobbled lanes, with it's various levels connected by ramps. It all started in 1854 when, due to the increase in rail freight, more and more horses were required to haul the Pickford distribution waggons round the streets of London and to tow the heavy barges, up and down the Regents Canal in North London.

The Camden Stables Market in London, consists of a group of 19th century horse stables, horse hospital, workshops, warehouses and vaults, all connected by cobbled lanes, with it's various levels connected by ramps. It all started in 1854 when, due to the increase in rail freight, more and more horses were required to haul the Pickford distribution waggons round the streets of London and to tow the heavy barges, up and down the Regents Canal in North London.

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