Historic Sites in Harringay
Maynard's Factory is one of Historic Sites in Harringay.

1. Maynard's Factory

Vale Road, Harringay, Greater London
Historic Site · Haringey · 1 tip

Harringay OnlineHarringay Online: The world-famous wine gums were made here from 1909 to 1998?

Harringay Stadium (Site of) is one of Historic Sites in Harringay.

2. Harringay Stadium (Site of)

Green Lanes, Harringay, Greater London
Historic Site · Haringey · 3 tips and reviews

Harringay OnlineHarringay Online: Did you know that in their heyday Harringay Arena and Stadium were world famous? In 1948 the Olympics Basketball competition was held in the Arena.

Harringay Bridge is one of Historic Sites in Harringay.

3. Harringay Bridge

Green Lanes, Harringay, Greater London
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Harringay OnlineHarringay Online: Here's how this bridge looked over 100 years ago.

Barbara Windsor's Flat is one of Historic Sites in Harringay.

4. Barbara Windsor's Flat

Harringay, Greater London
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Harringay OnlineHarringay Online: Barbara Windsor lived at 42 Grand Parade in the 1960s (above where Pizza Hut is today). People who lived nearby at the time remember hearing raging arguments between her and her boyfriend.

Ever-Ready Central Labs (Site of) is one of Historic Sites in Harringay.

5. Ever-Ready Central Labs (Site of)

St Ann's Road, Harringay, Greater London
Historic Site · St. Ann's · 2 tips and reviews

Harringay OnlineHarringay Online: Originally part of the North Eastern Fever Hospital (subsequently St Ann's Hospital), after the war Ever Ready built a battery research lab on this bomb damaged plot.

The Old Fire Station is one of Historic Sites in Harringay.

6. The Old Fire Station

Conway Road, Harringay, Greater London
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Harringay OnlineHarringay Online: Harringay Fire Station became the first in England to adopt petrol motor traction in 1903

Coliseum Cinema (Site of) is one of Historic Sites in Harringay.

7. Coliseum Cinema (Site of)

Green Lanes (St Ann's Road), Harringay, Greater London
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Harringay OnlineHarringay Online: Here's how the Coliseum Cinema looked in the 1920s

Premier Electric Cinema (Former) is one of Historic Sites in Harringay.

8. Premier Electric Cinema (Former)

Frobisher Road, Harringay, Greater London
Historic Site · Harringay · 2 tips and reviews

Harringay OnlineHarringay Online: Here's how this building looked as the Premier Electric Cinema back in 1938 - just before the current art deco facade was added

Grand Picture Palace (Site of) is one of Historic Sites in Harringay.

9. Grand Picture Palace (Site of)

Wightman Road, Harringay, Greater London
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Harringay OnlineHarringay Online: In 1912 the Grand Picture Palace cinema was built in the corner of Wightman Road and Turnpike Lane. It was demolished in the 1970's as part of a road widening scheme.

Harringay House (Site of) is one of Historic Sites in Harringay.

10. Harringay House (Site of)

Hewitt Road, Harringay, Greater London
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Harringay OnlineHarringay Online: Built by Quaker merchant Edward Gray in 1792, the house was demolished in the mid 1880s. Gray built up one of the best private art collections in the country with works by most of the Old Masters. Read more.

St Paul's Church (Harringay) is one of Historic Sites in Harringay.

11. St Paul's Church (Harringay)

Wightman Road, Harringay, Greater London
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Harringay OnlineHarringay Online: Here's a picture of the old church that stood here from 1891 till 1984 when it burned down.

Barrett & Robinson Piano Factory (Site of) is one of Historic Sites in Harringay.

12. Barrett & Robinson Piano Factory (Site of)

Omega Works, Hermitage Road, Harringay, Greater London
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Harringay OnlineHarringay Online: In 1935 Challen, one of Harringay's piano manufacturers, built the largest piano in the world. At 11 ft 8 ins long and over one and quarter tons, the piano held its record till early this century. Read more.

Harringay Arena (Site of) is one of Historic Sites in Harringay.

13. Harringay Arena (Site of)

Green Lanes, Harringay, Greater London
Historic Site · Haringey · 3 tips and reviews

Harringay OnlineHarringay Online: Did you know that in their heyday Harringay Arena and Stadium were world famous? In 1948 the Olympics Basketball competition was held in the Arena.

Hornsey Turnpike (Site of) is one of Historic Sites in Harringay.

14. Hornsey Turnpike (Site of)

Green Lanes, Greater London, Greater London
Historic Site · Turnpike Lane · 1 tip

Harringay OnlineHarringay Online: In a famed incident Dick Turpin leapt the Hornsey Turnpike on his horse whilst being pursued by a posse led by the chief constable of Westminster. Turpin escaped, making it all the way to York.