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Holloway Road

Holloway Road Station first opened in December 1906 and was the site of a real innovation in the escalator world.A spiral escalator was built here as a experiment when the station was under construction.   575 more words

Underground Stations

Discover Moroccan Cuisine Heaven - La Scelta | Restaurant Review

Walking down Holloway Road you’d be forgiven for passing by La Scelta without a second glance. This Moroccan and European cuisine restaurant is completely unassuming. The shop front blends in with all of the other cafés along the road and the restaurant often appears empty as customers choose to enjoy their food on the garden terrace in nice weather. 174 more words

Restaurants & Bars

The Intrepid Fox, Archway

Have you been to the Intrepid Fox yet because it always looks busy?

“Well, the Holocaust was busy, but that wasn’t good.”

Comments like these put me off a place quicker than picturing Margret Thatcher with a boner. 369 more words


Sunshine and tea

This weekend I had a lovely time doing a maternity shoot with Tarun and Anna. That baby has got some excellent genes to inherit from the two of them, he’s going to be a gorgeous little boy! 121 more words

Caledonian Road

Caledonian Road continues my journey of opening day stations on the Great Northern, Piccadilly and Brompton Railway. Architecturally it is a well preserved example of a typical station of the time, with both the Leslie Green station building at street level and the tile patterns at the platform level still intact. 449 more words

Underground Stations

Going North

North London is not an area I’ve ever really experienced. I once had some Anglo-Saxon lessons with a Spanish lady in Archway, but that’s really the extent of my exploration. 381 more words

Nick Hilton

Just a little bit more avocado?

I have been too busy munching my way through London to remember to blog about any of it. However, I feel like I should make a note the excitement of Ali’s visit. 464 more words