Tags » Highgate

Exhibition 8th-26th February 2017

After a year of taking photographs, we are looking forward to exhibiting our work at the place that it all began, and that it’s all about – Lauderdale House. 62 more words

Florence Griffin at school

Back to FLORENCE GRIFFIN again.   She looks about 12 in this school picture, which would put it about 1932/3.  Florence is in the centre at the back, in front of the drainpipe. 572 more words

An introduction to the Magnificent Seven, London

Here on Graveyard Junkies you might see us reference ‘The Magnificent Seven’ a lot. As both of us are from the UK and have at some point in our lives lived in London, it is not a foreign term to us but it may be for others. 1,841 more words


Burial records for London's Highgate Cemetery now online

Highgate Cemetery in north London is reckoned by many to be the most celebrated and prestigious urban cemetery in the UK. A truly stunning example of 19th century cemetery architecture – London Cemeteries (Hugh Meller & Brian Parsons) describes it as a “Victorian Valhalla” – it holds 160,000 burials from 1839 to 2010* with records immediately available exclusively on… 17 more words


Reasons to visit Rockefeller

Rockefeller is the newest edition to the Beaufort Street strip. The building has had many carnations over the years and Rockefeller has turned it into a bright and spacious New York inspired deli. 343 more words


Rockefeller @Highgate

448 Beaufort Street, Highgate, Perth, WA

ROCKEFELLER, a newly opened eatery is now situated on the Busy Beaufort Street, and dishing out a lot of classic New York-Style eats. 252 more words

Dog Friendly Restaurant: Pavilion Cafe, Highgate 

Highgate Woods is Marleys favourite place to frolic around in. It’s like a smaller version of Hampstead Heath with so many more dogs to play with. 176 more words