Station Road, N11

Road, existing between 1851 and now

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Station Road dates from the time that the railway came to New Southgate.


Gas came to New Southgate in 1858. That year the Southgate and Colney Hatch Gas Light and Coke Limited set up a gasworks in Station Road.

Houses were provided for the gas company’s workers in Lee Street and Albert Street. These were demolished when the course of Station Road was altered in the 1970s. They were very basic terraced workmen’s cottages with outside toilets. They were built in the shadow of three huge gasholders.


Main source: Home | Friern Barnet & District Local History Society
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