Harringay Festival on Green Lanes (2009)

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Harringay Festival on Green Lanes (2009)

Whilst it is undeniably an ancient thoroughfare, the age and origin of Green Lanes is somewhat uncertain. It possibly originated as a drovers' road along which cattle were walked from Hertfordshire to London. But its origins may date back as far as the Roman period.

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