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Friern Barnet Photo Archive

Station Road, N11
The Friern Barnet Photo Archive
Station Road, N11

This used to be a busy junction, where buses turned to and from the High Road. Now the newsagents have closed, and it's only a matter of time before this whole scene is swept away and changed forever
Picture added on 05 November 2009 at 11:00
Comments:
I remember standing outside this paper shop waiting for my father who worked at the bottle factory
Added by Patricia Powell on 09 November 2009
I lived opposite the shop in the photo until 1959 at 78 High Road. The shop at that time was called Sages.
Added by Geoffrey Byford on 26 February 2010
My aunt Frances & Uncle Derek Spurrier lived in this road, not sure what number, opposite the off licence. My mum Margaret Spurrier also worked at the Standard Bottle Works in 1960-1961
Added by Deborah Head on 06 February 2011
Do you think your mum Margaret remember's my late father Chris Woodness he also worked at the factory? He died this June 3rd 2016 of exposure to asbestos mesothelioma as a result of working in the bottle factory
Added by Tracey Nish nee Woodness on 06 July 2016
I lived at 44 station rd and my grandmother lived at 26 station rd
Anonymous comment added on 31 January 2017
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