Man with a van in Oakwood N14 5 Essentials Tips for Choosing a Reliable Moving Company Oakwood N14, Bloomsbury WC1, Clerkenwell EC1

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N14 man with a van services in Oakwood

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Places of interest in N14


Southgate tube station

Northbound platform (south)

Oakwood tube station

Train at Oakwood station

Arnos Grove tube station

New Southgate railway station is a five minute walk from Arnos Grove or a two minute bus journey on the 232 and 382 bus routes.[9]

Manor House tube station

Platform roundel

Harringay Stadium

The popularity of greyhound racing started to decline in the 1960s. Both this and some poor investment decisions by the GRA left the company almost 20 million in debt by 1975. In spite of this, the company was talking about major investment in Harringay as late as 1970.[13] However, it had also been in talks with "a leading supermarket chain" about the sale of the land as early as 1967.[14] In any event the stadium received little investment and as a result became quickly dilapidated.

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