I rescued a very stubby article on Wikipedia about St Anne Brondesbury
from speedy deletion; decided to add a picture to it; looked on Geograph and was surprised not to find one. The Queen's Park
article was also lacking any pictures. So I popped over there and spent a couple of hours taking these photos.
St Anne Brondesbury
Imam Khoei Islamic Centre
Queen's Park Estate
Expect to pay about £400,000 for one of these "charming two bedroom Victorian cottages"
OK, it's not Queen's Park but the Grand Union Canal connects them
Starting point - 2007 October
In 2011 from footbridge
Carefully cropped to match the 2007 picture above
Incredibly, this is a very close match in area covered to the thumbnail above
Wider angle from the same viewpoint
2011 other views in the basin
Interior of 5 Merchant Square, not yet occupied. TQ 2687 8157
Edgware Road, junction with Praed Street
Another Queen's Park
The National Trust website and maps mark the area more prominently as Margery Wood
. But this page
on Geograph calls it Queen's Park and if you zoom in to a 1:5,000 map
you will see that name apparently on part of the steep scarp slope of the Downs.
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