The Best Of Enfield In Photos

Laura Reynolds
By Laura Reynolds Last edited 11 months ago
The Best Of Enfield In Photos
New River near Gentleman's Row. Photo: Simon Goldsworthy

Tucked just inside the northern border of the M25, the borough of Enfield was once part of Middlesex, when Enfield Town was a small market town. Today the borough also encompasses Edmonton, Bush Hill Park, Winchmore Hill, Palmers Green, as well as reservoirs, several golf courses, part of Lee Valley Park and more. Take a look.

A close-up of Enfield Lock. The lock is situated in the Lee Valley Park, to the east of the borough, and the whole area where the River Lea and River Lee Navigation converge is known as Enfield Island. Photo: Tyla
The King's Head on Market Place boarded up. The pub is now open for business again. Photo: Kev T (2008)
Sunset over Enfield. Photo: Simon Goldsworthy (2014)
St Stephen's Church, on the corner of London Road and Village Road near Bush Hill Park. Photo: Ana C.Malo (2015)
River Lea footbridge at Enfield Lock. Photo: Mike T (2013)
No galloping in Enfield. Photo: Matt Brown (2009)
Buffers on the railway line at Gordon Hill station to the north of Enfield. It's a Zone 5 station. Photo: Simon Goldsworthy (2013)
Platforms at Enfield Town Station, a Zone 5, end of the line station. Photo: Tetramesh (2015)
Roundels on the staircase at Whitewebbs Museum of Transport near Crews Hill. Photo: Matt (2015)
Griffin on the roof of Enfield Civic Centre in Enfield Town. Photo: Pippigar (2009)
Cedar tree seen from Forty Hall. The 18th century Cedar of Lebanon is one of the oldest of its type in the country. Photo: Anna J (2009)
Forty Hall from the outside. Photo: Tyla (2009)
Tiled map of Enfield at Forty Hall. Photo: Matt Brown (2015)

Last Updated 29 August 2017