The Best Of Camden Town In Photos

Laura Reynolds
By Laura Reynolds Last edited 34 months ago
The Best Of Camden Town In Photos
Camden Lock towpath. Photo: Louis Berk

Camden Town is mainly known for its lock, canal, market and alternative music venues. It's a popular spot for tourists, and plenty of Londoners have a special place in their heart for it (although others may disagree).

Most recently it was featured in The Lady In The Van, the film based on the true story of a homeless woman who lived in a van on Alan Bennett's drive in Gloucester Crescent.

Here's some photos of one of London's most famous areas.

Tributes to local singer Amy Winehouse following her death in 2011. Photo: Jason Pittock
Food traders in the Stables Market. Photo: Lee
Camden Town Station on the Northern Line. Due to overcrowding, Camden Town Station is exit only every Sunday 1pm-5pm. Photo: Daniel Coyle
The Elephants Head pub. Photo: Maite
In the market. Photo: Viviane Mazin
Camden Lock bridge in the snow. Photo: Louis Berk
Walden Books on Harmood Street between Camden Lock and Chalk Farm. Photo: scarcely
Light shop in Camden Town. Photo: Lee
Camden High Street. Photo: Jocelyn Mifsud
Camden High Street in black and white. Photo: Thomas Thorstensson
Colourful houses on Hartland Road. Photo: Chris Goldberg
The World's End pub. Photo: DncnH
Regent's Canal, east of Camden Lock heading towards Regent's Park. It's possible to catch a waterbus between Camden Lock and Little Venice, stopping at London Zoo. Photo: Tomas Burian

Last Updated 01 March 2016