The Best Of Morden In Photos

Laura Reynolds
By Laura Reynolds Last edited 79 months ago
The Best Of Morden In Photos
Art Deco entrance to Morden station. Photo: LFaure Photos

Ever been all the way to the south end of the Northern line? Morden's the last stop and is home to the National Trust-run Morden Hall Park and the largest mosque in western Europe. Its parks and green spaces offer a small dose of the rural idyll which we believe lies outside the M25, but we've never checked.

Looking over the railway sidings in Morden in 2009. Well, it is the end of the line. Photo: James Bonnick
A working steam model traction engine at Morden Hall Country Show in 2012. Photo: Andrew Smith
Queue for the bus outside Morden station. It's an orderly place, is Morden. Photo: ken_tsuda
Morden Hall Park. Photo: Andrew Smith
Morden Cottage at Morden Hall Park. Photo: shadow_in_the_water
An abandoned factory at the Denvale Trade Park in Mitcham in 2009. Photo: Doilum
The River Wandle running through Morden. Photo: Matt Brown
Sunrise over Morden Hall Park. Photo: Otto Berkeley
Looking down over the centre of Morden. Photo: Doilum

Last Updated 06 June 2016