Take A Virtual Stroll Through Angel And Islington With These Photos

Laura Reynolds
By Laura Reynolds Last edited 89 months ago
Take A Virtual Stroll Through Angel And Islington With These Photos
Angel station on a rainy night. Photo: Che-bursahka

Angel, Islington, was originally the name of a hotel and group of buildings on the corner of Pentonville Road. The name was then given to the nearby tube station, and has since been used colloquially to refer to the whole area. Upper Street is the main high street, known these days for its boutique shops and mixture of high-end and chain bars and restaurants, as well as a few other landmarks, as you'll see below.

Union Chapel, a church which is used as a gig and event venue. Photo: Matt Brown
The Screen on the Green is an Everyman Cinema on Upper Street. Photo: John Andreas Olsson
Angel sculpture outside the Angel Central shopping centre. Photo: Geoff Holland
Bob, of A Streetcat Name Bob fame, outside Angel station. Photo: Maja Kucova
Little Angel Theatre, a puppet theatre on Dagmar Passage. Photo: Matt Brown
Food at the French food market. Photo: baob555555
Photo: Treble2309
St Mary Islington. A church has stood on the site since the 12th century. Photo: Matt Brown
A narrowboat on Regent's Canal at Islington. Photo: Stuart Spicer
Camden Passage. Photo: Tezzer57
Photo: Treble2309

Last Updated 02 September 2016