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Haringey in Boroughs can be found in London, England, United Kingdom in Europe

Choose from 37 pictures in our Haringey collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

Featured Haringey Print

Stamford Hill CVS01_01_054

Stonebridge Road, Stamford Hill and Seven Sisters Curve (part of the Tottenham and Hampstead Junction Railway), Haringey, Greater London. This image, taken from a balloon at 2000ft in May 1882, is the earliest extant aerial photograph taken in the British Isles and the world's first truly successful vertical aerial photograph. From the Cecil Victor Shadbolt collection of lantern slides dating from 1882-1892

© Historic England Archive

Featured Haringey Print

Greyhound Stadiums in London

Page from the Bystander's Greyhound Racing Number showing views of various greyhound tracks and stadiums mushrooming around the country during the 1920s and 30s. At top is Harringey, left top is Clapton, while an aerial view of White City (top) and Wembley (bottom) are on the right. On the left at the bottom is the dining room at Wimbledon Stadium and the paddock where the greyhounds are walked prior to racing

© Mary Evans Picture Library 2015 -

Featured Haringey Print

The Alexandra Palace, Muswell Hill, London, 1875. Artist: Unknown

The Alexandra Palace, Muswell Hill, London, 1875. Alexandra Palace first opened in 1873 as 'The People's Palace' to provide the Victorians with a great entertainment and recreation centre. Effectively it was the equivalent for North Londoners of the Crystal Palace south of the Thames. Situated in 196 acres of parkland with spectacular views over the capital, the palace, joined by a branch line of the Great Northern Railway to Highgate, attracted thousands of people who came by train, carriage or on foot. Known affectionately as the 'Ally Pally', it became the headquarters of the BBC's television transmission service in 1936. Today the Alexandra Palace operates as a conference centre. A print from The Illustrated London News, 10th April 1875

© The Print Collector / Heritage-Images