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John Heathfield

ISBN: 9780948667756

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The growth of both areas was first stimulated by the Great North Road. With many passing coaches it brought prosperity to the inns and greater rewards to the highwaymen. Even before the railway a great many villas were built in this mainy agricultural district. This perceptive history takes the reader through its history, including Friern Barnet and Totteridge.

'... New book by local author is bringing the history of Finchley and Whetstone alive.' Barnet Press

245 x 185mm (hardback with 187 illustrations) 144 pages

Published 2001

Online price £12.76

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