1. Let's start in Burnt Oak. I love this
Decided to go on a tour of Britain via google street view. Not sure how far I will get. But I figured I should start off from my native home Burnt Oak. Drawing in a stillman & brin delta book. Not sure where the virtual road will go. Gonna follow the map. pic.twitter.com/AUFaI7ujPQ— Pete Scully (@petescully) April 7, 2020
2. And for a slight less current view of the HA8 neighbourhood
3. And another from HA8, a much loved pub, which despite listing has been closed for yearsSt Margaret of Antioch, Edgware, 1790 - 1807 by unknown artists.— Mill Hill Hist Soc (@MHHistSoc) April 9, 2020
First mentioned in the 13th Century as used by the Knights Hospitaller, the most ancient part of the church still standing is the 14th century tower. Much altered since.
From @LdnMetArchives via @watercolour_tww pic.twitter.com/d2afXTKnL4
4. From that wildlife sanctuary AKA Cricklewood, this is rather sweetThe White Hart Hotel in Edgware High Street, circa 1930s.— NW London TimeMachine (@time_nw) April 3, 2020
From Edgware in Camera by Quotes Limited 1991.
5. Your chance to save a life, how could we not share this?I live in Cricklewood London, I have foxes 🦊 squirrels 🐿 and all kind of birds 🐦 in my garden, no woodpecker as far as I know. (Vid of fox visiting me) pic.twitter.com/XoWJ33dRhw— Isaac Brown (@IsaacBr120120) April 9, 2020
6. And if you can spare a few tins or other non perishablesThis is outside Public Health England building in Colindale pic.twitter.com/TdgvOR6Dwn— Linn (@linnb_) April 11, 2020
7. The entertainment available at Brent Cross has certainly changed over the yearsUrgent call for donations of food to Colindale Foodbank @trinitychurchuk visit https://t.co/EOWd8dOeyQ @ColindaleFB #barnet Thank you to @jesushouseuk and Trinity Church for running this Foodbank. @BarnetCouncil pic.twitter.com/I17gXUXGsS— Barnet Multi-Faith (@BMFForum) April 8, 2020
8. It is amazing what visits our gardens, that most of us never even noticeSaturday afternoon at Hendon pic.twitter.com/VDBPFA4ade— Sport & Betting History (@CDCHistory) April 8, 2020
9. Dollis Viaduct is always worth a look!Day 28:— Samuel Levy (@FinchleyBirder) April 11, 2020
Today I spent some time in the garden trying to get some decent photo's of the birds visiting the feeders in my garden. So here are some photo's of the local Goldfinches enjoying some Sunflower hearts. #EasterSaturday #SolaceInNature #londonbirds pic.twitter.com/smYXaIU2Dz
10. We've all got to look out for each other at the mo....A beauty! The #DollisBrook Viaduct, 1863. It is the highest point on the #London Underground above ground level, at nearly 60 ft. It carries the Northern Line from Mill Hill East station to Finchley Central station pic.twitter.com/H8NRktBhnp— Speculative Cities (@spec_cities) April 8, 2020
Musicians supporting musicians through the covid19 crisishttps://t.co/nyQN7dKJ2l— #MillHillMusicComplex (@MillHillMusicCo) April 10, 2020
Advice and support for musicians during the crisis. We need to support each other as a musicians community through the crisis
That's all folks.