London’s Inner Circle – a series of walks that I began in 2014 but have yet to finish (see previous post) continues here. This section I walked in July 2014 was from Wood Green to Arnos Grove in North London.
Featuring the 1970s architecture of the Shopping City (or The Mall Wood Green to use it’s current name), the modernist ivy-covered Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts, Brutalist St Paul’s Church and 1930’s modernism of Charles Holden’s Arnos Grove and Holden-inspired Bounds Green tube stations.
You can view the other walk in this series below:
DAY 1: WOOLWICH FERRY TO GALLIONS REACH
DAY 2: GALLIONS REACH TO EAST HAM
DAY 3: BECKTON TRIANGLE TO ILFORD
DAY 4: ILFORD TO SOUTH WOODFORD
DAY 5: SOUTH WOODFORD TO WOOD STREET
DAY 6: WOOD STREET TO EDMONTON GREEN
DAY 7: EDMONTON GREEN TO WOOD GREEN