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The fourth page of Jan Spierings' collection—more buildings
and scenery that you thought you had forgotten forever.



(source and commentary : Jan Spierings)

" Totteridge: A view of the gardens (etc). St Edward's from Oak Lodge."

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(source and commentary : Jan Spierings)

" Totteridge: St Edward's from Oak Lodge, including the little home of Mr & Mrs Belcher (with the double chimney). "


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(source and commentary : Jan Spierings)

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Totteridge: St Edward's from Oak Lodge, 1960. "

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(source and commentary : Jan Spierings)

" Totteridge: Sports/ Playing fields, with a view of (New?) Barnet.
Note the workshop on the left - the 'heating house' "

Maurice Billingsley writes (April 2007) : "Fr Joe Brankin had his printing shop in the workshop in my day,
and the little house was occupied by John and Mabel Feeney. (John had been at The Priory in the thirties).

One day, rumour had it that Mrs Feeney was hanging from the apple tree—but it was her drip-dry crimplene two-piece suit . . . "

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(source and commentary : Jan Spierings)

" Totteridge : Sacraments' Day procession. The workshop/ heating house can be seen on the right. "


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(source and commentary : Jan Spierings)

" Totteridge : the Chapel, 1958-59. "