The butchers shop, now Mill Top, at the top of Hammers Lane survived for nearly 200 years until 1997, the last shop in Mill Hill Village.
This rather modest bridge over the folly bridge also forms part of the Hertfordshire and Middlesex County Boundary
The traveller Celia Fiennes, on whom the nursery rhyme "Ride a cock horse to Banbury Cross" is based, lived here from 1713 to 1737, however it is also famous as the location for a Dakota air crash in 1950
View is just before the junction with pages lane, in the distance on left are the distinct gables of Copthall
Here seen looking towards pages lane with the girl siting on style which would located where Bloomsbury Close enters today
The strip of clapperboard cottages called Angel Cottages, on left, have been replaced by modern houses