Do you need your house cleared or rubbish removed? You have come to the right place. Did you know Archway, name after the bridge between Crouch End and Highgate, is a relatively concentrated area of North London. A relatively short high street is home to the usual shops, restaurants and coffee shops. The area is a large bus route terminus, with great transport links into the heart of the city. Between Archway and Tufnall Park there are an incredible 9 parks, providing the luxurious amount of varied green space that this part of North London is known for. The area is also largely residential, consisting of mainly Victorian and Edwardian terrace houses
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Archway - The name derives from the arch built between Highgate and Hornsey in 1896. A tunnel was originally planned for the Highgate bypass (to join the Great North Road by avoiding the steep Highgate Hill road and narrow roads of Highgate village) but this failed due to repeated collapses. Instead, a large cutting was recommended by John Rennie and a high, multi-arched road bridge constructed across this. The first bridge, constructed in the early nineteenth century, was designed by John Nash. The original 1813 bridge was demolished in 1901; the current bridge, known locally as 'Suicide bridge', dates from 1897. The road over the bridge is Hornsey Lane and it connects the villages of Highgate and Crouch End.
Tufnell Park Road runs along the line of an old Roman road which stretches from the Roman camp beneath Barclays Bank and Batten's Carpets on the Holloway Road up Dartmouth Hill and over Hampstead Heath. For centuries the area was renowned for its dairy farms which kept London to the south supplied with milk.