Hornsey in the mist

Have you ever walked down Hornsey Park Road and imagined the road without the Shopping Centre and Sky City? Perhaps you wondered what it would look like if the water works disappeared and the multi-storey car park had never been built?

These pictures taken on a recent foggy morning may help your imagination.

Click to enlarge. All photos by belfegore on Flickr, you can see more of his photos here

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