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Friern Barnet Photo Archive

The Friern Barnet Photo Archive

The tram tracks being constructed near The Torrington pub in High Road, North Finchley in 1904. Note the wooden blocks being inserted between the rails. The tram company, Metropolitan Electric Tramways (MET) was responsible for the maintenance of the road 18 inches either side of the tracks. The line from Whetstone to Archway Bridge opened on Wednesday 7 June 1905, was extended to Archway Tavern on Friday 22 December 1905 and northwards to the County Boundary on Sunday 4 August 1906 and then to Barnet church on Thursday 28 March 1907
Picture added on 29 March 2020 at 12:11
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