The New River, Enfield
19 March 2003
A walk from Church Street south along the New River...
River House dates from the 18th century, and is now occupied by solicitors
Trinity Church (Methodist and United Reformed)
As the river winds along next to the Town Park, it begins to widen out
No fishing, says the sign. Once optimistic, since the river was cleaned up
there may be fish here again.
Looking back north up the river, with the island to the right
As the river comes back into a single course after the island, it continues
under this bridge, being the dividing line between the Town Park and Bush Hill
Park Golf Course.
The river bank from the Town Park
The slow process of converting this ugly office block into flats continues.
As we travel back north, a couple of geese on the east side of the island
Daffodils in the park, looking up to the bank of the river
Back at Gentleman's Row, the blossom is still looking pretty