Celebrating 60 years of the Miniature Railway in Cassiobury Park
The history and research of West Watford and its environs, Hertfordshire, with photos.
- Around West Watford
- Brightwells Farm
- Cardiff Road - Gallery One
- Cassiobury Miniature Railway
- Colne Valley Light Railway
- Colney Butts
- Heritage Event 2017
- Isolation Hospital
- Museum Exhibition
- NHS@70 Exhibition
- New Memorial Cross at St. Michael's
- Old Postcard Views & Photographs
- Places of Worship
- Poppies, Poetry & Peace
- Street Plaques
- Sun Clock Tower
- Watford - Croxley Branch Line
- Watford Community Fair 2015
- Watford General Hospital
- West Watford Pubs
- Workhouse Bricks
- WW1 Exhibition - Heritage Weekend
- WWCA 40th Anniversary
Cassiobury Miniature Railway
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Rembrandt House in Whippendell Road is a locally listed Edwardian building from the early 1900s, once the Watford Speedometer and Magneto W...
The following presentation was displayed in September 1914 at the Church of St Michael and All Angels in West Watford as part of the 2014 ...
Isolation Hospital Through the 18 th and up to the late 19 th century, if you were unfortunate enough to contract an infectious dise...
Brightwells Farm A History Brightwells Farm lies at the southern end of Vicarage Road, just over a mile from Watford and about a qu...
Watford Glass Company The Watford Glass Co Ltd appears to have been in manufacturing from the late 1920's to the early 1990's....
Watford Workhouse Bricks The building fronting Vicarage Road next to the football ground, formerly known as Shrodells, was initially...
S.W. Hertfordshire from a map of 1610 West Watford - A Brief History Much has been researched and written about the town of Wa...
W H HUMPHREYS & SON REMOVALS Our Founder, the Great Grandfather of the current Managing Director, William Henry Humphreys, commenc...
A history of Victoria Schools in West Watford As the demand for land and houses in Watford grew, parcels of land came up for sale. Beginn...
The Sun Clock Tower, as it is known, is a former industrial pump house and clock tower located to the south of the junction of Ascot Road ...
How wonderful to see that the railway is still going after all these years. We moved to Watford in 1957 and lived in De Vere Walk - we often walked down to play in the park, and a trip on the railway in the summer was a special treat. I'll look out for the book on Amazon.ReplyDelete
Due to reopen soon after Covid restrictions are lifted. Such an asset to the Park.Delete