Historical Hampstead: landmarks to spot on a lockdown walk

Hampstead High St, NW3

Hampstead High St, NW3

What are your favourite landmarks on a lockdown stroll through Hampstead Village? Email your pictures to editorial@hamhigh.co.uk

The London and North Eastern Railway "ghost sign" in South End Green

The London and North Eastern Railway "ghost sign" in South End Green, with the Royal Free Hospital in the background - Credit: Polly Hancock

The former Dudmans Hampstead Borough Stores, above The Hampstead Butcher

The former Dudmans Hampstead Borough Stores, above The Hampstead Butcher - Credit: Polly Hancock

Hampstead's distinctive tile street signs, pointing the way

Hampstead's distinctive tile street signs, pointing the way - Credit: Polly Hancock

The former parish lockup in Cannon Lane

The former parish lockup in Cannon Lane - Credit: Polly Hancock

The Heath and Hampstead Society's plaque on the former parish lockup in Cannon Lane

The Heath and Hampstead Society's plaque on the former parish lockup in Cannon Lane - Credit: Polly Hancock

The ghost sign in Heath Street, above Goldschmidt & Howland

The ghost sign in Heath Street, above Goldschmidt & Howland: "Established 1746, Chas B King, Estate Agent, Decorations, Gas, Hot water and Sanitary Engineer." - Credit: Polly Hancock

Currently home to the Nationwide Building Society, this red brick building was built in 1873 as Hampstead's fire station

Currently home to the Nationwide Building Society, this red brick building was built in 1873 as Hampstead's fire station - Credit: Polly Hancock

The Heath and Hampstead Society's plaque on the side of the former fire station

The Heath and Hampstead Society's plaque on the side of the former fire station - Credit: Polly Hancock

The striking former Horse & Groom pub at 68 Heath Street

The striking former Horse & Groom pub at 68 Heath Street - Credit: Polly Hancock


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