Ilford, Cleveland Road. (Courtesy Dave Fane)
Ilford, Cleveland Road. (Courtesy Dave Fane)
Kenley
Kenley
1967 Mrs E.P. Cook (Kenley), Miss M. Linford (Chief Office), Mrs M.E. Bennett (Tavistock Services) and Miss M. Purkiss (Chief Office) attend Long Service Dinner at the Berners Hotel. Hilary Mccluskey comments "My goodness, there’s a blast from the past! Mrs Cook was the lovely Chief Clerk at Kenley Depot. One of her clerks had hearing problems, and Mrs Cook was extremely patient and always made her part of the office team. Miss Lindford was the Area Supervisor when we sold our business (Bowyers Dairy) to Express. She arrived on Day one of the takeover and her main concern was to get our Office Staff to wear Express Dairy overalls! I can confirm that that I NEVER did! Miss Purkiss succeeded Miss Lindford as Area Supervisor and was a breath of fresh air. I am certain that we were not easy to deal with having come from a Family Business. Chris Austen adds "You will also remember that Miss Purkiss was my Area Clerical Supervisor!" (Express News Summer)
1967 Mrs E.P. Cook (Kenley), Miss M. Linford (Chief Office), Mrs M.E. Bennett (Tavistock Services) and Miss M. Purkiss (Chief Office) attend Long Service Dinner at the Berners Hotel. Hilary Mccluskey comments "My goodness, there’s a blast from the past! Mrs Cook was the lovely Chief Clerk at Kenley Depot. One of her clerks had hearing problems, and Mrs Cook was extremely patient and always made her part of the office team. Miss Lindford was the Area Supervisor when we sold our business (Bowyers Dairy) to Express. She arrived on Day one of the takeover and her main concern was to get our Office Staff to wear Express Dairy overalls! I can confirm that that I NEVER did! Miss Purkiss succeeded Miss Lindford as Area Supervisor and was a breath of fresh air. I am certain that we were not easy to deal with having come from a Family Business. Chris Austen adds "You will also remember that Miss Purkiss was my Area Clerical Supervisor!" (Express News Summer)
1969 Kenley Primary School visit. (Express News Summer)
1969 Kenley Primary School visit. (Express News Summer)
1969 Kenley roundsman Bill Skilton with his wife, retiring after 53 years. (Express News Spring)
1969 Kenley roundsman Bill Skilton with his wife, retiring after 53 years. (Express News Spring)
1969 Profile of nine top milkmen in London - Alf Alford (Orpington), Terry Robertson (Kenley)
1969 Profile of nine top milkmen in London - Alf Alford (Orpington), Terry Robertson (Kenley)
1972 Kenley Retail Depot wins the Best Kept Dairy competition
1972 Kenley Retail Depot wins the Best Kept Dairy competition
1972 Kenley Depot winning the 'Best Kept Depot' award. From L-R: ?, Ray Packeman, Jim Hodges, Mrs Cook, Johnny Burton, Mrs Lloyd, Stan Borrett, Mrs Jardine, Ron Bennett, Jimmy Woods. (Courtesy Dave Fane)
1972 Kenley Depot winning the 'Best Kept Depot' award. From L-R: ?, Ray Packeman, Jim Hodges, Mrs Cook, Johnny Burton, Mrs Lloyd, Stan Borrett, Mrs Jardine, Ron Bennett, Jimmy Woods. (Courtesy Dave Fane)
1980's? Stephanie Wright's story as rounds Inspector at Kenley Depot. (Courtesy Paul Smith)
1980's? Stephanie Wright's story as rounds Inspector at Kenley Depot. (Courtesy Paul Smith)
1989 Pensioners reunion lunches - Larry and Dorothy Austin from Kenley celebrate. Gordon Martin comments "I worked with Terry when I was at Kenley. A very reliable roundsman".  (March Express News)
1989 Pensioners reunion lunches - Larry and Dorothy Austin from Kenley celebrate. Gordon Martin comments "I worked with Terry when I was at Kenley. A very reliable roundsman". (March Express News)
1990's? Kenley float Reg:Q967 GRW, Fleet No M294 in for repair. (Courtesy Michael Aldread)
1990's? Kenley float Reg:Q967 GRW, Fleet No M294 in for repair. (Courtesy Michael Aldread)
1990  (1990 April Tops Magazine)
1990 (1990 April Tops Magazine)
Kenley Depot Paul Batchelor comments "Ford fiesta van for service engineer and Ford transit van in background for mobile body repairs." (Courtesy Dave Fane)
Kenley Depot Paul Batchelor comments "Ford fiesta van for service engineer and Ford transit van in background for mobile body repairs." (Courtesy Dave Fane)
Kenley (Courtesy Michael Aldread)
Kenley (Courtesy Michael Aldread)
Kenley (Courtesy Michael Aldread)
Kenley (Courtesy Michael Aldread)
Kenley (Courtesy Michael Aldread)
Kenley (Courtesy Michael Aldread)
Kenley (Courtesy Richard Gaylard)
Kenley (Courtesy Richard Gaylard)
1930's Early electric vehicle from Electricars Ltd. TH Lewis truck with Kenton Lane Depot livery. (Courtesy Paul Luke)
1930's Early electric vehicle from Electricars Ltd. TH Lewis truck with Kenton Lane Depot livery. (Courtesy Paul Luke)
1930's? G.Y. Electric, early electric vehicle
1930's? G.Y. Electric, early electric vehicle
1956 Kensal Rise branch trip to Brighton. (Express News September)
1956 Kensal Rise branch trip to Brighton. (Express News September)
1972 Profile of Joe Humphies, who had a round at Vicarage Farm from 1935. (Express News Spring)
1972 Profile of Joe Humphies, who had a round at Vicarage Farm from 1935. (Express News Spring)
1973 Poem written by Don Lucas of Vicarage Farm, Kentish Town. Lynne Mcdowall comments "Renee Buddington was the Chief Clerk and Michael Anthony was manager, we went there for training on decimalisation." (Express News Christmas)
1973 Poem written by Don Lucas of Vicarage Farm, Kentish Town. Lynne Mcdowall comments "Renee Buddington was the Chief Clerk and Michael Anthony was manager, we went there for training on decimalisation." (Express News Christmas)
1920's? Brook House, Kenton Lane-Very early electric float E7, AUC 428. Depot probably near Brazier's Farm. (Courtesy Michael Aldread)
1920's? Brook House, Kenton Lane-Very early electric float E7, AUC 428. Depot probably near Brazier's Farm. (Courtesy Michael Aldread)
Horse-drawn milk cart in Kenton, 1954. [Photograph courtesy of Angela Rumsey] (Courtesy Philip Grant, Wembley History Society)
Horse-drawn milk cart in Kenton, 1954. [Photograph courtesy of Angela Rumsey] (Courtesy Philip Grant, Wembley History Society)
1958 Express Dairy Products Ltd, forerunner of Eden Vale, started at Bollo Lane and then moved to Kenton. (Express News September)
1958 Express Dairy Products Ltd, forerunner of Eden Vale, started at Bollo Lane and then moved to Kenton. (Express News September)
1958 Express Dairy Products Ltd, forerunner of Eden Vale, started at Bollo Lane and then moved to Kenton. (Express News September)
1958 Express Dairy Products Ltd, forerunner of Eden Vale, started at Bollo Lane and then moved to Kenton. (Express News September)
1958 Express Dairy Products Ltd, forerunner of Eden Vale, started at Bollo Lane and then moved to Kenton. (Express News September)
1958 Express Dairy Products Ltd, forerunner of Eden Vale, started at Bollo Lane and then moved to Kenton. (Express News September)
1958 Express Dairy Products Ltd, forerunner of Eden Vale, started at Bollo Lane and then moved to Kenton. (Express News September)
1958 Express Dairy Products Ltd, forerunner of Eden Vale, started at Bollo Lane and then moved to Kenton. (Express News September)
Kenton (Courtesy Richard Gaylard)
Kenton (Courtesy Richard Gaylard)
1972 Retail Transport Director George Pearson with Stan Day of Kew branch at London  Merit and Service Dinner.(Express News Summer)
1972 Retail Transport Director George Pearson with Stan Day of Kew branch at London Merit and Service Dinner.(Express News Summer)
1967 L.G. Herbert (Kidbrooke) and W.V.Surridge (EVM) collect 20-year awards at Long Service Dinner. (Express News Summer)
1967 L.G. Herbert (Kidbrooke) and W.V.Surridge (EVM) collect 20-year awards at Long Service Dinner. (Express News Summer)
1969 DM Crayk, former manager of Kidbrooke Depot, at a Hilton dinner in 1969
1969 DM Crayk, former manager of Kidbrooke Depot, at a Hilton dinner in 1969
Kingsbury
Kingsbury
Kingsbury Hand Cart (Courtesy Richard Gaylard)
Kingsbury Hand Cart (Courtesy Richard Gaylard)
Horse drawn float from Station Parade, Kingsbury (Courtesy Richard Gaylard)
Horse drawn float from Station Parade, Kingsbury (Courtesy Richard Gaylard)
1965 Profile of Kingsbury milkman Steve Hyde. (Express News Christmas)
1965 Profile of Kingsbury milkman Steve Hyde. (Express News Christmas)
1965 Profile of Kingsbury milkman Steve Hyde. (Express News Christmas)
1965 Profile of Kingsbury milkman Steve Hyde. (Express News Christmas)
1967 Ivan Iverson, Kingsbury salesman chaparones his niece Reina Hernahdez, 'Miss World' candidate. (Express News Spring)
1967 Ivan Iverson, Kingsbury salesman chaparones his niece Reina Hernahdez, 'Miss World' candidate. (Express News Spring)
1983 Kingsbury is best-kept dairy depot
1983 Kingsbury is best-kept dairy depot
Kingsbury (Courtesy Paul Luke)
Kingsbury (Courtesy Paul Luke)
Kingsbury (Courtesy Paul Luke)
Kingsbury (Courtesy Paul Luke)
Kingsbury (Courtesy Paul Luke)
Kingsbury (Courtesy Paul Luke)
Kingsbury (Courtesy Paul Luke)
Kingsbury (Courtesy Paul Luke)
Kingsbury (Courtesy Paul Luke)
Kingsbury (Courtesy Paul Luke)
Kingsbury (Courtesy Paul Luke)
Kingsbury (Courtesy Paul Luke)
Kingsbury (Courtesy Paul Luke)
Kingsbury (Courtesy Paul Luke)
Kingsbury (Courtesy Paul Luke)
Kingsbury (Courtesy Paul Luke)
Kingsbury (Courtesy Paul Luke)
Kingsbury (Courtesy Paul Luke)
Kingsbury (Courtesy Paul Luke)
Kingsbury (Courtesy Paul Luke)
Kingsbury (Courtesy Paul Luke)
Kingsbury (Courtesy Paul Luke)
Kingsbury (Courtesy Paul Luke)
Kingsbury (Courtesy Paul Luke)
Kingsbury (Courtesy Paul Luke)
Kingsbury (Courtesy Paul Luke)
Kingsbury (Courtesy Paul Luke)
Kingsbury (Courtesy Paul Luke)
Kingsbury (Courtesy Paul Luke)
Kingsbury (Courtesy Paul Luke)
Kingsbury (Courtesy Paul Luke)
Kingsbury (Courtesy Paul Luke)
Kingsbury (Courtesy Paul Luke)
Kingsbury (Courtesy Paul Luke)
Kingsbury (Courtesy Paul Luke)
Kingsbury (Courtesy Paul Luke)
Kingsbury Reg: Q73 FLF, Fleet: SE 825 (Courtesy Michael Aldread)
Kingsbury Reg: Q73 FLF, Fleet: SE 825 (Courtesy Michael Aldread)
1973 'Mac' McNair and Larkfield Rota Foreman Roy Allum enjoy a smoke. (Express News Spring)
1973 'Mac' McNair and Larkfield Rota Foreman Roy Allum enjoy a smoke. (Express News Spring)
1975 Larkfield milkman Rod Bere created his own cartoons of humourous milk-round situations. (Express News Spring)
1975 Larkfield milkman Rod Bere created his own cartoons of humourous milk-round situations. (Express News Spring)
1982 Stan Prior from Larkfield Depot presents his customer Mary Lynn Staley with a prize. (Express News February)
1982 Stan Prior from Larkfield Depot presents his customer Mary Lynn Staley with a prize. (Express News February)
Leicester
Leicester
1973 Leicester Eden Vale Depot
1973 Leicester Eden Vale Depot
1973 Leicester Eden Vale Depot
1973 Leicester Eden Vale Depot
1973 Leicester Eden Vale Depot
1973 Leicester Eden Vale Depot
1973 Leicester Eden Vale Depot
1973 Leicester Eden Vale Depot
1973 Leicester Eden Vale Depot
1973 Leicester Eden Vale Depot
2002 Maidenhead  Reg SRH 722W Fleet: SE 1029, and Reg: Q75 FLF Fleet SE822. Keith Viney comments "Three depots were combined-Express High Wycombe and Windsor depots, along with Maidenhead Unigate. We got milk from Arla, then Dairy Crest/ Milk and More." Paul Batchelor comments "I remember being contacted, after being made redundant in August 2001, if I would go back to help get this depot ready for opening. Installing new battery chargers for the electric vehicles and arranging for new Ford transits to have bodies fitted at Osborne Motor Bodies in Saffron Walden Essex. Mission completed" (Courtesy Michael Aldread)
2002 Maidenhead Reg SRH 722W Fleet: SE 1029, and Reg: Q75 FLF Fleet SE822. Keith Viney comments "Three depots were combined-Express High Wycombe and Windsor depots, along with Maidenhead Unigate. We got milk from Arla, then Dairy Crest/ Milk and More." Paul Batchelor comments "I remember being contacted, after being made redundant in August 2001, if I would go back to help get this depot ready for opening. Installing new battery chargers for the electric vehicles and arranging for new Ford transits to have bodies fitted at Osborne Motor Bodies in Saffron Walden Essex. Mission completed" (Courtesy Michael Aldread)
1965 Reg Manchester Reg: EWJ 51C (Courtesy Michael Aldread)
1965 Reg Manchester Reg: EWJ 51C (Courtesy Michael Aldread)
1988 Manchester Depot expansion
1988 Manchester Depot expansion
1988 Manchester Depot expansion
1988 Manchester Depot expansion
Mill Hill, horsedrawn float. (Courtesy Richard Gaylard)
Mill Hill, horsedrawn float. (Courtesy Richard Gaylard)
1971 Tithe Farm veteran of 37 years John Macdonald enjoys a Majorcan holiday with his wife. (Express News Spring)
1971 Tithe Farm veteran of 37 years John Macdonald enjoys a Majorcan holiday with his wife. (Express News Spring)
1980 Charlie Norman's last milk round at Mill Hill Depot
1980 Charlie Norman's last milk round at Mill Hill Depot
1980 Gerry Turnbull from Mill Hill Depot is champion balloonist.  (Express News October)
1980 Gerry Turnbull from Mill Hill Depot is champion balloonist. (Express News October)
1980 Gerry Turnbull from Mill Hill Depot is champion balloonist. Lynne Mcdowall comments "I was Chief Clerk there from 1981 until it closed, happy days".  (Express News October)
1980 Gerry Turnbull from Mill Hill Depot is champion balloonist. Lynne Mcdowall comments "I was Chief Clerk there from 1981 until it closed, happy days". (Express News October)
1981 Mill Hill staff Tony Hawkes, John Bradshaw and Keith Johnson man a float at the Middlesex Schools Athletic Championship. (Express News December)
1981 Mill Hill staff Tony Hawkes, John Bradshaw and Keith Johnson man a float at the Middlesex Schools Athletic Championship. (Express News December)
2001 Burnt Oak/ St Albans/ Mill Hill retired milkman Tony Hawkes tells his story. (Courtesy Michael Aldread)
2001 Burnt Oak/ St Albans/ Mill Hill retired milkman Tony Hawkes tells his story. (Courtesy Michael Aldread)
1900's? Half price cream from Millwall Depot(Courtesy Richard Gaylard)
1900's? Half price cream from Millwall Depot(Courtesy Richard Gaylard)
1959 Christmas Hamper winners Gordon Oliver (Abingdon Road), Joe Hicks (Rickmansworth) and Eddie Bates (Mitcham). (Express News March)
1959 Christmas Hamper winners Gordon Oliver (Abingdon Road), Joe Hicks (Rickmansworth) and Eddie Bates (Mitcham). (Express News March)
Morden (Courtesy Paul Luke)
Morden (Courtesy Paul Luke)
Morden
Morden
19?? Express News 'Do you Remembe' feature-Morden residents say farewell to Jimmy, the last of the horse-drawn rounds
19?? Express News 'Do you Remembe' feature-Morden residents say farewell to Jimmy, the last of the horse-drawn rounds
1960's? On parade from Morden. (Courtesy Dave Fane)
1960's? On parade from Morden. (Courtesy Dave Fane)
Morden Float in London Road, Morden, near the Depot. (Courtesy Michael Aldread)
Morden Float in London Road, Morden, near the Depot. (Courtesy Michael Aldread)
1980 Morden milkman Brian Colbrook receives a compiment from a customer. (Express News April)
1980 Morden milkman Brian Colbrook receives a compiment from a customer. (Express News April)
1990 Customer Day activity at Morden Depot (Tops Customer Day Edition)
1990 Customer Day activity at Morden Depot (Tops Customer Day Edition)
1990 Morden Depot raise £4000 for the Royal Marsden Hospital, organised by Peter Nye  (1990 Winter Tops Magazine, Courtesy Beryl Purslove)
1990 Morden Depot raise £4000 for the Royal Marsden Hospital, organised by Peter Nye (1990 Winter Tops Magazine, Courtesy Beryl Purslove)
1990 Morden roundsman Michael Loveridge presented with Care Code Award (1990 Winter Tops Magazine, Courtesy Beryl Purslove)
1990 Morden roundsman Michael Loveridge presented with Care Code Award (1990 Winter Tops Magazine, Courtesy Beryl Purslove)
Morden  Reg: Q575 FLD (Courtesy Michael Aldread)
Morden Reg: Q575 FLD (Courtesy Michael Aldread)
Morden Depot (Courtesy Michael Aldread)
Morden Depot (Courtesy Michael Aldread)
Mottingham
Mottingham
Mottingham-Horse drawn cart (Courtesy Michael Aldread)
Mottingham-Horse drawn cart (Courtesy Michael Aldread)
1900's 'Drink Pure Fresh Cow's Milk from Mottingham Farm' (Courtesy Gerald Croxford)
1900's 'Drink Pure Fresh Cow's Milk from Mottingham Farm' (Courtesy Gerald Croxford)
1950's Express delivery in Purney's Road, Kidbrooke. (Photo Stephen Sopp, courtesy John Kennett and SEnine magazine)
1950's Express delivery in Purney's Road, Kidbrooke. (Photo Stephen Sopp, courtesy John Kennett and SEnine magazine)
1962 Retail Prizewinners at The Chinbrook public house, Mottingham.  Bert Wallace from Mottingham. Chris Austen comments "He was a phenomenal salesman; I cannot remember anyone else selling as many cakes - especially on a Sunday!!, Bert became a manager and he was a great friend and colleague. He played the spoons; on one occasion, at a management dinner, he accompanied Chas & Dave!!". Stephen John Wills adds "He also raised thousands for charity." (Express News Christmas)
1962 Retail Prizewinners at The Chinbrook public house, Mottingham. Bert Wallace from Mottingham. Chris Austen comments "He was a phenomenal salesman; I cannot remember anyone else selling as many cakes - especially on a Sunday!!, Bert became a manager and he was a great friend and colleague. He played the spoons; on one occasion, at a management dinner, he accompanied Chas & Dave!!". Stephen John Wills adds "He also raised thousands for charity." (Express News Christmas)
1962 George Honeysett from Mottingham.  Chris Austen remembers "When George was on holiday in 1960 - a one week break, I covered his round in Eltham!!" (Express News Christmas)
1962 George Honeysett from Mottingham. Chris Austen remembers "When George was on holiday in 1960 - a one week break, I covered his round in Eltham!!" (Express News Christmas)
1968 Eric Robarts praises Mottingham manager Gordon Pile and Chief Cashier Miss Eva Milton for foiling a raid. (Express News Spring)
1968 Eric Robarts praises Mottingham manager Gordon Pile and Chief Cashier Miss Eva Milton for foiling a raid. (Express News Spring)
1968 Feature promoting the importance of women in Express - Miss Eva Milton, Chief Cashier, Mottingham. (Express News Spring)
1968 Feature promoting the importance of women in Express - Miss Eva Milton, Chief Cashier, Mottingham. (Express News Spring)
1969 Mini winners at Bayswater, Mottingham and Boreham Wood retail depots
1969 Mini winners at Bayswater, Mottingham and Boreham Wood retail depots
1972 Brothers Lewis and Bob Hellier from Mottingham and Blackheath Depots at London Merit and Service Dinner.(Express News Summer)
1972 Brothers Lewis and Bob Hellier from Mottingham and Blackheath Depots at London Merit and Service Dinner.(Express News Summer)
1973 Mottingham milkman Sam Parkinson receives a toast after 50 years service. (Express News Spring)
1973 Mottingham milkman Sam Parkinson receives a toast after 50 years service. (Express News Spring)
1980 Mottingham Depot, that used to be next to 'The Porcupine'. (Courtesy Roger Wood, Flickr'
1980 Mottingham Depot, that used to be next to 'The Porcupine'. (Courtesy Roger Wood, Flickr'
1980 Mottingham Depot helps the Townswomen's Guild win the local carnival. (January Express News)
1980 Mottingham Depot helps the Townswomen's Guild win the local carnival. (January Express News)
1984 Fred and Stephen help their father Fred Hyde, who retires from Mottingham Depot
1984 Fred and Stephen help their father Fred Hyde, who retires from Mottingham Depot
2013 Eltham article by John Kennett-1 (Courtesy SENine magazine)
2013 Eltham article by John Kennett-1 (Courtesy SENine magazine)
2013 Eltham article by John Kennett-2 (Courtesy SENine magazine)
2013 Eltham article by John Kennett-2 (Courtesy SENine magazine)
2013 Eltham article by John Kennett-Mottingham Delivery in 1981 (Courtesy SENine magazine)
2013 Eltham article by John Kennett-Mottingham Delivery in 1981 (Courtesy SENine magazine)
Muswell Hill (Courtesy Paul Luke)
Muswell Hill (Courtesy Paul Luke)
1900's Muswell Hill Depot and Shop (Courtesy Paul Smith)
1900's Muswell Hill Depot and Shop (Courtesy Paul Smith)
1959 Best Kept Dairy winners were Muswell Hill (Mr J.I. Jones below), Swanley and Tithe Farm. (Express News March)
1959 Best Kept Dairy winners were Muswell Hill (Mr J.I. Jones below), Swanley and Tithe Farm. (Express News March)
Muswell Hill donkey cart, submitted by Arthur Larrington. (April Express News)
Muswell Hill donkey cart, submitted by Arthur Larrington. (April Express News)
1951 Muswell Hill Depot. "Express milkman Bill Boon with horse 'Nobby' outside the Muswell Hill dairy.
1951 Muswell Hill Depot. "Express milkman Bill Boon with horse 'Nobby' outside the Muswell Hill dairy.
1960's? On parade from Muswell Hill. (Courtesy Dave Fane)
1960's? On parade from Muswell Hill. (Courtesy Dave Fane)
Muswell Hill Reg@ BYY 555B. Dave Fane comments "Great picture, just as I remember the Wales & Edwards in the 1960s, no indicators, W&E badge on the front and side and plastic W&E fitting in the middle of the steering wheel." (Courtesy Michael Aldread)
Muswell Hill Reg@ BYY 555B. Dave Fane comments "Great picture, just as I remember the Wales & Edwards in the 1960s, no indicators, W&E badge on the front and side and plastic W&E fitting in the middle of the steering wheel." (Courtesy Michael Aldread)
1968 Joe Major, ex College Farm and Muswell Hill celebrates his Golden Wedding wih his wife. (Express News Summer)
1968 Joe Major, ex College Farm and Muswell Hill celebrates his Golden Wedding wih his wife. (Express News Summer)
1972 Bill Boon from Muswell Hill with Andrew Paterson at London Merit and Service Dinner.(Express News Summer)
1972 Bill Boon from Muswell Hill with Andrew Paterson at London Merit and Service Dinner.(Express News Summer)
1972 Ray Lines of Barnet, Derek de Rivaz and Charlie Blaxill from Muswell Hill at London Merit and Service Dinner.(Express News Summer)
1972 Ray Lines of Barnet, Derek de Rivaz and Charlie Blaxill from Muswell Hill at London Merit and Service Dinner.(Express News Summer)
1975 Muswell Hill milkman 'Taffy' Lewis retires after 44 years. (Express News Summer)
1975 Muswell Hill milkman 'Taffy' Lewis retires after 44 years. (Express News Summer)
Muswell Hill Depot. Steve Reynolds comments "It is now a Wetherspoons pub called the Mossy Well. My current round is in Muswell Hill, so I pass it most days of the week." (Courtesy Michael Aldread)
Muswell Hill Depot. Steve Reynolds comments "It is now a Wetherspoons pub called the Mossy Well. My current round is in Muswell Hill, so I pass it most days of the week." (Courtesy Michael Aldread)
1982 Muswell Hill Depot (Courtesy Michael Aldread)
1982 Muswell Hill Depot (Courtesy Michael Aldread)
2023 Michael Aldread provided more details of the Express sign at Muswell Hill
2023 Michael Aldread provided more details of the Express sign at Muswell Hill
2023 Muswell Hill Depot, now converted to Wetherspoons pub 'The Mossy Well' (Courtesy Steve Reynolds)
2023 Muswell Hill Depot, now converted to Wetherspoons pub 'The Mossy Well' (Courtesy Steve Reynolds)
2023 Muswell Hill Depot, now converted to Wetherspoons pub 'The Mossy Well' (Courtesy Steve Reynolds)
2023 Muswell Hill Depot, now converted to Wetherspoons pub 'The Mossy Well' (Courtesy Steve Reynolds)
Muswell Hill, at the Mossy Well pub (Courtesy Michael Aldread)
Muswell Hill, at the Mossy Well pub (Courtesy Michael Aldread)
Express Sign, Michael Aldread identified this as part of the old Muswell Hill retail depot. (Courtesy Paul Smith)
Express Sign, Michael Aldread identified this as part of the old Muswell Hill retail depot. (Courtesy Paul Smith)
2023 Muswell Hill Depot, now converted to Wetherspoons pub 'The Mossy Well' (Courtesy Steve Reynolds)
2023 Muswell Hill Depot, now converted to Wetherspoons pub 'The Mossy Well' (Courtesy Steve Reynolds)
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