Coldharbour Lane to Loughborough Junction
A walk down Coldharbour Lane, 15th March 2007. Photos © urban75 editor
Dating back to medieval times, Coldharbour Lane runs from central Brixton into Camberwell (which would explain why some old maps call it Camberwell Lane!)
The remains of East Brixton railway station from Coldharbour Lane.
A pair of brightly painted houses near the junction with Barrington Road.
The huge tenement block running along the north side of Coldharbour Lane towards the junction with Shakespeare Road.
Close up detail.
Old shops converted into housing.
Coldharbour Lane joinery.
The former Green Man pub's conversion into 'Luxury 1 & 2 bedroom flats' is nearly complete. It's unlikely whether the pub will ever return.
See: Green Man feature
Entrance to Green Man pub.
Across the road you can see the old Warrior (The Junction) pub which has also been converted into luxury flats.
See: History of Loughborough Junction
Side of the pub showing gated entrances.
Loughborough House, an interesting looking house that looks like its best days are long behind it.
The understated entrance to the Celestial Church of Christ, 204a Coldharbour Lane.
Long closed pub on Coldharbour Lane by Loughborough Junction, The Crown.
The wedge-like end of the block at Belinda Road.
The glamourous sounding 'Millennium Exclusive' hair salon and Control Tower Caribbean takeaway can be seen in this view near Loughborough Junction..
This house on Coldharbour Lane has an unusual split doorway.
The house in the middle has been derelict/squatted for at least a decade.
Posters in the attic windows.
More about Coldharbour Lane:
Coldharbour Lane/Gresham Road history
Coldharbour Lane and Denmark Hill junction
Coldharbour Lane/Moorlands Estate
Coldharbour Lane/Shakespeare Rd
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