The Anonymous Widower

A Well-Designed Transport Interchange

Golders Green is not an area I go to often. Years ago, C and myself used to go there to buy shoes for the children, at a shop I think was called Brians. I wonder if it is still there!

But yesterday, I needed to go there to get some extra keys for my new Banham lock. It is not a difficult journey, as I just got a train up the Northern line from the Angel to Golders Green station.

There are numerous  buses to places all over North London from the station as this map shows.

It’s also a stop for a lot of National Express coaches.

We need more well-designed simple interchanges everywhere, so that train passengers can easily get to their ultimate destination.

From the station, it was just a short walk to Banham’s shop.

June 11, 2014 - Posted by | Transport | , , ,


  1. I have fond memories of Golders Green from childhood, when we used to stay with my aunt for a week each summer, and that was the nearest station to her house.

    Comment by nosnikrapzil | June 11, 2014 | Reply

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