IMAGES TAKEN NEAR TO
Greenhill Way, HARROW, HA1 1GZ

Introduction

This page details the photographs taken nearby to Greenhill Way, HA1 1GZ by members of the Geograph project.

The Geograph project started in 2005 with the aim of publishing, organising and preserving representative images for every square kilometre of Great Britain, Ireland and the Isle of Man.

There are currently over 7.5m images from over14,400 individuals and you can help contribute to the project by visiting https://www.geograph.org.uk

Image Map


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Notes
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  • The higher the marker number, the further away the image location is from the centre of the postcode.

Image Listing (163 Images Found)

Images are licensed for reuse under creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0
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Department store, Harrow
There is an adjacent pedestrianised shopping area
Image: © David Hawgood Taken: 1 Jan 2006
0.02 miles
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The back of the shopping centre on Greenhill Way, Harrow
Image: © David Howard Taken: 21 Jan 2021
0.02 miles
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Buildings by Greenhill Way, Harrow
Image: © David Howard Taken: 13 Jan 2021
0.03 miles
4
Statue of Katie in Harrow
This statue of Katie was unveiled on Saturday 2nd May 1987 at the east end of St Ann's Road near Station Road to mark the opening pedestrian area in St Ann's Road which is behind the statue. It was named Katie after Kate, the oldest daughter of James Butler, the statue's creator, and shows her skipping after he had been inspired seeing Kate skipping in his garden at home.
Image: © David Hillas Taken: 2 Sep 2022
0.03 miles
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Inscription on the Statue of Katie (1)
This inscription is on the north side of the Statue of Katie which is located at the east end of St Ann's Road near Station Road. It has the following wording: KATIE by JAMES BUTLER R.A. Unveiled by The Mayor of Harrow Councillor Miss Christine Bednell and The Maire de Douai Monsieur Jacques Vernier on the 2nd May 1987 Incidentally, Douai is a city in northern France which Harrow is twinned with, hence the joint unveiling of this statue.
Image: © David Hillas Taken: 2 Sep 2022
0.03 miles
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Inscription on the Statue of Katie (2)
This inscription on the south side of the statue of Katie at the east end of St Ann's Road. It has the following wording: This plaque was unveiled on 1 April 2004 by Her Majesty The Queen accompanied by His Royal Highness the Duke of Edinburgh in celebration of Harrow's 50 years as a Borough
Image: © David Hillas Taken: 2 Sep 2022
0.03 miles
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Buildings by Greenhill Way, Harrow
Image: © David Howard Taken: 13 Jan 2021
0.04 miles
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Skipping Katie statue, Harrow
Made for the pedestrianisation of St Ann's Road in 1987 based on the maker's daughter, for reasons currently unknown this is soon to be removed. https://harrowonline.org/2016/10/19/the-story-behind-the-skipping-girl-and-other-public-art-in-harrow/
Image: © David Howard Taken: 2 Jul 2020
0.04 miles
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Skipping Katie
This bronze statue at the eastern end of St Ann's Road and has recently been reinstalled after refurbishment. It is by James Butler MBE and was originally unveiled in 1987 to celebrate the street's pedestrianisation. It depicts the sculptor's own daughter.
Image: © Stephen McKay Taken: 22 Oct 2011
0.04 miles
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St Ann's Road, Harrow
It was pedestrianised in 1987 and ironically virtually the only part of central Harrow which hasn't actually changed otherwise.
Image: © David Howard Taken: 2 Jul 2020
0.05 miles
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