Plaque

The Gatehouse

Inscription

The original Gate House was erected here (circa 1386) at the entrance to the Bishop of London's Park.

Site: The Gatehouse (1 memorial)

N6, North Road, 1

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The Gatehouse

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Highgate's original Gate House

Erected at the entrance to the Bishop of London's Park.

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