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Route Plan - Myddleton Road High Street

Myddleton Road, Bowes Park, London, N22 8NW

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Introduction

  • Myddleton Road was the winner of the 2016 Best London High Street.
  • Myddleton Road runs from the junction with Whittington Road and Bowes Park Railway Station to the junction with Palmerston Road.
  • There are no bus stops in the nearby streets.
  • The nearest railway station is Bowes Park.
  • The nearest tube station is Bounds Green.
  • There is no taxi rank nearby.

Parking

  • Blue Badge On-street Parking
  • There is Blue Badge parking bays in Myddleton Road, located near Hellenic Bakery.
  • Parking is free for Blue Badge holders displaying a valid Blue Badge.
  • Standard On-street Parking
  • There are standard on-street parking bays in Myddleton Road and Marlborough Road which are payable via phone or online.

Myddleton Road Overview

  • Myddleton Road in Bowes Park runs from Whittington Road opposite Ireland Place (Bowes Park Railway Station) to Palmerston Road.
  • On Myddleton Road from Whittington Road to Marlborough Road it is a one-way road with a path on both sides, and from Marlborough Road to Palmerston Road it is a two-way road with a path on both sides.
  • Myddleton Road is divided up into 2 sections in this guide;
  • 1. Whittington Road to Marlborough Road.
  • 2. Marlborough Road to Palmerston Road.
  • The lighting along Myddleton Road is mostly modern bright white lighting on black lamp posts.
  • There is tactile paving and dropped kerbs as you approach all junctions along the route.
  • There is a zebra crossing leading from Bowes Park Railway Station across Whittington Road and the junction with Myddleton Road.
  • The length of the route from one end to the other is 0.2miles (321metres) in total.

Junction - Bowes Park Railway Station, Whittington Road and Myddleton Road

  • There is a zebra crossing at the junction of Whittington Road and Myddleton Road.
  • This is on the left side of the road leading from Bowes Park Railway Station.
  • At the junction there is a dropped kerb with tactile paving on both sides of the road.
  • There is a crossing across Myddleton Road which has a dropped kerb and tactile paving on both sides of the road.
  • Whittington Road is a two-way street so be aware of the traffic from both directions and traffic exiting from Myddleton Road.
  • This junction represents the start and end of this guide.

Section 1 - Whittington Road to Marlborough Road

  • The length of this section is approximately 160m.
  • From the Whittington Road end the path will be on both sides of a one-way road in which the traffic flows towards you.
  • The surface of the pathways on both sides of the road is paving blocks and concrete with uneven sections throughout.
  • The pathways on both sides of the road have a slight slope downhill as you head towards Marlborough Road.
  • The pathways on both sides are over 150cm in width throughout.
  • The pathways narrow in some parts down to 100cm as you approach shop signs and bins on the pathways.
  • The pathways have several bins along the route which are close to the road.
  • There are three driveways, two are on the pathway on the right of the road as you pass Panikos Tailor and Hellenic Gourmet.
  • This is midway through the route.
  • The other driveway to cross is on the left side of the road just before Hellenic Bakery.
  • The driveways have dropped kerbs on both sides but no tactile paving.
  • The driveways can be seen in photographs 5, 6, 7 8, 11, 12, 13, 14, 18, 19 and 20.

Junction - Marlborough Road and Myddleton Road

  • There is a crossing at the junction of Marlborough Road and Myddleton Road on the left side of the road.
  • At the junction there is a dropped kerb with tactile paving on both sides.
  • There is a crossing on the right side of the road which has a dropped kerb and tactile paving on both sides.
  • There is a crossing across Myddleton Road near the junction with Marlborough Road which has a dropped kerb and tactile paving on both sides.
  • Marlborough Road is a two-way street, so there is traffic from both directions and traffic exiting from Myddleton Road.
  • This junction is the midway point of the route.

Section 2 - Marlborough Road to Palmerston Road

  • The length of this section is approximately 150m.
  • From the Marlborough Road end, the path will be on both sides of a two-way road in which the traffic flows both ways.
  • The surface of the pathways on both sides of the road is concrete tiles and concrete with uneven sections throughout.
  • The pathways on both sides of the road have a slight slope downhill as you head towards Palmerston Road.
  • The pathways on both sides are over 150cm in width throughout.
  • The pathways do narrow in some parts down to 100cm as you pass shops and some housing.
  • The pathways have several bins which are close to the road.

Junction - Myddleton Road and Palmerston Road

  • There is a crossing at the junction of Palmerston Road and Myddleton Road on the left side of the road.
  • At the junction there is a dropped kerb with tactile paving on both sides.
  • There is a crossing on the right side of the road which has a dropped kerb and tactile paving on both sides.
  • There is a crossing across Myddleton Road near the junction with Palmerston Road which has a dropped kerb.
  • Marlborough Road is a two-way street, so there is traffic from both directions and traffic exiting from Myddleton Road.
  • This junction is the end of the route.

Public Toilets

  • There are no public accessible or standard toilets available in Myddleton Road.
  • There are several restaurants with accessible and standard toilets throughout Myddleton Road.