Camden Railway Heritage Trust Website
The area formerly occupied by Camden Goods Depot, together with associated sites in the close vicinity, is rich in industrial heritage. The arrival of first the Regent's Canal in 1816 and then the London & Birmingham Railway in 1837 at the Hampstead Road created an important transport interchange and led to Camden's rapid social and industrial development.
The website provides the historical background and presents the heritage features, both above and below ground, many of national and international significance. It introduces the Trust and its role in protecting this heritage and making it known to a wider public through creation of a heritage trail, publication of a trail guide, guided walks, talks and other events.
(If you follow the link to the Camden Railway Heritage Trust website (www.crht1837.org) it will open in a new window)