Another sunny day, so we took the opportunity to do the next section of this walk.
We returned to Camden Town station and headed towards the busy Camden Lock market – too many tourists!
Further on, we reached the Islington Tunnel, and had to divert over it. This was a much nicer diversion than with the earlier Maida Hill Tunnel, leading through a quiet housing estate and the busy (but not touristy) Chapel Market:
Victoria Park is enormous, and very well kept:
“Victoria Park covers 218 acres and was originally laid out by Sir James Pennethorne between 1842 and 1846; he had been a pupil of the architect, John Nash, and was himself Architect to the Commissioners of Woods and Forests. Victoria Park’s design was much inspired by Nash’s work at Regent’s Park.”
7.1 miles of Jubilee Greenway walking and 1 Geocache today.
For more information on the Jubilee Greenway, see https://tfl.gov.uk/modes/walking/jubilee-greenway