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Railway Fields local nature reserve
Just off the busy Green Lanes road, behind magnificent iron gates, is one of Haringey’s most hidden and wonderful treasures.
Railway fields has toilets.
The Railway Fields volunteer group is called Friends of Railway Fields. They work to preserve and maintain the Fields.
To contact the group, see our list of Friends of Parks groups.
TCV (The Conservation Volunteers) organise volunteer days at the site. See upcoming activities on the TCV website.
The site is currently managed by TCV (The Conservation Volunteers).
To find out more about how the park is managed see our park management reports page.
Green Flag Award
First awarded the prestigious Green Flag Award in 2004, it has kept it ever since.
To ask for a copy of the Green Flag report see our parks report page.
The 2-acre site was used as a railway goods yard in the 1950s. Even today coal can be found onsite.
Haringey Council acquired the land in the early 1980s. In 1986 the site became a wildlife haven and environmental teaching centre for local schools.
In 1990 Railway Fields was officially declared a statutory local nature reserve.
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Opposite Harringay Green Lanes Station
Venue opening times
Check the opening times on The TCV website.
The entrance is accessible but there is a steep slope.