Patchetts Green Bridleways Trust
 PG: OBJECTS: PROMOTION: Elstree 62 Edgwarebury Lane
Map showing Elstree 62 Byway
Annotated map reproduced courtesy of Googlemaps.
This route runs along Edgwarebury Lane to the county boundary.

At the time of the BHS 2021 Access Survey (29 Sep 21), the path was unobstructed. There was a gatway at the county boundary (in the open position). The signage in Hertfordshire correctly showed 'restricted byway' status, but two signs in Middlesex showed 'public bridleway'. These may put off carriage drivers. The bridge over the M1 motorway appeared to be of public road standard (but without the usual traffic levels), and was suitable for equestrians.

Photograph of Edgewarebury Lane, Hendon
1. Entrance to Edgewarebury Farm
Photo: Michael Rackham, 29 Sep 2021
Photograph of Edgewarebury Lane, Hendon
2. Heading westwards in Hendon
Photo: Michael Rackham, 29 Sep 2021
Photograph of Edgewarebury Lane, Hendon
3. Heading northwestwards in Hendon
Photo: Michael Rackham, 29 Sep 2021
Photograph of Edgewarebury Lane
4. Gateway at County Boundary
Photo: Michael Rackham, 29 Sep 2021
Photograph of Edgewarebury Lane
5. Continuing NE in Hertfordshire
Photo: Michael Rackham, 29 Sep 2021
Photograph of Edgewarebury Lane sign
6. Sign at Elstree end of route
Photo: Michael Rackham, 29 Sep 2021

Legal History
Recorded as a road used as a public path (Hendon 31 and 32 RUPP) on the original (1953) definitive map for Middlesex.
Definitive Statement (4 Dec 2015)
Path: [Elstree] 62.  Status: RB  Definitive Map sheet: 91
Runs along Edgwarebury Lane, Elstree leading to "The Dower House". Proceeds south to the county boundary.

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