Follow the former track between Grimston Road and Camp Road.
The country house turned agricultural college tucked away from the road beyond Wynchlands.
How circumstances changed during times of conflict.
A secluded cottage next to the railway in Sandpit Lane.
The Reading & Hatfield Turnpike finally closed in 1881.
Fleetville's very own manor house – no longer visible.
The factory and retail space beyond Oaklands.
Where they are and the origins of their names.
Fifty locations where the countryside blends with the built environment.
Not quite a mile but plenty of retail opportunities.
The hamlet from which Camp grew.
From a turnpike toll to a thriving Fleetville pub.
The old and the new, each formerly having slightly different spellings.
A former mental hospital in Hill End Lane.
A former mental colony in Highfield Lane.
This is the cinema Fleetville almost had.
Residential road on the original Camp estate.
A walking and cycling route between Hatfield and Abbey Station.
Hatfield Road eastward of Ashley Road.
The gift of a field and what happened next.
For a century and a quarter St Albans people have enjoyed the colour and activity of this open space.
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