There appear to be no routes numbered H4,5,6,7 or 8, so here we are jumping to H9 and 10.
But perhaps the most interesting name was the Estate Agents since Lingam is the personification of the male aspect of the deity, and is how Shiva is often represented, while Gold is a pretty standard English/Jewish surname. Our co-passengers similarly reflected the ethnicities of the area, and so did the various places of worship we passed.
Heading on south, past Rayners Mead open space, we came into Rayners Lane, the tube station’s design making it clear that we were on the Piccadilly Line and then passed the Zoroastrian Centre, once the Grosvenor Cinema.
We noted a women-only class for both Zumba and belly dancing, but were not tempted. It was here that our bus had a fairly long pause, and we guessed that we had got ahead of ourselves with our nippy rate of travel. Then, to maintain the religious buildings theme of this route, we came to the Welsh Church, one of several in London. We also looked up the hill to the private school at the top, before passing a house which had clearly suffered a serious fire. Our last religious building of the trip was a synagogue, before we were back into the middle of Harrow, noting that ‘those’ flats, or were they offices? are still not built, but that St Anne’s is due to be regenerated.