World's End, Enfield
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"World's End" is a whimsical name for a dwelling or piece of land considered to be in a remote spot or situated on the boundary of a parish. This World's End lay on the boundary between the parishes of Enfield and Edmonton when it was established in 1777.
World's End Lane runs north-south along the western edge of Grange Park.
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