The London/Essex border - King George V
The London/ Enfield/Essex boundary goes south on an eccentric course (presumably the course of the original river) down the reservoir and joins the boundary of Waltham Forest.
The London/Waltham Forest /Essex boundary Goes straight east-west across the reservoir with one blip and then turns north up the aqueduct.
The London/Waltham Forest./Essex boundary goes south down the side of woodland at Yardley Hill and turns east, south of the southern border of the wood.
Post to the west Ponders End
Post to the east Stewardstonebury
Post to the south Low Hall Chingford
Sites on the Essex side of the border
King George V Reservoir
King George’s Sailing Club. Founded 1970s. To provide dinghy sailing and windsurfing in the north and east of London.
Sites on the London, Waltham Forest, side of the border
Lea Valley Road
Unexploded bomb 30 yards from Lea Bridge and Lea House also at ‘gun site 1250 battery RA KG reservoir
Pitch and Putt